The Official Horror Movie Thread

RREEEEEEEEE

RREEEEEEEEE

curry
-
Joined
Nov 7, 2017
Messages
18,909
I am obsessed with horror movies. I have almost 500 titles under my belt, even though this number could have been a lot higher if it weren't for long periods where I didn't watch a single horror movie. ITT let's talk about horror movies. What horror movie is your favorite? Which one is the worst? Which releases are you looking forward to? And what did you watch most recently? As for me, I am planning on watching The Fly 2 tomorrow, skipping the original and going straight for the sequel. I am genuinely excited for the upcoming Grudge movie, the rating on IMDb is quite disappointing, but ratings don't mean anything. Although it does influence curious people as to whether or not they should watch it. Even the 2004 version has a 5.9 albeit with almost 135,000 votes.
 
Einon

Einon

The lunatics have taken over the asylum.
-
Joined
Jan 6, 2019
Messages
11,817
I watched hereditary,it was pretty good.
 
RREEEEEEEEE

RREEEEEEEEE

curry
-
Joined
Nov 7, 2017
Messages
18,909
I watched hereditary,it was pretty good.
It seemed like a big hit. I watched it as well and it was enjoyable, two moments were creepy in my opinion when
the mom is possessed and chases the son; specifically when he hides in the cellar (is that the word?) And she is on the ceiling banging her head repeatedly against the ceiling door (is that the word?) And the other one being a few moments later where she's cutting her own head off with a wire while staring at her son.

Also people thought I was messed up for laughing when
the low IQ sister gets decapitated. I laughed because I didn't expect it to happen.
 
N-Digger

N-Digger

aussiecel
-
Joined
Jun 27, 2019
Messages
436
What is your favourite horror movie of all time? What is your favourite horror movie franchise?
 
RREEEEEEEEE

RREEEEEEEEE

curry
-
Joined
Nov 7, 2017
Messages
18,909

Loved this one
Noroi: the Curse is one of my favorites. It's amazing. I have only watched it twice or thrice and I remember showing it to my Chaddam friend who was into horror movies at the time. Towards the ending sequence he told me to shut it off repeatedly and walked away. He stopped watching horror movies thereafter.
What is your favourite horror movie of all time? What is your favourite horror movie franchise?
My favorite horror movie of all time? Wow, that is tricky.. there are so many horror movies that I love so much that I can't just pick one. I think I will go for I Saw the Devil. Same thing goes for franchise. I might have to go with A Nightmare on Elm Street, though. However whenever I binge watch Halloween or Friday the 13th, those become my favorites. What about you?
 
0x3nf4rt

0x3nf4rt

Officer
-
Joined
Sep 28, 2019
Messages
584
Noroi: the Curse is one of my favorites. It's amazing. I have only watched it twice or thrice and I remember showing it to my Chaddam friend who was into horror movies at the time. Towards the ending sequence he told me to shut it off repeatedly and walked away. He stopped watching horror movies thereafter.

My favorite horror movie of all time? Wow, that is tricky.. there are so many horror movies that I love so much that I can't just pick one. I think I will go for I Saw the Devil. Same thing goes for franchise. I might have to go with A Nightmare on Elm Street, though. However whenever I binge watch Halloween or Friday the 13th, those become my favorites. What about you?
Can you help me with the name of a movie
All I remember it was b&w
It was really weird and I don't think there was audio
There's this figure that's sitting on a rocking chair in this weird house
This person/thing was wearing a white sheet?
Can't really remember what it was doing exactly
But I think it was bleeding?
There was a scene of somebody crawling on the ground
 
N-Digger

N-Digger

aussiecel
-
Joined
Jun 27, 2019
Messages
436
Noroi: the Curse is one of my favorites. It's amazing. I have only watched it twice or thrice and I remember showing it to my Chaddam friend who was into horror movies at the time. Towards the ending sequence he told me to shut it off repeatedly and walked away. He stopped watching horror movies thereafter.

