Plz Recommend some OLD & good horror films
We’re having a scare fest on saturday and I need 2 or 3 old scary films to watch, please shoot with your recommendations. Here’s 2 of mine to start.
Psychomania is about a gang of bikers who discover the power to come back from the dead and set about rampaging the countryside. Set in the 60s, it’s pure kitsch and camp as you like but lots of fun.
The_Devil_Rides_Out is about a chap who uncovers a load of devil worshippers culminating in a great scene near the end where you get to see the great beast himself, great stuff. Absolutely terrifying when I was a kid.Posted 4 years agowilko1999Member
Braindead. Only about 20 years old, so not exactly old, old. Fairly low budget but total gore-fest and hilarious
Or for the “low budget, is this for real?” factor – Basket Case. When we watched this as teenagers it was funny, horrible and weird in equal measure. Any of my mates with a massive spot on their head/face still get called Basket Case to this day.Posted 4 years agokcalSubscriber
Depends on what sort of ‘horror’ you’re after.
Don’t Look Now is definitely disturbing, not sure it falls into Horror genre though..
On similar tack, The Wicker Man. I believe they were released on the same bill in cinemas in 1973, must have been a draining evening out that one..Posted 4 years agonoteethMember
the best horror firms aren’t gorefests but psychological dramas
Copy that. I’d never seen Carnival of Souls until last night, and it was amazing. I once saw a trailer for it whilst taping (of all things) an episode of Twin Peaks circa 1991, and it’s haunted me ever since. Anyway, I can see why it’s become a cult classic – made on a tiny budget and well ahead of its time.
Much of it is set in an abandoned fairground, and its main character is a troubled lady who plays the church organ whilst being haunted by visions of a macabre waltz in an empty dancehall – really, what else do you need? 😀
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