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Back then..

Certified 18 is not the ******* same anymore

BACK WHEN HORROR FILMS
WERE ******* HORRIBLE..
Man is the warmest place to hide
THE THING“
ACTORS KILLED **** WITH
FLAMETHROWERS AND WEREN' T
l ******* FAGGOTS...
CGI WAS ******* UNNECESSARY
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AND IF IT HAD 18 NEXT TO THE
TITLE, YOU WAS GAURANTEED
TO SPRAY **** IN YOUR PANTS
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#16 - cyborgjunky (02/25/2013) [+] (8 replies)
Evil Dead 2013. No CGI, looks gory as all hell, and produced by the two gods Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell. If you've seen the original you already know what it's about, but look up the red band trailer... Looks amazing.
Evil Dead 2013. No CGI, looks gory as all hell, and produced by the two gods Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell. If you've seen the original you already know what it's about, but look up the red band trailer... Looks amazing.
#65 - neverborn (02/25/2013) [-]
I 						*******					 love The Thing.   
the alien scream sound effect is horrifying, the sense of loneliness and dread is brilliant, and the fact that everyone suspects each other is just how horror should be done.
I ******* love The Thing.
the alien scream sound effect is horrifying, the sense of loneliness and dread is brilliant, and the fact that everyone suspects each other is just how horror should be done.
#9 - vikingpizza (02/24/2013) [-]
Possibly one of the greatest horror scenes of all time right here
#55 - FUUUU (02/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I've watched The Thing a thousand times, but at the blood sample scene, I'm always still like
I've watched The Thing a thousand times, but at the blood sample scene, I'm always still like
#111 - vizz ONLINE (02/25/2013) [-]
there were plenty of bad movies too, its just they were bad and no one remembers them.
User avatar #70 - subaqueousreach (02/25/2013) [-]
I've watched The Thing about a hundred times. I showed it to my girlfriend the other day because she said she had never watched it.

She thinks the head crab is cute and wants one as a pet... should I be worried or excited?
#47 - kubrick (02/25/2013) [-]
The only movie to ever really scare me when I first saw it. 						*******					 classic.
The only movie to ever really scare me when I first saw it. ******* classic.
#42 - thisotherdude (02/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Are you implying that The Thing was a terrible movie?
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#94 - gustamelusta (02/25/2013) [+] (2 replies)
You know why Horror films got so bad? It got political, film writers had to convey a particular message that if you partake in under-age drinking and promiscuous sex that a boogy man will come and get you. Look at the recurring theme in most horror films, group of teenagers with no parental supervision, usually some sort of house party, lots of uninhibited behaviour, next thing you know, something starts killing them all, usually some guy in a disguise with a really flimsy reason for doing it. Halloween, Friday The 13th, Scream, I know what you did last Summer, even Evil Dead I and II (But they were supposed to be satirical so we let it slide)
#91 - harbingerwolf (02/25/2013) [+] (3 replies)
They dont make them as good as they did in the 80's.   
   
R.I.P. Stan Winston for providing infinitely better effects than CGI.   
No matter how good CGI gets it can never be more realistic than physically existing animatronic work.    
   
Films dont ever go for the 18 rating anymore so they can grab an extra chunk of viewers, and they always opt for cgi because its usually cheaper and less effort and people than practical effects.
They dont make them as good as they did in the 80's.

R.I.P. Stan Winston for providing infinitely better effects than CGI.
No matter how good CGI gets it can never be more realistic than physically existing animatronic work.

Films dont ever go for the 18 rating anymore so they can grab an extra chunk of viewers, and they always opt for cgi because its usually cheaper and less effort and people than practical effects.
User avatar #83 - fantomen (02/25/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Fun Fact. This is one of the very few films where they use real military grade flamethrowers (even then they only run them at half pressure). In most Hollywood films they use propane powered flamethrowers, and those only have a range of about 5 yards. That's why most people think flamethrowers have a short range. However, real military flamethrowers can easily reach out to 30 yards if you load them with the correct fuel at the correct pressure.

