And I have come to the conclusion that there is a definite decline in good horror movies. We need more. Who agrees? Or do I just need to watch more.
The prequel to Aliens. It got scary when I saw the connection to Aliens, which is still a freakishly good horror franchise.
Based on the novel by Anne Rice, which I loved. Movie stars Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, vampires, gorgeous costumes. Not real scary though.
A brilliant psychological dark movie, made freakishly scary because it could be real.
Based on a Clive Barker book "Cabal". Read the book many years later.
Tales From The Darkside - The Movie Dracula
Night of the Living Dead
Man, the 90s were good for horror movies.
Tales From The Darkside - The Movie
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Could not sleep for weeks. What a brilliant franchise.
Another movie I watched in the afternoon with the family. No wonder I turned out the way I did. This was family entertainment. Loved it! Even years later when I watched it with my husband. He doesn’t get horror movies. He was like “the effects are pretty shit”. I just rolled my eyes. Yeah, it was the 80s man.
I remember watching this with my parents, my dad let me stay up late to watch it. Not sure why, but I loved it. To be honest I can’t even remember the zombie bit, just the bit about the townsfolk killing visitors and wrapping them in bandages.
I watched this with my best friends, Vicki and Susan. I have a better appreciation of Pinhead these days. Back then, he terrified me. Also had a better understanding of what they meant by hell.
I watched this with my best friend Vicki. She fed me my addiction. Evil Dead 2 and 3 are not as memorable, but you can't keep a good demon down.
Plus all these...
An American Werewolf in London
The Lost Boys
Friday the 13th
Evil Dead 11
The 80s were awesome for scare flicks.
When A Stranger Calls
Thanks for sharing these memories with me. What are your favourite horror movies.