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Serp Mar 2nd, 2009 08:26 AM

Top 10 horror movies..
I was looking around the forums and didn't see one so I will create one now. What are your top 10 horror movies?

Tadao Mar 2nd, 2009 05:14 PM


10,000 Volt Ghost Mar 2nd, 2009 05:41 PM

Bad Taste
Dead Alive
Bio Zombie
Terror Firmer
Zombie 3 (With the Swash Buckling zombie)
The Crazies
Freddy Vs. Jason (Fire the torpedos!)
The Killer Condom
Jack Frost 2
The Stuff

Zomboid Mar 2nd, 2009 06:22 PM


executioneer Mar 2nd, 2009 07:20 PM

fear dot com

Serp Mar 2nd, 2009 10:37 PM

I'm just asking for peoples top 10... I need to increase my collection and just needed some selections.

Mockery Mar 3rd, 2009 12:44 AM

Ok, I gotta ask... why did you like Jack Frost 2 better than the original? The original had much better one-liners, better kills and better production value. The sequel, while still amusing (especially with the mini-Jacks), just doesn't compare to it if ya ask me.

Glad to see somebody else appreciates The Stuff though. Great flick.

pac-man Mar 3rd, 2009 01:03 AM

Killer Clowns from Outer Space
The Monster Squad
Jason X
Shaun of the Dead
Army of Darkness
Leprechaun in the Hood
Bride of Chucky
Return of the Living Dead
Anything parodied on MST 3K

Babs Mar 3rd, 2009 01:25 AM

Phantasm (Booooooy!)
The Gate, I'm going to have to say Gate 2 is tied for second as well, big deal
Tourist Trap
Dellamorte Dellamore (Cemetery Man)
Street Trash
Return of the Living Dead
Blood Sucking Freaks

Grislygus Mar 3rd, 2009 06:25 PM

Fuck horror movies, I'm just in it for the remakes!

10,000 Volt Ghost Mar 3rd, 2009 09:58 PM


Originally Posted by Mockery (Post 616879)
Ok, I gotta ask... why did you like Jack Frost 2 better than the original? The original had much better one-liners, better kills and better production value. The sequel, while still amusing (especially with the mini-Jacks), just doesn't compare to it if ya ask me.

Glad to see somebody else appreciates The Stuff though. Great flick.

Mainly because Jack 2 was worse. Me and my friends had all watched Jack 1. We all got together and were supposed to make a music video for our media productions class and instead we watched Jack 2 because no one had seen it yet. I have great memories of just watching it. The terrible production value(the Skinamax lense.) how the one guy came back with an eyepatch, the part where he froze the entire tropical island, the super soaker with the laser sights and of course the mini jacks.

Here's hoping for Jack 3!

The Stuff is great, I just love the guy in the beginning who thinks it's a great idea to see how it tastes.

If no one has seen Bio Zombie I highly recommend it. I bought it thinking it was going to be garbage and a laugh fest. Turns out it was actually a pretty cool movie.

TheBigMan045 Mar 3rd, 2009 11:31 PM

no real order but heres my top 10:
Bad Taste
Evil Dead 2
Halloween 2
Freddy v Jason
The Exorist
Shaun of the Dead
The return of the dead
Dawn of the dead (remake)
Bride Of Chucky
Childs Play

I agree with 10kVG with Bad Taste, Peter Jackson at his cheapest, and funniest

kidneyboy Mar 4th, 2009 01:35 AM

okay, here goes:

Dawn of the Dead - original
Evil Dead 1 & 2
Halloween and Halloween 2
Friday the 13th 4
Dead Alive
Redneck Zombies
Shaun of the Dead
Night of the Living Dead - Savini's remake
Splatter University

Geggy Mar 4th, 2009 02:31 AM

Bubba Ho Tep is a good movie to watch repeatedly.

electric ninja Mar 4th, 2009 04:57 AM

In no particular order

Evil dead
Army of darkness
Brain dead a.k.a dead alive
Black sheep
Dawn of the dead (original)
the Blob (also original)
Planet terror
the Thing

10,000 Volt Ghost Mar 4th, 2009 04:59 AM

The first day I got Bad Taste I must've watched it at least 3 times in a row I was so impressed with it.