The coolest part. Outside of Commiefornia, flamethrowers like that are completely unrestricted. They don't even count as firearms in most of Europe.
#54 - tkfourtwoone (02/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Easy one of the scariest movies I've ever seen. This scene in particular still makes me feel uneasy due to the moves looking so goddamn unnatural (although the scene was performed by a gymnast, almost at full speed)   
   
Gotta love old 70s American movies, where the soundtrack was almost subliminal or only present during certain scenes, and when movies (even horror ones) were dialogue packed (unlike these days, crappy films with retarded teenagers and *BOO from around the corner* scenes).   
   
"Alien" and "The Shining" are also fine examples of silent-type of horror movies.
Easy one of the scariest movies I've ever seen. This scene in particular still makes me feel uneasy due to the moves looking so goddamn unnatural (although the scene was performed by a gymnast, almost at full speed)

Gotta love old 70s American movies, where the soundtrack was almost subliminal or only present during certain scenes, and when movies (even horror ones) were dialogue packed (unlike these days, crappy films with retarded teenagers and *BOO from around the corner* scenes).

"Alien" and "The Shining" are also fine examples of silent-type of horror movies.
#120 - wanicochil (02/25/2013) [+] (3 replies)
And below you will see lots of people living off Nostalgia, because everyone loves Nostalgia

But seriously, The Thing had terrible effects

"But it was all real and not CGI"

it is still terrible effects, I never watched it younger and only watched it recently, the monsters were so silly

Let's look realistically here, if you currently watched the movies, having no nostalgia of it, you would think it is a horrible movie, with laughable effects

Movies have not gotten more **** , you've just gotten more older and not able to be scared by gruesome effects, and know that the creatures are indeed not real
#130 to #120 - brinden (02/25/2013) [-]
There are people that suffer from the "nostalgic effect" but with the internet age there will be equal number of people who suffer from the "overrated effect".

I watched the Thing first time when I was about 15/16, that was only 2005 or something and I still enjoyed it.

Its not about saying the effects suck, but they have some life to them they seem like part of the mise en scene. Star Wars prequel is an example where they took CGI too far and it doesn't look real anymore.

It's not about saying they look crap, but appreciating the work that went into it at the time and how good they were for its time. Think about 2001: A space Odyssey, although arguably the effects in that still look good.
User avatar #117 - spectralbanshee (02/25/2013) [-]
Man I loved "The thing". The newer one wasn't as good as the old one, but IMO still alright.
#6 - anonymous (02/24/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Hahaha. The Thing? A horror film? That film was funny as hell.
User avatar #40 to #6 - Smithyrox (02/25/2013) [-]
Whoa. You weren't scared by The Thing. I wish I were as cool as you.
#76 - juciefruit ONLINE (02/25/2013) [+] (3 replies)
The very first horror movie I ever saw was American Werewolf in London. Back then American Werewolf in London scared the hell outta me. The most terrifying part about it was the god awful howl. Every time a dog howled at night from that point on I was horrified. Such a good movie though, to anyone who has not seen it and loves monster/horror/ just really good sort of realistic movies in general its a must see. The Werewolf transformation in the movie is the most realistic transformation from a human to a Werewolf I've sen in any movie.
User avatar #80 to #78 - fantomen (02/25/2013) [-]
The original Hell Raiser is good.
User avatar #67 - aerius (02/25/2013) [-]
If you liked dead space before it became a ****** action game recently, you owe it to yourself to watch this.
User avatar #23 - bloodyshart (02/25/2013) [-]
When horror films were horrible? More like awesome as ****
#22 - weirdvintagegirl (02/25/2013) [+] (2 replies)
My favorite horror film is Carrie. It may not be very frightening in the "horror" sense (i.e. gore), but it really makes you think and it definitely messes with your mind. To me, it's also more of a sad movie than a scary one. If you haven't seen Carrie (the 1976 original, mind you) I highly recommend you do!
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