ZombieKitten wrote:Personally, I love Ti West and his movies (including the Innkeepers). I love gore but some of the best horror movies in my opinion have little to no gore and have more of a storytelling theme to them. For example, John Carpenter's The Fog and Guillermo del Toro's The Devil's Backbone. Little to no gore but they are creepy horror movies that will always hold a special place in my heart.
TroubledSoul wrote:Captain Howdy wrote:I'm sorry but how anyone can call themselves a horror fan and put SCREAM in their top ten list of scariest has no concept of horror. This bubble gum teeny horror movie should never be in a list with Halloween or TCM.. Ok if this was a personal "MY favorite" list that's one thing but to do a list under the Horrorbid name and call it the best is just sad.
This place loves Ti West films and put it as the #2 scariest films but you people don't think scream is scary? Get a clue, scream is one of the few movies that is scary these days. You don't know horror at all Captain Howdy.
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