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Scary Movies - September 29th 2011, 08:08 AM

Can anyone suggest some really scary movies which could scare the shit outta me? I am trying to avoid going into SH so I need something that can actually make me close my eyes.
P.S. I prefer zombies and the supernatural.



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Re: Scary Movies - September 29th 2011, 08:50 AM

I'm the type of person who never gets scared at movies. I can safely say that the only movie that has ever freaked me out/made me jump was The Descent.

Fucking scary lol.

But don't watch the sequel, it's lame.


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Re: Scary Movies - September 29th 2011, 09:28 AM

Room 1408 terrified me but it is an 18 ... it's a supernatural based one. There's others but that was always the one that scared me most.


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Re: Scary Movies - September 29th 2011, 07:32 PM

I like "The Ring" & "Haunting in Connecticut"
   
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Re: Scary Movies - September 29th 2011, 08:08 PM

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Freakin' Terrifying. Remember watching it with my 4 best friends at like 12 and we almost wet ourselves.
   
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Re: Scary Movies - September 29th 2011, 08:26 PM

Haunting in Connecticut.
   
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Re: Scary Movies - September 30th 2011, 02:03 PM

The Ring is meant to be scary apparently (but watch the orignal Japanese made film (made in english btw), not the newer America one as I heard it's better )


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Re: Scary Movies - October 1st 2011, 01:32 AM

Mirrors - I guess. Scary movies don't really scare me. Some Horro movies I like are The Grude Movies!


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Re: Scary Movies - October 1st 2011, 09:43 AM

Started watching Paranormal Activity last night. Got bored about half an hour in. Incredibly tedious movie with cheap scares. Completely overrated.
   
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Re: Scary Movies - October 1st 2011, 01:17 PM

Thank you all! Now I am confused which movie to see xD

Which one of these has the most bloodshed and freaky faces and all?



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Re: Scary Movies - October 1st 2011, 09:39 PM

I think "Haunting in Connecticut" was both gross (for example, showed eye lids cut off of someone) & freaky. I think it's more along the lines you're looking for.
   
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Re: Scary Movies - October 3rd 2011, 10:34 AM

Ohk,...thanks a lot!



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Re: Scary Movies - October 3rd 2011, 11:07 AM

I'm still behind 1408 ... you never see what's making the bad stuff happen so it's really creepy ... but there's still plenty of gore in it

Again, gonna say for morality's sake, you are 15 these are all 18s. Much as I did it my self ... laws etc say no :P


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Re: Scary Movies - October 3rd 2011, 12:10 PM

Thanks. I'll need some really scary shit to scare me enough. And there's no rule book which says that I'll suddenly develop sense enough to see it on my 18th birthday :P



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Re: Scary Movies - October 3rd 2011, 12:40 PM

Just feeling obliged to recommend legally etc. It's your choice to stick to it or not haha, God knows I watched these movies before I was 18.
If you want them scarier I'm sure you'll know the lights rule. Lights off, watch alone. Makes pretty much any horror movie scarier. I couldn't sleep after doing this with 1408 ...
P.S. I know noone's recommended it, but people usually do, the Shining ... actually not that scary. I think I jumped once, but the blood etc, nothing on other movies.


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Re: Scary Movies - October 4th 2011, 02:46 PM

I was confused about watching it alone. But now that you've said it, thats exactly what I am going to do :P



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Re: Scary Movies - October 6th 2011, 06:56 AM

I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Salo. You'll need sub-titles because it's not in English and due to its content, it's banned in many countries. It has deep political and philosophical meaning but I won't get into all that, other than saying it was filmed in the 1940s and seeks to show the worst, most depraved behaviours possible of humanity. It's not a slasher by any means, if you want that, watch a movie with Jason (i.e. Friday The 13th as a TV series or the movies, Freddy vs. Jason, etc...). You may want to avoid Jason X because it was downright boring and an insult to Jason.

Other movies would be Hostel, Hostel: Part II, Ichi the Killer, Borderland (has some rather weird scenes as well), Captivity (some parts are a bit slow), I Spit On Your Grave (I liked it but many didn't because it's apparently a shitty remake), The Last House on the Left, and The Collector.

If you want a rather slow and lamer movies, go for I Know Who Killed Me. It's meant to be a brutal horror movie but it's more like a shitty mystery or detective movie. Also, try Untraceable. I found it to be a confusing movie and couldn't understand the main themes at all.

Lastly, this is a movie that I haven't gotten around to watching but is meant to be good, Baise-moi (French term for fuck me).


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Re: Scary Movies - October 6th 2011, 01:55 PM

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I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Salo.
That's because it's not scary in a 'Ahh! Made me jump!' kind of way but a 'Okay, time to take a sledge hammer to my head' kind of way.

