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    How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    I'm friends with tonnes of slasher film fans from all around the world on Facebook, and I'm such a nerd on the subject myself.
    Any of you folks fans of the genre? For some reason gay guys seem to love 'em

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Love horror, hate slashers.

    Or rather, I enjoy the occasional slasher but only as a guilty pleasure. My true love where horror is concerned, is the psychological supernatural stuff like The Ring or Silent Hill
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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    I've been a horror geek since I was a kid.

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubber Rat View Post
    I've been a horror geek since I was a kid.
    Ah, me too, since I was 3...and I'm almost 20 now

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Can't beat Hammer Horror.

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    Always have been and always will be.

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    im not really into most of the modern day slasher films but i love horror films and all the horror movies from the early 90s and beyond.

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    love even the cheesy ones....its fun to check out hot up and coming actors trying to get into the biz

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    i gotta admit that i really love those horribly cheesy ones that they usually end up showing on the syfy channel. theyre so retarded they're fun.

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    I would say I'm more into suspenseful horror movies. Something like this -



    Or psychological thrillers with a bit of horror thrown in.... like this:


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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    With the masses here, I'm a sucker for a good cheesy eighties slasher

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Quote Originally Posted by yeahright1991 View Post
    i would say i'm more into suspenseful horror movies. Something like this -



    or psychological thrillers with a bit of horror thrown in.... Like this:




    lets keep this thread alive


    im am a fan

    has the house of 9 comeout yet?

    I cant seem to find it?

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    Love a good cheese filled Horror

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cowboy View Post
    Ah, me too, since I was 3...and I'm almost 20 now
    Nice to know there are others out there like me.

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Quote Originally Posted by unloadonme View Post
    Can't beat Hammer Horror.
    There's nothing better than watching a Hammer movie wrapped nice n warm in my apartment on a cold/grey/rainy day.

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    I'm hosting a movie night tomorrow with friends, beer and pizzas. The choices are:

    Demons
    Shark Night
    Hatchet
    Phenomena

    I'll let my guests vote.

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Hatchet? This movie?


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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    A long, long time ago, before they became a cliche of themselves, I liked slashers.

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    I feel like I was born and bred of Slashers. I love the horror genre in general, but yep, slasher are my pride and join. The good, the bad, the cheesy, and all in between.
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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Slashers are my all-time favorite genre. Ever since I first saw Scream when I was about 8. Which was 2 years after it came out. And Scream is still my favorite movie. But slashers have been lacking lately with nothing innovative. Maybe one day we will get one that is not so cliche of typical slashers and something more innovative since the slasher genre is slowly disappearing.

    And to the above poster, I vote Hatchet. It's a pretty good movie.

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    i watched exam with my friends and it was so awesome, we didnt expect it to be that good, it sucks that there hasnt been any good horror movies out lately, you can kind of consider cabin in the woods, but it did tend to go on the more campier side, which isnt everyones favorite.

    recently i bought the movie mothers day with rebecca de mournay, i have to say it was definitely one of the better movies ive seen, she killed it.

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    also i really liked hatchet as well, how was the second one? i saw they made a sequel

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    I've been a horror fan since i was little. Card carrying member of the monster squad. Most American horror films started to suck after Eli Roth poisened the well. I loved the Feast series, and Piranah 3DD, but the best slashers are coming out of France (Inside, High Tension, Martyrs, Frontier(s)...), but I'm a huge fan of the Argento classics, the cheesy 80's slashers, basically any film that relies more on practical FX than CGI is something that will pique my interest. By the way... Hatchet 3 is coming out soon. A friend of mine just wrapped. I'm sure you'll notice her from other horror films (Feast trilogy, The Signal, The Collector)

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Quote Originally Posted by Wcw10891 View Post
    i watched exam with my friends and it was so awesome, we didnt expect it to be that good, it sucks that there hasnt been any good horror movies out lately, you can kind of consider cabin in the woods, but it did tend to go on the more campier side, which isnt everyones favorite.

    recently i bought the movie mothers day with rebecca de mournay, i have to say it was definitely one of the better movies ive seen, she killed it.

