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#145 - You have good taste. I like you I really w…  [+] (1 new reply) 14 hours ago on Perfect +1
#146 - graphomaniac (13 hours ago) [-]
Well thank you, poutine certainly didn't think so haha. Double inhale

On a quick note, how the fuck did I forget The Babadook? The atmosphere in that movie is breath-taking. Some people don't like it because of the mother or the son but I think they did a phenomenal performance with how their lives attributed to the creature. And the metaphor behind the ending stuck out to me, it's quickly became one of my favorite endings. It has it faults sure, but it's a diamond in the rough with horror movies like Unfriended or It follows out... ugh.

Back on topic, I definitely agree with what you said. And it's one of my main reason why I tend to love B movies over the Triple A. While the main-front movies depend on renown actors, jumpscares, their producer's name, or even their budget, B movies can't do this. They have to depend on the plot, on creativity, the atmosphere to try and hook people in because most just blow them off. They center in on what makes a good horror movie... most of the time. I have also seen giant piles of shit. Looking at you Mothman Chronicles.

Back in the day, they knew about atmosphere. Not just an orchestra following the protagonist. Now, don't get me wrong. Music does set the tone for a lot of good and bad movies. However, when most of the music is just violins on speed when a jumpscare occurs, it's just poor in taste. I can handle it in Insidious because it's evolved to be more than it. And I actually cared for the story, it interested me with the Woman in Black.

We need more ambiance, like you said. More dread, more slow burners of horror movies.

Oh and hey, if you ever want to watch a movie that set me on edge and made me real uneasy, watch The Sacrament. It may just have been my beliefs, but this movie made my blood boil. Especially since it's the movie adaptation of the Jonestown massacre if I recall correctly. This shit right here made me feel more ire than I care to admit in a long time.
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You have a cool-ish profile.
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#143 - The cult in VHS2 was pretty good but I haven't got round to an…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/30/2015 on Perfect +1
#144 - graphomaniac (07/30/2015) [-]
The Cult one was one of my favorites of that movie. I didn't hate VHS2, you could just tell that they were going down hill. Instead of the creepy horror factor, they started going with the "wow, bigger has to be better" factor. I liked how personal the first one was. How genuinely creepy a lot of them were. The only one I didn't like was the lesbian stabby mcstabberson. It really didn't add much to the movie and broke what amazing immersion pulled me in with the first one.

True, could be good. We never know!

Hmm, it's very hard to say. I'm a huge horror enthusiast and like a lot of B-rated movies over triple A's for a list of reasons, but I'll try to pick some that are both. It's hard to try and put one over another so I'll just name some that come to mind.
The Possession of David O'Reilly. Holy fuck, I watched this movie more times than I could count. It's the epitome of personal. Not the best of acting, but you could that they were real, that someone like them could really exist. And no CGI, all the... effects, were made, not generated. That's always a big plus in my book. And how it loops around? Amazing~
The Ward. Man, when I first watched this... it blew me away.
Dead Silence. I liked this concept and it really stuck with me.
They. This is one from my childhood. This is one of the only horror movies that I had a nightmare about. And that nightmare was totally fucking awesome.
The Fourth Kind. I will always get goosebumps when I watch this movie, and a big smile.
Grave Encounters. Mmmmm, the first time I saw this movie. Found Footage done right is one of my favorite sub-genres. Like Afflicted as well!
The Bay, oh God The Bay~ It pisses me off SO MUCH that they took it off Netflix. This right here is why I like horror movies.
Repo The Genetic Opera is more of an aphotic thriller but it's one of my favorite movies of all time so I'll put it on here.
Shrooms. A good classic from the ol' days.
Troll Hunter. This one surprised me a lot and the ambiance is hit right on the nail.
Carrie (remake). I really liked Chloë in this, and the payoff was great.
Almost Human. What. the. Fuck.
And of course The Evil Dead remake. I bought that movie as soon as it came out!











