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Mister Pink

What are some of the best lesser-known Horror films?

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Mister Pink
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Horror movie genre can be really hit and miss. There are so many duds out there. Horror can be really subjective. And often because it's specifically setting out to do a niche thing within the grand-scale of film-genres, it's either hit or miss. Unlike a drama which is so broad in a definition, a good drama can encompass comedy, action, thriller and even horror elements. But pure horror films, like pure comedy films can miss the mark. If they don't do their minimum viable function and scare you, or in comedy make laugh then it fails. 

 

So what are some good films. I encourage people to post lesser known or indie films. I don't mind for discussion that we mention some classics like The Exorcist, or Halloween. But these have been discussed a lot of over the decades. Are there any hidden gems you know of? There's a couple I missed recently like Hereditary and Midsommar. 

 

I'll start off with curious ones I want to watch but haven't yet. 

 

 

 

Just saw the trailer for Bliss (2019).  This looks interesting... 

 

 

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The Time Ranger

I'm not the biggest horror fan but I really enjoyed It Follows.

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A teenage girl has a curse passed on to her and must survive or pass it on. I remember being proper startled at several moments,  and there's a constant tense atmosphere throughout. Great cinematography and soundtrack too. First horror movie I watched where it clicked with me, this is why people love this genre. It scares without gore, shows doesn't tell which allows for plenty of speculation and theories. Just a good watch.

 

Kill List

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Two hitman take on a job which turns very very dark. British horror-thriller which is disturbing, extremely gory, violent and shiver inducing. I can't say I enjoyed watching it, but it was well made and was stuck in my head for a couple of days after. So mission accomplished I guess. 

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DownInThePMs
16 hours ago, The Time Ranger said:

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this film is pretty popular in the indie film circle though

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17 hours ago, The Time Ranger said:

A teenage girl has a curse passed on to her and must survive or pass it on. I remember being proper startled at several moments,  and there's a constant tense atmosphere throughout. Great cinematography and soundtrack too. First horror movie I watched where it clicked with me, this is why people love this genre. It scares without gore, shows doesn't tell which allows for plenty of speculation and theories. Just a good watch.

 

I had it in my head I seen this when it came out. But after watching the trailer and seeing it on another website, I don't actually recall anything from it. I must not have seen it. I think i was mixing it up with Teeth (2007). Looks decent. I'll give it watch. 

 

Kill List looks decent. I like the premise. 

 

Horror isn't my favorite genre at all, either but once a year I get a craving for a good one. And also, I want to eventually make a short horror film to see if I can do it. Or learn from good horror films to implement horror style in a music video or if I was making a drama just learning good horror elements so I can go there if I want to. 

 

Good horror on Neflix is The Ritual. Has anybody seen it?  It's about 4 mates, getting to the age where hiking might be preferable to doing the typical lads pub crawl holiday. So they decide on a trip to Sweden to honour their mutual friend that passed away. Warning: Think the trailer gives too much away. Then again it was a film I watched without knowing anything first. 

 

 

And another British film Calibre 2018. It's a suspense/thriller/horror. It has only 19 reviews on RT but 95% of critics rated it favourably against 73% of the audience. But it's damn good. Best thing about it is it kind of believable and plausible. This film is definitely rooted in or probably inspired by a story from a newspaper of someone that did a despicable thing and couldn't handle the pressure of dealing with that bad thing. 

 

 

39 minutes ago, DownInTheHole said:

this film is pretty popular in the indie film circle though

When I say, lesser-known - I'm just trying to weed out people posting the most popular Hollywood examples or classic Horror like Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Halloween, Freddy Krueger films, IT etc. They don't have to be obscure. Popular indie flicks aren't on the radar for a lot of casual movie fans that will say they love movies but but only really see Hollywood stuff/classics. :) 

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Thejeffster

Sinister (film) - Wikipedia  

 

I don't get scared too easily by horror movies, but this one totally did me in. Especially with the home movie aspect of it, and the music that plays in the background. These two videos on the bottom are the most scariest parts of the movie to me.

