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Scary movies are funny? O.O

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Mandy

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who here has seen what are considered "horror" movies but laughed the whole movie through? what made you laugh? what are some movies?
also this can apply to serious movies

my example is i saw the movie Quarantine tonight.. i laughed the whole movie! also or in Snakes on a Plane i can't watch that movie without laughing..
 

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House of 1000 corpses, the devils rejects, every Halloween movie... yep, they're all pretty much gut-busters. LOL! Gut-busters!

Hooray! I inspired a thread!
 

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Saw V. I saw it tonight, we almost didn't get in! We bought tickets for another movie and were going to sneak in, but we saw that there were 4 POLICE MEN! Checking IDs and stubs! We got our tickets refunded and bought the corect tickets with my friend's fake ID. It worked too! We got in, but it was pretty risky!

It was a pretty sick movie! But no doubt was it funny! People can be so stupid!

I like haunted houses, I like to go first in the group and get the most excitement. I can't help but laugh when the actors get stabbed or some shit... But I hate when one of my friends holds my shirt and walks behind me! I usually punch them...
 

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Jason vs. Freddy, now that's a comedy. When I was little I was soo afraid of scary movies and I conqured my fear jus by laughing at the gory scenes then eventually I gotten use to horror movies.
 

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I even made up a slogan for the funny horror movies:

"I'm gown -kill- you."
 

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Army of Darkness and Shaun of the Dead if either of those count...sorta horror/comedy flicks to start with though
 

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Army of Darkness and Shaun of the Dead if either of those count...sorta horror/comedy flicks to start with though
Evil dead 1/2 and Army of Darkness were horror movies but they are seen as more comedic now but the fan cult of ot which i am now a new member of.

As for Shaun of the dead its a romantic comedy with zombies.
 

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House of 1000 corpses, the devils rejects and the hatchet are the only horror movies I ever watch while laughing.
 

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Well, Snakes On A Plane was an awful movie, so I pretty much laughed the whole through that. As far as horror movies go, I laughed pretty hard during Friday the 13th at certain parts. Half of that was due to slight nervous/edginess, but the other half had to do with the fact that the movie was very stupid and predictable at times.
 

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Oh man, time to bring out my movie buff-ness....

I've found that some of the best horror movies that really freak you out are the ones from japan. as far as funny ones, well... most of the old horror films haven't aged well, since what was scary back in the 80's (Nightmare on elm street, Friday 13th, Halloween, and general slasher flicks in general) is rather laughable by todays standards. Horror films nowadays have basically branched off into a new genre of "torture". (Hostel and Saw comes to mind).

Still, It is rather hillarious to see horror films from the 80's. eyeballs was a good squeamish trick to pull off, since people regularly had their eyes pop out, etc, and its always funny to see the "bad" special effects nowadays. :D
 

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When I watched Silence of the lambs i laughed at a couple of scenes, I also laughed at some parts in Noroi (japanese mockumentary horror, really creepy stuff though) and probably some other stuff.
 

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I haven't seen that many horror films, but one that will always stand out in my mind for being hilariously funny is Halloween III: Season of the Witch.

The main bad guy is an Irish dude who owns a factory that produces novelty items, and his nefarious plan is to get kids to wear these Halloween masks whilst watching a certain TV programme, which for some reason causes them to die. To sum up how bizarre and hilarious the plot is more succinctly, here's an excerpt of the Wikipedia synopsis:
Ellie is kidnapped by the men in suits from the factory, and in an attempt to locate her, Challis breaks into the factory. There he discovers that the men in suits are actually androids created by Cochran. Although Challis succeeds in neutralizing one of the androids (Dick Warlock), he is captured by the others, and Cochran reveals his plan to kill children on Halloween night. He explains that the Silver Shamrock trademark on the masks contain a computer chip embedded with a small fragment of a five ton sacrificial stone stolen from Stonehenge. When the Silver Shamrock television commercial airs on Halloween night, the chip will activate, causing the wearers' heads to dissolve and spew insects and snakes.
Yyyyyyyyeah. XD
 

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I laughed through Sweeney Todd, I think that's because I was surprised and how graphic the throat cutting was.
 

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Well some 'horror' films are meant to be funny or tongue in cheek, like Snakes on a Plane or Scream or Final Destination.

I do find really rubbish serious horrors quite funny though, but that's just laughing at poor quality.
I find that a lot of horror films have a sort of twisted humour to them...
 

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Horror movies aren't really my bag. I'm too much of a wuss/wimp/pussy (use whatever term you like) to watch any of those grotesque flicks. Although I have watched some older horror flicks like the original Night of the Living Dead and just laughed at them compared to today's standards. But I can't really bring myself to watch any of the recent films. Especially the Saw movies; they creep me out, and I just can't finish watching any of them.
 
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