Video: 100 Greatest Horror Movie Quotes of All Time


(Youtube Direktbeafraid, via Geeksaresexy)

Nette Auswahl für eine Topliste der 100 besten Zitate aus Horrorfilmen. Ich hätte hier und da andere ausgewählt, aber das geht schon klar, so insgesamt.

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  1. jansenfab

    Was?! Gar kein Zitat aus Shawn of the Dead…?

  2. JMK

    schon der Beginn ist mit Session 9 gut gelungen, nice one

  3. Fuxxe

    Kann mir jemand sagen, welcher Film das bei 10:00 ist, wo der Typ im Spinnennetz hängt?

  4. Renington Steele

    @ Fuxxe: Das ist das Original von „Die Fliege“ von 1958:

  5. Fuxxe

    Cool, vielen dank! Werd ich mir mal besorgen müssen denk ich! Is mir bisher irgendwie anscheinend immer durchgerutscht :)

  6. Rock Strongo

    Schön, aber da möchte ich doch mal mein Lieblingszitat ergänzen, aus “From Hell”:
    Jack the Ripper: There, there Netley. I shall tell you where we are. We’re in the darkest region of the human brain, a radiant abyss where men go to find themselves.
    Netley, the Coachman: I don’t understand, sir.
    Jack the Ripper: Hell, Netley. We are in hell.

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