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post May 8 2017, 10:56 AM
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What is the scariest movies you have ever seen?
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post May 8 2017, 03:37 PM
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The Ring
The Shining
Friday The 13th
Psycho
Coraline

Plus I've seen the first half of Insidious so far (Thoughts on it: Really creepy)
Also I've got Tiptoe Through The Tulips stuck in my head thanks to this film


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post May 8 2017, 04:12 PM
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f***, Grave Encounters

Whoever thought that ending was necessary need to be in prison for LIFE.
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post May 8 2017, 04:45 PM
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Threads - no contest. May not resonate quite so much with the post Cold War generation but you ask anyone over 40 who remembers watching it in 1984 and you'll soon realise it scared the living shit out of everyone.

Still freaks me out in a way nothing else ever has



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Bambi kink.gif (horror film fanatics should get that reference)

Hmm not seen loads but The Shining was quite scary


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'The Exorcist' (and to a slightly lesser extent, 'The Blair Witch Project' - mainly for the last 15 mins or so)

I refuse to watch 'The Exorcist' again. I understand it might be boring for people but I first saw it when I was very young, and it played on my mind so much to the point of finding it unwatchable.
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post May 8 2017, 10:09 PM
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The Exorcist
Texas Chainsaw Massacre the original film.

Both as scary as anything when I first saw them.

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I don't normally watch scary movies, but I think The Woman in Black has to be the scariest. Ghost movies are soooooo chilling sad.gif

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Alien the stomach exploding scene is quite retching. ITV got into trouble with Ofcom for showing this scene at 9:25am after CITV back in January during an news report on the passing of John Hurt.
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For me it's actually Paranormal Activity, the first one. It was so subtle, slow still that it was the first and only horror movie to make me cry in fear.

It's not my favourite horror film by far, I'm a huge horror fan of films from the 70s onwards but that's just the one that got be genuinely frightened the most.
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