Horror Mockumentary Films like Butterfly Kisses, Lake Mungo and Hell House LLC (Not straight up found footage; read the description)

For the record, I'M NOT TALKING ABOUT SIMPLE FOUND FOOTAGE. I've seen Paranormal Activity, As Above So Below, The Taking of Deborah Logan and those other movies that are "found footage" because somebody is just recording the entire movie on a camera. I'm talking about films that have a documentary style with interviews from the main cast members that center around or build up to some sort of horrible incident that the interviewees know about that we don't. They have some supernatural imagery but still leave stuff to the imagination. Anyways, thanks for reading this part if you actually did

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70s Psychological Horror film involving a house and a lake I forget the name of...

It's about a woman who goes to stay at a fancy house out in the woods by a lake to get away from the city, I think it was. Throughout, the film teases the house could be haunted and there's a particularly great scene involving the attic, which it eventually centered on iirc. But anyway as it turns out it's the woman herself and she kills the groundskeeper and she either buries or tosses him in the lake. For the life of me, I cannot remember what it was called. I think the title begins with an S? It's got a Blu-ray release and I wanna pick it up. It slipped my mind and I just thought of it today.

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'The House on the Lake' 5 min Horror short-film youtu.be/jQ3g3WGKOp8
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The real reason why the victims in most slasher films are always groups of young people is because they actually have the time to go to log cabins and lake houses.
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Fun fact: Shadow Lake, where the Lodge's lake house is located, is named after Shadow Lake Films, the Vancouver company that produces Riverdale

Being from the area where they film the show, the name jumped out at me immediately! I'm surprised no one else noticed.

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[2:21] [Short Film] Went to a friends Lake House, and made a video from it called "The Lake". This is my third video like this so any feedback is appreciated! youtube.com/watch?v=XLmoC…
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[TOMT] [Movie] Horror film featuring a house by a lake and a run through the past/time loop

I've been trying to figure this out for a couple of months, off and on, and I can't remember what it was from. It was a fairly recent US/English language horror film (post 2010 I think) and the protagonist was a young woman with dark hair. I think she was the daughter of a family who were staying in a house at the edge of a lake/swamp. Here are the parts I most remember:

  • Early in the film the protag sees someone across the lake at the edge of the water.
  • At one point the protagonist is chasing someone through the house, but every time she opens a door she ends up in a different part of the past, in the same house. In one part, she runs into a lady in the dining room who (I think) was a young version of her mother/grandma. I think the house setting in this scene was 50s/60s and I remember the room being kind of blue/green and maybe the lady being in a yellow dress? This scene may also kind of been a run through her own memories.
  • At/near the end of that chase scene she comes out in
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Icy Lake: A Night Slugs x Fade to Mind Short Film (2014) about the track "Icy Lake" an obscure house track by the artist Dat Oven, that eventually became the anthem for 90s tribal house and vogue culture youtu.be/xxi8kbgxxcI
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[TOMT][Short film] 00's or 90's? Old black couple wake in their house, slow dance to music, the surprise ending is that they kill themselves in a lake?

Not sure about all the details. It's probably 00's because I think i saw it in my college Literature class in 2010. The quality didn't look old but might be 90's too. I think they are black because the instructor taught a lot of black literature.

I remember they wake up, it's morning, looks like they're going about a normal day, husband and wife. One puts on a record I think and they slow dance or one of them dances. I think the man goes out driving or they both eventually go driving to a lake. I think they lived in a field type area. It had a somewhat somber tone because it wasn't a complete shock that they were planning to kill themselves and they drove into the lake.

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Article on the excellent Korean film which inspired "The Lake House" cinema52.com/2013/03/time…
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Fun Fact - The Lake House

The lakeside cabin they stayed in isn't actually a vacation rental - it was for sale during filming and was very recently bought by none other than Trump International Realty. The Trump brand owns several hundred acres of real estate on Lake Norman, and a golf course.

Weirdly, the episode of Catfish that was filmed in Charlotte years ago also was filmed in a house that was for sale and not actually owned by the person on Catfish or anyone related to them. Do they use reality shows to showcase potential properties to buyers/developers?

https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/4546-Burris-Rd-Denver-NC-28037/71947888_zpid/

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"The Lake House (2006)" - a question

"The Lake House" with Keanu and Sandra is one of my favorite romantic films. Yes, silly, I know. But my intention is not to sing praises, but to ask a practical question: What kind of jacket or blazer Keanu wears when he goes to Sandra's (Kate's) surprise birthday, dances and kisses her, eventually? Thanks for the answers in advance! :)

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I really love found footage horror films. Any suggestions on ones I can watch that I haven't seen yet?

