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Best horror films in the last six years?
« on: May 10, 2017, 11:07:26 AM »
Random time-frame aside, I know that many of us aren't watching as much horror as we used to. I know that we may watch the same old horror movies again and again, and rarely take a chance with new stuff (not without reason).

I just wanted to list some horror films I enjoyed from 2013 to present day, if for no other reason to bring attention to them. I may briefly discuss each of these with a mini-review later on, but for now, I just wanted to list the movies.

1. Curse of Chucky (2013)
2. Hatchet III (2013)
3. Evidence (2013)
4. Wolf Creek 2 (2013)
5. Wer (2013)
6. The Den (2013)
7. Stage Fright (2014)
8. Mischief Night (2013)
9. Don't Go to the Reunion (2013)
10. As Above, So Below (2014)
11. The Boy (2016) - Saw this in theaters, and despite the dull middle-portion of the film, sort of liked it.
12. The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)
13. Jockstrap Slaughterhouse (2016)
14. The Visit (2015)
15. The Unspoken (2015)
16. The Lesson (2015)
17. Hush (2016)
18. Almost Mercy (2015)
19. House of Purgatory (2016)
20. The Amityville Legacy (2016)
21. Miles Before Sleep (2016)

And here are some films that I was quite disappointed with (keep in mind these aren't necessarily bad, I just hoped I'd like them more than I did):

1. Are We the Waiting (2017)
2. Seclusion (2015)
3. Pet (2016)
4. Fender Bender (2016)
5. Cabin Fever (2016)
6. Some Kind of Hate (2015)
7. The Blackburn Asylum (2015) - Possibly one of the most generic movies I've seen in some time.
8. Don't Breathe (2016)
9. Fear, Inc. (2016)
10. Green Room (2015)
11. House of Whores (2015)
12. Friend Request (2016)
13. The Harvesting (2015)
14. The Hornet's Sting and the Hell It's Caused (2014)
15. Bound to Vengeance (2015)
16. Contracted (2013)
17. The Conjuring (2013)
18. Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013)

Lastly, here's a few films that were legit atrocious:

1. Exeter (2015)
2. The Hexecutioners (2015)
3. Isle of the Dead (2016)

Anyhow, if anyone's seen any of these, or has any comments/questions/anger, please let me know.  [*browwink*]

Re: Best horror films in the last six years?
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2017, 08:25:41 AM »
I definetly have to bring this back but doubt I'll remember for the past 6 years but here goes -

On a side note I enjoyed Green Room and Don't Breathe

Movies I enjoyed -

The Autopsy of Jane Doe
Get Out
It Stains the Sand Red
10 Cloverfield Lane
The Tramsfiguration
Wolf Creek 2
Summer Camp
The Girl with all the Gifts
The Final Girls
The Witch
Tales of Halloween
A Christmas Horror Story
Turbo Kid
What we do in the Shadows
Starry Eyes
The Taking of Deborah Logan
Late Phases
Cheap Thrills
The Purge
The Innkeepers
The Seasoning House
You're Next


Blair Witch
The Monster
The Forrest
Sinister 2
The Devils Candy (don't get why everyone loved this at all)
The Babadook (sorry guys, I know most people love it)

Re: Best horror films in the last six years?
« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2017, 05:27:47 AM »
Having watched The Devil's Candy (2015) for the first time last month, I concur with Rough Cut - it's a damn fantastic movie.

On of the few horror flicks that actually got my heart racing.

Re: Best horror films in the last six years?
« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2017, 02:28:29 PM »
Lordy... this just shows me how much I've been slacking when it comes to watching horror movies. I really ought to get back in the groove of things again.

Re: Best horror films in the last six years?
« Reply #4 on: November 22, 2017, 01:47:10 PM »
I totally get where you're coming from.

About a year or so ago, it hit me that I'd not seen that many horror flicks from 2015 to present day, so I just made a list of 130 or so, and randomly watched about 28 of those.

Also, this last October I watched 132 total movies in the month, and many of them where from 2015 to present.

I now feel rather caught up, though I know I've missed some ones that people really like (such as Train to Busan and The Wailing, both South Korean, if I recall).


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