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OP Fri Oct 29, 2010 8:58 pm
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Hey guys,i want to ask you if you have some preferate horror movies,i have many of them and i want to see what is yours,the most horror videos images etc,movies,games,etc....

My favorite movies is :I: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 5 - The Dream Child Movie
Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 7: Wes Craven’s New Nightmare (1994)
Freddy vs. Jason (2003)

The seoncd is : The Grudge (2004)
The Grudge 2: Trap (2006)
The Grudge 3: The key mystery (2009)
And the Ju-On version is very horror.

The third is : The Ring - Avertisment (2002)
The Ring Two - Second avertisment (2005)
The Ring 3D

The 4 is : The Exorcist (1973)
Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977)
The Exorcist III (1990)
Exorcist: The Beginning (2004)
The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005)

Others : Psycho (1960)
Alien (1979)
Stralucirea (1980)
Diabolicele (1955)
The Thing (1982)
Rosemary's Baby (1968)
Frankenstein (1931)
Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari. (1920)
Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens (1922)
Werckmeister harmóniák (2000)
Faust - Eine deutsche Volkssage (1926)
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Dawn of the Dead (1978)
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)
Kaidan (1964)
Shaun of the Dead (2004)
Onibaba (1964)
Halloween (1978)
The Innocents (1961)
Repulsion (1965)
Spalovac mrtvol (1969)
The Birds (1963)
The Unknown (1927)
Freaks (1932)
The Man Who Laughs (1928)
Evil Dead II (1987)
Les yeux sans visage (1960)
Grindhouse (2007)
Körkarlen (1921)
Vredens dag (1943)
The Invisible Man (1933)
Island of Lost Souls (1932)
Dead of Night (1945)
Dead Snow ( 2010 )
Peeping Tom (1960)
The Haunting (1963/I)
I pugni in tasca (1965)
Zombieland (2009)
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)
Vargtimmen (1968)
Häxan (1922)
The Wicker Man (1973)
The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939)
Saw (2004)
[Rec] (2007)
Dracula (1931)
Profondo rosso (1975)

And some Comedy Films :

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) :

The first Ace Ventura is the movie that made Jim Carrey a huge star. It grossed $72 million, but had a lower budget. It has a strong 6.6 rating on IMDB and Carrey received good reviews for his performance as the bumbling pet detective assigned to rescue the Miami mascot before the Super Bowl. The sequel made more money than the original, but didn’t receive the same warm reception. The first Ace Ventura still appears on TV many times today, and is responsible for much of Carrey’s career.

Dumb and Dumber (1994) :

This Jim Carrey hit grossed $127 million in 1994, a big chunk of money. It also scored a 7.2 on IMDB among its favorable reviews from critics. The movie is a fixture on cable television to this day, cementing its legacy as one of Carrey’s most popular movies. It also spawned a TV series and a spin-off.

Bruce Almighty (2003) :

This is Carrey’s second highest grossing leading role, pulling in $242 million at the domestic box office. Carrey plays a struggling weatherman in Buffalo who is given the chance to play God. The supporting cast includes Steve Carell, Morgan Freeman, and Jennifer Aniston. It was a huge hit that spawned a sequel, though Carrey did not appear in that. It also received a large number of positive reviews from critics and a 6.6 on IMDB.

The Truman Show (1998) :

Carrey entered more dramatic territory with this Peter Weir film about a man who is unaware that his whole life is a reality show. It was a highly original film that grossed $125 million at the box office. It has an 8.0 rating on IMDB puts in the Top 250 on that site. Carrey received a lot of praise for his performance in the film.

Liar, Liar (1997) :

Prior to Liar, Liar in 1997, Jim Carrey had a couple of flops and his start was thought to be fading. Reuniting with director Tom Shadyac, Carrey played a lawyer who can only tell the truth for 24 hours. It grossed $181 million and produced solid critical and audience responses. It also restored Carrey as a box office star.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) :

This was a truly unique vehicle for Carrey. Though its box office success falls short of most Carrey movies, it is arguably the most favorably reviewed movie on his resume. It has an 8.5 rating on IMDB, landing it in the top 60 movies. It also gave Carrey credibility as a purely dramatic actor. Dealing with erasing bad memories from the mind, it’s one of the more original movies of the decade.

