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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 28/4/2012 12:02:59 AM   
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Swapped over the 20th entry and the 19th entry in my countdown.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 28/4/2012 12:49:53 AM   
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No. 18 - The Mist (2007)

Directed by Frank Darabont

A strange mist envelops the coastal town of Bridgton, a mist that conceals otherwordly and vicious monsters. Most of the townsfolk barricade themselves inside the local supermarket, but it soon becomes clear that they are no more safe inside than they are outside.

For his fourth outing as a feature film writer and director, Frank Darabont reached back to his horror movie roots and produced this intelligent, chilling and unrelentingly bleak adaptation of a Stephen King story. Although it is in essence a horror movie, it also deals with the themes of what people will do in extreme circumstances and religious fanaticism. The cast all turn in solid performances, but it's Marcia Gay Harden who steals the film as the monstrous Mrs. Carmody: a religious fanatic who sees the event as a biblical Armageddon and soon divides the townsfolk into two opposing groups. She's possibly even scarier than the hideous monsters that roam outside, and how her performance missed out during the awards season is anyone's guess.

If you haven't seen this before, make sure you watch Darabont's intended black and white version.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 28/4/2012 5:28:00 AM   
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Don't like Ghostbusters, Event Horizon is probably my least favourite Anderson film and I hated Prince Of Darkness but the rest are all good. Switchblade is a particular favourite.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 28/4/2012 8:57:46 AM   
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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 28/4/2012 3:16:50 PM   
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Don't like Ghostbusters, Event Horizon is probably my least favourite Anderson film and I hated Prince Of Darkness but the rest are all good. Switchblade is a particular favourite.


I know I'm going to regret asking this, but is your favourite film in the Anderson canon?

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 28/4/2012 3:51:13 PM   
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Not a single bad entry so far. Great list MC. Audition, Event Horizon and Prince Of Darkness are particularly good.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 29/4/2012 12:12:55 AM   
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Don't like Ghostbusters, Event Horizon is probably my least favourite Anderson film and I hated Prince Of Darkness but the rest are all good. Switchblade is a particular favourite.


I know I'm going to regret asking this, but is your favourite film in the Anderson canon?


Probably Death Race and Musketeers. I like Resident Evil a lot too.


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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 29/4/2012 12:33:18 AM   
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Actually, Death Race was fairly entertaining for what it was.

Musketeers I haven't seen, so in all fairness it might be at the very least OK.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 10/5/2012 12:25:14 AM   
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Anyone else found the "threat" of being sprayed by a very little sprayflask either intentionally of unintentionally funny in the climax of Audition.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 11/5/2012 5:39:13 PM   
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No. 18 - The Mist (2007)

Directed by Frank Darabont

A strange mist envelops the coastal town of Bridgton, a mist that conceals otherwordly and vicious monsters. Most of the townsfolk barricade themselves inside the local supermarket, but it soon becomes clear that they are no more safe inside than they are outside.

For his fourth outing as a feature film writer and director, Frank Darabont reached back to his horror movie roots and produced this intelligent, chilling and unrelentingly bleak adaptation of a Stephen King story. Although it is in essence a horror movie, it also deals with the themes of what people will do in extreme circumstances and religious fanaticism. The cast all turn in solid performances, but it's Marcia Gay Harden who steals the film as the monstrous Mrs. Carmody: a religious fanatic who sees the event as a biblical Armageddon and soon divides the townsfolk into two opposing groups. She's possibly even scarier than the hideous monsters that roam outside, and how her performance missed out during the awards season is anyone's guess.

If you haven't seen this before, make sure you watch Darabont's intended black and white version.

Yeah the B&W version is truly better,and yet both versions are chilling,and love your countdown so far except for GHOSTBUSTERS??? a horror film no way,though saying that i did see kids leaving the cinema during the showing many moons ago.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 12/5/2012 8:15:05 AM   
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I have always considered Ghostbusters to be horror flick. A funny horror flick, but a horror flick nonetheless.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 12/5/2012 10:33:24 AM   
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It's horrifyingly bad...




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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 12/5/2012 10:59:51 AM   
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Great list, all 5 star films for me although I have yet to see The Mist.
I was unsure when it was first released, Stephen King adaptions have a habit for me of being either great or awful, I was expecting this to be in the awful camp, but the excellent reviews I've read since have put it close ot the top of my must-see list, even more so now.

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It's horrifyingly bad...


What? Ghostbusters?? Come now Gimli....

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 12/5/2012 11:12:48 AM   
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Mist was a really nice surprise. Darabont may like King but it doesn't make Green Mile any more palatable. And The Majestic was ick. Even more worryingly it has always been one of my favourite of his novella's so I was tempted to ignore it completely. Very glad I didn't. 

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 18/5/2012 7:53:14 PM   
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No. 22 - Switchblade Romance (2003)

Directed by Alexander Aja

Decapitation by a chest of drawers. A psycho getting a blow-job from a disembodied head. Death by concrete saw. I think it is fair to say that Switchblade Romance is one of the most insane slasher flicks I have ever seen. And I absolutely love it for that.

And even if that twist ending doesn't make one bit of sense, Switchblade Romance is still one hell of a gleefully gory and blood-soaked ride.


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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 18/5/2012 7:55:12 PM   
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No. 19 - A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

Directed by Wes Craven

While it's true that time has not be kind to the special effects (lol at the mother being pulled through the window) and Charles Burnstein's synth score, the first nightmare is still smart, scary and boasts a terrifying performance from Robert Englund as Fred Krueger. It's arguably Wes Craven's best film and still retains the power to unsettle even after all this time. The remake, however, is an utter abomination.


