Wanna watch a good film, someone help?
Pick one. I will say it was nice to watch such a beautiful boner condoner for an hour and a half. And when that blonde hooker was outside, all I wanted was for those two to fuck.
That film is gold.
I also highly recommend pic related. It's pretty intense from start to finish.
Thumbnail thing always reminds me of this guy and it immediately made that movie unscary to me.
Any one got recomendations for comcast (xfinity) on demand movies? The Boarderlands and Alteted States is on there but I already seen em. Any recommendations would really be apreciated cause I'm sick and bedridden today.
I recomed pic related if your in the mood for a fun classic with awesome practical effects.
sinister is closely related to the norwegian bm scene from the 90s, at least theres a lot of references
you can even hear some ulver in the 2nd one
first movie was good, 2nd one was shit
This was pretty nice. Liked the ending. The old woman was pretty unsettling, too, in parts.
I really liked It Follows. A lot of /x/ seems to hate it, but whatever. Great soundtrack, wonderful aesthetic and good concept. It was pretty eerie in a few scenes. I watched it twice, and was just pleased that it was unlike any other horror film in recent memory in regards to its execution. It wasn't my favorite of all-time or anything like that, but it was refreshing.
>If you have Netflix, consider checking out Banshee Chapter, too.
Why does this POS keep getting shilled? It's fucking garbage and so cheaply made. The whole movie felt disorganized.
IT isn't horror so much as it is about paranoia and slow build up. It does so much that is just incredible
The rape scene, the ensuing paranoia and helplessness, Rosemary meeting the baby, her acceptance of it. Those key moments all build up to the baby so well that just the cradle itself and the thought of the baby inside of it becomes powerful.
We get a call-back to the rape scene when the eyes are mentioned, the baby has those same eyes. that's something we only saw for a moment but the rape scene was so good it stands out like a sore thumb and it's huge in how we imagine the baby.
Spanish horror movie from 2006/2007 cant remember and too lazy to switch tabs.
Made me uneasy several times and wondering what the hell was going on. ]
That ending though, fuck me, soul crushing.
You want it without the subtitles?
You'll need a spanish language streaming site.
Won some awards in Spain on release.
Plus the Exec Producer is Del Toro, So it does carry very well with the subtitles to English speaking audiences
Cannot Recommend it enough.
Megan is Missing.
Shit is dark and somehow seems totally real, you know, without the coating of a movie you usually get with a film.
Seemed a little too real at times.
I felt like i needed a shower after that.
Ahhh not that anon, but i use cody and when i watched i remember there being english captions. I speak spanish, and i don't see how you miss something on the translation. Hope you find it, will check later for a streaming site with english subs. Maybe search the original name (el orfanato), sometimes those streaming sites put the original name for godknowswhatreason
1. The Ring
2. The Shining
3. The Sixth Sense
4. The Blair Witch Project
5. Silent Hill
6. Let the Right One In
7. The Others
8. Jeepers Creepers
9. The Exorcism of Emily Rose
10. The Last Exorcism
11. Drag Me to Hell
12. Trick 'r Treat
13. Sleepy Hollow (1999)
And what horror subgenre does His Majesty, Anon, prefer?
Not really a horror film, but top notch.
I loved Megan is Missing. Very hard to watch at some points.
The Den was nice, though I didn't like the ending. Felt like the ending was too cliche. Everything before it was noice, though.
Kairo is a god-tier slow-burner from Japan, and I highly recommend it. First time I saw it I felt emotionally drained for a long time after. It isn't the most in-your-face, frightening film, but it lingers and depresses you. The same thing happened when I watched Lars von Trier's Antichrist.
Is it fashionable now to hate on The Strangers? Best home invasion film I've ever seen. Really loved it.
Rosemary's Baby isn't particularly scary, but it's well-acted and suspenseful. It's a classic for a reason.
Come on, anon. What about this wondrous scene?
The Strangers had no reason to drag things on for so long they easily could've killed the couple multiple times throughout the entire movie, so they went through all this trouble terrorizing them all night "because you were home".. what? so nothing we saw before had anything to do with anything, it was a random attack? is that supposed to make it more scary?
