Discussion in 'TV Shows, Movies, and Music' started by Dead2009, Aug 20, 2015.
this is still happening? i thought it was cancelled
I haven't seen too many horror movies, but my favorites would have to be the classics, like:
- Exorcist, Halloween, nightmare on elm street
basically any paranormal, slasher, or psychological horror movie
I think it is The Ring.
I was scared after watching this.
My favourites are friday the 13th (1-9), saw (the whole series), nightmare on elm street (1-6, fvj), final destination, and halloween
New Line Cinema’s Conjuring Universe Surpasses $1 Billion
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I hate the conjouring, it is boring to me, I only liked the first one
How can you hate them but like the first one?
I find the first alright i'd say
Tobe Hooper, ‘Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ and ‘Poltergeist’ Director, Dies at 74
poltergeist was 1 of my favorites growing up. RIP
Pennywise has been busy lately. A single red balloon appears in a window of Stephen King's home a week before 'IT' comes out.
I am so excited to see it. Stephen King said the movie was great and my friend told me people were saying it's the most terrifying movie they've ever seen. It will be my first horror movie I'll be seeing in theaters, wish me luck lol
i'm watching it thursday night with a friend of mine. my wife chickened out weeks ago
I'd love to go to a midnight screening, or at least at night. Last time I chickened out was Howl-o-scream, but I went years later and really enjoyed it. Hopefully I won't get to freaked out.
I'm going either next Friday or a week from tomorrow to see it. Was sorta torn at first on whether or not I wanted to see it in theaters, but the anticipation for this movie is too strong to wait any longer.
The hype for this movie is too strong to ignore lol
should give a boost to the box office. been sluggish as of late
Insidious Chapter 4's title is The Last Key and a trailer is coming soon
Currently hovering between 89 - 90 percent on Rottentomatoes, which is good news that Hollywood didn't screw up this adaptation. I'll remain cautiously optimistic, and withhold judgment until I see it this weekend.
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