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Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 1:42:07 PM   
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To tie in with the last few weeks of the horror poll I'm going to run through my favourites. As the poll isn't just for films, but also t.v., radio, literature, etc, my list will also be a mix of art-forms. I probably won't do reviews for things that I haven't already written about in other lists, I just want to run-through my list and hope people vote for the same things as me.
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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 1:43:19 PM   
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250. I Saw the Devil



2010
Director: Kim Ji-Woon
Film

In the film's haunting opening sequence, Joo-yeon's (Oh San-ha) car has broken down on a lonely road on a snowy night. She's waiting for the tow-truck to arrive and take her home, while talking to her boyfriend, special agent Soo-hyun (Lee Byung-hun) on the phone. Kyung-chul (Choi Min-sik) pull up and officers to help with the car. Joo-yeon is naturally worried about taking help from a strange man and politely turns him down, but he's not taking no for an answer. He forces his way into her car and savagely beats her. When next we see her she's naked, chained to the floor in an isolated warehouse, and he's preparing to hack her to pieces. This brutal opening takes up the first ten minutes of the film, and if we think we know how violent and depraved this film will get, we haven't seen anything yet.

When her body is discovered, Soo-hyun takes the news calmly, but at her funeral vows revenge. He takes two weeks off work and sets his plan in motion. Joo-yeon's father is the chief of police and he provides Soo-hyun with details of the four main suspects in the case. One by one, he hunts down the suspects, looking for the guilty man. He brutalises each suspect until he's convinced of their innocence, before finding the proof he needs for Kyung-chul's guilt. He tracks down his man, just as Kyung-chul is about to rape and murder a schoolgirl. Soo-hyun beats him senseless, breaks his arm and... in a typical film, we could fill in those dots easily enough. He goes too far and kills him, then the rest of the film is about Soo-hyun trying to hide the evidence of his own crime. Or he arrest him but the beating is enough to secure Kyung-chul's release. That's what would usually happen, but this is a revenge tale in the best tradition of Grand Guignol, EC Comics and The Pan Book of Horrors, so here, Soo-hyun lets him go. But not before forcing a tracking device down his throat while he's unconscious. Every time Kyung-chul tries to rape and murder, Soo-hyun shows up and deals out yet another brutal beating. What follows is one of the most vicious games of hunter and hunted ever put on film. The morality of the film is interesting. The nature of the beatings inflicted on Kyung-chul makes your sympathy sometimes flip towards him. Ultimately it's impossible to feel anything other than absolute contempt for his character, but Soo-hyun is every bit as much a psychopath as he is. Also, he's willing to endanger more innocents by constantly releasing Kyung-chul and giving him the opportunity to hurt more people.

Many people will tell you this is an action thriller. This is horror through and through. That's not to say there's not some incredible action sequences, the unbelievably tense taxi ride, that suddenly erupts into ferocious violence is remarkable. As is a scene where Kyung-chul and Soo-hyun stalk each other through the corridors of a hotel. But it's not an action-adventure. There's also no attempt at realism here, this is a film where psychopaths lurk around every corner, and where every feverish nightmare you've ever had about those monsters with human faces can come true. That dark and snowy night that opens the film is something right out of a twisted fairy tale, while the hotel that plays host to a Kyung-chul and a few of his equally depraved friends could have Norman Bates or Jack Torrance living in one of the wings. The film is exceptionally violent, but it never feels like it's just torture porn, between the mayhem there's quite a thoughtful take on the nature and price of vengeance. It's not something that overpowers the film, but it's always there, running throughout the film, as we watch Soo-hyun become as big a monster as Kyung-chul, especially by the time we get to the macabre finale. For an instant, as the film was ending, I almost expected the camera to pull back to reveal the Crypt Keeper chuckling away and making a grisly and groan-inducing pun, but instead we get a very different kind of morality lesson.

