Saturday, 22 October 2011

What's Your Favourite Scary Movie?




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"The other scene that really terrifies me, and upsets me deeply, even if I watch it in broad daylight, is from NOSFERATU by Herzog: when the filthy despicable Klaus Kinski closes in on Bruno Ganz. The deformed head, the skanky rodent teeth! Pure filth! Makes me sick to my stomach every time. Bleah!

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"However, this question can't truly be answered without bringing up "Nightmare on Elm St. 1" - the original with Johnny Depp being flung up to the ceiling by his own blood after dreaming of Freddie Kruger...or actually anything by The Hammer House of Horror (great costumes), or The Omen, oh oh oh..."Carrie", yes "Carrie", fucking love that film! "Plug it up! Plug it up!"...Can I have more than one film...?" Yes you can.

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It's a tough call, as there's a lot of different horror movies I like for different reasons. But for freaky 'what the hell is happening' scares, it has to be Andrzej Zulawski's 'Possession'.

Because:
It starts as a film charting the break down of a relationship, before going all out bat shit crazy... it has Sam Neil being mental... it has Isabella Adjani being more mental... even when it's just doing normal dialogue scenes, it's totally bonkers... it did everything Antichrist was trying to do, but without relying on cheap torture shocks (and about 30 years before)!

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"I love Carrie for so many reasons. Amazing story of teen alienation by horror master Stephen King. Gorgeous cinematography and direction by Brian DePalma and company. Amazing cast and stellar performances by Sissy Spacek and Tuesday Weld. Love the use of split screen in the climatic scene at the end. Oh and John Travolta in his prime. What more can I say."

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"Second scariest movie (I know, you didn't ask for it but I have to mention it) is 'The Orphanage' by J.A. Bayona. It's a Spanish movie and has the most beautiful storyline. But it is also terribly scary!!!!

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"I am giving away my age as I saw it when the original came out , movie theatres were packed and people were fainting in the audience! And I appreciate a classic... the word class is in there."

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I'm not going to even begin to apologise for the dreadful photoshopping crimes committed today (or I won't have time to watch some of the great Horror's you have shared with me) - sooo many good memories revisited, let me tell you! Instead I'm just gonna thank you all for being such great sports and I trust you'll all have a fantastic Halloween!

Like who wouldn't with quality taste like we have?!!!


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