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Old 06-06-2014, 12:39 AM   #1
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The SCARIEST MOVIE you have ever watched..

Ok 1 choice, not multiple choices

Of all the scary movies you have watched name only 1 movie, or scene, that scared the @#$@# outta you. even to this day.

And if you watched that movie even right now, you'd be holding your pillow tight


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The Exorcist

I was only 6 or 7 years old when I first watched it and I was scarred for a while
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The Exorcist

I was only 6 or 7 years old when I first watched it and I was scarred for a while
I was around 5 when I saw it for the first time, the spider walk down the stairs gives me chills.
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Same here. Watched it as a young kid, raised in a Catholic home.
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yeah Exorcist definitely

the 1st Insidious movie was pretty good too but it's hard to be scared as an adult
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It all depends on the timing.. Something scary as a kid is probably not scary later on in life. I don't get scared by movies anymore, but games can still get me.

The last movie that actually scared me was Blair Witch.. that was just the right movie for the time for me, and it was great
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This movie messed me up for a few nights back then
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Not quite your normal horror movie pick, but Threads. Movie still haunts me to this day.


I mean shit, twice in just my lifetime we've been uncomfortably close to it, with Norway being even post-cold war.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1983_Soviet_nuclear_false_alarm_incidenthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norwegian_rocket_incident
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The scariest film I've ever seen is Salvador Dali's Un Chien Andalou (1929).

The eye cutting scene is the part that I find very unnerving.

The full 21 minute film is in the spoilers below.



I'm breaking the rules here, but..

I have to continue on to say, the best scary film I've ever seen is Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960).

In specific, the shower scene stands out as brilliantly directed. In fact, Janet Leigh found filming the scene so traumatizing that she never took another shower. It's a great films so I encourage everyone to see it in its entirety, however, the 4 minute shower scene is in the spoilers below.

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yes IT my god i thought i blocked it out of memory

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^ I heard their coming out with 2 new films based on IT

Stephen King's It Movie Adaptation Moves To New Line - CinemaBlend.com
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Freddy Krueger when I was a kid. Couldn't sleep after.
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) - IMDb
The ring when I was a teenager. Also messed with my sleep.
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Yes Freddy fucked me up good when I was young too.
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I love horror movies even as a young kid. The Nightmare on ElmStreet 1-3 was scary when I watched them in the 80s'. Same goes for Friday the 13tb, Insidious was good for a new horror type movies.

I agree movies aren't really scary as you get older, I find watching them in the theater is a bit better though. If a movie can make me jump I think it's doing a decent job as a horror film.
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The last movie that actually scared me was Blair Witch.. that was just the right movie for the time for me, and it was great
up, depends on the age, as a kid:

Candyman.

Candyman (1992) - IMDb


I hated looking in mirrors after that movie.




As a teenager:

Blair witch, I had a job around camps and in the forest at the time. perfect timing. . .
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The music video for Black Hole Sun.


Seriously though, I don't really get scared from conventional "scary movies", however I do get uncomfortable with horrible, large scale events happening in movies that could happen in real life.

Primarily nuclear war, the scene(s) where SKYNET takes control and initiates a nuclear holocaust.
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The Ring, after watching that movie in theaters, I was scarred of TV's for a few days.
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The music video for Black Hole Sun.


Seriously though, I don't really get scared from conventional "scary movies", however I do get uncomfortable with horrible, large scale events happening in movies that could happen in real life.

Primarily nuclear war, the scene(s) where SKYNET takes control and initiates a nuclear holocaust.
Oh man you just reminded me of a realistic dream I had where the world ended that shook me for days

IMO dreams are way scarier than movies, because at the time you usually think it's really happening
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