#51 Posted by Samimista (21839 posts) - - Show Bio

A few years ago, a friend told me he was scared of Michael Myers and I asked him; "What's so scary about Shrek and Austin Powers?"

Didn't realize there was a horror character named that. xD I think a few months ago I saw one of those movies with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and the Activia lady in it.

#52 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (41057 posts) - - Show Bio

I detest with a passion this NuHorror/Torture Porn/Splatter Punk crap that seems to have gotten popular recently Stuff like SAW and Hostile and all that, it's really not scary at all, all it does is make pepole cringe and there no thought put in to any of it.

I do love slasher films though, Halloween, Nightmare On Elm Street, Texas Chainsaw Massacre and I really like the remakes as well I also really LOVE Hammer Horror the old stuff and the new stuff like the Woman in Black, it's a British tradition. But I have to say my fav type of horror is probably psychological horror like Silence of the Lambs, The Ring, The Grudge (Japanese versions) The Collector, SeVen, games like Alan Wake and Silent Hill also comics like Echoes

I also the biggest Stephen King fans ever, I'v got like over 30 of his books and I still refuse to watch the film adaptations just encase it ruins it for me.

Has anybody read any of Dan Simmons books? I'v heard some really great stuff about Song of Kali, Carrion Comfort and The Terror.

Also my fav horror villain is this guy:

Says his name, I dare ya

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#53 Edited by Deadite (25091 posts) - - Show Bio

@jonny_anonymous I never say it. Screw that, there're some other urban legend myth that's associated with summoning using the slasher's name, I just won't say it :X

Candyman is a great slasher example, by the way, so glad someone brought him up.

#54 Edited by Vaeternus (9558 posts) - - Show Bio

Pretty much always loved Halloween, Child's Play and now Evil Dead more so(that it's dead serious) franchises. Among many others, anything with dolls, dummies etc always interested me too.

#55 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (41057 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@jonny_anonymous I never say it. Screw that, there're some other urban legend myth that's associated with summoning using the slasher's name, I just won't say it :X

Candyman is a great slasher example, by the way, so glad someone brought him up.

Yea I never say it ether, Candyman and Halloween where the first horror films to truly terrify me. I like all of Clive Barkers films/books, Candyman, Hellraiser, Nightbreed, Lords of Illusion, Midnight Meat Train and Dread.

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#56 Posted by Deadite (25091 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@jonny_anonymous I never say it. Screw that, there're some other urban legend myth that's associated with summoning using the slasher's name, I just won't say it :X

Candyman is a great slasher example, by the way, so glad someone brought him up.

Yea I never say it ether, Candyman and Halloween where the first horror films to truly terrify me. I like all of Clive Barkers films/books, Candyman, Hellraiser, Nightbreed, Lords of Illusion, Midnight Meat Train and Dread.

I didn't know Clive Barker wrote Candyman.

#57 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (41057 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@jonny_anonymous said:

@deadite said:

@jonny_anonymous I never say it. Screw that, there're some other urban legend myth that's associated with summoning using the slasher's name, I just won't say it :X

Candyman is a great slasher example, by the way, so glad someone brought him up.

Yea I never say it ether, Candyman and Halloween where the first horror films to truly terrify me. I like all of Clive Barkers films/books, Candyman, Hellraiser, Nightbreed, Lords of Illusion, Midnight Meat Train and Dread.

I didn't know Clive Barker wrote Candyman.

yea he produced it and it's based off his story called The Forbidden

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#58 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@jonny_anonymous I never say it. Screw that, there're some other urban legend myth that's associated with summoning using the slasher's name, I just won't say it :X

Candyman is a great slasher example, by the way, so glad someone brought him up.

Yea I never say it ether, Candyman and Halloween where the first horror films to truly terrify me. I like all of Clive Barkers films/books, Candyman, Hellraiser, Nightbreed, Lords of Illusion, Midnight Meat Train and Dread.

Ah Hellraiser "I will tear your soul apart"

A few years ago, a friend told me he was scared of Michael Myers and I asked him; "What's so scary about Shrek and Austin Powers?"

Didn't realize there was a horror character named that. xD I think a few months ago I saw one of those movies with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and the Activia lady in it.

