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Personal Favorite Horror Film of All Time?

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  2. The Excorcist gets a lot of mention, but for whatever reason I was never that into that film. I recognize it's terror quality, but it wasn't my style.

    Personally I prefer the original Alien. A bit outdated, but still a phenomenal film. Ironically, the "deleted scenes" that didn't make the theatrical release (such as Ripley finding a cocooned Capt. Dallas and Bret) are some of the most effective in the film. Ridley Scott cut the scene because he thought it was too long.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzmZiZaj81o&NR=1

    The Japanese do horror better than us Americans though.

  3. Satan's School for Girls. And The Abominable Dr. Phibes.

  4. I feel as though the makers of "attack of the mushroom people" feel slightly slighted, Rain. :-)

  5. Rest Stop.
    I haven't seen many horror films, but this one is great!

    I saw The Collector last night and freaked out!!! I still don't know if the movie was good. I cried without tears for the entire movie and once it was done and the two other people in the theatre had left and the lights were back on, I sat in my seat and screamed for a few minutes until the staff came in to clean.

  6. I'm not a horror connoisseur but probably the Shining, even if it was pretty unfaithful to the actual novel. I wish it had been, as this would have made it much better, but still, great film.

  7. aww man Alien is a killer horror flick. Def in the top 10 of all time

  8. hmmmmmmmmmm I'm having a problem picking between The Ring and any of the Saw movies.

  9. The Ring.

    @bats: Saw vs. movie that doesn't depend so heavily on graphics? :O (Okay, they were fun though.)

  10. Halloween of course. I actually blogged about this very movie today.

  11. 6th sense... although it's not exactly 'horror' it has an immense plot!!

  12. chadoates stole the words out of my mouth. I don't care for horror movies anymore, but when I did, it was 'The Shining'.

  13. @neurotype...ya I know! thinking about it, I with you on The Ring, watching tv just was never the same again after I saw that movie.

  14. Sorry haha, I'm surprised you're the only other person to think that though

  15. LOL My brain works differently than most other ppl. :)

  16. High School Musical scariest [censored] I've ever seen!

  17. @nyctiropist haha. thinking outside of the box. im diggin that

  18. Hmm, hard. Halloween both versions are very good but I think it would have to be the film The Host :)

  19. The Shining (original w/Jack) still creeps me out, but The Grudge was the one that did me in, true horror.

  20. I agree with misterbooks, I love The Shining too. Takashi Shimizu is an absolute master at horror. Although I can't stand the remakes he did. The originals are far superior.

    Nightmare On Elm Street is a classic... More gore than chills but for a 80's child like me, it was brilliant.

    LMAO at nyctitropist, High School Musical terrified me too, not as much As that bloody Hannah Montana movie though *WRETCH*

    Ness

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