We don't know anything about them and we don't know anything about the couple other than they're having trouble deciding if they're gonna get married. We've learned since the beginning of cinema that unmasking scenes are supposed to be dramatic or at least matter, The Strangers might as well have not showed their faces at all because WE DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THEM.
The best part of it is seeing Dennis for a few minutes until he gets blown away with a shot gun but even that sucks because WE DON'T KNOW WHO THIS GUY EVEN IS, I know the actor, but if I didn't why would I even give a shit about that guy they accidentally murdered?
Humorous, and also has a shit ton of references to other horror films for fans to pick out.
Really fun movie.
"'Horror' without the 'Horror'": The Movie.
Of course. It's a "meta"-horror movie for Joss Whedon fans to chuckle to themselves about.
Amazing movie. Very non-traditional meta-horror. I never see anyone mention it on here, which is a shame.
Still wish Joss Whedon would take that "love" and make a decent horror film, desu. Made a brilliant effort with this one!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVF6UzwyUnQ
It was pretty amusing, but I remember being rally annoyed that it wasn't a straight-up horror film. As long as you know what you're getting into with the whole meta aspect, it's good.
<3 Session 9
I wish there were more movies of The Thing's quality.
It's truly the king of Horror movies, literally everything about the monster, the concept, the location, all of it is extremely unsettling no matter how many times you watch it.
>Enjoying the memequip movies of Cuck Whedon
not necessarily that good but interesting, worth a watch
They should have kept the focus on the children and the tapes and never really revealed if any of the ghosts were real, and definitely only hinted at bagool (however you spell it) by having him appearing briefly in the shadows or something.
I never saw it but it as called Cradle of Fear. The actor who played Pinhead (Doug Bradley) did some voiceover work for it whilst also doing some narration on a few of their albums.
He can be heard on songs like Her Ghost In The Fog, Tonight In Flames, and some of the songs on their album Midian.
Hush, little one. Go back to watching Paranegro Activity 38.
Originally thought the movie was going to involve the restless spirits of the Cernobyl victims. Was really disappointed when it took the radioactive mutant route.
7/10 but not a horror movie
/tv/ here to say /x/ is fucking retarded, I'm going back
The first hour is really good but it kind of loses its spook before the end.
Watching the Babadook now, it's so shit.
I watched It Follows a few months ago and absolutely loved it. I also liked Lake Mungo and VHS 1 (saw it after taking 2g of shrooms, it was a very intense experience).
Any recs? No lame jumpscares pls, it ruins the movie for me.
Also honorable mentions:
>Noroi (great aesthethic and atmosphere and makes you want to keep watching)
>Sinister (Ulver music is 10/10, and the family tapes are very intense, rest of the movie is shit)
>VHS 2 (Satanic asian ritual part)
>The fourth kind (When she's listening to the tape recording of herself holy shit, just to imagine this could be happening and we forget the morning after)
I'm surprised how many people are actually recommending babadook, for shame
The entire v/h/s series is on netflix right now and I'd say they're all worth a watch. Every movie has about 5 different unconnected segments that are basically short films in themselves, all directed by different people. The quality varies wildly but there's a few really really good ones in the mix, and you're bound to find one you really like. Plus the short film style lets the directors play around with some really interesting concepts that probably couldn't hold up an entire movie otherwise.
The Exorcist is the best horror movie ever made.
can anyone recognize this movie? I believe it was a black and white, and i also believe it revolved around kids, there was a hole in the back yard and shit started coming out of it. anyone?
The Gate, 1987. One of my favorite 80's horror movies of all time. Saw it when I was like 7 or 8 at my grandma's house and it scared the living shit out of me at the time. Since all the characters are kids you'd think it's a kids movie.
First one is the only one worth a damn.
Another one where the first part is the best, and the sequels tanked.
The original 'Exorcist'. Fuck, that image creeps me out big time.
The second one was okay, but the original is still the better of the two.
I don't know why, but most horror movie sequels aren't that great.
Creepers a.k.a. Phenomena.
A rare instance where the sequel is actually pretty decent.
Anybody else watched this movie? I genuinely think it's a 10/10
The scenes in Pet Sematary, with Zelda, the ill sister?
