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    Default Re: Do you like scary movies?

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    Love them, the scarier the better.

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    ^^ This!

    I'm still looking for a movie scary enough that it gives me the creeps longer than 5mins after I've switched off the TV.

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    I love scary movies! I have a huge library of them.

    Drag Me To Hell is a really good watch - creepy as! and I just saw The Cabin in the Woods which was absolutely brilliant for a new scary movie. It's been ages since I've seen such a good scary movie.

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    Yep but my partner doesn't so I don't see that many...

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    Default Re: Do you like scary movies?

    I don't like them, my mum loves them so I used to watch them a lot with her, because I didn't live with her I was a little eager to bond with her and watch what she wanted. But then I couldn't even go to the bathroom on my own and I had to sleep in my mum's bed. At like 12-15. I think around 16 I started just choosing movies I liked. I REALLY think my mum stuffed up letting me watch m, ma etc scary movies when I was clearly responding badly. I'm fairly certain that's why I'm afraid of the dark still.

    Thhoouugghhhh I'm totally afraid of zombies.... I do enjoy a zombie flick (provided its not just pure gore) Maybe because on some level I believe in evil spirits and ghosts. I can't watch slasher movies because it could happen but I do rationally know zombies are not and could not be real.

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    Nothing beats a good scary movie ...

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    i love, love, love them.
    it just makes me feel alive, with the adrenalin and endorphins flowing.
    i live on 25 acres of bush and would literally watch blair witch (10 years ago) then go walking around our property in the dark

    i love comedy's and horror flicks, to me they are the two extremes of human reaction that you cannot feel. a good belly laugh (which i got tonight, courtesy of tucker and dale) or a bone chilling fright....

    yet still, the scariest movie i ever saw (the one that really chilled me to the bone, questioned my very existence) was fahrenheit 9/11. not even michael myers could come close to michael moore in that one.

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    I used to... but once I had kids I stopped being able to watch them.

    I'm the biggest scaredy cat now!

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    Default Do you like scary movies?

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    I used to... but once I had kids I stopped being able to watch them.

    I'm the biggest scaredy cat now!
    Yes! Why is this? I loved scary movies and now, not a chance.

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    no, because I fall asleep from boredom but always wake up at the most horrific scene and am thinking WTH until I realize its a movie lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theophania View Post
    Ahhh no nightmares for me last night thank goodness lol. I think maybe as we get older the reality that it could be happening in real life is what freaks me out, when I was a kid I never thought of that... I really hate movies about possesion and true stories like texas chainsaw masacre and wolf creek *shudders*

    I thought wolf creek was boring and poorly made BUT did scare me about what types of people are out there also wrong turn lol I was more scared about the road trip to nowhere we were having a few weeks later than the movie lol


 

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