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Old 05-21-2007, 03:52 PM   #31
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Ew yeah Wolf Creek...I do love all the post-Texas Chainsaw things (Hills Have Eyes, Wrong Turn, Wolf Creek). Creepy.

I also liked 28 Days Later and the new Dawn of the Dead. It's like they took the stoned zombies in Night of the Living Dead and gave them meth...hardcore zombies on speed, dig it.
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Old 05-21-2007, 11:13 PM   #32
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It's funny, the movie IT was sort of amusing without being really scary at all (IMO), but the BOOK, oh man that scared the hell outta me. Pet Sematary is another...cheesy movie, horrific novel.
Both of those movies didn't bother me either but the book themselves put some fear into me!
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What's your favorite scary movie?
The first one probably.

Oh come on. You knew it was coming


I HATE scary movies. I have never seen one and I never, ever plan to. I can't handle them. I crap myself when I'm with mates and they go to put on a movie, and they start throwing around titles like Scream, TCM, etc... I'm like, "we haven't seen Scary Movie in a while!"


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Something about Wolf Creek continues to disturb me. I'm afraid of Australia!
We're not aaalll like that...

JOKING

No it's quite funny actually, he struggles to get many roles lately because of that movie.
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The only movie that's ever scared me was the Exorcist, and 20+ years later, it still freaks me out to think of it.

I think Blair Witch bugged me out for a night or two.......I can't think of any others that got to me.
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The only movie that's ever scared me was the Exorcist, and 20+ years later, it still freaks me out to think of it.

I think Blair Witch bugged me out for a night or two.......I can't think of any others that got to me.
I hated that part at the end where the guy is standing in the corner... ughh, I had trouble sleeping after that as well.

For me:

Halloween
The Shining
The Exorcist
Jacob's Ladder
Dawn Of The Dead (2004)

On a related note, my wife dragged me to go see 28 Weeks later this weekend... The first 15-20 minutes are some of the most intense scenes I have seen in a horror film in a while...
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Jacob's Ladder
I love that movie. Tim Robbins deserved an Oscar for it.
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I love that movie. Tim Robbins deserved an Oscar for it.
It was pretty awesome... There were only a couple of disturbing scenes but man where they disturbing...

If you liked the imagery from JL, I recommend Silent Hill by Christope Gans. The plot sucks pretty bad but the sets + cinematography + imagery = awesome (it helps that I love the video game as well)
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Seven or Silence of the lambs from the newer ones.

For older ones...Hitchcock. No one did suspense like him.
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The Exorcist still gets me. I can't sleep well after this movie.

I watched Peter Strab's Ghost Story during my early teens. That scared the crap out of me. Haven't seen a better ghost movie since.
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I completely agree with Silence of the Lambs I was lucky enough to see it in the theatre when it first came out…I think I was 16 or something. Thanks to my overprotective mother, I was only allowed to go if she went with me. Some of the scenes made a man out of me pretty quickly

Right from the beginning of that film, there was something terribly gripping about it. The characters were so believable. I think it’s much harder to make something like that than the clichéd lopping off of heads blood-fests.


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I also liked 28 Days Later
I almost rented that this weekend. The sequel is here in the theatre now. I've heard good things about them both...how they go beyond just Zombies and deal with humanity. But maybe it's just Zombies
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Also, Signs by M.Night is pretty scary! Especially the scenes where they're out in the back yard at night, trampling over leaves and stuff, looking for something. Subtle horror.
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I bought this DVD out of sheer curiosity.

Watched it once, about 3 years ago.

Haven't had the courage to watch it again
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Also, Signs by M.Night is pretty scary! Especially the scenes where they're out in the back yard at night, trampling over leaves and stuff, looking for something. Subtle horror.
That is definitely a great movie, too bad The Village was one of the worst movies I have ever seen.

Is Lady in the Water as bad?
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Also, Signs by M.Night is pretty scary! Especially the scenes where they're out in the back yard at night, trampling over leaves and stuff, looking for something. Subtle horror.
Fantastic movie
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That is definitely a great movie, too bad The Village was one of the worst movies I have ever seen.

Is Lady in the Water as bad?
Lady in the Water was his best film since The Sixth Sense in my opinion. Totally different from anything else he's ever done, so it doesn't suffer from the "sameness" of all his other films post-6th sense.

I highly reccomend it. Probably give it an 8/10
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