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    Gotta check out this "Babadook" That will be next for me.

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    Alien (1979).

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    Guillermo del Toro's 'The Devil's backbone' is one of my favourites. It just about qualifies as a horror film.

    I also like some of the old Hammer films with Vincent Price, particularly 'The Masque of the Red Death' and 'Witchfinder General'.

    'Salem's Lot', where James Mason puts in a seriously creepy performance, is also very good.

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    Alien
    The Fly
    The Descent
    Event Horizon
    The Thing
    Invasion of the Body Snatchers (the original, but the remake is pretty good too)
    The Omen
    Hellraiser
    Evil Dead
    Suspiria

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    The Birds - 1963 (die Vögel)
    Ringu (リング) - 1998 (der Ring/The Ring)

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    The Princess Bride
    Bride of Frankenstein

    The Perfect Double Feature

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    Don't Look Now (1973)
    Director: Nicolas Roeg

    The Witch (2015)
    Director: Robert Eggers
    Last edited by Red Terror; Jan-27-2019 at 22:03.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Terror View Post
    Don't Look Now (1973)
    Director: Nicolas Roeg
    I was going to say the same. I'm not a huge fan of horror films, but Don't Look Now stands out.

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    Ah I always wish to watch Don’t Look Now but I did not know the title. I have seen clips before though always thought was film is this? Thank you.

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    I remembered a japanese horror that kind of impressed me, it was like a philosophical existentialist horror
    Kairo (2001)
    I also really like Lovecraft and the best lovecraftian horror movie by far is
    In the Mouth of Madness (1994)
    David Cronenberg did some excellent horror films such as
    The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)
    and the very disturbing film
    Dead Ringers

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    I remembered some more good horror films and one of them is a relatively recent one
    Gok-seong (2016)
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5215952/
    this is actually and intelligent horror that will keep you thinking about it after it is finished

    The Blair Witch Project
    this does not need introdution, it started the whole genre of the found footage films and is still the best of them all

    some more that I remember
    Villmark
    Mirrors
    Dead Silence
    The Wicker Man
    Sleepy Hollow
    The Cube
    Brotherhood of the Wolves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacck View Post
    I remembered some more good horror films and one of them is a relatively recent one
    Gok-seong (2016)
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5215952/
    this is actually and intelligent horror that will keep you thinking about it after it is finished
    The Wailing is very good. Jun Kunimura's acting was outstanding.
    Last edited by Red Terror; Jan-29-2019 at 00:28.

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