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My guilty pleasure (movie)

B List horror Films

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Horror  Horror

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Morgan Freeman
Mickey Rourke
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Beyoncé Knowles
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“My mommy always said there were no monsters - no real ones - but there are.” - Aliens (1986)

“No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.” - Hellraiser (1987)

“Every town has an Elm Street.” - Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)

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Ant-Man

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3/4 stars

It was better than I expected it to be based on the summary. However I also have not seen a movie with Paul Rudd in it before and I do enjoy Michael Douglas.

 

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Chris Kavan

Chris Kavan- wrote on 09/09/12 at 02:35 PM CT
One-Eyed Monster Review comment

 

That's why I love Neflix - for every decent horror film I've seen (Grave Encounters comes to mind), there are probably eight I should have just up and skipped, but I continue to watch them anyway. Ah, at least I'll know I'll never be bored, just disappointed.

OracleElizabeth

OracleElizabeth- wrote on 06/20/12 at 11:12 AM CT
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Godzilla, in release year order.

OracleElizabeth

OracleElizabeth- wrote on 06/08/12 at 12:37 PM CT
Worst Thriller List comment

 

I find the acting and the make-up great but I feel that any movie that uses sex as a crutch makes it less so than other films of the same topic. But I haven't finished adding films to my account so it may get pushed off this list. God knows I watch horrid terrible things. Not saying that sex and romance doesn't have a place in horror films. Just too many use it as some sort of thing to cross off a stereotypical check list.

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Chris Kavan- wrote on 06/06/12 at 05:14 PM CT
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I mostly agree with you except on The Howling - it might not be a classic thriller, but compared to other werewolf movies, it's decent (the sequels, however, are all truly terrible).

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OracleElizabeth- wrote on 05/17/12 at 10:10 AM CT
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Seems like for everyone one I take off, I put three on. I'm also quite sure that 98% of these films are so bad you would not give them to Uwe Boll to watch. I'm sure some where on this list there is a Uwe Boll film, or there was one at one point.

Chris Kavan

Chris Kavan- wrote on 05/15/12 at 03:41 PM CT
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I love that you have random horror films mixed in with some true classics (The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Saving Private Ryan, 12 Angry Men). I myself find that random horror movies aren't all that bad, especially when I'm bored late at night and Netflix (whose streaming option doesn't have the best selection anyway) is just begging me to look up yet another zombie movie that will probably be terrible. Your list runs the gamut from classic to b-grade awesome to z-grade terrible - but I'll let you decide and wish you the best on tackling this impressive list.

 

 

   
 
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