How to Survive a Horror Movie: All the Skills to Dodge the Kills

How to Survive a Horror Movie: All the Skills to Dodge the Kills

Great book I've seen advertized in a magazine... I only wish I could remember which one... I'm still longing to find it on the book shelves of my local bookstore. This book claimms to teach you "All the Skills to Dodge the Kills". Whether your running from an insane axe murderer, an evil dolls, evil Japanese movies, murderous homecoming queens and more!Chapters include: How to Survive a Night of Babysitting How to Convince the Skeptical Local Sheriff How to Perform an Exorcism How to Tell If You’ve Been Dead Since the Beginning of the Movie How to Vanquish a Murderous Doll

  • Freaky movie that was well done and it is based on the novel by Hubert Selby Jr., and its is undoubtedly one of the most effective films ever made about the experience of drug addiction.

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  • Quite the thriller I'd say. It has death, sickness, suspense, everything you could ever need in a scary movie.

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  • Thriller, violence and zombies. It doesn't get much better than that.

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  • The Others is one of the spookiest movies I have seen. Even though when you reach the end of the film, you would want to go back to the beginning of the film to try to figure out when all of this happened to them. The director d... The Others is one of the spookiest movies I have seen. Even though when you reach the end of the film, you would want to go back to the beginning of the film to try to figure out when all of this happened to them. The director did a great job keeping us guessing. Also, it doesn't have any gross parts like other horror films do.

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  • Yet another superbly awesome performance from John Depp. I'm actually becoming increasingly convinced that he simply can't be in a bad film. Per this one, it's about a writer who locks himself in a cabin after a breakup and become... Yet another superbly awesome performance from John Depp. I'm actually becoming increasingly convinced that he simply can't be in a bad film. Per this one, it's about a writer who locks himself in a cabin after a breakup and becomes stocked by the worst of influences. It sounds a lot worse than it is.

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  • I couldn't sit through this whole movie until about like three years ago because it always grossed me out. But it is a very good movie nonetheless.

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  • FROM THE MASTER OF SCARE STEPHEN KING COMES "IT"! IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN AFRAID OF CLOWNS THIS MIGHT GIVE YOU A CHANGE OF HEART! SOME FEARS CAN'T BE KILLED EVEN AFTER CHILDHOOD!

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  • A must-see for fans of the zombie movie genre. A must-see for fans of British comedy. A must-see for fans of horror movies. A must-see for fans of funny movies! Sharply funny, satirical and loving, cool and an introduction to ... A must-see for fans of the zombie movie genre. A must-see for fans of British comedy. A must-see for fans of horror movies. A must-see for fans of funny movies! Sharply funny, satirical and loving, cool and an introduction to one of the most exciting film-making teams since the Boyle/Hodges/Macdonald team behind Trainspotting. Simon Pegg is Shaun, a going-nowhere loser who's biggest dilemna is winning back his longtime girlfriend, Liz (Kate Ashfield) until he wakes up one morning to a London overrun with zombies. Together with his slacker buddy Ed (Nick Frost) he sets out to rescue Liz, his mum (Penelope Wilton) and their hangers-on (Liz's flatmates and his mum's husband (the always excellent Bill Nighy) and wait out the invasion in their favourite pub, The Winchester. Oh, and you'll learn everything you need to know about killing zombies!

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  • Christian Bale has made a lot of good movies, and this is one of them. He plays a machinist in a factory who's an insomniac. He hasn't slept in a full year and is on the edge of madness. Which doesn't go over well when you're work... Christian Bale has made a lot of good movies, and this is one of them. He plays a machinist in a factory who's an insomniac. He hasn't slept in a full year and is on the edge of madness. Which doesn't go over well when you're working with heavy machinery. Needless to say, strange things begin to happen and he can't discern who's real and who's a hallucination. Can you?

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  • A devout and pious Catholic police sergeant travels to a remote Scottish island when he receives word that a young girl has gone missing. What he finds shocks and subtly intrigues while threatening his religious beliefs - a deeply... A devout and pious Catholic police sergeant travels to a remote Scottish island when he receives word that a young girl has gone missing. What he finds shocks and subtly intrigues while threatening his religious beliefs - a deeply pagan and close-knit society who worship nature over established religion. With strange customs and overt sensuality on full display at each turn, Edward Woodward's Sergeant Howie rallies forth to do his duty and solve the central mystery of the missing child. Entangling with the town's charmingly sinister leader Lord Summerisle (a wonderful Christopher Lee), the beguiling landlord's daughter and nymph Willow (Britt Eckland) and a host of other vaguely sinister characters, Howie delves deeper and deeper into the mysteries of the island, until the Wicker Man's stunning conclusion. It's an utterly unforgettable and original film, sadly underrated at the time of its release and it's brilliance was barely touched by the abysmal, woefully misguided 2006 remake of the same name.

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  • Classic, chilling and unquestionably brilliant. Hitchcock was at the top of his game when he made this, Vertigo and North By Northwest and Psycho, his masterpiece of horror and suspense has never been eclipsed. Anthony Per... Classic, chilling and unquestionably brilliant. Hitchcock was at the top of his game when he made this, Vertigo and North By Northwest and Psycho, his masterpiece of horror and suspense has never been eclipsed. Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh would never outgrow their roles as Norman Bates and Marion Crane and this film's multiple iconic images have been oft imitated (most famously by Gus van Sant's shot-by-shot remake). Hitchcock had a knack for touching on universally terrifying things and Psycho's shower scene is one of his most powerful - think about it the next time you're in the shower - you're alone, naked, defenseless...what's might be on the other side of that curtain? Despite being made in 1960, it's story is still chilling and evocative. I still get scared getting into the shower to this day.

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  • The Orphanage is from the same guy that did Pan's Labyrinth. Normally I don't like subtitled films (too much effort to stay involved), but this is definitely an exception. This is a creepy, creepy one with some haunting visuals so... The Orphanage is from the same guy that did Pan's Labyrinth. Normally I don't like subtitled films (too much effort to stay involved), but this is definitely an exception. This is a creepy, creepy one with some haunting visuals so be sure to sleep with the lights on.

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