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im bored af, anyone have any good horror movie suggestions?
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Seen Kill List?
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Seen Kill List?
nope is it good?
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nope is it good?
Yes, I rate it pretty highly. Another one to watch is Funny Games but beware, that was a film the director made to see if he could make people walk out of the cinema, it's so brutal.
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Blood On Satan's Claw

Scary 1970s British Horror classic. Plus you get to see some decent clunge scenes of nudity are included strictly in accordance with the narrative flow.
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The Ring is always worth a watch if you haven't seen it that is, it's been out for a while. Also, The Amityville Horror (the one with Ryan Reynolds) was pretty decent in my opinion. Lastly, 28 Days Later and then 28 Weeks Later are both great
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im bored af, anyone have any good horror movie suggestions?
Lights Out. Will scare the living daylights out of you
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"It Follows" is pretty great. Not to be confused with "It", which is also great but more akin to a feature-length episode of Stranger Things than an actual horror.
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Teletubbies
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Mama, The Ring
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The Exorcist
The Wicker Man (1973 version)
The Cabinet of Dr Caligari
Misery
Salem's Lot
Pet Semetary
Insidious and Conjuring series
IT (old and new one)
Dracula (1931)
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The Wicker Man (1973 version)
I think you've got yourself a little confused here. The 1973 version was the boring one with Christopher Lee. The far superior and widely acclaimed version starring Nicolas Cage, and costarring a swarm of bees in their big screen debut, came out in 2006.
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I think you've got yourself a little confused here. The 1973 version was the boring one with Christopher Lee. The far superior and widely acclaimed version starring Nicolas Cage, and costarring a swarm of bees in their big screen debut, came out in 2006.
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Saw Green Room recently and thought it was pretty good.
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Saw Green Room recently and thought it was pretty good.
just checked out the trailer, looks interesting ill check it out
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Yes, I rate it pretty highly. Another one to watch is Funny Games but beware, that was a film the director made to see if he could make people walk out of the cinema, it's so brutal.
Funny Games looks extremely disturbing lol
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The Ring is always worth a watch if you haven't seen it that is, it's been out for a while. Also, The Amityville Horror (the one with Ryan Reynolds) was pretty decent in my opinion. Lastly, 28 Days Later and then 28 Weeks Later are both great
is it necessary to watch 28 days later before watching 28 weeks later?
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is it necessary to watch 28 days later before watching 28 weeks later?
No, the plots don’t intertwine☺️

I watched The Autopsy of Jane Doe recently, highly recommended! Other than that, The Shining, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Insidious are classics🙌🏻
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No, the plots don’t intertwine☺️

I watched The Autopsy of Jane Doe recently, highly recommended! Other than that, The Shining, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Insidious are classics🙌🏻
i saw the autopsy of jane doe and insidious already and tbh so far the best horror movie ive watched is insidious, i couldn't sleep after watching it. ill check out the rest
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is it necessary to watch 28 days later before watching 28 weeks later?
As mentioned already, it's not necessary but there's a slight continuation of the plot in terms of the scale of the infection and the knock on effect this has on how the government attempt to deal with the infection with the quarantine etc so i'd recommend watching 28 days first. Both great films!
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