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What is the scariest movie ever?

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I haven't seen a truely "scary" movie in forever.  What's a good one that really scared you?

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Howdy Karen,


 


Mine still is "The Shining" with Jack Nicholson and Shelly Duvall.   Still gives me the creeps.


 


 


 

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I love scary movies, especially anything by Stephen King. The one I can't shake is Pet Cemetery.......guess because I've always had pets.


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When I was about 6 or 7, I remember The Exorcist scaring the living s*** out of me.  But since then, I'd have to put my "fear stock" into movies with less gore factor and more psychological creepiness. (I can usually think of some titles, but after 13 hrs of night shift, my brain's a little dry of ideas, LOL)

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Usually I only remember the scenes that really creeped me out.  Like when I was younger and the scene with all the snakes in Raiders of The Lost Ark.  Plus the opening sequence in the junkyard during 13 Ghosts.  Really creepy when you and your partner are on midnight shift and in a dark alley and he starts reciting the latin from that movie LOL.  But priceless when he gets creeped out and speeds out of there.

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The ORIGINAL "Hitcher" Left me with the willies for days! If you haven't seen it, rent at your own risk!

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Scary Movie I

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I would have to agree with WesternLawman on the "The Shining" also "Cape Fear"  I would never want to cross those men in a dark alley... 

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When I was a kid Hush,hush sweet charlotte...When that hand got chopped off I almost peed my pants.....lol

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When I was about 6 or 7, I remember The Exorcist scaring the living s*** out of me.  But since then, I'd have to put my "fear stock" into movies with less gore factor and more psychological creepiness. (I can usually think of some titles, but after 13 hrs of night shift, my brain's a little dry of ideas, LOL)



The Exorcist still scares the c#@p out of me!!!


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Amityville Horror. Can't watch it alone. Can't watch it with the lights off.

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Any movies with zombies in it is creepy to me!

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Night of the Living Dead

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Night of the Living Dead



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"The Entity" for me...WOW!


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jmf510 says ...Night of the Living Dead



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Oh-- and i just remembered-- i havent seen it yet but: The Happening - is a new one-- sposed to be hella good-


And if you are a true horror fan... theres a few series out there that are good:


1) Masters of Horror- (avail on Showtime)(people get wacked in the most disturbing ways in this -- its great)


2)Fear Itself-(avail on cable)Both of these have borrowed the winning formula from Band of Brothers by electing to have the best directors and writers of their class come out and put on a 1 hr horror block of awesome entertainment. Each episode has its own style both for cameras, casting, directing and of course theme. One week u could be watching a monster of the lake skulking in the woods going after the campers- the next its a survivor story of a man forced to canalize his family- and then turns into a zombie.. (hell yes). There is pleanty of blood and crazy random gore. Totally killer- no pun intended.


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As a kid it was always Nightmare On Elm St.  That ended when I saw Robert England (Freddy Kruger) and realized he wasn't a monster.  Now days there is not many movies that "scare" me.  The best one I seen in quite a while was Saw.  Great ending!!

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The Exorcist, Silent Hill (2006) and 1408.

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"the Hills Have Eyes" the part when the father gets it!


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The Exorcist.

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I saw the "Blair Witch Project" when it first came out and I had no idea what it was about.  It was the second day or so of the release in the theatres so I hadn't even seen the trailers yet. I was pretty disappointed when it started looking like a low budget documentary... then the suspense started building and it got more interesting.  The woods where it was shot looked pretty similar to the ones I grew up in (a little thinner)but same types of trees and granite rocks strewn about -This probably led to my experience.  It was the freakiest thing I'd ever seen right up until the last second... so fake it was obvious.  Movies just lack the suspense these days... that's what gets me... not the special effects.


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Same for me!  I saw the "edited for tv" version when I was in elementary school and have NEVER been able to watch it again.   If I see it is coming on tv, I try and avoid the channel just so I don't get a glimpse of that demon face!   


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mitrocop says ...



When I was about 6 or 7, I remember The Exorcist scaring the living s*** out of me.  But since then, I'd have to put my "fear stock" into movies with less gore factor and more psychological creepiness. (I can usually think of some titles, but after 13 hrs of night shift, my brain's a little dry of ideas, LOL)



The Exorcist still scares the c#@p out of me!!!


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I tried to watch that one as well, but got motion sickness early on - could never finish watching it.


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I saw the "Blair Witch Project" when it first came out and I had no idea what it was about.  It was the second day or so of the release in the theatres so I hadn't even seen the trailers yet. I was pretty disappointed when it started looking like a low budget documentary... then the suspense started building and it got more interesting.  The woods where it was shot looked pretty similar to the ones I grew up in (a little thinner)but same types of trees and granite rocks strewn about -This probably led to my experience.  It was the freakiest thing I'd ever seen right up until the last second... so fake it was obvious.  Movies just lack the suspense these days... that's what gets me... not the special effects.


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Fatal Attraction ..  


Boiling bunnies run through my head if I even look at another woman.


Scarred me for life.


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Show girls


 


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OMG!!!, Thirteen ghost!!, That movie was the only movie that ever got to me!!!......

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Cabin Fever creeped me out a bit.....

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The Mothman Prophecies was freaky the first time i saw it. But the more I watched the lamer it got. But an interesting flick since it's supposed to be a true story and all.

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The Ring - my son happened to walk into the room during a bad scene and he made promise NEVER to bring that movie into the house again.


Poltergeist - one of my first 'scary' films.  "They're heeeere!"

 


'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' (original) - This was just CREEPY....Oompa Loompas?  Yikes

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"The Thing" With Kurt Russel. It was I guess a sort of remake of "Ice Station Zebra" The Thing was based off of the book "Who goes there?" and so was "Ice Station Zebra." The Thing scared the pi$$ outa me when I was little. Aliens that, if they even touch you, can infect you slowly, copy you, separate from itself like an amoeba, and 'be' you or whatever it contacted before in it's life or any amalgamation in between. I almost cried when it killed the dogs though. MESSED UP!

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