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poigmarmite and nutella sandwich
1,590 posts
Location: Farnborough, Hampshire


Posted:
Saw 3 is coming out and i'm not old enough!!
frown frown frown frown frown frown frown frown frown frown frown frown frown frown

Just thought i'd share my grief

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Tao StarPooh-Bah
1,662 posts
Location: Bristol


Posted:
i wish i hadn't been old enough for saw 2. uck!

you always miss something, my bro love the excorsist & he wasn't old anout for that....but then he's seen some stuff i couldn't see and so on.

when you're older (haha, sory that wasn't meant to sound patronising!) you'll be watching some awesome film that someone you now can't see yet & you'll be like WOOOO! old enough! SCORE!

I had a dream that my friend had a
strong-bad pop up book,
it was the book of my dreams.


_Aime_SILVER Member
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4,172 posts
Location: Hastings, United Kingdom


Posted:
It'll be out on DVD in no time - whats the fuss about?!

Have only seen Saw 1. Watched it once, have yet to pluck up the courage to watch it again.
Really was quite shocked and appualed(?) by some of the content in it, but am fascinated with the limits that film makers keep pushing further and further out.

Apparently hostel is meant to be equally nasty. Its on my to see list, when I have enough courage!

loulou27SILVER Member
Member
30 posts
Location: Manchester, United Kingdom


Posted:
since your talking about grotesque films, i seen the begining (the chainsaw one) yesterday, never seen more blood and guts in my life. Wasnt even that scary just gross. Put me well off my malteasers.
Not fair, didnt even see his face!!! shame!

Bek66Future Mrs Pogo
4,728 posts
Location: The wrong place


Posted:
Hostel starts out as so much of a cheap T & A movie, that I never could watch it long enough for anything else to really happen...

My son did say that it finally got into the horror stuff and that it became an ok movie...

Saw II is definitely quite the cringe fest...won't say too much about it so that those of you who have not seen it will not have it spoiled...but is good for the surprise factor!!!

Saw III...We'll just have to wait and see...not seen it yet myself.

"Absence is to love what wind is to fire...it extinguishes the small, enkindles the great."
--Comte Debussy-Rebutin


alien_oddityCarpal \'Tunnel
7,193 posts
Location: in the trees


Posted:
frown i've got to saw i've not seen the ring 1 or 2 or any of the saw films redface

Bek66Future Mrs Pogo
4,728 posts
Location: The wrong place


Posted:
Don't feel bad...not really missing THAT much...

There are much better horror/suspense films to be found...

Try some oldies like 'Angel Heart'...or a lttle more recent 'Stir of Echoes'...or even the new version of 'The Omen.'

Something that will actually give you a good fright...not just a gross out!!!

Oh ....or try Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein.'
.....or the Jack the Ripper flick with Johnny Depp as a detective called '...From Hell.'

smile

All are pretty good creepy flicks!!!

"Absence is to love what wind is to fire...it extinguishes the small, enkindles the great."
--Comte Debussy-Rebutin


alien_oddityCarpal \'Tunnel
7,193 posts
Location: in the trees


Posted:
nooooooooooooooooooooooooooo i love dark horror films, films that only just made clasification ubblol


stuff like SS nazi death camp
SS hollochaust


REALLY evil films

battle royal
itchy the killer (sp??)
and manga like
3x3 eyes
akira
ninja scrolls
devil man
oedo 808 cyber city

the list go's on ubblol

[Nx?]BRONZE Member
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Location: Europe,Scotland,Both


Posted:
surly saw III? ubblol

This is a post by tom, all spelling is deleberate
-><- Kallisti


Bek66Future Mrs Pogo
4,728 posts
Location: The wrong place


Posted:
I've never even heard of any of them..... eek

Ah well...to each...and all that good rot-rot!!!

Just my preference to want a good scare instead of the slasher stuff...although I like them, too...Also like serial killer flicks!!! Eg Gein...Ted Bundy...Gacy...and of course good ol' Jacky!!! Never caught, ya know?

Muahahahahahahah!!!!!!!

"Absence is to love what wind is to fire...it extinguishes the small, enkindles the great."
--Comte Debussy-Rebutin


Twiggymember
162 posts
Location: Birmingham, UK


Posted:
Been waiting for SawIII for a while now, saw a trailer a few days ago, me all excited again biggrin

Lets hope they dont ruin the series. I want a nice box set on my shelf. ubbrollsmile



As for hostel.. meh! Either make a horror or a porno just dont mix it up.