 

 

 

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Fender Bender (2016)

 

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This is a cool little 80's throwback slasher that focuses on a 17 year old girl who is stalked and preyed on by a serial killer with whom she got into a fender bender with. The director was inspired by horror mastermind John Carpenter. I thought the movie was good, and I even will go as far as to say that this film is worthy of being a cult-classic.

 

One thing that gets me going back to this movie is the score. Wow This is just 80's synth horror perfection. Just listen to the tracks Hilary Fights Back and Driver's Theme, and then come back and tell me it's not an eerie but catchy soundtrack. 

 

 

 

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17 hours ago, Thejeffster said:

don't get scared too easily by horror movies, but this one totally did me in. Especially with the home movie aspect of it, and the music that plays in the background. These two videos on the bottom are the most scariest parts of the movie to

I'm not easily spooked either but man.. yeah those videos are pretty horrifying. Imaging this after smoking one and the lights off in the middle of the night, haha :D 

 

@Arrows to AthensNice. You can kind of hear Carpenter influences in the music too. You reminded me of another film. Man.. it's so underrated. It's a horror/mystery but it's got dark undertones of humour too. 

 

This film is bizarre. But it's very enjoyable. Not so much spooky but interesting to watch in that genre. 

 

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Arrows to Athens
On 7/8/2020 at 3:18 AM, Thejeffster said:

Sinister (film) - Wikipedia  

 

I don't get scared too easily by horror movies, but this one totally did me in. Especially with the home movie aspect of it, and the music that plays in the background. These two videos on the bottom are the most scariest parts of the movie to me.

 

 

 

Give Lustmord a listen if you want unsettling dark music that sends shivers down your spine. I love listening to dark ambience at night, especially when going for a cruise at night in dark, forested areas. Kammarheit is another good one.

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Lonely-Martin

Oooo, a horror topic. Nice one @Mister Pink

 

I really need to watch more modern horror movies (I love the 70's-90's stuff too much, lol), and I don't really look into too much movie talk or the like to know what is popular or well known aside the odd big hit I couldn't not know about, like the recent IT remakes for example, lol. Cracking movies. But Sinister was a good fun flick for sure, really liked the atmosphere in that movie and Ethan Hawk is a reliable actor I can enjoy too.

 

I caught In The Tall Grass on Netflix not long ago and felt that was ok, not a world beater but a decent gap fill with Patrick Wilson from the Cunjouring universe. Written by Stephen King and another author I forget the name of atm too.

 

Also watched The Last Exorcism and its sequel recently. I really enjoyed the first one but the sequel was naff. It's about a vicar that's lost faith and looks to document how he fakes exorcisms, all shot in a found footage/documentary way, and comes across more than he bargained for, with a pretty cool twist at the end too. Quite enjoyed that one.

 

Of late though, as my kids are old enough to start watching some cool horror flicks more, we've been going through plenty of the classics over lockdown. Freddy, Jason, Michael, Candyman, Chucky, Scream etc and more. The sequels to many of those movies got some stick over the years, but some are so underrated I feel and got written off to easily in places.

 

Ash vs. Evil Dead is a real blast for those that like a good bit of fun with their horror though. Only seen the first 2 seasons, but what a hoot! Bruce Campbell is on fine form here and I highly recommend that show.

 

I did enjoy See No Evil with Kane from the WWE and feel he was very well cast in that role, although it is a bit of a Freddy/Jason rip off, but good fun no less. I think that's an underrated little flick that's probably a lesser known one as was more promoted to wrestling fans really.

 

I do love a bit of Rob Zombie and not sure how popular he is outside the horror fan base, but if anyone hasn't checked out House of 1000 Corpses/The Devil's Rejects and want testing, they should. The first one is just crazy and the sequel is one of those that's just better in every way, a tough watch for some but good music used in the sequel at least. Both inspired by his love of the Texas Chainsaw original classic, which is right up there on my list of favourite movies of all time. Zombie's Halloween was to harshly criticised I felt too, but that was still popular I believe.

