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Scary Movies, Which movie(s) scared you?
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post Dec 8 2004, 06:35 PM
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I've actually never seen "Jurassic Park". Pathetic, I know.

Gashole, you're right. Chinese vampire movies were a little scary. But now that I think about them, they actually look quite humorous. biggrin.gif


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QUOTE(Quistis88 @ Dec 8 2004, 06:31 PM)
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".

There was also this Japanese movie (I forgot the title) that was supposed to be scary but made me laugh more. I think in general Asian countries suck at horror movies. Too random. Battle Royale, maybe.

@Quistis: by any chance, do you know the name of the moustached-guy who's always the vampire slayer?
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post Dec 8 2004, 06:38 PM
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Well they might dubbed it wrong.


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post Dec 8 2004, 06:46 PM
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QUOTE(Gashole @ Dec 8 2004, 07:36 PM)
There was also this Japanese movie (I forgot the title) that was supposed to be scary but made me laugh more. I think in general Asian countries suck at horror movies. Too random. Battle Royale, maybe.

@Quistis: by any chance, do you know the name of the moustached-guy who's always the vampire slayer?

Well, I had three other friends watching "The Grudge" with me (one of them was a guy; he's the one who brought it over, so he wasn't scared). The other two who were girls were very frightened. I guess it depends on the person.

Sorry, but I've forgotten by now. It's been a good decade since I've last seen a Chinese vampire movie.

The hopping is something I'll remember forever though. Simply hilarious.


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Final Destination 2 is the scariest movie I have ever seen. all those people dying*shudders*


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Actually that was a pretty funny movie


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post Dec 8 2004, 11:08 PM
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Any movie which makes me freak out or scream...*coughblood/darknesscough*...But so far, not even a movie made me shout out of hell before.


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I beg to differ with Gassy... Asian horror flicks can actually scare someone crapless, for real... Philippine and Japanese ones can be freaky, no shit yo...


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QUOTE(Bling_bling_Angel @ Dec 9 2004, 12:11 AM)
I beg to differ with Gassy... Asian horror flicks can actually scare someone crapless, for real... Philippine and Japanese ones can be freaky, no shit yo...

Really? Which ones?

Maybe "The Ring" will scare me. I haven't seen that one yet.


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I thought Ju-On was eerie as fuck. That kept me up at night.


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QUOTE(What @ no bacon?,Dec 9 2004, 12:13 AM)
I thought Ju-On was eerie as fuck. That kept me up at night.

Really? ohmy.gif I didn't think it was THAT scary. I even took a shower afterwards.


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ph34r.gif ph34r.gif ph34r.gif Ohhh God, where do I start? Horror movies from the Philippines incorporate some of the freaky legendary "stuff that go bump in the night"... the Philippines are rampant with all kinds of "bed-time" scary stories, such as ladies who sit sewing at night by the window... who, when the get up, lose thier lower torso and sprout bat-wings and chase the f^ck outta ya... ph34r.gif

And they've got thos old-style hacienda mansions in the provinces of the Philippines where there's those long lacy curtains that blooow in the wind... AND THEN SOME FREAK IS STANDING BEHIND YOU!!!!!! ph34r.gif


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QUOTE(Bling_bling_Angel @ Dec 9 2004, 12:16 AM)
ph34r.gif  ph34r.gif  ph34r.gif Ohhh God, where do I start? Horror movies from the Philippines incorporate some of the freaky legendary "stuff that go bump in the night"... the Philippines are rampant with all kinds of "bed-time" scary stories, such as ladies who sit sewing at night by the window... who, when the get up, lose thier lower torso and sprout bat-wings and chase the f^ck outta ya...  ph34r.gif

And they've got thos old-style hacienda mansions in the provinces of the Philippines where there's those long lacy curtains that blooow in the wind... AND THEN SOME FREAK IS STANDING BEHIND YOU!!!!!!  ph34r.gif

It doesn't seem as scary as it sounds. I guess I'd have to see it.


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