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Scariest Film Ever?

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

  1. Bumblebee07

    Bumblebee07 New Member

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    By far it has to be the film called IT.. ahh that started my clown fear .. bloody horrible!
     
  2. SimonD

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    Inspector Gadget with Matthew Broderick :(, the scariest movie I ever had the misfortune to see.
     
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    I will vote for The Shining.
     
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    A film called Chopping mall for me, 80's maybe? Quite old. I was a kid when I watched it but essentially was about robots in a shopping mall that went crazy (Lightning I think!?!) and a load of kids that got trapped in there over night were chopped up etc.

    A lot of it is in dark corners though and suddenly a visor of a robot lights up type thing, so meant that for about 3 years whenever I woke in the night for a toilet etc I had to sprint back and forth between there and my bed in case a visor came on! lol.

    Not many films have ever really freaked me, but that one did, although probably more to do with age than anything!
     
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    Alfred Hitchcocks "The Birds" - even a close flying crow scares the crap outta me these days.
     
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    The dutch version of the vanishing.
     
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  7. PhilipDew

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    Well in my opinion, nothing can beat RING . It is hell scary
     
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    The Stepfather screamed like a big girl in the middle of the cinema :ohmy
     
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  9. GeekSleuths

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    i can say it's Evil Dead. I watched the movie serieses alone in the midnight and really scared a lot. But watched all the 3 series till the sun rises and then i slept. :P
     
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    V/H/S all the way!!! recently saw this film and although wasnt released at cinema - scared the be Jesus out of me!
     
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    Looks good :shocked

     
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  12. zach.mantle

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    Amityville Horror.
     
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    Mama Mia, the scariest film ever


    O_O
     
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  14. Salient

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    In terms of scariest

    The Exorcist

    Ring (Japanese original)

    Paranormal Activity - for some reason that one really worked for me :oops:

    From Downunder

    Belief - a Kiwi indie flick that really racks up the tension.
     
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    The Exorcistarticular order:

    The Exorcist,
    Thing,
    Alien (Though I LOVE this film)
     
  16. The Zig

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    I second (third?) the original Japanese version of Ring.

    On the topic of Japanese films, anyone seen Audition? (kiri-kiri-kiri-kiri-kiri!)

    Also Alien is very good too.
     
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  17. jk2447

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    Not scariest, but awesome horror..... VHS 2
     
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  18. Carey1990

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    Things like Nightmare on Elm St I can handle, but it's not really my thing.
     
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    Hee hee !
     
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    Scariest film... Amityville Horror. The 2005 remake not the original. It's just totally disturbing.

    The original wasn't that great in my opinion. The remake was much better.

    Let me tell you I slept with the big light on that night ! Truly terrifying film.
     
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