Discussion in 'All Things Horror' started by Wrecky, Aug 12, 2016.
This is what I'm watching right now, anyone else love horror on Sunday nights?
First saw Nightmare 1 when I was 6, still freaks me out.
I'm not sure how old I was but definitely elementary school when I started watching these. The 3rd one was the only one that scared me. I was going to post a clip from it but I'm not sure where horror movies meet the gore rule. @Mark CM are we allowed to post clips of R rated movies that have gore in them? This rule is fuzzy to me.
I would say clips are okay because that requires pressing play. An image, you can't unsee or press pause.
Kids these days would probably want you to post a Trigger Warning before the clip, but I think we've babied millennials enough. This is the HORROR thread. They can use common sense.
That's a good judgement. Since kids have access to basically anything they want on the internet anyway, it will be up to them to click play or not. That being said, BIG trigger warning on this clip. Do not click if you are sensitive to real horror, gore, violence, self harm or suicide.
This is the part that freaked me out as a kid, the veins were a bit much for me back then but these days it's one of my favourite scenes
Oh man, the close-up on the feet is SIIIIIIIIIIIIICK. I totally didn't remember this scene. GROSS!
Lol this is one of those scenes that has stuck with me my entire life. I think I should post some more serious horror clips
OK this one really isn't bad but it's one of the first that came to my mind (from childhood memories) Puppetmaster from 1989, "Tunneler"
And this one from my teen years I have always liked a lot because of how well done it was.
Trigger warning for blood/SFX (I'm not actually trying to gross people out here, it just tends to happen)
I had terrors from the ghostbusters scene when, the slime crawled out of the tub toward the booty of the ghost lady
I saw Don't Breathe on Friday. Really enjoyed it. More tension than jumpscares. Constant sense of dread throughout the entire movie
Saw the trailer for this and couldn't decide if it was completely stupid or maybe good. I can't believe it topped the box office this weekend.
Watched Oculus on Saturday night because we wanted to watch a horror movie and it was the best-rated one on Netflix we hadn't watched yet. Definitely the best horror movie about a haunted mirror.
I loved the dual timeline aspect.
Yeah totally. It was executed really well, too.
I was really happy I liked the movie, because I know one of the stunt coordinators for it. Would have awkward if I thought it was terrible Haha
I haven't seen Oculus or Don't breathe but I will watch any horror movie at least once. I put them both on my list for when I finish the Friday the 13th series (yet again)
Whoa Oculus looks legit, and that's on Netflix? Awesommemememeee
Yeah, I thought the TV ads looked stupid when it came out so I passed it over because the premise is fucking retarded. But it's actually quite good. Hush is probably still my favourite Netflix horror though. I think I mentioned that one earlier in the thread.
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