#145 - thegamegestapo (14 hours ago) [-]
You have good taste. I like you

I really wish they did more old school horror these days. It feels like the advent of CGI has make writers forget how to really scare people. Don't get me wrong, I love a bit of gory murder as much as the next man but a well delivered wham line trumps bloody vivisection every day of the week. In my opinion the scariest parts of a horror movie are those moments between the game changing one liner ("I want to know who I'm looking at", "did you just lock me in or out" ect) and the actual horror moment. I still remember the first time I saw Terminator 2, right after Arnie shoots the frozen T-1000 and it shatters my thought was "damn, that thing was tough to take down but it was awesome" then it cut to the shot of the molten iron and the pieces melt and begin reform and I was absolutely terrified watching little bits of liquid forming a puddle. And that wasn't even a horror.

These days it's all about dumb jump scares, there's not enough dread.
#146 - graphomaniac (13 hours ago) [-]
Well thank you, poutine certainly didn't think so haha. Double inhale

On a quick note, how the fuck did I forget The Babadook? The atmosphere in that movie is breath-taking. Some people don't like it because of the mother or the son but I think they did a phenomenal performance with how their lives attributed to the creature. And the metaphor behind the ending stuck out to me, it's quickly became one of my favorite endings. It has it faults sure, but it's a diamond in the rough with horror movies like Unfriended or It follows out... ugh.

Back on topic, I definitely agree with what you said. And it's one of my main reason why I tend to love B movies over the Triple A. While the main-front movies depend on renown actors, jumpscares, their producer's name, or even their budget, B movies can't do this. They have to depend on the plot, on creativity, the atmosphere to try and hook people in because most just blow them off. They center in on what makes a good horror movie... most of the time. I have also seen giant piles of shit. Looking at you Mothman Chronicles.

Back in the day, they knew about atmosphere. Not just an orchestra following the protagonist. Now, don't get me wrong. Music does set the tone for a lot of good and bad movies. However, when most of the music is just violins on speed when a jumpscare occurs, it's just poor in taste. I can handle it in Insidious because it's evolved to be more than it. And I actually cared for the story, it interested me with the Woman in Black.

We need more ambiance, like you said. More dread, more slow burners of horror movies.

Oh and hey, if you ever want to watch a movie that set me on edge and made me real uneasy, watch The Sacrament. It may just have been my beliefs, but this movie made my blood boil. Especially since it's the movie adaptation of the Jonestown massacre if I recall correctly. This shit right here made me feel more ire than I care to admit in a long time.
#141 - I didn't say I didn't enjoy the experience, I did, just... ret…  [+] (5 new replies) 07/30/2015 on Perfect +1
#142 - graphomaniac (07/30/2015) [-]
I know, I know. Just pulling your chain. VHS just made me smile like a fool, I wish that the sequels were as good though...

Green Inferno looks kind of like a remake of Cannibal Holocaust, so I'm hesitant, but willing to give it a chance.


What are some of your favorite horror movies?
User avatar #143 - thegamegestapo (07/30/2015) [-]
The cult in VHS2 was pretty good but I haven't got round to any others.

Possibly on that front but I'm not complaining, could be good.

I gotta' say Scream, it's aged really well and the pre-title sequence redefined the slasher genre. Other than that I'd really just be listing off the classics: Dawn of the Dead, Texas Chainsaw, Halloween, Friday 13th (unpopular opinion but I prefer the remake for some reason), Silence of the Lambs (technically not a horror, sure but Lector was creepy as), and Rosmary's Baby.

Those are my pics, how about you?
#144 - graphomaniac (07/30/2015) [-]
The Cult one was one of my favorites of that movie. I didn't hate VHS2, you could just tell that they were going down hill. Instead of the creepy horror factor, they started going with the "wow, bigger has to be better" factor. I liked how personal the first one was. How genuinely creepy a lot of them were. The only one I didn't like was the lesbian stabby mcstabberson. It really didn't add much to the movie and broke what amazing immersion pulled me in with the first one.

True, could be good. We never know!

