Directed by James Gunn and starring Nathan Fillion of FIREFLY fame and Elizabeth Banks this is an absolutely fantastic horror-scifi-comedy with fantastic writing a great cast and some over the top gore.
Christian Bale at one time was one of my favourite actors and two films that were the reason for that are The Machinist and American Psycho. Neil Marshall became a legend of the genre with Dog soldiers and he brought things up another notch and proved why he is a true master of horror with THE DESCENT.
Much like SPLINTER Trick R Treat got a very limited release which is a shame since it is one of the best anthology films ever made.
The SAW Franchise has come a long way and we are now at SAW 7 which is slated for release this Halloween in 3D. Get over it, when talking culturally about decades and centuries, people refer to 2000 as the beginning of the 21st century.
The absence of THE CABIN IN THE WOODS from this otherwise impeccable list of yours is criminal! The film is directed by Craig Efros and also stars Matt Doherty, Sunkrish Bala, Mikelti Williamson, Val Morrison, Matthew Carey, and Bresha Webb. An intensely scary film event, this is one film that you don’t want to believe was based on true events. I’ve never been much of a voodoo film fan, however if I were to vote on any, this would be the one to take the lead.
Its the tale of a meteorite that brings down an ALIEN life force that takes over a small town. Unfortunately Terminator Salvation tainted my love for him a bit because of his outburst and his poor performance as John Conner.
It tells the story of a group of young and attractive women who go caving and encounter a new species living deep underground.
Somewhat like CREEPSHOW its the tale of a town that is set upon by some Halloween evil and is told through the eyes of very distinct stories with different characters that are all interconnected. Regardless of which side of the fence you sit on its a safe bet you probably loved this movie as much as I did. This Swedish tale of teen love incorporates a vampire angle and is easily one of the greatest vampire films ever made. Along the way the franchise has had alot of hiccups and frankly most of the sequels have been sad cash grabs for horror fans money.
If you troll or post spam or act like a child we will send you to your room without dinner and take away your posting priviledges. Haute Tension is slick and stylish and scary (id say its modern giallo in some of its stylish cinematography and inventive kills) and INSIDE is just fucking brutal, when people ask what is horror-that movie is pure horror. Talking of horror comedies, I’ve found CABIN much more compelling and wise than both ZOMBIELAND and SHAUN. I would if I could take the shows seriously, sadly many of them tend to find a comedic approach or it’s just simply a hoax. I have seen some documentaries that while not directly films (per se) are quite scary themselves. If you were around the year when this film came out (1979), you know that it was inspired by a 1977 best seller. Since the debut of this film, I have actually seen a few really good documentaries that detail this legend. You might even say it was a precursor influence to many of the 21st century found footage style films.
I took the positive stance on this one, a movie that does a pretty damn good job at being scary and rooted in demon possession.


There have been entire books and documentaries based on this strange entity in greater detail.
This 1988 film was a creepy look at the phenomena of living zombies directed under Wes Craven. Ed was found to be insane but is confirmed to have murdered at least 2 women and several other victims. Knowing that, I’m guessing your level of being creeped out just got quite a bit creepier.
Nathan Fillion plays the local sherrif who must fight this evil force as the entire town turns against him. American Psycho tells the story of a rich broker who is also an absolute psycho who preys on women in a secret life. They find themselves trapped and must fight to survive as this new species attempts to make them lunch. It tells the story of a bunch of eco-terrorists who inadvertently release the RAGE virus which turns the inhabitants of ENGLAND into zombie like screaming and killing machines.
The two main characters are a young and lonely boy and a young and equally lonely vampire girl. Now, over the years we have seen many filmmakers take this idea and put it to film, for example Grave Encounters, but today we have a brand new flick entitled Hollows Grove, and it definitely looks promising. Soon after arriving at the orphanage the team begins to realize that what they thought would be a routine investigation is turning in to a nightmare from which they can’t escape.
The case was actually one of many that the paranormal team of Ed and Lorraine Warren took under wing over their life time. The Bell Witch story is one of the more well know ones about a haunting that occurred in the 1800’s. This paranormal rooted film took a stance in the way that Amityville horror did, in the simple sense of it re-constructing a reported event. The film itself was created based on the inspiration of the drug tetrodotoxin which is used in Haiti. His case was exploited due to his fascination with dead bodies and the wearing of human skin.
While bad skin and a rotating head are not part of the original inspiration, it is true that film was based on a real Catholic exorcism case.
Featuring nail guns, a naked chainsaw assault and violent and disturbing sexual content American Psycho is well written and disturbing and is another film that every single horror fan should own. Well written in a very claustrophobic environment its elements of isolation, brutal violence and sheer terror make The Descent a joy ride of horrifying moments. If you liked Creepshow you will absolutely love Trick R Treat with its interesting stories and characters and the way they all tie together for one big horrific Halloween story. Fast moving and very creepy the rage infected inhabitants of England are something you don’t want to encounter. Two men wake up chained to the wall in a cellar and must figure out where they are, why they are there and how they can escape.
So for clarification, these films were created to tell the stories of reported past occurrences that themselves are considered non-fiction.
They were invited to investigate a series of hauntings over the request of the family who resided at the location.
Over the years, with remakes and skewed data, the Lutz family saga has been taken less seriously. The root here is of a disgruntled neighbor who felt cheated after the Bell family purchased her land.


Based on the legend of Anneliese Michel (loosely based, as reaffirmed), it depicts the events that led to the possession of Emily Rose (Jennifer Carpenter),which also has the head priest on the case Father Richard Moore being charged wit negligent homicide.
The sequel which was recently released is also worth checking out as it nearly lives up to the orginal. Directed by Danny Boyles it stars Cillian Murphy who plays a man coming out of a coma 28 days after the outbreak and must try to figure out what is going on and more importantly how to survive in this horrific new world. They solve puzzles from the mysterious JIGSAW along the way which all have a gruesome outcome.
How can 2000 be part of the 20th century lol get your facts straight before constructing an argument. As a payback she is said to have cursed the family which later lead to strange and malicious spectral haunting’s.
More specifically it was based on a book by Frank Defelitta that detailed the case of Doris Bither who experienced her encounter within Culver City, California. As a film, it has got some great creepy scenes that were even performed without special effects (those nasty contortions).
The box is said to contain a restless evil spirit that can be released under the wrong circumstances. An agent called scopolamine is first used by way of blowing it into the subject’s face.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was actually very loosely based using a complete different story premise and of course adding the excitement of a chainsaw. Raymond Bishop as being the primary source of inspiration for this legendary cinematic fright masterpiece.
Let the Right One In is a beautiful story that is filled with great characters, intrigueing writing and a violent and heart warming conclusion.
SAW is one of the few films that threw me a curveball in the end which is why its one of the top horror films of the 21st century if not all time! If you thought the demonic doll inclusion was just part of the show, then your sadly mistaken, as the doll named Annabelle was also part of the Warren’s extensive haunted items collection. In summary the event itself was reported to have been a demon raping case with the inclusion of ghosts and several unseen forces. The film was inspired by a report of an Ebay auction that had contained items causing nightmares and strange occurrences. Ed Gein on the other hand did not use a chainsaw which is why the film feels more inspired from rather than based on.
Bouncing furniture, speaking in tongues and the documented report of a  real life exorcism had enough meat behind it to  bring this event to the screen. This film is being remade under the title Let Me In and Matt Reeves who directed Cloverfield is directing.
The Mothman Prophecies which starred Richard Gere was one of the better films to embrace this subject.
The event was re-told with the focus on young girl named Regan who made the mistake of dinking about with an ouji board.



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