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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 2:00:17 AM   
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No. 11 - Se7en (David Fincher; 1994)


David Fincher bounced back from his horrible experiences of working on Alien 3 with this dark (both visually and thematically) film about two mismatched detectives hunting a holier than thou killer, who is killing people whom he believes are guilty of committing the seven deadly sins.

Much like Texas Chainsaw, Se7en is shocking without actually showing the murders being committed. We only really see the aftermath of the killer's atrocities as Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman probe and investigate the grisly scenes of murder the killer has left in his wake.

It's a sombre, brooding, smart, nihilistic and nasty little piece of work from Fincher, and no matter how many you've seen it that ending still leaves you feeling like you've just had the wind knocked out of you. Fincher's best film? Undoubtedly.


Scariest moment: The sloth victim wakes up.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 2:30:25 AM   
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Yep, Fincher's best for me too. I have a hard time thinking of it as a horror film though.


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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 7:36:11 AM   
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It's a sombre, brooding, smart, nihilistic and nasty little piece of work from Finch
er, and no matter how many you've seen it that ending still leaves you feeling like you've just had the wind knocked out of you. Fincher's best film? Undoubtedly.


I agree with the bit in bold, which is why I think the film is great - but not the rest of that.

It's still my third favourite Fincher (of the 4 I've seen) though - the gap between it and my fourth/least favourite is pretty big though, so that's not a bad thing.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 7:50:12 AM   
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My Little Eye was odd, it got the buildup so right, and then once people started dying it just got boring.

Suspiria's alright

Texas Chainsaw Massacre is brilliant

American Werewolf is amazeballs

Se7en!

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 7:54:35 AM   
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My Little Eye is rubbish.

Great choices for the rest. Se7en is still one of my favourite films of all time.


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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 12:30:33 PM   
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My Little Eye is rubbish.



How dare you, sir.

Thanks for your feedback, folkies. Again, sorry to Rawlinson about The Descent, but you're wrong about that flick, sir.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 12:53:56 PM   
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Some amazing films in that batch. Tell you what, I'll give The Descent another try this month.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 1:08:49 PM   
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Audition is excellent.

The opening of Ghostbusters is scary and brilliant and the film is grand.

Wolf Creek is okay; my mother is a big fan of it…

Switchblade Romance was entertaining but the ending really pisses me off.

Event Horizon is fun, it isn't brilliant but it is the best thing Paul WS Anderson has directed.

Nightmare on Elm Street is grand but I really love Dream Warriors.

The Mist was much better than I thought it was going to be.

The Descent - I like it, if only for the axe in the leg moment.

My Little Eye is good.

Suspiria is superb, as is Texas Chainsaw and Werewolf.

Seven is okay but not a film I love.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 1:14:03 PM   
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No. 10 - The Shining (Stanley Kubrick; 1980)



Jack Nicholson is the struggling author who starts to lose his mother-loving mind in the deserted, snowed-in hotel he is assigned to look after. Shelley Duvall plays his terrified wife, while Danny Lloyd essays the role of Nicholson and Duvall's psychic son who suffers horrific visions of bloody violence within the hotel.

The Shining is Kubrick's more commercially minded flick, but it is still pure Kubrick through and through. The shots are beautifully and meticulously composed, it moves at a deliberate slow-burn pace and it absolutely refuses to hold the audience's hand by clearly explaining what exactly the fuck is going on in the Overlook hotel. I mean, what the hell is Jack doing in that painting? Who the hell knows, but that's the beauty of the film: there's so much about it to analyse, discuss and chew on.

It also helps that the film is truly bloody scary. Here, Kubrick manages to make the seemingly innocuous Overlook a character in its own right. It's a deeply, deeply scary place and you really wouldn't to stay there.

And then there's Jack Nicholson's performance. OK, sure, it is pretty hammy at time, and his now famous "Heeeeeere's Johnny" line provokes giggles rather than gasps of horror, but its the quieter moments of his performance in which Nicholson truly excels. Indeed, there are moments when Nicholson is just a little bit too convincing as man who is starting to come apart at the seams.