How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) :

This is Carrey’s highest grossing movie, pulling in $260 million domestic. It received modest reviews, but became a popular holiday hit. It was directed by Ron Howard.

The Mask (1994) :

No Jim Carrey movie list is complete without this comedy masterpiece. Box office earnings and ratings aside The Mask is a definite favorite of mine, along with 71,575 voters on IMDB. If this list was made based on humor genius alone, The Mask would top this list. Hands down.

Horton Hears A Who (2008) :

Jim Carrey provided the starring voice in this hit from the Dr. Seuss library. It was a box office, critical, and audience success that has seen great sales on DVD as well.

Yes Man (2008) :

Jim Carrey plays a man who makes a life changing decision to say yes to everything. It grossed a modest $97 million by Carrey comedy standards.

Charles Spencer Chaplin : April 16, 1889 -December 25, 1977 : Charlie Chaplin Films from 1914 - 1967 :

Making a Living - Feb. 2
Kid Auto Races at Venice - Feb. 7
Mabel's Strange Predicament - Feb. 9
Between Showers - Feb. 28
A Johnnie Film - March 2
Tango Tangles - March 9
His Favorite Pastime - March 16
Cruel, Cruel Love - March 26
The Star Boarder - April 4
Mabel at the Wheel - April 18
Twenty Minutes of Love - April 20
Caught in a Cabaret - April 27
Caught in the Rain - May 4
A Busy Day - May 7
The Fatal Mallet - June 1
Her Friend the Bandit - June 4
The Knockout - June 11
Mabel's Busy Day - June 13
A Mabel's Married Life - June 20
Laughing Gas - July 9
The Property Man - Aug. 1
The Face in the Bar Room Floor- Aug. 10
Recreation - Aug. 18
The Masquerader - Aug. 27
His New Profession - Aug. 31
The Rounders - Sept. 7
The New Janitor - Sept. 24
Those Love Pangs - Oct. 10
Dough and Dynamite - Oct. 26
Gentlemen of Nerve - Oct. 29
His Musical Career - Nov. 7
His Trysting Place - Nov. 9
Punctured Romance - Nov. 14
Getting Acquainted - Dec. 5
His Prehistoric Past - Dec. 7
Essanay Films - 1915 - 1916 :

His New Job - Feb. 1, 1915
A Night Out - Feb. 15, 1915
The Champion - March 11, 1915
In the Park - March 18, 1915
A Jitney Elopement - April 1, 1915
The Tramp - April 11, 1915
By the Sea - April 29, 1915
Work - June 21, 1915
A Woman - July 12, 1915
The Bank - Aug. 9, 1915
Shanghaied - Oct. 4, 1915
A Night in the Show - Nov. 20, 1915
Charlie Chaplin's Carmen - Dec. 18, 1916
Charlie Chaplin's Burlesque on Carmen Essanay's long version - April 22, 1916
Police - May 27, 1916

Mutual Films - 1916 - 1917 :

The Floorwalker - May 15, 1916
The Fireman - June 12, 1916
The Vagabond - July 10, 1916
One A.M. - Aug. 7, 1916
The Count - Sept. 4, 1916
The Pawnshop - Oct. 2, 1916
Behind the Screen - Nov. 13, 1916
The Rink - Dec. 4, 1916
Easy Street -Jan. 22, 1917
The Cure - April 16, 1917
The Immigrant - June 17, 1917
The Adventurer - Oct. 22, 1917

First National Films - 1918 - 1923 :
A Dog's Life - April 14, 1918
Shoulder Arms - October 20, 1918
The Bond - December 16, 1918
Sunnyside - June 15, 1919
A Day's Pleasure - December 15, 1919
The Kid - February 6, 1921
The Idle Class - September 25, 1921
Pay Day - April 2, 1922
The Pilgrim - February 26, 1923

United Artist Films - 1924 - 1952 :

A Woman of Paris - October 1, 1923
The Gold Rush - June 21, 1925
The Circus - January 6, 1928
City Lights - January 30, 1931
Modern Times - February 5, 1936
The Great Dictator - October 15, 1940
The Gold Rush - 1942 (re-release)
Monsieur Verdoux - April 11, 1947
Limelight - October 23, 1952
Last U.S. Film