There was more than one moment that made me wince and want to look away, but the camera never flinches. The moment that made me despair the most was one where there was no on-screen violence, just a warning from a psychopath to a captured girl that she shouldn't put up a fight. The power came from the acting rather than the visuals, and it was all the more stomach-turning because of it.

It's an absolute masterpiece, Kim Jee-woon has created some of the most memorable films of the last decade, but this is his work of art, topped off with two brilliantly intense performances. Hopefully it'll get the level of acclaim it deserves and turn both Kyung-chul and Soo-hyun into nightmare figures.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 1:51:32 PM   
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I never thought of it as a horror, but it's damn good so I won't complain.

Here's hoping for Muppet Christmas Carol

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 2:06:15 PM   
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I Saw The Devil's still on my (loooooooong) to-watch list.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 2:12:15 PM   
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I remember not being overly impressed with Devil when I first saw it, but it has grown on me over time.

I just think Kim Jee Woon has done better work. A Bittersweet Life and A Tale of Two Sisters spring to mind. I'm quite interested to see what he does with an Arnold Schwarzenegger action flick.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 2:15:20 PM   
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Yep still not seen Devil. Looking forward to the list though

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 2:27:24 PM   
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Looking forward to the list.


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Here's hoping for Muppet Christmas Carol




In all seriousness though, I still think the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come in the Muppets is by far the most terrifying out of all the ghosts in all the adaptations I've seen. That could be because it's the first one I saw, but still - he's horrible. And that manky Old Joe spider is gross - he still freaks me out.



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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 4:03:55 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Gimli The Dwarf

Here's hoping for Muppet Christmas Carol




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I Saw The Devil's still on my (loooooooong) to-watch list.


Watch it before voting.

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I'm quite interested to see what he does with an Arnold Schwarzenegger action flick.


I'm fearing a Woo like fall from grace.

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Yep still not seen Devil. Looking forward to the list though


Thanks. And watch the filum. After The Wire, of course.


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In all seriousness though, I still think the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come in the Muppets is by far the most terrifying out of all the ghosts in all the adaptations I've seen.


Have you seen the Richard Williams version?

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 4:05:08 PM   
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249. On the Brighton Road



by Richard Middleton
1912
Short Story

While walking the long road to Brighton a tramp meets a fellow traveller, a young boy. The boy claims to have been walking the road for years, and to have already died several times. A short tale made powerful by the despairing atmosphere. There's no real twist or shock to the piece, just a sad sense of inevitability.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 4:09:50 PM   
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Holy hell, I read that aaaages ago, and had completely forgot about it till now. Great shot.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 4:12:57 PM   
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I Saw The Devil's still on my (loooooooong) to-watch list.


Watch it before voting.



I'll try to, and looking at the director credit's reminded me I need to watch Tale Of Two Sisters too.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 4:28:08 PM   
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In all seriousness though, I still think the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come in the Muppets is by far the most terrifying out of all the ghosts in all the adaptations I've seen.


Have you seen the Richard Williams version?


Yes (that's the animated one right?), but not for years. That scared me too as a child - though I found Ignorance and Want far more scary than Yet to Come. Come December I'll give it a rewatch.

On the Brighton Road sounds good - I'll seek it out.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 5:04:35 PM   
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On the Brighton Road is a very good short story, just re-read it and it is sad.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 2/10/2012 11:28:16 PM   
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I'm fearing a Woo like fall from grace.



Always the optimist, eh? : )

Admittedly, the trailers are not great and I cringed when I saw Johnny Knoxville in the cast list, but really the proof is in the pudding.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 3/10/2012 5:07:13 AM   
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In all seriousness though, I still think the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come in the Muppets is by far the most terrifying out of all the ghosts in all the adaptations I've seen.


Have you seen the Richard Williams version?


Yes (that's the animated one right?), but not for years. That scared me too as a child - though I found Ignorance and Want far more scary than Yet to Come. Come December I'll give it a rewatch.



Yep, that's the one.

