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TejasHorn
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There is the Exorcist followed by a few others.

Salem's Lot is certainly up there. A few scenes from the Omen although it seems more campy now than back then.



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CAGator
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As a kid Poltergiest I was afraid of my closet and tv..

Stir of Echos did not really scare me just creeped me out when I first saw it.






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Sublime
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tigerbru17
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You see to me, Silence of the Lambs is just an all around good movie. Not really scary to me. Just a good film.





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Hugo Stiglitz
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MrFreakinMiyagi
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Candyman

frick mirrors






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biglego
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Wizard of Oz
Return to Oz (the 80s sequel)
Neverending Story
Alice in Wonderland

All are creepy. Any pre-digital age fantasy movie comes off as creepy.






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Kracka
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Sinister was pretty good


I watched this movie last night, and I was alone watching it. I had to turn a light on because I got a little scared to be honest. But there have been a few movies that kept me from sleeping well. Usually movies that involve ghosts or child murdering.






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EyeOfDaTiga1
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The first Paranormal Activity before they ruined it with multiple sequels. Saw it at the rave before it was released throughout the country.





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LE610N
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I liked Sinister. Creeped me out too. Especially the home videos.





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Kracka
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Especially the home videos.


Yeah the music that was played during them really fricked with me. I was scared to go let the dogs out, because I thought the demon guy was going to be in my back yard. disgusting for a 38yr old man to be scared to go outside.






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davidlsu
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The strangers was fricked up. Wasn't that a true story?





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MrFreakinMiyagi
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quote:

The first Paranormal Activity







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Kracka
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I think it was loosely based on something that happened. But wiki says otherwise.





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MrFreakinMiyagi
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quote:

The strangers was fricked up.

I need to check this out.
quote:

Wasn't that a true story?

No. They never are.






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WG_Dawg
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disgusting for a 38yr old man to be scared to go outside.








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Porter Osborne Jr
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The Ring
Se7en was intense and the part where the guy coughed was the first and only time in a movie that I've actually jumped during a movie.






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Qwerty
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The "ghost boy" in three men and a baby scared me as a kid.





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MaesterMullen
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i don't know why that is funny, alot of people thought is was pretty scary. I guess they aren't as badass as you though.





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townhallsavoy
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ET.

When the government came to take ET away, I thought that the government was going to come take me away.







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