MOVIES I HAVE SEEN

A lot of people request movies I've already seen. Or simply just don't get the point of the site. So here's an obviously incomplete list of movies that I watched prior to HMAD, comprised mainly of movies that readers keep asking about. Since I am no longer doing "October Extras", and barely ever have time to watch two movies in one day (one new one for HMAD, and then another one I've seen), the following movies probably won't ever be reviewed unless they are re-released to theaters or are part of a franchise that I am re-watching for whatever reason (such as what I did with the Halloween, Friday the 13th, and Nightmare on Elm Street series).

Dead Alive (aka Brain Dead)
Evil Dead 2
Army of Darkness
Shaun of the Dead
Romero zombie films
Hannibal Lecter movies
Texas Chainsaw sequels/remakes
Wicker Man
Child's Play and sequels
Phantoms
May
Hostel
Final Destination 1-3
Dreamcatcher and just about any other Stephen King adaptation
Hills Have Eyes
Killer Klowns From Outer Space
Session 9
People Under The Stairs
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26 comments:

  1. You should review People Under the Stairs.

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  2. What about the "Friday the 13th," movies? They are not on your list.
    -Mike

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  3. I mention F13 in the opening text... they've all been 'non canon' reviewed on the site.

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  4. damn, you've seen it...i'd love to see your review for Killer Klowns from Outer Space

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  5. Does "Romero zombie films" include remakes? Cause the NOTLD one is definitely worth watching/reviewing.

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  6. Hai....

    do u know the Name of the movie, which announced a reward to watch it alone in theatre release in 80s 90

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  7. Try Jeepers Creepers....best original horror idea in some time. Basic, but it works.

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  8. Just curious, have you reviewed Laid To Rest?

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  9. http://horror-movie-a-day.blogspot.com/2009/03/laid-to-rest.html

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  10. review Don't Look Now

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  11. I just watched The Legend of Hell House last night. That was a top tier Haunted House movie. It's got a wonderfully creepy 70s vibe. The unravelling of the mystery at the end was rushed and seemed to come from nowhere. Even so, I put it up there with The Changeling for genuine spooks, and it's a lot shorter.

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  12. Savage Harvest (1981)

    A nature strikes back/seige horror film featuring a pride of lions attacking a family in Africa

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  13. I second the above love for Legend of Hell House -- great atmosphere, tension, score, and a fun Roddy McDowall performance.

    Can't BELIEVE a Hell House 3D hasn't been announced...

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  14. awwwwwwwww
    why not romero zombie movies? theyre my fav

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  15. I sure do wish that we could get some reviews for those Child's Play flicks ...I used to love them as a kid :( oh well...it wasn't meant to be

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  16. Okay, not a recommendation as such (the opposite actually, it's utter shite) but as you wanted to work through the 'video nasties' anyway, you may be interested to know that 'don't go in the woods' (aka 'don't go in the wods... Alone' or 'don't go into the woods') has its own theme song!

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  17. Killer clowns from outer space is the best worst movie I have ever seen.

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  18. Please review May, I never watched it and I usually trust your opinions on whether or not to bother with a film :-)

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    1. Dear Anon. May is totally worth watching, but I personally like weird movies like that one. Voodoo type shit is in that movie. PLUS it's got the beautiful Anna Faris in it. It's a very strange somewhat gory movie if I remember correctly but I'd say go for it if you haven't already watched it.

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  19. Watch Grave Encounters. Best fucking indie movie. Crazy and Scary.

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  20. Hey there!
    I've seen EVIL DEAD 2, ARMY OF DARKNESS, DEAD-ALIVE, all of Romero's "living dead" films, THE WICKER MAN (1973), THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (1974 original), THE HILLS HAVE EYES (1977), HOSTEL, and almost every Stephen King adapation flick I've ever seen on the list here.
    Could I suggest: DAUGHTERS OF DARKNESS, PIRANHA (1978), HIGH TENSION, AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON, SISTERS, FRONTIER(S), IT'S ALIVE, GOTHIC, ROSEMARY'S BABY, HELLRAISER, VIDEODROME, and SUSPIRIA?

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    1. You could, but almost all of those are in fact reviewed here.

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  21. Blood Song (1982)

    I just stumbled across this. It's a golden era slasher starring Donna Wilkes from Jaws 2 and Frankie Mutherfukkin' Avalon. His gleefully deranged performance is a blast. It's got one REALLY good kill and a pretty interesting location for the showdown. Frankly, I'm surprised I haven't heard much about it. It could've used more kills.

    The downside is the transfer (I got the one on the flipside of Mausoleum). It's cropped and murky as hell. I've seen worse, but this thing deserves better treatment.

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  22. Have you seen the extreme Asian horror movie GUROTESUKU (GROTESQUE)>

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