Babs Mar 4th, 2009 07:31 AM

Bad Taste is like the only good movie with Harry Potter in it.

Mockery Mar 4th, 2009 08:11 AM

Then you haven't seen the original Troll.

Babs Mar 4th, 2009 08:41 AM

I totally forgot about Harry Potter, how could of I forgotten... and Julia Dreyfus

Harry Potter meets Seinfield, that's all I can think about now. Krammer comes in to see Jerry but instead he finds Sonny Bono turning into a giant pile of green shit and what looks to be George wandering around, sweating, reading a magazine.....naked.

Kitsa Mar 4th, 2009 11:04 AM

1)Ju-on, the V-Cinema release, for sheer creepiness (fuck the stupid Grudge shit)
2)Battle Royale
3)Ebola Syndrome (second only in fuck-upedness to Ichi the Killer, which I don't consider horror)
4)Friday the 13th Part VIII- Jason Takes Manhattan (sentimental value, it's my favorite Jason)
5) Uzumaki (there's one scene that I know damn well is coming and it makes me jump every single time)
6)The Dawn of the Dead remake (with zoombies)/ Shaun of the Dead (tie)
7) Popcorn and Shocker, tied (blast from the past)
8) It (jeebus gods was Tim Curry good, but I can't bring myself to watch it too often so it's hard to call it a favorite)
9) Silent Night, Deadly Night
10) Prom Night 2: Hello Mary Lou

There are some that are warm fuzzies for me and don't quite make the list, like the Ghoulies and Critters series. Also, I'm a purist about my J-Horror and don't consider it all horror, so I left Suicide Circle and stuff like that off.

TheBigMan045 Mar 7th, 2009 07:37 PM

wouldnt really call it a horror movie, (Has one or two freaky parts) more of a black comedy but meet the feebles is an extremley twisted movie with puppets. The muppets on crack basically

Mockery Mar 7th, 2009 10:51 PM

My absolute favorite horror movie of all time is John Carpenter's "Prince Of Darkness". There never has and never will be a horror movie that tops that flick as far as I'm concerned.

That being said, here are some other horror movies that definitely make my favorites list (naturally, I've featured a most of them on the site before in some capacity):

-Phantasm 1 & 2 (absolutely original and manages to be both funny and truly creepy)

-A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (my favorite in the series)

-Halloween 3: Season of the Witch (such a fun flick and a great concept, you just gotta ignore the whole "it's not about Michael Myers" thing and accept that it's a stand-alone film)

-JAWS (sharks are awesome and any movie that manages to scare people about even setting foot in the water is aok in my book. Furthermore, Quint is one of the all-time greatest silver screen characters)

-Jack Frost (still one of the funniest horror comedies I've ever seen. Totally indie and underrated)

-Silent Night, Deadly Night (another extremely entertaining holiday horror flick that everybody should see. Punish!)

-Dark Night of the Scarecrow (a very creepy made for TV movie that gave myself and many other kids nightmares when they were younger)

-Night of the Creeps (you'll be hard-pressed to find a better movie about alien life forms infecting your brain and turning you into zombies)

-Dead Alive (screw LOTR, this is Peter Jackson's finest and most insanely gory cinematic work)

-Killer Klowns From Outer Space (cotton candy cocoons to store dead humans in? Genuis.)

-Day of the Dead (my favorite Romero flick and Bub the zombie rules)

-The Toxic Avenger (part horror, part comedy, all awesome and as indie as they come.)

-The Blob (the remake in 1989 is an absolute classic and it's extremely over the top with the gore in some scenes)

Babs Mar 8th, 2009 12:11 AM

Excellent choices for Phantasm amazing movies. I know I didn't list Dead Alive or Bad Taste (my favorites) but I love them more than anything. The first Jack Frost is a brilliant decision but it didn't quite make my top ten but never the less it's some classic cheese.

Kitsa Mar 8th, 2009 08:15 AM

The whole "flying silver orb of death" concept really fucked with me as a kid. I saw them in my peripheral vision a lot.

MarioRPG Mar 8th, 2009 03:12 PM

Dead Alive. YES.

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