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Favorite Horror Movies

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I have to add some more.

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The Ninth Gate

Nightmare On Elm Street (series)

Hellraiser (series)

Sweeny Todd

The Gravedancers

The Prophecy

Pet Sematary (original)

Tommyknockers

Sometimes They Come Back

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These two are technically not horror movies, but I feel they deserve an honorable mention.

 

Sleepy Hollow

Fear

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36 minutes ago, JennyorAlice said:

I like the Halloween movies with Michael Myers in them.  Those are my favorites. 

I have "IT" on dvd but I haven't watched it yet because I'm in the middle of reading the book at the moment.

Typically, I always advise people to either read the book, OR see the movie, but not both. It's been my experience that the movies always alter the story enough that watching them and reading the books will just piss you off. Or if there's a book written off of a movie, same thing.

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On 2/13/2021 at 9:32 PM, SAKE said:

I love horror movies, specially zombie themed ones. Some of my favourites are. 

I am hero, Legion, Insidious , IT, And wrong turn 1-3

Wrong turn is a pretty good series but I agree that the first 3 was the best.

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8 hours ago, killamch89 said:

One of my classic favorites was the silence of the lambs - if I remember correctly it came out in 1991?

Yeah it was 1991. The funny thing about its release, was that it was released on Valentines day.

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On 4/16/2021 at 8:16 AM, The Blackangel said:

Yeah it was 1991. The funny thing about its release, was that it was released on Valentines day.

That sounds like a perfect time to release it anyways - death to Valentines day!

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On 5/25/2021 at 9:32 AM, The Blackangel said:

Yet My Bloody Valentine was released January 16, 2009. A month before Valentine’s Day.

That is pretty non-sensical if you ask me - Only in Hollywood could a movie with Valentine's day as the theme be released the month before and not on Valentine's day or around that time.

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