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membs when mrcarmady said he hates animals? don't go camping, bruh.

i hate the idea of camping as well, how fortuitous :P
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Unfriended (2014) ingenious. SO much here

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Unfriended (2014) ingenious. SO much here

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It's really screechy though. Not as much as Babadook, but still.


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Alone in the Dark (1982) too many characters or soemthing I don't care

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Unfriended (2014) ingenious. SO much here

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Is it scary, though?

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I find nothing scary. Frequently tense though.

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Horrorfest films I've Viewed So Far (ranked):

1. Phantom of the Paradise (1974)
2. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
3. The Babadook (2014)
4. What We Do In The Shadows (2015)
5. God Told Me To (1976)
6. Housebound (2014)
7. The Conjuring (2013)
8. Late Phases (2014)
9. Vampire In Brooklyn (1995)
10. Night of the Demons 2 (1994)
11. IT (1990)
12. Q: The Winged Serpent (1982)
13. Disturbing Behavior (1998)
14. Campfire Tales (1997)

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I thought Q: The Winged Serpent (1982) was interesting for its special effects, given the release date. Now, it's been a while since I saw it, but I don't recall the story. Only some of the effects scenes, and not many of those.

The Babadook is in my queue (or was, anyhow) but I put off watching it because I saw conflicting impressions of it. You rated it pretty highly, though. Relative to your other viewings.

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The Babadook is in my queue (or was, anyhow) but I put off watching it because I saw conflicting impressions of it. You rated it pretty highly, though. Relative to your other viewings.

Cease your dawdling, man. It's arguably the best horror film of the century so far.


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StageFright: Aquarius (1987) bad 4/10

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Unfriended (2014) ingenious. SO much here

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Ganja & Hess (Gunn, 1973) - one of those rare films that you don't watch, you experience. Bizarre, lyrical, and an authentically true depiction of delirium. It's a must see--avoid the recent Spike Lee remake, though.


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Cease your dawdling, man. It's arguably the best horror film of the century so far.

Dawdling is done. Just watched.

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I find nothing scary. Frequently tense though.

Fuck you, this killed me.

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I enjoyed Q. Good monster movie. And yes Babadook is the real deal.

Ed Ganja and Hess is a near great vampire movie. So much going on in that one. Duane Jones should have been a star.

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StageFright: Aquarius (1987) bad 4/10

You're no fun.

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the film was no fun, except for the sassy gay

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FINE

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Dracula has Risen from the Grave best of the Hammer Drac series with the most fleshed-out characters. Also, Dracula pimp slaps a ho.


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Liking It Follows more the second time around, but the inclusion of the cellphone and the seashell-tablet thingy really seem like weird decisions when everything else feels decidedly 80s

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Dracula has Risen from the Grave best of the Hammer Drac series with the most fleshed-out characters. Also, Dracula pimp slaps a ho.

It's pretty good and I think I agree.

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Society is a movie that only could have been made in the 80s.

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Viy (1967) 4/10 Cool effects and colours but wow this is a folk story? It's barely a story at all. Boring.

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Dr. Jekyll and His Women is a ridiculously lovely (and sometimes just plain ridiculous) adaptation of the famous Stevenson story. Adding a fiancée, a Vermeer, and waaay too much detail about the previously unnamed "vices," Borowczyk makes the story his own. I love how hard Udo Kier works in this; he can't even stand up straight as his condition progresses, and oh, those bathtub scenes, haha! Of course, it's hard to build tension when we know full well what's going on (though the sheer ruthlessness of the action is often surprising). The photography and sound create more than enough atmosphere to make up for suspense, however. So many mirror shots... and that amazing music/noise at the end! A good start to the month.

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Society is a movie that only could have been made in the 80s.

As far as a style of film making, yes it is very 80s. But thematically, I think it fits perfectly into modern times. The 1% are crazy squishy rape monsters after all.


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As far as a style of film making, yes it is very 80s. But thematically, I think it fits perfectly into modern times. The 1% are crazy squishy rape monsters after all.

My money is still on them being lizard people.

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A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984 re 5/10

watching the rest except #2, which is great but saw not long ago

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Finally watched Cronenberg's Rabid, yeah.

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Alice Sweet Alice (1976) Brusque, Hitchcockian decoupage. Best kills I've seen in some time actually. For fans of Don't Look Now ;)

6.5/10

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A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984 re 5/10

watching the rest except #2, which is great but saw not long ago

Dream Warriors eh. some neat effects. this premise really makes no sense. 4.5/10

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we've watched so many since mid September is lunacy. Um, The Brood was good but crazy for people to place it near the top of Cronenberg heap

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Um, The Brood was good but crazy for people to place it near the top of Cronenberg heap

Yeah, don't quite understand this...

