Good Horror/Comedy movies.

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  1. Falconkick

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    Lets hear some. Been a fan of 80's cheese for years. primarily dark horror/comedy movies.
    Blood Sucking Pharaohs in Pittsburgh
    Blood Diner
    Brain Damage
    The Vagrant
    Bordello of Blood
    Dead Heat
    Street Trash to name a few..Basket Case series. what are some of your guys favorites
     
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    Not much of a fan of horror comedy, but Ravenous was ok.
     
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    Yea that was a really cool movie actually. Good post. Trippy soundtrack too.
     
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    Shaun of The Dead
    Evil Dead 2
    Dead Alive
     
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    Some people don't like Cabin in the Woods but I enjoyed it.
     
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    Never seen it. Hoping to hear some good underground titles more so. Evil Dead 2 and dead alive are good though regardless. Is Evil Dead 2 the one where hes like "hell the only thing that works in this damn car is the horn" then he honks the horn people wave and he yells "go to hell i wasn't honking at you" been years but that was classic
     
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    Dog Soldiers



    Full film is on youtube.

    Also, Black Sheep



    Yes, it's a real film!
     
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    Creepshow 1 and 2 are classics. In both are slivers of comedy mixed in with horror.
     
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    I always preferred the second Creepshow. Cooler stories I thought. well atleast more kinda campy 80's stories. the lake one is awesome.
     
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    Great stuff. Yeah, the lake one was probably my favorite.
     
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    Man if i remember correctly? dont they smoke a joint on the warf. like...swim? with a joint and smoke it there. cant remember exactly i got that shit on VHS and DVD gonna have to check it out again soon
     
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    American Psycho doesn't really fall into either of those categories per se, but I feel like it definitely has elements of both genres.

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    Indeed they did. Here's the end of that one.


     
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    Yea for shore it does it is a very smooth blend of it all really. one of a kind film. heard it has nothing on the book though. which is usually the case. its weird unless its Clive barker I dont read much books lol.
     
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    I liked Slither and Cabin Fever 2
     
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    Dude. Both Cabin fevers are awesome. but wow. I've seen way too many horror movies. I am completely desensitized. Getting in my car at 4 am every morning to go to work is repeatedly. a terrifying experience for me. lock the door as soon as i get in check the back. I know ive seen too many horror flicks i just love em.

    But Cabin Fever 2...damn. that was one of the grossest movies I seen of them all. Wow was that ever nasty.
     
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    Clive Barker is such a great author, I kind of wish someone would hire a top level director to do an adaptation of Imajica, or perhaps Weaveworld.
     

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