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The Scariest Movie Ever Made?

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by francine, Dec 14, 2006.

  1. gamelan

    gamelan Senior member

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    I couldn't recall that episode, so I looked it up online:



    http://www.geocities.com/earl20xx/XHome.html


    that's awesome! again like people have been saying about TCM, something that could probably happen in real life.

    supposedly, Fox never aired the episode again on network TV because people were complaining.

    -Jeff
     
  2. Nick M

    Nick M Senior member

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    I'd say the only time I left a movie theatre squeamish was after watch Event Horizon. Of course, I went in thinking it was a sci-fi, not a horror film.
    Yeah, that's a weird one.

    In the "things that could happen" basket:

    There's an episode of the BBC series Spooks - called MI-5 in the US - with a fantastic sense of fear and dread to it. In the episode, all signs point to a germ-warfare attack upon London, but the characters are trapped inside their headquarters, cut off from communications and with no way of safely getting outside.

    It gets very tense, and the ramifications of such an attack are much scarier than a little possessed girl or a portal to hell in space.
     
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    Exorcist.

    Village of the damned.
     
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    If you think Salad Fingers is messed up, you should see David Firth's other stuff.

    I was going to post links to some of it, but it's so unpleasant, I thought I'd better not tarnish the board; leave it to Google. The Xmas 2006 special, the Valentine's Special and "Milkman" are particularly disturbed/disturbing.
     
  5. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Senior member

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    happy to see other firth fans here.

    i saw ET 2 in the philippines in 1984-85; that was fucked up. ET had a trunk like an elephant and he killed sexy campers.
     
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    Lets bump this old thread, years ago, perhaps something has changed? Aka. i want to watch a scary one tonight.
     
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    I am surprised that no one mentioned the original Halloween. It may not be the scariest ever, but it has to be included in the conversation.
     
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    Neo_Version 7 Senior member

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    Probably Conne's Proud Mary vid.
     
  9. venessian

    venessian Senior member

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    The original (1955) Diabolique with Simone Signoret is pretty scary.

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    I never saw the 1996 re-make, but it's hard to imagine it being more tense than the original.
     
  10. acidboy

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    exit to eden - rosie o'donnell in a leather corset! aaaaaaaahhhhhhh!!!1111!!!! [​IMG]
     
  11. Anthony K

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    exit to eden - rosie o'donnell in a leather corset! aaaaaaaahhhhhhh!!!1111!!!!
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Nightmare city, here I come tonight!
     
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    My vote goes to The Ring just because I saw it at the theatres as a youngin. The atomsphere at theatre was awesome during the last bits of sequences.

    Not the scariest movie, but I thought Insidious was one of the better horror movies as of late. Creepy atmosphere, especially when he astral projects. Kind of like experiencing a haunted house.
     
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    exit to eden - rosie o'donnell in a leather corset! aaaaaaaahhhhhhh!!!1111!!!!
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    How about Dana Delany in a leather corset? It must balance it out, no? I think it swings it to the + side.
     
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    I am surprised that no one mentioned the original Halloween. It may not be the scariest ever, but it has to be included in the conversation.

    Will always hold a special place in my heart.
     
  16. Wackadoodle

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    I hated "It". The clown was bad enough, but the scene where he reached out of the book and tried to grab the kids gave me nightmares.
     
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    ^ The RubeBabes™ are seriously creeped out by clowns thanks to It.
     
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    i recently saw an extremely creepy french movie called "martyrs." good movie and good acting and production and story. but not recommended.
     
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    I hated "It". The clown was bad enough, but the scene where he reached out of the book and tried to grab the kids gave me nightmares.

    That part made me shit bricks. Other than that, I love that movie. The library scene cracks me up every time.

    One character that scarred me for life is Kane in Poltergeist II.
     
  20. Wackadoodle

    Wackadoodle Well-Known Member

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    Also forgot about the Japanese "Pulse". Not a great movie, but the scene where the dude sees the ghost for the first time. That made me feel sick.
     

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