British Productions
London 1957 - 1967 :

A King in New York September 12, 1957
A Countess From Hong Kong January 2, 1967
Triple Trouble August 11, 1918
Chase Me Charlie May 1918
The Chaplin Revue - 1959
His Regeneration 1915 - Essanay Broncho Billy film
How to Make Movies 1918 - First National
The Nut 1921 - Douglas Fairbanks film
The Professor 1922 - First National
Souls for Sale 1923 - Rupert Hughes - MGM
Hollywood 1923 - Paramount Picture
Show People 1928 - Cosmopolitan - MGM

Charlie Chaplin Documentaries :

The Eternal Tramp - 1965
Early Biography
Narrated by Gloria Swanson

Chaplin's Art of Comedy - 1969
Mainly features film clips
Early documentary

The Gentleman Tramp - 1975
Official Biography
Narrated by Walter Matthau

Unknown Chaplin Series - 1983
Happiest Years
(rare clips of Edna Purviance)
The Great Director
(interviews Coogan, Grey, Hale and Cherrill)
Hidden Treasures
(The Professor and outtakes of The Circus)
Kevin Brownlow and David Gill

The Tramp and the Dictator - 2002
Contains Sydney Chaplin's color films of Chaplin on the Dictator set
Kevin Brownlow and Michael Kloft

Charlie:The Life and
Art of Charles Chaplin - 2003
included in the Chaplin DVD collection
by Richard Schickel

Charlie Chaplin
Forgotten Years - 2003
Last twenty plus years of the filmmaker's life
with interviews with Chaplin's children

Chaplin Today

Louis de Funes :
Le Gendarme de St. Tropez
Le Gendarme à New York
Le Gendarme et Les Extraterrestres
Le Gendarme et les Gendarmettes
La Soupe Aux Choux
La Zizanie
L'Aile Ou la Cuisse
The Mad Adventures of "Rabbi" Jacob
La Folie des Grandeurs
Sur un Arbre Perché
Le Gendarme En Balade
L'Homme Orchestre
Le Gendarme Se Marie
Le Tatoué
Le Petit Baigneur
Les Grandes Vacances
Fantômas contre Scotland Yard
La Grande Vadrouille
Keep the Red Light Burning
Le Grand Restaurant
Fantômas Se Déchaîne
Les Bons Vivants
Le Corniaud
Un Grand Seigneur
Faites Sauter la Banque
Une Souris Chez les Hommes
Un Drole De Caid
Des Pissenlits Par La Racine
Le Gentleman d'Epsom
Le Diable Et Les Dix Commandements
Le Crime Ne Paie Pas
La Vendetta
Un Clair de Lune a Maubeuge
Nous Irons a Deauville
Les Veinards
Le Capitaine Fracasse
La Belle Americaine
Dans L'eau Qui Fait des Bulles
Les Tortillards
I Tartassati
Totò, Eva e il pennello proibito
Mon Pote le Gitan
Certains L'aiment Froide
La Vie a Deux
Ni Vu, Ni Connu
Taxi, Roulotte et Corrida
Comme un Cheveu Sur la Soupe
Photo Finish
La Traversée de Paris
Bebes a Gogo
Si Paris Nous Etait Conté
La Loi des Rues
Courte Tete
La Bande a Papa
Bonjour Sourire
L'Impossible Monsieur Pipelet
Les Hussards
La Reine Margot
Mam'zelle Nitouche
Le Secret d'Helene Marimon
Scenes de Menage
Les Hommes Ne Pensent Qu'a Ca
Les Intrigantes
Les Impures
Ingrid - Die Geschichte Eines Fotomodells
Poisson d'avril
Escalier de Service
Huis Clos
Papa, Maman, la Bonne et Moi
Ah! les Belles Bacchantes
Le Blé en Herbe
Le Mouton à Cinq Pattes
Les Corsaires du Bois de BoulogneLe Chevalier de la Nuit
Innocents in Paris
Femmes De Paris
Dortoir des Grandes
Faites-Moi Confiance
L'Etrange Desir de Monsieur Bard
Les Compagnes de la Nuit
Sister Act 1
Sister Act 2
Sister Act 3
And many others :d whats yours:D
Fri Oct 29, 2010 9:56 pm
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Ummm I did not see The Grudge yet.Everyone is like OMG this is so scarry!!!
I saw the trailer but it doesn't seem so scarry.Still, that white skin girl does look funny.
I don't know why but I don't often feel scared when watching horror movies.

