Scary movies

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    anyone like them? I havent seen hardly any. I saw the ring though. i know its been out a while...so long that there is a sequel (which i havent seen yet). I saw it with a bunch of friends, and people talked during it, so it made it less potent if you know what i mean. Besides that, i loved it. I thought was purely awesome. Partly because i liked the almost artsy way they made the movie, with the video and all, and the black horse. I thought it was so cool. Anyone else?
     
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    Haven't seen The Ring. But images of The Blair Witch Project are still printed on my eyes. I know it's a cliché but it's damn scary
     
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    i am the biggest scary movie fan on TPF.


    the ring was good

    exorcist
    saw
    28 days later
    dawn of the dead
    texas chainsaw massacre


    all these are sooo goood..



    md
     
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    I LOVE SCARY MOVIES!!! Haven't seen a whole lot of them lately though. I LOVE to have the crap scared outa me...love the adrenaline. Love scary books for the same reason. The last scary movie I saw in theaters was Excorsist: The Beginning. Whenever the freaky parts would come on, my boyfriend would jump at me and in turn, make me jump. The entire row behind us was laughing.
     
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    I used to love them but after I had children for some reason I can't watch them at all! The Shining is one of my favorites, though.
     
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    md :mrgreen:
     
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    "The Changling" from the mid to late 70s.

    Scariest. movie. EVER.
     
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    I loved the Ring, but I just saw the sequal and it sucked imho.
     
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    I don't like a slasher flick - all that gore and not much plot.. Waste of time, then I can't get the images out of my head when I'm alone in the house. Not good!! ;)

    I like a good thriller, though. Alfred Hitchcock movies are the best. Psycho, Frenzy - these movies have some nasty scenes but it's mainly your brain telling you what's going on without becoming too graphic. And The Birds scared the crap out of me when I was little. :mrgreen:

    I tend to enjoy old movies, old B&Ws, where the power of suggestion ruled the day. They seem more artfully done. Bette Davis was a trip in "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" The wild hair and makeup could freak you out all by itself.

    Good stuff. :thumbup:
     
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    Got to admit that some of those girls were pretty nice...
    but shhhht
     

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