-----Here are the ones I've seen so far:-----

As Above So Below (My favorite)

Blair Witch

Hell House LLC

Paranormal Activity 3

Exists

Willow Creek

The Bay

REC

Gonjiam Haunted Asylum

Devil's Pass

chernobyl diaries (also really liked this one)

The Pyradmid

TrollHunter (Fantasy, not horror but was good)

Chronicle

The Poughkeepsie Tapes (Also very good!)

Lake Mungo

Grave Encounters

Unfriended

Megan is Missing

The Sacrament

The Tunnel

The Taking of Deborah Logan

Final Prayer/The Borderlands

Cloverfield


These are all the ones I've seen, suggestions welcome - thank you!

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My favorite films from every year (2020-1895)

(2020) I’m Thinking of Ending Things

Charlie Kaufman seems unrelentingly obsessed with tearing apart and exposing the male psyche. It’s something I love about his films but it also can be depressing how much I relate to them.

Runners- up: Possessor Uncut, Nocturne, Invisible Man, The Rental, Relic, Palm Springs, Shirley, Becky

(2019) The Lighthouse

The story in this film is shrouded in mystery but the clues and tools needed to decipher it do exist and with a rewatch, finding them felt so rewarding. It’s the kind of movie that I want to make my friends watch, simply so I have someone to discuss it with. It’s one of the best horror films I’ve ever seen.

Runners-up: ***Little Monsters, Furie, I Am Mother, Glass, Crawl, Ma, Godzilla: King of Monsters, Us, Color Out of Space, Ready or Not, Midsommar, Zombieland: Double Tap, The Head Hunter, Parasite, Villains, Swallow, Nimic, The Head Hunter, I Trapped the Devil, Pet Sematary, Guns Akimbo, Harpoon, Annabelle Comes Hom

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[NO SPOILER] If it wasn’t for the clouds, my lake house would’ve barely made the show. Maybe next season πŸ˜ͺ
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Is there such a thing as sad horror?

Here's what I mean. Is there any horror thats based in deed sorrow or sadness? It begins happy and ends sad/it starts sad and ends happy/its sad at the start and the end. Dose anything like this exist at all? Is it possible for me to start?

Edit: I GO AWAY FOR 5 SECONDS AND SUDDENLY I HAVE 140ISH COMMENTS!?!? damm bro horror really is a tragedy.

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Requesting recommendations for the creepiest films you’ve ever seen

Hello all, currently on break and hoping to get some recommendations to watch once I’m home; I work in the medical field and I’m exhausted, the thought of browsing endlessly after this makes me want to die. I’m hoping to go home, shower, collapse on my bed with my laptop and cat and scare the hell out of myself before waking up and doing it all over again.

I’m looking for something that will absolutely terrify me and make my skin crawl. Some of my favorites and/or films I find the most creepy are:

Hereditary ⭐️

It ⭐️

Lake Mungo ⭐️

Poughkeepsie Tapes ⭐️

Doctor Sleep

Funny Games

Scanners

Jacob’s Ladder

Get Out ⭐️

Us ⭐️

Burial Ground

I See You

Phantasm

Nightbreed

Lost Highway ⭐️

A Quiet Place

Cemetery Man

Cube

Bone Tomahawk ⭐️

The Void

Eden Lake

Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum ⭐️

The Descent ⭐️

Society

Run

Psychomania

Midsommar ⭐️

In the Mouth of Madness

The People Under the Stairs

As Above, So Below ⭐️

Grave Encounters ⭐️

Hell House LLC ⭐️

In the Tall Grass

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I’m about halfway through Season 4- is Sam’s lake house he purchased different than the one they originally showed in an earlier season?
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Does anybody know why in S1 Ep1 they use a different house for the interior. When Crystal’s car is driving on the road next to the lake you can see the normal house, however when she pulls up you can see by the door, staircase and the fact there is no pool that it isnt the same house?
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Your new opinion! Dreadit's Top 100 Horror Films of All Time! 2020 Edition.

Dreadit Update: Where are the new mods?