Wrecked my shit when I was a kid. It's a cheesy movie, but pretty good.
Fucking 10/10 for a new film got me fucked up.
Is the Forest any good or shouold I just watch the documentary again?
Megan Is Missing is a fucking atrocious shitstain in the history of horror films and an overall dreadful fucking movie. The acting is whoreshit, the director and the writer clearly did minimal research and don't even know how to portray youth, and as a horror film it isnt scary or unsettling or atmospheric or suspenseful it's just boring. Surely users on /x/ actually have a somewhat acquired taste in horror films not just "wow found footage movie that was really scary and disturbing". It fucking sucks dicks.
"Good" is relative, man. I admit, I sometimes shake my head at the movies people recommend around here, but it's whatever. People are allowed to like shit things like Te Conjuring/Annabelle, etc.
I've come to accept the fact that horror films starring nobody actors are absolutely the best. I also judge horror movies on how much marketing they do. The more it's marketed the worse it's going to be.
Just because the subject is semi-topical maybe kinda, doesn't mean it's a good film, especially when the director astroturfs like a faggot and his grasp of social media and teens is borderline Steve Buscemi in 30 Rock.
Jesus fuck that REALLY fucked my head as a kid.
What was that movie with the small evil elf things that lived in a furnace and came out to chop people up to eat?...that fucked me up bretty good too. Had an intense fear of open fireplaces after that.
Which ending are you talking about ?
because I quite remember that there was a different ending given the country, the one I got was really awesome (so fucking depressing, closed perfectly the movie)
Love the music of those movies
5pic related, we need more templar-zombies movies)
Pic related is god tier. I have never been more frightened in my life (or is it unnerved?). It hits you at a deep psychological level that is hard to explain. It starts out slow but that cell phone footage, holy shit. I slept with the lights on for a week.
my favorutie scene by far was this bit when the woman is half asleep and sees weird stuff in the TV. captured the fear when you wake up in the middle of the night and think you saw something perfectly.
This one is a classic well worth the watch. Superb acting, creepy atmosphere culminating in absolute terror. 10/10 possibly the best horror movie of all time.
>night of the living dead
>>The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
Pic related is recommended, got a little bit of a Lovecraftian vibe
>unmasking scenes are supposed to be dramatic or at least matter
When they take the masks off, you know the couple is going to die. That is the point you realize that all hope is gone.
I'd recommend The Girl Next Door. It's pretty faithful to Ketchum's outstanding novel and it's free on YouTube.
The Serpent and the Rainbow also is a great horror movie. One of Craven's best, I think. The end kind of sucks, but Pullman is very good in it and it's an awesome ride. 'Don't bury me, I'm not dead'. Still fucks me up.
Also, there's an old 80's movie I never hear about called Bad Dreams. Haven't seen it in decades but it had a great story and I'm a bit surprised no one seems to remember it. Damn good movie.
As much as I hate remakes, the one for I Spit on Your Grave is definitely worth a watch. The revenge kills are some of the most brutal, imaginative murders ever committed to celluloid.
why horror movies never get an 8 or more?
damn, this is worst than the le second parts are all bad meme
Rob Zombie is an overrated plagiarist who, like Tarantino, tries to disguise his unoriginal horseshit as "homages" to older and better films. The same people who like Rob Zombie think that Godsmack and Disturbed are "fucken heavy!!!" and cream themselves every time he puts out some other person's movie, redressed, with his stupid name on it.
PRIVATE PYLE! WHAT THE FUCK IS ON YOUR GODDAMNED HEAD? ARE YOU TRYING YOUR HARDEST RO LOOK LIKE A FAGGOT? AND WHY IS THAT SLUT LOOKING LIKE A MOSQUITO, PRIVATE PYLE? WHY ARE YOU NOT STOMPING HER GUTS OUT? DROP AND GIVE ME FIFTY, FATBODY!
The execution of this part fucking got me. The way that the figure slowly comes into focus as a human shape, and when you expect to see a regular human face you get this shit, I was utterly petrified for a few seconds. Really effective
but we knew that when we could see the movie was ending and they were sat up execution style.
