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IIRC The Ring (w/ Naomi Watts) made me shift in my seat more than once.
Definitely not "The Scariest Movie Ever Made" though.

I'm not going to lie, I felt a bit uncomfortable when I watched it the first time. When the final scene ended (I had rented it) my telephone rang. That scared me more than anything. Needless to say, I did not answer it!
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has anybody mentioned Ravenous yet? nothing scarier then a bit of creepy cannibalism.
PS,Wackadoodle is your avatar a Milo Manara?
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My friends just watched Insidious and said it was VERY scary.
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The Descent
Eden Lake
Let the Right One In

These are definitely three of the best I've seen in recent years.
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Scared the hell out of me when I was a kid. As did Pet Sematary. I rented it again recently. For a b movie with questionable production values, etc, it is still scary as fuck. Not just gory, it touches on all kinds of unpleasant emotions - dread of accidental death of children, illness in childhood, etc. Fuck, it's creepy.

One recent one that I thought was seriously creepy as well was the Orfanage, a Spanish movie. Ack.

That one was good
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Excellent homage to late 70's/early 80's horror films.
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Excellent homage to late 70's/early 80's horror films.

Fuckyea this was good! About an hour of buildup and sweet 80s stuff, and what shit finally did hit the fan, it was terrifying.
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Eraserhead is near the top of my scariest...
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When the final scene ended (I had rented it) my telephone rang. That scared me more than anything. Needless to say, I did not answer it!

Coulda been the POTUS calling for a high ranking job.
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Excellent homage to late 70's/early 80's horror films.
I liked this a lot. Another recent "homage" that I really enjoyed was Cabin Fever.
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Eraserhead is near the top of my scariest...
I made the mistake of watching Eraserhead while in a severely altered state. The sounds were hellish, and I finally had to leave the room when the chicken started pulsing and oozing.
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Jesus Camp
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