Yea I enjoy the psychological torture over the physical.
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(*) That 1-minute bit of dialog in which Elizabeth Selwyn makes a deal with Lucifer is most of what was removed from "Horror Hotel".
Trailer from the Cohen Film Collection which restores/remasters old classic movies.https://youtu.be/uVsx56Rvv44
Beyond the Black Rainbow. Again I wouldn't recommend it to anybody. I'm not even sure I liked it. I was bored watching it the first time. But it gave me fucked up dreams better than most, and that's what I like.https://youtu.be/f3djVsLBBZ4
I tend to prefer the slower and more "disturbing" horrors, unless it's over-the-top and funny like Re-Animator... like something that redefines your personal concept of what hell is like. I like those over the jump-scare types. Something that will linger with you and stay with you forever.
This movie scared the crap out of me when I was little.
Yes, I don't like horror/psychological thrillers much at all, but I like science fiction (well, some of it), and 'Cube' was really good because it was so unusual and convincingly acted.
Yeah, there was an ambience about it I thought was pretty cool. And the film makers made awesome use of sets and practical effects. The cgi was used sparingly and looked pretty good for the time this movie was made.
I remember seeing Alien in a movie theater when it came out in 1979.Just the opening title sequence alone was enough to scare the shit out of you.https://www.artofthetitle.com/title/alien/#https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jJRvZ72fLs20th Century Fox made sure NEVER to show the alien creature in the promotional material...
The title sequence in 1986's Aliens was just as effective - perhaps more so. I saw that film 3 times in 2 weeks and I had never done anything like that before or since.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SNuPBWC81I