Shelley Duvall is also pretty sterling as his suffering wife. Unfairly criticized for being the wrong kind of annoying, Duvalll's performance is actually quite a brave one. She's unafraid to make Wendy Torrance a slightly irritating character, but as the film progresses Duvall expertly turns up her fearful state and manages to engage with the audience as she desperately tries to save her son from the clutches of Jack and the hotel.

I heard that Stephen King expressed some dissatisfaction with Kubrick's interpretation of his novel, but what the hell does he know? He made Maximum Overdrive. The Shining is a truly great film.


Scariest moment: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 1:17:31 PM   
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Switchblade Romance was entertaining but the ending really pisses me off.



Yes, it doesn't make total sense in the grand scheme of things, but it's still a fun and really quite crazy film.


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Tell you what, I'll give The Descent another try this month.



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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 2:19:53 PM   
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My Little Eye is rubbish.



How dare you, sir.

Thanks for your feedback, folkies. Again, sorry to Rawlinson about The Descent, but you're wrong about that flick, sir.


It's so rubbish not even you voted for it in the HOF.


The Shining's great.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 2:26:44 PM   
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No. 9 - The Blair Witch Project (Sanchez & Myrick; 1999)



I remember when I first heard about Blair Witch in the summer of 99. As a life-long horror fan, the notion of this low budget film that looks for all intents and purposes like the discovered footage of a presumably dead film crew struck a chord with me. And while the film didn't exactly live up to the SCARIEST FILM EVAH hype that it generated during its massively successful stateside cinema release, Blair Witch is still a seriously creepy piece of work.

Cloverfield and the Paranormal Activity franchise may have garnered more commercial success with the now very much in vogue found footage narrative format, but Blair Witch stands head and shoulders above them, with its expert editing, all too convincing rough around the edges aesthetic and a trio of naturalistic performances from Heather Donahue, Josh Leonard and Mike Williams.


Scariest moment: When the film crew hear children crying and their tent is attacked.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 2:28:15 PM   
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It's so rubbish not even you voted for it in the HOF.



I'm never going to live this down, am I?

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 2:29:20 PM   
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Nope.

BWP is an incredible piece of work, still terrifies me to the day.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 3:57:37 PM   
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Two of my favourite horrors there.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 4:12:28 PM   
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BWP is one of the few films to frighten me.




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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 6:00:41 PM   
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I like that gif.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 6:43:21 PM   
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I like that gif.


Is it the eye or nose liquid that does it for you?

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 8:34:33 PM   
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No. 10 - The Shining (Stanley Kubrick; 1980)



Jack Nicholson is the struggling author who starts to lose his mother-loving mind in the deserted, snowed-in hotel he is assigned to look after. Shelley Duvall plays his terrified wife, while Danny Lloyd essays the role of Nicholson and Duvall's psychic son who suffers horrific visions of bloody violence within the hotel.

The Shining is Kubrick's more commercially minded flick, but it is still pure Kubrick through and through. The shots are beautifully and meticulously composed, it moves at a deliberate slow-burn pace and it absolutely refuses to hold the audience's hand by clearly explaining what exactly the fuck is going on in the Overlook hotel. I mean, what the hell is Jack doing in that painting? Who the hell knows, but that's the beauty of the film: there's so much about it to analyse, discuss and chew on.

It also helps that the film is truly bloody scary. Here, Kubrick manages to make the seemingly innocuous Overlook a character in its own right. It's a deeply, deeply scary place and you really wouldn't to stay there.

And then there's Jack Nicholson's performance. OK, sure, it is pretty hammy at time, and his now famous "Heeeeeere's Johnny" line provokes giggles rather than gasps of horror, but its the quieter moments of his performance in which Nicholson truly excels. Indeed, there are moments when Nicholson is just a little bit too convincing as man who is starting to come apart at the seams.

Shelley Duvall is also pretty sterling as his suffering wife. Unfairly criticized for being the wrong kind of annoying, Duvalll's performance is actually quite a brave one. She's unafraid to make Wendy Torrance a slightly irritating character, but as the film progresses Duvall expertly turns up her fearful state and manages to engage with the audience as she desperately tries to save her son from the clutches of Jack and the hotel.

I heard that Stephen King expressed some dissatisfaction with Kubrick's interpretation of his novel, but what the hell does he know? He made Maximum Overdrive. The Shining is a truly great film.


