ITT: Patrician horror kino
The last half-hour of Hellraiser is some of the most intense shit I've ever felt while watching a horror film. The second one isn't bad either but that's mostly because of the nightmarish landscapes.
>inb4 It's just a violent western
That's like saying Alien is just a violent sci-fi movie.
different anon, but I would say poorly. It doesn't have the grimy, assertive quality of the original. Found it boring. The violence is pretty gruesome if that's what you're looking for though.
I watched that for the first time when I was 21 and I couldn't sleep until like 4 in the morning because of how disturbing it was.
Normally horror has no effect on me but that shit is straight up fucked.
Is this film really that good? I read a plot description and it sounds like it has everything I really like in a movie, I was just worried it was going to be really disappointing so I've put off watching it.
>Viewers have found it difficult to properly classify it as drama, horror, or suspense, though elements of all three are present in the movie.
It's unnerving enough for me to think of it as horror.
Better than the original
The most kino horror of all time
Be honest, like 90% of the film is them wandering through the wilderness and occasionally shooting.
Action was the wrong word, it's more like a typical slow paced western with occasional fits of violence sprinkled in.
>he hasn't seen The Devils
This could have been goat.
RIP Angus Scrimm. He was great.
Tfw Steven Spielberg made 2 of the greatest horror films of all time
This movie is fantastic and has one of the most frightening scenes in film history in it. I think the only reason people don't rate it higher is because it's a sequel and came after the atrocious second film so they don't even give it a chance. The same thing goes for Halloween III because it doesn't have Michael in it, people hated it without even watching it as a standalone film, which is exactly what it's supposed to be.
can't be topped, desu
Ah cool, I was pretty close. Gonna add "Fluent in Spanish" to the resume.
not much more creepy than the call of Indrid Cold
not quite horror, but it's awesome.
Fuck yes! I thought I was the only person who remembered that movie. I watched it when I was a kid on Showtime or Cinemax late at night and it stuck with me all the years after but I couldn't remember what it was called until I finally figured out what it was about a year ago. There was an HD rip of it on youtube, I don't know if it's still on there or not, but it's on Cinemageddon too. I suggest everyone watch it, it's probably the best Lovecraft adaptation.
I'd still fuck her. She's a stone cold GILF.
recently watched, The Strange Colour of your Body's Tears, what does /tv/ think of it?
It got recommended here not so long ago, but overall it was creppy visuals and nothing more.
How sins of passion tear families apart and how evil forces are prevelant in suburban settings. I also love how the art style and special effects help create an atmosphere like the film is a nightmare or fever dream of pain and pleasure
>not vagina neck-kun
>Joe Spinell died in his apartment located off of Greenpoint Avenue in Sunnyside, Queens, New York on January 13, 1989 at the age of 52. Sometime during that morning, he cut himself badly on his glass shower stall door after apparently slipping in his bathtub while showering and soon afterward fell asleep on his couch instead of calling for help, his hemophilia causing him to bleed to death. His body was found by his friend Sal Sirchia. Sirchia had phoned Spinell that morning and was told of the injury and his refusal of treatment. Sirchia became concerned when he tried calling Spinell from his workplace at around noon and there was no answer. In the late afternoon, Sirchia left work at the end of his shift and drove to Spinell's apartment. After no one answered the front door, Sirchia called the building superintendent, who entered Spinell's apartment, where they both found Spinell dead on his living room couch. Wearing only a bathrobe, Spinell bled to death over part of the couch from an apparent deep cut on the back of his head.
The best horror movie hasn't even been produced yet bitches
>makes the least sense
Did we watch the same series?
OK so it wasn't the greatest but it was enjoyable. I have a special place for this movie from watching it when I was young.
>I got good news and bad news, girls. The good news is your dates are here.
>What's the bad news?
I don't think Hellbound is the better movie but I understand why some people like it more than the original. It does a really excellent job of world building, Leviathan is creepy and intriguing as hell at the same time. It manages to build on the mythology of the first film without ruining it.
It's too bad that Clive Barker only worked on the first 2 films, it would have been interesting to see what direction he took the series moving forward.
I don't know if it's patrician and it's certainly not "kino", but I fucking adore The Descent.
He just wanted to warn you about Silver Shamrock bro.
This was actually the first "Exorcist" film I ever saw. Watched it at a friend's house about a decade ago on Halloween because it was his dad's favorite horror movie.
GOAT jumpscare right there, seriously one of the best in any movie I've ever seen, and Brad Dourif is superb as always. Thank you Ben, I am forever in your debt for introducing me to this film.
I'd suggest giving Shock Treatment a wide berth.
The nurse is a total qt though. Maybe it's worth it just for her.
Was better than I thought it would be at the start. My biggest beef with the film was that the "Haunted house" setup at the school gym was unbelievably good. It wasn't something that a shitty rural school put together with no budget. It was the art director getting excited and overdoing it.
It's one of the few times in a film when a jumpscare is used well and extremely effectively. That tension the scene builds before coming to it's peak is just amazing. I really wish Blatty would have directed more films, because the two he directed are fantastic.
That's awesome, I'll have to check that out. I was going to download that when it came out because it looked pretty good in the preview but I must have forgot about it.
Bill Moseley is a brilliant and severely underrated actor. He should have been nominated for an Oscar for how great he was in The Devil's Rejects.
>tfw they remake the movie and he is now MP3 man and has a bunch of ipods sticking out of his head and Beats By Dre headphones wrapped around his face
That is what kids listen to nowadays isn't it? iDoodads and Beats headphones?
>makes the least sense
How can you not understand the story?
>guy opens magic fetish box
>cenobites come to take him away and fuck his shit up
>guy manages to escape from them, murders his brother and teams up with his gf to get his body back together
>the niece realizes their ruse and takes the box, accidentally summons the cenobites and strikes a deal to give her uncle back to them
>yfw in a comics universe somewhere, Kirsty, who had managed to cheat and beat the Cenobites on multiple occasions, becomes a cenobite herself-and more than this, a favorite of Leviathan