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    Thread created on 15:06:11 - 17/02/21 (1 year ago)
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    Hey, looking for horror movie recommendations.  I’m pretty deep dive on 80s to 2000.  Particularly looking for some good slashers I might have missed and brandy new stuff.  I stopped reading magazines when COVID hit.  Some of my favorites are trick ‘r treat, behind the mask: the rise of Leslie Vernon, and Halloween at Aunt Ethel’s.  Not really a fan of most Troma post the original toxic avenger.
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    Posted on 18:45:19 - 17/02/21 (1 year ago)
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    976-Evil 
    Highway to Hell (1991)
    Mandy
    Color Out of Space
    Event Horizon
    Banshee Chapter
    Hellraiser 1,2 and 5
    Uzumaki
    In the Mouth of Madness
    Videodrome
    Hush
    The Burning
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    Posted on 07:21:03 - 18/02/21 (1 year ago)
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    Not slasher, i mostly like japanese supranatural horror.

    Pulse (the japanese version)
    Noroi / The Curse
    Marebito
    Dark Water (i watched the japanese version, but i heard the american version is also pretty good)
    The Ring 1 and 2 (i only watched the american version)
    Uzumaki

    The Shining
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    Posted on 14:28:25 - 18/02/21 (1 year ago)
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    Judge_Doom [2140277]

    976-Evil
    Highway to Hell (1991)
    Mandy
    Color Out of Space
    Event Horizon
    Banshee Chapter
    Hellraiser 1,2 and 5
    Uzumaki
    In the Mouth of Madness
    Videodrome
    Hush
    The Burning
    I really liked Hush.  I’ve been reluctant on Mandy because of Nick Cage, he’s hit or miss for me. I will have to have to check that and color out of space.  Burning is criminally underrated.
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    Posted on 14:31:15 - 18/02/21 (1 year ago)
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    yreew [1989745]

    Not slasher, i mostly like japanese supranatural horror.

    Pulse (the japanese version)
    Noroi / The Curse
    Marebito
    Dark Water (i watched the japanese version, but i heard the american version is also pretty good)
    The Ring 1 and 2 (i only watched the american version)
    Uzumaki

    The Shining
    I have to admit foreign horror I’m a bit light on due to subtitles.  It’s hard to read when you’re drinking—this may be part of why I like slashers in particular.  I’ll try to sober up and give these a run.
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    Posted on 23:46:54 - 18/02/21 (1 year ago)
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    Beyond the Black Rainbow 
    A Field in England
    The Monster (2016)
    Possessor
    Altered States
    The Host (Korean horror film)
    From Beyond
    Dagon
    The Resurrected
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    Posted on 02:11:33 - 19/02/21 (1 year ago)
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    I was going to suggest Uzumaki
    Yeah and in the Mouth of Madness is great. I had my step dad take me when I was 13. To me at that age the story it was like a wow feeling. Like so surprise to see a story do that.

    Sorry I can not think of any at the moment that I know the names of.
    As for what the other guy was talking about with the Ring. I saw the Korean Version which is different than the Japanese one.

    I can say ones not to watch
    The Pumpkin Karver Oh that one is so stupid and the guy is supposed to be some great pumpkin carver and they look hideous.
    Laid to Rest. That was so bad
    Though they made a sequel to it I just want to see how bad it is.


    Here are some

    Body Bag
    Night of the Demons (the original the remake was disappointing because the messed up the best parts of it.)

    There is a silly horror comedy from 1973 called Arnold

    Midnight Movie ( I woke up to this towards the end of it but it seemed interesting.)

    The Final Girls ( It is a bit of a parody of slasher movies but it is interesting.)

