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    What's the SCARIEST movie you've ever seen?
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    Invasion of the Bodysnatchers for me. The 1978 remake with Donald Southerland. That last scene. Plus, it gave me nightmares. I was 18.





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    The Exorcist .... I was 12 and couldn't sleep for weeks. To this day, I still can't listen to "Tubular Bells"!



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    I can't watch scary movies. Seriously. They play with my head too much. It makes me SO tense for far too long.

    While I'm looking forward to this fest, I'm also very on edge. I will be watching all of the entries between 11AM and 3PM with all the lights on.

    Five years ago, we were up in Colorado snowboarding. Some people were watching The Exorcist in the next room. I heard the whole thing. I HEARD it. I didn't sleep that night.


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    While might not be the scariest, it certainly was the creepiest (and very very scary), I saw this French movie last week called Martyrs.

    Europeans don't know how to make trailers, but here is:




    Here is the IMDB link http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1029234/

    Apparently Hollywood is doing a remake of it with Kristen Stewart. I wonder if Hollywood has the guts to beat the living s*%t out of her on screen.


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    Looks like Gore... not Scary to me (IMO): http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=lgzbMrXMO_k

    This will be an interesting thread...what is 'SCARY' to each individual?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ZazaCast View Post
    The Exorcist .... I was 12 and couldn't sleep for weeks. To this day, I still can't listen to "Tubular Bells"!

    Gotta second that. What a great flick. Scared the sh*t outta me.
    "The enemy of art is the absence of limitations"
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    "To me the great hope is... people that normally wouldn't be making movies will make them and suddenly some little fat girl in Ohio will be the new Mozart and will make a beautiful film using her father's camera-corder and the "Professionalism" of movie making will be destroyed forever and it will finally become an art form."
    -Francis Ford Coppola.


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    Aliens.


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    Quote Originally Posted by iunknown View Post
    Aliens.
    Hey, that was the first movie that made my skin crawl at a movie theater. Does nothing for me now, but few things do, although I liked some bits in 'Insidious'.
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    As a writer, The Shining.

    The combination of taking someone that far gone (the All Work & No Play manuscript), and placing him in an isolated location that is actually haunted by such evil poo pooin spooks...


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    I've gotta agree with The Shining. The atmosphere Kubrick created with that was so intense. I thought Alien was a lot scarier than Aliens. The second was more of an action film (but still one of my favorites).


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