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Old 10-02-2013, 08:41 PM   #1
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I need recommendations for horror films, such as the Night of the Demons' remake, Tremors, From Dusk till Dawn, Demon Knight, and (of course) Evil Dead, totally gonzo, perhaps a bit of cute female nudity, a good mix of humor and chills, preferably ones available on Netflix.

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All of them? Nah, I'm talking about horror movies that have that perfect blend of camp, humor, action, and scares, and a lot of the films that combine all of those elements aren't that good.
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Check out Brain Dead/Dead Alive it is a shit load of fun.

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I need recommendations for horror films, such as the Night of the Demons' remake, Tremors, From Dusk till Dawn, Demon Knight, and (of course) Evil Dead, totally gonzo, perhaps a bit of cute female nudity, a good mix of humor and chills, preferably ones available on Netflix.

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All the movies you listed center around groups of people trapped together and have to work with one another.

Evil Dead1&2 - trapped in a cabin
Demon Knight - trapped in a motel/hotel
From Dusk till Dawn - trapped in a bar
Night of the Demons - trapped in a house
Tremors - trapped in desert like area

So you'd probably like these:

Chopping Mall - trapped in a mall
Gremlins 2 - trapped in an office building
Slaughter High - trapped in a school (you'd prob like this one the best)
Alien - trapped on spaceship
Aliens - trapped on spaceship
Alien 3 - trapped on spaceship
Hell Night - trapped in mansion
The Descent - trapped in caves

Hope that helps!
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The Lost Boys.

Very camp, humurous, some great gore and a great cast.
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This may be a bit too extreme, but I recommend Troma's films.

Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead
the Toxic Avenger
Terror Firmer
Father's Day

Extremely over-the-top gore/violence and very little restraint when it comes to anything at all.
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All the movies you listed center around groups of people trapped together and have to work with one another.



Aliens - trapped on spaceship
Alien 3 - trapped on spaceship


Hope that helps!
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Aliens, was trapped on a planet
Alien3, was trapped in a prison in the future on another planet

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