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    Posted on 05:46:49 - 07/03/21 (1 year ago)
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    no evil dead? if you're not into campy indy horror the 2013 remake was quite good as well.
    cannibal holocaust

    not as old as you're looking for but there's a trilogy of movies titled feast from 2000s that you may like

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    Posted on 14:27:02 - 07/03/21 (1 year ago)
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    PxKSnowball [111337]

    no evil dead? if you're not into campy indy horror the 2013 remake was quite good as well.
    cannibal holocaust

    not as old as you're looking for but there's a trilogy of movies titled feast from 2000s that you may like
    Literally wearing an army of darkness baseball T-shirt and drinking coffee out of my Evil Dead the musical mug. (Just added profile picture.) I had a hard time with feast.   It reminded me  a lot of the Terror Within also I’m not too big on forced fornication.  A reason none of the I spit on your grave franchise cracks my top 100.
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    Posted on 14:50:55 - 07/03/21 (1 year ago)
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    The Lair of The White Worm (1988) 

    Utterly ridiculous, I'll say no more
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    Posted on 12:45:13 - 16/03/21 (1 year ago)
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    Hereditary, His House, It Follows, Midsommar, I have way too many haha!
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    Posted on 10:30:33 - 11/04/21 (1 year ago)
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    I only watched Terror Firmer but I'm not a fan of Troma either. Here are some more recent movies you might not have seen:
    - American Mary (anything with Katharine Isabelle)
    - The Cleansing Hour
    - Anything for Jackson
    - One cut of the dead (so much fun)
    - The Poughkeepsie Tapes (I love found footage movies)
    If you like home invasion horror like Hush:
    - Don't Breathe
    - The Collector
    - You're Next
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    Posted on 10:44:32 - 11/04/21 (1 year ago)
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    DrZed [237786]

    I was going to suggest Uzumaki
    Yeah and in the Mouth of Madness is great. I had my step dad take me when I was 13. To me at that age the story it was like a wow feeling. Like so surprise to see a story do that.

    Sorry I can not think of any at the moment that I know the names of.
    As for what the other guy was talking about with the Ring. I saw the Korean Version which is different than the Japanese one.

    I can say ones not to watch
    The Pumpkin Karver Oh that one is so stupid and the guy is supposed to be some great pumpkin carver and they look hideous.
    Laid to Rest. That was so bad
    Though they made a sequel to it I just want to see how bad it is.


    Here are some

    Body Bag
    Night of the Demons (the original the remake was disappointing because the messed up the best parts of it.)

    There is a silly horror comedy from 1973 called Arnold

    Midnight Movie ( I woke up to this towards the end of it but it seemed interesting.)

    The Final Girls ( It is a bit of a parody of slasher movies but it is interesting.)
    Laid to rest and ChromeSkull belong to that category "so bad they're good". They know they're bad and I had a lot of fun watching them. Just don't take them too seriously :)
    But I'd also suggest Hatchet (all of them), Wrong turn (all of them), and See no evil
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    Posted on 20:11:14 - 13/04/21 (1 year ago)
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    DrZed [237786]

    I was going to suggest Uzumaki
    Yeah and in the Mouth of Madness is great. I had my step dad take me when I was 13. To me at that age the story it was like a wow feeling. Like so surprise to see a story do that.

    Sorry I can not think of any at the moment that I know the names of.
    As for what the other guy was talking about with the Ring. I saw the Korean Version which is different than the Japanese one.

    I can say ones not to watch
    The Pumpkin Karver Oh that one is so stupid and the guy is supposed to be some great pumpkin carver and they look hideous.
    Laid to Rest. That was so bad
    Though they made a sequel to it I just want to see how bad it is.


    Here are some

    Body Bag
    Night of the Demons (the original the remake was disappointing because the messed up the best parts of it.)

    There is a silly horror comedy from 1973 called Arnold

    Midnight Movie ( I woke up to this towards the end of it but it seemed interesting.)

    The Final Girls ( It is a bit of a parody of slasher movies but it is interesting.)

    Sunday [1560360]

    Laid to rest and ChromeSkull belong to that category "so bad they're good". They know they're bad and I had a lot of fun watching them. Just don't take them too seriously :)
    But I'd also suggest Hatchet (all of them), Wrong turn (all of them), and See no evil
    I’m a huge Adam Green fan, if you haven’t the Holliston Tv series is so much fun.
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    Posted on 22:59:36 - 13/04/21 (1 year ago)
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    Just watch the Nightmare movies. Best 80's horror movies... 

    I will never lie to you. What I say is how I feel...

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    Posted on 10:59:36 - 14/04/21 (1 year ago)
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    DrZed [237786]

    I was going to suggest Uzumaki
    Yeah and in the Mouth of Madness is great. I had my step dad take me when I was 13. To me at that age the story it was like a wow feeling. Like so surprise to see a story do that.

