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    Old ones which are classic:

    BBC TV "A Ghost Story For Christmas" series, especially "A Warning to the Curious" & "Whistle & I'll Come to You" ,but the whole series is superb

    Circus of Horror


    Night of the Eagle ('61)


    (Curse) Night of the Demon ('57)


    Darklands '96 (sorta Wickermanish)


    Night after Night After Night

    Black Sabbath


    Devil Rides Out

    Suspiria
    Eye of the Devil "66


    Ones I have not seen but would like to:
    The Shout
    Sinful Nuns of St Valentine
    Hallows End
    Messangers
    Morgana
    Shiver of Vampires
    City of Dead ('59)
    Goodbye Gemini ('70)
    Living Dead at Manchester Morgue
    The Surgeon
    Witness for the Persecution '82
    Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors ('64, 19th century Ukraine)
    Kill Baby Kill
    Lets Scare Jessica to Death

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    The Shout is pure tedium.

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    Thought you horror fans would appreciate this; I've just been given the assignment of adapting, in sequential art form, Joe R. Lansdales short story 'The Fat Man' for the Cemetery Dance publication, Grave Tales. I guess at one time, The Fat Man was going to be part of the Masters Of Horror series, but the series was cancelled before it went into production. So now I get a shot at it...hell yeah! I've been wanting to work on one of Lansdales stories for a long time so this is some pretty exciting stuff for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    The Shout is pure tedium.
    I suppose so - Ive seen a clip.
    But its got Carol Drinkwater and Im fond of droopy breasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nosebone View Post
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    Cheers man, very good stuff!

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    Bumpity bump bump....

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    Saint Maud, Midsommar, Hereditary

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    "Barberian" which is in theaters right now is pretty good.

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    I prefer the better of newer ones over older ones with exceptions for a few older favorites. Also I don't watch many movies at home anymore and prefer going to the theater.

    Recently release Pearl.

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/pearl_2022

    Coming in the next few Smile. Halloween Ends, among others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartellb View Post
    I prefer the better of newer ones over older ones with exceptions for a few older favorites. Also I don't watch many movies at home anymore and prefer going to the theater.

    Recently release Pearl.

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/pearl_2022

    Coming in the next few Smile. Halloween Ends, among others.
    Quick question about "Pearl" It is a sequel to another movie correct? Do you need to have seen the other movie to enjoy this one?

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    "Deep Red" from director Dario Argento. The prog connection is that it stars David Hemmings and has music by Goblin.
    another film by Argento is the remake of Suspiria (2018). rather slow and overlong i thought but it does include a soundtrack by Thom Yorke of Radiohead.
    the title tune is gorgeous.

    Edit: Argento actually did the original version in 1977. it was Luca Guadagnino who did the remake in 2018.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick L. View Post
    Saint Maud, Midsommar, Hereditary
    Good choices...., I'll add It Follows (2014), The Innocents (2021) and Barbarian (2022) is a fun retro horror pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    Quick question about "Pearl" It is a sequel to another movie correct? Do you need to have seen the other movie to enjoy this one?
    Pearl is actually a prequel to X and takes place in the early 20th century. I believe director Ti West made both films back to back. There is a sequel planned called Maxxine coming next year or so.

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    Lamb. An Icelandic movie that builds rather slowly until about half-way through you hit the "What the hell is that?" moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lopez View Post
    Lamb. An Icelandic movie that builds rather slowly until about half-way through you hit the "What the hell is that?" moment.
    Been curious about that one too. Do you happen to know what service it is one?

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    Just watched Nope and enjoyed it very much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lopez View Post
    Lamb. An Icelandic movie that builds rather slowly until about half-way through you hit the "What the hell is that?" moment.
    Wow, what a coincidence, just watched this one last week. Indeed, it's slow, although the opening-scene gives you a clue of what's coming in the end. Nice nude-scene b.t.w.

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    The Chaser--Korean
    second Saint Maud
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    The Witch if you've not seen it
    Hagazussa--saw this recently and actually enjoyed it more than The Witch, free on Tubi

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    Some other more or less recent horror-movies I've collected on DVD are:

    - Let The Right One In (the original Swedish version)

    - Berberian Sound Studio

    - Trollhunter

    - Mandy (although this Ncolas Cage-movie is more of a revenge-film)
    (Couldn't resist to post this King Crimson-track Starless, which is featured in the movie)


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    The Reflecting Skin--free on the Peacock channel
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    Housebound free on Tubi

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippypants View Post
    The Chaser--Korean
    second Saint Maud
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    The Witch if you've not seen it
    Hagazussa--saw this recently and actually enjoyed it more than The Witch, free on Tubi
    There's a sequel to Saint Maud? What's it called. The first one looks good, I was planning to check that out.
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    ^ He probably means he seconds the recommendation, Jed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    ^ He probably means he seconds the recommendation, Jed.
    Doh!
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    Well, you are missing one of the scariest movies ever: Audition. It is really, really troubling- and I can guarantee you will never look at a burlap sack the same way again.
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    ^ That was downright disturbing. Didn't like it.

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