Quick question... When you watch horror movies, how far is too far?
Is it religious? Blood? What is it that makes a movie "un-watch-able?"
I personally do not watch horror movies ... I simply cannot find anything "good" in them. A buddy made me watch the first Saw movie and it was the last time I try watching a senseless, useless horror movie. Such movies do nothing for me personally: they are so fake and detached from any "form" of reality that I have to "pass" on them.
Any Type of Horror Films goes.
I watched them when I alone because this is the time you enjoys most of it
I love horror movies, as long as they aren't just excuses for the director and F/X people to practice grossing me out.
I don't mind appropriate violence, as long as the violence isn't the point.
Give me witches, vampires, ghouls, monsters of all varieties, and I'm okay. However, I don't enjoy horror films with serial killers. That's too real. Horror requires a healthy dose of unreality for me to enjoy it.
Enjoy? Yes, I enjoy being scared, as long as I know deep down that what frightens me on screen doesn't exist in real life.
Take, the hills have eyes...I dont like rape scenes. Not at all. I end up looking away, fast forwarding and it generally puts me in an upset mood. If there is a movie where there is a rape scene, i think twice before watching it, and i usually will pick something else.
I don't generally watch horror movies, but when I do, I generally stay away from excessive torture scenes. I don't mind the chases and the monsters and stuff popping out, but I don't like the stuff that seems like it might be real. And sick twisted torture falls in there for me
I dont like horrors that have rape scenes, or freaky demon children.
by flashmakeit 6 years ago
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by Katherine Sanger 20 months ago
Do you think that horror movies negatively influence society?This is meant to be purposely open and interpreted however you like - do they cause crime? Nightmares? Insomnia? Lack of respect? What do you think?
by Mamelody 9 years ago
Hehehe...I hear ya. I love horror movies, I used to watch them by myself all the time, but depending on the movie, I WOULD make sure all the doors were locked! Nowadays....I can't remember the last time I was actually alone. Hmm. That kinda sucks.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What TEN horror movies/films you WOULD NEVER watch in a million years? Why?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
sleep with the lights on, made you go into your subconscious religious recesses, or asked a friend or relative to stay with you to allay your fears?
by Thomas Byers 6 years ago
What’s the scariest movie you’ve ever seen? Do you like horror movies? Why or why not?Mine was the Mummy's Hand from 1940 which was a black and white movie but I think it was the best ever. They just made better horror movies back then. My next one is the original Amityville Horror which was in...
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