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    Mine would probably be Jeepers Creepers!!! That freaked me out big time.

    I also didn't like Wolf Creek. I think it's the idea that it was loosely based on two of our worst crimes, Ivan Milat and I think the other one was Peter Falconio/Joanne Lees. Let's just say, that I will NEVER visit the real Wolfe Creek!! Ha ha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Leto View Post
    For me it is The Grudge and The Ring but the original Japanese versions. Very creepy and scary!
    I got scared after first half hr of the original Japanese version ring o loved it

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    The Grudge. I saw it in the cinema 6 years ago and for some reason bought it on DVD and watched it again. I still cannot go near manholes. Being scared of the dark generally doesn't help. I couldn't bring myself to watch the original.

    I find The Exorcist amusing now but it scared me poo-less when I saw it at the movies about 10 years ago (t was rereleased). Particularly having seen it at night then when I got home, having a Peruvian statue being put under my doona by my mum (it had a scary evil face).

    Blair Witch and The Descent also scared me. I hate movies where there's darkness involved.

    Saw didn't scare me as such but there was one scene that literally gave me nightmares for months after I saw it and still does occasionally to this day (as in yelling out in my sleep kind of nightmares). It's the bit where the clown thing is in the chair and it's head slowly turns to the camera. Even thinking about it gives me the heebie jeebies.

    I used to love scary films. Now I'm older and far more of a wuss.

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    I'm a horror fan so not much scares me but Paranormal Activity did. The way it was filmed made it so real and when she gets pulled out of her bed by the feet, and especially where she's standing over his side of the bed for hours freaked me out.

    I hate the gore ones like Hostel, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, they just gross me out. I like to be scared not want to puke...

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I'm a horror fan so not much scares me but Paranormal Activity did. The way it was filmed made it so real and when she gets pulled out of her bed by the feet, and especially where she's standing over his side of the bed for hours freaked me out.

    I hate the gore ones like Hostel, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, they just gross me out. I like to be scared not want to puke...
    Exactly how I feel. Also the scene in the second one where she gets dragged down the stairs, my old house looked so similar and I lived alone i was scared of my stairs for ages lol

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    I watched one ages ago at a cinema on the gold coast about a taxi driver who was a killer. It was from a book. The movie finished after midnight, no buses were running and we decided to walk back to the motel instead of go in a taxi.

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    Texas chainsaw massacre - (the one with jessica biel)

    Took forever to get over that & will never watch it again

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    28 Days Later freaked me the eff out. Running, angry zombies.....NOT COOL!!!

    The Fourth Kind creeped me out too, but only because it says it uses actual footage and so that gets to me...BUT Im not sure if that is true or not...so I dunno. Either way, the 'actual footage' parts still play in my mind.

    Anything where ghosts torment people creeps me out because I believe in ghosts. I dont like watching those because I dont want my mind to play tricks on me. I KNOW the old lady from Pet Cemetery who RUNS at you from behind your door at night isnt real so that can be reasoned away at night when Im in bed staring at the dark spot behind my door...but the ghosts dragging you around the house...possibility Lol

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    Hostel for me too. I used to love scary movies but when I went to the movies to see Hostel, that is the last scary movie I've seen. Freaked me out big time. Also wolf creek.

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