 

Anyway, I'll be taking good note of recommendations here and already have a few to catch for sure. Cheers all. :)

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I accidentally posted the wrong track in my previous post on the movie Fender Bender. The first track was supposed to be this:

 

 

This plays during the final battle scene (which I have on my channel). I always come back to this track. 6 minutes of just pure tension and groove.

 

And the first track I posted actually inspired me to add my own twist to it and make my own version of a hypothetical Allyson theme for Halloween, which I recorded on Logic.

 

 

My version, which I turned into a hypothetical Allyson theme:

 

 

What do you guys think?

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Lonely-Martin

Can't lie @Arrows to Athens, that really is my kinda music and really takes me back to my youth. Not just horror scores, but it echoes a bit of Vangellis' Blade Runner score in places too with that 'sprinkling of sound' vibe at the start of the Fender Bender track above. Lovely stuff indeed and I've certainly got to seek that movie out now.

 

I found your take to have a bit of a darker and deliberate feel there, not too unlike to John Carpenter's original feel on H1. Not bad at all.

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Mister Pink
6 hours ago, Lonely-Martin said:

hat really is my kinda music and really takes me back to my youth. Not just horror scores, but it echoes a bit of Vangellis' Blade Runner score in places too with that 'sprinkling of sound' vibe at the start of the Fender Bender track above

I think you know this track all ready but if you like that type of music the arp sound, you might like 2 Boards of Canada tracks of their last album. Boards..' have always made strange and complex music that is drenched in nostalgia and it was hard to pinpoint their influences musically as their samples were from old documentaries from the 70's and 80's as well as old obscure Sesame Street samples. They've been doing this since the 90's. But their last album is a more obvious nod to music that inspired them. One of the tracks is even a nod to Carpenter. The track name is Reach For The Dead. 

 

That arpeggiator (apr/"sprinkling of sound") comes in halfway though. It's glorious. 

 

And it continues into this track where you can hear the arp sound again. It's a really ominous sound. It reminds me of some sort of nuclear fallout. I imagine that helicopter that nearly crashes or does crash after the Chernobyl disaster. 

 

Bonus Boards of Canada music that can fit Horror films..... 

 

This is really kind of spooky this sound. And the one line repeated goes: "although not a follower of David Koresh (David Koresh's name is reversed), shes's a devoted Branch Davidian"  Anyone that knows anything about cults, The Branch Davidians are the ones that had the shoot out with ATF at Waco, Texas. The lyric is in reference to the rightful heir/daughter of the Branch Davidians, Amo Bishop Roden. But she and her muderer husband were evicted by David Koresh Boards of Canada, apparently went to the ranch/compound in Waco and stayed there for a few days with Amo Bishop Roden. That's so f*cked up. They even produced a track and named it after her. Don't get me wrong. Boards of Canada aren't cultists. They're just deeply curious about them and it pops up in their music all the time. 

 



 

 

 

Sticking with cults. This track.. the repeated lyric is "Come out and live in a religious community in a beautiful place out in the country." It's obviously very sinister.  It's even more sinister by the sound of kids laughing in it. It's like a hypnotic propaganda track to entice people into cult. 

 

 

Reason I post these is that if you like sountracky, moody music, inspired by 70's and 80's pop culture and nostalgia with often slightly dark and sinister undertones. Boards of Canada are great for that. 

 

(don't mind going a bit off topic for this thread because it's still relevant to the topic.)

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Lonely-Martin

I'll have to look into playing some of that music a bit louder on my stereo @Mister Pink for sure as my mobile doesn't do it justice. Sounds very eerie and it'll probably spook the Mrs out, lol. She's not a horror fan like me where it can get all creepy, she's more a rock/indie fan, but that sounds pretty cool and I see what you mean about the cult like themes too. I'll definitely be checking that group out soon, cheers!

