ITT: Your opinion on the scariest horror movie with ghosts or paranormal stuff.
Supernatural stuff or whatever you wanna call it.
I didn't really like the Haunting in Connecticut, but now I'm over it.
Banshee Chapter fucked my shit while I was baked, no idea why.
Event Horizon doesn't scare me so much, but when I first saw it (it had just come out on VHS) there was a line where Weir was saying that he was this ancient, evil thing and that there was no God or Devil, just him. Pretty brick-shitting concept for a seven year old and I'm disappointed it isn't in any other version of the movie I've watched since.
not sure if I can fap to these
v/h/s 1 & 2 were not really scaring but just really intense
i still don't understand it, but the ring and ring 2 were the scariest movies i ever saw. there is rarely any superdeformed monsters or blood in them movies but they managed to keep me from sleeping for a very long time
is kind of cute, but could really use to see some tits
no true it had some real creepy elements but to call it frightening is just a poor choice of words
and the show was really boring i just wanted all the characters to die (spoilers)
Yeeey a horror movie thread, I've been watching some horror movies the past week but none have scared me so far.
I've seen: Grave Encounters, Woman in Black, The Others, The Conjouring and a couple more I can't recall.
I wanna get freaked out but not by jumpscares.
I was about ten when I saw it with a friend who stayed for the night, after the movie I had to go to a simulair attic to get his matress.
I've never been so scared before and after that.
yes, she's basically why that movie is worth seeing
Has anyone seen August Underground?
I've seen the first one and stopped half way through the second one as it was literally disgusting. As in a couple force a man in a box o cut his dick off to save his gf (they both die anyway)
really i loved the first silent hill the whole franchise is just such a good concept but they have been executed so poorly in the films but i still really enjoy it
jacobs ladder was good i liked it had some really good horror elements
this one is really good, whole movie here:
fuck man my friend showed me the trailer for that i just straight up noped. not because i was scared but because that is just for sick sadist to watch same goes to human centipede i would never watch that shit
It was ok i guess.
Pretty cool. Loved the ending.
Good. I love the POV stuff.
Loved them Not that scary. But the ideas and so on was just great.
skinwalker ranch (awesome)
Haven't seen it.
the thing (2012)
Haven't seen it
Haven't seen it.
jeepers creepers 1&2
1 was good. 2 was shit.
i don't know if this counts as 'supernatural,' but Martyrs is scary as fuck
one of the main characters is constantly tortured by the manifestation of the horrors she was put through as a child
Marebito an Tale of Two Sisters were pretty nice. Maybe not horrifying but at least interesting.
The Conjuring was surprisingly good for a horror movie. It actually got me scared while watching it, which is rare other than a few jump scares.
Mama was also pretty good, but it had really good graphics from what I remember.
The only thing in V/H/S to actually scare me was the last skit, with the haunted house and the ritual. The arms coming out of the walls is a horror idea that I'd always thought would be horrifying, and it was.
I know it's kinda weak sauce compared to the new-styled paranormal films but Poltergeist is actually pretty fucked-up, and it's suuuuuuch a better movie than just typical horror joints. In fact it's actually quite a beautiful film and the effects are fucking spectacular for it's day, and because it's all practical it still holds-up well.
So, not so much a twist-your-mind-to-scare-you kinda movie, but a real, good movie that also happens to deal with the paranormal and evil.
>Stephen Speilberg production quality with Tobe Hooper personality and Jerry Goldsmith music 9/10
Yeah, Insidious was a lot better then The Conjuring but sinister beats them both, scariest movie i have ever seen. Any1 here who thought sinister was scary but know something even scarier?
And honorable mention is Poltergeist II
More of a classic horror exploit, as is common amongst sequels.
I liked the 3rd one as a kid but it's got no real class.
The original The Thing? Being the black and white one or the first (1982) John Carpenter remake? I assume you mean the JC version, and yep, it is *fucking* amazing. It's one of the most successful movies ever made, in terms accomplishing what they set-out to. Love that one.
went and saw deliver us from evil about a week ago. it's okay, but then about halfway into the movie it gets beyond stupid.can anyone tell me what event horizon is about?? it seems to be well recommended.
Worst thing about that movie is how genius they tried to make the guy out to be, especially the scene where the cop is telling you how he managed to evade the cops and shit. Fucking lame.
Ah shit... That movie came out when I was younger and it freaked me out a good bit as well. Not horror, but life concept destroying for a child.
Some more I thought of, might not necessarily be horror, but definitely creepy as balls a lot of the time.
The Perfect Host
Honourable mention, Bellflower. Not a horror movie, but changes into a mega tense film about half way through. Watch for relationship feels.