WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE HORROR MOVIE??

My all time favorite is Trilogy of Terror.

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That little need to see a dentist, bad hair day, critter needs to meet up with the great Midnight ThuDD! Blade 1.
1. Curse of the Demon (AKA Night of the Demon)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSTA97Msls8
2. Dawn of The Dead (the original)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpuNE1cX03c
3. The Haunting (the original)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xq74oz6mf3w
4. The Devil Rides Out
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VE77ixG7DY
5. Near Dark
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6VeaiSSupI
"Trilogy of Terror" was awesome! Top of my list has to be 'John Carpenter's' "The Thing". Next would be the 1979 version of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers". Rounding out my top 3 would have to be "28 Days Later" with the alternate ending. To me the best 'horror' films are those where one way or another, everybody's screwed.
Oh YEAH! Love Trilogy but my favorite is The Exorcist and even though the production quality is TERRIBLE I also feel some kind of way about Abby, the 1974 blaxploitation horror film about a woman who is possessed by an African sex spirit. This was filmed in my hometown of Louisville, KY during the time I was growing up there. I was a toddler but that's neither here nor there!


FYI -- "The film was a financial success, but was pulled from theaters after the film's distributor, American International Pictures, was accused of copyright violation by Warner Bros., which saw the film as being derivative of The Exorcist and filed a lawsuit against AIP. -- wikipedia"


NettieB said:
Oh YEAH! Love Trilogy but my favorite is The Exorcist and even though the production quality is TERRIBLE I also feel some kind of way about Abby, the 1974 blaxploitation horror film about a woman who is possessed by an African sex spirit. This was filmed in my hometown of Louisville, KY during the time I was growing up there. I was a toddler but that's neither here nor there!


FYI -- "The film was a financial success, but was pulled from theaters after the film's distributor, American International Pictures, was accused of copyright violation by Warner Bros., which saw the film as being derivative of The Exorcist and filed a lawsuit against AIP. -- wikipedia"

I have wanted to see this for years, but I don't think it's on DVD yet. Every Halloween my friends and I watch a horror-themed blacksploitation movie. Last year it was Blackenstein, the year before that Scream Blacula Scream. I was hoping for either Abby or Bernie Casey's Jekyll and Hyde movie (can't think of the name of it), but we're desperate this year. I think we're doing The Thing With Two Heads.
I know someone who went underground and bought a VHS tape which he then digitized and burned to DVD. We all gathered at his house and watched his DVD.
I don't know why, but in the scene where the demon possessed woman is slapping her husband, all I could hear in my head is Damon Wayans' in his Blankman voice screaming.



NettieB said:
Oh YEAH! Love Trilogy but my favorite is The Exorcist and even though the production quality is TERRIBLE I also feel some kind of way about Abby, the 1974 blaxploitation horror film about a woman who is possessed by an African sex spirit. This was filmed in my hometown of Louisville, KY during the time I was growing up there. I was a toddler but that's neither here nor there!


FYI -- "The film was a financial success, but was pulled from theaters after the film's distributor, American International Pictures, was accused of copyright violation by Warner Bros., which saw the film as being derivative of The Exorcist and filed a lawsuit against AIP. -- wikipedia"
Anyone remember Sugar Hill?

JD's Revenge

"I will have my Revenge!" Glyn Thurman as J. D.s vessel of vengence! Snoop and Pam Grier were in a semi remake . The advice by the New Orleans doc had us roaring!


D K Gaston said:
Anyone remember Sugar Hill?


This looks AWESOME! I think I just found our Halloween double feature flick.

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