Started by TenseAndSober, April 22, 2003, 05:01:56 PM
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Quote from: MacGuffinQuote from: themodernage02haha, this is a terrible idea. apparently the best way to try to get people to watch horror movies is to watch a dozen or so and not like any of them. i'm the worst. Being that your dad is such a horror fan, at what point will he officially disown you for all these negative reviews of the 'classics'?
Quote from: themodernage02haha, this is a terrible idea. apparently the best way to try to get people to watch horror movies is to watch a dozen or so and not like any of them. i'm the worst.
Quote from: themodernage02the third was the most famous involving a doll that comes to life and attacks, which MUST be the main inspiration for the Treehouse of Horror where the krusty doll comes to life, probably moreso than any Chucky film.
Quote from: Ghostboy[Anyway, I watched Session 9 tonight and thought it was barely okay. It achieved some pretty good moments of sustained tension, but in an entirely arbitrary way -- it was just a random assortment of scary elements put together, and it doesn't get under your skin like good horror films do. The Shining seemed to be the obvious inspiration for the story, and it just goes to show how brilliant Kubrick was (like anyone needs any more proof). Good cast and a great location, though.
Quote from: GhostboyThat seems like a pretty accurate lists. There could be a few substitutes made here and there, but if you had to just pick 20, you wouldn't go wrong with any of these...I think. I haven't seen The Hitcher or (gasp) Jaws.Lost Highway, while very appropriate, is the only really oddball choice -- it's terrifying, but it's so unknown to wide audiences. I was happy to see it there.