On the Brighton Road is one of those stories that's turned up in so many anthologies I wouldn't be surprised if everyone has read it at some point.

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Always the optimist, eh? : )

Admittedly, the trailers are not great and I cringed when I saw Johnny Knoxville in the cast list, but really the proof is in the pudding.


My problem is with Arnie more than Knoxville. Even if I enjoy the film he's in, I always think he's a massive waste of space.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 3/10/2012 7:28:16 AM   
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248. Events at Black Tor

by Roy Clarke
1968
Radio Play

Roy Clarke isn't a name often associated with horror, and he doesn't stray far from the territory more familiar from Last of the Summer Wine, but there's few laughs in this little chiller. A young policeman and his wife move to a remote rural area and find themselves caught up in murder, Satanic cults and ritual sacrifice.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 1:49:03 PM   
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Read On the Brighton Road yesterday - beautifully written, and really sad - you hit the nail on the head with the "sad sense of inevitability."

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 1:51:33 PM   
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248. Events at Black Tor

by Roy Clarke
1968
Radio Play

Roy Clarke isn't a name often associated with horror, and he doesn't stray far from the territory more familiar from Last of the Summer Wine, but there's few laughs in this little chiller. A young policeman and his wife move to a remote rural area and find themselves caught up in murder, Satanic cults and ritual sacrifice.


I would like to see Clarke go completely nuts and do a horror version of Last of Summer Wine. Last of Satan's Blood?

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 2:26:54 PM   
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Read On the Brighton Road yesterday - beautifully written, and really sad - you hit the nail on the head with the "sad sense of inevitability."


Glad you... can't say liked or enjoyed really, appreciated it is probably the best term.

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I would like to see Clarke go completely nuts and do a horror version of Last of Summer Wine. Last of Satan's Blood?

"We're going to ride a bathtub on wheels... TO HELL!"


Compo comes back from the dead and turns Nora Batty into his slave. Just imagine it, Nora Batty in a skin-tight catsuit.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 3:46:24 PM   
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247. Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?



by Joyce Carol Oates
1966
Short Story

A story of unease and a sense of lingering dread, Where Are You Going... focuses on Connie, a 15 year old girl who likes to think of herself as more sophisticated than her surroundings. One day, while home alone, she's visited by two strange men. Arnold Friend and his companion. They try to convince her to take a ride with them, alternating between seductive and threatening. Inspired by a series of murders committed by Charles Schmid, Where Are You Going is taken further into the horror genre by the suggestions that A. Friend is a far more Devilish character than he first appears.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 3:55:39 PM   
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246. The Arcane Enchanter



1996
Director: Pupi Avati
Film

A late masterpiece from Pupi Avati that was allegedly based on an ancient Italian legend, also seems to be one of the director's most little seen films. Set in 18th century Italy, a seminary student, Giacomo, flees his school after being accused of seducing a girl and then forcing her to have an abortion. Looking to lay low for a while, he signs a blood oath with a mysterious woman and then he moves to the countryside where he takes a job working at a remote castle, helping a priest who was excommunicated due to his interest in black magic. His work for the 'Arcane Enchanter' will soon see Giacomo dragged deeper into darkness and danger.

The Arcane Enchanter is a slow-burning gothic horror that in many ways reminds me of the BBC's Ghost Story for Christmas series. It's not something that's scary in the jump-shock sense, but it is a chilling and eerie film, one that creeps under your skin and stays there. It's an old-fashioned fairy-tale horror, packed with exquisitely shot landscapes, gothic buildings and a crumbling castle. It combines the atmosphere of Italian masters like Bava and Argento with an old-fashioned approach to telling a spooky tale of M.R. James or E.F. Benson. The slow pacing and subtle nature of the film probably means it's not a film for all audiences, you have to be willing to invest in the story to best appreciate it. There's also a distinct lack of sympathetic characters in the film, everyone is corrupt in some way, but look beyond the repellent lead characters and allow the atmosphere and the story to slowly seduce you and you'll find much to appreciate here. It's certainly one of the most atmospheric horror films of the last twenty years or so. Guillermo del Toro is a big fan of the film, it's an obvious influence on his own work, and he's called it one of the greatest horror films ever made. I think if the film received better distribution in the UK and the US, The Arcane Enchanter would be regarded as a horror masterpiece. Certainly in the UK, where it should appeal to fans of old-fashioned ghost stories.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 4:05:22 PM   
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245. From Beyond the Grave



