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Movie Shout Outs - Favorite Horror Film - Responses

It's Movie Shout Out Sunday Time! Yesterday's question was:

What is your Favorite horror movie to watch with friends?


As we are coming to expect, you all gave us some great responses.

We here at Movies You May Have Missed now have a few new horror movies on our to-watch-list!

Check out the responses below:

Shawn of the Dead (2004) Yvonne B. via Email

Cube (1997) @hidama via Twitter

My favorite horror film to watch with friends is Bubba Ho-tep (2002), more people need to to be made to watch that film! @nikmortimer via Twitter

Braindead (Dead Alive) (1992), not really scary (as far as I can remember) but just over the top gory fun. @rvparera via Twitter

The Blair Witch Project (1999) on a portable dvd player whilst on a camping trip. @Nebuchanezer via Twitter

Phantasm (1979) Rich B via Email

Halloween(1978) is my all time fav, but more of a personal one than one with friends. Michael Myers was my boogieman at 5. @shimoroka via Twitter

DEAD ALIVE (1992). no fuckin question. DEAD ALIVE Michael Fischer via Facebook

I'd say Ju-on (2002).. Worked with someone who got me hooked on Japanese horror.. She later moved to japan.. Lucky..Original that was later made into the Grudge with Buffy and Joxer.. ;) @DangerShoes via Twitter

More slapstick but Evil Dead 2 (1987) is a shitload of fun. @PabloCortez via Twitter

Lamberto Bava's DEMONS( 1985)! The best 80's slasher pic evah!! Multi-ethnic cast & Zombies take over Berlin. Who could ask for anything more? Masasa M. via Facebook

Friday the 13th(1980) or Nightmare on Elm Street (1984). Modern slashers suck. @shimoroka via Twitter

Prom Night III: The Last Kiss (1990) Adam B. via Facebook

Jason X (2001) because it's actually the funniest film ever made. @alexlyons via Twitter

Dawn of the Dead (1978) Felix O. via Facebook

Deathproof (2007). The replayed crash scene in the middle and the ending where Stuntman Mike gets his get great reactions from new viewers. @Kenzie20 via Twitter

Army of Darkness (1992) because Bruce Campbell is THE MAN! Juan and Marie from MYMHM (we both love it!)

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