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What is the scariest movie you remember?

  1. elayne001 profile image84
    elayne001posted 3 years ago

    What is the scariest movie you remember?

  2. connorj profile image80
    connorjposted 3 years ago

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    It is really about "situation" in my opinion. Situation being the set of circumstances that "play along" with the event. The circumstances that played with my "scariest movie" event include age, I was 12 years old. My cousin Jake was 14. We were staying alone at my Aunt & Uncle's cottage. The Location we were staying at after the movie; in our case, an older cottage overlooking the cliffs of the Minas Basin, Nova Scotia; somewhat isolated. I must reintegrate the fact that we were staying alone; no adults!
    The movie was a brand new release and it was the Exorcist with Linda Blair. What is so ironic watching the movie again in my 20s it had no effect on me. It was somewhat comical...

    1. connorj profile image80
      connorjposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      I forgot to mention, the closest place to where we were staying was Alex Coville's residence. Alex was a friend of my aunt & uncle, he came by in the morning and we almost hit him with a BB gun. Alex is a world renowned artist...

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    Mel92114posted 3 years ago

    I'm going to have to go with 'The Exorcist' here. I remember watching this movie with my cousin of the same age when we were about 11 or 12 years old (way too young, in my opinion) and it scared the daylights out of us! We still discuss how badly we were scared of this movie to this day! It's one we will never forget!

  4. danicole profile image78
    danicoleposted 3 years ago

    I am a horror movie, scary movie junkie so I am pretty immune to a lot of things but Poltergeist II is creepy as hell!!!!!!

  5. Daniella Lopez profile image94
    Daniella Lopezposted 3 years ago

    "It" totally freaked me out when I was around 8 years old. I haven't really been able to watch a scary movie since - nor been able to look at clowns...

    1. danicole profile image78
      danicoleposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      It was a really creepy movie!!!

    2. satomko profile image92
      satomkoposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      We all float down here.

  6. Say Yes To Life profile image79
    Say Yes To Lifeposted 3 years ago

    Horror movies have never freaked me out; in fact, I find them comical, if not downright ridiculous.  Movies about axe murderers are more likely to freak me out, so I don't watch them.
    It's strange - when I was a little kid, I saw a movie in a theater.  I can't remember whether it was "Fantastic Voyage" or "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea".  But there was this one scene where some people left their capsule and swam around in liquid, and a bunch of green plants came after them.  They swam back to their capsule as fast as they could, but one woman was caught by them; they stuck all over her.  The others climbed in and pulled her into the capsule, and she kept saying, "I can't breathe!  I can't breathe!" while they pulled the plants off her.  She was finally able to breathe when they got them all off.
    I wonder if that could be why I have  botanophobia (fear of plants).

  7. satomko profile image92
    satomkoposted 3 years ago

    Night of the Living Dead and The Ring for different reasons, and the miniseries for Stephen King's It.  Though when I was younger, my brother and I lost a lot of sleep because of a movie called The Gate, which I've seen in my adult life and now consider laughable.  Having rewatched The Shining, though, I am frightened more by Jack Nicholson's performance than any of the supernatural happenings.

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    IslamWashiaposted 3 years ago

    Th Exorcism of Emily Rose, was scariest movie I ever seen, that I hate it after watching it, her face emotions was very scary, I think that wasn't the purpose of the movie, also the end horror movie are for amusing,

  9. Bandile Nkosi profile image60
    Bandile Nkosiposted 3 years ago

    I dont remember, maybe is because I'm not into scarry movies. Oh! I now I remember, 'species' is the scarriest movie I have ever watched.

  10. peachpurple profile image84
    peachpurpleposted 3 years ago

    i hate horror movies so i don;t watch them often. I remembered once I watched I movie about a bunch of guys trying to get into a family house and murdering the people around there. The worst part was to put in the head of their beloved dog through the doggie door and then just left the head on the floor. That was the scariest and I blacked out

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    Kingslayercrowposted 3 years ago

    When I was a kid the scene in pet cemetery where the kid slashes his dads Achilles tendon really disturbed me.

  12. gmwilliams profile image85
    gmwilliamsposted 2 years ago

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    Black Sunday, the 1960 movie by esteemed director Mario Bava.  That was the FIRST scariest movie I saw.  That movie gave me the chills as a preteen.  Especially the scene when Asa called for the diabolical resurrection of Igor Javuto.  Then, there was The Exorcist, who was the mother of scary movies.  I slept with the lights on for A WEEK after seeing the movie.

 
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