For some utter insane reason that even I can not work out...I actually prefer Wes Craven's New Nightmare these days to the original.......yes I know

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 18/5/2012 11:18:19 PM   
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Audition - 3/5
Ghostbusters - 1/5
Wolf Creek - 1/5
Event Horizon - 5/5
Nightmare on Elm Street - 4/5
The Mist - 5/5


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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 18/5/2012 11:20:48 PM   
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Audition - 3/5
Ghostbusters - 1/5
Wolf Creek - 1/5
Event Horizon - 5/5
Nightmare on Elm Street - 4/5
The Mist - 5/5





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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 18/5/2012 11:39:55 PM   
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No. 22 - Switchblade Romance (2003)

Directed by Alexander Aja

Decapitation by a chest of drawers. A psycho getting a blow-job from a disembodied head. Death by concrete saw. I think it is fair to say that Switchblade Romance is one of the most insane slasher flicks I have ever seen. And I absolutely love it for that.

And even if that twist ending doesn't make one bit of sense, Switchblade Romance is still one hell of a gleefully gory and blood-soaked ride.


I love Switchblade Romance. I showed it to my friend and it freaked her the fuck out. At the end, she just threw her hands up and shouted "Bloody French!"

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 19/5/2012 12:36:53 AM   
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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 7/10/2012 8:52:51 PM   
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17. The Descent (Neil Marshall; 2005)


Sorry, Rawlinson.

Neil Marshall jettisoned the tongue in cheek tone and humour of his debut Dog Soldiers for his second feature: a brooding subterranean horror flick that is easily one of the scariest of the last ten years. The film kicks off with a horrific road accident which leaves one survivor: the now emotionally and mentally fragile Sarah. The flick then jumps forward one year later as Sarah and her five friends go on a spelunking jape in an undiscovered cave system in North America. And that's when things get really fucking freaky!

The Descent betrays its relatively low budget by depicting an all too convincingly claustrophobic series of cramped tunnels and dark, dank caves, and Marshall expertly builds up a sense of sweaty palmed tension and choking terror as our six heroes are besieged by razor toothed beasties. Marshall also wisely keeps the scenes of violence gory and bloody but never leery or pornographic in their depictions. It also helps that the six female characters are likable if somewhat flawed people for whom we feel fearful. It's just a shame that this is really the only film on Marshall's CV that's actually any good.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 7/10/2012 9:07:06 PM   
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The Descent is fantastic.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 7/10/2012 9:14:19 PM   
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16. My Little Eye (Marc Evans; 2001)


My Little Eye is possibly one of the most criminally overlooked horror flicks of the last decade. Evans' sordid, twisted, nasty and insidiously creepy little tale of a Big Brother type reality internet show gone horribly askew was completed and screened for Universal around the time 9/11 happened. Fearing that no-one would be interested in seeing such a nihilistic horror film after the events of that day, the American distributors tossed My Little Eye into DVD purgatory. One year later the film managed to scrape a UK cinema release, but to very little fanfare and lukewarm business.

Really the film deserves more than it got. Yes, it's cold, nasty, twisted and not all the characters are particularly likable, but its a credit to Evans' skill as a director that he manages to keep a tight, firm grip on the audience's attention. Aided by an extraordinary sound design and a score that consists mainly of electronic drones, Evans' crafted a sick, nasty and extraordinarily scary film which is laced with some genuinely shocking moments of violence, all captured by the cold and distanced perspective of webcams.

It also has Bradley Cooper in it, but hey, not all films are perfect.


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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 7/10/2012 10:05:40 PM   
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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 7/10/2012 10:59:00 PM   
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15. Suspiria (Dario Argento; 1977)


It may have a wet and hopeless lead performance from Jessica Harper, but Argento's lurid and operatic giallo flick is still buckets of bloody fun. The not particularly subtle Goblin soundtrack rocks.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 7/10/2012 11:10:09 PM   
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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 12:05:33 AM   
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The Descent
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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 1:15:42 AM   
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No. 14 - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Tobe Hooper; 1974)


For a film which found itself caught up in the maelstrom of the early eighties video nasty farrago, Texas Chainsaw is probably one of the least violent and gory films you're ever likely to see. Indeed, Hooper was clearly not interested in splattering the screen with tons of blood and offal. He just wanted to scare you absolutely fucking witless. And to this end, Hooper succeeded and then some.

Despite the film's title, which invokes images of exploitative violence, Texas Chainsaw achieves its shocks through implied acts of brutality and its documentary like camerawork and cinematography. Its a film that's hard to shake out of your head once you've seen it, and it also features one of cinema's most terrifying creations: the utterly mad and squealing Leatherface. A backwards ass, hulking, chainsaw wielding loony toon who lacks the capacity for logical, reasonable thought and kills just for the plain fuck of it.

Forgot Marcus Nispels OK to average rock video like remake. Hooper's original grimy and grotty nightmare is the real deal.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 1:35:58 AM   
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No. 13 - An American Werewolf in London (John Landis; 1981)


Horror comedy is a tricky act to pull off. Make it too silly and scares end up falling flat. So it's to John Landis' credit that American Werewolf is the perfect balancing act of funny and scary. It's a film that is quite rightly celebrated for the werewolf transformation scene. To this very day it is an excruciating scene to watch and kudos must go to Rick Baker for his stunning prosthetics work.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 1:44:33 AM   
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Texas Chainsaw is brilliant. American Werewolf is not.


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