Hmm, it's very hard to say. I'm a huge horror enthusiast and like a lot of B-rated movies over triple A's for a list of reasons, but I'll try to pick some that are both. It's hard to try and put one over another so I'll just name some that come to mind.
The Possession of David O'Reilly. Holy fuck, I watched this movie more times than I could count. It's the epitome of personal. Not the best of acting, but you could that they were real, that someone like them could really exist. And no CGI, all the... effects, were made, not generated. That's always a big plus in my book. And how it loops around? Amazing~
The Ward. Man, when I first watched this... it blew me away.
Dead Silence. I liked this concept and it really stuck with me.
They. This is one from my childhood. This is one of the only horror movies that I had a nightmare about. And that nightmare was totally fucking awesome.
The Fourth Kind. I will always get goosebumps when I watch this movie, and a big smile.
Grave Encounters. Mmmmm, the first time I saw this movie. Found Footage done right is one of my favorite sub-genres. Like Afflicted as well!
The Bay, oh God The Bay~ It pisses me off SO MUCH that they took it off Netflix. This right here is why I like horror movies.
Repo The Genetic Opera is more of an aphotic thriller but it's one of my favorite movies of all time so I'll put it on here.
Shrooms. A good classic from the ol' days.
Troll Hunter. This one surprised me a lot and the ambiance is hit right on the nail.
Carrie (remake). I really liked Chloë in this, and the payoff was great.
Almost Human. What. the. Fuck.
And of course The Evil Dead remake. I bought that movie as soon as it came out!











#145 - thegamegestapo (14 hours ago) [-]
You have good taste. I like you

I really wish they did more old school horror these days. It feels like the advent of CGI has make writers forget how to really scare people. Don't get me wrong, I love a bit of gory murder as much as the next man but a well delivered wham line trumps bloody vivisection every day of the week. In my opinion the scariest parts of a horror movie are those moments between the game changing one liner ("I want to know who I'm looking at", "did you just lock me in or out" ect) and the actual horror moment. I still remember the first time I saw Terminator 2, right after Arnie shoots the frozen T-1000 and it shatters my thought was "damn, that thing was tough to take down but it was awesome" then it cut to the shot of the molten iron and the pieces melt and begin reform and I was absolutely terrified watching little bits of liquid forming a puddle. And that wasn't even a horror.

These days it's all about dumb jump scares, there's not enough dread.
#146 - graphomaniac (13 hours ago) [-]
Well thank you, poutine certainly didn't think so haha. Double inhale

On a quick note, how the fuck did I forget The Babadook? The atmosphere in that movie is breath-taking. Some people don't like it because of the mother or the son but I think they did a phenomenal performance with how their lives attributed to the creature. And the metaphor behind the ending stuck out to me, it's quickly became one of my favorite endings. It has it faults sure, but it's a diamond in the rough with horror movies like Unfriended or It follows out... ugh.

Back on topic, I definitely agree with what you said. And it's one of my main reason why I tend to love B movies over the Triple A. While the main-front movies depend on renown actors, jumpscares, their producer's name, or even their budget, B movies can't do this. They have to depend on the plot, on creativity, the atmosphere to try and hook people in because most just blow them off. They center in on what makes a good horror movie... most of the time. I have also seen giant piles of shit. Looking at you Mothman Chronicles.

Back in the day, they knew about atmosphere. Not just an orchestra following the protagonist. Now, don't get me wrong. Music does set the tone for a lot of good and bad movies. However, when most of the music is just violins on speed when a jumpscare occurs, it's just poor in taste. I can handle it in Insidious because it's evolved to be more than it. And I actually cared for the story, it interested me with the Woman in Black.

We need more ambiance, like you said. More dread, more slow burners of horror movies.

Oh and hey, if you ever want to watch a movie that set me on edge and made me real uneasy, watch The Sacrament. It may just have been my beliefs, but this movie made my blood boil. Especially since it's the movie adaptation of the Jonestown massacre if I recall correctly. This shit right here made me feel more ire than I care to admit in a long time.
#137 - Do not remind me of that fraking film. I'd consider m…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/30/2015 on Perfect +1
#140 - graphomaniac (07/30/2015) [-]
So, you were filled with... horror?
Good, then it did its job right. Because I bet you never will forget it. The feeling of spine-shivers and hair rises. Ah I miss it~ I've seen so many, I've sadly became numb to the feeling of apprehension and anxiety when watching horror. You lucky muskrat.
User avatar #141 - thegamegestapo (07/30/2015) [-]
I didn't say I didn't enjoy the experience, I did, just... retrospectively.


