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[Horrorpack] Horror Recommendations Thread III: Bride of the Son of the Good Stuff

bhu

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It's a thriller with black comedy as opposed to horror, but if you guys haven't seen Assassination Nation yet it might have crossover appeal.
 

Calliope

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https://bloody-disgusting.com/editorials/3569517/best-horror-movies-2019-far/ BD did an editorial on the best horror films of the year so far. Of all of these I haven't heard of St. Agatha, Hagazussa, and the Perfection. Anyone seen them?
Heard of them. Haven't seen them. Haven't heard many reactions to St. Agatha, but I've heard good things about the latter two. Hagazussa is up on Shudder, and I've heard people describe it as having certain similarities to The Witch.
 

AndersGabrielsson

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I'm not sure a Trailer where you often can't figure out what you've just seen is a great approach, even for a horror movie.
It's not that I couldn't tell what was going on in general or from moment to moment, but there seemed to be some ideas in there that weren't obvious which made it a bit cryptic. Anyway, a trailer that long where you can't tell the whole plot is much preferable to the usual kind.
 

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It's not that I couldn't tell what was going on in general or from moment to moment, but there seemed to be some ideas in there that weren't obvious which made it a bit cryptic. Anyway, a trailer that long where you can't tell the whole plot is much preferable to the usual kind.
That's fair.
 
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