Entertainment Horror movies for October - rate, discuss, etc

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  1. Airwolf

    Airwolf Well-Known Member

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    Going to try to watch at least one horror movie every day this month. First up:

    Blood Sucking Freaks


    Goofy flick, nothing even remotely scary here, just pure sleaze, nudity and gore. I rank it up there with the likes of Basket Case and HG Lewis' best, definitely in the same vein.

    Even if you're not into horror flicks, I recommend watching this one. Totally entertaining from start to finish.

    9/10
     
  2. kinneyjames

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    That's mah faaavorite.
     
  3. Ingens

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    Big fan of Halloween, Halloween 2 and the Scream movies.

    Looking forward to AMC's Fear Fest.
     
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    Best horror film of all time is The Thing. 10/10

     
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    Going to watch this tonight. I've seen pretty much every 80's horror flick but never got to this one.

     
  6. ljc

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    These are must watch
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    One of my favorites. Being buried in sand on the beach would be brutal just waiting for the tide to drown you.
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  8. ljc

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    I am not a big fan of anything after the 80's but this is great
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    That's a good idea. I have a ton of Horror movies, including this piece of shit.

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    But I think instead I'll watch The Howling.

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  10. hidden dragon

    hidden dragon i came. i saw. i derailed. Staff Member

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    There are a few horror films I've seen lately that I enjoyed.

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    Bryce dope show Gold

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    I just got a special edition blu ray of this and watched all the extra content. I'll probably watch the movie tonight. One of the top werewolf flicks of all time.

    Going to order this this week as well:

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    Did you know that Eddie Quist was also this guy?

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    Butt Trumpet Rimming aint easy.

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    Bone Tomahawk. Slow burn with a good payoff.
    Horror movies set in the Wild West rule.
     
  14. Hugh Blowmont

    Hugh Blowmont Just be funny

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    I like the one where the guy is fucking the hot girl, she hears a noise, he tells her to ignore it, then they both get chopped to pieces....
     
  15. Airwolf

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    Yeah, I can't stand anything new for the most part. The only good new horror movie that I've seen is May, and that's like a decade old. I'm sorta out of it and stick to movies from the 80's or older. I don't know what happened to horror but nobody can make a good one these days.
     
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    It Follows

    Has a very 80's John Carpenter vibe right down to the awesome soundtrack.
     
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    Best horror film of all time is clearly the orginal Exorcist.

    Parts of it may be dated but in terms of quality and influence it is to horror movies what the godfather or Goodfellas is to the gangster genre.
     
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  20. hidden dragon

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    I love that movie.
     
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