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Jason Goes To Hell
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Horror, as a genre, might be newer than horror that was used as a common medieval art form.
It is a form of art, one that instills fear, which has been used since ages to scare our fellow beings, through tales that affect the less logical segments of our brain.
Right from the witless ballads of the primitive world to the mystic myths of the present, we have always enjoyed lending our senses to fearful tales that come straight out of those sadistic minds that script such films for us.
Not only this, from the adrenalin that gushes up our blood tubes to the consequences of our daring to deny dreadful...
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posted by EllentheStrange
Ok,this is the 1973 version,and I am doing this for those of te scared to see.Agian from Wikipedia,to lazy to tpye up the whole plot and movie.5/5.Good stuff very very creepy,scary,eerie,strange,nightmarish.Best horror movie ever.

Starting at an archaeological dig in Al-hadar near Nineveh in Iraq, Father Lankester Merrin (Max von Sydow), an archaeologist, visits a site where a small stone is found, resembling a grimacing, bestial creature. Merrin travels onward to find the strange statue of Pazuzu, which has a head similar to the one found earlier. He also encounters two riflemen and two dogs...
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posted by befferz
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Emma clovers turned the corner onto Westward Street. It was a cold night, and the air was damp and heavy. Her red hair whipped around her face as a large gust of wind blew over her. She was in a hurry to get home, te never know who could be on the streets at night in Denver. Her house was just round the block, Emma was considering jogging the rest of the way, when she had the sudden feeling someone was watching her. She twisted on her heel to find an empty street. “Stop being stupid Emma” she detto to herself. Then turned back just in time to see a thin metal bar fly towards her head. The...
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posted by PoooBoo
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1.Strange Noises:
As long as there are horror movies, there will be strange noises emerging from dark places. And as long as there are strange noises, there will be idiots who walk carelessly into the darkness to investigate them. Nine times out of 10, we refer to these people as "victims." This is a particularly mindless cliche, one which defies all sensible logic for the sake of racking up a body count. There isn't a circumstance in the world in which you'd convince a terrified teenager that exploring some bizarre clattering in the depths of a shadowy haunted house is in any way a worthwhile...
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posted by sapherequeen
Hi again,

I thought the slasher-thing may be a little hard (it was for me, but if everyone else did alright with it, that's good). So I decided to try horror Film in general, cause it's a bit easier. Lol. Ok, here's my list...

A - Alien
B - The Bad Seed
C - Child's Play
D - The Descent
E - The Exterminator
F - Friday the 13th
G - Gingerbread Man
H - Halloween
I - In Hell
J - Ju-On
K - Killjoy
L - Lake Dead
M - May
N - Night of the Living Dead
O - Orphan
P - Pet Sematary
Q - Queen of the Damned
R - Rosemary's Baby
S - The Stepfather
T - Tomie
U - The Ugly
V - Vacancy
W - When a Stranger Calls
X - Black Xmas (It's all I could think of..X) )
Y - Young Frankenstein
Z - Zombie Planet
posted by hitman11
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There's good news and there's bad news for horror fan today, folks. The bad news is that Rob Zombie has signed to write and direct H2, the sequel to his godawful remake of Halloween.

The good news is... erm. Erm. We'll get back to te on that one.

Zombie has long detto that he would never make a sequel to his 2007 film, which spent più time on the origin of stalker and slasher extraordinaire Michael Myers than it did on the actual stalking and slashing, despite the fact that it grossed a nice, sequel-friendly $78 million worldwide.