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post #31 of 49
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Originally Posted by mercymanic
Don't feel bad BW creeped me out too. I was wigged by trees for a couple of months after that one. And I'm a bigtime horror groupie/veteran. Sometimes I think I've seen everything. Not much fazes me, but that one got me.

Thanks, I don't feel so bad now ...like I said, if you believed that it was true, I think it would freak anyone out! That last scene where they're walking through that house, she (or he? It's been a while) turns around and the camera falls and all you hear is screaming! I could hear my heart pounding!
post #32 of 49
I used to be scared to watch horror movies.. but I had a horror movie night at a friends and wasn't scared at all until the lights went out and we had to go into the basement with a flashlight to fiddle around witht the switches.
my friend told me that the new Amittyville Horror ws pretty scary.. I want to see that one
post #33 of 49
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Originally Posted by Hydroaxe


I had to vote for "Other" I haven't seen the scariest movie ever yet.

I've seen some of the movies in the list, including The Ring. There's some scary moments in each movie. I'd really like to see Saw though.

I think saw look's horrible! ,

Actully, the grudge is a million time's worse, i even had nightmares about that one
post #34 of 49
I voted other....I'm not very easy to scare. The only movie that's ever really scared me was the remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre....I wasn't scared at the time, but after I had a dream about it that freaked me out. And I usually don't get scared of my dreams at all.
post #35 of 49
I love horror movies of all sorts, so I don't scare very easily. Having said that, none of the movies on this list really frighten me, exactly.

However, one of my favorite well-established series is DEFINITELY the Halloween line.

I also tend to lavish all sorts of affection on werewolf movies. Seriously, you wanna butter me up good and proper, you go and buy me a werewolf flick I don't own yet (and there are LOTS I don't own yet... for now).
post #36 of 49
I put other b/c I can't decide! I absolutely love scary movies, even cheesy ones! The Grudge really scared me. I had to sleep with a light on for a few nights, b/c every time I turned my lights off, I would see shadows on my ceiling corner that looked like the ghost/thing or whatever that was in the movie! Ring was scary the first time, but when I rewatched it, it didnt seem to scare me that much. I really thought the new Amityville Horror was very scary, I liked it a lot. Hmm....the Halloween movies don't scare me so much anymore, but at any Haunted House, if someone dressed as Michael Myers come at me I freak out, even though I know its fake!! Freddy freaks me out pretty bad, b/c ever since I was real little I've always been scared of people hiding under my bed, etc. and getting me while I'm asleep.

PS - I can't wait to see Saw 2 also! I was gonna go tonight with my BF, but I go to school in a tiny town with one theater, so we figured it would be packed....
post #37 of 49
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Originally Posted by AshleyNicole
but at any Haunted House, if someone dressed as Michael Myers come at me I freak out, even though I know its fake!!
You'd have had a fit last year if you were me, then. As I walked past this one street, a guy in a near-perfect Myers costume came out of the shadows and started stalking me. He followed me around for ten or fifteen minutes and just when I was beginning to actually panic, turned to "stalking" someone else instead. Pretty genius and rather in-character, really.



I have actually just decided upon the Scariest Film Ever:

Barney's Great Adventure: The Movie
post #38 of 49
AMC actually had a special on the 100 scariest movies. #1 was rather unexpected...

Jaws!

I think the scariest movie for me is The Shining. The thought of those two little girls creeps me out! All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

A few others that also scared the crap outta me lol..

poltergeist (I am also terrified of clowns thanks to this movie!!!)
night of the living dead
exorcist
the omen
the blob
nightmare on elm street


But the scariest story of all is The Stand. It was made into a mini series but definitely not as good as the book. It's my favorite boook and I've read it about 10 times. I've had nightmares after reading it. lol Soooooooo scary!!
post #39 of 49
"Scary" movies really don't scare me that much. They can startle me good while I'm watching them, but generally they don't mess with me afterwards.
Mostly it's because they're about tangible things that can be killed or otherwise delt with.
"Cabin Fever" however, messed with me BAD, for days...WEEKS after I saw it. Only movie that ever has. I had to sleep with the kitchen light on and facing the door for 2 nights afterwards. I think it's because the disease premise was so vile. I have become a nearly-compusive hand-washer as a result of that movie!
The hotel scene in "The Devil's Rejects" really messed with me, but I wasn't freaked out when I left the theater. That was an excellent horror movie, by the way. I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys the genre.