Year: 1973
Director: Kevin Connor
Film

Another of those wonderful Amicus anthologies, it's all too easy to get the actual films and titles confused, this is the one where The Cush' plays the owner of the antiques shop Temptations Ltd in the wrap-around story, second only to Tales... for the title of the greatest Amicus anthology. Cushing is cheated or stolen from in the wrap-around story and then we get to see the punishment that each thief has to suffer. The first tale, The Gate Crasher, sees David Warner buying an antique mirror and becoming possessed by a murderous spirit. I actually was introduced to this film at a very early age thanks to my older brother deciding I needed to see this gruesome story during a late night t.v. screening. Thanks, bro'. Basically a homage to the haunted mirror segment from the earlier Dead of Night, this ups the blood and remains one of the most memorable entries in anthology films. The second has one of the strongest casts of any of these stories, Ian Bannen is stuck in a miserable marriage to Diana Dors. He steals a medal he's not entitled to and meets a real service man, match-seller Donald Pleasence. He soon begins an affair with Pleasence's daughter, Angela, and soon discovers she really wants him out of his marriage. In the third story, Ian Carmichael finds his life plagued by an invisible demon that's come to sit on his shoulder, before the finale, and possibly best story of the bunch, 'The Door', where Ian Oglivy finds an antique door can lead him to a sinister new dimension. Cushing is as fantastic as always, it's not disrespect to say that the great man made a lot of crap in his time, but even in his worst films he always came across as one of the most dedicated actors imaginable, willing to commit himself to anything the script would ask. So it's a delight to see him in a film like this that really suits his talents. This is intelligent, funny and scary, everyone should see it.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 4:19:14 PM   
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Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been is horrible. It's really, really good, but it's just so horrible; it's one I've never forgotton, and I remember feeling so sick after finishing it. Great piece of writing though.

The two films sound good - not seen either.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 4:32:12 PM   
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Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been is horrible. It's really, really good, but it's just so horrible; it's one I've never forgotton, and I remember feeling so sick after finishing it. Great piece of writing though.



Yeah, exactly that, there's a sickly feeling that just grows towards the conclusion. You ever see the film?

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 4:43:22 PM   
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Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been is horrible. It's really, really good, but it's just so horrible; it's one I've never forgotton, and I remember feeling so sick after finishing it. Great piece of writing though.



Yeah, exactly that, there's a sickly feeling that just grows towards the conclusion. You ever see the film?



I never knew they made one - is it any good?

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 4:47:49 PM   
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It changes some of the story, but it's very good. It's called Smooth Talk, stars Laura Dern and Treat Williams.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 4:50:37 PM   
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Laura Dern is very good in Smooth Talk.

I like From Beyond the Grave and Where Are You Going is as has been said, horrible.

Not seen The Arcane Enchanter.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 4:51:01 PM   
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Cool, I'll check it out at some point.

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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 4/10/2012 4:59:04 PM   
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Not seen The Arcane Enchanter.


I think you'd like it.

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Cool, I'll check it out at some point.



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RE: Favourite 250 Horrors - 5/10/2012 1:54:54 PM   
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244. The Peoria Plague

1971 - 1972
Radio

The idea is simple, a regular radio news broadcast is forced to deal with the sudden zombie outbreak in the town. Attempting a mix of Welles' War of the Worlds radio broadcast with the zombie uprisings made popular with the recent Night of the Living Dead, this early 70s production may seem amateurish (it was made by a local radio station) but it's chilling and enthralling.

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