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    Quote Originally Posted by ConstanceSpry View Post
    That was a really good movie, but I don't remember Saarsgard's equipment. So you must be right.
    It was disappointing, really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    I saw that one. It really was good, great story. Saarsgard wasn't even as creepy as he usually is.

    We're trying to do horror movies in the days leading up to Halloween--any recommendations for little-known gems? I'm not a gore watcher either, I think I could only watch Saw 2 and then I quit. None of this human centipede or Hostel shit. I like creepy paranormal stuff. It Follows was a good one.
    Dead and Buried. If you can find it watch it. A really good horror flick. one of the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    I saw that one. It really was good, great story. Saarsgard wasn't even as creepy as he usually is.

    We're trying to do horror movies in the days leading up to Halloween--any recommendations for little-known gems? I'm not a gore watcher either, I think I could only watch Saw 2 and then I quit. None of this human centipede or Hostel shit. I like creepy paranormal stuff. It Follows was a good one.
    Have you seen "Let the Right One In"? I think it's still on NetFlix. The original Swedish version from 2008. Instant masterpiece.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    I saw that one. It really was good, great story. Saarsgard wasn't even as creepy as he usually is.
    It's his eyes. They look devious. Plus he always looks as if he is smirking.
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    I haven't seen Let The Right One In, that's going on the list. And Dead and Buried too.

    I saw a good Korean one, A Tale of Two Sisters, that I liked too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    I watched my all time favorite last night Halloween.
    I meant to see that. I've not seen it yet this year but I intend to before halloween. I see it every season.

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    "Let the Right One In"?
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    I'll look out for these. '

    I saw Conjuring and thought it had some creepy moments, I was scared. The tree in the yard is the creepiest part of the house.

    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    It's his eyes. They look devious. Plus he always looks as if he is smirking.
    That does sound so creepy.
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    Let The Right One In is everything. The American version was watered down and sucky even though shot more beautifully.
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    ^^^Oh, I did see that with subtitles on Indie. That was a really good flick. I love Indie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    Let The Right One In is everything. The American version was watered down and sucky even though shot more beautifully.
    I totally agree with Greysfang. Do not watch the American one. I loved everything about the original. The story, the setting the actors, the unpredictability. The depiction of juvenile alienation, and bringing that theme to a vampire movie. I think the movie only cost about $4 Million to make, which shows you can make a superior movie if you have a great story, and great actors.

    ETA - I also loved Cabin in the Woods. That was a movie I saw by accident because I was flipping channels on cable. Had no expectations but movie is a total changeup from what you think the plot is. Joss Whedon was the writer, which should tell you it's not the typical schlocky horror film.
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    The version I saw was not American.

    I did see Cabin in the Woods, it was effin crazy.
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    I've said this before but the movie High Tension with subtitles is a scary foreign film with twists. It's a must watch.
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    It might be too gory for what she is looking for though. I tend to like the gorier the better movies. I love a good death scene.
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    I didn't know you saw it! It's got gore but the twist is awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    I didn't know you saw it! It's got gore but the twist is awesome.

    I can't believe you don't like Saw. It has plenty of gore, but maybe its the psychological tension you don't like? That's my favorite thing about them.
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    The original Thing, with Kurt Russell and Keith David. Awesome. Comes on cable this time of year. Super gory. Legendary animatronic special effects by Rob Bottin. Very highly rated.

    For some reason "An American Werewolf in London" is pretty hard to find. Awesome modern classic by John Landis. Very atmospheric and has a lot of morbid humor. Superb special effects by Rick Baker, who was Rob Bottin's mentor.

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