The Last House On The Left
Posted 24 February 2009 - 10:32 PM
Plot: A pair of adventurous teen girls are kidnapped, raped and murdered by a gang of thugs. The killers unwittingly hole up in the home of one victim's parents, who, upon realizing what their guests did, devise gruesome revenge.
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"There are some things money can't buy...A good imagination is one of them
Posted 25 February 2009 - 10:43 PM
and wes craven is only one of the producers.
Posted 27 February 2009 - 05:57 AM
*waiting for the day they'd actually make horror movies for adult audiences...*
Posted 27 February 2009 - 08:58 AM
Posted 27 February 2009 - 07:20 PM
this is only a movie
this is only a movie
this is only a movie
he and his crew did or almost did get arrested during filming for the movie, he also made the movie with no filming permits, which is or was illegal back then.
pfled, part of this movie was filmed in CT. i know for sure the cemetery scene.
Posted 28 February 2009 - 04:46 PM
Personally I don't think the money and the special effects make a movie any better.... One of my favorite (and creepiest movies) is "Open Water" and that was made on <1 million and why is it so good and creepy? Because it's realistic... The lady that used to do my mom's nails actually knew someone who got left behind on a Scuba trip and was never found... It's more common than people think. I can't go SCUBA (because of it could cause my brain to herniate), but after seeing "Open Water", I never want to.
Posted 05 March 2009 - 08:20 PM
Posted 05 March 2009 - 08:28 PM
Really Willow? I never saw this movie, the original or any other version of it. The only movie I've ever tried to see and couldn't take it was the exorcist. Another one that scared me really bad was Urban Legends, the first one, when she was at the gas station and the "weird" guy was telling her to get out of the car and that song, Total Eclispe of the Heart, was playing....and what happened to her?!?!?
I never finished watching that one either. Ok, so that's 2 movies. And we rented that one movie, Texas Chainsaw, and as soon as that one came on, I was done. I like a good ghost movie, not so much with the crazy ppl. I like ghosts better.
Posted 05 March 2009 - 10:31 PM
The Exorcist is yet another that traumatized me and to this day I can't watch it so I know how you feel! I remember after watching it when I was younger, I slept with my bible and rosary for months....not to mention not being able to even look at much less eat pea soup after seeing it.
Lol, the problem with Texas Chainsaw massacre was all the screaming and chainsaw going constantly toward the end. It was so grungy but thats where the appeal for hardcore horror fans are I guess...give me a good ghost genre or suspense movie and i'm good to go
Edited by Willow, 05 March 2009 - 10:32 PM.
Posted 08 March 2009 - 08:49 PM
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Posted 12 March 2009 - 07:43 AM
I saw the Exorcist when I was 19. I was coming home from school and it started raining really bad so I went to my Aunt's house nearby. She and her daughter had rented a two movies: Exorcist and Dude, where's my car? (what a weird combination...) I was basically "forced" to watch it. At that time I was living alone and when I got back home, I was BAD_WORD scared! I couldn't sleep for several nights and even today the music alone is enough to make the hair in my neck stand up. And it's almost 8 years since I saw it!
Too bad my BF is a big fan of horror movies and yes, Exorcist is part of his collection. I have been tempted to watch the movie again, but haven't got around to it.
I know some people don't think the movie is scary at all. A recent review I read said that it mostly depends on how you see the Devil and if you belive in his existence at all. I do believe there are evil spirits and I do believe possession can happen...
Edited by Willow, 12 March 2009 - 09:57 AM.
Posted 12 March 2009 - 10:11 AM
That's interesting, the religious stand point theory...being raised *strict* Catholic it always puzzled me why my mother let me see it at such a young age. If she was trying to teach me something it was highly effective.
Posted 12 March 2009 - 10:42 AM
Me and my friend "watched" the exorcist. Well, I watched about 45 minutes of it and left. It completely terrified me to the bone.
That night, I went back and stayed at her house and HAD to take a shower, so I did - it was the fastest shower ever! and I was scared so bad in that shower - I even left the curtain open and mopped up the water afterwards. I was determined not to close my eyes, but when I was washing my hair, I had to close them, I was looking down and opened them for a second and all this red liquid was running down me and then mixing into the shower water.
I jumped out of that shower screaming at the top of my lungs, slippin and slidin - terrified out of my mind! Turns out, her dad had some kind of shampoo for gray hair and it was red and that was the shampoo I had used cuz it was in the shower.
I stayed that scared for I know at least 3 months. Whitney wanted to rent it recently and wouldn't be talked out of it, so I left the house, I said I wouldn't be in the same house with that movie even. Anyway, she watched about half an hour of it and didn't want it in the house, either.
Maybe it is a religious thing, I don't know, but that's the worst of the worst imo.
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