Name your most favorite slasher, killer, suspense, thriller films.....
Mine varies with my mood, I liked the first Saw movie but the sequels, got a little to predictable.
The Last House on the Left was Good, liked the payback at the end.
The Scream Movies were a hoot, not scary but I liked them.
Didn't care for The Hills have Eyes, too creepy.
And Rampage, forget it too gory, with no real substance.
You didn't tell us your favorit, MrMidNight?
Last house on the left was ok, but the old version was better, the new version wasn't that bad though, oh i enjoy the hills have eyes, creepy is and creepy does, LMFAO and to tell you the truth i don't have just one favorite horror movie, i have a big variety that sometimes it's hard to choose. The genres i enjoy though are horror, scifi and thrillers including, Pandorum, Halloween, the first remake was better than the second remake and the old Myers films were classic, Friday the 13, old or new enjoyed them all, oh yeah the JasonX movie was hilarious, he went from camp crystal lake to outer space "WTF". Aliens is another classic that i can't forget about and i can't wait til the remake comes out, the new Predators movie as well is a must see creature feature by me, hahaha.....
Gotta be Friday the 13th.......you can't beat a bit of annoying teenagers getting killed in different ways by Jason with his hockey mask!!
The Shining is definitely my favorite scary movie. Scream is another favorite--it's funny and the opening scene is one of the best ever.
The shining is a classic and scream was a new style of slasher film when it first came out and quite enjoyable, especially when the killer is toying with the victims saying " Answer these questions about horror movies and if you answer correctly you'll live, answer wrong well let's just say i'll get stab happy," hahahahahahaha.........
Rob Zombie's movies
Halloweem 1 and 2
House of 1000 Corpses
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