EDIT: I dont actually have a shelf confused ubblol

SunnySammySILVER Member
Watching the Sky
453 posts
Location: Cambridge(ish)/Bath Spa Uni, United Kingdom


Posted:
well ..... horror and gore eh? i mean you wanna scare me then give me a decent film score! watching ringu was the hardest thing i had to do, pretty good film though. if in doubt though then go for ....

audition
ichi (think thats right) the killer
the fly (remake)
ooh ooh event horizon (hehe! totally nasty!)

i watched the remake of texas chainsaw massacre and was so close to throwing up! i dont like that film purely because its so damned depressing!

sunny
I jumped into the river, what did i see?
Black-eyed angels swam with me. wink


iansmithmember
90 posts

Posted:
I remember going up to my mate's house and he was watching Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (pirate, it was still banned then). I don't mind admitting that I was actually quite alarmed when Leatherface cut through a door and began running towards his victim. Not like the other horror film baddies who stumble towards you slowly, this guy sprints at you, the chainsaw revving away!

jo_rhymesSILVER Member
Momma Bear
4,525 posts
Location: Telford, Shrops, United Kingdom


Posted:
Saw 2 is better than saw 1. I think i'll wait til Saw 3 is on dvd, I will be too scared to watch it at the cinema, plus i'd have to take my own pillow along to hide behind!

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RaveRepresentSILVER Member
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567 posts
Location: USA


Posted:
I'm thirteen, I've seen Saw I and II. I honestly think that they were fantastic movies that through a dark and morbid perception, you start to appreciate the life you are given. Ofcourse it has it's cringe sequences, but thats a direct way to show the point.
I'll warn you adequatly and firmly... The clips I am going to send are the trailers to Saw III, but I warn you.. If you watch the last clip titled "Troy In Chains" I assure you that you will be disgusted. Now, as posted - https://www.ropeofsilicon.com/trailers.php?id=2975
But I warn you again. Do not watch the video if you have a weak stomach.
You can tell through the warning that this movie doesn't just sugarcoat the subject. It is through gore and blood this movie can truly just get to you, not just for money, but for moral values.
I find these movies very informative, but the process of persuassion is very up-foward and frank. Movies of the such can very much so destroy the minds of little children. Majority of the reason because their brain hasn't established a firm grasp on their beliefs, and may not even have begun thinking about future reference.
Through thick and thin, I rest to say that this is the darkest movie I have yet to see. Definitly not a very bright movie in such cases, but if you stick up the courage, I would say that this movie is fantastic.
Just remember, this is one morbid movie that will make your stomach squeel and hands attract over your eyes.

"I don't know what you are talking about"

"Cardinal!!! Poke her... with the SOFT CUSIONS!!!!"

"Its not working my lord!"

"Have you got all of the stuffing on one end?!"


UCOFSILVER Member
..lonely.
15,416 posts
Location: South Wales


Posted:
I downloaded Saw2 ages ago, Im still waiting to watch it.
Ive decided Im only going to watch it during the daytime biggrin

Bek66Future Mrs Pogo
4,728 posts
Location: The wrong place


Posted:
Ok...good movie for all around cringe/gore/scare the living hell out of you...

The remake of 'The Hills Have Eyes.'

I've seen nothing in recent memory that has disturbed me quite as badly as this one did!!!

Brrrr...

"Absence is to love what wind is to fire...it extinguishes the small, enkindles the great."
--Comte Debussy-Rebutin


FireTomStargazer
6,650 posts

Posted:
So funny that ppl (especially of the "younger" generation) are so keen on putting images in their brains, they then have a hard time getting rid of again...

You want a thrill? Sign up for a 3rd world project in Somalia or such, dude - maybe you'll come across some (real life) slayed bodies... [/ironic rant] wink

the best smiles are the ones you lead to wink


jo_rhymesSILVER Member
Momma Bear
4,525 posts
Location: Telford, Shrops, United Kingdom


Posted:
good idea tom biggrin

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poigmarmite and nutella sandwich
1,590 posts
Location: Farnborough, Hampshire


Posted:
 Written by: RaveRepresent


I'm thirteen, I've seen Saw I and II. I honestly think that they were fantastic movies that through a dark and morbid perception, you start to appreciate the life you are given. Ofcourse it has it's cringe sequences, but thats a direct way to show the point.
I'll warn you adequatly and firmly... The clips I am going to send are the trailers to Saw III, but I warn you.. If you watch the last clip titled "Troy In Chains" I assure you that you will be disgusted. Now, as posted - https://www.ropeofsilicon.com/trailers.php?id=2975
But I warn you again. Do not watch the video if you have a weak stomach.
You can tell through the warning that this movie doesn't just sugarcoat the subject. It is through gore and blood this movie can truly just get to you, not just for money, but for moral values.
I find these movies very informative, but the process of persuassion is very up-foward and frank. Movies of the such can very much so destroy the minds of little children. Majority of the reason because their brain hasn't established a firm grasp on their beliefs, and may not even have begun thinking about future reference.
Through thick and thin, I rest to say that this is the darkest movie I have yet to see. Definitly not a very bright movie in such cases, but if you stick up the courage, I would say that this movie is fantastic.
Just remember, this is one morbid movie that will make your stomach squeel and hands attract over your eyes.



I liked the clips-gory but good eek

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Bek66Future Mrs Pogo
4,728 posts
Location: The wrong place


Posted:
 Written by: FireTom


So funny that ppl (especially of the "younger" generation) are so keen on putting images in their brains, they then have a hard time getting rid of again...

You want a thrill? Sign up for a 3rd world project in Somalia or such, dude - maybe you'll come across some (real life) slayed bodies... [/ironic rant] wink



Were you calling me the younger generation Tom?
I'm so flattered! wink

I agree with you...a little bit of reality sure can go a looooong way!!!

