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BIGFOOT, Aliens, and The Supernatural.

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by Guerrilla, Nov 13, 2013.

  1. Oct 15, 2018 at 6:30 PM
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    I know there's gotta be a thread for this somewhere BUT

    My wife has wants to watch "scary/horror" movies, so I want to see if you guys have a list of favorites for us/me to watch. So far we watched The Shining last night. Others on my list include

    Halloween
    The Thing ( Kurt Russell)
    Maximum Overdrive
    Pumpkin Head (maybe)
    Cabin in the Woods
    Tucker and Dale Vs Evil


    Not sure what else. I'd like to get y'alls opinion. I dont think she would watch something like Hostel or Saw. I don't think she does that type of genre. Let me know!
     
  2. Oct 15, 2018 at 6:36 PM
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    tucker and dale was awesome. if she liked that, then definitely go shaun of the dead. if she's somewhat not into the gore, i'd avoid house of 1000 corpses and devil's rejects.
     
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    I was about to say look into the Rob Zombie genre. The first ‘Amityville Horror’ (loosely based on true story) and the first ‘Children of the Corn’. Hills Have Eyes and Wrong Turn, or whatever it was called. Wasn’t there one like Cabin in the Woods named ‘Cabin Fever’ or something?






    On topic. Did anyone watch the Mega Monsters show about the Yeti? I missed it but it’s set to DVR next showing.
     
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    Cujo was a great scary movie. But then I was 10 when I saw it. My aunt got it thinking it was just a movie about a dog. Lol
     
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    Not a horror movie buff but...
    Exorcist
    Misery
     
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    I liked devils rejects, made me feel sorry for them at the end. I wonder if she'd be into it.

    I don't think I've seen children of the corn, imma have to look at that. I think the cabin fever had Chris Hemsworth in it right? Can't remember.

    Yes! Cujo! That was great! Also thinking of it now, I liked watching the Blob too.

    Awesome! I remember misery. I wonder if she'd be down for some real life occurrence LOL. She said she doesn't do movies that can happen in real life but we'll see.
     
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    well...the third in the hose/devil's is coming out next year, IIRC. "3 From Hell"
     
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    I still cringe...
     
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    No, that's Cabin in the woods. There are two cabin fevers but the first one is better. The second one was done shot for shot but half as good. I think the Jew Bear directed it. Forget his name.
     
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    Based on a real family. She'll never drive back roads again.
     
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    Is the first wrong turn the one in Australia?
     
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    The entity based on a true story. Only a couple graphic scenes. But a real scary movie
     
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    Yes, Bigfoot is real.
    I mean he was real until I ate him. With garlic.
     
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    In the early 2000's I visited a friend who at the time was an English teacher in Saipan. We went fishing one night below some cliffs some very rugged terrain (we had to walk in before dark and had to wait till daylight to walk out) While fishing through the night we heard what sounded like kids crying and people screaming no way anyone else was near us or in these parts with no lights. Also we seen what appeared to be a flashlight on rocks moving at a very high rate of speed mind you no human could be on these rocks unless maybe rock climbing but who is doing that in the pitch dark? After relaying the story to a few locals he knew we later found out we were fishing below suicide cliff aka laderan banadero. In this exact location thousands of Japanese civilians and soldiers committed suicide by jumping to their deaths in 1944 in order to avoid capture by the United States.
     
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    Interesting. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Ohhhh, creepy ghost story. The Japanese populus were led to believe that the Americans would eat them if captured. So, naturally, jumping to their death seemed the better choice. Still a creepy encounter.


    How was the fishing?
     
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    Can’t remember if I’ve told this one here or not.


    When my wife and I first got married we were renting a 1 bedroom house from one of the in law’s family friends. When I would be there by myself I often heard what I could faintly make out as the local college sports announcer calling games. Sometimes baseball, sometimes football. But I could never figure out the source. I was usually ‘half lit’ anyway and wrote it off as nothing. We also had a house cat that would flip out occasionally for no reason, too. Wrote it off as just a city cat hearing country noises. Well.......

    I slipped and told my wife about the games and she freaked out because she heard them sometimes, too. So we started asking questions to my in-laws and lo and behold an old man died many years earlier in the small room off of the carport. While on hospice he would listen to the games on the radio. We would shut the cat in that room sometimes when we left and she’d be a basket case for hours when we got back and we never knew why.


    I got goosebumps while typing just remembering all that.
     
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    Anyone checked out the "Missing 411" stuff? Just watched the documentary on Amazon the other night. It was just okay,(IMO) never really got into much detail...but listening to a few videos on youtube from author/producer David Paulides. after my buddy was telling me about all the missing people in the national parks and forests... pretty interesting..... little kids, hunters, experienced outdoorsmen., etc...It was a great bed time story around the campfire...:bananadead: In some pretty remote forest in northern Nevada...

    The guy doesn't say it's bigfoot or aliens or nessy. But just the fact these people, kids go missing with out a trace and then show up days, weeks, years later in areas that were searched dozens of times.. and apparently the NPS and gov't agencies have nothing to say about these missing folks and it's not just a few there's hundreds of them with disturbing similarities in clusters across the US and Canada.

    I'm never leaving the house again.... :tinfoilhat:
     

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