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7500
Starring: Ryan Kwanten, Amy Smart, Leslie Bibb, Jamie Chung
Director: Takashi Shimizu
Released: TBC


Passengers, including a newly engaged flight attendant (Chung), a girlfriend with a secret, a controlling newlywed, and a woman with a unique perspective on death (Scout Taylor-Compton), encounter a supernatural force on board the claustrophobic Pacific Flight 7500. Soon they must choose whether to band together or look out for themselves. From the director of the American version of ‘The Grudge’, one of the few movies to give me a genuine sweat of fear, hopefully he can deliver a similar experience here.

The Green Inferno
Starring: Kirby Bliss Blanton, Daryl Sabara, Magda Apanowicz
Director: Eli Roth
Released: TBC


Student activists from New York City travel to the remote jungles of Peru in order to stage a protest but instead encounter a tribe of cannibals. This is the first movie Eli Roth has directed since ‘Hostel: Part II’ five years ago. It’s clearly inspired by the macabre masterpiece ‘Cannibal Holocaust’ in which a small group of reporters go to the Amazon in search of the last remaining cannibal tribe. Roth’s shoot is guerrilla, filming in a remote tribal village in the Peruvian jungle using actual tribesmen as extras, with a tiny crew and basic living conditions. Given the subject matter and director this could be a very grim movie. Anyway it’s good to see Roth back behind the camera and this should be applauded for being daring …even if it’s really another remake.

Horns
Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Juno Temple, Max Minghella, James Remar
Director: Alexandre Aja
Released: TBC


Radcliffe (with American accent) portrays a man who wakes up after a drunken night to find two horns growing from his forehead and the demonic power to compel people to confess their sins and give in to their impulses. He’s also the prime suspect for the r*pe and murder of his girlfriend (Temple), so sets out to discover who was responsible. This is based on the well-reviewed book by Joe Hill (son of Stephen King), and helmed by the director of ‘High Tension’ and ‘The Hills Have Eyes’ remake. The strong cast, concept and director make this my one of my most anticipated.



SUMMARY (combining critics’ and public’s opinions)
Top Ranked1st The Conjuring, 2nd World War Z, 3rd Warm Bodies, 4th You’re Next, 5th Byzantium, 6th The Evil Dead, 7th Insidious: Chapter 2, 8th The Frozen Ground, 9th John Dies At The End, 10th Dark Skies, 11th Mama, 12th V/H/S/2, 13th Carrie, 14th We Are What We Are, 15th Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters
MediocreAll The Boys Love Mandy Lane, The Last Days On Mars, Lords Of Salem, The Haunting In Connecticut 2: Ghosts Of Georgia
AvoidTexas Chainsaw 3D, The ABC’s Of Death, Black Rock, The Last Exorcism Part II



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  • markas said

    Martyrs is a must see for horror fans. Deep Red, Suspiria, Inferno are all Argento masterpieces and the music of Simonetti unequalled in horror aside from Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells. Perhaps one day another geat horror film will be made.

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  • Loriz said

    yeah. the purge!! one of the best movies of all time yo! ^^

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  • amir said

    hi. i think the best are texas chainsaw, conjuring, u’re next and evil dead. thanks.

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  • Fan said

    The Conjuring was scary at many moments.

    MAMA is far from scary, but the story’s a sad one.

    WTF why is Hansel and Gretel added in a Horror movie list? Because it’s as scary as watching Scooby Doo. Though it’s an awesome watch. Entertaining.

    Last Exorcism 1 was sh*t. 2 is even sh*ttier.

    PA1 was good. 2 was alright. 3 was bad. 4 was sh*t. 5 will prolly be sh*ttier.

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  • bert said

    Lords Of Salem was so boring, I watched it for an hour and turned it of 🙁

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  • muzammil said

    Insidious chapter 2.. i am waiting.. loved the first part.. was scared n couldnt sleep guyz do watch insidious first part those who dint watched..

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  • bert said

    I liked “A Resurrection” a lot, it got bad reviews but deserves better. A good story, nice and quiet pace, some shock moments and the acting was overal very good!