To be honest I haven't seen a truly decent horror in years, although I'm cautiously optimistic about Green Inferno.
#142 - graphomaniac (07/30/2015) [-]
I know, I know. Just pulling your chain. VHS just made me smile like a fool, I wish that the sequels were as good though...

Green Inferno looks kind of like a remake of Cannibal Holocaust, so I'm hesitant, but willing to give it a chance.


What are some of your favorite horror movies?
User avatar #143 - thegamegestapo (07/30/2015) [-]
The cult in VHS2 was pretty good but I haven't got round to any others.

Possibly on that front but I'm not complaining, could be good.

I gotta' say Scream, it's aged really well and the pre-title sequence redefined the slasher genre. Other than that I'd really just be listing off the classics: Dawn of the Dead, Texas Chainsaw, Halloween, Friday 13th (unpopular opinion but I prefer the remake for some reason), Silence of the Lambs (technically not a horror, sure but Lector was creepy as), and Rosmary's Baby.

Those are my pics, how about you?
#144 - graphomaniac (07/30/2015) [-]
The Cult one was one of my favorites of that movie. I didn't hate VHS2, you could just tell that they were going down hill. Instead of the creepy horror factor, they started going with the "wow, bigger has to be better" factor. I liked how personal the first one was. How genuinely creepy a lot of them were. The only one I didn't like was the lesbian stabby mcstabberson. It really didn't add much to the movie and broke what amazing immersion pulled me in with the first one.

True, could be good. We never know!

Hmm, it's very hard to say. I'm a huge horror enthusiast and like a lot of B-rated movies over triple A's for a list of reasons, but I'll try to pick some that are both. It's hard to try and put one over another so I'll just name some that come to mind.
The Possession of David O'Reilly. Holy fuck, I watched this movie more times than I could count. It's the epitome of personal. Not the best of acting, but you could that they were real, that someone like them could really exist. And no CGI, all the... effects, were made, not generated. That's always a big plus in my book. And how it loops around? Amazing~
The Ward. Man, when I first watched this... it blew me away.
Dead Silence. I liked this concept and it really stuck with me.
They. This is one from my childhood. This is one of the only horror movies that I had a nightmare about. And that nightmare was totally fucking awesome.
The Fourth Kind. I will always get goosebumps when I watch this movie, and a big smile.
Grave Encounters. Mmmmm, the first time I saw this movie. Found Footage done right is one of my favorite sub-genres. Like Afflicted as well!
The Bay, oh God The Bay~ It pisses me off SO MUCH that they took it off Netflix. This right here is why I like horror movies.
Repo The Genetic Opera is more of an aphotic thriller but it's one of my favorite movies of all time so I'll put it on here.
Shrooms. A good classic from the ol' days.
Troll Hunter. This one surprised me a lot and the ambiance is hit right on the nail.
Carrie (remake). I really liked Chloë in this, and the payoff was great.
Almost Human. What. the. Fuck.
And of course The Evil Dead remake. I bought that movie as soon as it came out!











#145 - thegamegestapo (14 hours ago) [-]
You have good taste. I like you

I really wish they did more old school horror these days. It feels like the advent of CGI has make writers forget how to really scare people. Don't get me wrong, I love a bit of gory murder as much as the next man but a well delivered wham line trumps bloody vivisection every day of the week. In my opinion the scariest parts of a horror movie are those moments between the game changing one liner ("I want to know who I'm looking at", "did you just lock me in or out" ect) and the actual horror moment. I still remember the first time I saw Terminator 2, right after Arnie shoots the frozen T-1000 and it shatters my thought was "damn, that thing was tough to take down but it was awesome" then it cut to the shot of the molten iron and the pieces melt and begin reform and I was absolutely terrified watching little bits of liquid forming a puddle. And that wasn't even a horror.

