I love horror. Not the gruesome type/blood and gore, and I don't like some horrors.
Some of my fine examples are Stephen King's movies/miniseries (The Shining, Bag of Bones), The Ring and Ju On (Japanese versions, U.S versions are not that scary), The Conjuring is one of my favorite so far. I also like crime dramas like Sherlock Holmes. My favorite series (that I have watched three times in a row now) is Criminal Minds.
What I don't like (you will be surprised) is love dramas and comedies (especially sitcoms - these are usually on my last list to watch). I love Jim Carrey but that was it LOL.
I don't mind action but if its too gory..i wont watch it. like if we are watching a movie and its too gross for me..i just wont watch it!!..my hubby, Stephen and Krista all like this movie called "Dreadd"..I wont watch it, after a scene in which 3 bodies slammed onto concrete..i just couldn't watch it anymore!!
I like all kinds of movies. I usually watch light-hearted ones, but I also enjoy historical drama like Call The Midwife, and Shining Through. Once in awhile, I like serious movies. One of my favorites is the Hannibal series. I am fascinated with Hannibal Lector. Of course, anything with Johnny Depp is on my favorites list.
Call The Midwife is a true story about a nurse in the UK who delivers babies in the dock section just outside of London. Red Dragon, Silence of the Lambs, and Hannibal are the three movie about an insane man named Hannibal Lector.
Johnny was such a cutie way back when, and he is even more handsome now. I love all his movies.
Hard to say. It is like my taste of music... just a stroll through the park. I nearly like movis from every genre, but I have to admitt I prefer action and horror. I loved the whole Aliens series (okay except Prometheus). Love Dogma, Escape from New York (Carpenter movies in general ). But I bought a collection of old Charlie Chaplin silent movies a few weeks ago. Ah and Quentin Tarantino movies, Django was great. And martial arts, like Hero or Red Cliff. You see, just a stroll through the park. A little bit of everything.