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Like the last scene in Rosemary's baby where Mia Farrow rocks the cradle fondly or
the shower scene Psycho....
For me, it is yet another scene from Psycho. Vera Miles (Lila Crane in the movie) coming face to face with the mummified body of the mother of Anthony Perkins (Bates)
For me it's the disfigured head popping out of the boat underwater in Jaws
Oh, my gosh...that was the first scene that popped into my mind, too, hahaha.
I think it was because it was the very first time I'd seen a "horror" movie, and the very first time I'd been inside a cinema--I was 16 and will never forget that night, lol...
Silence of The Lambs - where the camera panned back and focused on the work of Hannibal Lecture after he'd escaped from his cage. Truly - I was peeking from behind a cushion
...ooohhh...there are many...
...sixth sense got to me when the little boy revealed his secret...'i see dead people'....it gave me chills...
Here's an old one: "Strangers on a Train", directed by Alfred Hitchcock in the early 50's. There's a scene near the end of two guys fighting on an out-of-control merry-go-round at an amusement park. It was fairly chilling the first time I saw it. Great suspense movie too. Like so many of Hitchcock's films.
Freddie flexing his finger-blades (Nightmare on Elm Street)
Doesn't matter how many times I see those finger-blades, they still send shivers down my spine!
For me there is lot of scenes in movie paranormal activity especially when ghost appears for last time on ..this is movie that u cant watch alone after midnight when all your lights are turned off ,.,.,.,. maybe u are brave but u can easily become mad ::: do not try to watch alone this movi especially do not watch it alone after midnight c(:
when i say mad that means u can become crazy or raged and dangerous even for yourself
by Matthew I Crawford6 years ago
What movie scared you most as a child?What movie? Why? Do you remember a specific moment or instance where you were afraid well after watching the movie?
by PhoenixV3 years ago
I rarely see some movies on TV. Maybe other people have a different experience than me, but it seems that there are movies that do not get shown a lot. Do you have a favorite movie that doesn't get shown much on...
by PhoenixV4 years ago
Who Was Alfred Hitchcock?What is a biography of Alfred Hitchcock?
by Lena Kovadlo4 years ago
What movie have you seen over and over again without ever getting bored?And why do you love it so much that you keep watching it over and over?
by Grace Marguerite Williams21 months 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?
by kpfingaz2 years ago
Well there's got to be over 100 threads in this forum about Favorite movie. So anyway I know Hollywood has played some pranks on us (read: threw shitty movies at us) and tried to make us watch them. I've seen some. You...
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