Ummm...shouldn't this be the other way round? :-D Blessings (and don't let those zombies get you!) Victoria
Haha! I've been a big fan of the horror/fantasy genre most of my life, so it makes sense - to me :)And, I can't stand MasterChef.
I don't know who MasterChef is, but I'm not a fan of cooking shows in general. Probably because I've yet to find a good vegetarian cooking show! Vicki, the list of movies you made has some of my favorite movies on it, especially the 1963 version of The Haunting. And, What Lies Beneath scared the bejeebies out of me the first time I saw it, I think, in part, because I was so used to thinking of Harrison Ford as a 'good guy.' But the part where Pfeiffer and her friend are having a seance in the bathroom gets me every time because I never remember that the dog slams the door! How come I can remember it now, but not when I'm watching the movie? Annoying... Blessings, Victoria
MasterChef is a trendy cooking show. I don't like the rubbish, over the top "reality" drama that goes on. And... I'm also a vego, so I hate seeing meat and the dead animals being hacked up and prepared for the table.Nice to know we share the same taste in movies ;)
Haha! This is really cool :)Another horror genre fan! I was just chatting to Erin (who posts on my blog) yesterday as she loves horror as well. She suggested Blair Witch Project is a good one for a non-horror-watcher-not-since-teenage-years to watch. Do you have any suggestions?
I sure do!In the middle of cooking tea then taking Jack for a walk - will get back to you with a list :)
I watch the truly scary stuff, so I won’t mention them here. But these are mildly scary films – great for cuddling with partner on the couch with popcorn in hand.Here are just a few to choose from. I could’ve made a much longer list :)Zombieland – good funShaun of the dead – also good funThe Others – nice little creepy gothic-styleSession 9 – think old abandoned hospital/asylum atmosphereThe Haunting – only see the 1963 B&W classic, not the later oneThe Sixth Sense – these three are M. Night Shyamalan’s better onesSigns - "The Village - "The Changeling – a classic.What Lies Beneath – nice psychological thrillerPans Labyrinth – fantasy/thriller - one of my favourites, produced by Guillermo del ToroThe Devil's Backbone – deliciously creepy (subtitles) also Guillermo del Toro The Orphanage – (subtitles) another Guillermo del ToroNosferatu – F.W. Murnau’s MAGNIFICENT B&W silent classic – really old. My favourite original vampires.Alien – of course, everyone should see thisDawn of the Dead – remake of George A. Romero’s classicThe Innocents – one of the best B&W suggested horror. ChillingThe Walking Dead – if you’d like to get invested in long running seasons… I’m a big fanThe Mist (2007) – from Frank Darabont, creator of The Walking DeadInterview with the Vampire – if you can dig Tom CruiseI have many more suggestions. Wait before you move on to The Grudge, The Ring (Japanese versions are great) and of course, others like The Exorcist :)
Love it. And love that you watch what suits, rather than what is 'fashionable'. And am not surprised.
I'm with you. Age shouldn't define our preferences :)
So lovely to catch up with you after our travels! We go back a few days ago after a wonderful time with family and days out & about. :o) Spooky... love this... LOL! There's no age limit on prefereneces, I think... we like what we like! ;o) Happy Days, my friend ((HUGS))
Very glad you made it home safe and sound, Tracy. Hope you had a lovely time. Looking forward to reading about your trip.We do indeed like what we like :)xx
Last year my niece kept talking about how great "The Walking Dead" was and I said that I doubted that a show about Zombies could be good. After she kept pestered me about it, I finally rented the series from the library. OMG! Talk about addicted! One of the best shows EVER! I haven't seen this last season yet (the library doesn't have it yet) but I'm scared to death that I'm going to see or read a spoiler! LOL! Seriously, who would have thought I'd love a show about Zombies.and "What Lies Beneath"? I have watched that movie so many times and I still get scared!The movie Signs? I think I could recite every line to it. Yeah, kinda loved that too.and The Sixth Sense, when that little kid has to go to the bathroom...wait a minute, I need to go turn on another light..............OK, I'm back now -Yep, love those all.The Village, I liked it but I figured it out way too early. I hate when that happens.
All good mid-range scares there for sure.I wouldn't even recommend The Conjuring to people until they're well and truly seasoned in the genre :)I was the same with The Village, but it's a nice harmless "suggested" horror film.Glad to meet another TWD fan. All caught up now and looking forward to season 5 in October. Morgan will return... yay!
Zombie Chefs?I bet they were cooking brains. Crumbed and fried, or perhaps poached in a garlic sauce.
I bet zombie chefs would specialise in brains... cooked any way :)
I've not yet seen The Walking Dead,I'll see if I can find it somewhere, maybe my daughter has it, she's got just about everything.Not a huge fan of Tom Cruise, but Interview with the Vampire is pretty good. Have you seen The Devil's Advocate with Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino? Or Constantine? Also has Keanu Reeves
Definitely hooked on The Walking Dead. The early seasons would be on DVD for sure.Constantine was interesting. And I enjoyed Interview, because I like most vampire movies. Except the Twilight series...
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