Change Your Image
Upload An Image
Crop And Save
I love Horror Movies & Musicals. There's nothing wrong with Serial Killers & Jazz Hands all in the same night.
My favorite color is Purple, it's actually an obsession.
A sample of my Favorite Movies ever is:
The Color Purple
TX Chainsaw Massacre
The Talented Mr. Ripley
Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil
Chicago (The Musical)
Silence of the Lambs
City of God
Devil's Rejects, High Tension, Misery, American Psycho, The Sixth Sense, Grease, Hairspray (original AND remake), West Side Story
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)
Without Question: THE GREATEST HORROR MOVIE EVER
There is no other movie in the horror genre that comes close to the original TX Chainsaw Massacre. This movie even 30 years later has all of the components of a great horror movie. This movie contains no ghosts, spirits, Devil or "monster" or unexplainable entity. What this movie has is a 100% crazy psycho covered with a grotesque leather face who is hacking young adults to bits with a chainsaw. Classic! Freddy Kruger can not touch Leather Face, because he talks so much he starts to sound like a burnt up stand up comedian with all of his corny one liners. Jason and Micahel Myers from Halloween don't talk, but they aren't scary to look at either, the kid next door with a hockey mask on? Leather Face is just plain old scary to look at, whether or not he is yielding his chainsaw. His weirdo family also adds to the scariness of this movie. It's like those people had no idea that they were crazy as all outdoors. If there is even one New School horror fan out there that saw the remake of this without seeing the original, do yourself a favor and see the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre and I dare you to even think about picking up a hitchhiker afterwords.
Wrong Turn (2003)
Surprised at what a good movie this turned out to be
OK, so I wouldn't nominate this as the scariest movie of all times, but I felt that this movie was scarier than most that have come out in the past few years. There were no ghosts, zombies or possessed dolls. The "Mountain Men" almost had a Leatherface quality to them that made me jump out of my seat a couple of times throughout the film. The woodsy setting was also good because so many movies lately have taken place in haunted houses and college campuses. What I liked best was the fact that there was room to question if the movie was based an actual events. If you like to actually be scared without worrying about a complicated plot, this movie will deliver.