“Vile was freaking stupid. The acting, the decisions of the characters, the pathetic twist, the whole thing was a disaster.”
“The Girl Next Door was one of the most disturbing films I’ve ever seen.”
“It really bothers me that in the Nightmare on Elm street remake they rewrote Freddy Kreuger as basically a pedophile. He was a much better character in the originals. This is a huge reason I don’t like the remake in anyway I felt that rewrite was just odd and unnecessary.”
Well he was a pedophile in the original they just couldn’t make it as obvious because it was the 80’s and people wouldn’t take well to it.
“I could watch a man get dismembered and a woman get her ribcage ripped opened but if I see a character in a horror movie get slightly pricked by a needle I get squeemish.”
“I cried while watching Jason’s dream scene where he reverts to his 10-year-old self in Freddy vs. Jason”
“I didn’t find The Exorcist scary at all. it was predictable, and was just plain gross. it was a grotesque movie with mediocre acting, and it really disappoints me that people consider it one of the greats.”
“I feel like 90% of the people on here don’t understand how horror movies work. Its not all jump scares, the “villains” don’t have to be 100% evil. Everyone associates supernatural being, ghosts, especially with evil. You come to understand and appreciate horror movies more when you have an understanding of what supernatural beings actually are, if you understand how society works, and if you understand how the human psyche works. Most people just judge on if they jumped or not.”
“I got a “being high-effect” and got turned on when I was watching American Mary.”
“the haunting of helena actually isn’t horrible even though it’s an unknown netflix movie. i feel like the idea isn’t bad, and it could’ve been done better but it was better than what i expected.”
"After watching all of the Wrong Turn, Friday the 13th, and A Nightmare on Elm Street movies, I discovered that I have a thing for men with facial deformities."
“The Descent is one of my favorite modern horror movies, but I really would just like to place the American ending and the sequel on a boat and send them FAR, FAR AWAY.”
“I’d love to see a really well-done, modern horror film interpretation of the Swamp Thing comics from the ’80s.”
“I’ve read the book and am aware that Carrie was a teen, however, I believe when bringing her character to film, the role should be reserved for adult actresses (like 25+). Chloe Moretz’s youthful baby-face and lack of life experience (not saying she’s immature, but she was only 15/16 at the time, still very new to the world) could not portray the emotions needed to play such a tortured soul. The themes/content in Carrie are too heavy for actual teens to convey, and I’m saying this as a teen too.”