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    Quote Originally Posted by Boots View Post
    I saw the new Annabelle movie yesterday. I thought it was really good. Very, very scary.
    Did you get the IT trailer/preview?

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    Phoenix Forgotten was a good found footage movie: well acted, written and paced.
    It just wasn't that SCARY.
    But it's worth a watch for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Phoenix Forgotten was a good found footage movie: well acted, written and paced.
    It just wasn't that SCARY.
    But it's worth a watch for sure.
    That was a Quebec produced movie. Shot in Montreal with local actors. Their accent was bugging me at first. It was good but agree that it wasn't scary. CGI was good for a small budget movie.

    edit: scratch that! Wrong movie. I was thinking of The Gracefield Incident. Check it out if you can.

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    Have any of you seen a movie called Be My Cat: A Film for Anne?
    I've heard rave reviews but can't find it ANYWHERE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deepvoid View Post
    That was a Quebec produced movie. Shot in Montreal with local actors. Their accent was bugging me at first. It was good but agree that it wasn't scary. CGI was good for a small budget movie.

    edit: scratch that! Wrong movie. I was thinking of The Gracefield Incident. Check it out if you can.
    The Gracefield Incident? I will look for it, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Have any of you seen a movie called Be My Cat: A Film for Anne?
    I've heard rave reviews but can't find it ANYWHERE
    Never heard of it but I'll look for it. Will let you know if I find anything.

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    I just watched The Transfiguration and I highly recommend it.

    Also, Hell House LLC is very good.

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    Tobe Hooper passed away. Another legendary horror director leaving us. Damn..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deepvoid View Post
    Tobe Hooper passed away. Another legendary horror director leaving us. Damn..
    He had an amazing body of work, but Invaders from Mars is my favorite. As a kid, it really freaked me out, the idea that you can't trust adult, the teachers, and even your parents...

    While it's (intentionally) campier than the others, it deserves to be talked about every time there's a conversation about the great 80s remakes such as The Fly, The Thing and Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Or at least when The Blob comes up

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellospaceboy View Post
    He had an amazing body of work, but Invaders from Mars is my favorite. As a kid, it really freaked me out, the idea that you can't trust adult, the teachers, and even your parents...
    Oh yeah! That movie scared the fuck out of me when I first watched it. Haven't watched it in recent memories. Wondering if it aged well...

    His body of work is indeed quite impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deepvoid View Post
    Tobe Hooper passed away. Another legendary horror director leaving us. Damn..
    Definitely a legend in horror. Films like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Poltergeist are standards of the genre while I also really liked Lifeforce. He will be missed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thevoid99 View Post
    Definitely a legend in horror. Films like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Poltergeist are standards of the genre while I also really liked Lifeforce. He will be missed.


    Boooooom.

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    The Funhouse scared the beejesus out of me when it came out. RIP Tobe, you'll be greatly missed.

    As for Poltergeist: there still is controversy as to who actually directed it. Hooper is credited but rumors have been flying since the movie came out that is was Spielberg who directed it. You can read about it here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polter...reative_credit

    All I hope is that Spielberg will keep his mouth shut and let Hooper keep the credit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marodi View Post
    The Funhouse scared the beejesus out of me when it came out. RIP Tobe, you'll be greatly missed.

    As for Poltergeist: there still is controversy as to who actually directed it. Hooper is credited but rumors have been flying since the movie came out that is was Spielberg who directed it. You can read about it here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polter...reative_credit

    All I hope is that Spielberg will keep his mouth shut and let Hooper keep the credit.
    I agree! A great film! It's not your typical horror schlock either. It's also in my collection such as Lifeforce above:


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    The Girl With All the Gifts
    Sadako vs Kayak
    Beware the Slenderman
    Creepy
    Split

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    Shut In
    Get Out
    Resident Evil The Final Chapter
    Prevenge
    The Bye Bye Man
    GhostWatch (1992)
    Rings
    A Dark Song
    Dig Two Graves
    The Devil's Candy
    From a House on Willow Street
    Life
    Raw
    It Comes at Night

    A Cure for Wellness
    The Blackouts Daughter
    The Lure
    Hounds of Love
    Noroi: The Curse
    Phoenix Forgotten

    Annabelle Creation
    Little Evil

    Those are the horror movies I have seen for the first time this year. The ones in bold are the only ones I would recommend, and some of them (Split, It Comes At Night, Prevenge) aren't technically "horror". The ones in italic are OKAY but I wouldn't tell people to seek them out. I think the best one I have seen this year, and that I still often think about, would be Hounds of Love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EPICRAGE View Post
    The Girl With All the Gifts
    Sadako vs Kayak
    Beware the Slenderman
    Creepy
    Split

    XX
    Shut In
    Get Out
    Resident Evil The Final Chapter
    Prevenge
    The Bye Bye Man
    GhostWatch (1992)
    Rings
    A Dark Song
    Dig Two Graves
    The Devil's Candy
    From a House on Willow Street
    Life
    Raw
    It Comes at Night

    A Cure for Wellness
    The Blackouts Daughter
    The Lure
    Hounds of Love
    Noroi: The Curse
    Phoenix Forgotten

    Annabelle Creation
    Little Evil

    Those are the horror movies I have seen for the first time this year. The ones in bold are the only ones I would recommend, and some of them (Split, It Comes At Night, Prevenge) aren't technically "horror". The ones in italic are OKAY but I wouldn't tell people to seek them out. I think the best one I have seen this year, and that I still often think about, would be Hounds of Love.
    thanks!

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    It will open at $117M, a record for an horror movie.

    http://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3...or-debut-ever/

    This is good news for horror fans.
    Hopefully, studios will green light more horror projects.

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    Has anyone seen The Hatred?
    It has terrible reviews but it seems like the only horror movies that get good reviews are the ones with a clever concept (the babadook, it follows, the monster.)
    I like clever concepts as much as the next guy, but the main reason I watch horror is to be scared by scary ghosts and shit.
    At any rate, before I go to the trouble of obtaining this thing, I wondered if any of you could tell me if it's worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Has anyone seen The Hatred?
    It has terrible reviews but it seems like the only horror movies that get good reviews are the ones with a clever concept (the babadook, it follows, the monster.)
    I like clever concepts as much as the next guy, but the main reason I watch horror is to be scared by scary ghosts and shit.
    At any rate, before I go to the trouble of obtaining this thing, I wondered if any of you could tell me if it's worth it.
    I haven't seen it. Like the premise. Added to watchlist.

    I agree that sometimes we have to take chances on those low-rated titles.

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    Watched It comes at night and The Vault last night. The first had a good atmosphere and some scary moments (6/10), but The Vault was pure trash, avoid at all cost.

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    Announced as the "final film" in the franchise, next year's Halloween sequel will tie up Jamie Lee Curtis' character's storyline (again). This feels very uninspired, on the other hand, Carpenter (producing only) promised to help make this the scariest movie in the series, which would be nice. I already know I'll see it on the big screen when it comes out, so I'm rooting for the project.

    http://variety.com/2017/film/news/jamie-lee-curtis-halloween-finale-set-2018-1202560418/

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    Quote Originally Posted by decadent View Post
    Watched It comes at night and The Vault last night. The first had a good atmosphere and some scary moments (6/10), but The Vault was pure trash, avoid at all cost.
    I saw It Comes at Night in theaters when it came out and thought it was quite a let down. And I enjoy moody, slow-burning movies, but it was just not going anywhere, really.

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