#151 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

@referee said:

@mrdecepticonleader: It's a rip off from a scene from the movie Grave Encounters.

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The movie is a better Blair Witch Movie type of Horror Film

Ghost stuff doesn't scare me or really interest me but that was a decent trailer.

#152 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (41134 posts) - - Show Bio

@referee said:

@mrdecepticonleader: It's a rip off from a scene from the movie Grave Encounters.

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The movie is a better Blair Witch Movie type of Horror Film

Ghost stuff doesn't scare me or really interest me but that was a decent trailer.

It's a good film, I watched it a few months ago.

#153 Edited by Ms. Omega (4822 posts) - - Show Bio

I stumbled across this thing while searching images for a planet-sized monster. Makes Galactus look like a bloody teddy bear.

Ah this is from the horror manga master Junji Ito he does some amazing horror stuff look up some of his work its really creepy and disturbing.

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

@mrdecepticonleader: You might want to check the movie out. As I said it has a Blair Witch project feel done better. The only down side to the movie is, the first half is suspense and got you horror and the second is more Demon attacking. Despite that it is a scary vibe movie to watch.

www.free-tv-video-online.me/movies/2011/grave_encounters.html

#155 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (41134 posts) - - Show Bio
#156 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

@jonny_anonymous:

@referee said:

@mrdecepticonleader: You might want to check the movie out. As I said it has a Blair Witch project feel done better. The only down side to the movie is, the first half is suspense and got you horror and the second is more Demon attacking. Despite that it is a scary vibe movie to watch.

www.free-tv-video-online.me/movies/2011/grave_encounters.html

hmm I might as I said though ghost stuff doesn't appeal to me.

#157 Edited by Jonny_Anonymous (41134 posts) - - Show Bio

Has anybody read any good coming-of-age-Horror novels? Stuff like IT, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon and the Summer of Night?

#158 Posted by cattlebattle (14337 posts) - - Show Bio

Has anybody read any good coming-of-age-Horror novels? Stuff like IT, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon and the Summer of Night?

Boys Life and Mystery Walk, both by Robert McCammon

#159 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

I have seen the film IT,it was very long,and just seemed to drag on in parts and the ending was daft.

#160 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (41134 posts) - - Show Bio

I have seen the film IT,it was very long,and just seemed to drag on in parts and the ending was daft.

yea the book is much better

#161 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader said:

I have seen the film IT,it was very long,and just seemed to drag on in parts and the ending was daft.

yea the book is much better

I guessed as much.

#162 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (41134 posts) - - Show Bio

@jonny_anonymous said:

Has anybody read any good coming-of-age-Horror novels? Stuff like IT, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon and the Summer of Night?

Boys Life and Mystery Walk, both by Robert McCammon

I'v heard a lot of pepole mention McMammon, is he good?

#163 Edited by cattlebattle (14337 posts) - - Show Bio

@cattlebattle said:

@jonny_anonymous said:

Has anybody read any good coming-of-age-Horror novels? Stuff like IT, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon and the Summer of Night?

Boys Life and Mystery Walk, both by Robert McCammon

I'v heard a lot of pepole mention McMammon, is he good?

I like him, he is definitely well recognized in the horror writing community. Its all opinion though.

#164 Edited by Jonny_Anonymous (41134 posts) - - Show Bio

Does anybody else here share my love of the Twilight Zone, Hammer House of Horror and old 50's B Moives?

#165 Posted by BumpyBoo (12696 posts) - - Show Bio

@jonny_anonymous said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

I have seen the film IT,it was very long,and just seemed to drag on in parts and the ending was daft.

yea the book is much better

I guessed as much.

I second this, it is certainly worth checking out the book. It's VERY good :)

Does anybody else here share my love of the Twilight Zone, Hammer House of Horror and old 50's B Moives?

Oooh, I do, I do! ^_^

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#166 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (41134 posts) - - Show Bio

@bumpyboo said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@jonny_anonymous said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

I have seen the film IT,it was very long,and just seemed to drag on in parts and the ending was daft.

yea the book is much better

I guessed as much.