I think that is Halloween H20

#59 Edited by Jonny_Anonymous (41057 posts) - - Show Bio

@jonny_anonymous said:

@deadite said:

@jonny_anonymous I never say it. Screw that, there're some other urban legend myth that's associated with summoning using the slasher's name, I just won't say it :X

Candyman is a great slasher example, by the way, so glad someone brought him up.

Yea I never say it ether, Candyman and Halloween where the first horror films to truly terrify me. I like all of Clive Barkers films/books, Candyman, Hellraiser, Nightbreed, Lords of Illusion, Midnight Meat Train and Dread.

Ah Hellraiser "I will tear your soul apart"

@samimista said:

A few years ago, a friend told me he was scared of Michael Myers and I asked him; "What's so scary about Shrek and Austin Powers?"

Didn't realize there was a horror character named that. xD I think a few months ago I saw one of those movies with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and the Activia lady in it.

I think that is Halloween H20

Yea he gets an ice skate to the face

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#60 Posted by Deadite (25091 posts) - - Show Bio

Ah Hellraiser "I will tear your soul apart"

Is the line from Hellraiser's 1st movie or the book?

#61 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

Ah Hellraiser "I will tear your soul apart"

Is the line from Hellraiser's 1st movie or the book?

From the movie Pinhead says it,another memorable quote is also something like "Tears are such a waste of good suffering".

#62 Edited by Deadite (25091 posts) - - Show Bio

From the movie Pinhead says it,another memorable quote is also something like "Tears are such a waste of good suffering".

Hmm, I remember the second quote, very demonic.

#63 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

From the movie Pinhead says it,another memorable quote is also something like "Tears are such a waste of good suffering".

Hmm, I remember the second quote, very demonic.

Yep

#64 Edited by Jonny_Anonymous (41057 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

From the movie Pinhead says it,another memorable quote is also something like "Tears are such a waste of good suffering".

Hmm, I remember the second quote, very demonic.

Yep

Clive Barker is in the middle of rebooting Hellraiser

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#65 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

From the movie Pinhead says it,another memorable quote is also something like "Tears are such a waste of good suffering".

Hmm, I remember the second quote, very demonic.

Yep

Clive Barker is in the middle of rebooting Hellraiser

I wouldn't say that is a bad thing,considering how bad some of the later films really were.

#66 Posted by The Stegman (29573 posts) - - Show Bio

I actually never really cared for the Hellraiser films, the first one was decent..a bit boring at times, the rest were just plain awful.

#67 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_stegman said:

I actually never really cared for the Hellraiser films, the first one was decent..a bit boring at times, the rest were just plain awful.

I liked the first two the third one wasn't that impressive I do like the song from Motorhead that came out from that film though.Haven't really seen the rest but I know the latest ones seem really bad.

#68 Posted by Bruxae (16777 posts) - - Show Bio

I actually never really cared for the Hellraiser films, the first one was decent..a bit boring at times, the rest were just plain awful.

Did you watch 5 and 7? I liked 1 and 2, but 3 and 4 was sort of boring, after that though the series seemed to take a turn becoming more a psychological horror series rather then a slasher wich sort of sucked if you were a fan of the first, but if you watch them as a separate series rather then sequals I thought 5 and 7 was really good actually.. Although 6,8,9 is still really bad.

#69 Edited by The Stegman (29573 posts) - - Show Bio

@bruxae: I've seen up to five before I just gave up, none of them really impressed me.

#70 Posted by Violens (546 posts) - - Show Bio

im a sucker for Herschell Gordon Lewis films.

#71 Edited by KingOfAsh (3935 posts) - - Show Bio

I like the occasional horror movie. The original Thing is probably my favourite horror movie. I also am a big fan of horror moments in non-horrors (as they seem to be done exxtremly well).

Other times, I find great entertainment in B-grade monster movies. Who said it needs to be good to be good?

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#73 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

So I watched My Bloody Valentine today the original version.And it was a pretty solid slasher movie.Id rate it a 6/7 out of 10.

#74 Posted by Edamame (29739 posts) - - Show Bio

So I watched My Bloody Valentine today the original version.And it was a pretty solid slasher movie.Id rate it a 6/7 out of 10.

