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Hampshire, IL
Hometown: Pingree Grove

Member since:

September 23, 2008

Psychological, Supernatural, Apocalyptic, Slasher (or anything not listed)

Psychological. 1964 The Haunting. Black & White, no real gore, but scary as hell. No matter what FX you provide, it never beats the horror one can conjure up in their own mind.

Show the Gore, or leave it to your imagination?

too much doesn't work but one shocking scene out of the blue can transform your whole perception of the film.

Original or Remake?

Generally original. Why try to improve on a classic

Can you handle it?

Generally yes. Gore for its own sake becomes unnecessary though.


Halloween & Horror buff from way back. Photo is my home last Halloween. Lots more on my facebook page. I enjoy attending the fests and the occasional one off event. Always looking for new friends and new opinions on new and classic horror.

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