Hello again Tena! Would you happen to have more creepy lists or movies, short horror films, etc? I loved your last one!
Oh, gosh, this’ll be a tough one, I think. I’ll try to include lots of movies that can be viewed in full on Youtube.
Philosophy of a Knife (2008) - WARNING: This is very strong material, and not for the squeamish. It is based on real experiments conducted during World War II. It is broken up into parts, and it is also a very long film. I previously went over it in this post.
Begotten (1990) - WARNING: I gave a little background on this film here. This is a surreal, experimental film. It is strange, disturbing, and not recommended for the squeamish.
Faces of Death (1978) - WARNING: While there is content in this film that was hoaxed, it also contains real footage from slaughterhouses, surgical procedures, and other scenes of real death. It is absolutely not for the squeamish, and to view it is entirely at your own discretion. There are links for a few of the sequels in this post.
The Troma Youtube Channel - Troma has graced the internet with many of their cult classic films in full on Youtube. They tend to get cheesy and goofy, but there’s also a lot of gore and grossouts galore!
Dead Alive (1992) - Worth it if you can put up with the subtitles. Yes, folks, these movies are what horror fans remember Peter Jackson for. This was long before he would go on to make The Lord of the Rings.
ARIES:Bad Taste (1987) || Would kill for food, would fight for others when in danger, dry sense of humor.
TAURUS:Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959) || Creative, thinking outside the box, being able to find unorthodox ways to get things done when the conventional ones fail.
GEMINI:Destroy All Monsters (1968) || Strong when being attacked, puts up a fight, does not give up until there is nothing more to do.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) || Sarcastic and resourceful when they need to be–otherwise lazy.
LEO:Basket Case (1982) || Strange, empathetic, can almost look at someone and know what they’re thinking.
VIRGO:Real Genius (1985) || Good at working with others, smart, cunning. Easy to learn how to use things they've never used before.
LIBRA:Vanishing Point (1971) || Willing to do almost anything for money, prone to trying new things even though they may be dangerous, likes to travel.
SCORPIO:Anaconda (1998) || Prone to getting into dangerous situations unprepared, would do anything at all if it means money, too trusting of people– never has suspicions until something that directly correlates with it happens.
SAGITTARIUS:Alice (1988) || Imaginative, loved playing with toys as a child, unique. They’re slightly scary on the outside, but not on the inside.
CAPRICORN:12 Monkeys (1996) || Would travel through time if given the chance, enjoys a challenge, will get out of their way to help others.
AQUARIUS:The Sandlot (1993) || Makes friends easily, outgoing, loves physical activity, loses things easily, but gets them back eventually.
PISCES:Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958) || Funny and unique, and your quirks are all someone’s type.
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Gore show movies with practical effects, for Halloween!
with Halloween coming up, I just felt like making a post to recommend some gore show movies! With that I mean, horror movies that are strictly about grossing you out. Full on body horror and gore and blood. And all done with practical effects, no CGI!