I think that the only horror movie that ever scared me was House of 13 ghosts.Mostly because ghosts are probally the only things that scare me in movies.
The movie scares me because those ugly ghosts suddenly appear on the screen or move their heads weird....or there's a super ugly ghost with a cage on it's head and scratches a girl everywhere and hits her of all the walls.
Also the same girl was looking in a mirror in a bathroom and she was thinking that everything is alright.But in that house you had to wear some special glasses to be able to see the ghosts.And the movie was showing us what was actually happening in the bathroom.And there was a naked ghost behind her.And the girl touched the water in the tub but she didn't know that the ghost was inside the tub bathing in blood.Scarrryyyyy xD or maybe for others not so scarry.But you should certainly watch this movie.

Are you sure that Dracula is a horror movie?I saw a dracula movie once but it was pretty funny.More like a comedy.

Anddddd nowww my favorite comedies are Showtime with Robert De Niro and Eddy Murphy[my two favorite actors] and See Spot Run with this funny guy from Two Men And A Half Angus T. Jones and David Arquette[this dude is also good with comedies.It's like his face says:LAUGH!!!] And Home alone....all the movies with Macaulay Culkin [he's such a cutie xD]
But there are LOADS of comedies that I love....the night wouldn't be enough to count'em all.

Comedies are certainly my favorite movies.And yes horror movies do get in comedies for me.They just make me lmaooo....last time when I saw a horror movie I was laughing my ass off and my sister and a friend were hidding behind the curtain.
Probally they make me LOL because I know that such things are impossible so I think it's funny.Actually hillarious.xD
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Get Out
The Babadook
A Nightmare On Elm Street
The Woman In Black
And the original Woman In Black
The Shining
Friday The 13th
The Blair Witch Project
The Woman
Drag Me To Hell
Paranormal Activity
Don't Look Now
Children Of The Corn
It Follows
The Omen
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The Others
28 Days Later
The Ring
The Cabin In The Woods
The Exorcist
The Grudge
The Descent
The Strangers
The Purge
The House Of The Devil
The Sinister

These are my fav... i can count to two or three times those...

Meet the Parents
Mean Girls
Pulp Fiction
Hot Fuzz
Safety Last!
The Graduate
Local Hero
Shoulder Arms
Sunnyside The
Idle Class

i think that's enough haha :D
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the Shinning
Nightmare on elm street
Friday the 13th
The thing
the swampthing
Alien vs Predator
Jeepers Creepers
The Ring
The Grudge
Puppet Master
Night of the living Dead
Day of the Dead
Dawn of the Dead
Land of the Dead
The Omen
The Exorcist
Pet semetary
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Devil in the Dark


The Dirt

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The Exorcist
The Babadook
A Nightmare On Elm Street
The Purge
The Woman In Black
And the original Woman In Black
The Shining
Scary Movie
Friday The 13th
Drag Me To Hell
The conjuring
It follows
Night of the Living Dead
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
The House Of The Devil
The Sinister
Final Destination
Sister Act
Wed Mar 27, 2019 2:24 pm
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Saving Private Ryan
Any Studio Ghibli Movie
Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:24 am
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For horror movies - The conjuring part 1-3
Chucky franchise
Nightmare on elm street
As above so below
The first purge
Truth or dare
the meg
a quiet place
the nun
pet semetary
escape room
It chapter 2
the curse of la llorna
Scary stories they tell us
pet semetary
Most of these movies are 2018-2019 and are new so you go ahead and check it out

As for Comedy- How high
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nice listful ill consider watching few very soon
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IT, The House Of The Devil , A Nightmare On Elm Street , Woman In Black , And the original Woman In Black ,The Sinister , The Purge , The Shining ,The Exorcist , The Babadook , Sinister ,Sister Act ,Hellraiser ,Saw ,Scream ,Friday The 13th , Scary Movie , Drag Me To Hell ,Us ,The conjuring ,It follows ,Night of the Living Dead ,What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? ,Final Destination
these are few i can reemember

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