Stormy Horror Movies

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  1. Cooperkill

    Cooperkill Active Member

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    I'm from Long Island and am gearing up for a hurricane. I thought I'd celebrate with some stormy horror flicks (wind and rain, not snow). Let's see how many we can name. I'll start with:

    The Deadly Spawn
    The Slayer
    I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
     
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    The Unseen
    Friday the 13th
    Friday the 13th - The Final Chapter
    Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning
    Happy Birthday to Me
    Stage Fright '80
    Stagefright '87
     
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    Return of the Living Dead
    The Final Terror
    Screams of a Winter Night
     
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    Storm Warning
    Dagon
     
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    Does the movie Seven count as horror? If so I would add that one
     
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    Poltergeist!
     
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    It does in my book. So does The Silence of the Lambs, but that's a discussion for a different thread.
     
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    Storm of the Century... different kind of storm but very appropriate for your geographic location. :)
     
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    THE WIND with Meg Foster,CAPE FEAR(straddles the horror and thriller genres).SUSPIRIA opens and closes with storms.
     
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    Definitely agree with Storm Warning and Storm of the Century - love both movies.
    Also, Home for the Holidays and The Old Dark House.
     
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    i was thinking of that one, but wasn't sure whether or not to classify it as horror. It's a fantastic movie, and the storm scene at the end is great.

    absolutely!

    also The Evil and The Church, and Day of the Animals has a pretty great storm scene where Leslie Nielson goes nuts.
     
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    Identity is another movie I can't think about without thinking about that constant rain outside.
     
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    Burning Bright takes place during bad storm, and is a cool little flick that I hadn't heard of and ended up being pleasantly surprised with.
     
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    Dolls (1987) – at least during parts of the film.

    The Fog (1980)

    Sorority House Massacre II (1990) – constant cheap storm opticals!

    Stormswept (1995) - crappy, but it has boobies
     
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    The Zero Boys

    I think it storms in the wrap-around segment of After Midnight.
     
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    THE SHINING features a blizzard.
     
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    :D

    I was going to say John Carpenter's The Thing until I re-read the OP.

    Aside from the rest of the films mentioned here, i am drawing a blank! :mad:
     
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    My bad with the blizzard posting.Just came through a storm of my own.Power was out since last Friday due to Hurricane Irene.Hope all our members on the East Coast came through okay !
     
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    Yikes! Glad everything's OK, Eric H.
     

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