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Old 10-25-2004, 08:53 PM   #31
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Hands down, my favorite is Halloween.


that would be one of my two that I've seen.....I was a small child and my brother and his friends forced me to watch it I had nightmares for years.
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Old 10-25-2004, 09:19 PM   #32
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Exorcist is #1 for me...the theme music still gives me chills.

Poltergeist is next....I now always hate tree branches that scrape the house during storms.

House of 1000 Corpses....I feel dirty for watching this one and somehow I own it on DVD!
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Old 10-25-2004, 09:46 PM   #33
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poltergeist is another one that scares me.

the first amityville movie is definitely the best.
Poltergeist........that clown *shivers*

I saw the Amityville movie in the theater with a friend and mom. Had a couple of classmates sitting behind us. We had a jujube fight. Distraction from being scared. The scariest part for me was the "real" part with the killing of the DeFeo family. I had a slumber party the night that I saw Amityville and I couldn't sleep because of the murder scenes. Scared senseless.
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that would be one of my two that I've seen.....I was a small child and my brother and his friends forced me to watch it I had nightmares for years.
Nice brother...but as big brothers go...it sounds about right. Anyway, I saw that The Exorcist is going to be on this Sat. night on the USA channel, but I don't even want to watch the sanitized tv version.
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Old 10-25-2004, 09:56 PM   #35
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The Exorcist, The Shinning, The Ring, Blair Witch Project, Halloween, Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Original) and I just saw the Grudge which should definitely not be pg-13......then again I'm a huge fan of scary movies and I'm all for suspension of belief just to get freaked out and get that adrenaline rush.....really recommend the Grudge and I've been hearing a lot of good buzz on Saw as well

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i've been watching amityville: the demon and it's just stupid!
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i remember watching the Exorcist from behind the couch when i was about 12.
I love horror movies....they can scare the pants off me , but i love em
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Nightmare on Elm Street wrecked me for weeks when I first saw it.

Silence of the Lambs, Carrie, Halloween, The Shining, etc. Those all made me sleep with the lights on when I saw them.
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Old 10-28-2004, 07:01 AM   #40
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The shining, Repulsion, Alien, The Thing
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Star Wars Episode II
actually Episode I was far more scarier, that movie destroyed my childhood
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The Haunting.
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I'm more of a "psychological"-type horror buff. Films like "Rosemary's Baby" and "Session 9" get to me more than the splatter-fests reminiscent in "Friday the 13th."

But my FAVORITE Halloween films are, of course, "Halloween" (it's a classic...and the theme fantastic), "A Nightmare on Elm Street" (what sets this film apart from other slasher flicks, imo, is that the audience actually cares for the characters), "An American Werewolf in London" (best.lycanthropefilm.evar.)," and "Ginger Snaps" (don't know if anyone has seen this Canadian gem, but it's one of the best recent horror films, along with "Session 9," I can think of).
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The Haunting.
oooooo I love The Haunting!
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The movie that frightened me the most upon first viewing was The Silence of the Lambs. Anthony Hopkins was...well, to put it simply, brilliant. Whenever Clarice went remotely close to the glass, I actually found myself telling her to move back! His portrayal of Dr. Lecter was chilling.

The movie doesn't scare me now (I've watched it countless times) but it definitely was the scariest. Some others that I've found to be quite scary as well:

Psycho, IT (damn that clown!), The Shining, The Exorcist, The Ring, Signs (the music was what got me the most).

I love horror/thriller movies.
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