Looking for good horror recommendations.

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Imma let you in on a lil secret; all you bitches have em. I suggest james purefoy as his first junk show. Stately, low and proud. A fine healthy sight.

Also, i remember liking shocker as a kid
Well shit snatch, since you put it that way, I'll make sure the next horror flick I watch with him is chock full o cock! Shit, I tell ya, there was a magic combination of words that could totally change my mind on the subject and you just fucking nailed em! The best part is knowing that I get to tell him, "son, you get to thank snatch for all the cock" ...how poetic is that? ?
 

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Well shit snatch, since you put it that way, I'll make sure the next horror flick I watch with him is chock full o cock! Shit, I tell ya, there was a magic combination of words that could totally change my mind on the subject and you just fucking nailed em! The best part is knowing that I get to tell him, "son, you get to thank snatch for all the cock" ...how poetic is that? ?
Well, now, a gold embossed thank you note would be nice


Dicks make for great comedic pause
 
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Creepiest movie I've seen was "A Serbian Film".
I just recently watched that. I thought it was ok but wasn't too impressed. Although I may have accidentally watched the "cut" version. I thought Mandy was a lot creepier. Have you seen that yet? Blew my mind it was so popular on Amazon. It gets pretty rough. Also, have you seen August Underground? It's a fake-playing-real like The Fourth Kind, but it's pretty fucking raw...
 

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My 13yo son and I have had a tradition of watching at least one horror film a weekend for the last 5 years. I have Prime, Netflix, and Hulu, plus the prime addon Shudder. We've seen hundreds but we're still looking for more.
Some of our favorites so far have been Hellraiser (1 and 3), The Ritual, Pumpkin Head, and The Devil's Candy.
As you can tell by that list, we prefer movies with a more serious tone without a lot of cheese.
Also, yes he's young, but we don't restrict ratings. Not raising a pussy...
The ritual was a cracker I suppose. I personally dislike monster themes but it was still good


Kill List is possibly one of my all time favourite horrors, about two hitmen who essentially get dodgier and dodgier jobs only to find they're part of what's essentially a ritual.. it's really fantastic and fucking dark.. the ending is brilliant.

I love french extremity but you've likely seen all the good stuff so I'll just list my favourite movies

Martyr's (original and extended edition)

Man bites dog (not really a horror, but it's classed as either a psychological horror or a shockumentary "it's not based on truth", there's some epic and highly re-watchable moments, it's a grim and gritty slow burner, and it's in French but fuck me is it a gem)
The others, it has that one hideous scene which must be seen.

Dead man's shoes (just fucking watch this one if you haven't.. very gritty.. very realistic, very dark, again not a true horror, but certainly horrifying)

Irreversible (pretty savage)

A Serbian film (pure degenerate filth, love it)

The original Texas chainsaw, but I'm sure you've seen that.

Antichrist (Lars Von trier is a pretty bad ass writer and director etc, this is the best of the series.. quite alot of symbolism but still brilliant)

The original "I spit on your grave" is a good classic.. the remakes shit.

Salo, very good if you can be asked to sit through it.. took me a few goes to get into it but it's worth the ride.

Audition, good but probably a one time watch.

Gummo, isn't a horror but it's fucking bleak
Requiem for a dream, same as above

Candy man wasn't too terrible but it's a tad cheesy.. otherwise quite horrific in places.. same vein as nightmare on elm Street and Friday the 13th though.. so either love or hate I think (not really my sort of horror)

The omen, I always loved that movie
The exorcist, you've seen it surely but the beginning part where the archeologist is in the desert has a brilliant atmosphere.

Suspiria, always found that movie to be totally fucked..

Last House on the left
Rosemary's baby
The shining
Alien

Wolf creek! Another great one
The hills have eyes (I personally thought it was shit but it is pretty damn nasty throughout.. some scenes are so screwed up)
Children of the corn (another classic, I used to love the original though)
Hostel, if you like cheap throwaway torture porn.
Red dragon (a must if you liked silence of the lambs as it's somewhat connected)

The descent, hellish as fuck.. claustrophobia plus strange subterranean sub human beasties.. actually good.

The thing
Last House on the left
A tale of two sisters

Funny games!!, Absolutely amazing film.
Eden lake, absolutely amazing film.. the ending is horrible and when they necklace the child.. this film is really really worth a watch If you haven't already.
Session 9
Jacob's ladder
We need to talk about Kevin
Killing of a sacred deer
Creep


Now I have this movie in my head and I just cannot find it!
Basically a father and son are involved in an illegal fighting network (I think) and after winning a fight the son was supposed to lose, their car is ambushed on the way out by a group of pikeys, who kill the pair.
The rest of the movie plays out like a revenge thriller/horror in which another brother tries to track down the people responsible.. at some point he finds himself at a deal house, cops warn him but on his side.. eventually he find the guy and kills him, shooting his legs with a rifle before finishing him off

If anyone thinks that sounds familiar please lemme know the name
I fucking loved that movie and I've never been able to find it since
Same feeling throughout as "dead mens shoes" just gritty and dark.

Oh also se7en could go on this list just for the sin of sloth
 

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P.s
I'm not sure if 123movies.net will work for you but you'll likely be able to find every movie mentioned here for free on there.

A field in England is supposedly a horror
I've tried to watch it a few times this week and personally I just can't get past the.. well alot of things, I think it's bollocks with potential, obviously I keep going back to it for some reason.. I think the idea is probably better than the execution but it's worth a shot if you want something different
 

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Ah more

The witch (this was really good, I didn't expect it to be but I loved it actually)

Bone tomahawk (it's a slow burning modern western.. but fucking hell is it worth sitting through.. one of the nastiest and most depraved horror moments is in this movie)

No country for old men (not really a horror but it's a must watch)

Yes!
Out of the furnace
It's not a horror but watch it
The bad bits are bad
And the horror beats most horrors
 

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I just recently watched that. I thought it was ok but wasn't too impressed. Although I may have accidentally watched the "cut" version. I thought Mandy was a lot creepier. Have you seen that yet? Blew my mind it was so popular on Amazon. It gets pretty rough. Also, have you seen August Underground? It's a fake-playing-real like The Fourth Kind, but it's pretty fucking raw...
I hated August underground lol too fake
But if you like that
I'd recommend

Guinea pig - a Tale of flesh and blood
Grotesque (Japanese torture movie, has more of a budget and better effects, but the ending is really cheesy)
Splatter: naked blood
Visitor Q
Happiness
And maybe, Henry portrait of a serial killer.

Hmm.. anything else similar :/
No
But nekromantik should be added to the list for the sake of it
 

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Oh
Purple velvet
Or
Blue velvet (I can't remember which)

It's not a horror I don't think
But in my pre-teens I watched that along with all the classic horrors (Texas chainsaw, jeepers creepers, house of 1000 corpses, sorority row, f the 13th, nightmare.o.e.s, candy man, children of the corn, American psycho, silence of the lambs yada yada yada you get the picture)

And of all of them only two things stuck in my head

In Texas chainsaw when he bonks the guy over the head with the hammer and he starts convulsing on the floor (that is the best and only horror moment in that fucking movie.. the sound.. the sound.. urgh)
And more to the point

The scene in blue (or purple) velvet, where the protagonist is crawling on all fours with a gas mask under a woman's skirt saying "mummy, mummy"
It's sick, it's fucked, it's perverse and it's atmosphere is downright horrifying..

I'll stop v.v
 

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V.v

Don't look now
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Pretty disturbing movie

The original Carrie
The 1981 movie "Possession" (bit of a headfuck)
Orphan


I really will stop now v.v
 
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