Deliberating over ~30 entries proved more difficult in the time we allotted ourselves. We have eliminated 75% of the entries and are doing one last internal vote. We hope to announce three (3) new moderators in about one week. Please be patient with us.

Anyway, the real reason you are all here:


Approximately every two years, we like to go back and re-evaluate our opinions on this matter. Obviously it's just a snapshot of what we like at this very moment. But who doesn't like a little hyperbole?


As submitted and voted on by /r/horror readers

#Dreadit's Top 100 Horror Films, 2020 ed.

  1. The Thing - John Carpenter - 1982
  2. The Shining - Stanley Kubrick - 1980
  3. Hereditary - Ari Aster - 2018
  4. Alien - Ridley Scott - 1979
  5. Halloween - John Carpenter - 1978
  6. Scream - Wes Craven - 1996
  7. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (aka **The Texas Chain Saw
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PSA: maybe avoid the Vista theater in Silver Lake for a little while. I saw Ep9 there today and one of the house right speakers is blown out. Makes an unbearable static noise when things get loud, which in Star Wars, is a lot of the time.

I reported the problem to someone at the theater and they said that the connections are loose and that the system needs to be reset. The explanation doesn't make sense to me. Plus, nobody started working on the connections after the house lights went on. We stick around for a little while after, too. The manager was going to be back in about 20 minutes but I didn't want to wait that long.

It's a shame because the Vista is easily my favorite theater in LA but they failed today.

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Netflix’s Dead To Me filmed in South County. Full disclosure, I’m only 15 min in and don’t know if it’s good. I am hoping they’ll make it to Lake Forest. !!Wooot wooot! El Toro in the house!!
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What's your top horror film of each year since 2000?

I saw this thread done a while back before I started posting and I really enjoyed it. So if y'all don't mind the revamp...

2000 - American Psycho

2001 - Frailty

2002 - 28 Days Later

2003 - House of 1000 Corpses

2004 - Dawn of the Dead

2005 - The Descent

2006 - Pan's Labyrinth

2007 - REC

2008 - Lake Mungo

2009 - Drag me to hell

2010 - Black Swan

2011 - The skin I live in

2012 - Cabin in the woods

2013 - The Conjuring

2014 - It Follows

2015 - The Witch

2016 - The Neon Demon

2017 - Killing of a sacred deer

2018 - Hereditary

2019 - Midsommar

2020 - The Invisible Man (so far)

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Best Amazon Prime Horror Films!

The Monster project

Silent hill

Chain letter

The Poughkeepsie tapes

Come to daddy

Crawl

The Lords of Salem

Ju-on the grudge

Overlord

Legion

Fear dot com

The devils rejects

The strangers prey at night

Creep (2004)

The lighthouse

Wish upon

Secret window

Dread

Childs play (2019/2020?)

Train to Busan

Dark water

The taking of Deborah Logan

The Uninvited

The Village

Quiet Ones

Pet Sematary

Ice cream man

Grave encounters 1+2

The House October built 1+2

Lake mungo ( sadly i think it got removed in my region )

Paranormal Activity 3

Texas Chainsaw 3d/Texas Chainsaw 2

I Spit on your grave 1+2+3 (remakes)

Resident evil

Frailty

The last house on the left

The crazies (70s)

The possession

We need to talk about Kevin

Hollow

Delivery the beast within

Cruel summer

Southbound

30 Days of Night

Hell house LLC/ Hell house LLC 2

The night eats world

Ghoul

Dead birds

A Marble Hornet's Story

From within

31

House of 1000 corpses

The dead

Haunting of molly h

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I watch a horror movie every day, here are the best ones I watched in 2020

(2020) Invisible Man 9/10

This remake, simply put, is excellent. I’m a huge fan of Leigh Whannell and while I do think the story itself is fantastic, it’s his directing that blew me away. This movie is so fucking tense without showing anything for a huge majority of its runtime. When shit actually starts to go down, it’s the definition of thrilling. Elisabeth Moss killed her role.

