Any decent recent horror animated film/series to suggest this relaxing Saturday?
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by /u/GoryLouie
19m ago
(they don't have to be that recent and decency isn't that important) I'm having a chilled Saturday and have just finished a random Anime a mate suggested (Deadman Wonderland) Animation probably makes up 5% of my entertainment but any suggestions to make that number higher is very welcome. Have a good one you spooky lot submitted by /u/GoryLouie [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Online discussion meetup - The Endless, 5th March
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by /u/bananaphophesy
19m ago
I run a series of online meetup discussions focused on hidden gems of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror and on the 5th of March we'll be discussing The Endless from directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. We usually get around 6-10 people and are always on the lookout for new members to join and bring fresh perspectives. Details can be found on Meetup: https://meetu.ps/e/MVJWc/1D5d6/i submitted by /u/bananaphophesy [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Recommendations please
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by /u/No_Conversation6303
3h ago
So I’ve seen quite a few scary movies I’ve liked and I tried to list a lot of them but I know a lot are still missing. Looking for some recommendations based on these and I know they jump around by genre but I’d love to know what kind to look for cuz mindlessly scrolling through Netflix till something interests me is getting boring. I don’t really like movies that people call scary but are 95% jumpscares.. that doesn’t make a movie scary or memorable.. although I’ve liked 1 or 2 that had a lot. I’ll lyk if I’ve seen any of y’all’s recommended movies here’s my list: The Platform. The descent ..read more
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Easy watch Horror/Comedy Horror
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by /u/Green_Eyed_Jerk_
3h ago
Hi everyone. I don’t really know how to categorize these kind of movies because some are straight comedies and some are verging more on straight horror but it’s really just a general feeling you get watching them. Movies like Tales From The Crypt: Demon knight. The Lost boys. Return of The Living Dead. Army of Darkness. Ready or Not. Tucker & Dale Vs Evil. Renfield. Fright Night. Don’t Breathe. The Faculty. From Dusk Till Dawn. The Frighteners. Death Becomes her (All favorites of mine) Stuff that’s horror (or has horror elements) but doesn’t take it self too seriously either. I love that ..read more
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Any film recommendations that are disturbing yet still very good in terms of quality well made movies such as Martyrs, Come And See, or Requiem for a Dream?
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by /u/777solo
3h ago
I noticed some of the brutal ones did not have the same amount of quality as these 3. I watched high tension and while I liked it, it certainly cant hold a candle to these. Thanks! submitted by /u/777solo [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me. Do I need to watch Twin Peaks in order to understand the movie?
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by /u/struggleman55
3h ago
I have a theater a hour and a half away from me showing this and I want to go see it simply cause it’s David Lynch. But I’m wondering if I’ll be totally lost or if I need to get some context beforehand. submitted by /u/struggleman55 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Best corpse in horror film
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by /u/aimetak
5h ago
I'm looking for images of characters found dead in films. i know i've seen hundreds but right now i can't think of one. the woman is on the floor, the man leaning against a wall. I can only think of hanging. Any ideas? submitted by /u/aimetak [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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The trope of the black person dying first..
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by /u/Lostinternally
8h ago
I’m trying to think of which movies this happens but I can’t think of anything off the top of my head. It must be a ton to be considered a horror trope. I’m assuming 70’s/ 80’s movies? submitted by /u/Lostinternally [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Good post-breakup horror recs?
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by /u/Packer224
8h ago
Basically what the title says lol. Just got out of a long term relationship and horror is my comfort genre. Just got finished rewatching Midsommar which felt appropriate and prompted me to ask y’all’s thoughts on this submitted by /u/Packer224 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Movies where the competent character lives?
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by /u/Saoirseisthebest
8h ago
Was just watching some generic horror movies, and something I noticed is this annoying horror movie trope where they have a clearly extremely competent and experienced character, who does everything alright, but inevitably dies by the end of the movie, often sacrificing themselves to save everyone else. I'd love to know about movies where the opposite happens, and their skills actually helps them get through alive, bonus points if the actual dumb characters die due to their stupidity, submitted by /u/Saoirseisthebest [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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