Originally Posted by MillionDollarProns
Halloween I, II, IV, and V are all classics.
Glad to see I'm not in the minority here.
As far as the Saw movies go, well just look at my username. I saw the original back in 04 when it came out on DVD and was instantly hooked. It had the least amount of gore and obviously managed to be the best in the series. Yeah, as the sequels rolled out, said amount of gore got to pretty much ridiculous levels. I mean, Jesus, the last one was the only one I felt disappointed with. The focus on gore instead of plot, the awful, awful and did I mention absolutely AWFUL
3D gimmick, lack of previous characters and especially the lack of Jigsaw except for like 3 scenes. But, I can still watch it just for the Cary Elwes return. God damn, I waited for that for 6 years and finally got it. Sure, it was cheesy, but fuck man. That scene almost makes up for the rest of the movie. Almost
Never been a fan of Hostel, though. Though, I can't hate on it, cause I've obviously never seen it.
Who cares if a movie is scary. Horror is much more than that....
How so? I always think of the horror genre as something that horrifies you, obviously. Sure, it might be a synonym for scary, or frightening, but it all comes full circle, IMO. And I'm not disagreeing btw, I'm just curious as to what you mean.