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    Horror Movie's Like to Purchase Digitally

    70's Horror:
    *Don't be Afraid of the Dark (1973)
    *Wickerman: Director's Cut (1973; 100 min.)
    *Burnt Offerings (1976)
    *Alice Sweet Alice (1976)
    *Susperia (1977)
    *Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)

    80's:
    Manhunter: Director Cut (1986)
    White of the Eye (1987)
    The Vanishing (1988)

    Asian Horror:
    Ringu Bundle in HD: Ringu (1998); Spiral (1998); Ringu 2 (1999); Ringu 0: Birthday (2000)
    Juon Bundle in HD: Katasami and 4444444 (1998 shorts as extra?); Juon the Curse 1+2 (2000); Juon: The Grudge (2002) Juon Grudge 2 (2003): Juon White Ghost Black Ghost (2009)
    *Dark Water (2002)
    *The Eye (2002)
    *The Eye 2 (2004)


    Random:
    *Black Water (2008)
    *Absentia (2011)
    *Entrance (2012; low budget but original maybe advertise with others?)
    *Simon Killer (2012)

    Unknown (Update: I found it)
    *A 2000's perhaps Asian film with a mummy. There's a lake archeologists are mining bringing stuff up to the surface. The movie involves the mummy coming to life towards the end. I wish could recall the name of this.

    #2
    Few more:

    The Descent (2005; Unrated Version with Different Ending)
    Thale (2012)
    The Conspiracy (2012)

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      #3
      The Fog (1980)

      Come Back to Me (2014)

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        #4
        Demon Wind (1989) !!!!

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          #5
          +1 original Suspiria

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            #6
            Would love to see the Original Japanese version of the Grudge from 2004 in HDX. Sadly, only in SD.

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              #7
              The Burning (1981)-Corny B-movie where killer a burn victim (poor taste choosing this scenario making extra morbid) carrying around pair of sheers at a summer camp. The scene with the supposedly empty canoe in the middle of the lake I think most will remember even if poorly cut together it jumps out at you on old filmstock playing on projector. The way the scene plays out in series of quick cuts not really realizing everything makes it all the more memorable.

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                #8
                Found the unknown asian (South Korean) mummy movie above!

                Loft (2005; also called Rofuto)-A writer suffering writer's block and some odd ailments moves to countryside villa at editor's beckoning to work on her next novel. Her next door neighbor is a professor moving a mummified corpse into his university lab. Needless to say things go south from there.

                Others:
                The Loft (2008 Belgium film not 2010 dutch or 2015 american remakes)-Totally different movie than asian horror movie right above and not so much horror but want see this one too. This is a whodunnit when a group of adults find a dead woman in a loft wondering which of them is responsible for the crime.

                Julia's Eyes (2011 Spanish Horror)-A murder by unknown assailant. The central female character is slowly going blind but senses a dark presence close by.

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                  #9
                  1979-Tourist Trap

                  2005-Reincarnation

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                    #10
                    2011-Penumbra

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                      #11
                      Faster Pussycat Kill! Kill! (1966) ; a suspense/thriller not so much horror

                      Eyes without a face (1960)

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                        #12
                        2001-shadow of the vampire

                        Dang every movie I search for not on vudu. Lol

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                          #13
                          1980-Alligator (mutant alligator in sewers)
                          2005-the maid (asian horror holiday movie)

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                            #14
                            If you are talking about Black Water the Aussie crocodile movie, it's available via Mobile Disc-to-Digital, if you have access to the DVD or Blu-ray.

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                              #15
                              Yep, I was able to get Black Water on via
                              disc2digital. Only one I have had luck with.

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