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03 September 2003 @ 12:34 am
Avoiding Computer Angst with B-Movies  
Right. Here's the list of horror movies I have seen or mostly seen, and am half-assedly thinking of reviewing. All were found on horror lists, though I think they wander off-genre a bit here and there. I've left off a few seminal movies like "Frankenstein" and "Dracula" that I can't say much about, and a lot of MST3K fodder.



28 Days Later
Alien(s) 1-4
Alligator
American Psycho 1 & 2
Amityville Horror
Anaconda
An American Werewolf in London
Arachnophobia
A Vampire in Brooklyn
Bats
Blade 1 & 2
Blair Witch 1 & 2
Body Snatchers
Bordello of Blood
Brotherhood of the Wolf
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Campfire Tales
Cat People
Cherry Falls
Children of the Corn 6
Creepshow
Cujo
Darkness Falls
Dawn of the Dead
Deep Blue Sea
Deep Rising
Disturbing Behavior
Dog Soliders
Dracula 2000
Ed Gein
Eight Legged Freaks
End of Days
Evil Dead
Fallen
Feardotcom
Final Destination 1 & 2
Frailty
Friday the 13th
Fright Night
From Dusk Till Dawn
From Hell
Ghost Ship
Ghosts of Mars
Ginger Snaps
Halloween
Halloween 2 through whatever
Halloween H20
Halloween: Resurrection
Hannibal
Hell Night
Hollow Man
House on Haunted Hill
I Know What You Did Last Summer
Idle Hands
Interview with a Vampire
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Jacob's Ladder
Jason X
Jaws
Jeepers Creepers
Joy Ride
Killer Klowns From Outer Space
Lair of the White Worm
Lake Placid
Lifeforce
Little Shop of Horrors
Lost Souls
Love at First Bite
Mimic
Mimic II
Motel Hell
Near Dark
Night of the Living Dead
Nightmare on Elm Street
Nine Lives
Octopus
Office Killer
Pet Sematary
Phantoms
Pitch Black
Poltergeist
Prom Night
Psycho
Pumpkinhead
Raising Cain
Rats
Ravenous
Resident Evil
Ripper: Letter from Hell
Sabretooth
Salem's Lot
Scary Movie
Scream 1-3
Session 9
Seven
Shallow Grave
Shark Attack 3
Shaun of the Dead
Silence of the Lambs
Sisters
Sleepwalkers
Sleepy Hollow
Soul Survivors
Species 1 & 2
Spiders 1 & 2
Stepfather 1-3
Stir of Echoes
Storm of the Century
Strays
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The Astronaut's Wife
The Bad Seed
The Birds
The Breed
The Cabin by the Lake 1 & 2
The Cell
The Craft
The Devil's Advocate
The Eighteenth Angel
The Exorcist
The Faculty
The Fly 1 & 2
The Fog
The Frighteners
The Haunting
The Hills Have Eyes
The Hitcher
The Howling
The Hunger
The Lost Boys
The Mummy 1 & 2
The Ninth Gate
The Omen 1-3
The Others
The Rage: Carrie 2
The Ring
The Shining
The Sixth Sense
The Thing
They Crawl
Thirteen Ghosts
Urban Legends
Urban Legends: The Final Cut
Valentine
Vampires Anonymous
Warlock
Webs
Wes Craven's New Nightmare
What Lies Beneath
Wolf

(Updated 12/2004)
 
 
 
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[Law]treacle_a on September 3rd, 2003 05:41 am (UTC)
I love 'Brotherhood of the Wolf'. My favourite film of last year.
Angelvalarltd on September 3rd, 2003 07:48 am (UTC)
Good stuff, at least what I've seen.

May I also suggest:
In the Mouth of Madness: Sam Neill vs. the Old Ones. When your shrink is David Warner and John Glover is at the admitting desk, you KNOW you're in Arkham Asylum.

Midnight Ride: Mark Hamill--psycho killer. Not heavily gorey, but very violent.

Cast a Deadly Spell (it wasn a HBO original, still good): In 1940's LA, magic works. Zombies build housing editions, werewolves get arrested for disturbing the peace and David Warner is getting ready to end the world.

Gothic: Julian Sands and Gabriel Byrne ::swoons:: Sort of RPF. A fictionalization of the vacation at Villa Diodati that led to the creation of Frankenstein. Very, very creepy.
sisabet: Gay Pants! by tzikehsisabet on September 3rd, 2003 08:29 am (UTC)
Oh, oh, oh! Nightbreed! You have to have seen that. David Cronenberg is the evil shrink and it is based on Clive Barkers'...um, well damn - I can't remember the name of the story it was based on...started with an "M" and was the name of the underground city for the Nightbreed.
kittygoslingp on September 7th, 2003 01:02 pm (UTC)
Well, I've just been having a deliciously moochy weekend catching up on my reading and speaking to no-one. Anyway, I just re-read "Sidelines" (for the third time?) and have you tweaked it slightly or is it just that instead of devouring it wholesale, like emergency chocolate or just to get to the next juicy bite, I took the time to savour?

There aren't many people I re-read and fewer still I re-read and re-read but you're one of them and that was so good and I just had to say thanks again. You've given me something like a favourite show or movie or CD, somehting that will always please me, always deliver, always do exactly what it says on the can.

Hoping you're having as good a weekend as I am.

Kitty
(Anonymous) on September 9th, 2003 02:13 pm (UTC)
You're not wrong.
But Subtleties is ace too.
And - no postings for a week - OOH I'm so excited, there must be more chewy goodness in the offing... think ye?

The Lady Concertina
(A moron who hasn't worked out how to log in)
The Larch: suck it (by lovebytez)the_larch on September 9th, 2003 08:51 pm (UTC)
Ooh ooh, what about Return of the Living Dead? That's one of my verymost favorites. More spoofy, maybe, but so's Cherry Falls.

Oh, or Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. That's a good one.