What is the scariest movie you have seen, that gave you nightmares?
Invasion Of The Body snatchers, because I was real little, I went around looking for those things. I thing they were called pods. It was over thirty years ago.
The Exorcist was the scariest movie I have ever seen, because mymom told me that it could really happen (I was 8 or so).
Evil Dead. Sam Raimi managed to touch on every irrational fear I've ever had in my life in that movie. It was two months before my ex could get me to go in the basement. If there had been a dental kill in that movie you probably still wouldn't get me to leave the house. And I saw the movie once. 10 years ago.
The Exorcist. Dang it! I just imagined that 0'girl would be sitting right in the middle of my bed! And the book was worse!
The Exorcist was the most scariest film I had ever seen in my life! I watched this film with my cousin when I was around 11. I had nightmares about the possessed girl's terrible face! Other two scary films also gave me the creeps - The Ring - Samaira - a little child with long hair covering her face- so frightening and Pet Sematary - a good ghost with his horrifying face and appearance- so spine-chilling!
The Exorcist. I saw it in Japan in the seventies. I had read the book before going to see the movie. The evil I felt generated from the book and the movie left me unsettled.
Nightmare on Elm Street, I say this because I was somewhere between the ages 4-6 when I first saw it. Not only that, I recall my dad teaseing me about being scared of the movie, and where I lived before he passed away. He would take me down a little side steet that happened to be called 'Elm St.' But at that time that had been the scariest movie for me. He would also tease me about the people really filming the movie there, and that it was all real, however, now being older and the power of the internet, I found its real location, which was states away. lol
by Thomas Byers 6 years ago
What’s the scariest movie you’ve ever seen? Do you like horror movies? Why or why not?Mine was the Mummy's Hand from 1940 which was a black and white movie but I think it was the best ever. They just made better horror movies back then. My next one is the original Amityville Horror which was in...
by fierycj 9 years ago
Thread rules declares - one movie per post. Pls abide by this injunction. Post away!
by Richard Perazzo 6 years ago
What is the scariest movie you've ever watched?So far, mine would have to be Insidious. What about you?
by MrMidNight 6 years ago
Let the responses commence......
by EJ Lambert 5 years ago
What horror movie scene gave you the most nightmares?Horror movies lately have become somewhat predictably as audiences become harder to scare. Looking back, what classic scenes from horror titles of the past caused you the most distress?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What was YOUR reaction when you saw THE EXORCIST movie ? Did it SCARE you? Did itcause NIGHTMARES? Or did you just LAUGH it off, even being totally nonchalant about the movie?
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