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The state of modern horror films


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It's a brilliant deconstruction of the slasher genre (including the supernatural elements and how they are able to work in the "real" world) and has a fantastic juxtaposition for the final act.


I'd also recommend, if you haven't seen them, The Collector, The Collection (sequel to the former), Laid to Rest and ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2.

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what's a good horror movie with a villain that doesn't have "a ridiculous advantage"?

I'm not sure you'd classify it as horror, but I think it would market itself as one, but The House At At The End Of The Street falls into that category.


That's if you classify it as horror though. It probably isn't. Not a full on horror anyway.


TCM and Psycho of course. What about The Hills Have Eyes, too?



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I think the paranormal activity films have been the best of the genre over the last few years.


One which really disappointed me was the Conjuring which was in the end just silly

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