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    Best horror movie

    1984 - ď The Thing ď

    Just love how the creature can assume any organisms and nobody ever feels safe in the movie
    Even the ending ..we donít know if the one guy is infected

    Best horror movie ever

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    The Ring 2002. Remake of a Japanese horror film from 1998 "Ringu"
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    Hands down, the movie "Alien". 1978. Most suspenseful Sci Fi movie ever made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gamewell45 View Post
    Hands down, the movie "Alien". 1978. Most suspenseful Sci Fi movie ever made.
    Yes that was up there with me

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    I completely agree on the first Alien movie. But, for me, the original Halloween was really, really creepy/disturbing. Plus, I loved the way they started the second installment by showing the final scene of part 1, a great transition IMO. Oooh, the Shining was so spooky as well!

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    ATTACK
    of the Killer Tomatoes !
    "Remember: On the other side of that screen is a real person" (Missouri Mule)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamewell45 View Post
    Hands down, the movie "Alien". 1978. Most suspenseful Sci Fi movie ever made.
    I saw that picture open at the North Point Theater San Francisco.

    Ridley Scott is there.

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    Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein

    Count Dracula plots to put a simpleton''''s brain into the body of the Frankenstein monster.

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    I'm not a real horror movie fan so it usually has to have comedy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jet57 View Post
    I saw that picture open at the North Point Theater San Francisco.

    Ridley Scott is there.
    I am sure you were utterly shocked lol

    I saw Aliens with my parents at age 10
    i had a few bad dreams

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