My favorite horror movie of all time? Wow, that is tricky.. there are so many horror movies that I love so much that I can't just pick one. I think I will go for I Saw the Devil. Same thing goes for franchise. I might have to go with A Nightmare on Elm Street, though. However whenever I binge watch Halloween or Friday the 13th, those become my favorites. What about you?
I don't really watch any horror movies. The last one I watched was Cabin the the Woods and I thought it was bad. Everyone was saying how good it was and it received good reviews online, but for me it didn't live up to my expectations.
 
ArthurFleck886

ArthurFleck886

Recruit
-
Joined
Dec 23, 2019
Messages
14
My dream is to be Jigsaw
 
HeebJesus

HeebJesus

Officer
-
Joined
Jul 26, 2018
Messages
541
Ever seen the Poughkeepsie tapes?
 
Excluded

Excluded

My life are just failed copes
-
Joined
Aug 2, 2019
Messages
1,395
The problem with horror movies is theres so much trash in this genre. I wish they did better plots and with more artistical value.
 
Damo the incel

Damo the incel

Tfu on ugly femorloids
-
Joined
Jun 23, 2018
Messages
11,950
@Nothingness what is your favourite
 
FinnCel

FinnCel

Alcoholcel
-
Joined
Dec 13, 2018
Messages
19,885
I recommend the Grudge series.
I have a crush on Kayako. I want her to haunt me
 
BachusPL

BachusPL

Officer
-
Joined
Sep 11, 2019
Messages
911
Our life is the best horror movie
 
A

Allblueeeee

Knajjd is life <3-Knajjd Fanclub Leader-Midfacecel
-
Joined
Dec 11, 2017
Messages
2,827
1577968855237.png


this one is pretty good tbh
very bad IMDb rating(5.9) which I don't understand
oh btw the trailer is also bullshit, just watch the film if you haven't and don't read anything about it.
I highly recommend it, its not very popular tho
 
Last edited:
FastBananaCEO

FastBananaCEO

Oii Walahi, allow me dat custom title ting my g
-
Joined
Nov 12, 2019
Messages
4,112
I find horror movies boring ngl
 
RREEEEEEEEE

RREEEEEEEEE

curry
-
Joined
Nov 7, 2017
Messages
18,909
Can you help me with the name of a movie
All I remember it was b&w
It was really weird and I don't think there was audio
There's this figure that's sitting on a rocking chair in this weird house
This person/thing was wearing a white sheet?
Can't really remember what it was doing exactly
But I think it was bleeding?
There was a scene of somebody crawling on the ground
Late response, but you are talking about Begotten. It is from 1990! Enjoy. It is really just an experimental, artsy fartsy horror "movie," I have never watched it myself but I knew exacty what you were talking about.
I don't really watch any horror movies. The last one I watched was Cabin the the Woods and I thought it was bad. Everyone was saying how good it was and it received good reviews online, but for me it didn't live up to my expectations.
Cabin in the Woods is only good to horror fans, and bad to non-horror fans.
 
IamJacksBrokenHeart

IamJacksBrokenHeart

Trash of this Forum
-
Joined
May 7, 2018
Messages
5,026
i really liked as aboce so below and room 1408
 
RREEEEEEEEE

RREEEEEEEEE

curry
-
Joined
Nov 7, 2017
Messages
18,909
Ever seen the Poughkeepsie tapes?
Yes! One of my favorites. The interview scene with the victim gives me goosebumps all the time. BTW, there is a theory floating around that asserts that the killer is the interviewer, because the victim says "I don't know what you want me to say." That makes it even creepier, if you ask me.
i really liked as aboce so below and room 1408
So Above was indeed awesome to watch. I hage not watched Room 1408, I will watch tomorrow.
The problem with horror movies is theres so much trash in this genre. I wish they did better plots and with more artistical value.
Well, if you want a horror movie with a good plot, you should really go for mystery thrillers.
No. I don't like japaniece stuff. I have a strong aversion to everything japanese
But why? The Japanese place importance on atmosphere rather than cheap jump tactics.
I recommend the Grudge series.
I have a crush on Kayako. I want her to haunt me
I love the series, no idea how you can get turned on by her. Hearing her death rattle freaks me out.
View attachment 184327

