Professor X wrote:
Damn, am I the only man on the planet who enjoyed the remake of the TCM? Oh well, i’m use to being the outcast.
You’re not alone. I liked it as well. I didn’t like it as much as I liked Dawn of The Dead (which is possibly my favorite of any of the newer horror movie and remakes), but it was a decent attempt. I think people are quick to mouth off how much a movie sucks when the truth is, very few “horror movies” are actually going to scare anyone as if it were 1979-1981.
Amittyville remake sucked. TCM wasn’t that bad.
I like your taste in horror movies big man.
Im a huge horror mark,i watch the sumbitches near midnight to get the full effect,cant watch them during the day ,blows the whole experience for me.
TCM one of my all time favourites.
Dawn of the dead- more funny than scary.
28 days later- favourite zombie movie of all time when the car alarm goes off at the start of the movie i nearly shit my pants.
The Grudge- i stand by this as saying it the scariest movie i have ever seen.
The Ring-another great movie,the second one sucked though HUGE DISSAPOINTMENT.
Freddy v Jason - gets bagged by a lot of people but i love it.
halloween 1,2 H2O all great the others sucked ass.the last halloween with busta rymes in it was probably the worst movie ive ever seen.
AHH so many other to mention but dont have time.
What about saw and saw 2? Although they could have picked better actors… they’re recent, REALLY FUCKED UP, pretty scary, and IMO a great plot. I cant wait for the 3rd to come out.
Other movies out by Rob Zombie are House of 1000 Corpses, and the sequel The Devils Rejects. Both are more disturbing and fucked up than scary, but I guess when you get a “disturbing and fucked up” vibe, you get a “scary” one too.
I personally hated the ring. Didnt see the second, maybe I’ll give them a/another shot one day when I’m bored.
28 days later, forgot about that one. This one I liked as well, reminded me of an independant film sort of and I liked the whole idea of survival. Was that an independant film?