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Sounds like Basket Case 2 from 1990, the sequel to the cult horror film from 1982 about a man who has a murderous, deformed siamese twin called Belial. From IMDb: Duane Bradley and his misshapen, basket-dwelling brother Belial are taken to the city hospital. [...] Duane's long-lost Aunt learns of their situation and, along with her pregnant daughter ...


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House Hunting Upon entering a desert farmhouse, two families discover that every attempt to leave takes them right back in. Stuck in purgatory, they are haunted by the home's former owner, who declares only one clan will be able to call the house their home


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I am unable to comment but I was going to guess it was Feast.


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Not a lot to go on, but this sounds like Bereavement from 2010, the sequel to Malevolence. From Wiki: The film begins with a psychotic maniac named Graham Sutter who offers a little boy with congenital analgesia named Martin Bristol his nephew's bike and kidnaps him. Graham cuts Martin's cheek then proceeds to butcher a young woman in front of Martin. ...


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Sounds like The Haunting in Connecticut from 2009. From IMDb: one family's encounter with the dark forces of the supernatural. When the Campbell family moves to upstate Connecticut, they soon learn that their charming Victorian home has a disturbing history: not only was the house a transformed funeral parlor where inconceivable acts occurred, but the ...


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Possibly Dark Angel: The Ascent from 1994. From IMDb: A demoness from Hell, Veronica Iscariot, uninterested in tormenting the souls of damned sinners, ascends to the world above and finds our world full of evil and corruption. Veronica decides her mission in life is to punish the wicked and evil and goes about this with a bloody vengeance. Along the way ...


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If a subway is featured prominently, this is possibly End of the Line from 2007. From Wiki: The film opens with Karen [...] having a horrific nightmare involving a subway train. The flashback narrative plot follows her trapped in a subway. A Christian doomsday cult [...] has been consuming and distributing hallucinogen-laced muffins that make people see ...


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Could be Return to Salem's Lot from 1987. From IMDb: Joe Weber is an anthropologist who takes his son on a trip to the New England town of Salem's Lot unaware that it is populated by vampires. When the inhabitants reveal their secret, they ask Joe to write a bible for them. There's a scene with a wedding between two small vampire kids, and in the end, ...


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Sounds like Necromancer from 1988. It's about 3 guys who steal exams from a professor's office and then catch and rape a blonde student. She contacts a necromancer (a sort of gypsy woman) to summon a demon and exact revenge on them. The demon wears her form and seduces one of them in a shower before revealing its true self (green eyes, red skin and sharp ...


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That sounds like John Carpenter's remake of The Thing, (1982). Scientists in the Antarctic are confronted by a shape-shifting alien that assumes the appearance of the people that it kills. There is a scene like you describe, with a severed head pulling itself along the floor with a long prehensile tongue. You can watch that clip here.


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You're describing the opening scene of Urban Legends: Final Cut from 2000: A girl panics in a plane full of college students and the guy who sits next to her tries to calm her down with a hammy impression of the gremlin in the Twilight Zone's Nightmare at 20,000 Feet. A couple then head to the bathroom to join the Mile High Club and the girl sees the words ...


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Could be horror film The House By The Cemetery from 1981 (which is Italian, but maybe it was dubbed) about a (bearded) researcher who moves with his wife and little son to a house by a, well, cemetery; There is a scene where his throat is ripped out by a corpse with a green-tinted face in front of his son. Can't place the water scene, but there IS some sort ...


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Okay, if you're after a clunker, it could very well be this one... Plankton (AKA Creatures From The Abyss), a B-movie from 1994. From IMDb: Five teenagers embark on a boating trip off the coast of Florida. The teens get hopelessly lost at sea after they get caught in a fierce storm. Fortunately, the quintet stumble across an abandoned yacht in the middle ...


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I believe the film you want is Cry For the Strangers from 1982. It's about a couple moving to a house on the edge of a cliff in a coastal town. The residents aren't particularly welcoming. Every time there's a thunder/lightning storm someone dies in a mysterious way. Not seen it myself for some time, but it's all to do with ghostly American Indians ...


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Clive Barker had a short story about a man's hands that rebel against him and creates an army. "The Body Politic" by Clive Barker. In this short story, a man's hands rebel against him, deciding to lead a hand revolution. The left hand chops off the right, which scuttles off to recruit other hands to the rebellion. This was made into one half of the movie ...


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Sounds like Quicksilver Highway from 1997. One half of it is based on a Clive Barker story about a man whose hands revolt against him. You can see the scene where many severed hands jump off a roof in the end here: ...


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It might be Grave Encounters. It's about a group of people working for a TV show and they decide to visit an abandoned mental hospital at night that is supposedly haunted and the entities or monsters kill them off one by one. YouTube has a trailer for it here.


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Possibly horror film The Children, but it's from 2008, hardly long ago. It's about a family (teen girl Casey, her mom Elaine, her stepfather and her two young siblings) spending the New Year with Elaine's sister, her husband and their two young children (a boy ans a girl) in a secluded house in the snowy woods. The small children, after being infected with ...



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