What type of movie?

by Legolas 33 Replies latest jw friends

  • Ellie

    I'll watch anything, apart from horror because I'm still scared of the demons, I prefere not to watch anything too sad either as I always embaress myself by crying like a baby, but besides that I like almost anything.

  • Crumpet
    Any movie where you go from one horrible situation to another and everybody either dies or is emotionally damaged at the end.

    That is my favourite type of movie. I love horror films especially Korean ones.

    Classicist - I assume you've seen Shaun of the Dead then?

  • defd

    I'm still scared of the demons

    Very good!

  • PaulJ
    Shaun of the Dead

    I love that film! I like the bit when he skids in the blood on the shop floor without realising it.

  • talesin


    I remember seeing Ghostbusters at the theatre. Although it's a 'comedy', the demon terrified me, especially its voice! It took a while of being away from the KH to realize that they really don't exist. I know exactly how you feel! Though I now watch some of the horror movies, they have to have substance for me to enjoy them. The Prophecy is a story about the angel Gabriel protecting the line of the Christ from 'fallen angels' through the centuries, here on earth. It's quite a good story.


  • dedpoet

    I'm a bit of a sci fi fan, also like comedy and drama, not really into horror movies though

  • talesin

    Oh, and I LOVE vampire movies ... hissssss!

    They mostly come out at night, you know .... mostly ...


  • Crumpet

    I like the vampire movies too - whats that one with David Bowie and Susan Sarandon?

  • arwen

    I love drama movies...and comedy as well. My hubby is really into sci-fi movies so I have seen some of those as well. I am a cry-baby too and often cry at movies.. Iloved Beautiful Mind.....I like to know the ending before I see the movie so if there is a book before the movie comes out I try to read it first..or get someone to tell me the ending.. I hate a movie with a bad ending that leaves you sitting there wondering what was that!

  • talesin


    That would be "The Hunger" ... hmm, I was thinking it is Catherine Deneuve who costarred, but it's been a long time since I saw it.

    My all-time favorite is Frank Langella's Dracula. The last scene, on the ship, was perfect, and I loved his portrayal, suave and handsome with just the right amount of creepiness.


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