Last summer I stumbled upon this 12 disc 50 film classic horror collection at target. Unfortunately, I never have anyone to watch them with so I've only actually watched about 8 of them. I realize I can watch them alone but the experience just isn't the same.
It’s probably the Horror Classics Anniversary Edition box set. It truly saddens me when that box set the only bunch of classics people own so I sincerely hope you own others that aren’t just in that box set haha
There are some real gems in there. A bunch of my personal favourites.
I totally know what you mean though about not being fun to watch alone. Filmathons, especially the classics and b&w’s definitely are better with a group of friends or just one person of the opposite gender and LOTS of blankets.
Favorite classic monster? Serial Killers are included as well?
Serial killers aren’t classic horror monsters. They are deranged lunatics, modern and / or from past times. However, if you’d prefer to share information on who your favourite serial killer is I would be all ears.
p.s. I was referring to horror monsters such as Wolfman, Frankenstein, Dracula, or one of the other classics.
hannah and i are always like hmmm better not open our tumblrs in public cause you never know what you're going to get
It’s completely true! Haha
A few times whilst in coffee shop lineups I’ve decided to open tumblr only to hear the lady and / or man behind me gasp because someone else posted porn and it was the first thing on my dash haha
Send me asks or fanmail with your answers. I’d love to know
sorry about all the half naked boys i post. >_<
Bahahahaha it’s quite alright with me! I’m not complaining
Finally got my grubby hands on this book!
lol, I gotcha. Check out "The Bay". It's a docudrama style horror, except I'd say it's 90% factual information. It's just presented as a fictional scenario. And "The Strangers", which you've probably seen, scared the shit out of me the first time watching. That one was based on the Manson murders. Just random victims - because they were home. That's disturbing...
I adore the films based on or inspired by true events, because then they definitely have a more RAW and realistic feel to them.
I like it when they make horror films easier to relate to because then you definitely get goosebumps not because you’re disturbed or perhaps even frightened but because you think “shit this could actually happen” or “people actually could do this”
I think I can understand to some degree - being desensitized to horror, and all. I remember when I first started getting into horror films, I'd search out the goriest of them all. Then it kind of plateaued and my horror interests broadened. But there's still those few that chill me to the bone - and they're not gory films. Nightmarish stories with atypical stories, like LSJTD, disturb and disorient me. You don't have any prize films that disturb you? =(
In my twenty-two years on this planet I have yet to find a film that makes me uncomfortable. With the exception of Terminator but that’s just because I fucking hate robots. Haha
I think for me, knowing that its just a film sort of eliminates the possibilities of being disturbed or uncomfortable.
The grumpiest of grumpy. I’ve got extra grump in my grump and need to degrump myself ASAP
Hey, have you ever seen the movie "Let's Scare Jessica To Death"? Scary shit!
I have. It’s definitely a chilling film.
I have this problem where in all honesty I don’t find films creepy, they just don’t give me the creeps. Probably because I grew up around horror fanatics and was always exposed to rather graphic films.