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    Have you seen "Re-Animator"?
    I have, it's a great film. There are many other great Lovercraft based films as well such as; From Beyond and Necronomicon among others. Dagon just seemed the most complete to me. Plus "Shadow over Innsmouth" is one of my favourite Lovercraft stories.

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    The Shining was also great.
    Gah, I hated The Shining.

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    I've heard these are good but haven't seen them: Inside, The Mouth of Madness, Deadgirl.
    Watch In The Mouth of Madness immediately; it is extremely good and possibly the scariest horror movie I've seen.

    My favorites: Evil Dead 2, Hellraiser, The Thing--probably in that order. There's also a special place in my heart for Nightmare on Elm Street even though the very end was kind of terrible. Deathgasm leans closer to the comedy side on the comedy-horror spectrum, but it probably counts. Susperia is another very good but lesser-known movie.
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    I don't think I've rooted for a protagonist harder than I did for Nancy in Nightmare on Elm Street. That movie's also got some gorgeous, hyper-surreal scenes that just stick with you. Plus Heather Langenkamp is intense wife material.
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    It's great to see how much attention Evil Dead 2 is getting. Probably my favorite movie ever. Grimy, bloody, intensely atmospheric, and very funny. Inspired a ton good music as well. In the horror-comedy vein, I'd also like to mention Tremors since no one else has. Hicks in a dirtball town fight GIANT WORMS and it's wonderful. Plus Egg Shen from Big Trouble in Little China is in it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BornForBurning View Post

    It's great to see how much attention Evil Dead 2 is getting. Probably my favorite movie ever. Grimy, bloody, intensely atmospheric, and very funny. Inspired a ton good music as well. In the horror-comedy vein, I'd also like to mention Tremors since no one else has. Hicks in a dirtball town fight GIANT WORMS and it's wonderful. Plus Egg Shen from Big Trouble in Little China is in it!
    Horror-comedy is another matter. Evil Dead 2, Army of Darkness, anything else with Bruce Campbell in it. Plus, Tucker and Dale Vs Evil, and Cabin in the Woods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seigfried007 View Post
    Horror-comedy is another matter. Evil Dead 2, Army of Darkness, anything else with Bruce Campbell in it. Plus, Tucker and Dale Vs Evil, and Cabin in the Woods.
    Horror comedy is great as long as there is a proper balance. Gruesome violence mixed with humor increases the potency of both. If you can tolerate 80's low-budget horror, check out "Basket Case".


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    I've watched few horror movies...like, none. Ha. But the two I've watched are Gremlins and Tremors. Yes, Gremlins. If you haven't heard of Tremors, watch it. It's pretty great.

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    I don't think anyone has mentioned Event Horizon. Man, that one stays with you.
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    I have a love/hate relationship with Cannibal Holocaust. I hate a great many parts of it and love others.
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    I don't think anyone has mentioned Event Horizon. Man, that one stays with you.
    It has problems, but I still liked it. Sam Neill's performance is great. The sets and effects are amazing. And that one moment where the doctor almost snaps and cuts the guy's throat is really good. But the script is extremely subpar. Especially the dialog. Funny black man was an awful, awful character. And Lawrence Fishburne did a lot of repeating the plot back after it was explained to him. Sucks they cut the really gratuitous stuff, I think it has some of the most twisted gore effects ever put to film.
    Still, best 40k fan film ever made imo "A dimension of pure chaos..."
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    If we're just looking at movies from the past 30 or so years, here are a few I could recommend:

    The Conjuring
    The Others
    Insidious

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