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Movies/TV Favourite horror movie?

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Following today’s horror film/Halloween related video on my channel.

I wondered, what’s your favourite scary movie?
Can you guess mine?
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Miike's Audition is about the creepiest movie I've watched.
 

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Well, I'm a sucker for zombie movies. But if I wanna stick to truly scary movies I guess the 2005 version of The Amityville Horror. That scene at the end where the little girl gets pulled into the floor made my wife cry after being shocked for 2 minutes.
 
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I had a reaction when I saw wolf creek at the cinema, at the end the credits rolled with no sound and I was just sitting staring at the screen!
 

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Probably more of a thriller-esque movie but I recently watched John Carpenter's The Thing for the first time and that one really roped me in and some of those special effects still look amazing to this day
 

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Honestly, I haven't really watched any scary movies but I love supernatural stuff
 

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Love that film! Plus it’s by a member of Key & Peele too, comedians strangely always have a dark side to them
Yeah Us was great too. I think comedians are great writers as a rule (well funny comedians) like Jordan Peele loves horror films and he's great at social commentary so it's only natural it's an amazing film.
 
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Yeah Us was great too. I think comedians are great writers as a rule (well funny comedians) like Jordan Peele loves horror films and he's great at social commentary so it's only natural it's an amazing film.
I heard he’s also remaking the classic “Candyman”
Horror which should be out in 2021
 

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I had a reaction when I saw wolf creek at the cinema, at the end the credits rolled with no sound and I was just sitting staring at the screen!
Out of curiosity are you Australian or ever lived in Australia? I wasn't sure if that was only ever showed in Australia or elsewhere in the world.
Ever since I saw it, it changed the way I saw John Jarratt (the antagonist) he used to be a carpenter and gerdener on a show called "Better Homes and Gardens" and had this persona as a larakin jolly fool, and then when I saw him in that film I'm like "man... either he's a really good actor, or he's a little bit nuts"

I also loved SAW (the first 2, but the first was revolutionary in horror in my opinion)
Creep 2004 was a surreal horror
And I wouldn't say I enjoyed it, but... the human centipede. Left an impact. One of my friends convinced me to watch it with them and yeah... I had to pause it several times just so I wouldn't have a panic attack. It's definitely not one for the faint of heart, but it does push the boundaries of film, art and horror.

Oh, and while I wouldn't class it as Horror, technically the first ALIEN movie is classed as sci fi horror.

Scream 1 was a fun one
Childs Play was a fun popcorn horror

And of course, Bram Stoker's Dracula and Nosferatu
 
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Out of curiosity are you Australian or ever lived in Australia? I wasn't sure if that was only ever showed in Australia or elsewhere in the world.
Ever since I saw it, it changed the way I saw John Jarratt (the antagonist) he used to be a carpenter and gerdener on a show called "Better Homes and Gardens" and had this persona as a larakin jolly fool, and then when I saw him in that film I'm like "man... either he's a really good actor, or he's a little bit nuts"

I also loved SAW (the first 2, but the first was revolutionary in horror in my opinion)
Creep 2004 was a surreal horror
And I wouldn't say I enjoyed it, but... the human centipede. Left an impact. One of my friends convinced me to watch it with them and yeah... I had to pause it several times just so I wouldn't have a panic attack. It's definitely not one for the faint of heart, but it does push the boundaries of film, art and horror.

Oh, and while I wouldn't class it as Horror, technically the first ALIEN movie is classed as sci fi horror.

Scream 1 was a fun one
Childs Play was a fun popcorn horror

And of course, Bram Stoker's Dracula and Nosferatu
Never been to Australia in my life, I’m from London, UK but love the film and the actor, may he rest in peace.
Some great suggestions there but know to steer clear of the human centipede, especially after a South Park episode!
Alien is a classic by the way!
 

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I don't really like horror in general, but I do like watching people react to horror lol.

So no favorite horror movie from me, but I DO enjoy Junji Ito's work like Gyo and Uzumaki. Those are some great lasting horror.