I second this, it is certainly worth checking out the book. It's VERY good :)

@jonny_anonymous said:

Does anybody else here share my love of the Twilight Zone, Hammer House of Horror and old 50's B Moives?

Oooh, I do, I do! ^_^

Then you have amazing taste.

The Reptile, greatest horror film ever made.

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#167 Posted by BumpyBoo (12696 posts) - - Show Bio

@jonny_anonymous:

Hehe, thank you, so do you ;)

I love that film!! Haven't seen it in AGES though .

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#168 Edited by Jonny_Anonymous (41134 posts) - - Show Bio

@bumpyboo: and this is the best Twilight Zone ep.

Captain Kirk VS a Gremlin!!!!

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#169 Posted by RolloLinsky (36 posts) - - Show Bio

Does anybody else here share my love of the Twilight Zone, Hammer House of Horror and old 50's B Moives?

I am very proud to say that i own every single episode of the Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, every Hammer House OF Horror film made (including the relaunch of Hammer studios), nearly all the Tigon and Amicus films and have seen an enormous number of 50's B movies in the cinema by chasing screenings up all over the state when i was a teen. So, yes, i am absolutely with you in your love for these. Very nice to meet you :)

#170 Edited by RolloLinsky (36 posts) - - Show Bio

@bumpyboo: They've actually just rereleased a huge bunch of Hammer films on DVD remastered with new extras and such, including the Reptile. They're well worth a look again :)

#171 Posted by BumpyBoo (12696 posts) - - Show Bio

@jonny_anonymous:

Damn right! And the movie version with John Lithgow was pretty badass too ^_^

@rollolinsky:

No way, I will have to look into that, I had no idea. Thanks! :D

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#172 Edited by Jonny_Anonymous (41134 posts) - - Show Bio

@jonny_anonymous said:

Does anybody else here share my love of the Twilight Zone, Hammer House of Horror and old 50's B Moives?

I am very proud to say that i own every single episode of the Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, every Hammer House OF Horror film made (including the relaunch of Hammer studios), nearly all the Tigon and Amicus films and have seen an enormous number of 50's B movies in the cinema by chasing screenings up all over the state when i was a teen. So, yes, i am absolutely with you in your love for these. Very nice to meet you :)

AWESOME, that must be some collection.

#173 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

@bumpyboo said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@jonny_anonymous said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

I have seen the film IT,it was very long,and just seemed to drag on in parts and the ending was daft.

yea the book is much better

I guessed as much.

I second this, it is certainly worth checking out the book. It's VERY good :)

Hmm well thanks I may well do.

#174 Posted by BumpyBoo (12696 posts) - - Show Bio

@bumpyboo said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@jonny_anonymous said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

I have seen the film IT,it was very long,and just seemed to drag on in parts and the ending was daft.

yea the book is much better

I guessed as much.

I second this, it is certainly worth checking out the book. It's VERY good :)

Hmm well thanks I may well do.

Be warned though, it is absolutely massive O_O

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#175 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

@bumpyboo: Ha I see how many pages are we talking?

#176 Posted by BumpyBoo (12696 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader:

Over a thousand, the version I have is printed on that ultra thin Bible paper hehe!! :) But it flies by, it does not feel as long as it is. I did a book report on it in school , it really is worth trying :)

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#177 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

@bumpyboo said:

@mrdecepticonleader:

Over a thousand, the version I have is printed on that ultra thin Bible paper hehe!! :) But it flies by, it does not feel as long as it is. I did a book report on it in school , it really is worth trying :)

I will take your word for it and may give it a read at one point.

#178 Edited by Jonny_Anonymous (41134 posts) - - Show Bio

Has anybody watched Creepshow?

#179 Posted by Ms. Omega (4822 posts) - - Show Bio
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#181 Posted by Jezer (3243 posts) - - Show Bio

House of Leaves.
I hope its already been mentioned in this thread.

#182 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

@jezer said:

House of Leaves.

I hope its already been mentioned in this thread.

Nope can't say that it has.

