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Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:48 pm
by Dolls
Some films can put the shit up you! What's yours?

My one is the very old film 'night of the demon' old fifties film but lots of atmosphere :eek:


Loved the hammer films also,one of my actors was Vincent Price! :thumb:

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:56 pm
by smeggypants
I found the Aliens trilogy quite scary in places. ( at the time :) )

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 7:05 pm
by Dolls
The bit that got me out was the first alien film when that thing jumped out of John Hursts body.

Carrie at the end if the film when the hand come up from the grave! I jumped out if my seat

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 7:09 pm
by Morgan le Fay
Cloverfield is pretty good.

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 7:15 pm
by phild05
Japanese or Korean films scare the shit out of peeps, they make the best creepy horror stuff these days. The "Ring" trilogy is an excellent example. Watch them in this order: Ring, Ring 2, Ring 0 :splif:

A series of Spanish movies called "Rec" was recommended to me also, so I bought the trilogy. Yet to watch em though....

Also try: "Ju on" and "Audition". You won't believe what happens in the latter :eek:

Couple of trailers here: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0178868/?ref_=fn_al_tt_4

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 7:40 pm
by Dolls
I tend to like the oldie ones,pure ghost stories as well,although the Shining got me as I'd read the book!

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:14 pm
by Docteur Qui
Dolls wrote:Some films can put the shit up you! What's yours?

My one is the very old film 'night of the demon' old fifties film but lots of atmosphere :eek:


Loved the hammer films also,one of my actors was Vincent Price! :thumb:


I remember back in the 70s they used to do a horror double bill on a friday night! I remember the first two films of the season were Night of the Demon and The Ghoul. Night of the Demon is a truly brilliant and very creepy film, the use of music in that film were spot on and the special effects were very good for the time...Good choice Dolls!

For me, I think it was probably Pit and the Pendulum with Vincent Price followed by the Fall of the House of Usher! Although I and a HUGE Hammer film Dracula in particular and Peter Cushing is my absolute top of the list favourite actor!

The original Salem's Lot two parter was very scary but I also remember being very scared by a brilliant old film with Peter Lorre called the Beast with Five Fingers, which was, I think, supposed to be a bit of a comedy horror but it scared me stupid!

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:25 pm
by pack247

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:38 pm
by Arnold Layne
My favourite, by a country mile, is a comedy horror, with fantastic music.

It's The Return Of The Living Dead. Here's the trailer.......

[Link To Youtube Video]

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:41 pm
by pack247
Arnold Layne wrote:My favourite, by a country mile, is a comedy horror, with fantastic music.

It's The Return Of The Living Dead. Here's the trailer.......



That sure does look scary indeed.

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 11:01 pm
by True red
The Human Centipede - that is one well f'd up film.

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:47 am
by Swing
Arnold Layne wrote:My favourite, by a country mile, is a comedy horror, with fantastic music.

It's The Return Of The Living Dead. Here's the trailer.......



Brilliant film, one of the few films I had to buy the soundtrack for.

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:58 am
by Dolls
Docteur Qui wrote:
Dolls wrote:Some films can put the shit up you! What's yours?

My one is the very old film 'night of the demon' old fifties film but lots of atmosphere :eek:


Loved the hammer films also,one of my actors was Vincent Price! :thumb:


I remember back in the 70s they used to do a horror double bill on a friday night! I remember the first two films of the season were Night of the Demon and The Ghoul. Night of the Demon is a truly brilliant and very creepy film, the use of music in that film were spot on and the special effects were very good for the time...Good choice Dolls!

For me, I think it was probably Pit and the Pendulum with Vincent Price followed by the Fall of the House of Usher! Although I and a HUGE Hammer film Dracula in particular and Peter Cushing is my absolute top of the list favourite actor!

The original Salem's Lot two parter was very scary but I also remember being very scared by a brilliant old film with Peter Lorre called the Beast with Five Fingers, which was, I think, supposed to be a bit of a comedy horror but it scared me stupid!


Loved pit that was my very first X film I went to see I was a out 15 then and terrified they wouldn't let me in cos of being underage,also Usher loved both of those films, yes and the beast with 5fingers also terrified me. A similar one to that was one of the tales from the crypt stories a out the artist whose hand kept haunting the art critic

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:58 am
by Dolls
Docteur Qui wrote:
Dolls wrote:Some films can put the shit up you! What's yours?

My one is the very old film 'night of the demon' old fifties film but lots of atmosphere :eek:


Loved the hammer films also,one of my actors was Vincent Price! :thumb:


I remember back in the 70s they used to do a horror double bill on a friday night! I remember the first two films of the season were Night of the Demon and The Ghoul. Night of the Demon is a truly brilliant and very creepy film, the use of music in that film were spot on and the special effects were very good for the time...Good choice Dolls!

For me, I think it was probably Pit and the Pendulum with Vincent Price followed by the Fall of the House of Usher! Although I and a HUGE Hammer film Dracula in particular and Peter Cushing is my absolute top of the list favourite actor!

The original Salem's Lot two parter was very scary but I also remember being very scared by a brilliant old film with Peter Lorre called the Beast with Five Fingers, which was, I think, supposed to be a bit of a comedy horror but it scared me stupid!


Loved pit that was my very first X film I went to see I was a out 15 then and terrified they wouldn't let me in cos of being underage,also Usher loved both of those films, yes and the beast with 5fingers also terrified me. A similar one to that was one of the tales from the crypt stories a out the artist whose hand kept haunting the art critic

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:33 am
by Docteur Qui
Dolls wrote:
... A similar one to that was one of the tales from the crypt stories a out the artist whose hand kept haunting the art critic


That would be a segment from the brilliant film Dr Terror's House of Horrors with the fantastic line up of Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Donald Sutherland, Roy Castle and erm Alan Freeman!! ( :hmmm: )

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:33 am
by Dolls
Actually I think it was Usher the first X film ,I think it was before Pit. Also loved phibes

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:40 pm
by Arnold Layne
Swing wrote:
Arnold Layne wrote:My favourite, by a country mile, is a comedy horror, with fantastic music.

It's The Return Of The Living Dead.


Brilliant film, one of the few films I had to buy the soundtrack for.

Yeah, me too, Swing.

So burn, burn the flames.
Higher, higher, and higher!"

:howl:

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:07 pm
by Dolls
Docteur Qui wrote:
Dolls wrote:
... A similar one to that was one of the tales from the crypt stories a out the artist whose hand kept haunting the art critic


That would be a segment from the brilliant film Dr Terror's House of Horrors with the fantastic line up of Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Donald Sutherland, Roy Castle and erm Alan Freeman!! ( :hmmm: )



Yes it's was Michael Gough that played the haunted art critic.

Your Best Creepie Films

PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:10 pm
by Channel Hopper
Tourist trap (with Chuck Connors) :eek4:

There has never been anything quite like it before, or since.

[Link To Youtube Video]



Full movie (Yay !)

[Link To Youtube Video]