this one is pretty good tbh
very bad IMDb rating(5.9) which I don't understand
oh btw the trailer is also bullshit, just watch the film if you haven't and don't read anything about it.
I highly recommend it, its not very popular tho
IMDb ratings are a bad indication for horror movies. The Grudge has a meagre 5.9, and its follow up an even lower score, but The Grudge 2 is the scariest English-language horror movie to me, and ironically enough it is technically Japanese. Anyway I will watch Kristy tomorrow, I have heard it mentioned quite often but never bothered to watch it.
 
Last edited:
ihaveno1

ihaveno1

Paragon
-
Joined
Nov 11, 2018
Messages
18,739
Nice thread, ive been watching more horror movies lately. I really liked "Haunter", it was really well-written and very suspenseful, though the main character is a jb there is no teen love and the story takes place in the 1980s. Others I liked that i watched recently were "Farm house" "The hole in the ground" and "Wildling"

As for horror movies i recommend not to watch: "The Blackcoats daughter" way too confusing for me though the ending isn't bad if u like dark shit, "Shut it" way too predictable and not that scary, "Don't blink" shit ending and sui fuel to watch as an incel tbh
 
0x3nf4rt

0x3nf4rt

Officer
-
Joined
Sep 28, 2019
Messages
584
Late response, but you are talking about Begotten. It is from 1990! Enjoy. It is really just an experimental, artsy fartsy horror "movie," I have never watched it myself but I knew exacty what you were talking about.
Thanks! I'm going to rewatch it:feelslala:
 
IamJacksBrokenHeart

IamJacksBrokenHeart

Trash of this Forum
-
Joined
May 7, 2018
Messages
5,026
So Above was indeed awesome to watch. I hage not watched Room 1408, I will watch tomorrow.
i loved the ties to dantes inferno
my favourite horror movie ngl
 
RREEEEEEEEE

RREEEEEEEEE

curry
-
Joined
Nov 7, 2017
Messages
18,909
Nice thread, ive been watching more horror movies lately. I really liked "Haunter", it was really well-written and very suspenseful, though the main character is a jb there is no teen love and the story takes place in the 1980s. Others I liked that i watched recently were "Farm house" "The hole in the ground" and "Wildling"

As for horror movies i recommend not to watch: "The Blackcoats daughter" way too confusing for me though the ending isn't bad if u like dark shit, "Shut it" way too predictable and not that scary, "Don't blink" shit ending and sui fuel to watch as an incel tbh
Thanks, glad you like the thread! Always nice to talk to fellow horror fans. Where did you watch these movies? I actually watched The Blackcoat's Daughter when it was released, but back then it was called February. I enjoyed it. I do not remember it as confusing, I actually forgot about it. I remember liking the atmosphere.
i loved the ties to dantes inferno
my favourite horror movie ngl
What else do you like?
 
RemoveNormalfags

RemoveNormalfags

no one has ever accepted me
-
Joined
Jul 8, 2019
Messages
7,259
What do I watch tonight?
Any recommendations?
 
ThoughtfulCel

ThoughtfulCel

G.O.R.I.L.L.A.Maxing
-
Joined
Sep 30, 2019
Messages
1,193
Where do you guys watch older horror movies. I'm a netflixcel but most of theirs are shit.
 
Fat Link

Fat Link

The Holy Emissary of Sacred Wizchan™
-
Joined
Jul 31, 2019
Messages
1,234
Greatest horror movie of all time right here in this video in my opinion.
 
HowCanSheSlap

HowCanSheSlap

Veteran
-
Joined
Sep 6, 2019
Messages
1,114
I'm a Saw, Insidious and Conjuring universe fanboy. James Wan is a legend. Haven't seen a movie that he's had a role in yet to dissapointed (although the latest Anabelle was a bit shit).
 