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    also i really liked hatchet as well, how was the second one? i saw they made a sequel

    Darren Lynn Bousman's Mother's Day was incredible. Rebecca Demorney was just so terrifying. Most remakes tend to suck but sometimes you'll get a brilliant re-telling.

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Quote Originally Posted by dadesnine View Post
    but the best slashers are coming out of France (Inside, High Tension, Martyrs, Frontier(s)...)
    I thought High Tension was a heckuva movie, just great. I love it when a director pulls off an ambitious film like Irreversible. But, sometimes I think the French are guilty more than others of pretense. (Trouble Every Day.)

    So I'm curious about the three movies I bolded, but fear intellectual poppycock. I went ahead and added Inside to my queue.

    Anybody have any more thoughts on Martyrs or Frontiere(s)? Affected? Successful? Just shocking?

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    Hey y'all,
    I love horror films. I'm running out of ones to see though
    I don't like horror-comedies much though

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Halloween is still a movie that stands the test of time for me.

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    does anyone know where i can find exam and house of 9 to watch ?

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    I thought High Tension was a heckuva movie, just great. I love it when a director pulls off an ambitious film like Irreversible. But, sometimes I think the French are guilty more than others of pretense. (Trouble Every Day.)

    So I'm curious about the three movies I bolded, but fear intellectual poppycock. I went ahead and added Inside to my queue.

    Anybody have any more thoughts on Martyrs or Frontiere(s)? Affected? Successful? Just shocking?
    Martyrs is an amazing film. Everything from the performances, to the twists and turns in plot that eventually reveal the horrifying nature of what's going to happen and the special FX are gruesome. Frontiere(s) starts off with tension and the protaganists' are introduced as they try to survive a riot between the police and the arabs. There is a terrific shot in that movie I won't give anything away but it's a medium shot on two people in a hospital, and without the use of a steadycam or a dolly the shot quickly moves us outsides through a car window and onto a wide shot revealing the outside of the hospital the car, and how far away the two actors in this medium shot really were from the camera. Of course it follows the same formula of finding yourself at the hands of lunatics. The leading actress put herself through a lot (although the *actress and writer of "The Bunny Game" pretty much has every actor beat when it comes to going through extreme duress for their film) Frontier(s) and Martyrs are definitely worth watching. I don't know if you've seen "A Serbian Film", it's garnered a great deal of controversy. I didn't buy the story but it had a unique style worth checking out. The best American horror film I've seem recently was Lucky McGee's "The Woman". It's a cruel and terrifying story. I never saw the ending coming... I was so happy to be truly shocked with an actual plot twist and not a graphic skullfucking (see "A Serbian Film").
    *The actress in "The Bunny Game" also wrote the story (as she had no choice but to improvise with her co star, got together with a director, hired a non actor (actually a real gross looking trucker) and allowed this man to torture her, perform acts of unsimulated sex and just let this mad man torture her mentally and physically in the back of a truck, even going as far as enduring the pain of being branded). Knowing the small crew and this poor actress were in the presence of a sadist who genuinely abused and ostensibly raped his co-star (even though in an interview she said she had a feeling he would violate her, but didn't ask the crew to interfere and rescue her from sexual assault and and all abuse this man visited upon her (he was a genuine sadist, watching the behind the scenes featurette makes it even scarier because we see this man actually threaten the director, and refused any direction at all (besides the branding scene, and "the game" sequence,. I was actually frightened for the crew. The actress said she wrote the part to relive and destroy some past trauma in her life, but I can't see how anyone could go on living a normal life after seeing what she experienced. It's worth seeing for her commitment to writing a story, and crafting a character and becoming that person for the whole shoot...)

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    Thanks for the reply, dadesnine. The Bunny Game looks like the kind of movie I'm not interested in. (I don't mind extraordinary violence, but I don't seek it out for its own sake.)

    The jury's still out on the others, too.

    But The Woman has been added to my queue. The NYT has a writeup here.

