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Classic choice's thelivingroyale..
Dawn Of The Dead
Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (78)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The Last House On The Left
But I'm into all decades' horror really, beginning in the 20s with Nosferatu, then the Universal monsters of the 30s and some of the German expressionist thrillers and scary movies, with more Lugosi and Karloff in the 40s and then of course Hammer in the 50s along with great SciFi horror classics like Siegel's Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, Thing From Another World, ... The 60s and 70s are wonderful for horror fans: Psycho, Blood Feast, Peeping Tom, Rosemary's Baby, ... The 80s gave me my favourite horror killers: Freddy, Pinhead, Jason, ... And then pretty much everything the Major listed up from recent years. :)
Both lists are on-going, with a 1980-1989 list in the pipeline.
Noticed a few of the DVDs on the last pic. So you're a horror fan and a Tarantino fan? Me and you are going to get along just fine.
Hahaha, words to live by. Your man cave sounds awesome. Nice Alien/Predator collection too.
Best monster movie ever.
Cheers mate! He is a delicious monster isn't he? Fried Chicken??? :)
Thanks amigo. And great great movie.
Excellent collection, @OddJaws.
Yup. Big ol' party at mine this Halloween.. Not dressed as a Bond character?? Your not getting in!! :)
It will be nice to see Katharine Isabelle in a good horror film. I can't believe that it's been 12 years since the original Ginger Snaps.
The tag line reminds me of that of the JGTH trailer...
"Horror has many faces,
Death wears many different masks,
But pure evil has only one...
... and this is your final chance to see it."
IGN review Silent Hill 2.
Yes, she is:
@royale, I didn't really like the first Hatchet, I thought Hatchet II was better.
It's good to see that since being let go as Jason, Hodder has found a new signature character. :)
Each year, on Halloween, I submerse myself in what I find to be the 'perfect' Halloween trilogy, consisting of
*Halloween II (Carpenter)
*Halloween H20 (Miner)
I get a satisfying resolution and the required fun of this trilogy.
I watch the remainder of the films on other occasions and less frequently. Anyway, I'm a huge Halloween fan. :)
Good picks. The weird thing is that Halloweens 4, 5 and 6 are apparently in a separate universe from the Strode films, which doesn't make sense because Jamie is supposed to be Laurie's daughter. Yet Loomis has his scar from surviving the explosion in Halloween 2, however impossible that is, so that means that the two separate films must be connected. The timeline always confuses me because some things carry over, while others don't. Sadly the whole twist that Laurie and Michael were brother and sister was thrown in when no other ideas came to the board and the team needed to get out of a writing rut and finish the film. Halloween 2 was technically the end of Michael, and both he and Loomis were meant to have died in the explosion together. And since Carpenter never worked on another Halloween film after than, I think that was his ending for the story of Michael Myers.
Seriously? And I was rather looking forward to giving that one a try this week.
Anyway, please don't spoil it, friend. ;-) I'm going to make up my own demon mind. :)