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JombieZombie
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Texas Chainsaw '74; the dinner scene feels absolutely real and initially makes you think Tobe Hooper cast real crazy people in the roles. It's a masterpiece that still affects me, and I've seen it dozens of times.


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wasteland
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TCM is another good one.

I forgot about Freaks. Probably creeped me out more than anything else






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boom roasted
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Ok bro. I guess we have had different experiences with the movie bro. But next time I post bro, I'll make sure the movie is scary enough for your tastes bro. Rock on bro.





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wasteland
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anyone that can't appreciate the terror of Nosferatu is not worth arguing with





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WITNESS23
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Unbreakable scared the living shite out of me for some reason.





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e=mc^escher
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I saw a single scene of a movie when I was about 8. I was flipping thru the channels and stopped at one to see a basketball bounce into a room. A kid picked the ball up and proceeded to toss at an old woman. When the ball hit the woman's head it exploded into a blood geyser. I screamed at the top of my lungs and didnt watch tv for a while after that.

Another movie that didnt scare me but disturbed me was the Mist. It wasnt particularly scary but the ending bothered me for a few days.






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LE610N
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quote:

I saw a single scene of a movie when I was about 8. I was flipping thru the channels and stopped at one to see a basketball bounce into a room. A kid picked the ball up and proceeded to toss at an old woman. When the ball hit the woman's head it exploded into a blood geyser. I screamed at the top of my lungs and didnt watch tv for a while after that.

So that's why you stopped playing basketball in high school.






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CBandits82
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The Fog (the original).



this scared the shite out of me as a kid. Movie is creepy as all hell.






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e=mc^escher
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Touché






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Cajun Revolution
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The Exorcist.


Never scared me. My dad was a pastor and said it was demonic, "Satan glorifying and sensationalizing himself. No need to give place to that."






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Cajun Revolution
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I never really watched scary movies when I was a kid.

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade when the guys face melted off was pretty bad.

Pinocchio turning into a donkey creeped me out pretty bad. Still kind of does actually.






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Master of Sinanju
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Robot Lady from Superman III. Actually cried in the theater.





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LE610N
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Never scared me. My dad was a pastor and said it was demonic, "Satan glorifying and sensationalizing himself. No need to give place to that."


To me there was nothing glorifying in that movie when I watched it. Truly terrifying IMO. I was 21 or 22 and I had to sleep at a friends house on a Saturday night it messed me up so bad. Lets just say my spirit was ready for the message at Healing Place the following morning






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Cajun Revolution
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Well, he meant making himself scary and torturing people...essentially how you were...grown man sleeping at a friends.





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LE610N
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To each their own I say. I'll stick to being scared of demons and you can have your Pinocchio metamorphosis creep out





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The Cow Goes Moo Moo
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the Strangers


We watched that one night in college. I followed my buddy and his gf home afterwards, waited until they went to bed then banged on their front door. My buddy was not very happy with me.






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tigersownall
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I was a young lad and saw the blair witch project. I thought it was real.





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wasteland
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quote:

Healing Place



speaking of scary....






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JS87
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Kathy Bates Entire Misery Movie



Old Woman Pet Semetary


Sixth Sense Kitchen Ghost Scene






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Popcorn
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quote:

Paranormal Activity 1

SO made me leave the lights on and bring the dogs in the house that night

Turns out they end up sleeping inside now because of this one night.






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