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Re: Most Effective Horror Movies

Postby NKistheshiz » Fri Oct 17, 2008 8:22 pm

LoveIt wrote:In the last few years...The Decent!

I remember watching IT in high school... that was scary.

I use to love watching Silver Bullet (not so scary) and The Lost Boys - but 80's horror flicks... classic! :-)


I love The Decent. OMG! I've seen it like ten times. The only part that makes me cringe is when that girl (I forgot her name) was hiding in the blood. That grossed me out and the way the creatures looked. But I thought it was a good movie.
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Re: Most Effective Horror Movies

Postby NKistheshiz » Fri Oct 17, 2008 8:28 pm

LoveIt wrote:In the last few years...The Decent!

I remember watching IT in high school... that was scary.

I use to love watching Silver Bullet (not so scary) and The Lost Boys - but 80's horror flicks... classic! :-)


I love The Decent. OMG! I've seen it like ten times. The only part that makes me cringe is when that girl (I forgot her name) was hiding in the blood. That grossed me out and the way the creatures looked. But I thought it was a good movie.
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Re: Most Effective Horror Movies

Postby MRK » Sat Oct 18, 2008 6:48 pm

Exorcist...scariest, soundtrack ever...not to mention freaky head spinning...I was 13 when I first watched it and was too afraid to sleep in a bed for a couple nights!
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Re: Most Effective Horror Movies

Postby heifergrl1 » Sat Oct 18, 2008 9:31 pm

MRK wrote:Exorcist...scariest, soundtrack ever...not to mention freaky head spinning...I was 13 when I first watched it and was too afraid to sleep in a bed for a couple nights!


That movie was sooo scary! I was freaked out for like a week! I like scary movies for some weird reason though. I'll watch one and then be scared so bad that I don't wanna sleep but then I want to watch it again! My friends and I are going to have a scary movie fest on halloween weekend and I am soo excited!! We are going to scare the crap out of one of my friends cause she thought that The Village was scary...which is sad...so we are making her watch scary movies all night with us :D .

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Re: Most Effective Horror Movies

Postby lag28wa » Mon Oct 20, 2008 2:47 am

I thought The RIng was pretty scary, had a lot of that starle-you-out-of-your-seat-so-you-spill-your-coke thing going on.

For the just plain disturbing category I choose Hostel. That was a bad movie in that I was wondering what kind of sick people actual go to watch something like that? Exponential creep factor on that one.

As for just pure unadulterated terror, a blend of getting startled and a blend of just being scared like oh-crap-what-do-we-do-now-with-a-psycho-coming- after-us!!!
For that movie I pick is the remake of the Chainsaw Massacre. I was really scared that after he killed everyone he'd be coming om the back doors of the theatre to kill all of us! And the sound of a chainsaw will never be the same :shock:
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Re: Most Effective Horror Movies

Postby RajaniArchana » Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:41 pm

RECORD.

It's in Spanish, but hands down it's the scariest thing i've ever seen. It's only about 1 hr 15 minute slong, but...the new movie Quarentine is the English remake of it and...it's so scary. At one point this little girl bites her mother IN THE EYE. I was like "WTF?" My best friend and i watched it with her brothers/cousin and we kept jumping and screaming and her cousin kept kicking us at the suspensful parts so we'd jump more.

But it was so very scary. And gory. Freaking gory. I loved it.
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Re: Most Effective Horror Movies

Postby NKistheshiz » Tue Oct 21, 2008 11:46 pm

I've heard about that.... I tried looking for it at my Blockbuster but I couldn't find it. I might order it off Netflixs.
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Re: Most Effective Horror Movies

Postby RajaniArchana » Wed Oct 22, 2008 8:47 am

NKistheshiz wrote:I've heard about that.... I tried looking for it at my Blockbuster but I couldn't find it. I might order it off Netflixs.


It's actually not available in the U.S. My friend had to download it, though I dunno where. :?
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Re: Most Effective Horror Movies

Postby NKistheshiz » Wed Oct 22, 2008 9:29 am

Damn, I keep hearing about it. It's supposed to be a lot better than Quaratine.... I guess I'll just have to settle for Quaratine. Some of my friends said it was good.
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Re: Most Effective Horror Movies

Postby Trey » Thu Oct 23, 2008 9:52 pm

Yeah not too crazy about scary movies, i'm kind of a wimp that way. I'll stick with my comedy..haha.

Signs did creep me out, not a huge fan of aliens anyway. The end, though, was extremely good.

Sometimes even the commercials to movies creep me out like The Strangers...that just gives me chills. Especially when the "captives" say "Why are you doing this" and the "strangers" say "Because you're home"

The one movie that has dubbed to be the scariest classic movie ever made is The Shinning. I thought it was HILARIOUS!!! "Here's Johnny!" haha....I was laughing throughout it. It is a classic, still really good and unqiue. They just don't make 'em like that anymore....now we have 5 million Saw movies... (no offense to any people who like watching dismemberment and torment)

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