These days it's all about dumb jump scares, there's not enough dread.
#146 - graphomaniac (13 hours ago) [-]
Well thank you, poutine certainly didn't think so haha. Double inhale

On a quick note, how the fuck did I forget The Babadook? The atmosphere in that movie is breath-taking. Some people don't like it because of the mother or the son but I think they did a phenomenal performance with how their lives attributed to the creature. And the metaphor behind the ending stuck out to me, it's quickly became one of my favorite endings. It has it faults sure, but it's a diamond in the rough with horror movies like Unfriended or It follows out... ugh.

Back on topic, I definitely agree with what you said. And it's one of my main reason why I tend to love B movies over the Triple A. While the main-front movies depend on renown actors, jumpscares, their producer's name, or even their budget, B movies can't do this. They have to depend on the plot, on creativity, the atmosphere to try and hook people in because most just blow them off. They center in on what makes a good horror movie... most of the time. I have also seen giant piles of shit. Looking at you Mothman Chronicles.

Back in the day, they knew about atmosphere. Not just an orchestra following the protagonist. Now, don't get me wrong. Music does set the tone for a lot of good and bad movies. However, when most of the music is just violins on speed when a jumpscare occurs, it's just poor in taste. I can handle it in Insidious because it's evolved to be more than it. And I actually cared for the story, it interested me with the Woman in Black.

We need more ambiance, like you said. More dread, more slow burners of horror movies.

Oh and hey, if you ever want to watch a movie that set me on edge and made me real uneasy, watch The Sacrament. It may just have been my beliefs, but this movie made my blood boil. Especially since it's the movie adaptation of the Jonestown massacre if I recall correctly. This shit right here made me feel more ire than I care to admit in a long time.
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User avatar #137 - thegamegestapo (07/30/2015) [-]
Do not remind me of that fraking film.

I'd consider myself a horror buff but that first VHS tape creeped the hell out of me.
#140 - graphomaniac (07/30/2015) [-]
So, you were filled with... horror?
Good, then it did its job right. Because I bet you never will forget it. The feeling of spine-shivers and hair rises. Ah I miss it~ I've seen so many, I've sadly became numb to the feeling of apprehension and anxiety when watching horror. You lucky muskrat.
User avatar #141 - thegamegestapo (07/30/2015) [-]
I didn't say I didn't enjoy the experience, I did, just... retrospectively.


To be honest I haven't seen a truly decent horror in years, although I'm cautiously optimistic about Green Inferno.
#142 - graphomaniac (07/30/2015) [-]
I know, I know. Just pulling your chain. VHS just made me smile like a fool, I wish that the sequels were as good though...

Green Inferno looks kind of like a remake of Cannibal Holocaust, so I'm hesitant, but willing to give it a chance.


What are some of your favorite horror movies?
User avatar #143 - thegamegestapo (07/30/2015) [-]
The cult in VHS2 was pretty good but I haven't got round to any others.

Possibly on that front but I'm not complaining, could be good.

I gotta' say Scream, it's aged really well and the pre-title sequence redefined the slasher genre. Other than that I'd really just be listing off the classics: Dawn of the Dead, Texas Chainsaw, Halloween, Friday 13th (unpopular opinion but I prefer the remake for some reason), Silence of the Lambs (technically not a horror, sure but Lector was creepy as), and Rosmary's Baby.

Those are my pics, how about you?
#144 - graphomaniac (07/30/2015) [-]
The Cult one was one of my favorites of that movie. I didn't hate VHS2, you could just tell that they were going down hill. Instead of the creepy horror factor, they started going with the "wow, bigger has to be better" factor. I liked how personal the first one was. How genuinely creepy a lot of them were. The only one I didn't like was the lesbian stabby mcstabberson. It really didn't add much to the movie and broke what amazing immersion pulled me in with the first one.

True, could be good. We never know!

