Best horror movie that you have seen?
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Which is the best horror movie that you have seen? I would like to watch all of them. For me, I loved the Paranormal Activity series.Answers to this question:
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When I think horror Stephen King immediately comes to mind. Unfortunately, even with their special effects, the movies don't do as much for me as the books. For example, "Carrie" was his first book that made it possible for him to give up his day job and write full time. The book was good but the movie was a sleeper.
On the other hand, "Pet Sematery" was impossible to put down as a book. As for the film, I wouldn't leave it even to pee. It was one of the few films that I've seen that stayed very to close to the book and had the right actors to make the characters believable.
Pet Sematary is the one.
Thanks Marlin. Pet Sematery is in my list now.
"The Haunting of Hill House", by Shirley Jackson, was titled,"The Haunting", in its movie version.
I have never seen a scarier movie, before or since its release.
It starred Julie Harris and Russ Tamblyn and so inspired my goosebumps to have goosebumps.
It differs greatly from any cheap ghost thriller in every way.
The authoress stated that she, "never slept in her bedroom without the lights full on" and I suspect, as I do the same, that I know precisely what she experienced that might have motivated her to write that book.
I think I have heard of this. Haven't seen it though. Thanks Paul.
Though I generally don't watch & like horror movies. But I can suggest one but don't know if it actually comes under horror movie list... ..sleepy Hollow.
I have seen this one Deepti. It is pretty good.
Total Answers: 5, Total Page Views: 335.I'm a fan of The Hammer Films, a British studio that really cashed in on Technicolor blood, beautiful women and fabulous sets. Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee were always the leading men . . . sometimes the good guys, sometimes evil, sometimes working together. Two favs of these are "The Horror Express" and "Frankenstein Created Woman."
Also, I recommend "Village of the Damned" (George Sanders) and John Carpenter's "The Thing". Alfred Hitchcock is always good, a set of films never to be viewed after dark. "Alien" was rather horrific if you want a more Sci-Fi twist. There is so much to choose from!
Thanks Octavia. Will start watching them one after the other. I have never really seen British horror.
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