I love scary movies also, but Insidious made DH and I both jump. The paranormal activities were good, number 3 was the least "scariest" I think.
Nightmare on elm street scared me when I was younger!!
Any horror or thriller that is based on a true story gets the blood pumping a bit more
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22-01-2012 08:54 #81
24-01-2012 13:24 #82
Just wanted to share some oddball scary movies that I love:-
24-01-2012 13:48 #83
'Megan's Missing'. Watch it, you will freak. Its so...wrong.
Another good one is 'Husk'
24-01-2012 14:00 #84
I havent read the replies but the movie that gets me trembling with fear is the Candyman, I will never get over how scary that movie is!
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When I was younger I was petrified of Child's Play.. like absouletly afraid of Chuckie, one time my dad saw an original Chuckie doll at the markets, he wanted to buy it but I was screaming, crying, freaking the hell out, my mum wouldn't let him get it. He still gives me grief over that. Now I can watch the movies over and over and I find them hilarious!
Horror movies don't really do it for me, I am yet to watch one in my adult life that has had me scared, though I do love watching them, I just don't get scared from them. These aren't so much "horror" movies more Thrillers, but "The Happening" was pretty freaky and I also thought "Thr Orphan" was pretty chilling, both great movies though!
24-01-2012 14:08 #86-
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Is Silence of the Lambs classed as Horror? Anyway, great movie but a bit messed up. The Shining was also pretty good.
24-01-2012 14:10 #87
xp was into horror movies. so.. pick one, i guess. i hated the things.
24-01-2012 17:22 #88
24-01-2012 17:53 #89
TBH, Zombie-type things freak me out more than anything in movies. So Dawn of the Dead, 28 Days Later, I Am Legend, etc... all freak me. Moreso later on when I go ot bed and it's dark and quiet, and I start thinking about zombies breaking in and killing me... dead things scare me though. I don't even like burying pets because I'm scared they'll rise from the grave and chase me down. lol. I also don't "do" viewings of bodies... because they creep me out.
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I am the biggest horror fan out there, and also the biggest Stephen King fan, I watch about 4-5 horror movies a week and I have to say, they do not make them like they used to.
Stephen King has a few good ones, IT,The shining and The Mist being my favourites...but I think most of his work is better read than watched. 9 out of 10 times the books are way better than the films..with the exception of Shawshank Redemption (fave movie of all time).
I think these days the writers out there have almost run out of ideas...they keep trying to shock us and push the boundries of what is acceptable in todays society and what you usually end up with is a B grade slasher with lots of gore and so much nudity and sex you'd think you were watching a porno.
Its so boring.I also dont like the hand held camera shot movies that are all over the place these days....it just gives me a headache.
Oh, and the whole thing with babies being in vunerable scary situations in the dark...blah blah borrring. Same old. They are trying to tap into what we as humans fear, and more often than not these days they miss the mark.
I havent watched a movie that genuinly scared me in years...that said,here are my top 5;
The girl next door. Without doubt the most horrific film I have ever seen....I cried throughout most of it and yet couldnt turn it off. I suggest you do not watch it. It has stayed with me for years. It's not scary in the typical way, it is just so frighteningly real.
IT by Stephen King. Another one that I have never been able to forget, the goddamn clowns face, and laugh!! 'They allll float'!
The exorcism of Emily Rose. I really enjoyed this one and found it very scary and jumpy. I also like the fact that it is based on a true story.Jennifer Carpenter played the role fantastically.
The Shining...dont even get me started, it's just brilliant.Oh, that reminds me, has anyone seen 30 seconds to mars' video to the song 'The Kill'?? Check it out, right now....fantastic!
Hmm, i cant think of a fifth...maybe Insidious or the twilight films....Kirstens acting..that is some scary **** right there!!
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