your Scariest movie EVER!!!

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  1. D_N Flay Table

    D_N Flay Table New Member

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    in the spirit of Halloween, I thought I would start a thread about scary movies,
    what movies made you scared like a little girl?
    D:tongue:J:tongue:G
     
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    That vid you posted about the amputee girl. No, the one with the huge vagina...thaaat was eerie.


    In all seriousness, though, I think the movie that scared me the most was this German horror movie about a family that was taken hostage by two men. It had the most horrible ending in history. Everyone died, the parents were forced to watch their young son being raped and then murdered...it was too sick.
     
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    Resident Evil
     
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    A movie called "Slithis". Look it up.
     
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    the Exorcist, Count Dracula (BBC 1977), and A Nightmare on Elm Street.
     
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    ppl at imdb say this movie is horrible? what gives?
     
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    The Shining really gave me nightmares. Especially those girls on the bikes! Oh, the horror!
     
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    I think "Silence of Lambs" was my all time favorite...

    Only because of the chance that it is true somewhere in someway,shape or form,that type of sick shit happens.

    Anthony Hopkins owned Dr.Lector...

    Anthony rocks:headbang:...I'd do him:tongue:
     
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    All the one's over the past 30 years with Jason, Leatherface, Freddy, and most recently Wrong Turn. Bodily dismemberment grosses me out for some reason.
     
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    Has to be Halloween and/or Friday the 13th...when I left the theater, I was basically catatonic...of course, I was higher than a kite when I saw both of them and that might have intensified the terror...also think of Ghost Story (another shocker the first time I saw it)...or maybe my all time scariest movie was The Birds, which I saw when was 6 and had nightmares for YEARS afterwards:eek:...my mother regretted having let me watch it!!

    Have any of you seen Last Exit to Brooklyn? Really dark and spooky in its own way...can't wait to see the other responses to this thread. Peace,

    Phenix
     
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    I don't get scared by 'scary' films

    most jut rely on drawing you in and then going BANG

    and that's not really scary now is it?
     
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    Last exit to brooklyn? Loved it, I grew up there so I could still relate. Not scary,but It gave me an ill feeling. Remember the gang fuck?
     
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    Rent "in a glass cage", German with english subtitles. I won't spoil it for you but please rent it if you liked the other film you were talking about.
     
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    When I lived in the DC area I ran up the Exorcist stairs, the ones that the priest was thrown down. Eeerie, because we did it (slightly buzzed) at midnight. They are behind the gas station on the Georgetown side of (I think) the Key Bridge (sp?).

    Scariest movie would probably be the original "Night of the Living Dead". I have seen so many movies that it could change by next week, but tonight it feels like that one. I saw it at a friend's house when I was around 13 and had to walk home. I lived on a really isolated army base, and it was very creepy at night. I remember walking my friends home, of course I was the farthest away. Anyway, we had ghost fog, which is only from the ground up around a meter or so. It was spooky as fuck. Very few street lights, could not see the ground, could hear coyotes just outside the perimeter fence. Damn scary because of the creepy way that the movie was shot. George A. Romero is the best.
     
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    Not a gore fan, so dismemberment and shit like that just grosses me out; not scary. But I remember having to get up and go to the bathroom just to take a break from the Exorcist. Damn theatre had a speaker in the bathroom so there was no escape.

    Alien, pick one, those were damn scary.
     
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    I was 11, at the movie theater unaccompanied, and Michael Landon kept turning into a werewolf.
     
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    As a 15 year old it was THE EXORCIST! We smoked countless joints and drank countless Heineken and I was brought up Catholic! The Crucifix scene alone----hebe jeebies. My sister was 18 at the time and thought it was hilarious. Maybe cause I was so high!
    Honestly rent "Tras en cristal" You will be glad you did, it is truely scarey and adult sick at the same time!
     
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    I've never been scared by a movie.
     
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    The Blair Witch Project
     
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    Yes, I saw BWP in a nearly-empty, dark theatre near the end of its run. It had me jump out of my seat a few times.

    Se7en was probably the "creepiest scary" movie I've seen.
     
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