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http://www.ccclarion.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/ginger-snaps-1.jpg Ginger Snaps I & II(Unleashed) are quite beautiful stories. The special effects, which are rare, lacking quality, but the strong performances and drama completely overcome this. Essentially, it involves high school girls who get "infected' by a werewolf. But here, becoming a werewolf is an ever increasing transformation - and one direction. In this interpretation, they don't simply go from human-wolf-human, depending on the moon. But they devolve completely into the mindless bloodthirsty creature in time. So that they the film treats the infection as a chronic and ultimately fatal (to ones human experience of life) disease. It's quite touching. The drama is very well done, with more of the Asian-film mindset - focused on motivations, rather than on actions only. I highly recommended these.
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Posted 12/14/15 , edited 12/16/15
This old 2010 movie called "Let me in" (I think thats the title)
I always liked the look of that movie for some reason
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Posted 12/15/15
The 2007 Korean movie 'Epitaph' is the epitome of a beautiful horror film to me. It's set in 1942 during Japan's occupation of Korea. Well worth a watch!

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Posted 12/15/15
Bram Stoker's Dracula is great. Dawn of the Dead(original). Vampire D: Bloodlust(anime)
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Posted 12/18/15
pan's labyrinth
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Posted 12/19/15

dollymacabre wrote:

"Livide" and "Let The Right One In".


Definitively agree with Let The Right One In. I also liked the American version, "Let Me In"
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Posted 12/28/15
I always recommend Polanski's "The Tenant". Bizarre and unsettling and it's a Polanski flick so it looks great.
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Posted 12/30/15

noisomenuisance wrote:

I always recommend Polanski's "The Tenant". Bizarre and unsettling and it's a Polanski flick so it looks great.


I've seen some of Polanski's movies but I've never seen that one. But "Rosemary's Baby" is indeed a classic. And lets not forget the Hitchcock classic "Psycho" (one of the finest uses of black and white ever), and "The Birds".
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Posted 12/31/15
I forgot about "Cemetery Man" Very atmospheric and surreal. Not to mention Anna Falchi, perhaps the most erotically beautiful actress to appear in a horror film.
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Resident Evil series
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Posted 2/20/16
Begotten is an odd one, probably more of an art than horror film. Does have some gruesome scenes but in an arty sort of way y'know?
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the strangers
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I haven't been scared by a horror movie in years. The only way to really scare me in a horror movie is to make me worry about the characters but if the characters aren't good or likable enough then I don't care about them. Actually....there is one other way to scare me. I don't know why but I get scared by that really old ghost moaning sound effect. It's really stupid but it freaks me out.
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