Cool. That was a good film.

Did you also see the most recent film?

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#75 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@edamame said:
@mrdecepticonleader said:

So I watched My Bloody Valentine today the original version.And it was a pretty solid slasher movie.Id rate it a 6/7 out of 10.

Cool. That was a good film.

Did you also see the most recent film?

I haven't got around to watching it yet but I am going to give it a watch.

Anyone seen this film?

I saw it a bit ago and was just wondering if anyone else has.

#76 Posted by King Saturn (218912 posts) - - Show Bio

Okay there

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#79 Posted by Samimista (21839 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader - I've been meaning to ask, who's the guy with all the needles on his face? You posted a picture of him recently.~

Replaying EarthBound and think I saw a Michael Myers reference in Onett's library. =D A kid was wearing his mask and refused to talk.

#80 Posted by Dragonborn_CT (25722 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader - I've been meaning to ask, who's the guy with all the needles on his face? You posted a picture of him recently.

His name is Pinhead, he is from the movie Hellraiser. He is sorta like a extradimensional alien devil...

#81 Edited by Dragonborn_CT (25722 posts) - - Show Bio

The shortest horror story ever told

Monday.

#82 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader - I've been meaning to ask, who's the guy with all the needles on his face? You posted a picture of him recently.~

Replaying EarthBound and think I saw a Michael Myers reference in Onett's library. =D A kid was wearing his mask and refused to talk.

This guy?

That is Pinhead from the Hellraiser series.

#83 Posted by Samimista (21839 posts) - - Show Bio

@dragonborn_ct: He's an alien? =O Maybe that's why the needles don't seem to hurt him. 0.0

@mrdecepticonleader: Yuppers! That's him. =D He looked very unusual so I got interested in who he was.~

#84 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@samimista: Oh no he isn't an alien. He is an angel or a demon something like that.And he is the leader of the Cenobites.Whoever opens the puzzle box he and the Cenobites will come for them.

http://www.comicvine.com/pinhead/4005-41465/

His character profile if you want to read up more about him.

#85 Posted by Samimista (21839 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader: Ooh! =O I sees! =D I shall check that out. Didn't know he had a page on here lol. Many thanks friend! *the little raccoons leave you horror cupcakes*

#86 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader: Ooh! =O I sees! =D I shall check that out. Didn't know he had a page on here lol. Many thanks friend! *the little raccoons leave you horror cupcakes*

Oh anytime you are welcome.The cenobites are extra dimensional by the way.

#87 Posted by Referee (9459 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm always in the mood for a good zombie film

Any suggestions? Other than the well know Romero, I've seen them all.

#88 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@referee said:

I'm always in the mood for a good zombie film

Any suggestions? Other than the well know Romero, I've seen them all.

Shaun of The Dead 28 Days Later (its not technically a zombie film but is very similar) I enjoyed Dead Snow too.

#89 Edited by Referee (9459 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader: I've seen them all except for Dead Snow, I've heard great things about its

My suggestion for a obscure zombie would be

The Quick and the Undead

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It is the only Zombie movie I've seen with a cure to a Zombie bite

#90 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@referee said:

@mrdecepticonleader: I've seen them all except for Dead Snow, I've heard great things about its

My suggestion for a obscure zombie would be

The Quick and the Undead

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It is the only Zombie movie I've seen with a cure to a Zombie bite

Well its not a bad movie.

Cure for a zombie bite? hmm

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#93 Edited by Referee (9459 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader:

It was never a high budget film, but it does have a small following

It's Cowboys vs Zombies !

#94 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19361 posts) - - Show Bio

@referee said:

@mrdecepticonleader:

It was never a high budget film, but it does have a small following

It's Cowboys vs Zombies !

Okay I might give it a watch at one point

#95 Edited by Dragonborn_CT (25722 posts) - - Show Bio

I wonder how many of you guys heard of the Cinema Snob. He specializes in horror movies...

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bump

#99 Posted by Violens (546 posts) - - Show Bio

big fan of John Waters and Traci Lords. yes sir

#100 Posted by fanb0y (18 posts) - - Show Bio

This is my favorite Horror Villain of all time.

Nothing beats Chucky!