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Posted: 13 Aug 10, 13:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

hey, i was just wondering if anyone of you could help me, i have want to know what horror film u think is the scaryest EVER, i have seen the exorcist and that didnt scare me and i realy want to find a horror film that will scare me, any surgestion?

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Posted: 13 Aug 10, 14:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Young Frankenstein. Like entering through the gates of Hell itself.


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Posted: 13 Aug 10, 15:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Finding Nemo.

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Posted: 13 Aug 10, 17:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Ring

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Posted: 13 Aug 10, 18:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

lalaalalaa wrote: Finding Nemo.

OH MY GOD, i just watched Finding Nemo, im never going to a pet shop where they have fish or going in to the sea ever again, that was just shit scary

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i made the mistake of telling someone i was going to watch The Ring and she deliberatly phoned me just as the first phone call/death happened in the film.if you ever want to see a grown man scream like a 7yo girl and hit his head on the ceiling when he jumps in the air then i suggest you try it on someone :-p


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Posted: 14 Aug 10, 02:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Shining.

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The original Alien is great

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Posted: 14 Aug 10, 09:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I always had a thing for the first Nightmare on Elm Street (also the 'Wes Craven's New Nightmare). It has this eerie kind of feel to it. In my opinion Wes Craven really succeeded in creating this dreamlike feeling to it.

I also like the feeling a lot of Stephen King films have (for example It, and Hearts of Atlantis)


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Posted: 14 Aug 10, 13:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

i'm a big horror freak and i have lots of horror movies and i love to watch them, there's a good horror movie in every horror genre-zombies, vampires, paranormal, aliens, slasher, psychological...you name it and i watched all kinds of horrors and my favorite is still carpenter's the thing from '82


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Posted: 14 Aug 10, 14:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

queenside wrote: i'm a big horror freak and i have lots of horror movies and i love to watch them, there's a good horror movie in every horror genre-zombies, vampires, paranormal, aliens, slasher, psychological...you name it and i watched all kinds of horrors and my favorite is still carpenter's the thing from '82
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Posted: 14 Aug 10, 15:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I remember when The Exorcist first came out in the cinemas in the UK  in the 70's.And the hysteria that followed it in the media.

That was more scarier than the film itself.

Salem's Lot was a good film.


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Posted: 14 Aug 10, 15:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

^
just watching "return to Salems Lot" and that,i can assure you,is not a good film :-p


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Posted: 14 Aug 10, 18:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The 4th kind. See it, then change your pants.


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Posted: 14 Aug 10, 19:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Texas Chainsaw Massacre or Halloween or Nightmare on Elm St.

I despise all the remakes of these.


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Posted: 14 Aug 10, 19:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Major Tom wrote: The 4th kind. See it, then change your pants.
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Worst. Film. Ever.


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Posted: 14 Aug 10, 20:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Worst. Film. Ever.
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I'm pretty sure the worst film ever might be 'The Happening'.   I've never been more bitter about $7.25, and I can't imagine I ever will be.  Meant to be a creepy thriller, it was in fact hilarious, yet utterly insane.

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Worst. Film. Ever.
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I'm pretty sure the worst film ever might be 'The Happening'.   I've never been more bitter about $7.25, and I can't imagine I ever will be.  Meant to be a creepy thriller, it was in fact hilarious, yet utterly insane. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

It had its moments, mostly before the cause was explained, but overall it's grim. I burst out laughing when one character said 'look out for the wind!' I almost left before the end, and that would've beeb a first for me. Lady in the Water (2006) was just as bad. M. Night really, really needs a hit, or he will end up directing TV soaps. You have to give him credit for trying to do innovative stories, but they're just getting sillier and sillier.


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Posted: 15 Aug 10, 06:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

the original Dawn Of The Dead was a classic back when me and God were lads.remember seeing it on an old betamax back when these type of films were banned in the UK as "video nasties".
just wish Stephen King's novels would translate better onto screen,they deserve better quality than has been produced over the years.


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Posted: 15 Aug 10, 12:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I love horror films, but I prefer the 60's-90's pre-torture porn films. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, The Exorcist, Psycho and Carrie are among my favourites.


That said, the scariest film I've ever seen wasn't a horror film. I don't know if I should admitt this, but no film has scared me as much (and not in a good way) as Drop Dead Fred. I really hate that film. While I don't mind being scared (although not as much as I used to), I found that 'comedy' to be really unpleasant and I haven't watched it in years as I don't want to be scared in that way again.