Discussion in 'Chicago, IL' started by Drac39, Nov 1, 2003.
All right I was going to do this yesterday to celebrate halloween,but I`m a day late decide
I like the Hellraiser series.
Pinhead is much creepier than those other freaks.
If I were to pick one from the list, I'd have to go with good 'ol Freddy Krueger.
Yeah I forgot about him
[color=660099]I have a friend who is deathly afraid of gremlins. I like Nightmare on Elm personally.[/color]
I'm not a fan of the Friday the 13th films, or at least I haven't been since I was about 13 and found out there were alternate venues for viewing women's naughty bits.
Even the lesser Nightmare on Elm Streets had some interesting aspects, and Freddy is one of the great Hollywood monsters
Chucky was fun until the filmmakers realized he was getting laughed at. It takes a lot for a movie to make me really hate Jennifer Tilly (also see: Moving Violations)
Halloween just never spoke to me; perhaps I saw it at the wrong time.
But "Night of the Living Dead" is the cold black center of fear in cinema, if not the universe, where all other spooky ideas of past present and future originate. Some films require the right mood to be effective... Blair Witch was remarkable if you were able to see it before you got sick of hearing about it, and The Shining needs a bit of personal madness from the viewer before one really "gets" what's going on. But all George Romero asked of his audience was their attention toward the screen. Once he got that, the result was inevitable.
"They're coming to get you, Barbara."
Got to love the original Alien movie? In space no one can hear you scream!!!
the original Halloween....of course!
I pretty much don't like scary movies.
I prefer the classic horror movies, Frankenstein, Dracula. Even the silent Nosferatu.
Me too Amber,Nosferatu is one of my all time favorites.
I do not like scary movies but the one i was most afraid of was most likly jurrassic park when i was in first grade my mom said i had my head in her shoulders almot the entire movie.