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Top 10 Non-CGI Horror Movies From Figure

Horror-infused EDM artist Figure is currently on the road on his ‘Terrorvision’ tour, which melds live music performance with a visual backdrop of horror, shock, and obscure cinema. The tour is in support of his latest album, Monsters: Vol. 5, which you can purchase via iTunes.

The next stop on the tour is Peabody’s in Virginia Beach, VA and the tour culminates with a performance at the Republic Live in Austin, TX.

To celebrate this bevy of horror goodness, Figure put together a list of his Top 10 Non-CGI Horror Films!

Figure states:

This is as of this moment… A sort of top 10 of my favorite Non-CGI movies and characters. Not really a “best of” but what I think is awesome and entertaining. It’s so hard to just name ten but not only are these some of my faves most the movies are my go-to comfort movies.

On top of this list, Figure also put together a 30-minute mixtape that he dubs “Tunes For Terror (An Extravaganza Of Horror And Rock & Roll)”. Head on in for everything but be warned, this gets a little NSFW!

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COMMENTS

7 Comments
  • Full Frontal Squashing

    Great list, and all great examples of non-cgi effects. Awesome

  • James

    Certainly an excellent list. Glad Pumpkinhead and House made the cut!

  • Grimphantom

    Nice list but would been more enjoyable explaining why you picked those

    • The descriptions underneath the video are from Figure himself.

      • Grimphantom

        Too short to be honest.

        • He’s a busy, busy guy. I’m sure he wrote what he could based upon his schedule.

  • Mr. Mose

    Frankenstein’s Army as the most recent listed really brought the feel good, happy, cookies & milk, warm, fuzzy vibe for me that CGI really has not offered. Those holy #@&% interactions lost when man meets flesh & blood monster apposed to -the dance of the puppets before the green screen (that right puppets dance for our amusement) following CGI. I really miss the old days, thanks for the list.

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