All hope wasn't even lost either because the dumbest fucking jump scare ever means the girl lived at the end.
But what do you think lords of salem plagiarize? I can't think of anything else but rosemarys baby and suspiria but I though Salem was pretty original combining the urban grittines to feverish witchcraft-visions. End was shitty though
How could I have forgotten this? How could we ALL not have suggested this? I suppose it's more psychological horror, but IT is still a good watch.
The Forest is out. I saw it Saturday.
Okay movie. It tried too hard to bee too many things at once.
Would have been way better as a Psychological horror/thriller than a jump scare film.
Fuck that scene, rustled me jimmies pretty bad when I was a lad.
but the sequel has that sick game tie-in
This. Also, the 2011 prequel is not as good and there's one major drawback that makes it less scary; [spoiler] the thing in the prequel is powerful and fast, and so it can just kill many people despite being identified. The original movie had a Thing that was weak and extremely vulnerable and could not afford to be discovered, and so it really needed people to be paranoid and distrust each other in order to succeed. [/spoiler]
no one talks about the remake of evil dead.
given its remake status
but after rewatching I did notice alot of /x/ type details in the movie.
like they geniunely did some occult research to make the necronomicon sound real.
notices similar elements that were in starry eyes and the main characters journey to the various pages in hte necronomicon.
what about legit /x/ movies?
Anybody know what horror movie is the one where a group of adults are in like a glass house and there are invisible demons or zombies where they need to wear the glasses to see them, at one point there was a scene where there was a laser moving door frame that cut some characters up in pieces
The remake of Evil Dead was genuinely frightening to me. Saw it in theaters and it was an intense experience.
The original is a fun, campy thing whose cult status makes no sense to me.
It's an unpopular opinion, but I much prefer the remake.
What broke the movie for me is pic related
After watching Generation Kill, I just see Ray everytime he pops up and expect him to say something funny
>"Yo, look! I just wrote demons be gone with my piss!"
that was alright
that was pretty good
that one is so bad lol
all of those are shit except the shining, LtROI, and TrT.
all rob zombie shit is SHIT
MBD was alright but the rest are shit.
jesus christ, /x/ has the worst taste in horror.
Concept is decent, acting is mediocre at best, execution is variable but achieves a bit of b-movie spook, particularly the scenes in the forest with the statue, but the ending devolves into standard tripe and trope. American "reporters" travel to a fictional Polish town to research some disappearances and encounter of cult with an unclear agenda. 5/10 is generous.
>Calls Salem's Lot, Carnival of Souls, Rosemary's Baby, Hellraiser, Session 9, The Others, & Blair Witch Project "shit"
>Gives faint praise to Poughkeepsie Tapes
Opinion disqualified. Come back when you know what the fuck you're talking about.
The Shining, The Omen, Night of the Living Dead, The Exorcist, and Texas Chainsaw Massacre are objectively and unquestionably five of the ten best, most influential, and most frightening horror films ever made.
The remaining five are open for debate. The Thing has to be included. Beyond that I personally would vote for the 1978 Body Snatchers, The Changeling, The Haunting, and Halloween.
You're free to disagree with my top ten but calling any one of these films shit makes you look like a tryhard idiot.
Here are 100 more I like that you may have missed. I made this and >>17227908 this so feel free to come at me all you want.
That movie is an actual 1/10, obvious canadian production. The acting is godawful as is the concept. Nothing in it is scary. It fails at atmosphere, suspense, even jumpscares, and the concept is shit. Good for a laugh, and that's all.
Braggart's curse. Posted the wrong image.
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Necromentia yet. It seems like it'd be right up some of your alleys.
If you actually think this then you have reached dangerously retarded contrarian levels, this might be the worst horror film of all time. It's definitely the worst, most pointless sequel ever.
>22% on rotten tomatoes
has horror lost all it's merit as a genre in the past 20 years? I feel it's rare to see a horror movie get more than 2/5 stars in any ratings system nowadays (including netflix and netflix has a pleb userbase). I know the genre has always had its shitty B-movies, but nowadays they all seem to be of a similar, terrible quality.
Should the horror fan just disregard all reviews?