    Sorry I can not think of any at the moment that I know the names of.
    As for what the other guy was talking about with the Ring. I saw the Korean Version which is different than the Japanese one.

    I can say ones not to watch
    The Pumpkin Karver Oh that one is so stupid and the guy is supposed to be some great pumpkin carver and they look hideous.
    Laid to Rest. That was so bad
    Though they made a sequel to it I just want to see how bad it is.


    Here are some

    Body Bag
    Night of the Demons (the original the remake was disappointing because the messed up the best parts of it.)

    There is a silly horror comedy from 1973 called Arnold

    Midnight Movie ( I woke up to this towards the end of it but it seemed interesting.)

    The Final Girls ( It is a bit of a parody of slasher movies but it is interesting.)

    Sunday [1560360]

    Laid to rest and ChromeSkull belong to that category "so bad they're good". They know they're bad and I had a lot of fun watching them. Just don't take them too seriously :)
    But I'd also suggest Hatchet (all of them), Wrong turn (all of them), and See no evil

    Mick_Stone [2653518]

    I’m a huge Adam Green fan, if you haven’t the Holliston Tv series is so much fun.
    I'm a big Adam Green fan too, I loved Digging Up the Marrow and Frozen.
    Sign up to Shudder if you haven't already. There's a new Creepshow series which I'm dying to watch but I haven't yet because I can't watch one episode and be expected to wait a week for another episode :) so I'm going to wait a bit longer.
    Also I recommend: Never Hike Alone and Never Hike in the Snow if you're a Friday the 13th fan :)
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    Posted on 21:00:17 - 14/04/21 (1 year ago)
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    DrZed [237786]

    I was going to suggest Uzumaki
    Yeah and in the Mouth of Madness is great. I had my step dad take me when I was 13. To me at that age the story it was like a wow feeling. Like so surprise to see a story do that.

    Sorry I can not think of any at the moment that I know the names of.
    As for what the other guy was talking about with the Ring. I saw the Korean Version which is different than the Japanese one.

    I can say ones not to watch
    The Pumpkin Karver Oh that one is so stupid and the guy is supposed to be some great pumpkin carver and they look hideous.
    Laid to Rest. That was so bad
    Though they made a sequel to it I just want to see how bad it is.


    Here are some

    Body Bag
    Night of the Demons (the original the remake was disappointing because the messed up the best parts of it.)

    There is a silly horror comedy from 1973 called Arnold

    Midnight Movie ( I woke up to this towards the end of it but it seemed interesting.)

    The Final Girls ( It is a bit of a parody of slasher movies but it is interesting.)

    Sunday [1560360]

    Laid to rest and ChromeSkull belong to that category "so bad they're good". They know they're bad and I had a lot of fun watching them. Just don't take them too seriously :)
    But I'd also suggest Hatchet (all of them), Wrong turn (all of them), and See no evil

    Mick_Stone [2653518]

    I’m a huge Adam Green fan, if you haven’t the Holliston Tv series is so much fun.

    Sunday [1560360]

    I'm a big Adam Green fan too, I loved Digging Up the Marrow and Frozen.
    Sign up to Shudder if you haven't already. There's a new Creepshow series which I'm dying to watch but I haven't yet because I can't watch one episode and be expected to wait a week for another episode :) so I'm going to wait a bit longer.
    Also I recommend: Never Hike Alone and Never Hike in the Snow if you're a Friday the 13th fan :)
    They got Tommy back for a direct to YouTube...I’m so looking forward to seeing more stuff from that production group.
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    Posted on 14:59:17 - 31/05/21 (1 year ago)
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    Slashers huh. 

    *Sleepaway Camp
    *Slumber Party Massacre
    *Nailgun Massacre
    *Murder Set Pieces
    *Martyrs
    *George A Romero's, Martin
    *All of the Crowley movies
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    Posted on 10:22:47 - 22/06/21 (1 year ago)
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    Reanimator
    From Beyond
    American Werewolf in London
    Demons
    Tenebrae (Most Dario Argento tbh)
    Scanners (Sci Fi more than horror, but....)
    The Howling
    The Shining
    Christine (not slasher...but with the Shining the best Stephen King adaptation I have seen).
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