Who can recommend me a GOOD ghost horror movie?
thats not fucking scary.
Pic related is my favorite of all times.
The rest I've seen (lots of movies) are not spoopy at all.
do they show any "monsters" or crap like that?
I saw it years ago, but dont remember much about it. Only i dodnt find it scary
the old one? cause im looking for recent movies
seven is just like, gore or whatever.
>Star Wars prequels, Sex in the City 2
yea, disturbing. Like any of the Saw saga.... or Cannibal Holocaust, or many others.... well made and all, but disturbing is not scary for me.
>a GOOD ghost horror movie
preferably of the "found footage" type of horror. I like movies in general to be believable
Well, I found that film cool and the actors were great. I don't find it REALLY spooky but...I don't know there's something about it, I think this kind of movie is always more interesting to watch than all other fucking bullshit like paranormal activity...
Different anon. He's probably talking about the one that just came out this year. Had all five of us in the theater pissing ourselves.
Ghost Story is old (81) but classic and good. The Visit is spoopy and cam-like but no ghosts. 10 Cloverfield Lane, no ghosts but is good drama. I'd go with The Conjuring if u haven't seen it.
Not a horror buff, but the changeling (1980) creeps the hell out of me. The others was pretty good too.
LOL "you know nothing of horror", proceeds to list off the most entry level lame shit as if nobody has ever heard of them.
Eat shit edgelord, Blair Witch was way more spooky than any of your slasher gay shit.
Try Dyatlovs Pass incident. A little cheesy, but it's got its moments.
I myself liked Grave Encounters, but sequel was shit.
Haven't had a decent mover since Blair though, anything similar you could recommend, OP?
Also, do not watch Chernobyl Diaries. Idk, maybe it's just me but that movie was absolute crap, they could have made it cash in probably as much as, well, all paranormal shittivities together.
Clive Barker is very good. You should check out "the books of blood", and the original "hellbound heart"
the movie I listed are better starters
because if you think Blair witch is scary
you must be one hell of a beta pussy faggot
you are as weak a a baby fart live in fear
here and example
55% liked it
73% liked it
I saw Blair witch at the theatorr and I was bored and fucking wanted my money back
Okay, if you like found footage like Blair Witch, then try out a movie called "The Borderlands". Its about a vatican team of paranormal investigators (like when the church investigates a claim of miracles/possession before deciding to send a priest) that go out to this tiny european town, and shit gets all fucked up. I really liked it.
I know... it's not big deal but I really enjoyed this! Fantastic movie!
Gonna name off the other movies on my computer that may/may not have been posted.
Come Back to Me, Dark City, Feast, It Follows, Oculus, Sinister, The Babadook, The Battery, The Devil's Backbone, The Others, The Pact, The Seventh Seal, The Orphanage, The Ruins, I Saw the Devil, Pandorum
Thats all I can think of for now.
Honestly Babadook has some pretty decent acting from the one playing the mother and the kid isn't pure shit like most child actors. Story is a bit played out but compared to the majority of modern pop horror movies it's actually watchable.
looks like it was recorded by a a group of chimps
I would say a 12 year old but that would insult children, fucking barny is probably scarier lol
It Follows is a great concept, but not properly executed... The entire movie is basically watching a "person" move in slow motion in the background.
Because EVERYONE has seen/heard of them.
samefag is strong with this one
>be like 14 years ago
>me and friend playing game in middle of day
>in bathroom mirin myself
>look at toilet for poop
>look back at mirror and see monster in the door way
>both yell out an obscenity as my dad walks in
>first time I said bad word in front of either parents
>gg no re
>Tim curry shows up
>kid stands there freaking out
>clown says 'they all float'
>zoom in to spoopy clown face with kid screaming
Goes on for far too long as well.
Silence of the Lambs
Let the right one in
Noroi the Curse
Evil Dead 1-2
Army of Darkness
Here is a bunch of recommendations although you guys probably have seen most of these. also let me know if I forgot anything.
You know the only thing that freaks me out about Carrie
Is how her figure of jesus' eyes seem to glow. Not sure if it was edited but it just freaks me out
I liked that movie too. The second one is more of a stretch buy worth watching.
I was horrified when I realized I wasted 90 minutes of my life with that piece of shit.
This one is old but quiet weird.
I prefer movies with little or no special effects, and where there's some question whether the "ghost" even exists at all. With that in mind, I recommend:
- Tale of Two Sisters
- Wishing Stairs
- What Lies Beneath
- The Haunting (1963 version)
- Silk (This one is a little different; it's more science fiction than horror, but it has some genuinely creepy moments.)
- The Shining
i enjoyed this one alot, lots of wierd unexplainable shit happening. Always wanted to find more movies like this with a similar concept. Never could, i guess it's the only one of it's kind.
Home Movie is really good, not necessarily a ghost movie (spoiler- they never explain what the evil is).
Hollow's Grove is pretty good, may be the best of the 'supernatural reality tv found footage' genre. And it has Lance Henriksen.
Watch all of them.
I'll second all of these. Session 9 is really well done.
The first three Paranormal Activity movies are pretty good (I think they've made six or seven total).
Grave Encounters is pretty good, except for the last five minutes. If you stop the movie when there's only one person left it would be a top notch movie.
This one was pretty good, not "scary" but kinda fucked up
no, I didn't find it scary at all. Although I use to know this guy who had a friend that told me his sisters old boyfriend watched it, and a week later commited suicide. Not sure if related.
I guess it just depends on what scares you.
In the woods stuff doesn't affect me, but stuff like that gets to me. In a house where you're supposed to be safe. Where you second guess whatever horror is going on because you don't want to believe it.
>strawmanning this hard
I don't like horror films with tonnes of jump scares and scary shit every five minutes. I just thought it was a boring, shit film that wasn't scary in the least. It was lame.