Scariest moment: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

At last the top ten,and maybe you'll finish it for Halloween ,anyway still a great list,i thought you'd forgotten all about it.King never liked what Kubrick did with his book,yet for most of his fans,this is one of the best,though i still feel Dead Zone was on the money book wise.But The Shining was by far the most scary/chilling  of his books turned to film,and that's because for me it captures the sprit of the book so well.
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No. 9 - The Blair Witch Project (Sanchez & Myrick; 1999)





I must be one of the only people who this did'nt work for,IE SCARE!!!saying that i did enjoy it as it was the first of it's kind'and had a good build up just did'nt deliver for me.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 8/10/2012 10:01:43 PM   
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The Shining sucks. BWP is brilliant. I might scare myself silly again and watch it this Halloween at 3 in the morning.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 9/10/2012 1:48:11 AM   
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No. 8 - Kill List (Ben Wheatley; 2011)



Neil Maskell simmers with barely pent-up menace and violence as Jay, a hit-man who is still suffering from the mental scars of a disastrous mission which took place in Kiev. Michael Smiley is Gal, his sardonic, laid back friend and partner in the grubby contract killing business. Urged back into work by Gal and his long suffering wife, Jay agrees to join Gal in performing a series of hits for a man simply known as The Client. But as the film progresses, it becomes increasingly apparent that things are not as they seem. For starters, why are the people on The Client's kill list thanking Jay and Gal before the hitmen brutally kill them? And what's up with Gal's girlfriend carving a weird pagan like symbol behind a mirror in Jay's bathroom. Clearly nothing good will come of any of this.

The second feature from Down Terrace director Ben Wheatley is an oppressively tense, shockingly violent and insidious horror tale. And yet, despite all these things, it's a film that grips you firmly from the start and refuses to let go until the end. Fuck, the film even manages to be a tense and uncomfortable watch when the viewer is faced with scenes of marital disharmony between Jay and his wife Shel (MyAnna Buring). Apparently, these scenes were based on Wheatley's own marriage to the script's co-writer, Amy Jump. If this is true remind me to never accept a dinner party invitation to the Wheatley household.

Kill List is a dark, twisted and genuinely nasty piece of work. It's also one of the best horror films of the last few years, and one of 2011's best films


Scariest moment: Jay and Gal being chased in the sewers.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 9/10/2012 2:17:51 AM   
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The Shining is great and Kill List is excellent.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 9/10/2012 6:19:40 AM   
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I had to sleep with the light on after I saw Kill List

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 9/10/2012 7:52:11 AM   
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Kill List is a great, great film.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 9/10/2012 3:24:12 PM   
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No. 7 - Halloween ( John Carpenter; 1978)


The quintessential slasher flick still holds up today and sees John Carpenter working at the very peak of powers. It's a graceful and efficient scare machine of a movie, and a absolute must watch on Halloween night.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 9/10/2012 3:28:32 PM   
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The Descent - Meh

TCM - Great

An American Werewolf in London - Absolutely brilliant

Se7en - Fantastic

The Shining - Good

Blair Witch - Piss poor

Halloween - Amazing. Would probably top my own horror list were I to make one.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 9/10/2012 3:31:33 PM   
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Halloween - Amazing. Would probably top my own horror list were I to make one.


Please do one and I'll stop pestering your mum.

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 9/10/2012 3:41:19 PM   
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Halloween - Amazing. Would probably top my own horror list were I to make one.


Please do one and I'll stop pestering your mum.


No point now. I've already disclosed my number 1 .

I have actually been thinking of putting a list together as I have to be the only semi regular poster in this sub forum that hasn't contributed one yet.

I'll try and get something together before the end of the year. Possibly something along the lines of my 20 favourite directors with my favourite film off each one. My main problem is that I'm a lazy fucker and I can't be arsed .

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 9/10/2012 4:01:19 PM   
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Halloween is fantastic.

I was tempted to do a top X horrors list for Halloween, then realised 90% of them would be on my top 100 list so there's so point!

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RE: MC's 25 Fave Horror Films: Based on the Novel Push ... - 10/10/2012 1:36:18 AM   
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Halloween's all a bit boring.


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