RREEEEEEEEE

RREEEEEEEEE

curry
-
Joined
Nov 7, 2017
Messages
18,909
What do I watch tonight?
Any recommendations?
I recommend The Ring or Lake Mungo.
Where do you guys watch older horror movies. I'm a netflixcel but most of theirs are shit.
I torrent them. Rarbg.to is a good place for torrents in my opinion.
Greatest horror movie of all time right here in this video in my opinion.
I have actually never watched this because reddit soyboys kept praising it over and over and over and over again that it put me off. Same with the Babadook, The Fly, The Witch although I watched it.
I'm a Saw, Insidious and Conjuring universe fanboy. James Wan is a legend. Haven't seen a movie that he's had a role in yet to dissapointed (although the latest Anabelle was a bit shit).
The first Saw is really good. Same goes for Insidious. Have you watched Dead Silence? I think it is on par with Insidious or even better if you ask me. I think I will go with being better.
 
EyesAreSoCold

EyesAreSoCold

Wizard
-
Joined
Feb 23, 2018
Messages
4,472
I am obsessed with horror movies. I have almost 500 titles under my belt, even though this number could have been a lot higher if it weren't for long periods where I didn't watch a single horror movie. ITT let's talk about horror movies. What horror movie is your favorite? Which one is the worst? Which releases are you looking forward to? And what did you watch most recently? As for me, I am planning on watching The Fly 2 tomorrow, skipping the original and going straight for the sequel. I am genuinely excited for the upcoming Grudge movie, the rating on IMDb is quite disappointing, but ratings don't mean anything. Although it does influence curious people as to whether or not they should watch it. Even the 2004 version has a 5.9 albeit with almost 135,000 votes.
I'm also a fan of horror, but I think it's generally a crappy genre where movies are mostly just worth watching once, but it's a good scare and good for low attention span people like me that can't focus unless I'm scared to shit. My favourites are:
The exorcist
The ring
Babadook
Sinister
Conjuring 1&2(jumpscary but still good)
Hereditary

I'm looking forward to the new lovecraft movie Colour out of Space
 
zangano1

zangano1

The truest of cels
-
Joined
Nov 8, 2017
Messages
16,577
I watched IT 2 this year, probably the worst movie I have ever seem
 
Blacktarpill

Blacktarpill

Beta "male" - "man" let
★★★★★
Joined
Sep 28, 2018
Messages
26,280
I need to grow some balls cuz if its about stalking, i get creeped out.
 
Dionysus

Dionysus

Paragon
-
Joined
Feb 17, 2019
Messages
17,302
I haven't watched many but The Thing 1982 is my favorite. Have you seen it and thoughts?
 
RREEEEEEEEE

RREEEEEEEEE

curry
-
Joined
Nov 7, 2017
Messages
18,909
Thanks, I might check this one out
Which one are you talking about? I have watched The Ring a couple of times already, but Lake Mungo is the type of movie you just watch once, or at least that is how I am doing it. For me, it has no replay value even though it is a movie that stuck with me for quite some time.

I'm also a fan of horror, but I think it's generally a crappy genre where movies are mostly just worth watching once, but it's a good scare and good for low attention span people like me that can't focus unless I'm scared to shit.
I have seen nearly all of your favorite horror movies save for The Babadook because of reddit's r/horror circle-jerk. The Ring is also one of my favorites. Have you seen the original?

I watched IT 2 this year, probably the worst movie I have ever seem
I have only watched part 1, I thought it was quite enjoyable though.

I need to grow some balls cuz if its about stalking, i get creeped out.
Then I suggest you don't watch 2014's Creep.

These were some pretty decent clown movies.
I have only watched Clown (2014) - I really liked it, and I was quite surprised at the on-screen gore that they showed considering the movie has kids in it.

is it interesting? most japanese horror movies are slow af and shitty
It's very interesting and well-made, but it is VERY slow. Indeed, Japanese horror movies are mostly slow-burners, but, it serves a purpose: creating a dreadful atmosphere that keeps building up. That is how I will precisely describe Noroi: the Curse as well. I think it's worth to watch it, just so you can say "So, I have finally watched it." You can watch it on Kissasian.sh - English subtitles are included.

