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As an adult, what is your biggest fear? You could of had this fear as a child and you grew up with it. Or it just sort of came out of nowhere. I am 21 years old, and I'm horrified of the dark. I have my reasons. The main one being: growing up I spent a lot of time at my grandmas house. She would pretty much force me and my sisters to watch scary movies. I was 4-5 years old at the time. And still to this day, the dark is just something I can't handle.
Posted on 15 February 2014
After hearing about the failures of die hard 5, scary movie 5, paranormal activity 4, star wars the phantom menace e.t.c. Are there any good series that are still good after such repetition in additions to their franchise?
Posted on 24 January 2014
As the youngest of 5, I often saw scary movies ate ages I probably shouldn't have. Zelda from Pet Sematary is by far the most terrifying movie experience as a child, and haunts me to this day! What are yours?
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Hey, as per the suggestions from last weeks thread, I've added this weeks releases for iTunes, Netflix and Redbox in addition to what's coming out on Blu-Ray and DVD. Please let me know if you have any ideas for how to improve these new weekly threads we'll be doing.
Posted on 19 August 2013
I have never walked out of a movie before I went to see Scary Movie 5 with a bunch of friends.. The whole audience was hysterically laughing for the first thirty minutes we were in there which made no sense to me.
If you liked the first couple of Scary movies do not go to see this one. The amount of repetitiveness of seeing middle school aged children getting hurt is cringeworthy. Not to mention the multiple scenes of a baby getting hurt.
Posted on 20 April 2013
Posted on 14 April 2013
Date viewed: 4/13/2013
Date started: 1/1/2013
Throw some big names into a movie and it doesn't matter what happens, right? Far too many producers think like this. And if you haven't judged yet by my phrasing, it is a terrible way to make movies. Especially when many of the "big names" are big for controversial reasons, looking at you Charlie.
Anyway, if you somehow have never heard of "Scary Movie," it is a parody film series, primarily poking fun at, well, scary movies. The story is never great, usually filled with poop jokes, penis jokes, and everything else the teenagers love. So, if you're above the age of 16, you probably don't like the movies.
The first four installments featured Cindy Campbell ,played by Anna Faris, as the main character. Having a lead character kept the series somewhat enjoyable, so now we find problem number 1 of this film: Anna Faris is nowhere to be found. Now we have Jody, played by Ashley Tisdale, as the main character. The first ten minutes of seeing Tisdale on screen I was trying to figure out where I had last seen her. It was the Suite Life of Zach and Cody. A huge difference. But good for her for trying to get new roles! Now her next goal should be to find a good role. Most other characters in the film were rappers, or actors with a past.
Some moments in this film were funny, I'll give it that. But it definitely not worth the price of admission. It's like they didn't even try. Maybe we can put a stop to these terrible parody films, but I doubt that will happen any time soon. With the absence of any past character returning, a complete neglect of plot structure, then not even being funny, I have to say this film isn't worth watching.
Discussion topic: What is the best parody movie you have seen?
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The scary movie films were obviously never shining examples of cinema at its finest, but scary movie 5 seems like it takes the series to very new lows. Who approves of a film this bad to be made?
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I think its amazing that the current TV spots for Scary Movie 5 are showing scenes parodying "Evil Dead" and "Mama" two films that are barely 3 months old. (Evil Dead just coming out last week). How does a film like "Scary Movie" write, shoot, and edit a scene like that in time for a wide release just a 7 days away? Is it just that cheap and easy?
"Scream" came out in 1996 and "Scary Movie 1" came out in 2000. From 4 years to 4 months, is current cinema so short minded that it makes fun of itself immediately after its invention? I know this is a recurring discussion on Reddit and how everything is a remake of a remake. Its just crazy how fast its being remade or parodied.
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I know there are a lot of movies to come out in 2013 but which one are you most excited about?
Oz: the Great and Powerful, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Oblivion, Scary Movie 5, Iron Man 3, The Great Gatsby, Star Trek: Into Darkness, Fast and Furious 6, The Hangover Part III, Man of Steel, World War Z, Kick Ass 2, The Wolverine, 300: Rise of an Empire, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Ender's Game, Thor: The Dark Woods, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Jack Ryan, A Good Day to Die Hard, the Lone Ranger, Elysium and a whole bunch of others...