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    As I get older I find less and less attraction in slasher films.

    Horror, genuinely scary films are rare but I do love them.

    Recommended:

    Ugetsu (apparently the entire film is on youtube)



    The Innocents (probably my favourite horror film)



    Psycho (the first truly scary film I saw)



    Seance on a Wet Afternoon (Kim Stanley is just remarkable in this film)

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    Luv horrors
    Halloween the remake
    I spit on your grave the remake
    Eden lake

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    Friday the 13th never did it for me..did like Psycho though.

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    Horror is my passion in life. But I will admit like many here there are large chunks missing from my education. (I'm going to highlight all the must-see films below in red.)

    I've only seen 1 silent, 2 Hammer films, maybe a couple Amicus's, and except for most of the main Universal 30's films (and even then I need to re-watch Frankenstein and I've never seen Creature from the Black Lagoon) but the trouble is is they made so many sequels and smaller spin-off films with Karloff and Lugosi (etc). Thanks to MGM though, I've seen almost all of Roger Corman's AIP (American International Pictures) films but until Polanski started his NYC trilogy with Repulsion, I've only seen the odd cult film (Carnival of Souls, Spider Baby, half of Dementia 13) and all the Bette Davis movies she did when she was a horror hag in the 60's (The Nanny, Dead Ringer, Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte, and of course the movie that started it all What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?). Oh, and I've seen a few William Castle movies. All of which I highly recommend (House on Haunted Hill, 13 Ghosts, Strait-Jacket, The Tingler).

    Since I got Netflix, I started working my way through Mario Bava and until Hatchet for the Honeymoon, I didn't like any of his earlier films (Black Sunday, The Girl Who Knew Too Much, Black Sabbath, Kill Baby Kill). At all. I still need to see Blood and Black Lace and Whip and the Body but I'm not expecting either to change my mind. If I can call Corman gothic (Masque of the Red Death, Tales of Terror, The Raven, House of Usher, Pit and the Pendulum, Tower of London), I seriously prefer him over Bava. Until we get to Hatchet for the Honeymoon. Between then and Lisa and the Devil, all his films have clicked with me (5 Dolls for an August Moon, Baron Blood, and Twitch of the Death Nerve / Bay of Blood).

    Once we get to the 70's, that's where I decided I needed to see every single highly acclaimed horror film ever made. Though I'm still missing a few: The Wicker Man, Possession (1981), Lair of the White Worm, Magic (1978), Two Evil Eyes, The Town That Dreaded Sundown, almost every Asian horror film between Kwaidan and Bio Zombie (A Chinese Ghost Story, The Bride with White Hair, The Untold Story, Evil Dead Trap, Ringu, Junk), all of Guillermo Del Toro's films, and for some reason I've made it a mission to see Lucio Fulci's The Psychic. Don't know why. I won't even think of bothering with anything he did after Manhattan Baby (which is awful but I have a bit of a soft spot for). And I've had Bloody Birthday kicking around in my Instant queue for almost a year and I want to kick myself for not having watched yet.

    Anyway, my Top 13 Horror Films (all are must-sees in my opinion- none are remakes which I hate with a passion except for The Fly, Cat People, and I have no beef with Carpenter's The Thing or that new Maniac movie... or April Fools Day, Night of the Demons, or Sorority Row but I never saw those remakes):

    13. Killer Klowns from Outer Space
    12. Creepshow
    11. Deep Red (1975)
    10. Dawn of the Dead
    9. The Last House on the Left
    8. Dead Alive / Braindead
    7. Halloween
    6. The Evil Dead
    5. Suspiria
    4. Deathdream
    3. Carrie
    2. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    1. Rosemary's Baby

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    Re: How many of you are horror/slasher film fans??

    I love me some psychological horror/thrillers.

    Some of my faves:

    "Tras el cristal" (In a Glass Cage)....this one is very mentally fucked up/messed up, but it's one of my favorites
    Halloween
    Evil Dead
    Haute Tension (High Tension)
    Cello
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