Hmm, it's very hard to say. I'm a huge horror enthusiast and like a lot of B-rated movies over triple A's for a list of reasons, but I'll try to pick some that are both. It's hard to try and put one over another so I'll just name some that come to mind.
The Possession of David O'Reilly. Holy fuck, I watched this movie more times than I could count. It's the epitome of personal. Not the best of acting, but you could that they were real, that someone like them could really exist. And no CGI, all the... effects, were made, not generated. That's always a big plus in my book. And how it loops around? Amazing~
The Ward. Man, when I first watched this... it blew me away.
Dead Silence. I liked this concept and it really stuck with me.
They. This is one from my childhood. This is one of the only horror movies that I had a nightmare about. And that nightmare was totally fucking awesome.
The Fourth Kind. I will always get goosebumps when I watch this movie, and a big smile.
Grave Encounters. Mmmmm, the first time I saw this movie. Found Footage done right is one of my favorite sub-genres. Like Afflicted as well!
The Bay, oh God The Bay~ It pisses me off SO MUCH that they took it off Netflix. This right here is why I like horror movies.
Repo The Genetic Opera is more of an aphotic thriller but it's one of my favorite movies of all time so I'll put it on here.
Shrooms. A good classic from the ol' days.
Troll Hunter. This one surprised me a lot and the ambiance is hit right on the nail.
Carrie (remake). I really liked Chloë in this, and the payoff was great.
Almost Human. What. the. Fuck.
And of course The Evil Dead remake. I bought that movie as soon as it came out!











#145 - thegamegestapo (14 hours ago) [-]
You have good taste. I like you

I really wish they did more old school horror these days. It feels like the advent of CGI has make writers forget how to really scare people. Don't get me wrong, I love a bit of gory murder as much as the next man but a well delivered wham line trumps bloody vivisection every day of the week. In my opinion the scariest parts of a horror movie are those moments between the game changing one liner ("I want to know who I'm looking at", "did you just lock me in or out" ect) and the actual horror moment. I still remember the first time I saw Terminator 2, right after Arnie shoots the frozen T-1000 and it shatters my thought was "damn, that thing was tough to take down but it was awesome" then it cut to the shot of the molten iron and the pieces melt and begin reform and I was absolutely terrified watching little bits of liquid forming a puddle. And that wasn't even a horror.

These days it's all about dumb jump scares, there's not enough dread.
#146 - graphomaniac (13 hours ago) [-]
Well thank you, poutine certainly didn't think so haha. Double inhale

On a quick note, how the fuck did I forget The Babadook? The atmosphere in that movie is breath-taking. Some people don't like it because of the mother or the son but I think they did a phenomenal performance with how their lives attributed to the creature. And the metaphor behind the ending stuck out to me, it's quickly became one of my favorite endings. It has it faults sure, but it's a diamond in the rough with horror movies like Unfriended or It follows out... ugh.

Back on topic, I definitely agree with what you said. And it's one of my main reason why I tend to love B movies over the Triple A. While the main-front movies depend on renown actors, jumpscares, their producer's name, or even their budget, B movies can't do this. They have to depend on the plot, on creativity, the atmosphere to try and hook people in because most just blow them off. They center in on what makes a good horror movie... most of the time. I have also seen giant piles of shit. Looking at you Mothman Chronicles.

Back in the day, they knew about atmosphere. Not just an orchestra following the protagonist. Now, don't get me wrong. Music does set the tone for a lot of good and bad movies. However, when most of the music is just violins on speed when a jumpscare occurs, it's just poor in taste. I can handle it in Insidious because it's evolved to be more than it. And I actually cared for the story, it interested me with the Woman in Black.

We need more ambiance, like you said. More dread, more slow burners of horror movies.

Oh and hey, if you ever want to watch a movie that set me on edge and made me real uneasy, watch The Sacrament. It may just have been my beliefs, but this movie made my blood boil. Especially since it's the movie adaptation of the Jonestown massacre if I recall correctly. This shit right here made me feel more ire than I care to admit in a long time.
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User avatar #9 to #8 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
Nope.
User avatar #10 to #9 - thegamegestapo (05/22/2015) [-]
Do I get any explanation at all?
User avatar #11 to #10 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
What is there to explain?
User avatar #12 to #11 - thegamegestapo (05/22/2015) [-]
Who are you? What are you doing? Why me? Is there an actual correlation between number of pirates world wide and the rate of climate change?
User avatar #13 to #12 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
>Who are you?

Murr

>What are you doing?

Looking for people to talk to

>Why me?

why not?
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