Horror movies are not the same?

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Pusya, Nov 8, 2018.

  1. Pusya

    Pusya New Member

    Hello! I've been growing up as a kid in early 2000, and remembering the horror movies made back then gives me a goosebump. Either I'm immune to horror movies now, or they're just weak.
    Can you recommend any scary horror movie with a feeling of isolation?
     
  2. PeeDonald

    PeeDonald New Member

    Consider watching the living dead
     
  3. Noel Angeles

    Noel Angeles Member

    I do agree with you, I miss John Carpenter and Wes Craven Movies, nowadays I only watch M.Night Shyamalan films and his films are not even that good. Some films are really scary like it has a scare factor of 10 out of 10, The Exorcist is a good example of such films.
     
  4. ridgeword

    ridgeword New Member

    I would say that horror films that were based from true events are quite scary. I have moved from films to documentaries, though I'm not sure if all of them are even true. Have you guys tried watching those documentaries from Discovery Channel or Travel Channel? I'm not really sure about the legitimacy of those stories and the people being interviewed though.
     
  5. LegacyBroken

    LegacyBroken New Member

    I feel the horror genre is staging a comeback. Horror had some lean years where the only horror movies being made were torture porn or found footage films. Recently, we have been getting a much more varied lineup. This year we have had some real gems like “A Quiet Place” or “Hereditary”. Blumhouse has been a real boon for the genre lately.
     

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