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Old 11th April 2012, 05:42 PM
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Question Your Favourite Horror Film from 1925

1925 is another of the more tougher years from the 1920s to decide on a favourite, but my vote goes to...



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The Lost World
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Old 11th April 2012, 06:44 PM
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As I can't think of any others from this year, I've got to agree with you there, my second favourite adaption of Leroux's novel after the Argento one...just kidding I mean the Robert Englund version.
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The Lost World, without a shadow of a doubt. A fantastic movie (maybe not a real Horror flick, but definitely the predecessor of all monster flicks) with outstanding stop-motion and a great story.

Phantom of the Opera suffers from the boring Gaston Leroux novel. But: Lon Chaney is excellent, and the movie itself is nevertheless great.

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Phantom of the Opera suffers from the boring Gaston Leroux novel. But: Lon Chaney is excellent, and the movie itself is nevertheless great.

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I agree, it's nowhere near as good as the other Gothic classics
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Old 11th April 2012, 09:38 PM
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The Lost World, without a shadow of a doubt. A fantastic movie (maybe not a real Horror flick, but definitely the predecessor of all monster flicks) with outstanding stop-motion and a great story.

Phantom of the Opera suffers from the boring Gaston Leroux novel. But: Lon Chaney is excellent, and the movie itself is nevertheless great.

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What the Prince said, I can't really add anything to that.
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I have only seen the phantom of the opera
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One thing that makes Phantom of the Opera great has to be the colour scene
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