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Good movies for Halloween?

Emphasis on good. I'm gonna be munching on Chinese food and throwing candy at hoodlums and I wanted to binge watch horror-fests. I'm okay with foreign horror, gore, etc. Suggestions?

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I personally like Thirteen Ghosts, and the japanese verisons of the grudge, many of the japanese horror films creep me out because of how the ghost move.

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I wouldn't necessarily call it horror, but The Crow is a Halloween classic.

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I wouldn't necessarily call it horror, but The Crow is a Halloween classic.

I personally like Thirteen Ghosts, and the japanese verisons of the grudge, many of the japanese horror films creep me out because of how the ghost move.

 

 

Alright, topping my lists! I've seen Crow before, will rewatch.

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Although I have seen my fair share of gore-fests, I'm not into that kind of scare any more. My all-time-favorite scary movie is the original version of "The Haunting" from 1963. It achieves its scariness mostly through sound. There's no gore, so it relies on what your imagination can conjure up from noise alone, and the general atmosphere of the house itself.

 

Other than that, I would also recommend Young Frankenstein :D

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"Good" is an opinion, but as an amateur connoisseur of horror movies, I like these:

  • Suspiria (1977)
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
  • The Orphanage (2007)
  • Thirteen Ghosts (2001)

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A Tale of Two Sisters (2003) is a South Korean film and a really good psychological horror. They made an American version in 2009 called The Uninvited, however I haven't seen that version so I can't tell you if it's any good or not.

Another good South Korean film is The Host (2006), which is a monster movie with a nice plot. I'm not doing the film justice, but its really good.

One final rec from me is Frozen (2010). This movie didn't get the best reviews (although I've found that even good horror movies get lower scores than other genres) but I really enjoyed it.

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Halloween Town

Don't Look Under the Bed

Goosebumps

90's shows like That's so Raven etc Halloween specials.

It brings back such nostalgia and it's nice to celebrate the past of it sometimes as I am not a kid anymore :<

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One of my personal favourite horror movies is Absentia (2011) its about a woman who's husband has been missing for years and her sister who's helping her grieve. The actors are awesome and the atmosphere is really well done.

I'm having a brain fart now about all the horror movies I like but I'll add on to this post if I think of any more.

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Elvira: Mistress of the Dark is, I think, a great Halloween movie. It's more comedy than horror, but still. It might be nice to watch after darker films to lighten the mood ^-^

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