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gorre220

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on: 12:36:23 AM 01/25/16
Mine is The Exorcist. There hasn't been a film that has made me actually scared. The effects and the subtlety of the scares at times are spot on and I couldn't imagine someone doing a reboot or anything of it. Along with hearing the things that happened on set with the various accidents is also quite chilling.
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on: 03:31:33 AM 01/25/16
I'm also a huge fan of The Exorcist. One of my all time favorite movies.
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on: 08:22:03 AM 01/25/16
Favourite horror films not necessarily in any particular order:

The Evil Dead (the original not the crappy remake)
Carrie
Scanners
Demons (the one set in the movie theatre)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 1 and 3 (all the others were terrible)
Dawn of the Dead (I actually liked the remake better)
The Return of the Living Dead
The Thing (the original)
Street Trash
From Beyond the Grave


There's more but that's all I can think of right now.
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on: 12:21:57 AM 01/27/16
Demons (the one set in the movie theatre)

That's a great one.

I've got a couple of Giallo films that I could recommend.

Bay of Blood
Suspiria
Zombie- what more can I say. Zombie vs. Shark. enough said.
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on: 09:21:59 PM 02/15/16
Its probably pretty clear by my icon but Texas Chainsaw (1974) is definitely my favorite
 



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on: 06:39:31 PM 03/22/16
Cannibal holocaust, trick r treat, and the witch. I can't pick a favorite.



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on: 08:24:26 PM 03/23/16
Does 'Hannah Montana: The Movie' count as horror?





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on: 02:24:27 PM 03/27/16
Return of the Living Dead, RHPS, Night of the Comet, etc. Perhaps you will notice a general theme of shlock. XD



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on: 12:04:49 AM 03/28/16
Repulsion, the thing, the fly, scanners, videodrome, bad taste, dead alive, street trash, basket case. Mostly Frank Hennonlotter, John Carpenter, David Cronenberg's body horror stuff. Big fan of Tom Savini too.

For non horror, I really enjoy pretty much all the cannon and Scorsese films from the 70's and 80's, the star wars trilogy, Robocop, any old James Cameron movies, raiders of the lost ark, and anything with Charles Bronson or Kurt Russell in it lol.



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on: 09:30:39 PM 03/30/16
Return of the Living Dead, RHPS, Night of the Comet, etc. Perhaps you will notice a general theme of shlock. XD

Nothing wrong with a little shlock. I will thoroughly admit I actually enjoyed all the saw films and paranormal activity films....that's right...I said it....laugh it up......

Have you checked out Zombi? It's the Italian version of Dawn of the Dead. It's a little more serious than the list you have above, but it does have some redeeming qualities.
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