"Wonna balloon Billy they float they all float and when your down here your float too, AHHHH"
Not shore what it is about this film this film its much more scary to watch as a kid because the It clown is a child killer so I suppose you relate to them more.I think the first half of the film is scary as hell but when the the children grow up I found there was only a few things that scared me and even though was based on Steven Kings book it seemed to of run out of ideas maybe the book was allot better.I thought the ending with the giant spider was really crap and not very scary but It the clown played by Tim Curry did a really chilling performance and made the film what it was.The children actors were all good as well it seems funny now days that allot of children don't seem to have the acting abilities as the 90s and 80s kid actors or is that me thinking it.
"Dont call me evil"
Fright Night is a classic which every one has to watch, there's loads of black humour in this and lots of scary moments. Chris Sarandon plays Jerry Dandridge the head vampire and is after his long lost love which looks actually like Amy Peterson and has to have her no matter what.Charley Brewster Amy's boyfriend and Peter Vincent played brilliantly by Roddy McDowall the famous vampire killer have other ideas and plan to stake the vampire through he heart.This is an extremely enjoyable film with a really 80s feel to it.
I really enjoyed watching this film when I was younger and saw it again and loved it still even tough its quite dated.I'm just waiting for them to remake like they with every other film these days and not realizing that your never gonna beat some original because they a great style and feel to them that you could only do at that time.Back to the film Keith Gordon played the character Arnie Cunningham brilliantly from nerd to a cool guy but the style from the 50s era.He becomes fanatic about the car and calls it Christine and slowly becomes evil.There's loads of eerie moments and John Carpenter did another amazing job making the car come to life on screen using camera tricks.
I liked the first three Hellraiser films I thought they were all great.They defiantly don't make films like them today especially the gore that they had in them.I think for me my fav has to be Hellraiser 3 I think it finished the series off before they started really milking it because they've made a few more I think but Pinhead himself played by Doug Bradley who I don't think stared in any more after the third but he did a great portraying the chilling character.I thought the second one came with some new evil looking characters so it was pretty cool to see them on screen.
The first poltigiest is brillent directed by Toby Hooper again and he does another great job with a really spooky supernatrual film.It had loads of scares and was an amzing film.My most scary moment was either the tree or the clons toy.The second one was simular but had the new character Taylor the indian and for me it gave me some relief to know that there was a big bloke helping them instead of a small and helpless looking dwarf lady.There was really chilling performance played by Julian Beck as the evil Reverend Henry Kane, he was defently a scene to remember when he comes to the house preaching.
"Beware the moon lads, and stick to the roads-oophs"
Ok this is not only a great horror film but one of my favourite films of all time.I've always loved were wolf films,Id always preferred standing were wolves but this film showed a real demonic wolf that looked crazy with the help a brilliant make up artist Rick Baker.John Carpenter wanted it shot in bright light which was extremely hard at the time with special effects and Rick Baker did it and came up with a magnificent transformation of man to wolf.There's loads of black humour in this film which its well known for but that didn't ruin it in any way because it was still a fantastic horror film.The ending was sad with David Naughtons character dying by the person who he loves Jenny Agutter.This film is terrific with jumps and scares through out,John Landis shot brilliant sites in London and made it a classic.
"We're not getting out of here alive. But neither is that thing"
The Thing for me is a brilliant for its isolation.The film is creepy and very scary at times the more you watch it.When the dog reaches there outpost you wonder which one is infected and who to trust.This has to be one of John Carpenters greatest film, with great special effects even if it does look dated to today standards.I think its not the technology that you have but its how you excucute it and films from the 80s done it extremely well with great film making.Kurt Russell was great in this film as MacReady the hero that has find out which of the crew have been infected by the alien.It also stars Keith David who plays child's who scurvies at the end with Kurt Russell and you wonder if he is infected himself.Over all this film is brilliant to watch with some really cool looking monsters showing what wild imagination can do.
I think the first Freddy film is amazing it has great visual moments with cool steal works where Freddy takes his victims to.I watched this when I was kid and found it very freighting.I think it holds up really well and has some really memorable killings in it especially when Johnny Depps character gets sucked into the bed and blood flies out.You can see the first one is better than the sequels,it has a much more style and the acting for isn't so bad.Robert Englund plays Freddy brilliantly and Wes Cravens masterpiece in my opinion.
A memorable film for Jack Nicholson and a brilliantly directed film by Stanley Kubrick.The shining had brilliant build up to scary moments and was visually amazing.It was really shocking when you see unusual scenes which don't really make much sense only towards the end for instance when you see all the blood rushing out of the lift which at the time scared the hell out of me.The most memorable scene for me was defiantly seeing the boy Danny riding through the hotel to see the two girls and then the flash of image to them chopped up with an axe.Jack Nicholson was brilliant slowly going evil and I found he was a
I didn't manage to find any pics for this film so your have to use your imagination.Directed by the same bloke that made The Exorcist William Friedkin and he made another gruesome film.A lady is hired as a nanny and she has evil plans for every baby she sits.After looking after them for a period of time she is able to kidnap it and take to an evil tree that eats the babies and traps them inside it.When she tries to do the same with the new couple they manage to find her secret and end up being stalked by her through out the film.The most goriest moment is when hooligans try to touch up the evil nanny and she leads them to the evil tree and they become supper in a very gory way,see it your know what I mean.
I couldn't believe that Richard Donnor directed this considering he made really light films like The Gooonies and Superman.This is a really well made put together film with lots of gruesome deaths which made the films waiting for the next thing to happen.I thought the film had really eerie story with Damien being born from a dog which I though was really freaky.It is another film that beats all the sequels,I think its because its one of those films where you couldn't beat the ideas so they just totally milked it.The worst death for was the man getting his head chopped off which was quite brutal but worked brilliant for the film.It had a really shocking end when you think good triumphs over evil Gregory Pecks character dies just before he stabs the evil devil.
Body parts has the most eeriest opening music which sets up the movie really well showing what its going to be about.It has plenty of gory moments.Jeff fayey is brilliant in this loosing his arm and then it being replaced with a killers.He then has flash backs of the killers murders which is pretty horrific.This film is really eerie with a surgeon obsessed with transplanting body parts onto unfortunate victims.They all suffer side effects and the killer himself comes after all of them to reclaim back his lims ripping off arms and legs.Then Jeff Fayey is the last but he has other plans and has stop killer.
"where were going you wont need eyes"
Ok this in my opinion is the scariest film I've ever watched, this film freaks the hell out of me.Sam Neil stars in another horror pic seeing him investigate the disappearance of a spaceship which he created.They find the video recording of the last crew that have a real gory video with them eating each other going all crazy.By this point I'm hoping that they get the hell out of there and nuke the spaceship from a distance but know they investigate it more.As the film goes on they find that the ship has some how gone through a worm whole into another dimension and brought back an evil that will kill any one that enters the ship.Sam Neil goes completely crazy and ends up becoming evil and then the crew slowly become mince meat.At the end Larrwance Fishburn sacrifices himself to save the other crew so they can escape and the rest is history with one last scare at the end.
I hope you enjoyed reading through my list and if you haven't seen any of them you should defiantly check them out I'm shore you will find them scary as hell .