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    Well, in honor of this great day. Here is a tribute to Jason Voorhees:


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    Quote Originally Posted by EPICRAGE View Post
    I watched BETTER WATCH OUT, previously known as Safe Neighborhood, today. It was awesome! It may be my second favorite horror film of the year after Hounds of Love. I'd recommend watching it RIGHT NOW but go in without seeing the trailer. AVOID SPOILERS!
    Check out The Babysitter if you have the chance. In the same vein as Better Watch Out but with an added touch of comedy.

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    I watched Jigsaw today, and as someone who is a fan of the franchise despite IV-VII being very hit or miss, I found myself overall enjoying this latest entry. It offers nothing new with regards to the formula presented throughout the series--victims forced to endure elaborate traps while a group of law enforcement officials work in a race against time to catch the killer--but I did think it was a stronger entry in the series than the last few films. It moves at a brisk pace and kept my interest throughout. As someone who showed up to the theater every year on opening day to watch these movies it was very exciting to have another Saw movie on Halloween, although part of that is nostalgia. Jigsaw is a fun horror movie that I'd put above IV, V, VI, and VII (especially IV and VII), but as someone who recently revisited the series before this new entry came out, it doesn't touch the original or II and III, which still remain the strongest sequels, in my opinion. Worth a trip to the theater if you're a fan of the Saw franchise or want to watch a horror movie on the big screen for Halloween.

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    So far, this month. I've seen a damn good number of horror films. The Babadook, Raw, Jigoku, The VVitch, The Innocents, Rear Window, and the original version of Last House on the Left as I always like to think of October as the best damn month to see films. Especially as I'm watching these different kind of horror films that really come all sorts of places.

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    So we watched Raw and it is one of the best movies I've seen in awhile. The mrs thought so too.

    I personally didn't really think it was a horror movie. But it's insanely rich in subtext and meaning and just really stunning to watch.

    Also, it's now available on Netflix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    So we watched Raw and it is one of the best movies I've seen in awhile. The mrs thought so too.

    I personally didn't really think it was a horror movie. But it's insanely rich in subtext and meaning and just really stunning to watch.

    Also, it's now available on Netflix.
    Agreed. It's a pretty fucked up film but it's so incredible. The things that would happen to people who are vegetarians and what happens when they're forced to eat meat. There's some stuff in that film that is intense.

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    Watched Annabelle Creation last night. 100x better than the first one and overall, a great horror flick. The last hour or so was relentlessly tense. Really liked it.

    Ghost Adventures investigated the real doll last night as part of their 2-hour Halloween special. I'm gonna go watch this right now. They apparently took it out of her case.

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    Watched The Babadook last night for the first time...it was ok, I guess. I recommend tracking down a new-ish thriller movie called 'Pet'....and don't spoil it for yourself. Crazy good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deepvoid View Post
    Watched Annabelle Creation last night. 100x better than the first one and overall, a great horror flick. The last hour or so was relentlessly tense. Really liked it.

    Ghost Adventures investigated the real doll last night as part of their 2-hour Halloween special. I'm gonna go watch this right now. They apparently took it out of her case.
    Oh, well that's great news man.
    I was a little worried because it seemed like it wound up on dvd kind of fast (but my time perception might be off.)
    I'm gonna check it out today

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    Quote Originally Posted by thevoid99 View Post
    Agreed. It's a pretty fucked up film but it's so incredible. The things that would happen to people who are vegetarians and what happens when they're forced to eat meat. There's some stuff in that film that is intense.
    Sorry for double post but I really wanted to mention this.
    I thought that movie was pure allegory. I thought it was about going from a place of virginity to a place of carnality, on multiple levels

    Also I do agree with you that the film is pretty damn intense.
    Although the goal of the film is not to be frightening, I kind of feel like you need to be a horror fan to be able to handle the surface level subject matter.

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    After what you guys were saying about Raw I'm going to have to check it out. I watched Annabelle Creation I loved it, it was better than the first one however I think the first one could have been better if they had edited it better. The problem with the first one was that it dragged too much and the pace of the movie was lost. They definitely needed to cut some scenes especially near the end at the apartment.

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    My wife and I were both really pleasantly surprised by Annabeele: Creation. There were parts of it that scared the hell out of the both of us and the cinematography was beautiful and felt like a Conjuring movie.