I haven't watched many but The Thing 1982 is my favorite. Have you seen it and thoughts?
I have actually never seen it, but I have heard about it very often. The horror subreddit is obsessed with it and that's what turned me off from watching it; constantly topping every "Best Horror Movie Ever" list. It just annoyed me that I was put off by the idea of watching it. But after having spent enough time away from that subreddit and as well fellow incels' loving it, I think I will watch it. No, I WILL watch it. Tomorrow. I'll post a link to my review if you want.

dont agree.
Middle part was definetly the best but the ending was also good
Middle part? What part is that exactly? Personally I found the ending to be the best as I described the two scenes I personally found to be creepy.
 
Einon

Einon

The lunatics have taken over the asylum.
-
Joined
Jan 6, 2019
Messages
11,817
Middle part? What part is that exactly? Personally I found the ending to be the best as I described the two scenes I personally found to be creepy.
first decapitation mogged all the rest imo
 
carticel

carticel

| Privateschoolcel | 16 | Camuscel |
-
Joined
Oct 8, 2019
Messages
2,469
I am obsessed with horror movies. I have almost 500 titles under my belt, even though this number could have been a lot higher if it weren't for long periods where I didn't watch a single horror movie. ITT let's talk about horror movies. What horror movie is your favorite? Which one is the worst? Which releases are you looking forward to? And what did you watch most recently? As for me, I am planning on watching The Fly 2 tomorrow, skipping the original and going straight for the sequel. I am genuinely excited for the upcoming Grudge movie, the rating on IMDb is quite disappointing, but ratings don't mean anything. Although it does influence curious people as to whether or not they should watch it. Even the 2004 version has a 5.9 albeit with almost 135,000 votes.
I can't watch horror movies. They are too scary.
I love reading horror stories though
 
RemoveNormalfags

RemoveNormalfags

no one has ever accepted me
-
Joined
Jul 8, 2019
Messages
7,259
Which one are you talking about? I have watched The Ring a couple of times already, but Lake Mungo is the type of movie you just watch once, or at least that is how I am doing it. For me, it has no replay value even though it is a movie that stuck with me for quite some time.
Oh I'm dumb and quoted your whole comment.
I watched The Ring a few years ago, but as you said, a rewatch might be worth it.
But I meant Lake Mungo.
I already watched a trailed and it looks interesting.
 
TheSecondComing

TheSecondComing

no looks no life
-
Joined
Oct 1, 2018
Messages
13,248
none for me, too scary
 
Valiant Virgin

Valiant Virgin

Just a face in the crowd
-
Joined
Nov 7, 2018
Messages
6,364
I don't really watch any horror movies. The last one I watched was Cabin the the Woods and I thought it was bad. Everyone was saying how good it was and it received good reviews online, but for me it didn't live up to my expectations.
I thought Cabin in the Woods was really bad, trying too hard to be clever, but then I watched it in the expectation it was going to be a standard horror, I didn't realise it was one of these movies trying to be too clever for its own good. I wouldn't take it as an indicator of the wider horror genre.

I often find widespread popular opinion differs from my perception of a film. I watched one a few months ago, can't remember the name but it had some omnipresent giant creature who was extremely sensitive to sound and the protagonists had to be constantly on eggshells, trying to avoid making a sound to avoid detection and destruction by it. Most reviews lauded it as some sort of modern masterpiece but I found it incredibly boring to the point I can't even remember its name.
 
RREEEEEEEEE

RREEEEEEEEE

curry
-
Joined
Nov 7, 2017
Messages
18,909
first decapitation mogged all the rest imo
I burst out laughing when I saw it. Not because I enjoyed it, but, because I never saw it coming.

