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I have a feeling it won't even come close to the original...
Gotta go with The Entity, one of my all time fave horror movies, by far :)
I think "House of a 1000 corpses" was better but I liked this one, visuals were great and interesting plot, although probably "The Conjuring" will...
easily the 1st one followed closely by the 2nd part...
saw it last night and I think it was quite good although the ending could've been much better... the plot sort of reminded me of Zombieland's, you...
Always loved Savage Streets, Hell Night comes as a not so close second this time around...
can't wait to get this, been waiting for aeons!
Trick 'r Treat
"The Crate" from Creepshow because it's quite possibly the darkest and creepiest of all the stories included!
The Grudge followed closely by Drag Me To Hell, excellent production and flawless adaptation of "Ju-On": creepy and effective!
The Fall of the House of Usher/The Pit and the Pendulum DVD
Beast Within/The Bat People DVD
Halloween is the winner by far followed by Black X-mas (the original) as a close 2nd one.
probably Dead Alive will always be among the most "f***ed up" movies ever!
hey great selection, loved it!
Joel Osment, mind-blowing performance, Danny Lloyd comes very closely as a solid 2nd though...
I think I have to go with Pin, love the psychological, creepy and oddly atmosphere that finally leads to madness and murder!.
nah, Shaun of the Dead is far better imo.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)
Slaughter High (1985)
New Year's Evil...
as a metalhead, the 80's were the greatest years for metal imo :)
Halloween (1978) -- Blu-ray $9.99
Texas Chain Saw Massacre, The - 2-Disc Ultimate Edition (Steelbook) (1974) -- DVD $4.99