HitFix's Top 100 Horror Movies Of All-Time (10/21/15)

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Unread post by Lord Placebo » 4 years ago

I looked at all 225 of them :P Interesting List……. Agreeing with some not agreeing with others. Mulholland Drive for me doesn’t really fit Horror Genre really,as much as I love it, and one of only a few movies I couldn’t give a clear view on what it was all about :D Not having my fave Argento Deep Red? when there is Suspiria, Phenomena, Tenebre & Opera in there.But overall a good list :) but if I picked it apart I could be here for hours :)

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Agreed.
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Unread post by Malveros » 4 years ago

Can’t stand B/W movies but will have to checkout “Night Of The Demon”. Reviews look good.

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Don’t care for B/W films too much myself - but really dislike colorized ones … :x
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Unread post by Malveros » 4 years ago

Good point. I was gonna ask when did “Color” actually start in movies ?

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Unread post by jemiNii » 4 years ago

Color films have been around since 1902 - it didn’t become the norm till the mid to late 60’s
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