Oh, the Horror!

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Comment by Andrew Hall on May 11, 2010 at 8:10pm
Here is a film I did for the 48 Hour Film Project. Our genre was Romance but as you we all know relationships can bring out the worst in people...
Comment by Wrath James White on April 14, 2010 at 7:08pm
If you guys like Horror with an atheistic slant you should check out The Resurrectionist by Wrath James White (me) and The Book of A Thousand Sins. One is a novel and the other a short story collection. They are both pretty extreme and both tackle religion head on.
Comment by Steve B on April 14, 2010 at 3:46pm
I know its not exactly a "horror" movie (but close enough), but I recommend "punishment park." its an early 70s psuedo-documentary where pacificists and draft dodgers get a choice between prison time and playing a game of capture the flag while cops are shooting at them.
Comment by Emma on April 14, 2009 at 10:38am
I don't watch enough myself. I am usually too busy gaming. But I think I am going to be changing this soon. I don't get out of the house enough and I think I should. I have a Netflix membership now and I think I am gonna be going on a movie marathon for myself!

Horror movies don't scare me but the ones that are based on true stories, or ones that say "this COULD happen" those...send a chill up my spine. Slasher flicks are more for the instant shock value.
Comment by Emma on April 14, 2009 at 10:30am
I have always felt the music in a movie makes or breaks it. I can't explain how it made me feel to see that scene I mentioned...It was very deep. You should see again. Too bad your not in Nashville I would love to have Horror Movie buddy!

I agree....he should of spared him.
Comment by Emma on April 14, 2009 at 10:15am
The music they picked for the scene where he finally goes off on his family Nazareth, Love Hurts was really made you feel his pain and almost side with him. I have not purchased this movie yet, but it is on my list for sure!

Joseph, I never heard of that movie, but I am going to look it up on Netflix and order it. Thanks for the tip! I am always on the look out for a good horror movie! (I just hate watching them alone =P)
Comment by Emma on April 14, 2009 at 9:50am
Hi Dallas, Yeah Halloween scared me more than the Friday series. I recently seen the new Halloween by Rob Zombie and I LOVED it! I had always wondered what made Michael Myers a killer. That movie explained it. Michael is for sure the scarier guy....he is more "realistic" than Jason.
Comment by Emma on April 14, 2009 at 9:06am
Oh I am gonna love this group. I myself am a HUGE Friday the 13th fan! my hero!
When my daughter, who is now 16, was around 8 or 9 years old, we had a Friday marathon at home. Took us 1 full week to watch all the movies. We had tons of fun and now she is still a huge horror film fan like her mom =)
Comment by Paul on March 9, 2009 at 5:12pm
I remember watching The Secret Window and knowing exactlly how it was going to pan out, mainly because the plot was almost identical to that of The Dark Half.
Comment by Paul on March 9, 2009 at 4:36pm
I used to read loads of Stephen King when I was younger and some of his earlier books would probably still pack a punch even today. That said, I did drift away from him about fifteen years ago because his novels started to feel a little too baggy.

As for Creepshow, I really enjoyed it when it came out and would probably have fun with it if I saw it again. I shall have to add it to my DVD rental queue to find out ;o)

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