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The last good horror I watched in the cinema was drag me to hell.....i suppose Let the right one in sort of counts as a horror as well, so add that in too.

For older stuff that hasn't been mentioned, you can't go wrong with Hitchcock, and Salem's Lot (not the rob lowe one) is pretty good. it's not a fantastic film, but it's got some awesome freaky moments.


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I like Creep Show. Other than that, I really dislike horror films. They aren't scary and are a bit too cheesy for my tastes.
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ugh, I hate horror movies, they always miss out the horror and have the same generic story, or pathetic (mostly the female ones) characters that ruin everything by running around screaming without doing anything to further the plot other than to point out in the most blindingly obvious ways "something scary just happened, you should react...NOW"

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I really like John Carpenter's The Thing. One of my personal favorite horror flicks.

To sadden some of the people here, I never really found the Shinning that scary... maybe it was the Simpson's spoof that took the edge off of it.

Now if you want to mentally rape yourself silly, go watch 120 Days of Sodom. Thats a horror movie on a whole new level.

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The Shining, Psycho, the original Hills have Eyes, and Hallowe'en (excluding Jamie Lee Fucking Curtis) are all good. I've also a penchant for Nosferatu, and some of the good old Vampire movies, like Bela Lugosi's "The Kiss" and the hammer horror ones, although they're mostly comical.

Dog Soldiers is bare good fun, the Wolfman, as well.

My favourite recent Horror movie however has to be Clive Barker's Book of Blood. It's epic.

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Dawn of the dead remake
Day of the Dead
The walking dead (The first episode might as well be a movie)
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I spent much of my little childhood watching horror movies when muted when I should have been asleep. As such now I am never scared by them. In fact I quite often sit there laughing at certain things like perhaps a plot hole or like in Drag me to hell where I kept laughing at that Gypsy woman.


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I spent much of my little childhood watching horror movies when muted when I should have been asleep. As such now I am never scared by them. In fact I quite often sit there laughing at certain things like perhaps a plot hole or like in Drag me to hell where I kept laughing at that Gypsy woman.
That's because Drag Me To Hell was a huge steaming pile of donkey turd. The scariest thing about that film was that it actually got made, utter shite!

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