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If you want a rather slow and lamer movies, go for I Know Who Killed Me. It's meant to be a brutal horror movie but it's more like a shitty mystery or detective movie.
How did you go from Salo to I Know Who Killed me? I would rather shoot myself than watch either again, but for different reasons. I guess it's scary in the sense that someone actually thought Lindsay Lohan as an indentical twin stripper with a few lost limbs running around trying to figure out why parts keep falling off her would make a good movie.


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Re: Scary Movies - October 7th 2011, 03:20 PM

Both of you are confusing me!



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Re: Scary Movies - October 7th 2011, 04:41 PM

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I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Salo. You'll need sub-titles because it's not in English and due to its content, it's banned in many countries. It has deep political and philosophical meaning but I won't get into all that, other than saying it was filmed in the 1940s and seeks to show the worst, most depraved behaviours possible of humanity. It's not a slasher by any means, if you want that, watch a movie with Jason (i.e. Friday The 13th as a TV series or the movies, Freddy vs. Jason, etc...). You may want to avoid Jason X because it was downright boring and an insult to Jason.

Other movies would be Hostel, Hostel: Part II, Ichi the Killer, Borderland (has some rather weird scenes as well), Captivity (some parts are a bit slow), I Spit On Your Grave (I liked it but many didn't because it's apparently a shitty remake), The Last House on the Left, and The Collector.

If you want a rather slow and lamer movies, go for I Know Who Killed Me. It's meant to be a brutal horror movie but it's more like a shitty mystery or detective movie. Also, try Untraceable. I found it to be a confusing movie and couldn't understand the main themes at all.

Lastly, this is a movie that I haven't gotten around to watching but is meant to be good, Baise-moi (French term for fuck me).
I would definitely not recommend "Salo". It isn't scary at all & it just made me want to puke.

As for the other movies, I don't know what types of movies you're allowed to watch, but a few of those are very inappropriate (rated R). So definitely check before buying/renting.
   
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Re: Scary Movies - October 8th 2011, 08:05 PM

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How did you go from Salo to I Know Who Killed me?
Apparently it wasn't evident to you that I gave a range of movies and wrote, "If you want a rather slow and lamer movie, go for I Know Who Killed Me". That is clearly distinguishing it from the other movies I listed because I cannot bring myself to lump I Know Who Killed Me together with Salo without differentiating the two.

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As for the other movies, I don't know what types of movies you're allowed to watch, but a few of those are very inappropriate (rated R). So definitely check before buying/renting.
I do check before buying/renting them and the inappropriate factor is what always makes it interesting. In terms of what movies I'm allowed to watch, I assume you're referring to what movies my parents will let me watch. Whenever we go to buy or rent a DVD, my parents choose their own (sometimes my father and mother get different DVDs) and I choose a DVD, such as the ones I mentioned or something else that sounds promising. When I was a lot younger then my parents would say, "no, no, put that back and find something else" but that stopped a while ago.


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Re: Scary Movies - October 8th 2011, 09:20 PM

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I do check before buying/renting them and the inappropriate factor is what always makes it interesting. In terms of what movies I'm allowed to watch, I assume you're referring to what movies my parents will let me watch. Whenever we go to buy or rent a DVD, my parents choose their own (sometimes my father and mother get different DVDs) and I choose a DVD, such as the ones I mentioned or something else that sounds promising. When I was a lot younger then my parents would say, "no, no, put that back and find something else" but that stopped a while ago.
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Re: Scary Movies - October 9th 2011, 02:56 PM

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I got my net speed back finally!
SO I am gonna start downloading all these movies. Lets see who recommended the scariest movie in here!



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Re: Scary Movies - October 15th 2011, 11:05 AM

I hope you've enjoyed recently released Tucker and Dale vs Evil movie. I love this movie story and would like to recommend you to go watch it, if you've missed this brilliant release movie of the month.
   
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Re: Scary Movies - October 18th 2011, 04:41 PM

I saw The Haunting in Connecticut and it was like awesome! Scared the shit outta me! BUt then there was I drama with a big cockroach in the washroom and I lost all the fear :P xD



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Re: Scary Movies - October 18th 2011, 05:53 PM

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I saw The Haunting in Connecticut and it was like awesome! Scared the shit outta me! BUt then there was I drama with a big cockroach in the washroom and I lost all the fear :P xD
Haha I'm glad you liked it. I saw that movie in theatres & I was covering my eyes during all the gross scenes. I also left a hand indent in my boyfriend's hand from holding it so hard!
   
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Re: Scary Movies - October 19th 2011, 09:26 AM

Zombie Land wasn't really scary but it was slightly amusing.
Insidious.
Hide and Seek.
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