My Horror Collection: H

 

Hair Extensions (Sion Sono, 2007)

I reviewed this one in a video, I had to buy it as I had no other way to stream it. It’s definitely not my favorite Japanese horror, but it is unique, I will give it that!

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Halloween (John Carpenter, 1978)

A classic and, naturally, my favorite of the franchise!

Halloween (Rob Zombie, 2007)

I have said it many times and I will say it again, although this remake is flawed in many ways, I still can’t help but enjoy it. What can I say? I’m a huge Rob Zombie fan, and you have to admit, the dude that plays Michael in this movie is massive and fucking terrifying!

The Hallow (Corin Hardy, 2015)

A fun, scary take on the fairy/fae lore and we love a good folklore horror here at Nightmare Maven headquarters! And I did not realize this was directed by Corin Hardy who is starting to make a name for himself in horror. Hardy directed the upcoming Conjuring spin-off, The Nun (2018) and was going to direct the Crow remake.

Hangman’s Curse (Rafal Zielinski, 2003)

This is an awful movie in so many ways, but I used to watch the crap out of it when I was younger. I was informed semi-recently, though that the movie is based on a Christian fiction title by the same name. I guess that explains why they talk about God so much in this movie … I never did put that together.

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Happy Death Day (Christopher B. Landon, 2017)

I love this movie, I don’t care what anyone says. Tree is an awesome female character that I hope to see more of in the horror genre in the future. You can watch my review of it here.

Hatchet III (Adam Green, 2013)

Why do I have Hatchet III and none of the others? Horror Pack.

The Haunting in Connecticut (Peter Cornwell, 2009)

Another movie that I watched so much back when it first came out. Correct me if I am wrong, but I feel like this movie kind of revived the “based on a true story” movies that have to do with hauntings. I feel like the last big one movie that came before this one was The Amityville Horror, but then after Connecticut, stuff like The Conjuring came out and became super popular.

Hellraiser/Hellraiser II (Clive Barker, 1987/Tony Randel, 1988)        

I got this in a Horror Pack, I tolerate the first one, don’t like the second one.

The Hills Have Eyes (Alexandre Aja, 2006)

A perfect example of remaking a classic but updating it for a new audience. You can watch my review of the original and the remake here!

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Horns (Alexandre Aja, 2013)

I had no idea this was directed by Aja until just now and I even think I reviewed this movie? I’m not sure. I don’t remember hating it, but it is different and not for everyone, I will say that. However, as a die-hard Harry Potter fan, I will support anything Radcliffe does.

Hostel/Hostel II (Eli Roth, 2005/2007)

Another Horror Pack addition. I have never seen the remake yet, the first one still turns my stomach, so I have never had the courage to go back for more.

The House at the End of the Street (Mark Tonderai, 2012)

I saw this simply because of Jennifer Lawrence, it’s an ok movie. You can see the twist coming from a mile away.

The Houses October Built (Bobby Roe, 2014)

A semi-recent October movie-watching tradition. AND a found footage movie that I actually like! Watch my review of this movie here.

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The House of the Devil (Ti West, 2009)

Another favorite! I’m not sure if I reviewed it on my channel, but if I did I will link it. I also wrote an in-depth article about this movie on Morbidly Beautiful, which I will link here.

The Howling (Joe Dante, 1981)

A classic! I think I got this in a Horror Pack, I don’t remember now, either way, I’m glad to have it in my collection.

Hunger (Steven Hentges, 2009)

I got this as a blind bargain purchase at Best Buy forever ago. NOT a fan.