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Mister Pink
15 hours ago, Lonely-Martin said:

I'll have to look into playing some of that music a bit louder on my stereo @Mister Pink for sure as my mobile doesn't do it justice. Sounds very eerie and it'll probably spook the Mrs out, lol. She's not a horror fan like me where it can get all creepy, she's more a rock/indie fan, but that sounds pretty cool and I see what you mean about the cult like themes too. I'll definitely be checking that group out soon, cheers!

Yeah, it's definitely good stereo or headphone music! But thanks for checking it out. Hope you find some of it enjoyable at least. 

 

Found this on my quest. It was recommended in a blog. But man, it's not safe for work at all. It's disturbing and hilarious. 

 

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The Odyssey

I've been getting super into horror lately, in particular movies which rely on a eerie/unsettling atmosphere to be creepy and make you feel like you're watching a nightmare play out on screen. 

Cure (1997) 

Night Of The Hunter (1955) 

Inland Empire (2006) Lynch's best and most underrated work 

 

 

 

 

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On 7/7/2020 at 1:11 PM, Mister Pink said:

I had it in my head I seen this when it came out. But after watching the trailer and seeing it on another website, I don't actually recall anything from it. I must not have seen it. I think i was mixing it up with Teeth (2007). Looks decent. I'll give it watch. 

 

Kill List looks decent. I like the premise. 

 

Horror isn't my favorite genre at all, either but once a year I get a craving for a good one. And also, I want to eventually make a short horror film to see if I can do it. Or learn from good horror films to implement horror style in a music video or if I was making a drama just learning good horror elements so I can go there if I want to. 

 

Good horror on Neflix is The Ritual. Has anybody seen it?  It's about 4 mates, getting to the age where hiking might be preferable to doing the typical lads pub crawl holiday. So they decide on a trip to Sweden to honour their mutual friend that passed away. Warning: Think the trailer gives too much away. Then again it was a film I watched without knowing anything first. 

 

I've seen this film. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The ending was pretty intense. I don't to give anything away so as to not spoil the film for those who haven't seen it, but I definitely recommend it.

 

If anyone is a sucker for slashers, check out Laid to Rest 1 & 2.

 

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Both of movies have well done gore and practical effects, and their take on this specific serial killer is pretty interesting and unique to say the least. Definitely a must watch for any slasher fan that likes decent gore and brutal kills.

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darthYENIK

Rumplestiltskin (1995)

 

Okay, not one of the best.  It’s quite terrible, actually.  But I’ve been thinking about it lately.  I watched this during a sleepover with my best friend in 1996.

 

It rides the coat tails of Leprechaun, but it’s one of those so bad it’s good movies.

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Frayed (2007)

 

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Another well done slasher. I just watched it last night, and you can tell that it takes huge influence from John Carpenter’s Halloween, especially from the plot in itself. The synopsis goes as follows: A young boy murders his mother during his sister’s birthday party, which ends up in him being institutionalized. He escapes thirteen years later, with his father — who is the town’s sheriff — hunting him down. Very Halloween-esque, eh?
 

The film was quite interesting, to say the least. I really liked it, in fact. There is a very scarily realistic and gory death scene in the film that may give you nightmares for a couple of days. For a film that was made on a shoestring budget with relatively unknown/new actors, they really nailed the special effects with this one. You could tell they really cared about making a quality movie. The way they pulled off this particular death scene was insane. It was also done in one take, or it was rather made to look like it was one take. In fact, the death looked so genuine and realistic that it began to circulate on the Internet on various shock sites and forums, leading many to believe that it was actually real. There’s a video on YouTube on how they managed to execute the whole scene. I was surprised to discover that digital effects were used, but they way they used it was quite smart. The special effects crew deserve an award, for sure.


I’m not gonna say much more, other than the fact that this movie comes off to a very good start for a horror film. If you like slashers and movies that leave you mindf*cked, then this movie will indeed be a great watch, because trust me, this movie will most likely leave you mindf*cked, but also intrigued at the same time. Very few movies make me emotional, and this one kinda did it for me, surprisingly. 

