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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon View Post
    Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers! Classic!:D
    See why I married her? She knows her corny, cheesy 80's horror flicks! :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkScribe View Post
    So Shannon & I are watching that special on CBS, the AFL's 10 Top 10 (films of all-time), and they have it broken down into genre categories like Animation, Romantic Comedies, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, etc etc...but NO Horror...needless to say I was a bit perturbed by this gross omission...here is mine (listed in no order of importance), so feel free to share yours:

    1) Night of the Living Dead (the original and still a classic)

    2) Halloween (the first one...)

    3) The Haunting (the original, not the ridiculous remake)

    4) Jaws (scared the shit out of me as a kid and made me want to stay out of the ocean for a while)

    5) Alien (yes, Alien...to me this is just a horror movie in outer space)

    6) The Exorcist (for its time, and still stands the test of time today, extremely graphic and chilling)

    7) The Shining (the movie not the miniseries...the movie was very different from the King novel but had a distinct air of menace largely thanks to Nicholson's awesome performance)

    8) Wolf Creek (recently done, obviously, loosely based on actual events and one of the lines of dialogue from the movie makes my lovely wife cringe...and no, I won't say it here lest dorks like JV plague her with it constantly! :p But seriously, this movie was SO believable and realistic it was very very frightening)

    9) Creature from the Black Lagoon (yeah, kinda cheesy but this movie always creeped me out as a kid)

    10) The Thing (the John Carpenter remake...I am a HUGE fan of JC and I love this movie! Kurt Russell's character was perfect and the special FX were the cutting edge of super-graphic for its time)
    I didn't leave these other two out but for the sake of ONLY listing 10...my other two favorites would be Poltergeist and The Howling...
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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    Great list, last nite I watched Grindhouse, way cool. I was a big fan of Mystery Theater 2000, I love "B" grade horror movies!
    My wife cringes when there is nothing on and I flick over to Sci-Fi channel and watch whatever is on, like Original Sci-fi movie!!
    I have Wolf Creek and haven't watched it yet, it goes on tomorrow.

    P.S. My parents went to see The Night Of The Living Dead in the drive in when I was young. They thought I was asleep in the back of the car.... NOT!!! Best horror movie ever!
    I want to see the 2nd part of Grindhouse....Planet Terror....I liked the first part...umm, Death-something...the killer stunt car driver, ya know...Kurt Russell was great in that, too. I'm a big fan of Tarantino/Rodriguez (From Dusk Till Dawn is a campy, fun flick...well, fun in a horror movie kinda way)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkScribe View Post
    I didn't leave these other two out but for the sake of ONLY listing 10...my other two favorites would be Poltergeist and The Howling...
    The Howling was good, but The Wolfen was better, and I'll raise you one Phantasm!!:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    Ha, another great B horror movie I watched not too long ago- C.H.U.D ! Check out thier sideburns!
    What about Phantasm? A 70's horror classic!:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    The Howling was good, but The Wolfen was better, and I'll raise you one Phantasm!!:D
    Ohhhh. Phantasm scared the shit out me as a kid..
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkScribe View Post
    I want to see the 2nd part of Grindhouse....Planet Terror....I liked the first part...umm, Death-something...the killer stunt car driver, ya know...Kurt Russell was great in that, too. I'm a big fan of Tarantino/Rodriguez (From Dusk Till Dawn is a campy, fun flick...well, fun in a horror movie kinda way)
    I saw the second part, with the killer zombies and the killer bbq!!!:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    The Howling was good, but The Wolfen was better, and I'll raise you one Phantasm!!:D
    Dude, I disagree about Wolfen (liked it but Howling works better for me) but we said Phantasm at virtually the same time...too funny...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkScribe View Post
    Dude, I disagree about Wolfen (liked it but Howling works better for me) but we said Phantasm at virtually the same time...too funny...
    Haha, your bet! Another one that is good is The Descent, I liked it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkScribe View Post
    Dude, I disagree about Wolfen (liked it but Howling works better for me) but we said Phantasm at virtually the same time...too funny...
    But did you see Albert Finneys sideburns!!!:D

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