Damn, "Frailty", "Hard Candy", just when I compiled a list you guys, as always, come up with others great ones I forgot.
Anyway, horror-movies that made me do some serious thinking and/or really touched me emotionally . . .
I definitely have to start off with these two . . .
Devil's Advocate and
in another thread people were talking about Stephen King movies that brought these two to mind . . .
Storm Of The Century
then there's . . .
Butterfly Effect (Wolfman, you read my mind)
Flowers In The Attic
Tales From The Hood
Day Of The Dead (the one made in the 80's)
Other honorable-mentions are "Cube Zero", "SE7EN", "Exorcist 3" (Wolfman, you did it again), "Constantine", "Stigmata", "The Sixth Sense", "Cry Wolf", "Surrogates", "Island Of Lost Souls", "Carnival Of Souls", "People Under The Stairs", "The Island", "Taxi Driver", "The Philadelphia Experiment", "Galaxy of Terror (1981)", "Natural Born Killers", "The Box" and a movie made a few years ago, of which I can't remember the title, where scientists invented a complex that takes people back in time for sport and in an instants somebody messed up and the present-day kept changing . . . for the worse.
Also I'd like to list a few that may not be considered "real horror-movies" . . .
Night Of The Hunter
The Thirteenth Floor
The Handmaid's Tale
Heart Of Atlantis
The Machinist (this film shows you what guilt can do if you don't try to make some kind of amends)
Murder, Live (a seriously tragic look into the television/entertainment industry)
Salem Witch Trials (this movie shows how really gullible and reckless people can be and easily get carried away based on fear . . . uhm, did someone say "Homeland Security, Patriot Act, Iraq Invasion")
September Dawn (it was real tragic how those people got setup and slaughtered then it was falsely blamed on an Indian attack)
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