Most Beautiful Horror Film ...

Discussion in 'Reader Polls' started by _pi_, Sep 4, 2003.

  1. gloomy grrl

    gloomy grrl Guest

    Peeping Tom
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    Ugetsu Monogatari (borderline - ghost story)
     
  2. Dilmo

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    Bram Stoker's Dracula
    The Hunger
    Wolfen
    to add to some already great choices.
     
  3. wago70

    wago70 Surviving on nostalgia

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    My favorites: ALIEN, Suspiria, Company of Wolves, The Hunger, Masque of the Red Death, Carrie and The Howling (the woodsy atmosphere is just sumptious!)
     
  4. fcalderon

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    "Dressed To Kill" directed by Brian DePalma is just perfect !

    Franco
     
  5. Tuzotonic

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    Pretty much anything directed by Bava or Argento. That's Mario Bava not Lamberto, although Demons did have it's beautiful moments.
     
  6. RickB

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    Rosemary's Baby,Friday the 13th,Texas chainsaw massacre all come to mind.
     
  7. janmi

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    Guys, guys...sure the Shining, Friday the 13th and The Ring are very stylish movies, but the most BEAUTIFUL horror film is:

    The Fearless Vampire Killers (by Roman Polanski)
     

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  8. Ichi

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    "Dellamorte Dellamore" all the way. Stunning cinematography and lighting.
     
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  9. DVD-fanatic-9

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    I hate to say it... but I think the millennium have delivered some serious stunners in this "category".

    Especially The Nightmare and The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears.
     
  10. Harry Warden

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    The Shining, Wolf Creek, What Lies Beneath, Planet of the Apes (1968), Jeepers Creepers, The Villiage, any too many of the Hammer classics to count.
     
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    Honorable mentions on my list for Richard Stanley's Hardware and Dust Devil.
     

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