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Have you always wanted to attend a Hollywood premiere?! Walk the carpet with the stars!? Well, if you live in the Los Angeles/SoCal area and are free on Thursday, June 24th at 8:30 pm and would like to win 2 tickets to attend the world premiere of the new horror film, The Last Exorcism at the Los Angeles Film Festival, all you have to do is post a quick comment to this here blog [one comment per entrant, please] by end of day Monday, June 21st, telling us which is your favorite horror movie. We'll randomly pick 1 lucky winner to attend the premiere with one guest and contact you with the ticket information. You are responsible for your own transportation to and from the Ford Amphitheatre in Hollywood and you should arrive no later than 7:30 pm at the theater. You'll also win the official poster from The Last Exorcism. Good luck!
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The Last Exorcism
The Exorcism of Emily Rose
Suspiria. Argento is the master.
"it" the movie 1990
The Strangers. Creepy!
Halloween, the original of course. Hands down. A great horror classic.
My favorite horror movie is the Exoricist. It had such an impression on me when I was a kid (now 38). It really frieghtened me to my core but in a good way. It opened my eyes and invited me into the world of horror films. Not to mention this film induced many nightmares and was responsible for many sleepless nights.
Romero's original Night of the Living Dead! So creepy, so confined, so horrifying
Hmmm well I like the Ring because it scares the bejeebus out of me...;)
of course the exorcist
my favorite horror movie would be Kazaam....but in all honesty, Psycho tops my list! The suspense built up in that movie made me so scared!
Nightmare on Elm St The original!! The alley scene was so like a nightmare! Should have been left the one and only!!
favorite horror film= 28 Days Later
Cube by Vincenzo Natali, being a member of the Army Infantry I fall under the government's control and so I feel this was the best horror movie ever. For what its worth tho, Nightmare on Elm Street made me scared of the dark as a little kid.
My ALL-TIME Horror movie has to be THE LOST BOYS.
As a kid the scariest movie I saw was The Exorcist, but as an adult my absolute favorite movies of all times are the series of Saw movies the most original impressive movies I've ever seen!
Favorite horror movie of all time? Tough. Probably Kubrick's THE SHINING. Of the last decade, I'd have to pick CABIN FEVER. It's got the perfect mix of horror and comedy.
the human centepede was good
Nightmare on Elm Street series with the exception of the "remake". I choose to live in a world where the "remake" does not exist lol. But the NOES series without a doubt.
[Rec] (2007) - definitely one of the best.
Favorite Horror Film = Psycho.
Still freaks me out every time I watch it...
"It" is my fav!!!
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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