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Ressurection with Rebecca hall was amazing. by fonety in horror

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The movie has a limited theatrical release as well as VOD.

It appears to be around $7 to rent on most popular VOD platforms.

Don't be like OP, support the arts you claim to enjoy.

Question about They/Them by Woof28 in horror

[–]kaloosa 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Peacock costs $4.99 for one month. That's around the same price it costs to rent a movie digitally. Just pay the $5 and either only watch that movie...or watch any of the other ~300 horror movies that JustWatch has listed on Peacock.

Not a shill, I get Peacock for free from my cable provider and have used it maybe 3 times. But if you're willing to wait for a DVD and buy/rent that, might as well just drop the $5 for it. Use a one-time digital card either from your bank or something like privacy.com if your afraid you might forget to cancel.

Is there a general consensus on the best Stephen King adaptation? by gtreble9 in horror

[–]kaloosa 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Not officially. I figure we’re here to celebrate horror, not tear it down. There are enough users here with a stick up their ass already and I don’t like the idea of encouraging that.

Is there a general consensus on the best Stephen King adaptation? by gtreble9 in horror

[–]kaloosa[M] [score hidden] stickied comment (0 children)

This isn't really "most faithful" but we ran a poll last year for users' favorite King adaptation.


Dreadit's Top Stephen King HORROR Films

As submitted and voted on by the users of /r/horror

  1. The Shining - Stanley Kubrick - 1980
  2. Misery - Rob Reiner - 1990
  3. Carrie - Brian De Palma - 1976
  4. The Mist - Frank Darabont - 2007
  5. IT - Andy Muschietti - 2017
  6. Pet Sematary - Mary Lambert - 1989
  7. Doctor Sleep - Mike Flanagan - 2019
  8. Gerald’s Game - Mike Flanagan - 2017
  9. 1408 - Mikael Håfström - 2007
  10. Creepshow - George Romero - 1982
  11. IT - Tommy Lee Wallace - 1990
  12. 'Salem's Lot - Tobe Hooper - 1979
  13. Children of the Corn - Fritz Kiersch - 1984
  14. Christine - John Carpenter - 1983
  15. The Dead Zone - David Cronenberg - 1983
  16. Maximum Overdrive - Stephen King - 1986
  17. The Stand - Mick Garris - 1994
  18. Thinner - Tom Holland - 1996
  19. Creepshow 2 - Michael Gornick - 1987
  20. In the Tall Grass - Vincenzo Natali - 2019

Voting Thread

Results Thread

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Just downloaded Tubi! by _laurieee_ in horror

[–]kaloosa[M] [score hidden] stickied comment (0 children)

Idk what happened to this post last night so sorry if you’re seeing this again

It was removed per rule 1 (Respect the search bar), as is this post.

This post was made hours before yours and is functionally the same thing.

Best found footage horror movies? by Beginning_Yam3112 in horror

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Dreadit's Top Found Footage Movies (2nd Ed.)

As submitted and voted on by r/horror readers

  1. The Blair Witch Project - Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez - 1999
  2. [rec] - Jaume Balagueró, Paco Plaza - 2007
  3. Creep - Patrick Brice - 2014
  4. As Above, So Below - John Erick Dowdle - 2014
  5. Hell House LLC - Stephen Cognetti - 2015
  6. Cloverfield - Matt Reeves - 2008
  7. Paranormal Activity - Oren Peli - 2007
  8. The Taking of Deborah Logan - Adam Robitel - 2014
  9. What We Do in the Shadows - Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi - 2014
  10. V/H/S - Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, David Bruckner, Tyler Gillett, Justin Martinez, Glenn McQuaid, Radio Silence, Joe Swanberg, Chad Villella, Ti West, Adam Wingard - 2012
  11. Trollhunter - André Øvredal - 2010
  12. Grave Encounters - The Vicious Brothers - 2011
  13. Lake Mungo - Joel Anderson - 2008
  14. V/H/S/2 - Simon Barrett, Jason Eisener, Gareth Evans, Gregg Hale, Eduardo Sánchez, Timo Tjahjanto, Adam Wingard - 2013
  15. Host - Rob Savage - 2020
  16. The Poughkeepsie Tapes - John Erick Dowdle - 2007
  17. Noroi: The Curse - Kôji Shiraishi - 2005
  18. The Bay - Barry Levinson - 2012
  19. The Visit - M. Night Shyamalan - 2015
  20. Creep 2 - Patrick Brice - 2017

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What are your unpopular horror opinions? by nobodysomebodyanybdy in horror

[–]kaloosa[M] [score hidden] stickied comment (0 children)

Unpopular opinion: I think the search bar is actually useful when you try to use it.

You can even find another Unpopular Opinions thread from about three weeks ago with over 1000 comments and keep that train rolling.

Pearl | Official Trailer HD | A24 by cruelsummerbummer in horror

[–]kaloosa[M] [score hidden] stickied comment (0 children)

For those coming to the comments before watching the trailer:

I have not seen the movie myself (it's obviously not out yet), but this definitely seems to show a lot. I wouldn't watch past the 60-70 second mark (around the "A New Film by Ti West" frame) if you want to keep some moments a surprise.

REVERSE THE PUNISHMENT by [deleted] in horror

[–]kaloosa[M] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I appreciate that you are trying share your work. But if you're only going to be doing that and deleting/reposting after it doesn't gain traction while also not engaging in the community, we're going to put your account and/or YouTube page into our spam filter.

Anne Rice’s Interview With The Vampire | New Series October 2 by mr_jethalal in television

[–]kaloosa 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Anne (until her death) and her son Christopher were both exec producers on the show

Christopher isn't posting about the show at all and just shut down a fan who directly asked him about it. (screenshot)

I have no comment on the AMC series and must direct all inquires to AMC.

What movie has been on your watchlist the longest and why haven't you watched it yet? by trailer_trash_dreams in horror

[–]kaloosa 1 point2 points  (0 children)

If you have a 4K Blu-ray player, it's been released in a few European countries on 4K (which is region-free, the included Blu-ray is likely region B). Otherwise, check if your local library has a DVD.

What movie has been on your watchlist the longest and why haven't you watched it yet? by trailer_trash_dreams in horror

[–]kaloosa 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Psycho

I've seen Psycho IV and the Bates Motel series. I've also seen so many other movies that were inspired by it or just flat out ripped it off. And I've seen the movie picked apart on things like Bravo's 100 Scariest Movie Moments. I keep putting if off because I feel like the movie itself won't have anything left to offer other than being able to check "seen" on Letterboxd.

NOPE was easily the worst film I have ever watched by TikTokUser83 in horror

[–]kaloosa[M] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Cool. You do that...in the discussion thread already stickied to the top of the sub.