Does anybody know some really good horror movies? I’ve seen a lot but I haven’t seen any phenomenal ones
A slasher movie where the final girl/boy turns out to be evil & sadistic just like the killer, and team up for a killing spree in the sequel!
The Evil Dead (1981) + Stop Motion Animation
Who will survive? And what will be left of them?
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Don’t forget to wear face coverings everyone!
just finished watching ready or not and now my crush on adam brody is back
(I’m watching a lot of movies these days)
also great movie, I highly recommend it.
I edited the Jack Attack redraw, I think it looks good.
Yup! He plays Drew Thomas, who helps Ed & Lorraine with their paranormal investigations.
Can’t wait to see him back for The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It.
The version that gave me literal nightmares, aged 16 - Robert Englund as Erik Destler in the 1989 movie, directed by Dwight H Little. Pictures are from a UK VHS, around the late 90s.
This was the only Phantom movie my local (or most other) video rental shop had back when I first fell in love with the story. I couldn’t even track down the Chaney version. So I rented this one as soon as I saw it, and was not prepared, lol. That night, every time I closed my eyes to go to sleep, there was Englund’s Phantom, face falling off, leering at me.
As it was the only screen version I had access to, I rented it several times anyway. I think after my third viewing the nightmares wore off. Though the blurb’s claim that “Robert Englund is the definitive Phantom of the Opera” is of course bollocks, I did really enjoy several things about the film. I generally love horror (as I discovered once horror movies stopped giving me nightmares), and all kinds of sequences are very well done. I love that it includes the graveyard violin scene, music from Faust, and the Red Death, and it’s well shot. I wish they’d gone with sticking closer to the story rather than giving him and Faust-like backstory, and making him an irredeemable serial killer… but it’s a slasher. And given that, I think Englund gave an excellent performance - many moments where you can see the love light up in his eyes, and also, sex appeal. Well, that’s a matter of taste, and he loses it at the end, but in some bits, Destler is hot. I liked the score, too, particularly the “Your eyes see but my shadow” song.
Also it’s the first time I remember noticing and loving Bill Nighy in a movie. And I liked Jill Schoelen, who was also excellent in The Stepfather.
Again, I haven’t actually watched it in years now, but given how mediocre most movie adaptations of Phantom are, the fact I’d happily watch it again says plenty!
Moira O’ Hara, Oil On Canvas
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