Funny games. American remake of a Swedish film, I think, 2007.
Quite unsettling, no jump scares, very unreliant on the gore. Hardly any of it, to be honest.
The Babadook - 2014.
A troubled widow discovers that her son is telling the truth about a monster that entered their home through the pages of a children's book.
Really great movie. Again one that doesn't rely on jump scares or gore, but instead unsettles you until the monster is revealed, and it's more the suspense than anything else that just, well, unsettles everything you've known about depression.
I know it's more quirky than horror, still, it has some pretty freaky moments
i always preferred funny people
wow you can't be serious. i was rolling my eyes the ENTIRE time. not even remotely scary.
[spoiler] and by the way, it was about unwilling possession. they don't conjur ONE GOD DAMN THING in the entire movie /[spoiler]
Black swan. 2010
Another movie that's not straight out horror, but is just plan creepy and unsettling, and leaves you with a weird feeling.
Especially the end.
bitch you think i haven't seen a good horror movie in my day?
i say that about this movie because it's among the worst (and when i say worse i mean a scary movie that was actually trying to be scary and not just fucking around for lols) i've ever seen.
The Changeling (1980)
A Nightmare on Elm Street (original)
Evil Dead (both versions are good)
what in your personal opinion is a true, good horror movie then?
Because God damnit, being unsettled is better than being outright scared.
Mulholland Drive - 2001
After a car wreck on the winding Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesiac, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in a twisting venture beyond dreams and reality
Very few jump scares, in fact, I think there's only one or two. David Lynch, the director, does an excellent job of keeping you on the edge of your seat with very little effort at all.
i really did enjoy the thing. some scary shit man
Avoid American horror movies.
British Horror movies are the way to go
Every American Horror movie
>Family moves into home
>Family has kids and a dog
>Kids start hearing things
>Parents think kids are crazy
>Mom starts hearing things
>Dad doesn't care
>Dad comes home from work to find family screaming cliche
>Family calls priest
>Priest sprays water around
>The demon/ghost ends up going away when the family tells it go away
Idk, I guess American ghosts are powerless if you just tell them to go away.
i'm a sucker for aliens and found footage. fourth kind got me spooked but mebe its just cause i was younger.
blair witch was good for what it is.
oh and there was this one movie i completely forgot the title. it was in a horror thread a long time ago. i could never find it online but it was supposed to be like actually disturbing. something for the most calloused horror fans. something to do with dressing a girl up like a pig and fucking her in a basement i think. it was foreign. the director had a funny name. got me interested again hang on ill dig around for a few minutes.
oh and for your question..idk if you're new ig you could start out with august underground if you like gore and torture and stuff.
this one but you're not prepared
My fav: YouCan'tRandTheRand
i dont like gore and shit. I really do enjoy found footage films myself. I like the films with demons in it or if it has a scary fucking monster. Like the Insidious demon was fucking scary to me.
Two of my *unconventional* favorites, are Independence Day (cried during the President's speech), and Space Cowboys (cried when Bruce said goodbye to his daughter... Liv Tyler)
There wont be anything posted here that comes close. And yet, you most likely wont watch it.
Don't read any reviews, go in cold.
WHY DID IT BURN GUISE??!!
Best MRA horror movie ever.
I don't want to spoil it by saying too much about it, but it's essentially about a girl that drowns and then her family is grieving. It's filmed in a documentary style.
It's a slow burning movie, that gave me chills watching the first 20 mins.
The best way to watch it is late at night, with all the lights off, and turning off your laptop/phone.
Also it's best to watch it without looking up anything about it or watching a trailer.
I liked Rosemary's Baby, The Fly (1986), and "Box" from Three...Extremes.
I did like The Thing - especially the part where the guy's face distorts when he's screaming, and the story's resonance with "At the Mountains of Madness."
I thought Blair Witch would have been good, but I'd seen it parodied too many times before watching the actual movie.
Paranormal Activity 1 & 2 hit a lot of my haunted house buttons (I'd recommend watching the second one first), but I couldn't really call them scary.
I adore the Silent Hill franchise, but don't think the movies are worth anything.
Interested in this.
Basically, I'm still looking for a movie that really scares me. I'm not into torture porn re: A Serbian Film (it doesn't scare me, I just get sad). I mean, the way I feel about people killing people is not the same horror I feel about *monsters* killing people -- although I would need a movie to involve some psychological terror to be truly great. I just wish the horror genre would step up its game and RUIN ME already.
I'll try this.
Good movie, definetly parts that made my hairy stand up
What scared me most was when she was watching the black and white cartoon at night, this isnt a spoiler by the way, it was just so fucking creepy.
Probably most disgusting, underrated horror movie ever
THE EVIL DEAD MY NIGGAZ GOD DAMN YOU PUSSIES ARE SCARED OF SHIT MOVIES. ONLY 2 EVER. THE GRUDGE AND THE EVIL DEAD, NOTHING ELSE SCARED ME, YOU MUST BE FAGGOTS.
I dont watch many horror movies now because they all suck, Sinister is the first goon one I've seen in a LONG time. and horror isn't all about jump scares. Sinister actually had a good story beyond "somebody is trying to break into my house and kill me, oh no" or "stuck in a cabin in the middle of nowhere, time to die I guess"
Found. No movie has stuck with me like this one has.
Fake and gay
Searched deep web for months looking for this. Found nothing
Was finally revealed to be massive troll
I'll take jumpscare if it's done well....
Like, I still find this thing scarier than 99% of the horror movies I've watched:
This movie is great. If it had been a mockumentary following the same plot it would have been even better.
If you guys want to watch some classic 80s B movies here some nice ones
Basketcase (all parts)
and some early 90s to finish it off with
I like cheesy 80s horror, lot of humor in those as well
Nah man. When they released it people thought it was real. Can you imagine what it would've been like to actually believe there is a witch and that these kids actually got lost. If they had shown the witch, people would've known it wasn't real. I don't know, just my opinion.
I've seen it on Netflix and contemplated it multiple times is it worth my time this evening? Also I've been looking for a decent somewhat realistic zombie flick open to suggestions
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Someone has obviously never read a book in their adult life. The whole reason it is scary is because they don't show you anything. It leaves you to imagine what could be so frightening as to make a grown man stand in a corner while his friend gets slaughtered.
People with no imagination are what's killing the horror genre as a whole. Leaving us with shit like Annabelle and Sinister where jumps = scares.
Come on, Blair Witch was overhyped and you know it. Most of the movie was shitty buildup and "hurr durr we can't find our way outta the woods." The only intersting part were the fucking rocks. Even the scenes in darkness where they were freaking out asking who's out there were dumb.
the only horror movie ever made
its psychological. you have to put yourself in their shoes. Your completely lost in the woods. You have no food. No water. Its cold. You start hearing noises and the people you are with are starting to act insane. Worst still, you can feel yourself slipping into insanity.
Now I can get why people don't like it as barely anything happens, but I happen to love the film. The only thing I will defend is the decision to not show the witch. You do that and you ruin the entire film. Nothing is scarier than the human imagination, see Darth Maul wannabe in Insidious or any demon in recent horrors. As soon as you see it, you can get used to it. In the worst cases, it just looks laughable.
this movie is really cool up to the ending ... im not talking about the last scene im talking about her learning magic running all the way back in seconds ... that stuff
your trips are the only scary thing about this movie the torture scene is not intense and the rest is just boring and believe me im not getting bored fast