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There is a very similar scene in HELLRAISER 2 but I dismissed that scene as u mentioned the series in your question. Just in case- the scene can be found on youtube just type 'hellraiser 2 the mind is a labrinth.'


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This sounds very much like brain dead (1990). Starring bill Paxton and bill Pullman. Bull Pullman and others are constantly experimented on by doctor tinkering with their brain while top of head is removed. Trailer and movie can be found on youtube. Not to be confused with peter jacksons dead alive which is also known as braindead.


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There is a movie on YouTube called two for the money (1972). A scene in the movie has two detectives visit an asylum a female patient in a daze rocks back and forth singing a rthyme with a chorus of "hey nonny,nonny,nonny". Its in the video at the 1hour mark. Could this be it. It has Richard Dreyfuss in it. Shortly after she attempts to stab the detective ...


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I would post this in a comment, but my rep isn't high enough yet: Sounds similar to The Gargoyles from the '70s. They find skeletons and there are flying "demons" (gargoyles) in a cave. That said, the ending doesn't quite match, and the whole movie isn't in the cave. (And it's from the '70s.)


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This sounds a lot like The Ring (1998) or its 2002 remake. Could you have possibly got the dates wrong? Both movies feature a mother trying to save her son from a ghosts curse by uncovering a well beneath a cabin in the woods and finding the ghost girl's corpse.


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The Wicker Man maybe. Original, not Nicolas Cage remake.


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The movie is Amityville part 3. Very creepy scene. The drowned actress is Lori Loughlin:


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Sounds like Visitors from 2003 After six months at sea on an unassisted solo circumnavigation, Georgia Perry's 44-foot sloop is becalmed for several days. Cabin fever sets in, and the border between fact and fantasy begins to distort. But if these are just tricks of the mind, how do these encounters leave Georgia with physical manifestations?


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Sounds like Fertile Ground (2011) Emily and Nate Weaver leave the city for the rural comfort of Nate's ancestral home in the country. Once there, Emily is plagued by horrifying visions and haunted by the ghosts inhabiting their isolated new home. Emily reads through a folder of press cuttings left by the Historical Society and discovers ...


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Well of coarse the saw franchise would be the ultimate answer to this but I'm guessing people want a more obscure answer so I would probably say 'the killing room' or 'exam' << although its not really about dieing but more about being 'disqualified' I strongly recommend those two.. if not then a third option may be a film called 'breathing space' where ...


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Slugs (1988)?. It's a 1988 American/Spanish horror film based on the novel Slugs by Shaun Hutson. A rural town becomes prey to a strain of black slugs spawned from toxic waste dumping. It is up to the local health inspector to stop them. People are dying mysteriously and gruesomely. Only health worker Mike Brady has a possible solution, but his theory of ...


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This sounds very much like a portion of the portmanteau horror film Tales From the Crypt (1972). The portion I am thinking of is called Reflection of Death. The wikipedia plot description explains: Carl Maitland (Ian Hendry) abandons his family to be with Susan Blake (Angela Grant). After they drive off together, they are involved in a car accident....


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When you mentioned a collection of stories and the time I would be lead to belive it may be an episode from the Twilight Zone. Cant find exact episode at the moment.


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Sounds like "Here Comes the Devil" "A married couple lose their children while on a family trip near some caves in Tijuana. The kids eventually reappear without explanation, but it becomes clear that they are not who they used to be, that something terrifying has changed them." Preview:


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Sounds a bit like "Slither" from 2006 in which a slug-like creature slowly takes over a town's population. This blend of black humour and unnerving horror, with its nineteen fifties parodies pays homage to the great B-Movie Sci-Fi genre. Set in modern small town America, when an unsuspecting meteorite drops by and its tiny slug shaped parasitic pilot ...



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