 

As for the realistic death scene, here's how it was done (though I suggest watching the scene beforehand):

 

 

Mind you, this film was actually shot in 2005. It first premiered in 2007, but got an official release in 2009. For a movie that's 15 years old and made on a micro budget, the effects and camera tricks are spectacular and very well done. The fact that they managed to trick many into believing it was real is crazy. It was posted several years ago on the shock site 'Best Gore' as part of a gore compilation. A lot of people in the comments section thought it was real. There have been gifs of the scene on the Internet, making people believe it was real. 

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A personal favourite of mine, The Hitcher (1986) which features an exceptionally chilling performance from the late Rutger Hauer (of Blade Runner). Can't recommend it enough.

 

 

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Algonquin Assassin

I’m not normally into body horror type movies, but I enjoyed Slither...

 

 

 

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i love Breathing Room (2008)

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TheJesus1996

 

I don't see a lot of people talk about this.

Definitely one of the most disturbing films I have seen.

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TheGayOni

Creep (2014) and Creep 2 (2017) - really, really unsettling. Found footage horror done right. No aliens, no zombies, no boogeymen in hockey masks, just the antics of an ordinary, everyday creep. 

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11 hours ago, TheGayOni said:

Creep (2014) and Creep 2 (2017) - really, really unsettling. Found footage horror done right. No aliens, no zombies, no boogeymen in hockey masks, just the antics of an ordinary, everyday creep. 

I loved the first Creep, the second one not so much. I heard they're making a third one. 

 

On 10/3/2020 at 11:43 AM, JokersAreCool said:

The Witch is really great, I like it a lot! Hereditary is awesome too, I recommend it!

 

Hereditary is well known, though. This thread is about films that are less known, independently made, don't have much recognition, etc. 

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On 9/15/2020 at 2:44 AM, TheJesus1996 said:

 

I don't see a lot of people talk about this.

Definitely one of the most disturbing films I have seen.

The Blackcoat's Daughter is somewhat similar, and Emma Roberts is in it so that's also a plus. 

 

 

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Gamarra

Terrifier.

Not a great movie by any means, but I think it's very cool and funny.

 

 

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Christine 1983

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christine_(1983_film)

Christine Horror Movie | Stephen king movies, Fantasy movies, Classic horror  movies 

 

School bullied nerd buys a rotten old car named Christine, fixes it and it turns out to be cursed.

Really good lookin 80s film,,

,,,although strangely for a horror movie It really has no gore at all as all the bloodier kill scenes are not shown. Well actually theres maybe only 2 scenes with blood.

I happened to watched this film from netflix night before first day in car repair/mechanics related vocational tech school, so it fitted to the theme and time perfectly.

 

Christine (1983) - Rotten TomatoesHalloween Horror: Christine (1983) — 3 Brothers Film

 

 

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NaidRaida

Stalker (1979) by Andrei Tarkowski.

 

Not sure if you count that as horror, but it is very nicely shot. Something between horror and thriller maybe, no gore but unsettling on it's own way. Artistic/experimental in some kind of way.

It's freely watchable on YT, uploaded by the company who own the rights, with fifteen kinds of subtitles, that's pretty rare stuff maybe: youtube.com/watch?v=TGRDYpCmMcM

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Mr. Galloway

Speaking as someone who's incredibly picky when it comes to film, horror is one of the last genres I'd watch--next to comedy. However, if the filmmakers manage to do an exceptionally superb job at creating their film, then my curiosity will be captured; The Shining and The Exorcist are prime examples of this. With that said, the last horror film I watched just so happens to be relevant to the this thread's topic. That film is France's 2016 (albeit released into theaters in 2017), Grave--also known as, Raw.

 

 

 

 

Long story short: A vegetarian who tasted meat for the first time in her life begins to crave more of it, including human flesh. Not exactly a contender for an Oscar like the other two horror films I mentioned, and I must admit that the first video is quite narm-y, but it did manage to win prizes and garner near-universal critical acclaim. Personally, I enjoyed it.

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I don't know if it's a lesser known movie, but I didn't hear about it until recently. I guess it's from the same director of "Hereditary".

 

 

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