I just wrote a hub about Japanese urban legends- and now I am really in the mood to see a very scary Japanese horror movie . I have already seen a few but I would like to know which is the creepiest one that you have seen?
For me the original 1954 Godzilla movie is my favorite.
Actually, it may have been the 1956 version.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godzilla,_ … _Monsters!
Every single Japanese horror film I've watched has had the opposite effect on me. They make me laugh. Not a fan, sorry...
Haha actually most if not all of them have made me laugh as well. But for some reason I enjoy seeing bad horror movies.
That's me too. I watched the original version of The Ring with my kids (teenagers at the time). They were panicking and I was practically ROFL.
by MrMidNight6 years ago
Let the responses commence......
by fierycj8 years ago
Thread rules declares - one movie per post. Pls abide by this injunction. Post away!
by Jesse James2 months ago
Ok guys and dolls - I am looking for a good horror movie to watch. Halloween is coming and I want the best horror movie there is to offer that many have not seen. I am a movie buff and have watched all of the classics...
by Shakka James5 years ago
I have watched so many movies in my time and it never fails that the first to die is always a black person. Or, is it just me? Has anyone else noticed this trend? If so, why do you think this is?
by Holle Abee8 years ago
Ghost Story, by Peter Straub. I've read tons of horror and suspense, but this one uses psychological terror that made me begin to doubt my own mind. The movie sucked, however.
by icountthetimes5 years ago
As an adult, I very rarely get actually scared by movie anymore. I remember though when I was young I watched the Childs Play movie with the possessed doll called Chucky and it freaked me out. It seems absurd in...
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