I never watched paranormal activity because I think that it would be way too scary for me, I mostly watch zombie stuff.
I hope my future guy is not scared of horror movies!
- I love them!
- I like them.
- I dislike them.
Most Helpful Guy
I think SuperNatural kind of got me back into horror genre. Same goes for the Evil Dead and Army of Darkness movies. It's best when they mix it with comedy and really really silly shit here and there as it keeps me from being bored. I'm not really a fan of the zombie genre though as it's been the most common theme that's like done to death. Exceptions maybe Shaun of The Dead and the 28 Days/Weeks Later movies, and the original Dawn Of The Dead. I think it was because that I had became really bored with the Zombies-type of apocalyptic theme movies that I had started looking into other post-apocalyptic movies in the first place.
Science fiction plots mixed are also my ideal kind of horror movie. I especially liked "The Thing" movies.
I think I'm starting to look into horror films that are more on the psychological level instead of just BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD EVERYWHERE, as those types of techniques used to shock and scare the audience had been overused. The only exception is unless they use dark humor and keep me interested by providing enough jokes and funny or silly shit throughout the movie.
But I know I've gotten totally bored of the Slasher genres as those also had been done to death also and are in the process of getting new reboots, and they've been more or less copycatting each other for a long time. Too cliché and lacks any originality to really keep me interested in them anymore. If you're new to the Slasher genre, then go ahead and watch them, but after you've seen enough of it, you might just end up really bored with it and realize it's more or less the same despite different movie. Just watch their originals, as sequels are generally not good, mediocre or even terrible.
Most Helpful Girl
I love horror films! They are my favourite movies. I enjoy the suspense, the thrill , the excitement, and the mystery that comes along with them. I grew up watching Nightmare On Elm St, and ever since then I've become a die hard horror movie fan. I really like the Texas Chainsaw Massacre series, I like Saw, Resident Evil, The Hills Have Eyes, etc.
I enjoy them very much.