#183 Posted by Jezer (3243 posts) - - Show Bio

@jezer said:

House of Leaves.

I hope its already been mentioned in this thread.

Nope can't say that it has.

Book is about a guy who finds his neighbor? dead and next to him--manuscripts for a story about people interviewing-after the fact- a family that moved into a house that has a labrynth hidden in it. They end up getting lost in the labrynth.

It swallows people whole at some point. Some guy turns crazy in it and starts hunting them? Etc. While this happens, the guy reading these manuscripts gradually grows crazy and he receives letters from a mom who is in a mental institution.

The book is actually formatted like a labrynth with the text sometimes reflecting the story/text weaving all over the place.

It really is the most creative, innovate book I have ever heard of. Its one of a kind; the author's writing is one of a kind. Scary and suspenseful as fuck though...

#184 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

@jezer: Wow that is pretty creative. I will certainly have to give it a read.Thanks

#185 Edited by The Stegman (29605 posts) - - Show Bio

@jezer said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@jezer said:

House of Leaves.

I hope its already been mentioned in this thread.

Nope can't say that it has.

Book is about a guy who finds his neighbor? dead and next to him--manuscripts for a story about people interviewing-after the fact- a family that moved into a house that has a labrynth hidden in it. They end up getting lost in the labrynth.

It swallows people whole at some point. Some guy turns crazy in it and starts hunting them? Etc. While this happens, the guy reading these manuscripts gradually grows crazy and he receives letters from a mom who is in a mental institution.

The book is actually formatted like a labrynth with the text sometimes reflecting the story/text weaving all over the place.

It really is the most creative, innovate book I have ever heard of. Its one of a kind; the author's writing is one of a kind. Scary and suspenseful as fuck though...

Well shoot, now I'm interested in this, looks like a must read.

#186 Posted by consolemaster001 (6906 posts) - - Show Bio

We should also share creepypasta here.

GOOd night ?

#187 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

We should also share creepypasta here.

GOOd night ?

lol that picture looks pretty goofy

#188 Edited by PowerHerc (86141 posts) - - Show Bio

Frankenstein, Dracula and the Creature from the Black Lagoon are the best horror films.

#189 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

Frankenstein, Dracula and the Creature from the Black Lagoon are the best horror films.

So you like the classics the best.

#190 Posted by PowerHerc (86141 posts) - - Show Bio
#191 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader: I do like the classics the best. :)

Have you heard about them making a Creature from the Black Lagoon remake?

#192 Posted by PowerHerc (86141 posts) - - Show Bio
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#195 Edited by KingOfAsh (3935 posts) - - Show Bio

I seem to be taking more of an interest in Japanese horror. Demented and highly disturbing. Maybe I'll check out some creepy German horror too.

#196 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (41134 posts) - - Show Bio

Has anybody heard of the game Among the Sleep? I just played it and it's reeeeeeeeeeeeeeealy creepy

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If you follow the link to Kickstarter you can download the the FREE alpha

#197 Posted by KingOfAsh (3935 posts) - - Show Bio
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One of the creepiest MF's you will ever see...

#198 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

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One of the creepiest MF's you will ever see...

That was kinda creepy 0_0

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

I finally watched They Live. I've been putting off watching it due to its age, and I've been watching too many older stuff lately. It's definitely worth watching.

With these apocalypse themed movie, I wish it could have an updated version during the late 90s, like what George Romero did with Night of the Living Dead. But 90s was a difficult time for Horror.

#200 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (19362 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

I finally watched They Live. I've been putting off watching it due to its age, and I've been watching too many older stuff lately. It's definitely worth watching.

With these apocalypse themed movie, I wish it could have an updated version during the late 90s, like what George Romero did with Night of the Living Dead. But 90s was a difficult time for Horror.

Yeah They Live is fantastic I really enjoy the social and political commentary/satire Carpenter managed to weave into the film. And its aged pretty well too.

I think has always had a hard time weather it be because there are no really good horror films,or certainly any that become more mainstream or the fact they cause controversy and you have moral crusaders trying to have them banned/censored.