1972Torino; Thanks for that info. Strange thing is when I got home I saw a thing on tv about some guy who built robbie the robot. how's that for a coincidence.
John Wayne in any army movies, Marines all the way.
"Nothing else can poison our culture, corrupt our society or ruin the character of our people like unearned money or unearned opportunity." -- James R. Cook
"Fooling around with alternating current is just a waste of time. Nobody will use it, ever." Thomas Edison, 1889.
Lets see now
Phantasm..a B movie but really cool.
The Fog.. John Carpenter flick.
Evil Dead..another good B movie.
The Omega Man..oldie but a goodie.
Poltergeist..everyones seen it, but its good.
Scanners.. Awesome sci fi film.
Wolfen..A good werewolf movie.
Salems Lot..Stephen King movie.
Psycho.. Another classic by Hitchcock.
Legend of Hell House..had Roddy McDowell in it.
From Beyond..based on H.P. Lovecraft story.
Burnt offerings..an older goodie.
I could go on, but thats enough for now.
" Kill a Commie for Mommy! "
- Colonel David Hackworth (1930-2005), Korean War Vet
Creature from the Black Lagoon-My parents told me I wouldnt get out of bed after watching it unless someone came and looked under it to assure me there were no monsters there.I dont remember none of that though,must've been pretty young
I remember a couple of decent "b" movies from my younger years.
Race with the Devil
Let's Scare Jessica to Death
I don't remember alot but they sure freaked me out.Christine was pretty good too.
Man, everyone's telling their age on this one! Well, I'll give it a shot. The old black and whites for sure. One stands out: "The Body Snatchers." Old Boris Karloff movie. Kept all the lights on from the time I saw that one 'til I was about 18!
Body Snatchers was great as was the remake.
I want to see M. Knight's newer one that just came out for rent.
I think it's called Village.
Halloween...Texas Chainsaw...Pet Semetary...Children of the Corn...Friday 13th...Rawhead Rex...Hellraiser...The Howling...V Miniseries
Hard to name just one. Many have already been said.
They definitely don't make them like they did in the 80's...in my opinion.
Get back to work.™
THE 80'S????!!! Man I'm talking about NO special effects, No blood and guts (b & w remember?) I'm just talking about scaring the beejeebies out of you!
Yeah, Geroge Romero's original, Night Of The Living Dead, filmed right here in good ole Pittsburgh, as was Silence Of The Lambs and many others.
My son and I watched the remake of dawn of the Dead last night and it was pretty good.
Salems Lot scared me pretty good as a kid, I forgot that one.
The retard at BlockBuster actually gave me a good website for movies. http://www.imdb.com It's very good.
watched the grudge a while back in the theater and then had a call in the morgue at the local hospital and there was a body on a table behind me while i was working...caught myself looking over my shoulder alot more than once lol