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I am also marathoning the Elm St. series, but enjoying the awesomeness because not a sillyperson. Original still brings the scary.


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Vampire's Kiss is amaaazing.
You weren't kidding!

Nicolas Cage is so good in this, throwing himself into the role and landing somewhere between Ed Wood and American Psycho. Brat-pack jerk, slapstick clown, silent-film villain, tragic loser; he does it all here, and it's all perfect, full of just the right amount of energy and pathos. I love the way certain spaces (and tones and gestures) don't add up at the start and, piece by piece, we find out why. It's hilarious, too, until the moment we can't laugh anymore because it's horrible.

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Of all the things that may be said about ANoES2: Freddy's Revenge I shall say that it has maybe the best Freddy make-up of the series.


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Rabid is underrated Cronenberg. And it's a great zombie movie, also.

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The Boarding School (1969) aka The House That Screamed aka La residencia

hey, kills to rival Alice Sweet Alice. Well, one. I was pretty into this. Is it girls' boarding schools? The set is particularly handsome. Something was def cut in the version I saw. Still real good.

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I liked Pontypool a lot even if it did go a little incoherent in the end

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Yeah that's a good one Baron.

The Final Terror is a great and chilling slasher film. I rented the Shout Factory copy.

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I liked Pontypool a lot even if it did go a little incoherent in the end
That one's next for me!

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La setta is wacky and playful and surprisingly meticulous: so much care with the mise en scène, so many rabbit's eye point-of-view shots! Clues are foreshadowed and themes telegraphed in paintings and reflections. The plot is pure crazy, of course. Strange scenes just end and are never spoken of again. It's all completely weightless. I did love the idea that the cult's mind control efforts, while powerful, can't guarantee the desired emotions. She really loves bunnies, though, haha!

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Turner Classic Movies calls A Quiet Place in the Country a giallo on acid. I can't beat that for pithiness. Franco Nero is an artist with painter's block and disturbing dreams and Vanessa Redgrave plays his wife/agent, who sets him up in a country estate to help him get back on track. I can't say much more without giving plot away. I can say it's stylish to a fault, with big bursts of montage and an insistent score that's occasionally like nails on a chalkboard. It's always entertaining, though, with a very fitting ending.

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You weren't kidding!

I'm so confused by people who class this film as 'so bad it's good', I fully understand hating it, but thinking that the lunacy of the film is in any way accidental is so silly. Cage's accent, Cage eating the cockroach, Cage dramatically reciting the alphabet, the totempole monologue, it's all there plain as day. It shares a writer with After Hours, and while Bierman is obviously no Scorsese, I always go back and forth on which of the two I prefer - they're both hilarious and construct this vision of New York that both feels authentic and completely ridiculous. Top 10 performances of all time for me, for sure.


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Top 10 performances of all time for me, for sure.
Yeah, he's terrific. I can imagine people tossing this in with his over-the-top performances that are... less thoughtful, shall we say? But he's just right, in this.

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That one's next for me!

Can't wait to hear your thoughts :)

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Yeah, he's terrific. I can imagine people tossing this in with his over-the-top performances that are... less thoughtful, shall we say? But he's just right, in this.

yeah, he brings the same intensity to all his roles, but he does pick some pretty awful scripts as well, so you have this thing where he's enjoyable regardless of the movie's quality, but he can't actually make films good all by himself. thankfully, minion and the fact that everyone else plays it pretty straight (my pick for funniest line isn't actually something that loew says, it's the psychiatrist's "very good peter, you know your alphabet") makes the film honestly great, and not one of those trespass/kick-ass/deadfall deals


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Pontypool was so intense! It's about time I watched something scary for this thread, haha. I loved watching Stephen McHattie's face as the ordinary tensions of the radio show slowly morph into bewilderment and terror. Such a great idea to limit the action to one claustrophobic room, while the horrors are seen only in our over-active imaginations. Then, when the danger moves in, it's almost too much! The way people are effected is eerie and amazing, though it's much more powerful before they start to (apparently) figure it out. Even then, it manages to end on a suspenseful, ruefully satisfying note. Really enjoyed this!

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I thought the explanation was really interesting, but I definitely see how it takes away from the film a bit. Really liked that it's a zombie movie that just doesn't care all that much about showing zombies. The Walking Dead does that to some extent, sure, but I never found the acting to be of the level in Pontypool, so it works well here.

Fun fact, Lisa Houle and Stephen McHattie were married and had three kids together.

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