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    Really disturbing was "philosophy of a knife" and "men behind the sun", especially since they both are based on things really happening. Both are about the human experiments, done by the japanese unit 731 during world war II. They show some of them in really disturbing detail, nothing for squeamish people , that´s for sure !
    There won't be humans in 500 years. Enough people choke themselves when they jerk off we gave it a name. We ain't a species made to last.

    Judging by it´s name common sense must once have been a pretty common thing. When and why did that change, so it became the rare treasure it is today???

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    I've seen many sick movies. Here is a list of really hard material. Attention: It's not for the faint-hearted.

    #1968: Criminal Women – The Joy of Torture (JPN)
    #1972: The Last House on the Left (USA)
    #1973: Bamboo House of Dolls (HKG)
    #1976: Blood Sucking Freaks (USA)
    #1978: I spit on your Grave (USA > Remake 2010)
    #1980: Cannibal Holocaust (ITA)
    #1980: Maniac (USA > Remake 2012/13)
    #1985-1992: Guinea Pig films (JPN)
    #1987: Nekromantik (GER)
    #1988: Men Behind The Sun (HKG)
    #1991: Story of Ricky (HKG)
    #1991: Nekromantik 2 (GER)
    #1996: Ebola Syndrome (HKG)
    #1999: Japanese Hell (JPN)
    #2000: Battle Royale (JPN)
    #2001: Ichi the Killer (JPN)
    #2002: Irreversible (FRA)
    #2003: High Tension (FRA)
    #2007: [REC] (ESP)
    #2008: Tokyo Gore Police (JPN)
    #2010: Kidnapped (ESP)
    #2010: I saw the Devil (KOR)
    #2010: A fucking cruel Nightmare (GER)
    #2010: A Serbian Film (SRB)
    #2010: The Bunny Game (USA)

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    Horror movies are not my favorite type of movie subject, but I have seen some Horror movies which are classics and are downright frightening. My vote for scariest horror movie was The 1974 classic , the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. One of the actors was Icelandic actor Gunnar Hansen who got the part while he was studying in college in Texas at the time. Here is Gunnar in one of the best horror movie shots of all time taken right at end of movie against the backdrop of theTexas morning sunrise.

    Nowadays horror movies focus on more gore and guts than on truly frightening people in these movies. Obviously Hostel and the like is a perfect example of this.
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    Splatter and gore movies can be many things, above all disgusting, but they are rarely that scary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neophyte View Post
    Splatter and gore movies can be many things, above all disgusting, but they are rarely that scary.
    Some people are just disgusted and some people are just scared. It is the decision of the audience. Some films are very exciting but not scary. For me, movies like "SAW" or "Hostel" are boring. Other movies like the "Halloween" series or "The Grudge" are very exciting but not scary. I think it's a matter of taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balders gate View Post
    Nowadays horror movies focus on more gore and guts than on truly frightening people in these movies. Obviously Hostel and the like is a perfect example of this.
    I totally agree. Mere violence is not a frightening thing to me, but horror films focusing more on the psychological, and building up suspense with a really creepy mood are awesome.

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    Movies with a supernatural element that focus more on a psychological horror tend to be scary. Movies like Friday the 13th, Halloween and other slashers, though entertaining, just don't frighten me. The first time I saw the shining we the last time I had a legitimate scare, and that was many years ago.

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    It rises!

    Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus was the absolute epitome of horror. The megashark is pretty mega: he eats almost the entire central span of the Golden Gate Bridge, and a destroyer. And the giant octopus crushes an oil rig. Mighty! You should read the reviews of this film on IMDb; they are hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingvaeonic View Post
    Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus was the absolute epitome of horror. The megashark was pretty mega: he eats the entire central span of the Golden Gate Bridge, and a destroyer. And the giant octopus crushes an oil rig. Mighty! You should read the reviews of this film on IMDb; they are hilarious.
    I have to admit, I have a soft spot in my heart for terrible B-movies. My favorite being "Killer Klowns From Outer Space"... Enough said.

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