(2020) The Rental 8/10

The meat and bones of this movie is a character driven drama story. It’s tense and having so much knowledge right away as the viewer that the characters don’t have is frankly anxiety inducing, in a good way. I thought all four main performances were fantastic, especially Sheila Vand. There’s a moment in the film where everything is abruptly subverted in a grand horror fashion and depending on your tastes, that may be off-putting. To me, it was absolutely genius. Dave Franco directed the fuck out of this movie and eliminated all the comfort of campiness that great slashers

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Help remembering a horror film - Alien attack in the woods

Bare with me as this was a movie that I remembered from being a kid. It was like a group of people staying in this cabin/home in the woods, and then there's a house invasion of aliens. I remember a jumpscare was an alien crawling on all fours on a window or something. I think I remember the people seeing a UFO crash somewhere in the woods near their location. To be honest it looked like a B Horror film, something you'd see on SYFY or something.

Note: Its not the Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County that featured the McPherson family abduction

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Movie of the Month: The Lake House
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[ALL] "LEGEND OF LINK", classic 3hr-long Fan Film from 2005, returns!

https://reddit.com/link/kyfzz3/video/e100oj98ynb61/player

DOWNLOAD HERE: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YKPTVsde8xQ9PNoLUBpgv7HMsCrX5FWe/view

NOTE- This trailer was created by me. I did not create this movie. I was, however, the original person to upload it to YouTube, and worked with the original cast and crew afterwards to promote it.

It's been 15 years since the original release of "Legend of Link", a Legend of Zelda fan film by "Obsession Studios" from Ohio, in 2005, on Google Video. Ever since its release on YouTube, pieces of the movie have been lost to the ages due to the use of Copyrighted music. Since Legend of Link is a parody, and was not monetized, the use of the music should have fallen under Fair Use laws.

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Lake Norfork was once several small towns in Northern Arkansas that were flooded with the damming of North Fork River. There are houses, businesses, cars and a cemetery at the bottom of the lake. Also, it’s absolutely terrifying.
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Filming OG Jersey Shore vs JSFV

I wrote this in a comment to a post but I think it might clear up some stuff for people curious about the way they film the show.

There are two main ways of filming a reality show. One is with β€œscenes” where the cast is given β€œcall times” and they go do whatever activity is scheduled. That doesn’t mean it’s scripted just that the location, people involved, topic, etc. may be planned ahead of time. The other way is the 24/7 set up where just like OG Jersey Shore and all of Season 1 of Family Vacation, they are filmed in house 24/7 and go do things so there’s not really any scheduled β€œscenes” or β€œshoots”. The newer seasons of Family Vacation have a combination of these two now. If you notice the season premiere episodes are typically shot more at homes and with family in a β€œhousewives style”. It’s kinda of like a catch up of what everyone has going on in their lives. However, rest of the season will be a β€œ24/7” style where they filmed all day everyday for a few weeks at the resort in La

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Where were the scenes with the house of the lake filmed?

Those scenes absolutely stirred something up inside of me. It's my absolute dream to have a fixer upper small house on a quiet lake. Driving back and forth to the hardware store in an old beat up pickup truck. Does anyone know the area it was filmed? I'm ready to go look for a loan to buy something comparable.

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N-mother films My panic attacks and PTSD flashbacks. Has been since I was 7.

Possible trigger warning of abuse and blackmail.

My bio mother has always done shit like this; she would taunt me, laugh at me, and throw things at me when I was 6-8 and I would have a panic attack. Yeah, a literal panic attack. Not "throwing a fit" because I "didn't want to be disciplined". While yes, this has continued through the years, now she has switched to filming my PTSD flashbacks instead, my grandpa passed, so i have nothing to lose. My dad, siblings, and siblings' spouses are NC so they can't show it around, but unfortunately my Enabling, mentally abusive brother tells embarassing stories of me that i told him to not tell anyone.

Back to the point, i was cleaning my room. I was 7 or 8 at the time and I was picking up toys. My dad was at work, so it was me and the bitch alone. She came into my room and started SCREAMING at me. She threatened me with many things, saying she would hit/beat me, until I cried, screamed and pressed into a corner, scared she would hit me. She

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"I think I've lived long enough to see competitive Counter-Strike as we know it, kill itself." Summary of Richard Lewis' stream (Long)

I want to preface that the contents of this post is for informational purposes. I do not condone or approve of any harassments or witch-hunting or the attacking of anybody.

 

Richard Lewis recently did a stream talking about the terrible state of CS esports and I thought it was an important stream anyone who cares about the CS community should listen to.

Vod Link here: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/830415547

I realize it is 3 hours long so I took it upon myself to create a list of interesting points from the stream so you don't have to listen to the whole thing, although I still encourage you to do so if you can.

I know this post is still long but probably easier to digest, especially in parts.

