Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General' started by PhoneStud, Feb 2, 2003.
Your Top 3 Horror Films of ALL-TIME ...
RMary's Baby ?
or Maybe Evil Dead ,
I came up with my own top 10 ages ago, and even then, I narrowed it down to 12...
1) The Beyond
2) The Thing
3) Witchfinder General (The conqueror Worm for you USA peeps)
The Wicker Man
Child's Play 3
Top 3 horror films
DAWN OF THE DEAD
THE HILLS HAVE EYES
Top 3 Euro Horror films
HELL OF THE LIVING DEAD:banana:
1) Let Sleeping Corpses Lie
2) My Bloody Valentine
3) Cannibal Holocaust
friday the 13th
last house on the left
i drink your blood
House by the cemetery
Top three of all time, eh? I really hate to say "all time" because tomorrow I may see a film from twenty years ago I never heard of until just now. But to limit it to films I've seen and can currently recall, I have to say:
1. The Beyond
2. The Exorcist
3. A Nightmare on Elm Street
Even as I prepare to send this, other films, such as the Thing, the Birds, and even Jaws are making arguments for inclusion. But I am deaf to them and this is my list.
1 Return Of The Living Dead
2 Friday The 13th
and Texas Chainsaw Massacre :fire: :cry:
1. The Evil Dead Trilogy. Yeah, I am so cheating here.
2. Halloween part one, surely not that last god awful sequel
3. Night/Day/Dawn of the Dead, let the cheating commence.
I was unsure if Donnie Darko counted as horror so I didn't count it, but I like that a hell of a lot too. It also hurt me to not list The Burning, Suspira, Intruder, Fright Night, and Near Dark.
Dang! Not much time to collate all of the possibiles, so I'm doing this by instinct:
1. Alien (1979)
2. The Thing (1982)
3. (tie) Dawn of the Dead (1979)
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
1. Dawn of the Dead
2. Texas Chainsaw Massacre
3. Dead and Buried
I'd like to include Ichi the Killer in my top 3, but I don't think it can be considered horror.
Well, it changes by the week, but here are my favorites as of right now...
2) LAST HOUSE ON DEAD END STREET
1. The Shining (1980)
2. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
3. Suspiria (1976)
and not forgetting:
Les Yeux Sans Visage (Eyes Without A Face)
The Evil Dead
Ring (original version)
Night Of The Living Dead
The Exorcist II (yes!)
shit, I can think of a hundred more...
Last House on the Left
House on the Edge of the Park
Beyond the Darkness
Not in any order
1. The Exorcist - gets better every time I see it and still scares the crap out of me
2. Wicker Man - wow, what an experience and Christopher Lee is the man
3. Fright Night - a favorite from my childhood
It's tough to narrow it down to three, but these are my favorites right now.