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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkzy View Post
    I love Stephen King, not just his horror films but his drama and romance films too. The man is a genius.

    IT didn't scare me but that's because I can't take Tim Curry seriously he's one of my favourite funny actors. It's the same reason I couldn't take Wolf Creek seriously with John Jarret...I'm sure that film terrified people but all I saw was the voice of 'Big Ted' from playschool trying to seem scary .
    Whats the go with wolf creek scaring people though! its got to be the LEAST bit scary movie ever lol

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    I've seen a lot of horror but I'd probably have to say Hostel was the most horrifying :/

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    I love scary movies!!
    But the one that has scared me the most was The Descent! Haven't watched it since we first saw it!
    The whole being confined in the dark and in a cave, then scary things attacking you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemmings View Post
    Whats the go with wolf creek scaring people though! its got to be the LEAST bit scary movie ever lol
    I think it's because it reminds a lot of people of Ivan Milat, also could just be the general concept of it. Maybe it would of freaked me out if it didn't have my favourite Play School guy playing the bad guy .

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    Has anyone seen Cloverfield? I've heard it's pretty freaky and I wouldn't mind watching it if someone gives me the general run down of it.

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    Wolf creek scared me - it was the thought of it that was scary.

    The exorcist - that was freaking terrifying!

    paranormal activity scared the crud out of me - i tend to be very scared of anything about ghosts or ghostly type, paranormal things, they are my weak spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkzy View Post
    Has anyone seen Cloverfield? I've heard it's pretty freaky and I wouldn't mind watching it if someone gives me the general run down of it.
    Ha ha, I'm in the process of acquiring it now Someone mentioned it in another thread and it reminded me I wanted to see it!

    Yeah, I like Stephen King. Apologies for the additional text, DD likes to type

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    The Blair Witch Project freaked me out the first time I watched it. I can't watch Paranormal Activity 3 as the first two scared me too much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by naebie View Post
    Ha ha, I'm in the process of acquiring it now Someone mentioned it in another thread and it reminded me I wanted to see it!

    Yeah, I like Stephen King. Apologies for the additional text, DD likes to type
    Naw, clever DD - she's a mini hubber in the making!

    Can you let me know what you think of Cloverfield after you've seen it? I remember in that 'strange noises over the earth' thread that someone said the noises were like those out of Cloverfield so it's sparked my interest in it.

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    I saw the Blair Witch project at the cinema and fell asleep. The 2nd movie was much better I thought.


 

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