I can't watch horror movies. They are too scary.
I love reading horror stories though
You will get over your fear one day. I remember being in elementary school and seeing a still frame of Chucky in Seed of Chucky. I legit started bawling. Now I watch the scariest shit ever all by myself at night. If I can do it, so can you. Also, I am such a big fan of creepypasta! I love reading scary stories as well but I don't think I could go through books. I do remember reading Goosebumps books when I was in elementary school, though.

Oh I'm dumb and quoted your whole comment.
I watched The Ring a few years ago, but as you said, a rewatch might be worth it.
But I meant Lake Mungo.
I already watched a trailed and it looks interesting.
No, you're not dumb. It is I who is dumb. He he he. Anyway, let me know what you think of Lake Mungo once you've seen it. Before watching it, I remember people talking about "THAT scene" and obviously I never knew what it was, until I watched the movie and figured out what "THAT scene" might be. I have to say that "THAT scene" did stick with me for more than I'd like to admit. I would legit go to the bathroom to take a leak and then sprint my way back after washing my hands. Good times.

none for me, too scary
One day you will! Start off with less scary movies... try going for horror comedies or PG-13 horror movies. Or, black-and-white horror movies from the 1960s, 1950s, 1940s, et cetera.

I found it incredibly boring to the point I can't even remember its name.
You are talking about A Quiet Place. I actually enjoyed it, there is a sequel coming out this year. By no means was it a masterpiece, though.


Nope not a fan of reading subtitles
That is too bad. I have found that the best horror movies I have ever watched were non-English.
 
azakhan

azakhan

slavcel manlet with a raisin dick
-
Joined
Oct 1, 2019
Messages
1,996
ngl I hate being scared and I don't watch horror movies. Only ones I've seen were Hills Have Eyes and Mama
Intro from the first one still seems creepy as fuck to me.

oh and I've seen Diatlov Pass movie with time travel but it was mostly funny.
 
RREEEEEEEEE

RREEEEEEEEE

curry
-
Joined
Nov 7, 2017
Messages
18,909
ngl I hate being scared and I don't watch horror movies. Only ones I've seen were Hills Have Eyes and Mama
Intro from the first one still seems creepy as fuck to me.

oh and I've seen Diatlov Pass movie with time travel but it was mostly funny.
That is the thing, I don't get scared by horror movies. At the most, I get creeped out. Even this happens very rarely. So I am always looking for a movie that can creep me out. Last movie to somewhat accomplish this was Hereditary. But nothing - save for one horror movie - that makes me close my eyes. Albeit I close my eyes during the rewatching of that movie not because I am too scared to watch it, but because I want to preserve the feeling I had when I watched it the first time, and it scared me shitless. I have seen both movies you mentioned, and I have not only seen the original THHE but also the remake. I think the remake is more gruesome. Same thing goes for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the remake is more brutal than the original due to superior film-making skills. I have not seen the Diatlov Pass movie, though.
 
azakhan

azakhan

slavcel manlet with a raisin dick
-
Joined
Oct 1, 2019
Messages
1,996
That is the thing, I don't get scared by horror movies. At the most, I get creeped out. Even this happens very rarely. So I am always looking for a movie that can creep me out. Last movie to somewhat accomplish this was Hereditary. But nothing - save for one horror movie - that makes me close my eyes. Albeit I close my eyes during the rewatching of that movie not because I am too scared to watch it, but because I want to preserve the feeling I had when I watched it the first time, and it scared me shitless. I have seen both movies you mentioned, and I have not only seen the original THHE but also the remake. I think the remake is more gruesome. Same thing goes for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the remake is more brutal than the original due to superior film-making skills. I have not seen the Diatlov Pass movie, though.
What is the movie that makes you close your eyes?
Also what did you think about Mama?
 
zangano1

zangano1

The truest of cels
-
Joined
Nov 8, 2017
Messages
16,577
I have only watched part 1, I thought it was quite enjoyable though.
First one could have been great but that faggot from stranger things didnt stop making jokes the whole fucking movie, literally every dialogue had a joke. Capeshit has done too much damage to the film industry
 
Top