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Scariest Film Ever?

Discussion in 'Just for Laughs' started by jk2447, Oct 17, 2009.

  1. Nelix
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    Probably not the scariest but ful of suspence, I would say "Eden Lake", if you haven't seen it I suggest you take a look.

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    Anyone seen 'Drag me to Hell' yet?

    Saw the trailer recently and nearly sh@ myself...

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    i didn't like Drag me to hell. Was a bit soft for my likin! However i did jump at bits (like a big sissy girl) :D

    I think for me it has to be The Ring or The Grudge. Both spooky as hell and the noise that little **** boy makes in the grudge aint nice! especially on 5.1 dd surround sound lol!!

    There is a film called Mirrors. Anyone seen that?? Jumpy too!!


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    The Thing is one of my all time favourite movies, probably watch ed that film the most times

    There is a little known film called In Memorium that gave me the mad ****es. I used to write for a movie review website and got sent that, made on a small budget by an independanty filmmaker, and it was awesome and really jumpy. I even wrote to the director after the review was published and have stayed in contact with her since.

    Off to see Zombieland tonight actually, will let you all know how it goes
     
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  5. jk2447

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    Eden Lake is a great film, makes you want to jump in the TV to help ha

    Drag me to hell is good but was ruined by that daft fella dancing on the fire . . . . fail!
     
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    i got bored of drag me to hell and went to sleep

    absolute classic: blair witch:cry:
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    That was actually quite an eerie film especially when you hear the baby crying in the background and the tent gets pushed in.

    The best bit about it though was how the story and the legend of the blair witch and the missing people was posted all over the net about 2 years before the film came out. Whoever came up with the marketing and selling of that film hit the nail on the head.
     
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    Insidious :)
     
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    Has to be Alfred Hitchcocks "The Birds" !
     
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  10. RichyV

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    The original 'Evil Dead' film.
    Managed to watch it on betamax the very weekend it was removed from video rental stores across the UK...
     
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    gotta be the original Alien movie or a good hammer house horror movie
     
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    Those were good ones. I think my favorite of all time would have to be The Shining. Scared the crap out of me the first couple times I watched it.
     
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  13. Arroryn
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    Well it was the plot that helped Alien so much :)

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    If you want to watch a horror film that will stay with you for a long time afterwards, watch the French horror ''Martyrs''

    I watched it several weeks ago and it's still in my head...
     
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    Princess Diaries 2 was a pretty scary film........no matter how much I cried, the wife refused to let me leave the cinema

    Horrible
     
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    lol I know your pain. An ex girlfriend of mine tricked me into going to see Evita. She forgot to mention it was a musical, still have counselling for it to this day.

    Scariest film I saw and it gave me nightmare for years was Dawn of the Dead when the hands come out the wall. I was only about 10 at the time.
     
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    That's my number 1 scariest film! Seriously disturbing stuff.
     
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  19. RichyV

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    Wasn't that scene in 'DAY of the dead'?
     
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  20. JoeAllen

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    I've seen a lot of horror movies and The Exorcism of Emily Rose scared me the most. I still remember myself waking up at 3:00am, it really freaks me out!
     

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