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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Well, that was crazy ride. I also just read a short bio on Susan Cabot the lead actress. She had a pretty rough end to her life.

    Btw, I was disappointed by the costume compared to the poster, but the killings in the movie made up for it.
    Glad you liked it, its a classic in the bad sense- I like the opening scenes with the ford pickup utility as my Father used to have the same car........ What out for the Royal Jelly!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AfterHours View Post
    As a note, if you're looking for the scariest film of all time (that is also an excellent movie, not just something pointless where a bunch of people die very shocking brutal, unwatchable deaths, like "Saw 17" or something...) ... it is David Lynch's Inland Empire. Though it is quite experimental, even for Lynch, so if you haven't seen it, you've been warned ... and don't watch it alone and in the dark (seriously)
    Saw is much more than people dying shocking and brutal deaths. They have great suspense. Actually very similar to Tosca that both are about having to do something abhorrent to save yourself or someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EddieRUKiddingVarese View Post
    Give Wasp Woman a whirl I've got it on DVD, its more stupid than scary.......
    wait! should this not b over in that "worst" thread thingy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldiat View Post
    wait! should this not b over in that "worst" thread thingy?
    What a good idea the worst movie ever thread - Plan 9 from outerspace would win I think
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    Young impressions (realdealblues) and stupid (Eddie) come to mind.

    House on Haunted Hill (1959), starring Vincent Price, Carol Ohmart, Elisha Cook. Directed by William Castle.



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    'Martyrs' and 'Inside'. Both French films and both difficult watches. Certainly not for everyone, but if you have a strong stomach and a sick mind they're belters.



    Last edited by Merl; May-24-2017 at 19:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merl View Post
    'Martyrs' and 'Inside'. Both French films and both difficult watches. Certainly not for everyone, but if you have a strong stomach and a sick mind they're belters.



    Wow I'll have to watch it, maybe a few coffees first!
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    here are 2 mayb not horror but "DEAD CALM" "DEAD RINGER" scary for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldiat View Post
    here are 2 mayb not horror but "DEAD CALM" "DEAD RINGER" scary for me
    Dead Ringer was ... disturbing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sloe View Post
    Saw is much more than people dying shocking and brutal deaths. They have great suspense. Actually very similar to Tosca that both are about having to do something abhorrent to save yourself or someone else.
    Yeah, Saw, Hostel, and Get Out. They all victimize the main character to the point that you get a huge elation when they start fighting back (and killing in the process).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Dead Ringer was ... disturbing
    did you see those tools he had built for .......

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldiat View Post
    did you see those tools he had built for .......
    It was a long time since I watched it. I don't remember
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Yeah, Saw, Hostel, and Get Out. They all victimize the main character to the point that you get a huge elation when they start fighting back (and killing in the process).
    It is not so much about fighting back. Mostly about cutting your foot off or you die. Hostel is just about psychopaths. Jigsaw really think he is doing justice. The villain is the one who is fighting. But I do not think they are horror more thriller. Everything in saw is too explainable.

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    Hobo with a Shotgun (2011) is classified as Action, Comedy, Horror. Talk about shotgunning the demographic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaneyes View Post
    Hobo with a Shotgun (2011) is classified as Action, Comedy, Horror. Talk about shotgunning the demographic.

    Looks like a must-see. Will put on top priority.
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