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Don't Look Now
second most scariest film ever. after the exorcist.
dont even try and say that isnt scary
you wont need eyes to seeeee!"
I was actually going to post this, but it's one of the only films which has actually scared me.
is when they decypher the latin
the ending completely fucks with you. one of the most brilliantly shot films i've seen
I actually really enjoyed Signs when it was out. Its unbelievably tense at points and the video of the wee mexican party is perfect.
Me and my flatmate watched it the other day and we were shouting NO DON'T GO IN THERE at the screen and stuff. Yeah we're pretty cool...
pinhead gave me nightmares.
(since little knickers age)
Tristan are you still gonna make me watch that?
it's really really scary tho!
just that once?
The majority is pretty scary but managagable, the end is just terror.
texas chainsaw massacre is the most scary i've seen. truly fucked up and disturbing.
this is a good call i remember being pretty freaked out by this the first time i saw it
and we all cheered when certain annoying characters died.
I'm in two minds. I loved the X files to begin with, but then it all got a little too silly. I think I'm glad it's back though. Non committal enough?
im pretty excited, i think seasons 3-6 were high points, it did get a bit silly though, remember when mulder looked like this
im excited to see the dark knight
I liked David Duchovny best as the sleazy lowlife in Don't tell mom the babysitter's dead:
tooms was pretty fucked up, huh
Eugene. Although I really, really liked the one with the bugs in the wood. I'm not sure why but it mesmerised me.
I once read an interview with David Duchovny where he said his favourite part of a woman is the bit where the upper thigh turns into the ass.
I've never been able to forget that. Now nor will you.
scully was pretty hottt
have you seen david duchovny in californication, in one episode he says 'ive always found a tatoo on the back to be a watermark of the promiscuous, i see them and wonder whether the girl likes it in the pooper'
what a player, huh
still gives me nightmares.
don't care what anyone says
I found tres scary at various points
It's borderline traumatic. I had bad dreams for a while after I first saw it.
was the scariest film I've seen in the last 5 years or so.
I rated it highly, but it didn't scare me atol.
I still keep seeing Tomas walking slowly towards me and purring like a broken kettle.
doesn't scare me as much as the aftermath in my imagination
which means I have to be prepared to be woken up the night after watching a horror film due to nightmares :S
do you cuddle her all night, or do you go back to sleep?
and talk to her about dogs until she falls asleep thinking about happier things :D
joey won't let me watch scary things before bed now cos i keep waving my arms about and screaming at things in my sleep..
The Ring and the Grudge and the last 5 minutes of the Blair Witch Project fuck me up.
and the scene in Sixth Sense where the dead kid under the bed grabs his ankle.
Proper scary stuff.I actually turned it off half way true.
the dvd is in the freezer
Yes it's become one of the clichéd "80's Horror Films" but that last bit on the lake has made me afraid of flange.
Seriously, I can no longer listen to Cancer by Mansun without feeling slightly nervous.
scared me crap-less when I was a little 'un
Not seen much since unless you count the much underrated and underwatched "Cabin Fever" ;-)
I've spent ages trying to convince my friends that it's the best end to a film ever. It's the cinematic equivalent of 'fuck you' but it has so much depth to it. Complete and utter horror.
Also Blair Witch Project, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the sloth bit in Seven
oh and Mulholland Drive, for this scene
is really underrated thanks to the backlash and parodying it's received.
it's so beautiful at points an has one of the most famous love scenes ever. And it's terrifying and exotic and everything. And really clever in terms of foreshadowing and stuff like that.
The Ring and The Vanishing (the originals) are also creepy as fuck. For wildly different reasons.
is probably the only thing on film that's genuinely scared me rather than just made me jump.
that are all jumps. It just goes to show what an artless hack the director is; incapable of building any suspense or atmosphere into their film.
That bit with the dogs = :'(
About 40 + minutes long.
There is some really surreal little moments.
the really scary movies are things like Legally Blonde and How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days (shudder) and all those awful awful hollywood RomComs that make me feel physically ill at the thought of all those office monkeys around the globe who are so intellectually barren and emotionally stunted that they have to get their visceral shocks from Take A Break true stories of Cab Drivers That Kill or somesuch
THAT'S fucking scary
is the pinnacle of scary.
bad taste, my mouth, you, left a.
The last 15 minutes of Ring 0 are pretty fucked
The third Exorcist movie had some incredible moments too
watched the shining and the blair witch project in one night. i thought she was going to have a cardiac arrest at one point, and i had literally curled into a ball by the last scene of the blair witch
(the vanishing, is really unsettling very powerful very depressing but im not sure about scary)
(evil dead 1 is gruelling and intense)
Psycho scared me when i was younger
Actually out of modern scaries 'the descent' is actually really rather good
So scary! It's the only film I can think of that's really scared me as a grown up.
even after seeing it countless times.
'come play with us Danny'
Oooh I get shivers just thinking about it!
or anything with evil kids in it.
like the one with nicole kidman that i can't remember the name of.
and the grudge ones, can't watch them alone.
couldn't bring myself to watch the dvd extra on 'the ring' either where you can watch the actual video, i'm such a pansy.
i <3 horror films!
was quite creepy i thought,pissed over Diary Of The Dead which was not very good.
Is Frontier(s) any good?
when I first saw John Carpenters The Thing. I think I was literally shaking during the end credits. Same with Aliens, a masterclass in ramping up the tension for the whole duration and never easing up. Other than those two and Ring films have rarely scared me, computer games can be far more effective, *thinks off the last level in Manhunt* ARGH!!
one of the best endings of all time?
Is not known for it's scaryness. However, there's one scene that I couldn't watch, and gave me nightmares. its....rrrgh I can't even write and describe it...Bye
Some of it's silly, like the pea soup and the head spinning round, but the rest of it is really fucking creepy.