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    Okay lets see your top 10 horror films.

    Not in any particular order.
    1. The Shining
    2. Silent hill
    3. Silence of the lambs
    4. 28 days later
    5. Halloween (Original) Although I did really like Rob Zombies version.
    6. Nightmare on elm street
    7. The Omen
    8. Alien
    9. The Ring
    10. The cabin in the woods
     

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    WAAAAY to many to list, let alone narrow down to 10.

    As I get older my ability to appreciate things for what they are increases- I guess I'm just getting soft and easy...

    Anyway, in my time, and as far as I can tell previously, there has never been such an impact on movie fans as Alien when it came out.

    My first and only real Horror Love Affair.
    How can a man die better than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers and the temple of his gods.

    What you put into your mind- you put into your life.


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    Exorcist #1
    Halloween #2
     

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    As for Halloween Movies go- my favorite is Trick 'r Treat.

    It is pure Halloween Spirit! Makes me smile for days every time I watch it.

    They've been kicking around a sequel for years- I hope they don't. Some things just can't be improved upon.

    How can a man die better than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers and the temple of his gods.

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    I agree... Trick r treat is a great movie! I'm a big fan of physco, It, halloween, hellraiser, nightmare on elm street 1, poltergeist, omen, and on and on........!!!! I really liked a movie not a lot of people have seen called "may", if you haven't seen it check it out. Not the best movie but the girl is creepy as hell!
     

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    I'm shocked that anyone liked Trick r Treat, it was horrible. It felt very low budget and the producers knew it was a failure because it kept getting pushed back more and more until they finally released it in limited theaters. The Sam guy looked cool but it was far from a great movie on the likes of all the others mentioned so far.

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    Actually not surprised you said that.
    How can a man die better than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers and the temple of his gods.

    What you put into your mind- you put into your life.


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    Anything hammer horror dracula ( with christopher lee) of course!
     

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    Hammer Films are awesome! My favorite is The Devil Rides Out, with Mr. Lee of course.

    Just try and find a copy that doesn't cost you more than 20 or 30 bucks! Sheesh, you can by last years top movies for $5 in the walmart bin....
    How can a man die better than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers and the temple of his gods.

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    Love the old Dracula stuff.

    American werewolf in London was great.

    Trick r treat was a disastrous flop, some people may like it but can it really be in anyone's top 100 list? Small cult following at best.

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