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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Nabeshin View Post
    I'm really not big on horror films. Pretty much every one I've seen is completely idiotic, or has the protagonists taking foolish actions at every turn. The ones that don't are just plain bad.
    Then why come into this thread?

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    For me it's "the Haunting".

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    Scary wise the only movie that ever scared me was The Rocky Horror Picture Show. I still haven't been able to watch the whole thing. It's not really for horror reasons.

    My favourite? Scary Movie 1 + 2. RUN BITCH, RUN!
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    The Thing was awesome. And not just because Kurt Russell was in it.

    I also liked Halloween (both the original and the Rob Zombie remake. Hey, both had their moments).

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    Room 1408 . It kept me on the edge of my seat to the very end.

    One that actually scared the shit out of me when I was little was Chucky. That little monster of a doll just proves how evil red heads are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RK View Post
    One that actually scared the shit out of me when I was little was Chucky. That little monster of a doll just proves how evil red heads are.
    Really? Chucky was more funny than scary.
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    My opinion also. Though the first time round I watched it, before hitting my teens, I did find it a tad creepier than I do now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patchouli Knowledge View Post
    The Thing was awesome. And not just because Kurt Russell was in it.

    I also liked Halloween (both the original and the Rob Zombie remake. Hey, both had their moments).
    I agree the thing is a brilliant film with some great effects considering the time it was made.

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    dont think Chucky is the best horror movie, i found it funny!!!especially the Seed of Chucky ,
    Juon "The Grudge" 1 & 2 will be fit for the winner.
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    Yeah! but I think the japanese version is better... I mean... I liked the american, but the japanese has something... mmm.. something... different... I'll just say I couldn't sleep the night I watched it XD
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    japanese horror films are true horror (except dark water)

    ring 1 want that scary
    saw parts of ring 2
    now ring 0, that was VERY scary.
    but none is as scary as JU-ON.
    hades, when i saw it and went to sleep, i wouldnt DARE turn over to the other side in fear the wife would be there.


    28 days later was awesome and scary.
    although weeks scared me more because i managed to dream of myself in the movie, in the middle of the outbreak and was scared sh*tless.
    uh, halloween (original) scared me a lot too, when i was like 7.

    1408 was also scary, but not seat-jumping scary.

    IT, when i was little, strangely, i never feared clowns, even after this movie.

    and recently, ēREC


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    High Tension
    But "The Descent" is also not bad

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    The scariest ones for me are usually the asian ones:

    - The Grudge (jap version, man that freaked me out)
    - The Eye (hong kong version - the new english version was edited crappily and it ruined a lot of the suspense. Oh, and the actress in the HK version is so pretty!)

    The Descent was interesting, but it got a bit unbelievable near the end. All of a sudden, the blind creatures seemed to see exactly where the people were, even when the people weren't making any noise.

    1408 was fantastic - not so much really scary, but more "what on earth is gonna happen next?"

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    1408 is a great film, not scary but as you said you wonder what's going to happen next.
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    Come on guys.


    Killer Klowns From Outer Space is the obvious choice


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    The most scary film in this world is...

    Cindarella!

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    Braindead, or I believe it is known as something else in the states....was Peter Jackson's first film.

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    "Scary" is entirely subjective. I've never watched any movie of that sort where I wasn't rooting for the protagonists to get slaughtered in gruesome ways. They don't scare me, and it's exactly the same for a lot of other people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngrplz View Post
    Braindead, or I believe it is known as something else in the states....was Peter Jackson's first film.
    Braindead was a comedy though - it's like Shaun of the Dead on an acid trip. Been wanting to watch it again, it's totally wacky.

    I rented 28 Days, and found it very boring. We switched it off after a half hour. I don't care how long it takes the movie to get to the action, but if you can't entertain me with smart dialogue or an interesting plot before that time, then the movie's not worth watching.

    Everytime I venture out and watch a british movie, it always ends up biting me in the a$$. I certainly hope the british filmmakers of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz make more movies, because they're the only british films I find worth watching.

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    JU-ON. I even had a dream of it and i swear i didn't wanna go to sleep the following two days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CATASTROPHE View Post
    IT, when i was little
    personally mainstream horror films tend to be more comical rather than frightening, original j-horror movies carry along with them the eerie atmosphere as opposed to american or british horror which is somewhat disappointing when american directors take it upon themselves to remake j-horror classics.

    personally i'm a fan of haute tension (switchblade romance)
    however i'm not easily scared by films so most horror films seem mediocre to me, digressing from the topic slightly but Irreversible was a film that unsettled me quite a bit, not really because it was scary but because of how realistic each of the events were in the film. i strongly recommend it!

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    Saw I, Saw II
    Its the bloodest movie i ever watched, and
    When you watch the movie, you will said in yourself
    "that person is the killer" but in fact its not , because the real killer is the person that you think is the good of them.
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    we all know who the killer is.

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    baby sun is creepy with its giggling and happy baby-ness.
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    The Texas Chainsaw ,definitely

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