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Originally Posted by iceover
Night of the Living Dead! Hands down! Never watch this alone late at night!
George Romero is the MAN!!! I love all 4 Dead movies..."DawnOTD" is my fave. Zombies, guts, gore, blood, and a interesting social commentary. How much better does it get???
I love zombie movies.

This graces my living room:
post #40 of 49
The Shining!
Jack Nicholson played this character SO well! *shivers*
And "IT"...."They all float down here" Gawd that freaked me out as a kid!
I love Stephen King! (but the books are always better )

Im a horror movie buff, so they don't really scare me anymore. The movies that get to me now are one's about things that could really happen. Like something bad happening to my kids or family.
post #41 of 49
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Originally Posted by Tabaqui


I have actually just decided upon the Scariest Film Ever:

Barney's Great Adventure: The Movie
post #42 of 49
No way, TELETUBBIES!....
post #43 of 49
No way, man. Teletubbies are just infantile walking televisions. Barney is a dinosaur that violates copyright laws, encourages your teenagers to act like your two year olds, and is probably actually secretly plotting to eat them. Ever wonder why they kept replacing actors and actresses on that show?
post #44 of 49
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Originally Posted by Tabaqui
You'd have had a fit last year if you were me, then. As I walked past this one street, a guy in a near-perfect Myers costume came out of the shadows and started stalking me. He followed me around for ten or fifteen minutes and just when I was beginning to actually panic, turned to "stalking" someone else instead. Pretty genius and rather in-character, really. [/size]
Definately would have scared me to death! I probably would have started running

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Originally Posted by Zoe'n'MissKitty
The hotel scene in "The Devil's Rejects" really messed with me, but I wasn't freaked out when I left the theater. That was an excellent horror movie, by the way. I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys the genre.
I liked House of 1000 Corpses as well, did you see that one? I bought the Devil's Rejects soundtrack cause I loved the songs in the movie! Its pretty funny b/c it has a lot of sound bytes/convo snips from the movie.
post #45 of 49
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Ahhh, some Rob Zombie fans! House of 1000 Corpses is gets better and better each time I watch it! I wanted to see Devil's Rejects, but Bradley is such a curmudgeon when it comes to movies, so I missed it then but I cannot wait for it to come out on DVD!
post #46 of 49
Yay!!! At least 2 other people here like Zombie!!!
I saw "House.." too. That was one messed up movie!! I like it. "Rejects" was in some ways even more messed up, but it had more relief in between the messed up parts. Like buying the chickens, and "Tutti f****** Fuity!!"
A friend of mine dressed up as Captain Spaulding for Halloween after "House.." came out...I wish I could fund the picture. His wife made an exact replica of the costume.
post #47 of 49
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Originally Posted by Zoe'n'MissKitty
Yay!!! At least 2 other people here like Zombie!!!
I saw "House.." too. That was one messed up movie!! I like it. "Rejects" was in some ways even more messed up, but it had more relief in between the messed up parts. Like buying the chickens, and "Tutti f****** Fuity!!"
A friend of mine dressed up as Captain Spaulding for Halloween after "House.." came out...I wish I could fund the picture. His wife made an exact replica of the costume.
Haha! I'd love to see the picture. Yeah the "Tutti f****** Fuity!!" was on the CD, along with lots of others that just make me crack up! I don't have the cd case with me right now,its in the car, or I'd list more. But it was definately worth buying!

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Originally Posted by ugaimes
Ahhh, some Rob Zombie fans! House of 1000 Corpses is gets better and better each time I watch it! I wanted to see Devil's Rejects, but Bradley is such a curmudgeon when it comes to movies, so I missed it then but I cannot wait for it to come out on DVD!
I don't have it on DVD, but I'd love to get it! Maybe when Devil's Rejects comes out they'll have a package deal. I'll probably wait til then and see before I buy it.
post #48 of 49
hands down, physco(sp?)!

half of those ones on the list aren't even scary - especially The Exorcist!
post #49 of 49
i saw Saw 2 yesterday and let me tell you. Don't eat anything before you see that movie..
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