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maverick180 12:48 Wed Nov 1
Horror Films
As it’s Halloween
Anyone got any decent recommendations
I’ve seen all the obvious ones

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maverick180 8:45 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
Deanjcrawford

Frailty is the best film that pretty much no one has seen
Most original film of all time

zebthecat 6:58 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
Talking of zombie films Train to Busan is excellent.

Recently watched The Mist. If you like Lovecraftian monsters this is a goodie.

bruuuno 6:39 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
Cheers for that link miike

deanjcrawford 6:13 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
There’s a lot of decent Horror films out there, but off the top of my head, ones that actually good and aren’t obvious, try:

When Evil Lurks - Argentine horror film. Best I’ve seen this year.

Talk to Me - Aussie, Teen, Spirits…well reviewed, did fairly well at the box office.

Malum - A cop works a last shift at the a police station that is shutting down. Cult. Ghosts. Really freaky.

Gojinam - Korean haunted asylum film. Jump scares a plenty.

Caveat - Memory loss, psychological horror.

Speaking of Psychological Horror, Frailty, by Bill Paxton is one I always recommend. Low budget, but good story.

Perpetrator - good one from this year. Especially if you like David Lynch.

One Cut of the Dead - Japanese zombie movie. It’s amazing! If you don’t k ow anything about it, try and keep it that way and give it a go.

zico 5:55 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
Not an unknown one and I can't remember what channel it was on but last night but I stumbled across the Salem's Lot two part mini-series (David Soul one) and it still holds up well and is still pretty creepy and far better than the DVD version where they cut it to pieces. Mind you they did cut a few scenes which was a tad odd.

Eerie Descent 3:58 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
Weekend At Bernie's

zebthecat 10:35 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
Saint Maud is superb.

PostmanPissed 10:12 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
Nagel 9:19 Wed Nov 1

Watched Barbarian last night and thought it was pretty decent.

Creep (2004) is a decent watch as well.

cholo 9:50 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
On iplayer I watched The Changeling with George C Scott a while back. A classic, well written and brilliantly acted haunted house story, with no need for stupid jump scares, or pretending a hoax was an actual event or some sort of preachy morality tale. Modern horrors could learn a lot from the old'ns.

Nagel 9:19 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
Trying to think of less obvious ones: some recent decent ones are Barbarian, Don't Breathe, Ready or Not, Bone Tomahawk.

Of older films agree with the ones already mentioned; Triangle and The Thing, plus several Dario Argento films, especially Suspiria, Tenebre, Deep Red and The Bird with the Crystal Plumage and Giallo films in general.

Manuel 7:11 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
Will have a look at It Follows.

I liked Hide and Seek with De Niro, some time ago.

Mad Dog 1:48 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
Just watxh "the thing" again and thank me later.

Failing that I've heard evil dead rises is pretty good

Tucker and dale vs evil is on itvx. Little known horror comedy where 2 innocent hillbillies are at their cabin and because of events the college kids think they're serial killers. Some hilarious deaths In that.

Takashi Miike 1:27 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
Bruuuno, I think you'll love this channel. 45 films on there


https://m.youtube.com/@thegiallogist

Hammer I am 1:22 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
It Follows best one I've seen in recent years

bruuuno 1:18 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
I like Dario argento films, Suspiria my fav

Takashi Miike 1:09 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
maverick, this is one of my favourites. again, full film via the link - just turn on the subtitles which are english, even though it says korean


A Tale Of Two Sisters (2003)

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ut3KGMR-5h4&pp=ygUVYSB0YWxlIG9mIHR3byBzaXN0ZXJz

Takashi Miike 12:56 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
best recent/newish one was Hereditary

Takashi Miike 12:54 Wed Nov 1
Re: Horror Films
this was different, Triangle (2009). full film on this link......



https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=O4likDg4cwk&list=LL&index=110&t=1547s&pp=gAQBiAQB





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