horror movies you like?

  • Midsommar = Blood Eagle :D

    Hopefully they did it to him after he died


    I'm not a gore hound although I do I enjoy some bloodletting here and there in my horror movies. The end of Martyrs was stuck in my head for days and not in a good way. Made me realize perhaps New French Extremity isn't for me lol

  • Midsommar = Blood Eagle :D

    Hopefully they did it to him after he died


    I'm not a gore hound although I do I enjoy some bloodletting here and there in my horror movies. The end of Martyrs was stuck in my head for days and not in a good way. Made me realize perhaps New French Extremity isn't for me lol

    I decided it was for me after watching RAW


    Martyrs was really disturbing, like really disturbing. It was as disturbing to me as

    Memories of Murder, which I forgot to add. I think it's one of the top most brilliant films in horror...reality.

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    when i find a movie that changes my perspective or makes me think, it finds a niche and crawls in and settles.


    What makes horror so interesting for me is that I get to imagine what I'd do in those situations and try to understand how maybe others might act or react or not be able to react/respond. I get that life isn't always peaches and cream and rainbows and sunshine. There is the otherworldliness of seeing alien thought. There are the cliches and tropes of the mundane everyday repetitive robot people and then there are the protagonists and antagonists, who may have begun as those boring bots. You want them to succeed, you get a rush from seeing them escape and survive against the odds. You can feel the danger from the comfort of your own home. You get to take a dump without worrying if a dinosaur is about to rip off the roof and eat you alive, you get to sleep as much as you need and not (well, not really) worry about a cultist axe murderer coming to torture you. It's escapism and still it's fantasy in a way that seems more real than my own life. You can take the unacceptable and decide on the ideas that you want to reconsider for yourself. you can be immersed in a different world for that hour or so and time travel yourself back, unlimited do overs and extra lives. i suppose it's that wistful romantic in me that enjoys the thrill of the adventure and the age old fight of man v man.


    i might go into cultural horror on another rant but ye, that's all for now, i just woke up, lol.

  • It isn’t necessary when you watch people being decapitated and dismembered or being tired up and having pot shots of. I’m not talking about cops and robbers and a bit of bang, bang, you’re dead. The type of violence I’m referring to is extreme and unsettling and that can be in mainstream movies. I’m not going to sit here and argue with you all day about something as trivial as whether I like horror movies, I was just posting an opinion on it. Could you please give it a rest now? We’ve both made our point.

    Thats gore and slasher,sometimes categorized under thriller,,so ur okay with movies about ghosts??

       

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  • Memories of Murder was fantastic. Reminds me of the first season of True Detective where in real life (at least in-universe as far as TD is concerned) nothing is really solved. The movie was able to balance dark humor, drama, and desperation. Having an open-ended movie is a balancing act. A lot of movies try to do that but ends up being needlessly confusing, pretentious, or lazy. Memories of Murder was able to pull off some form of finality despite not having closure.


    I started liking horror movies back when I was an edgy teen. Just because it felt counter mainstream. A lot of people don't like horror so I'm gonna like it. Typical edgy stuff. And then I got into body horror films from Cronenberg, taut thrillers by Fincher, stuff by John Carpenter, the mindfuckery from David Lynch, even the terrible Stephen King adaptations like Maximum Overdrive and Sleepwalkers. I slowly started appreciating the genre not just for the jump scares. The one thing I never really had a stomach for is extreme gore. Wasn't really into torture porn especially during the early to mid aughts when it became the new hotness in Hollywood. Movies like Hostel or the Saw films didn't appeal to me. Except for the first Saw, that one's great. I once was able to download a Guinea Pig film and while the effects didn't hold up, I noped out of that. Couldn't stand The Human Centipede nor A Serbian Film. Some of the Takashi Miike stuff I stay away from as well. I guess the most I'll watch are stuff by Cronenberg although Dead Ringers still creep the heck out of me 'til now.

  • Memories of Murder was fantastic. Reminds me of the first season of True Detective where in real life (at least in-universe as far as TD is concerned) nothing is really solved. The movie was able to balance dark humor, drama, and desperation. Having an open-ended movie is a balancing act. A lot of movies try to do that but ends up being needlessly confusing, pretentious, or lazy. Memories of Murder was able to pull off some form of finality despite not having closure.


    I started liking horror movies back when I was an edgy teen. Just because it felt counter mainstream. A lot of people don't like horror so I'm gonna like it. Typical edgy stuff. And then I got into body horror films from Cronenberg, taut thrillers by Fincher, stuff by John Carpenter, the mindfuckery from David Lynch, even the terrible Stephen King adaptations like Maximum Overdrive and Sleepwalkers. I slowly started appreciating the genre not just for the jump scares. The one thing I never really had a stomach for is extreme gore. Wasn't really into torture porn especially during the early to mid aughts when it became the new hotness in Hollywood. Movies like Hostel or the Saw films didn't appeal to me. Except for the first Saw, that one's great. I once was able to download a Guinea Pig film and while the effects didn't hold up, I noped out of that. Couldn't stand The Human Centipede nor A Serbian Film. Some of the Takashi Miike stuff I stay away from as well. I guess the most I'll watch are stuff by Cronenberg although Dead Ringers still creep the heck out of me 'til now.

    completely agree with your take on Memories of Murder.


    I've liked horror as a child, i would stay up and think of the ways i might be able to protect my family...lol.

    i was introduced to gore from random internet kids while playing counterstrike and it really shocked me into realizing there's this horrifying counter to the world as i know it. there is such a thing as real evil, and truly evil people. how do we protect ourselves from that kind of monster? i think that's what fascinated me about horror and gore at the time. now that i've experienced first hand, it's that balance of wishing i had never seen anything and being thankful i had already seen such a situation in a movie...lol. imagine all the horror movies that would have resolved in 10 minutes. do we recognize when we see evil? i think we do.


    I didn't watch Human centipede, never will...just yuck, lol.

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