What is the best horror movies you've seen? Not looking for mainstream shit, already have seen everyone
Island of Lost Souls is my favorite of the pre-code horror films, and I honestly think it's the strongest to come of the MGM-Paramount rivalry. I also think it holds the distinction of being the most cut-to-shit of the horror movies of the era. I think there were close to 20 different versions that were screened in more restrictive states and countries.
Of course, Charles Laughton as the devilish Dr. Moreau is the real standout monster. In fact, he was such a creepy fellow that guests at the hotel his family owned commented on how uncomfortable he made them feel.
Society has the distinction of being one of the only horror movies to actually disgust me, albeit briefly. It's a Brian Yuzna film, for those in the know.
The adopted son of a wealthy Beverly Hills family suspects that the town's elite are engaged in some pretty sick shit, but a conspiracy is in place to discredit his claims as the ramblings of an attention-seeking druggie. Things really pick up in the third act with the "shunting".
Beyond the Black Rainbow - straight up some of the most beautiful cinematography I've seen (Especially the 1966 sequence here). Brilliant acting - this psychiatrist guy fucking seethes with barely repressed violence.
Have any of you faggots seen goodnight mommy?
its supposed to be one of the scariest movies in a while, its gotten banned in certain theathers and people have passed out when they watched it (according to rumour)
the only problem is i watched the trailer and it seams like a peice of crap, there dosent seam to be much story exept "ohh spoopy mommy"
so is it really that scary or is it just a good marketing campaign, i would like to know before i waste my time and disk space?
>Not looking for mainstream shit
Kek, where did you hear that? I watched the original (Not the English version, but they are the same thing) and it wasn't scary at all. It's a bit creepy because of the mom's face, but it's all psychological
It's psychological horror, has a gr8 unsetling atmosphere and even if you see the "twist" 15 minutes into the movie the endind is brutal as fuck.
If you liked "Babadook" or "The Skin I Live In" you will enjoy it
Didn't know there was a remake