    So apparently, they are building a full on "Conjuring Cinematic universe." There's two spin offs in the works: The Nun and The Crooked Man, as well as The Conjuring Three.

    after seeing Annabelle Creation, I look forward to the spin offs and sequels. It wasn't Casablanca, but it's a frightening movie that's good enough to be connected to The Conjuring.

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    So I watched Night of the Demons (1988) last night with a friend and tonight I’m gonna watch a few Tales From The Crypt episodes!

    Happy Halloween everyone, make tonight count for horror!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Suicide View Post

    Happy Halloween everyone, make tonight count for horror!
    Hell yes man. Halloween is why we jumped on Annabelle: Creation.
    Happy Halloween, fellow horror fans!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    My wife and I were both really pleasantly surprised by Annabeele: Creation. There were parts of it that scared the hell out of the both of us and the cinematography was beautiful and felt like a Conjuring movie.

    So apparently, they are building a full on "Conjuring Cinematic universe." There's two spin offs in the works: The Nun and The Crooked Man, as well as The Conjuring Three.

    after seeing Annabelle Creation, I look forward to the spin offs and sequels. It wasn't Casablanca, but it's a frightening movie that's good enough to be connected to The Conjuring.

    http://movieweb.com/the-nun-movie-vi...uring-spinoff/


    I just read an article about the Conjuring universe and how they intend to expand on it. I look forward to The Nun a character I feel we haven't seen enough of yet.



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    I watched Hellraiser II on Halloween. I severely was deprived of good movie watching this season. Sucks.

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    Me and the girl I've been seeing went on a last minute whim and seen Happy Death Day super late last night. I was pleasantly surprised how much I liked it. In a current sea of nothing but paranormal films and their spin-offs it was nice to see a semi-slasher with a pretty decent plot.

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    You guys really need to check out The Autopsy of Jane Doe. For real.

    It's a little gem.

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    Cool. I'm always going to smile knowing that Roger Ebert gave The Devils Rejects a positive review saying all of things that was wrong with it but that was the reason why it's so fun.

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    This has my curiosity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sister Midnight View Post



    This has my curiosity.
    This house has fascinated me since I was 12 years old (I'm 28 this year) and I can't help but think it's awesome they're making this! However I have BELOW LOW expectations for this. I expect it to be a poor mix match of jump scares and not actually being creepy.

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    The Ritual (2017; I think Netflix has it marked as 2018) was great. I went in not knowing anything and was very happy I didn't spoil the experience beforehand.

    I'll tell you it's an English film (hullo), and it takes place in Sweden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    The Ritual (2017; I think Netflix has it marked as 2018) was great. I went in not knowing anything and was very happy I didn't spoil the experience beforehand.

    I'll tell you it's an English film (hullo), and it takes place in Sweden.
    A Podcast I listen to has plugged The Ritual since they have a horror and true crime fanbase. It's on my to watch list.

    I recently bought a month subscription for HorrorPack to get the exclusive blu-ray for this month, which is The Soska Sisters debut film Dead Hooker in a Trunk. I should get it this week. I can't wait. I have the DVD if someone here wants it cheap....?

    I also have a code for $3.00 off from next month's horror pack if anyone here is interested. PM me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    The Ritual (2017; I think Netflix has it marked as 2018) was great. I went in not knowing anything and was very happy I didn't spoil the experience beforehand.

    I'll tell you it's an English film (hullo), and it takes place in Sweden.
    we watched "the ritual" last night with our friends and it was awesome. exactly what i want out of a horror movie. i was enthralled the entire time. i also yelled/jumped at least 5 or 6 times...including once when a tent was unzipped (never gonna hear the end of that one).

    on friday night, my wife and i watched "ghost watch" on shudder. it's a BBC thing from 1992 that people basically thought was real when it aired. it obviously pre-dates paranormal activity and other such things, and if you didn't know it was a fictional thing (and believed in ghosts/hauntings) you would think it was a live BBC special that just happened to capture a ton of creepy shit happening. i was legitimately terrified by it (i had to turn on all the lights on my way back to the bathroom halfway through the movie, and refused to turn them off when i came back out).

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    Anyone in here seen a film from the Hatchet franchise? I bought the first film upon my friend's recommendation and recently bought Victor Crowley, 4th film in the franchise, this past week.

    Need to watch....


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