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Promised Land ... January 11
Gangster Squad ... January 11
Zero Dark Thirty ... January 11
The Last Stand ... January 18
Mama ... January 18
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters ... January 25
Stand Up Guys ... February 1
Warm Bodies ... February 1
Side Effects ... February 8
A Good Day to Die Hard ... February 14
Jack the Giant Slayer ... March 1
Oz: The Great and Powerful ... March 8
Admission ... March 8
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone ... March 15
Carrie ... March 15
The Croods ... March 22
G.I. Joe: Retaliation ... March 29
To the Wonder ... ???
42 ... April 12
Evil Dead ... April 12
Scary Movie 5 ... April 19
Oblivion ... April 19
Pain and Gain ... April 26
Iron Man 3 ... May 3
The Great Gatsby ... May 10
Star Trek Into Darkness ... May 17
Fast Six ... May 24
Epic ... May 24
The Hangover: Part III ... May 24
The Internship ... June 7
After Earth ... June 7
Now You See Me ... June 7
Much Ado About Nothing ... June 7
Man of Steel ... June 14
End of the World ... June 14
World War Z ... June 21
Monsters University ... June 21
Kick-Ass 2 ... June 28
Lone Ranger ... July 3
Despicable Me 2 ... July 3
Pacific Rim ... July 12
R.I.P.D. ... July 19
The Wolverine ... July 26
Red 2 ... August 2
300: Rise of an Empire ... August 2
Elysium ... August 9
Robocop ... August 9
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters ... August 16
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones ... August 23
I, Frankenstein ... September 13
Prisoners ... September 20
Rush ... September 20
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 ... September 27
The Tomb ... September 27
The Wolf of Wall Street ... ???
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For ... October 4
Captain Phillips ... October 11
Oldboy ... October 11
Gravity ... October 18
The World's End ... October 25
Ender’s Game ... November 1
Thor: The Dark World ... November 8
Catching Fire ... November 22
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug ... December 13
Saving Mr. Banks ... December 20
47 Ronin ... December 25
Jack Ryan ... December 25
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty ... December 25
Posted on 29 November 2012
Sure there were plenty of movies that freaked me the fuck out when I was younger (Tommyknockers, Fire In The Sky), but as an adult, I've been pretty unaffected.
I'd say the closest I've gotten to scared after watching a movie would have to be the night after seeing paranormal activity and sleeping over at my girlfriends extremely creaky house.
How 'bout you, Reddit?
Posted on 13 October 2012
Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (3D/2D theaters)
The Last Stand
Battle of the Year
Bullet to the Head
47 Ronin (3D/2D theaters)
The Bitter Pill
A Good Day to Die Hard
Escape From Planet Earth
21 and Over
Now You See Me
The Croods (3D/2D theaters and IMAX 3D)
Jack the Giant Killer (3D/2D theaters and IMAX)
G.I. Joe: Retaliation (3D/2D theaters)
Dead Man Down
Untitled Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy Comedy
Tyler Perry Presents We the Peeples
Untitled Star Trek Sequel (3D/2D theaters and IMAX 3D)
Fast & Furious 6
The Hangover Part III
The End of the World
Man of Steel
Monsters University (3D/2D theaters)
World War Z
Despicable Me 2
Independence Day 3D
The Lone Ranger
Grown Ups 2
Phineas and Ferb
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Untitled Henry Selick Film
White House Down
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
One Direction Concert Movie 3D
Thor: The Dark World
Posted on 27 July 2012
So i'm planning a scary movie weekend marathon including a few friends of mine and their girlfriends including my own. I want to truly scare them so what are your top 5 suggestions for creepy deeply scary movies?
Posted on 24 June 2012
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D. 35 years after the original murders, Leatherface (Dan Yeager) targets Heather Miller (Alexandra Daddario), a young woman who travels to Texas with her friends to claim an inheritance that includes Leatherface's old house. Directed by John Luessnhop
Scary Movie 5. Friends Jody (Ashley Tisdale) and Kendra (Erica Ash) compete for the role of lead dancer in a company run by an aloof and oversexed French director. Directed by Malcolm Lee.
Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. Witch hunters Hansel (Jeremy Renner) and Gretel (Gemma Arterton) are hired to stop Muriel (Famke Jenssen), a witch who has captured the children of a small town in order to sacrifice them in a ritual to achieve immortality. At the same time, Hansel and Gretel must also deal with the sadistic Sheriff Berringer (Peter Stormare), who is murdering innocents in his quest to find the witches. Directed by Tommy Wirkola.