Here is a link to my raw notes if you for some reason want to read through this which includes some omitted stuff. It's in chronological order of things said in the stream and has some time stamps. https://pastebin.com/6QWTLr8T

#Intro

  • "The last month has convinced me, that w
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Horror Film Rankings

Given that tomorrow is Halloween, I figured I would share a project with Reddit that I’ve been working on since the beginning of quarantine. While I’ve always been a horror fan, since quarantine began, I’ve watched exclusively horror movies and have been ranking them on a scale of 1-10. At first I didn’t know what I was doing and didn’t have a plan. But after watching about 10 movies, I created the key below, and have used it since in my evaluation. Because I’m confident that many of you would not care about the sub-categories that go into these rankings, I’ve only put the overall score below.

The list is in alphabetical order, which makes it much easier for me to catalogue. I unfortunately do not have a way to list them by ranking, but the top 5 are: 1. The Shining (9.4); 1. Get Out (9.4); 3. Midsommar (9.3); 4. It Follows (9.1); 5. The Babadook (9.0); 5. Blair Witch Project (9.0). If you have read this far, thanks.

Horror Movie Key

9’s = must watch

8’s = recommended to e

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100 films in 31 Days this is the complete list of scary movies. I am currently on 90

1 American Psycho

2 Cannibal Apocalypse

3 Possession

4 Eden Lake

5 A Bay of Blood

6 Paranormal Activity

7 Cannibal Ferox

8 Children of the Corn

9 Children of the Corn 2

10 The Changeling

11 The Haunting

12 The Legend of Hell House

13 Curtains

14 Christine

15 Twisted Nerve

16 Cyborg (not a scary movie I got it from a list of movie samples and it sucked)

17 Poltergeist

18 Poltergeist II

19 Poltergeist III

20 The Mangler

21 The Burning

22 The Innocents

23 Dead and Buried

24 Duel

25 Blue Velvet

26 Deep Red

27 Carnival of Souls

28 The Strangers

29 Ghosthouse

30 House By the Cemetery

31 Village of the Damned

32 I Drink Your Blood

33 Happy Halloween Scooby Doo

34 Lego Scooby Doo Blowout Beach Bash

35 The Beyond

36 The Psychic

37 The Invisible Man 1933

38 Horror Island

39 Dracula 1931

40 Madman

41 Martin

42 Night of the Bloody Apes

43 Phantasm

44 Phantasm II

45 Scanners

46 Whatever Happened to Baby Jane

47 Blood Rage

48 Pieces

49 Hall

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Ugh, another ranked films list πŸ˜’. Yes, but I’ll bet mine is different. Hope you enjoy the read.

I know people will hate my ranking. I’ve heard it a lot. But, I love all the films. This just happens to be the order I prefer... and it’s constantly changing lol

1-Friday the 13th Part 2

A lot of people don’t like this one. I don’t know why. Hot girls like Marta Kober (just don’t look her up now, meth is one hell of a drug), great kills, and the β€œscariest” of the Fridays in my opinion. Jason is fast, strong, and most importantly, very β€œreal.” I felt that the chase sequences were super tense. I loved the whole sweater scene. This is usually my favorite Friday, depending on the mood I’m in that day.

2-Freddy Vs Jason

Yes, people will disagree. Again, I don’t know why. I love this one. So much fun. Cool, unique story. As a horror fan, great to see a collab, especially since us old guys have been waiting to see this battle ever since the end of Part 9 when Freddy’s glove grabs Jason’s mask and drags it to hell. Love for both franchises makes this a home run.

3-Friday the 13th Part

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[US] The Lake House (2006) - A lonely doctor, who once occupied an unusual lakeside house, begins exchanging love letters with its former resident, a frustrated architect. They must try to unravel the mystery behind their extraordinary romance before it's too late. netflix.com/title/7004330…
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I watched The Lake House (2006)

This was a good film for its genre, considering I’m not really into romantic movies. There were a lot of plot holes, but Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock have amazing chemistry, and that made this movie entertaining. The whole time traveling trope could have been better, as it caused most of the plot holes. However, I still enjoyed it, and I hope Keanu and Sandra do another movie together.

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Update: So far this pandemic we've watched 68 crappy shark movies. About 30 to go!

