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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby RSMurphy on Sat Jan 20, 2018 4:47 pm

Was considering posting about Angela Bettis in the favorite actress thread but then came across one of my favorite scenes from her movie May, and decided to post in here instead.

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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby Janeway on Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:08 am

^a thousand waffles if those are a good thing, even if she wouldn’t eat them

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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby goatlord on Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:50 am

Gerald's Game is the best Stephen King adaptation I've ever seen. It absolutely nails the dialogue, the lurking menace, the absolutely devastating effects of evil on the lives of human beings, the soul crushing violence, the open-ended almost infinite supernatural elements... and the shittiest endings that ever came to someone's mind. So, yeah, if you like Stephen King, for all his good and bad things, see Gerald's Game.

Also, I'm not squeamish at all, I must have seen all the "Most Controversial/brutal movies" from all those lists, and in most of them I didn't even get all that fazed, but the gore scene in Gerald's Game, maybe because it was building for so long, maybe because I didn't expect it to be that painful, maybe because the actress is STUNNINGLY GOOD, really made me sick in the stomach and had me looking away. Good stuff!
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby VaticanShotglass on Sun Jan 21, 2018 10:02 pm

Just watched A Dark Song and really liked it. Thanks for the great recommendations.
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby RSMurphy on Mon Jan 22, 2018 6:52 pm

VaticanShotglass wrote:Thanks for the great recommendations.


Don't mention it. Have you seen The Devil's Candy? I've yet to watch it myself, but from all accounts it's excellent. Another occult movie from last year but in a different vein than A Dark Song. More satanical. And American. Really looking forward to finally watching it.
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby VaticanShotglass on Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:55 pm

I have not but will be on the lookout now. Most of the newer movies I've seen in the past several months come from this thread. I really appreciate how pretty some of these horror films have been.
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby blackmarket on Tue Jan 23, 2018 3:51 pm

RSMurphy wrote:
VaticanShotglass wrote:Thanks for the great recommendations.


Don't mention it. Have you seen The Devil's Candy? I've yet to watch it myself, but from all accounts it's excellent. Another occult movie from last year but in a different vein than A Dark Song. More satanical. And American. Really looking forward to finally watching it.


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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby RSMurphy on Tue Jan 23, 2018 4:29 pm

^ Sweet. I thought I saw Ethan Embry's character wearing a Sunn shirt in the official trailer.


As for big'ns I guess I'm looking forward to the Blunt-Krasinski vehicle A Quiet Place this spring. I wonder how the whole quiet-thing is going to play-out. Better be fucking good.
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby blackmarket on Tue Jan 23, 2018 4:47 pm

RSMurphy wrote:^ Sweet. I thought I saw Ethan Embry's character wearing a Sunn shirt in the official trailer.


Sunn O))) gets an end credit in the film! Ethan Embry is great.
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby Janeway on Wed Jan 24, 2018 8:11 am

the stuff, bud the c.h.u.d, chopping malls

and basket case
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you know i got you guys. you know your neighborhood jane could never fail you in horror. :smt006
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby RSMurphy on Wed Jan 24, 2018 11:48 am

Janeway wrote:you know your neighborhood jane could never fail you in horror.


But you are, Blanche.

Nothing you've submitted in this thread could be counted on as sustenance for the serious horror fan. The Stuff gets halfway there, but fails because it relies too much on comedy than genuine horror. But at the very least one could make an argument for its inclusion. And, Girl, Interrupted? Really? Not horror; not open to interpretation. Wolf Mother? Possessed? I'm like, just sayin'.

EDIT: Instead of The Stuff I would recommend the 1988 remake of The Blob. Dated in some parts, but the practical FX are truly horrifying. Praying Simon West's remake of the remake doesn't see the light of day. Samuel L Jackson and Halle Berry were attached to it, and I don't care to see no blob remake on no motherfuckin' plane, or bedroom, as it were.
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby Janeway on Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:08 pm

oh you want more?

angela bettis's roman, kerble me. you gotta dig deeper. girl interrupted is only a clip to honor a horror actress in an outside role, you mentioned her as a fave actress and i already had bill pullman for mine. but i had to put that line there, she was a fucking shrub alright?

but how soon we forget about jug face and the woman, suspiria and the collector '65, it follows and the pact,

lets see... off the top of my head, lets see what i can impress you with...

the innocents.
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ps if you need sexy and current and fucking terrifying, deliver us from evil

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damn that movie was sexy and terrifying
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby Janeway on Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:50 pm

and for dessert, i decided to dig deeper again cause thats what the guy says on my boxing dvd, he's always saying "dig deeper" cause its good exercise

so remember eyes without a face?
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and other current ones i recommended that rocked were hush
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and preservation
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so there you go sophia and others :smt006
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby RSMurphy on Thu Jan 25, 2018 5:20 pm

Love The Innocents. The story it's based on, The Turn of the Screw, by Henry James, is fabulous.
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby Bernardo on Mon Jan 29, 2018 12:11 am

numberthirty wrote:The Void

Currently on Netflix. Don't want to say a whole lot about it, and spoil it for anyone else. You will know if you are "In" or not by about twenty minutes in.


I was glad I checked this one out after seeing it mentioned a few times in the forum. It was like inches away from being REALLY disturbing because of some things wrapping too neatly, but certainly worth watching. The effects are wonderfully un-CGI-ish. Thanks PRF!
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby blackmarket on Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:19 am

Janeway wrote:and other current ones i recommended that rocked were hush
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Both are very generic films.
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby Boombats on Mon Jan 29, 2018 3:08 pm

Agree with Randeedo, The 80's Blob is fucking gruesome and great. And yeah, The Void is worth watching too although as said, the wrap-up is not as satisfying as I'd hoped. And sorry Janeway but I'm not going on your recommendations as I get the feeling the most horrifying thing you've ever seen is a spilled beer
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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby Big John on Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:03 pm

I got a copy of the Devil's Rain movie poster the movie itself is pretty great and has Ernest Borgnine as the devil and Eddie Albert in a RV car chase scene trying to escape the devil.

The Devil's Rain is a 1975 American horror film directed by Robert Fuest. It was one of several B-films in which William Shatner starred between the original Star Trek television series and Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979). Other cast members included Tom Skerritt, Ernest Borgnine, Eddie Albert, Ida Lupino, Keenan Wynn and John Travolta in his film debut in a minor role. Satanist Anton LaVey is credited as the film's technical advisor and appeared in the film playing a minor role.


The acting in this is fantastic with actors that can really chew up the screen.

I have a place waiting to hang the poster on the black velvet wallpapered walls next to the Sriracha fountain.


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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby RSMurphy on Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:42 pm

I watch a lot of short horror films online. Like, a real lot.

Obviously you know what you're getting into with He Dies At The End. That said, it's all about the journey.

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Re: All Purpose Horror Interest Thread

Postby DregsInTheCrowd on Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:51 pm

RSMurphy wrote:I watch a lot of short horror films online. Like, a real lot.

Obviously you know what you're getting into with He Dies At The End. That said, it's all about the journey.

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Thank you, that was excellent. I'll take another many recommendations, please.
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