View Full Version : Horror films should be prohibited!



Stockhausen Von Ulm
02-04-2010, 07:26 PM
I have recently come across several descriptions of some asian horror film, an I was terrified. Personally I am don't watch horror films, but I did not mind existence of some hollywood films like "the nightmare on the elm street" or similar ones. Those are primarily thrillers, they do not focua on blood and physical thing, but they focus on suspense. Moreover I do like very much suspense film like those of Hitchcock's...
But I have realized that most of the contemporary horro films tend to concentrate on violence, blood and physical things. This is appaling - this is perversion and makes people perverted I think. It affect negatively people's minds, and especially those people who are rather morally weak. Especially asian films seem to be the most violent ones as I have notice.
Not a surprise. the Japanse, especially during WWII were very fomuos for practicing and inventing all kinds of inhumane tortures, that even some nazis were terrified by (though there were equally perverted nazis as well) The asians seem to enjoy toruring people and do it for fun. fortunately they don't have an opportunity to practice anything on war prisoners, so they put it in movies now. And they sell those movies abroad as well.
Surely there is enough of sick people abroad as well, bot only in asia, but culturally civilization seems to restrain such people on the west, where in asia it is acceptable to be a sadist. (I have also hear stories how they enjoy torturing animals before they kill them). And through the films the now spread sadism everywhere and destabilize many sick people in the west as well.

wellbalancedmarketing
13-04-2010, 03:21 PM
yeah asian ones are over the top, but prohibited i don't know

watch0912
11-05-2010, 01:57 AM
If you have weak heart then you are sure to get nightmares but if you know what the exact meaning of these horror movies is then you should not consider anything bad about them..

jejemon
22-05-2010, 11:30 AM
Well I am not a fan of the horror film either. I don't understand the people who enjoyed it.
I can't appreciate the excitement that it brings to every viewers. The latest movie that I
saw was Paranormal Activity and it doesn't impress me at all. That movie is all lies!

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crazyjack
21-07-2010, 12:17 AM
I don't like horror films and I can't appreciate also.
people enjoy to watch horror movie.
i think it should not prohibited.
but children should not see horror movie.

Laway9
19-08-2010, 12:04 PM
Some of the plots and situations people are dreaming up for horror movies are pretty horrendous. I shutter to think what they'll be doing in the horror genre in 20 years if the stuff today is this repulsive!

aldorathomas
31-08-2010, 12:58 AM
There are two movies I just watched back to back and came close to my personal list of banned terror movies. I begin by saying that if true, a truly great horror film, Silent Night, Night is so deadly seriously distorted as expected, so be prepared. I recently met with several descriptions of some Asian horror films, I was terrified.

msures
23-10-2010, 01:54 PM
I also can't handle horror movies...I just don't watch them!

MosaikProject
23-03-2011, 06:29 PM
Don't like.
Don't watch.
Makes sense to me.

albert01
05-04-2011, 02:48 AM
I like every category of films and i don`t want to like to prohibited the horror films.

BradL
09-05-2011, 12:25 AM
The only way I can see horror movies messing up somebodies mind, is if they are too young to understand that what is happening isn't real, and couldn't happen. So the solution there would be, in my opinion, not to prohibit everybody from seeing it, but, (and this one is a no brainer:P ) keep your 3 year olds away from it.

cailean
12-05-2011, 03:53 PM
I think that the "torture-porn" phase that horror movies were going through is pretty much finished. SAW was the epitamy of those types of films and they've stopped making them (although the first one is GREAT and hardly gory at all...)

massonspy
12-05-2011, 09:33 PM
If they are popular that means that there is a demand for such movies.. and it will be very hard to ban them

Zap
12-05-2011, 10:08 PM
Why even consider banning them?
If you don't like them, don't watch them. Simple.

islander14
07-06-2011, 11:02 AM
they are good, just keep away from young people

Zara Miller
21-09-2011, 05:12 AM
Why even consider banning them?
If you don't like them, don't watch them. Simple.

agreed.


But I have realized that most of the contemporary horro films tend to concentrate on violence, blood and physical things. This is appaling - this is perversion and makes people perverted I think. It affect negatively people's minds, and especially those people who are rather morally weak. Especially asian films seem to be the most violent ones as I have notice.

Anyways, if they have seen movies like Ninja Assasin and Rambo (the uncut version - they cut it in HBO), they would see that it also shows a lot of blood and guts which can be horrific too for the young ones.

Anyways, I enjoy watching horror films when I'm with family or friends but not when I'm alone. It creeps me out but if you look at the stories, they have very good twists actually.

Samba-Jane
27-10-2011, 06:56 AM
Don't like.
Don't watch.
Makes sense to me.

super agree
some people just want some adrenaline pumping through their bloodstream (just like me!) ;)

lvteos234
27-10-2011, 04:56 PM
There should definetely be better warnings and control over these. You cant outlaw them because that is against individual freedoms, however someone should never mistakenly go see a movie and find that it contains in it scenes that would be considered as such. I know that this has happened before where people go see a movie that's supposed to be 'PG' only to find that it is an 'R' rater movie. This has got to be fixed

Redhotpengy
07-01-2012, 09:09 AM
There should definetely be better warnings and control over these. You cant outlaw them because that is against individual freedoms, however someone should never mistakenly go see a movie and find that it contains in it scenes that would be considered as such. I know that this has happened before where people go see a movie that's supposed to be 'PG' only to find that it is an 'R' rater movie. This has got to be fixed

That's why you see a trailer first.

Redhotpengy
07-01-2012, 09:11 AM
Honestly, if you don't like horror films, don't watch them. Not everyone has the same tastes as you though. Me personally, I don't care for bloody or disgusting horror films. But there are some decent ones that really get your heart pumping like The Shining. Here in Toronto, we are not Nazi. Appreciate other peoples opinions.