Has anyone else seen The Curse (1987) with Claude Akins? It's about a meteor that lands on a farm, melts, and contaminates the ground water. The people who drink the well water first go insane and then sort of melt.
@Rhymesometimes I have to second you on, "The Fly," with Jeff Goldblum; that was excellent!
SPOILER ALERT: Also too though, was that ending scene in the original version with "fly/man" caught in the spider's web, "Help me! Help me!" - Still gives me the creepies.
I am a huge fan of psychological thrillers as well and usually stick to those, but I have to give a shout out to one "slasher" movie that is actually good, well written, well acted and even has a cameo by Sigourney Weaver, "The Cabin in the Woods." I admit there were parts I could not watch, but this movie is worth it.
Other than that, it's pretty much psychological thrillers (and ghost stories) for me. Has anyone seen, "Get Out." That was great.
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@RobertH746873 First, welcome to the online community! It's awesome that you have jumped right in and posted! I have to go with the classic Psycho. Also have to add The Fly with Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis. Yeck! Not really a fan of the genre, but love any Hitchcock movies. Horror or thriller?
I only like horror because I like original ideas of the science fiction kind. I dislike horror stories that can really happen such as Hostel. And I hate it when melodrama is presented in the guise of science fiction, e.g., The Walking Dead. Melodrama writers are a dime a dozen but good science fiction writers are hard to find.
I absolutely thrive on horror movies. I am a lover of most things that are strange, weird, and paranormal.
As long as I can remember, I have been a fan of horror.
My love for all things horror has matured over the years. I do not prefer the bloody slasher movies, or the B horror movies. I enjoy the psychological thrillers; movies that keep me on the edge of my seat, with plot twists to keep me guessing (unpredictable).
I could go on and on about my love for horror. But would like to see if there is something specific you want know. Or, a direction you want the topic of conversation to go?