Will turn you off of your kibble!

"Absence is to love what wind is to fire...it extinguishes the small, enkindles the great."
--Comte Debussy-Rebutin


poigmarmite and nutella sandwich
1,590 posts
Location: Farnborough, Hampshire


Posted:
 Written by: fyrespirit


 Written by: FireTom


So funny that ppl (especially of the "younger" generation) are so keen on putting images in their brains, they then have a hard time getting rid of again...

You want a thrill? Sign up for a 3rd world project in Somalia or such, dude - maybe you'll come across some (real life) slayed bodies... [/ironic rant] wink



Were you calling me the younger generation Tom?
I'm so flattered! wink

I agree with you...a little bit of reality sure can go a looooong way!!!

Will turn you off of your kibble!



Maybe, but when was the last time a 14 year-old went to 3rd world countries? Especially when they're still in school (like me *groans*)

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FireTomStargazer
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Posted:
1) Rated R umm

2)
 Written by: rave represent

Movies of the such can very much so destroy the minds of little children. Majority of the reason because their brain hasn't established a firm grasp on their beliefs, and may not even have begun thinking about future reference. Through thick and thin, I rest to say that this is the darkest movie I have yet to see.



"The mind doesn't seperate from what it has seen and what it has actually experienced..."

You want to srew up yours? umm Go ahead, but give others a good chance not to.

Nothing personal, dude.

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poigmarmite and nutella sandwich
1,590 posts
Location: Farnborough, Hampshire


Posted:
*still trying to think of a good comeback*

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Bek66Future Mrs Pogo
4,728 posts
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Posted:
The only thing that we're saying is that the images that they have in these movies are horrible...they make an impression...one that doesn't help with the adolescent (and I mean no harm here whatsoever, please understand that) mind set...there is enough physical and emotional turmoil for you to go thru without the added images of such graphic violence and terror,etc



My personal feelings on this come from being a mother and a horror afficiondo myself...I'll let my kids see some of the movies...others...no freakin way...not till they get old enough to see them on their own...which in the US is 17 for theaters and 18 to rent or buy.



Oh..my son is 18..otherwise he wouldn't have seen Hostel!!!
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poigmarmite and nutella sandwich
1,590 posts
Location: Farnborough, Hampshire


Posted:
I suppose... the age restriction isn't for nothing

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jo_rhymesSILVER Member
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4,525 posts
Location: Telford, Shrops, United Kingdom


Posted:
i'm 25 and the scenes from Saw (and other horrors) are still in my brain and it's scary!

But in a fun scary way because I know it's not real. But those images are still in there, ready to pounce on me at any minute when I least expect it! eek

I would no way want to watch Saw if i was under 18 ( i will only watch scary films now if i'm watching it with other people and i'm not alone in the house!!)

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FireTomStargazer
6,650 posts

Posted:
Why bother at all? What's the point?

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_Aime_SILVER Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
4,172 posts
Location: Hastings, United Kingdom


Posted:
 Written by: FireTom


Why bother at all? What's the point?



In watching horrow movies?

Thats a bit of an odd statemant..
If you say that then what is the point in watching any movie?

A horror movie is exactly the same as any other movie, execpt the genre is different.

Movie makers get you involved in the storyline.

One of my lecturers at college learned me a good word the other day, but I've forgotten it..
It meant to be repelled by something horrible, yet drawn to it at the same time.
It had an 'a' and a 'b' in it and possily an 'l'...

The majority of people have this feeling towards blood/gore/suspense.
It's intriging.

And like I said before its all about pushing boundries.
The stuff we watch made 10/20 years ago seems pathetic compared to what we have now.
Imagen what the horror movies will be like in a further decade!.

Anyway.

Another kicking film with an awesome story line and twist is Se7en cool

BethMiss Whippy
1,262 posts
Location: Cornwall & Oxford


Posted:
Why watch horror films?

People like to be scared, even from the youngest age, kids like creepy crawlies and monsters and things like that. As an adult those things don't scare you anymore so we need films like those below to get the adrenalin pumping and send chills down our spines. It's fun!

If you want real horrific films, heres a list -

Battle royal 1&2
Audition,
All the Japanese Ring films
Spiral
Ichi the killer
Irreversible (very very messed up film)
Switchblade Romance
The Eye

I don't know any truly horrifying films to have come out of hollywood recently. The Hills Have Eyes, hostel, all the appalling remakes of the texas chainsaw massacre, all these 'gore fests' are pants and not scary in the least. There is one exception and that is Saw, that film really made me cringe and thats a very difficult thing for any movie to do. Saw 2 was also very good, I shall definitely be seeing Saw 3 in the cinema, in the dark so its even scarier! smile

Aim high and you'll know your limits, aim low and you'll never know how high you could have climbed.


SunnySammySILVER Member
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Location: Cambridge(ish)/Bath Spa Uni, United Kingdom


Posted:
oooooh! i forgot about the eye! biggrin

sunny
I jumped into the river, what did i see?
Black-eyed angels swam with me. wink


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