BEST PANDEMIC HOBBY. As of 1/18/21, we only have about 34 crappy shark movies to watch (listed in the comments below) before we run out of titles. These are all the shark films I can find; please holler if you see any we've missed!

Almost all of these are streaming for free, locations noted below.

Current ranking, based on a mixture of fun, quality, and how soon we'd want to rewatch them:

  1. Santa Jaws (Amazon Prime)
  2. Deep Blue Sea (1999) (Hulu)
  3. The Meg ($4 to rent)
  4. Ozark Sharks (Hoopla)
  5. Shark Night 3D ($3 to rent)
  6. Toxic Shark ($2 to rent)
  7. Ghost Shark (Hoopla)
  8. Sand Sharks (Amazon Prime)
  9. Piranha Sharks (hidden on YouTube)
  10. Empire of the Sharks (Amazon Prime)
  11. Land Shark (2020 – Chinese) (YouTube)
  12. 47 Meters Down: Uncaged (Amazon Prime)
  13. Bad CGI Sharks (tubi)
  14. House Shark (Amazon Prime)
  15. Mississippi River Sharks (Hoopla)
  16. Shark In VeniceΒ (tubi)
  17. Shark Attack 3 (tubi)
  18. Blue Demon (tubi)
  19. Dam Sharks (hidden on YouTube)
  20. SharkMan (a
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My picks for best horror films of the last 20 years...

A cry has arisen from the land. "How can I possibly enjoy this upcoming Halloween season", the people lament, "if I don't know what ShroomyTunesβ„’ thinks are the greatest horror films of the last 20 years?!" Rest easy, o' ye FG peeps, my answers lie below. The list ranges from well known, big budget films to obscure, tiny budget offerings. I highly recommend all of these. The ones with asterisks are particular favorites, but all are noteworthy horror films, in my opinion, for one reason or another. I'm sure that I have forgotten some deserving candidates, so, feel free to add, embellish, and comment:

2001-The Others, Session 9*, Trouble Every Day
2002-28 Days Later*, Dog Soldiers*, May, The Ring, Bubba Ho-Tep
2003-Gozu, A Tale Of Two Sisters*
2004-Shaun Of The Dead*, Three...Extremes, Dawn Of The Dead,
2005-The Descent(Director's Cut)*, The Devil's Rejects
2006-Severance, Pan's Labyrinth*, Behind The Mask: The Rise Of Leslie Vernon, Slither, Imprint
2007-30 Days O

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Salem's Lot Film Questions

When Mike Ryerson & Ned Tebbits come into the Marsten House Mike hears something upstairs "there's somebody up there!" but Straker was gone. Who was upstairs (Since Barlow is in the crate)? It it was Hubie's ghost, why didn't Straker see it? He had lived in the house for some period of time.

Who put Larry Crockett in his car & drove him to the lake? Straker was back at the house.

How did Barlow get into the jail? The next day we see that the cop is alive when he leaves town.

Why were Ben & Mark so casual about standing around the Marsten House after Barlow is staked? The whole town is full of vampires flying around at that point but they hang around the Marsten House outside.

Vampires have to enter houses invited. Obviously Barlow was not invited into Mark Petrie's house.

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Here is the list of all 100 films I've watched this spooky month

1 American Psycho

2 Cannibal Apocalypse

3 Possession

4 Eden Lake

5 A Bay of Blood

6 Paranormal Activity

7 Cannibal Ferox

8 Children of the Corn

9 Children of the Corn 2

10 The Changeling

11 The Haunting

12 The Legend of Hell House

13 Curtains

14 Christine

15 Twisted Nerve

16 Cyborg

17 Poltergeist (original)

18 Poltergeist II

19 Poltergeist III

20 The Mangler

21 The Burning

22 The Innocents

23 Dead and Buried

24 Duel

25 Blue Velvet

26 Deep Red

27 Carnival of Souls

28 The Strangers

29 Ghosthouse

30 House By the Cemetery

31 Village of the Damned (original)

32 I Drink Your Blood

33 Happy Halloween Scooby Doo

34 Lego Scooby Doo Blowout Beach Bash

35 The Beyond

36 The Psychic

37 The Invisible Man (orignal 30s)

38 Horror Island

39 Dracula (Original)

40 Madman

41 Martin

42 Night of the Bloody Apes

43 Phantasm

44 Phantasm II

45 Scanners

46 Whatever Happened to Baby Jane

47 Blood Rage

48 Pieces

49 Hallo

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