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    When I was 6 or 7, the leper colony scene of Fritz Lang´s " The Indian Tomb" scared the living sh..t out of me. Kind of early zombie stuff.

    The only other film I found really scary was REC



    Like Orphanage it was Spanish, but there was an US remake a year or two later called Quarantine - the original was way better though.

    Another good one was Fragile with Calista Flockhart, but they messed up the 3th Act.



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    Since we're talking SCARY here, and not GOOD, The Strangers probably frightened me the most. Ridiculous plot holes, but scary as crap.


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    The original The Haunting of Hill House (1963) B&W

    The whole thing was the look of the house a few rubber doors and the sound design. Scared the crap out of me when I was ten. I saw it again about eight years ago and I can see why. Combining the look of the house with the startling sound, nothing is more effective than using the "radio of the mind".


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    I vote for House on Haunted Hill (1999). Fantastic creepy visuals. The movie is much better, though, if you just turn it off about 10 minutes before it ends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Postmaster View Post
    When I was 6 or 7, the leper colony scene of Fritz Lang´s " The Indian Tomb" scared the living sh..t out of me. Kind of early zombie stuff.

    The only other film I found really scary was REC



    Like Orphanage it was Spanish, but there was an US remake a year or two later called Quarantine - the original was way better though.

    Another good one was Fragile with Calista Flockhart, but they messed up the 3th Act.



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    Rec was f**king scary.


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    This scared me bad as a kid. SalemsLot11.jpg

    Today it's kinda funny but damn, for a 70's TV movie, Salem's Lot had a few good scares. The floating vampire kid scratching at the window was genuinely hair-raising.
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    Salem's Lot!

    Come on!

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    I'm going to have to go with: "Psycho," "The Amityville Horror (the original)," "Halloween," "Damien: Omen," and "Friday The 13th II." I was trying to think of something that really scared me after watching these films that continued into my late teens and even adulthood.

    The things I learned from watching these films were:
    1. People can have some really crazy secrets.
    2. Houses can have histories - possibly be haunted.
    3. A killer can be watching you and waiting for you to slip up.
    4. 666 is not really a good number.
    5. Don't have too much fun or sex, because Jason don't like that.

    These are all kind of after-thoughts, but there's one thing that I still really, really think about whenever I'm in water that is at least 10 feet deep (doesn't matter if it's a swimming pool, the lake or the ocean) and that's to watch out for the shark. "Jaws" is probably one of the scariest movies ever made. When I go back and watch it now, I'm like, "It was a great movie for it's time, but I don't know why I was so scared," but d*mnit, I'm still on guard and ready to fight whenever I'm in deep water. Stupid freakin' sharks!! LOL!


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    For me: The Ring. Had a bad/short night after this.... :-(


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