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What is your fav horror movie? Vote ups for everyone and best answer to someone!

What is your favorite horror movie? I LOVE horror movies! I am a zombie fan!!!
In fact what do you think about a horror movie group? Watching movies a month for discussion and that kinda thing? Or too weird?


Asked by maggiebella25 at 10:59 AM on Aug. 16, 2010 in Just for Fun

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Answers (12)
  • Not weird, I actually just looked for one the other day!!!!

    Eden Lake is SUPER great, I just watched it...very gorey. and could ACTUALLY take zombies though.

    Answer by xoxticiaxox at 11:01 AM on Aug. 16, 2010

  • The Amityville Horror (Original 1979 version)

    Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 11:01 AM on Aug. 16, 2010

  • It used to be " The Birds " But now I like vampire movies.

    Answer by bvannkissy at 11:15 AM on Aug. 16, 2010

  • My favorite is "Popcorn". It is a horror, yet has some comedy. I actually liked "Drag Me To Hell". I have seen so many horror movies it is unreal. LOL I love them. My first was "When A Stranger Calls" when I was 3. Been hooked ever since.

    Answer by BradenIsMySon at 11:02 AM on Aug. 16, 2010

  • The Orphan is pretty great!

    Answer by MamaSarah1104 at 11:03 AM on Aug. 16, 2010

  • the pet sematary i dont know what year it is but that is a horror to see & all the HALLOWEEN MOVIES

    Answer by Ricanmami1 at 11:04 AM on Aug. 16, 2010

  • the scariest i've ever seen was when i was a kid it was called "tiny little things" was about dolls. anything with dolls freaks me out.

    Answer by shay1130 at 11:06 AM on Aug. 16, 2010

  • Friday the 13th

    Answer by mom0f2boyz at 11:06 AM on Aug. 16, 2010

  • oh..and poltergeist..."carol ann"...that woman was freaky.

    Answer by shay1130 at 11:15 AM on Aug. 16, 2010

  • Alien (1979)
    It introduced both somber horror elements and gore to its traditional science-fiction tale. It was similar to the cycle of cheap and campy 1950s B-type 'alien monster' films but possessed superior production values, directorial talent and casting. This box-office hit, budgeted at about $11 million, brought in almost $80 million in revenues (in the US). At the film's center was a resourceful, self-reliant, hard-assed, feminist action heroine (unknown stage actress Sigourney Weaver in her first major film role). However, audience expectations were for a male protagonist-hero (identifying with Tom Skerritt predominantly) - they were inevitably surprised by Weaver's critical role.

    Answer by MTM at 11:24 AM on Aug. 16, 2010