@ssonalese · Posted 15 Aug. 2020
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@debkatz78 · Posted 16 Aug. 2020
This is a genre I can't really say I have any interest in. When I was growing up, my mother let me watch whatever I wanted most of the time so I was watching Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, and all the rest before I was even 10 years old. I think I just got burned out on it. The only one in recent years I remember enjoying was the Texas Chainsaw Massacre from 2003 I think it was.
@Tasty.Chicken · Posted 16 Aug. 2020
Not super into horror but I'd have to say Texas chainsaw massacre. It's what sticks out to me when I think of horror movies I've seen!
@JohnBelley · Posted 16 Aug. 2020
The Wailing. It's one of the only films where I watched it and then watched it immediately after. It's that wild and good. Top knotch storywriting.
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@wordwizard24 · Posted 16 Aug. 2020
Some of my favorite horror movies are
A nightmare on Elm street
The cabin in the Woods 2011
@Osheen.Sharma · Posted 12 Jun. 2021
The curse of La LLorna was one that scared me a bit. Other than that, I think Don't breathe is a pretty good one and the entire Insidious series because of how well all the movies are connected.
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@bomb · Posted 20 Sep. 2020
Top on my list is SAW (From 1 - 3). Next is the Wrong Turn to a dead end. These two movies may day back then. Scream also was a good one. I have watched many more, since am a fan of horror, but these stood out from the rest.
@Sarfraz.Ali · Posted 11 Sep. 2020
I don't personally adore horror movies , but the one that I've liked is 'Conjuring Part One' given that it gave me nightmares that continued for week after watching it.
@Pizzafan2020 · Posted 12 Sep. 2020
For me it would probably be the Scary movie series that came out back in 2000. It was kind of scary mixed with comedy. I haven't seen it in a long time maybe I'll watch it for Halloween this year.