The Last Stand. In the small town of Sommerton Junction, near the Mexican border, Sheriff Ray Owens (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and his unexperienced team of deputies faces off against fugitive drug lord Gabriel Cortez (Eduardo Noriega), who has hired mercenary Burrell (Peter Stormare) and his men to eliminate the entire police force, therefore preventing anyone from trying to stop Cortez from escaping the FBI by crossing the border. Directed by Kim Jee-Woon
Broken City. Private detective Billy Taggart (Mark Wahlberg) is hired by the Mayor of New York City, Richard Barlow (Russell Crowe), to find out if his wife, Emily (Catherine Zeta-Jones), is having an affair. However, when the investigation leads him to uncover a political conspiracy, he becomes a target of unknown forces out to silence him. Directed by Allen Hughes.
Battle of the Year: The Dream Team. A breakdancing crew and their instructor, Derrek (Josh Holloway) travels to Fance for the Battle of the Year International Championship, where they face off against the world's best b-boy teams. Directed by Benson Lee.
Parker. Parker (Jason Statham) is a professional thief with a code of conduct that includes never stealing from people in need. However, his honor is put to test when a billion dollar job comes his way. And when he betrays his morals only to discover he was set up, he decides to get revenge against those responsible. Directed by Taylor Hackford.
Movie 43. An anthology of twenty comedic shorts by different directors. The cast includes Hugh Jackman, Gerard Butler, Josh Duhamel, Chloe Moretz, Elizabeth Banks, Leslie Bibb, Ellen Page, Sam Rockwell, Kate Winslet, Anna Faris, Uma Thurman, Naomi Watts and several others.
EDIT: More movies in Comments
Posted on 10 June 2012
What will you be watching?
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D. Scary Movie 5. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. The Last Stand. Monsters, Inc. 3D. Broken City. Movie 43. Battle of the Year. Parker. Bullet to the Head. Warm Bodies. Safe Haven. 47 Ronin. The Bitter Pill. Beautiful Creatures. A Good Day to Die Hard. Escape from Planet Earth. I, Frankenstein. Trance. Elysium. Oz, The Great and Powerful. Carrie. Now You See Me. Jack, The Giant-Killer. Captain Phillips. The Croods. G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Tyler Perry's The Marriage Counselor. The Host. Untitled Sandra Bullock/Melissa McCarthy Buddy Cop Movie. The Evil Dead. 42. Oblivion. Iron Man 3. Identity Thief. Tyler Perry's We the Peeple. Star Trek 2. The Hangover: Part III. Epic. Fast and Furious 6. After Earth. Man of Steel. The End of the World. World War Z. Monsters University. R.I.P.D. The Internship. The Lone Ranger. Independence Day 3D. Despicable Me 2. Pacific Rim. Grown-Ups 2. Jurassic Park 3D. Turbo. The Wolverine. Phineas and Ferb. Dirty Dancing. The Smurfs 2. 300: Battle of Artemisia. RED 2. Robocop. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters. The Mortal Instruments. Leon, The Lion. The Little Mermaid 3D. Paranoia. Untitled Henry Sellick 3D Movie. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. The Seventh Son. The Trick or Treaters. Ender's Game. White House Down. Thor 2. Me and My Shadow. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Frozen. Bad Santa 2. Santapprentice. The Hobbit: There and Back Again. Ninja Turtles. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
Posted on 1 June 2012
A girl I recently started dating LOVES horror movies. Problem is there's not much she hasn't seen or stuff that scares her. She doesn't think I can find a truly scary movie she hasn't seen.
So, I'm employing your help to come up with something.
A few things:
) No pre-2000, or maybe pre-1995 movies. Yeah, they're classics and all, but they're simply not scary by today's standards. They're more laughable now than scary.
2) Gore is fine, but not JUST gore. I want SCARY/HORROR too.
3) No corny acting or effects or crappy plot that is going to make the movie seem stupid. I want a solid scary/horror flick.
4) Oh, and preferably one in english... not subtitled.
5) She's seen a lot of scary movies. So if you're going to throw out something like Paranormal Activity, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Ring, etc... I'm sure she's already seen it.
EDIT Ok, lets include foreign/subtitled movies...
EDIT2 Downloading Martyrs, Noroi: The Curse, and The Audition. Hopefully one of these does the job! Thanks for all the responses!
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