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I know exactly what you mean. Terrifying film (and subject matter).
The PA movies give me chills, too!
I never cared for slasher films, for the reasons you've pointed out, as well as the predictability. The other nite I watched "American Psycho" for the first time. Now that was intense, and yet very funny in a dark comedy type of way!
teaches12345, yes that is a great old movie! I saw it at school when I was young and I remember the creepy giant spider spooked me pretty well!
Yeah, IT is scary as heck! "They all float down here"...
Ooh, good classic horror one there!
:( Poor Aime!
My husband found Quarantine rather chilling, too!
I know a few folks that are spooked by TCM!
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JThomp42, I don't know about evil, but Burnt Offerings was definitely scary! My dad dropped my brother and me off at the theater to see this one and we jumped about a gazillion times while watching it! lol
I was actually really bored by Burnt Offerings. There are many better "haunted house" movies, and an even greater number of films that use tension and atmosphere to dial the paranoia up to 11.
Well zelk.... I was only 8 when I saw it. Im sure if I watched it now it would not be as traumatizing.
Me, too. For little kids back in the day when atmosphere was an art form in films, that movie was SPOOKY.