What is the SCARIEST,MOST FRIGHTENING movie you have EVER seen?
Alien, Aliens, and all the sequels. The original Alien was shown with the new special "sound system" and when the alien burst out of that guy's chest, I nearly had a heart attack.
I've seen too many freaky fests to narrow it down to one but I will say after recently seeing "The Divide", I found it sick and disturbing beyond belief. Seriously, this is the stuff nightmares are made of. Being so not a spring chicken, I did not think any movie could rattle me so at my age but it really did.
Having said that, back in the day, like the 70's, I saw the "Exorcist" as a child. It gave me nightmares for years. I won't watch it to this day and have serious issues with my own parents having let me watch it back then.
Lastly, Penthouse's "Caligula" is also one I would have to list on the most sick and disturbing of all time list right along with "House of a 1000 corpses" "The Devil's Rejects" and "A Clockwork Orange." Ironically every psych class I ever took required us to watch "A Clockwork Orange."
For me, it was Paranormal Activity. I won't watch Paranormal Activity 2. Under the "Most Alarming" movies, I would go with "Seeds of Death" - A movie about Genetically Modified Food.
For me, the most frightening and the scariest movie I ever watched would be Sinister.
Technically speaking, The Conjuring, Paranormal Activity and Insidious are also as scary as Sinister.
However. when I started watching Sinister I did not have slightest clue that it was a horror movie. It was among a lot of movies that a friend let me borrow (I watched the blu-ray, not on-screen), and before watching it I did an IMDb search. It was listed under Horror|Mystery|Thriller, and yet I expected it to be more of a mystery thriller than horror. I only interpreted that horror as just some hardcore action.
The summary went on as this; "A true-crime writer finds a cache of 8mm home movies films that suggest the murder he is currently researching is the work of a serial killer whose career dates back to the 1960s."
There. I decided it was a crime solving mystery movie, the type of one I absolutely love to watch. So I went on to watch it and it seems to be what I expected for the first half an hour or so. But then the supernatural stuff started and I knew just what it meant by horror.
Thus Sinister is to-date the movie that frightened me most, because as said above, I was not at all expecting a horror movie.
The Exorcist was the first ever horror movie I had seen, it literally scared the crap out of me that I stayed away from scary movies for quite a while
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