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Scary Movies, Which movie(s) scared you?
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post Sep 2 2006, 12:28 PM
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The beginning of Hostel, was a soft-core porno. Nothing special, it wasn't really scary; just creepy.


I said this before, i think.

The Hills Have Eyes, was the only 'scary' movie that actually made me jump a few times...


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post Sep 30 2006, 12:02 PM
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When i was very little, i saw "Total Recall"(1990) with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Since then i feel seek, seeing people/characters with the eyes coming out from their orbits...


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post Oct 1 2006, 06:05 AM
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The 6th Sense. Classic. ph34r.gif

Also, it wasn't that scary, but The Brothers Grimm freaked me out. I was scared to wipe my face for fear that my features would go down the drain and suddenly transform into a freakish water monster, if not a gingerbread mud monster. I went to bed dreaming about horse-eating kids afterwards.


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post Oct 1 2006, 12:18 PM
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The Brothers Grimm, ohmy.gif yeah, that was rather creepy and scary, but still GREAT!


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post Oct 9 2006, 02:47 PM
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Saw, and Hostile. To tell the truth, though, the Saw didn't seem so scary to me when watching it, but it gave me nightmares. I don't know why movies like these aren't rated NC-17. An R rating is obviously not appropriate, because it suggests that kids can watch if supervised by thier parents. Stupid rating board.


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post Oct 12 2006, 08:04 PM
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Well, I just got back from going to see 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Begining', and it made me jump in a few places... Better then the remake of the 1st one in my opinion blink.gif


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post Oct 14 2006, 05:09 AM
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sleepy hollow (johnny depp) - i couldnt sleep for days! @.@
the others (nicole kidman) - one of the best scary films ive ever seen.

red eye (rachel mcadams, cillian murphy) wasnt that scary, but it gave me serious heart palpitations. hahaha ^^;
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post Oct 14 2006, 06:16 AM
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So far I seen:

Darkness Falls

Dream Catcher

Exorcist <--- This I watched in Elementary school.

Grudge

Texas Chainsaw Massacre(However it's spelled)

and...

Silent Hill I liked Dawn of the Dead better though

I think there's more, but I can't remember.


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post Oct 30 2006, 02:55 AM
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The Changeling...best scariest ghost story...EVER!
The Ring
The Haunting (the original)
Horror of Dracula (Sir Christopher Lee RULES!)
From Hell
Mimic
Ghost Story
The Relic
The Sixth Sense
Jaws
Sleepy Hollow
Dreamcatcher
The Others
The Grudge (both versions)
The Fog (both versions)
Ghost Ship
Jurrasic Park...why? T-Rex and Raptors got begesus out of me!
Alien
Dog Soldiers
25 Days Later
Event Horizon

....all except so called teen slashers movies.

QUOTE(beyondredemption @ Oct 9 2006, 01:47 PM) *
Saw, and Hostile. To tell the truth, though, the Saw didn't seem so scary to me when watching it, but it gave me nightmares. I don't know why movies like these aren't rated NC-17. An R rating is obviously not appropriate, because it suggests that kids can watch if supervised by thier parents. Stupid rating board.


Yup. MPAA rating board sucks!!!

And you spelled Hostile is wrong. It's HOSTEL biggrin.gif


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post Jan 4 2007, 10:04 PM
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When I was 3 years old I watched "American werewolf in london." At night. Which lead to my phobia/love of werewolves. So I watch alot of them in movies like:

Ginger Snaps 1,2 and 3 (my favorite horror movies)
The beast of bray road
American werewolf in london
American werewolf in paris

I can't remember the others. I like to laugh at some horror movies too. Like:

The grudge. The chick looks like Micheal Jackson.

Seed of chucky. In the beggining when he grabbed the knife, I thought he just wanted a piece of cake.

Zombie movies scare me too. Like, the rated R ones. But hey, I'm still not even a teenager what do you expect?? I wrote a KakashiXSakuraXKakashi story. If you click on the top link on my sig, it's called "Curse of the Lycanthrope." and the sequal "Curse of the Lycanthrope 2" which I now realise I must update. The first one has a lime in the last chapter. I also just realized that my rank changed from citizen to apprentice.

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post Jan 9 2007, 08:37 PM
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QUOTE(hitokiri @ Dec 8 2004, 03:50 PM) [snapback]51415[/snapback]
2 words.... event horizon. none of the shockin you crap its just a giant cocoon of fear.

Ooh, I only saw parts of that movie but I liked it. I wouldn't say it was that scary and junk, but I thought it was interesting. I should definitely give that movie a full viewing.

QUOTE(What, no bacon? @ Dec 8 2004, 08:27 PM) [snapback]51545[/snapback]
Zombie/Gore flicks don't scare me at all.


I would agree. Those types of movies really suck. They have no plot and there are only so many ways to gut a human and crap. I don't like slashers or movies that are just pure gore. I do watch some scary movies like The Exorcist and stuff, though. The Omen was good. Seven and the Hannibal series is also good. Cause they actually have plots, zomg. What an alien concept.

QUOTE(Quistis88 @ Dec 8 2004, 08:31 PM) [snapback]51551[/snapback]
I'm not really scared by horror movies. I even saw the Japanese version of "The Grudge". Sure, it was a little creepy, but nothing overly scary. I actually laughed throughout most of it. I also did that during "Signs".


Haha, I thought the Grudge (only saw American) was pretty lame. And dear lord, Signs was... why did M. Night make that film? Ha. Unbreakable was so much better... anyway... Signs wasn't scary and it wasn't good. I agree that it is quite laughable.

Blair Witch Project was the worst f*cking "scary" movie I have EVER seen. The movie was just an hour and a half of camera motion induced vomiting. Seriously. My friend and I (along with the rest of the theatre) started throwing popcorn and demanding our money back >_> afterwhich I went to the bathroom to upchuck from said motion sickness...


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post Jan 20 2007, 12:58 PM
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Have you noticed that nowadays Hollywood just seems to be shelling one horror movie after another? Well the worst part is most of them are horrible, with terrible plots. It seems the point isn't even to scare you, it's to show unrelenting gore to gross you out. That's not horror. If you want to see scary movies, look more for those that are labeled 'thrillers'. All the good horror movies are years old, like 'The Exorcist', the first 'Halloween', 'Alien', and probably my favorite: 'The Silence of the Lambs'. Also, Stephen King's 'It' scares the shit out of me.
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post Mar 31 2007, 02:48 AM
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There has only been one scary movie that kept me awake through the night and that movie is The Grudge.


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post Apr 2 2007, 12:43 AM
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Bad Moon scared me the first time I saw it.


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*feels absolutely pathetic*

I have zero tolerance for horror flicks, I'm telling you. Even a creepy innuendo in a movie can keep me awake all night. All out horrors like the Grudge 2 kept me sleepless for a week. Until now I can't turn off the lights when I shleep... biggrin.gif Sad, I know. But that's just how I am, I guess, hehe. I really can't watch them and then be okay with it.


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