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  • ace_antipolo said

    I THINK THE “EVIL DEAD” REMAKE ISNT THE ‘SHOCK-A-LOT’ HORROR FLICK THAT WE’RE EXPECTING. I HAVENT WATCHED THE ORIGINAL TRILOGY BUT I HEARD THEY WERE GORE FESTS. I’M GOING TO SEE ALL OF THEM AND FIND OUT. 🙂

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  • sama said

    the conjouring-the evil dead and mama was the most terrifying movies i have ever watched awesome movies

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  • me said

    Hanzel and gretel, warm bodies are not horror films!

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    • Sheridan Passell said
      Sheridan Passell

      Each crosses three genres, action-fantasy-horror and rom-com-horror. One is about witches, the other about zombies. It’s like saying American Werewolf isn’t a horror because it’s a horror-comedy. I try to be clear in the description what type of movie it is.

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  • chronikushsmoker said

    Nice list. My top 3 that I have see would be #1 Evil Dead, #2 Texas Chainsaw 3D and All The Boys Love Mandy Lane. Can’t wait for The Green Inferno & Horns. Cheers!!!

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  • AshGCG said

    Can’t really say that any of the horror releases this year jumped out at me. And I honestly do try to watch as many as possible.

    I enjoyed the comedy/horror mash-up in Warm Bodies, but that is coming from someone whose favourite film in a previous listing ended up being Tucker and Dale V Evil.

    I had hoped for more (not better, just more) from World War Z, but even with its wide-ranging source material to work from it wasn’t all it could have been. Not necessarily a bad film in and of itself but not Brooks’ World War Z.

    The year isn’t over yet so . . . here’s hoping.

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    • Sheridan Passell said
      Sheridan Passell

      Yeah it’s not been a great year for the genre. What did you think of You’re Next, The Conjuring and Evil Dead?

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  • AshGCG said

    ooh. And is The Frozen Ground still being considered a horror?

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  • AshGCG said

    Wasn’t too sure there was a point to the remake of Evil Dead, but as you say, its visuals are cleaner and crisper. Wouldn’t say it was better than Raimi’s (because I’d likely be shot) but it certainly felt different. Wouldn’t ask for the receipt if the BluRay turned up in my Christmas stocking.

    You’re Next was an unsurprising film. A few shock moments scattered about but plot twists were widely broadcast. Saying that, I’d still watch it again without complaint.

    I honestly cannot recall anything about The Conjuring. It never left a mark. I would need to see it again (now you’ve made me think about) just to make sure I had seen it in the first place. oops!

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    • Sheridan Passell said
      Sheridan Passell

      Ha, well let me know what you think when you do see it (for the second time?)

      I wish someone bought me horror blu-rays for Christmas.

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      • Bert said

        Nobody buys you horror blu-rays? Me neither 🙁 In fact, my friends and family don’t like horror at all. I used to give them DVD’s but I get no feedback whatsoever 🙁 So I stopped, and give them flowers instead 😀 So the horror fascination leaves me lonely, but I don’t mind really, because I always watch movies alone. I dont want to hear “this is just make believe”, no, when I watch, my feelings are real and I totally live in the movies’ atmosphere. In real life I’m chicken sh*t scared, but behind the screen I am the hero!

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        • Sheridan Passell said
          Sheridan Passell

          Flowers instead of horror dvds – nice switch! lol

          Yeah I’ve given up finding people to watch horror movies with, very rare that a girlfriend would want to. Anyway it’s not like I even notice if anyone else is there when I’m watching this stuff – too involved.

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  • Bert said

    I’m looking forward to see the second half of 2013 horror movies 🙂 So far this year’s movies were bad 🙁 and I so had it with zombies and haunted houses!

    7500 looks promising, I love claustrophobic airplane movies!
    I also like scifi, so The Last Days On Mars is on my list too. Together with The Green Inferno and The Horns it seems like some diversity finally arrived 🙂

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    • Sheridan Passell said
      Sheridan Passell

      Agreed, there is some interesting diversity coming up. Hopefully quality stuff. At this stage I think a lot of them will end up being pushed to early next year, which is a shame, but not long to wait.

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