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Old 10-31-2007, 03:59 PM   #16
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has anyone seen those leprechaun movies? leprechaun in the hood kicked ass
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1. "The Exorcist"--I will not watch it any more.

2. "Poltergeist"

3. Stephen King's "It"

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Halloween and The Exorcist are my faves. Watchng a Halloween fest today on AMC (skipped 3). Donald Pleasance as Dr Loomis

I find Frailty disturbing
I will pretty much watch any horror flick that is on.... Some will scare me just about to death and others are just worth a laugh (The Exorcist 2)
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3. Stephen King's "It"

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The Thing
The Shining
The Exorcist

Basically the unholy trinity of awesome horror.
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Labyrinth. I don't care what any of you say.
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Anyone remember Intruders with Richard Crenna? That scarred the shit out of me. Especially the scene where the lady is having a flashback to her memory as a child. She follows this little blonde haired kid he stops at a lake she sees a UFO the kid turns around and it turns out he is a humanoid alien and she is taken by the aliens for experimentation.

And a scene from "Fire in the Sky"
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has anyone seen those leprechaun movies? leprechaun in the hood kicked ass
Ooooh I saw the 1st one with Jennifer Aniston in it. About died when the leprechaun was driving a low rider

Shari I see you are doing the same thing as me all day
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The Thing
Have you gone to this year's Halloween Horror Nights at Universal? My sister went through a "The Thing" haunted house.

The end of The Blair Witch Project freaked me out too. The first two Alien movies are scary to me.

I can't really name a favorite scary movie, because I don't like scarry movies .
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This isn't a scary movie but its a scary as heck song/music video:
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2. "Poltergeist"

I snuck out of bed one night as a small child when HBO was pretty new and watched this by myself...

I couldn't watch static for years, scared the shit out of me.
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maybe it's because I saw it at too young an age, but Red Dragon will forever be the creepiest movie to me.
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I've still never seen "Poltergeist". I'd like to, though...

Let's see-well, of course there's "Psycho", with its damned shower scene...thanks, Hitchcock .

And "Halloween"-first time I saw this movie was after I'd come home from a haunted hayride in which I got the bejesus scared out of me by these chainsaw-wielding guys. After I saw the movie, that night I checked behind every single door, inside every single closet, and seriously thought about keeping my light on in my room (I didn't, though). And the next day I kept staring warily at this row of trees in my backyard whenever I'd be outside, just in case Michael popped out from behind them. Ever since then, I don't care how many times I see that movie, Michael, as well as the very last shots of the movie itself, never fail to creep me the hell out.

I know. I am a major wuss. I've come to terms with this. But those two movies definitely tie for my "scariest movie ever" pick. They both had multiple moments that truly frightened me.

Some other good mentions here, though, I have been creeped out by some of these movies as well. There's also "Misery", though actually, "Misery" was just more really, really unsettling than anything else. Especially for those of us who want to be writers .

"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" is disturbing, too, but I just felt more like I desperately needed to take a shower after watching it more than anything else.

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Ooooh I saw the 1st one with Jennifer Aniston in it. About died when the leprechaun was driving a low rider

Shari I see you are doing the same thing as me all day
I think I have to see these leprechaun movies

I wonder why they did not show Halloween H20 They have Halloween 5 listed as being on again in 2 1/2 hrs........
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I think I have to see these leprechaun movies

I wonder why they did not show Halloween H20 They have Halloween 5 listed as being on again in 2 1/2 hrs........
Just discovered that H20 is going to be playing on FX at 7pm (Central Time). Makes no sense at all to have skipped part 7 on AMC! In fact AMC isn't even showing part 8 but FX is
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