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Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by daneeyah, Jun 18, 2008.

  1. daneeyah

    daneeyah Guest

    My roommates and I want to watch a super super scary movie..
    Give us ideas of which ones to rent please.
    Thanks :wavey:
     
  2. Jd

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    just watched The Evil Dead for the first time since i was a kid....not quite as scary as then but still entertaining
     
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    Gotta go with Event Horizon there.
     
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    I've been waiting to watch this, but its not on Netflix that I see. :wtc:
     
  6. Killbane

    Killbane Ahhh Indianna...

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    Salems Lot
    Rosemary's baby
    The Exorcist
    Silver Bullet
     
  7. iwishyouwerebeer

    iwishyouwerebeer you shut your cunt Moderator

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    Suspiria just made me laugh the entire time/
     
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    :werd:

    Watched it the other night. The last twenty minutes or so and genuinely fucked up. Great horror flick.
     
  9. nozoki

    nozoki Hail to the king, baby.

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    Texas Chainsaw Massacre. I never saw the remake so it might be ok, but the original has this look and feel that still creeps me out.

    Phantasm

    American Werewolf in London
     
  10. EliotNess

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    SHUTTER was pretty scary. The Thai version AND the American one. I loved the premise, the whole spirit photography angle. Makes you want to believe that ghosts are real!
     
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    Zombie Strippers
     
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    The Exorcist scared the hell out of me everytime. I'm referring to the one where the girl threw up that green, slimy substance. Satan's face was really scary and I imagined his face on my wall for a week.
     
  13. EliotNess

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    DVD out today!

    Yeah, that one stays with you for sure. Masayuki's version of 'Shutter' drops on DVD today, I'm all over it:

    [​IMG]

    Made that on the DVD launch site, you can upload photos and play around with them to make your own 'spirit photography' like in the film. I saw my photo used in a banner ad over on the JoBlo message boards, very cool.
     
  14. Music Nazi

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    Saw The Shining when I was like 8.......scarred me forever.
     
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    IT.:noes:

    other mentions...

    - silent hill
    - the grudge (both version's are good)
    - shutter (thai version)
    - exorcist
    - dolls
    - child's play
    - leprechaun (the first one)
    - gremlins
    - the gate
    - dead silence
    - hellraiser

    and yes...I'm scared of clowns and dolls..and lil people :o
     
  17. Bruticus

    Bruticus half dead OT Supporter

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    I usually just laugh at horror movies and not many have any effect on me. A few I found somewhat scary were Wolf Creek, The Ring and Candyman.
     
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    Came in to post this.

    It's not just jumpy, but physically frightening :noes:
     
  19. PUREVIL

    PUREVIL More Money Than Brains Croo

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    Event Horizon was pretty wicked.... I recently saw someone post Maximum Overdrive in another forum and when I was a kid it was scary, I dont know if it would be still scary today though. So it may be worth renting either for a scare or a good laugh. LOL
     
  20. VashtaNerada

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    Is it sad I found Cloverfield scary? Those parasites, uh!
     
  21. EliotNess

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    Poltergeist got me real bad when I was a kid...and I remember wanting to be scared by Serpent and the Rainbow, but it didn't happen...I got the shivers at one point or two during The Grudge.
     
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    I saw the climax scene of Psycho the other day for the first time in awhile like a 2-3 minute clip on some Alfred Hitchcock segment on I can't remember (TMC)? Anyway he was talking about his views on film making and elements of his films and giving examples and just watching that small scene in a unprepared atmosphere lights on, thinking about my day not in movie mode etc. I still felt awesome (not so much scary) but just proud of what I was seeing. Sounds just make that movie IMO.

    Great one to see over as I plan on watching it once I get back to the states.
     
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    I actually found The Descent pretty intense in theaters.
     
  24. Noel

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    i just saw [Rec] last night and was thoroughly impressed.

    Its probably the most gritty, tension-building horror movie i've ever seen. A must see if you like zombies.

    got it off Torrents, streamed it to my living room TV. Awesome. Very unfortunate that its not available on DVD yet
     
  25. Paraprakrti

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    Thanks for telling me about [Rec]. I found it online as well and just finished watching it. It's the best POV horror movie I've seen. I was genuinely freaked out at certain scenes. Waaaaaay better than Blair Witch, Cloverfield and Diary Of The Dead.

    There's a U.S. remake on its way starring Jennifer Carpenter (The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Showtime's Dexter) but it will probably not be nearly as good. The U.S. remake is titled Quarantine.
     

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