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post #31 of 46
Although I like scary movies I don't have anyone to watch them with so I don't get to see many! Chad doesn't like them- his reasoning is that he only likes comedies but I think he gets freaked out

So of the movies I've seen- the scariest for me was The Ring... I loved it! I saw it in the theaters and it was the first movie that has ever made me cover my eyes!

Another one- and I'm sure for all of you pro's this is like a kid movie but it was scary to me- 'What Lies Beneath' with Harrison Ford & Michelle Pfieffer... creeeeeepy!

This past weekend I started watching Silent Hill. So far it's pretty good, I was watching it in the daytime but I'm sure if I watched it at night I'd be freaked out!

I can't wait to see all of the Saw movies... some day!
post #32 of 46
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Yes, I've seen Texas Chainsaw Massacre!!!! It was my Dad' favorite movie and he took me as a small girl to the drive in to see it. That's where I got my taste for gorey movies.
I meant the new one that is in theaters now. Its the one about how it all got started. It's pretty good, just really gross.
post #33 of 46
I hate scary movies, but the closet thing to a horro flim I like is Ghostbusters, but someone told me that it's not a scary movie.
post #34 of 46
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I meant the new one that is in theaters now. Its the one about how it all got started. It's pretty good, just really gross.
I absolutely LOVED the Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake (the one with Jessica Biel). It was the first movie in ages that kept me terrified almost the whole time. I watched it once with a girlfriend and had to walk her out to her car afterward, and the first time I saw it I made Brian go into the kitchen with me to get a drink. Not many movies have THAT effect on me.

This is why I am/was so excited about the one in theaters now. I really want to see it, but the reviews for it are so HORRIBLE I'm hesitant to spend the money. You really liked it? How was it compared to the last one?
post #35 of 46
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I meant the new one that is in theaters now. Its the one about how it all got started. It's pretty good, just really gross.
ALL the Texas Chainsaw movies were gross and gory!
post #36 of 46
I ususally wait until movies come out on DVD before I see them.Paying for 4 kids,DH and I would be too much.And I don't have anyone to watch my yahoos.I won't leave them alone at night even though Sis is 16......unless it's an emergency.
post #37 of 46
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I just watched An American Haunting.. I really liked it. I don't want to tell what it's about though. Just want to say it's one that has a HUGE twist at the end It gets a from me!

We watched The Omen last night and it was a very good one too.
post #38 of 46
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I just watched An American Haunting.. I really liked it. I don't want to tell what it's about though. Just want to say it's one that has a HUGE twist at the end It gets a from me!

We watched The Omen last night and it was a very good one too.
WOO HOO!!! I can't wait to rent it.If I like it, I'll buy it.(An American Haunting) Shawn bought Click and I thought it wasn't ALL that good.
post #39 of 46
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I absolutely LOVED the Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake (the one with Jessica Biel). It was the first movie in ages that kept me terrified almost the whole time. I watched it once with a girlfriend and had to walk her out to her car afterward, and the first time I saw it I made Brian go into the kitchen with me to get a drink. Not many movies have THAT effect on me.

This is why I am/was so excited about the one in theaters now. I really want to see it, but the reviews for it are so HORRIBLE I'm hesitant to spend the money. You really liked it? How was it compared to the last one?
It wasn't as good as the remake of the other one. I never saw the original. There is definitly a lot more blood. I saw a few people get up and leave during it. When the movie was over, we walked out and everyone was like ewww that movie was gross.
post #40 of 46
I saw the original one.I liked it!!! I'll wait until the new one comes out to video and watch it for my Dad.....I know he'd love it.
I always have to chuckle to myself when others are grossed out.I think it is sooooooooooo cool when they are gorey.Did you see The Hills Have Eyes?There is a scene with an old man in an outhouse with a shot gun.SOOOOOO gorey!!
I LOVE to watch Dr. G medical examiner on Tv too.I just wish theyw ould show things instead of blurring them out.
post #41 of 46
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I saw the original one.I liked it!!! I'll wait until the new one comes out to video and watch it for my Dad.....I know he'd love it.
I always have to chuckle to myself when others are grossed out.I think it is sooooooooooo cool when they are gorey.Did you see The Hills Have Eyes?There is a scene with an old man in an outhouse with a shot gun.SOOOOOO gorey!!
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I remember that scene! Not much grosses me out. What did get to me was in hostel... the scene with the toe and hedge trimmers
post #42 of 46
I loved the part with the akelis (sp) heel/tendon.And then her eye..................ewwwwwwwwwwwwwww
Hostel was way to much sex for me.
post #43 of 46
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I loved the part with the akelis (sp) heel/tendon.And then her eye..................ewwwwwwwwwwwwwww
Hostel was way to much sex for me.
Yeah I didn't care for it much myself. I'm downloading Slither right now and then Feast.
post #44 of 46
I don't know if it's that scary or not but I love "I know what you did last summer" and "I STILL know what you did last summer" ..I can't handle those gory, bloodly movies.
post #45 of 46
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Yeah I didn't care for it much myself. I'm downloading Slither right now and then Feast.
Haven't seen Slither, but we watched Feast at an arthouse theater in Pasadena the night it came out. It's worth a watch definitely, and has several good scares in it, along with a couple of good chuckles. It is what it is though, a low budget horror movie.

Its even better if you have seen the season of Project Greenlight where they shot it.
post #46 of 46
Zombie movies are most definitely my favorite. I like gorey movies especiallly, but I also like more subtle horror movies. I love Dead Alive because it is so hilarious. I love everything Romero does and I'm a big fan of Fulci. I especially like House by the Cemetary by Fulci and the original Dawn of the Dead. I love Argento movies- especially "The Bird with the Crystal Plummage" and "Susperia." The Evil Dead movies are also my favorites, as well as the Re-Animator- there will be a new Re-Animator movie coming out in 2007!! Halloween, Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, Texas Chainsaw Massacre- all wonderful. My brother told me to rent Black Christmas, which apparently someone is remaking and is the original 'slasher flick', so that is on my list. Other great ones, Blood Diner (if you like funny movies, this one has two brothers who own a vegetarian diner where they actually serve humans, in hopes of resurrecting a goddess), and Bad Taste (also by Peter Jackson, which involves aliens who run an intergalactic fast food chain that serves humans). There are a few horror movies that even I won't watch, like Cannibal Ferox- because they go way to far and include actual animal killings.

I love the Showtime Masters of Horror series, which I am watching as I type this. Unfortunately DH does not have a simlar love for horror. I get it from my brother.
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