Personally My Fav Is Friday The 13th
Personally My Fav Is Friday The 13th
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for me,the best horor movie was the exorcist because when i was little that was my first horor movie and it left a big impression on me!!!!
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There's a few. I'll go with The Thing (John Carpenter's).
"Scary" is entirely subjective. I've never watched any movie of that sort where I wasn't rooting for the protagonists to get slaughtered in gruesome ways. They don't scare me, and it's exactly the same for a lot of other people.
Therefore, your definition falls flat.
Also, I do not have a favorite horror movie. I find the whole genre to be pretty boring.
Yes but I think you have missed something. At no time did Red Koopa say that they found the Friday 13th Movies frightening just that they were their favourite horror movies. There is a possibility they may find them particularly well made or be a big Kevin Bacon fan and just happened to enjoy the rest of the series as well. Also, whilst I have not seen all of these movies so it may change later on but the ones I have seen you hardly feature Jason at all until somebody is getting killed and apart from a couple of minutes at the end he is not in the first two movies at all. Besides some slasher movies can be very scary and unsettling as anybody who has seen The Burning or the first Halloween may agree.
Back on topic though for me it is The Haunting (Original version)
When it comes to scary: Nightmare on Elm Street.
When it comes to pure entertainment and enjoyability: Halloween.
Not really sure about my favourite 'horror' film, but on one of them 'top100' programmes they had The Shining as #1. Not really scary, but then again no horror movie actually is. Still it's got a lot of suspense, and of course - Mad Jack, so it has to be good.
The Evil Dead.
Best horror flick ever.
Though when it comes to scariest horror film I'd have to go with Stephen King's It. It was the only movie that ever made me feel something that even remotely resembled fright.
Speaking of which, I hold Tim Curry personally responsible for my irrational fear of clowns...
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As Prak said, "scary" is subjective. I remember as a kid, The Exorcist was the scariest movie ever. When they re-released it, I went to go see it, and when it ended, a kid about the same age I was when I first saw it said "What's scary about that? It's stupid!" - I was like WHAT!!!
Now we have all these "Psychological Horror" movies from Japan. Don't get me wrong, they have good plots, but I don't find them scary.
Vastalis, do you mean the remakes or the actual japanese films?
my favorite horror movie, even though it probably doesn't count as one, is The Orphanage (AKA EL Orfanato). it was really scary and well made. i don't watch very many scary movies because i am a puss, so most of you will probably find this movie to be mild.
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My favorite horror film would have to be "The Sound of Music", mang that shit was terrorfying.
Dawn of the Dead
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A Scanner Darkly haunts me...even its not classified as horror.
Requiem for a Dream is just sick and there are some few cool parts in The Grudge 2.
28 Days Later is good and 28 Weeks Later is OK.
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