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Any horror/gothic fans out there?

JamesJames Posts: 1,706 Community Manager
Came across this look at this review of Guillermo del Toro’s latest film, Crimson Peak.

It looks pretty special and sports some pretty incredible visual scenery! Take a look:

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Has anyone seen it yet? What's it like?

Comments

  • apandavapandav :) Posts: 2,072
    I saw Crimson Peak in the cinema a few weeks ago- it was good considering it's not my type of film ( we decided in the cinema).

    I liked parts of it but at times I was bored and I lost track of the story a bit. But in saying that I enjoyed the ending. It was very "Gorey" at points.

    I do like horror films though. "The House at the End of the Street" was the first horror film which I watched at the cinema. I loved it, but I made a bit of a fool of myself - I'm embarrassed to admit I "screamed" and jumped in my seat (literally)....... I was the only one
  • SkiveSkive No discipline. No morality. No respect. New ForestPosts: 15,156 Skive's The Limit
    I like sci fi horror - films such as Alien or The Thing.
    Slasher type movies I tend to avoid.
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  • JamesJames Posts: 1,706 Community Manager
    Thanks for that apandav - glad to hear you at least enjoyed bits of it.

    Horror's an interesting genre. It seems like a bit of a marmite thing (either you love or hate it).

    Having said that, I'm not a horror fan but Skive, I'm with you on the Alien/The Thing.. thing - great films both!

    Why do you think a lot of us like watching scary things?
  • apandavapandav :) Posts: 2,072
    James wrote: »
    Why do you think a lot of us like watching scary things?

    Intresting question James. Well maybe some people like the "thrill" factor, just as the same reasons to wanting to go on a rollercoaster. I also find, with the right storyline it can be addictive- you want to know what comes next, so much so you put yourself through that "fear". In horror films, scary things happen- maybe people want to get a feel for it, without directly being involved in it in their own lives (that would just be too much haha).
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