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What horror movie bothered you the most?

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Just as the title states, what horror movie bothered you the most.

For me the one that instantly come to mind is George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead.

The first time I saw this movie I was 7 years old, and I saw it on it's national TV debut (1972) on our local Creature Features (KTVU-Channel 2, San Francisco; Bob Wilkins host). I have to tell you, this was one of the most frightening and disturbing movies to me at the time. (And it still holds up well all these years later)

As a 7 year old, let me tell you, the dark was never the same after watching this fright-fest, which remains as one of my top 5 classic horror movies of all time.

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The original Blob. Was always afraid of washing my hair in the sink after that one. Even to this day, I still have worries about things coming up outta the drains.

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certain parts of it was just freaky.

the scares were well placed.

I mean, if you want your lady to act like a little girl,

ya know what I mean, grabbing you tight, turning and jumping in her seat.

this the movie.

some advice, to save you the embarrassment,

I recommend you watch it by yourself 1st.

:P

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The rack trap in Saw III and the car trap in Saw VII made me nauseous. The rack trap was really sick, but I think what grossed me out about the car trap was the fact that you got bombarded with 3D in that scene. :unsure: Robert DeNiro was pretty damn creepy in the Cape Fear remake. I think Max Cady is creepier than Hannibal Lecter IMO.

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In the Mouth of Madness: After watching that movie, I was driving home in the fog and passed a guy riding a bike on the side of the road. Anyone who's seen it would know exactly why that sucked really... really bad.

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Hostel. Just some of the scenes were really sick and the whole reasoning behind why the people did it was awful as well.

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Well haven't seen a huge amount of horror movies but one of the scariest was The Ring. Never wanted to go near a TV screen in the dark for weeks :D

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You want scary? Watch C-Span ..... scared the hell out of me.......

But in keeping with the spirit of the thread, Exorcist (Orginal) freaked me out ....

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Exorcist (Orginal) freaked me out ....

Got to agree with polar on this one. The Exorcist creeped the Hell out of me. Wont watch it again

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Paranormal Activity. And the sad part? I haven't even seen it.

I remember watching the trailer and getting scared already. Then my friend went and saw it and described it to me one night. The reason it really gets to me is because I let my imagination run wild. I constantly think about the subject matter and freak out. The Blair Witch Project didn't scare me nearly as much, because I'm often not in the woods. So in that case, I enjoyed the movie, as I do with most movies filmed documentary style.

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The first horror movie I saw was Phantasm, I still get the creeps 30+ years later when I think of that one. Guess what, I still won't watch it again!

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I wish I could lie and say it was something amazing like The Thing, The Blob, NOTLD but I'd be lying, The horror film that affected me the most, would be the first one I remember seeing.

It was the early 80's and we still had a Betamax (far superior to VHS) and my mum pointed to a video and said that I could not watch it under any circumstances... Of course you say that to a kid and they are instantly intrigued. A few mornings later before my parents were up, I popped Halloween (may have been the second one, can't remember) into the player expecting witches, pumpkins and ghosts at an acceptable level to a child of my age (maybe 5 at the time?)...

...What I got was an early mental scar that had me so scared, everytime I went to bed I had to make sure that my whole body was under the covers, including my head and that the curtains were closed properly... why...?

I was convinced that Michael Myers flew around in a helicopter at night looking for kids to kill, and if I did those two things he would never catch me... and he never did.

1 - 0 to me, Myers.

As for my parents, they locked all videos away after finding out. :(

Oh and Screech, I totally get you on Arachnophobia. It did the same to me for years, but thats another story.

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I'm not a religious person and I don't scare easy when it comes to movies, but The Omen movies left me with a weird feeling.

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I wish I could lie and say it was something amazing like The Thing, The Blob, NOTLD but I'd be lying,

A few mornings later before my parents were up, I popped Halloween

I dunno'...although not my most bothersome horror movie, for those of us who saw Halloween when it was released, there is no doubt this one had some creepy, spooky, make-you-look-over-your-shoulder moments for sure! It may be dated now, but at the time...yeah, creepy as fuck!

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Darkness Falls, The Grudge, and Event Horizon.

I watched the first two when I was about 10 and they were kinda scary. I watched Event Horizon in a media studies class and thought the videotape they watch was pretty crazy.

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The Grudge

If The Grudge spooked ya' try watching the original version called Ju On.......that was 10 times spookier than the American remake.

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If The Grudge spooked ya' try watching the original version called Ju On.......that was 10 times spookier than the American remake.

I've heard that and the original Japanese The Ring are way scarier... bit too much of a wimp, myself, to watch 'em. :o

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Some movie about killer Ants eating humans .. 2 sec trying to find it, cant remember the name.

I think it is this one

Legion of Fire: Killer Ants! (1998) (TV

Watched it when i was little, and had nightmares for ages after watching it.. duh

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Paranormal activity 1 and 2, because, I found them really average, I saw facebook posts from others who had the shit scared outta them from it. And I just Couldnt understand why people were so scared of it.... (havent seen 3)

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paranormal activity 1 and 2, because, I found them really average, I saw facebook posts from others who had the shit scared outta them from it. And I just Couldnt understand why people were so scared of it.... (havent seen 3)

Because Americans are a bunch of pussies.

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