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Old 09-10-2008, 11:44 AM   #21
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One scary moment for me was watch Salems Lot when I was a teenager, the scene where the kid bitten by the vampire then comes at night hovering and knocking on his mates window outside.....found that spooky. And of late, suppose was a few scene in the Grudge, the elevator scene, and end scene where she comes creeping down the stairs.
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Entity **** me up when i was young and still a amazin movie
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Old 17-10-2008, 06:54 PM   #23
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Re: Scariest movie?

THE DESCENT that film was scary for me maybe beacuse i hate small places
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Old 17-10-2008, 07:31 PM   #24
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Re: Scariest movie?

ooh ooh ooh...

forgot

Event Horizon....first time I watched that, was under the premise it was a sci-fi action movie...

boy did i get a brown pant alarm..
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Re: Scariest movie?

I went to watch mirrors at the cinema, to be honest - that scared the hell out of me, I would of given it 10/10 for keeping you on your toes throughout the movie.

Cloverfield scared me too - with the little weird monster things lol

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Didn't like that one bit - somewhat disturbing. Turned it off in a matter of seconds.
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Old 18-10-2008, 03:40 PM   #26
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Cloverfield was totally awesome in the cinema. Now I have the DVD and the big TV to watch it all the time.
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Old 18-10-2008, 06:57 PM   #27
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Event Horizon....first time I watched that, was under the premise it was a sci-fi action movie...

boy did i get a brown pant alarm..
I remember watchng that film when I was really young and I enjoyed it incredibly. Think I might had one nightmare but that was it.

For me, there's no experience more primeval or as involving in watching a film then the feeling of fear.

I have never been properly scared form a film though, nor have jumped from watching a film for a good few years now, it just doesn't seem to happen anymore. However I still get the adrenaline rush, which is probably why I love horror films, because I love adrenaline.

However playing games scares me a hell of a lot more as you are actually instantly more immersed as you are the one controlling the player.
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Old 18-10-2008, 07:30 PM   #28
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For me, there's no experience more primeval or as involving in watching a film then the feeling of fear.
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. However I still get the adrenaline rush, which is probably why I love horror films, because I love adrenaline.
we're definitely from opposite poles.
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Old 23-10-2008, 05:32 PM   #29
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Re: Scariest movie?

The scariest movie in my opinion is The Shining.
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Re: Scariest movie?

The shining isn't scary, it's a damn good showcase for Mr. Nicholson's acting abilities, and a good movie to boot. But not scary in the slightest.
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Old 24-10-2008, 12:02 AM   #31
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Re: Scariest movie?

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I found a copy online of this and started watching it and had to turn it off within 10 minutes as it unsettled me that much

( dont say I didnt warn you)
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Yes it is.
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Old 24-10-2008, 02:55 AM   #33
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The shining isn't scary, it's a damn good showcase for Mr. Nicholson's acting abilities, and a good movie to boot. But not scary in the slightest.
QFT.

Acting > Gore. It's unnerving, but only because of Nicholson's ability to convey such a feeling.
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Old 24-10-2008, 03:12 AM   #34
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Re: Scariest movie?

The ending scene to Quarantine = freakin' terrifying.

Shame the rest of the movie is laughably bad.
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Scariest movie?

As a child the characters that scared the B' Jesus out of me in a movie where the Orcs and the Black Riders (Wraiths) in the original cartoon of the Lord of the Rings. That music just kept me awake... those red eyes. Especially when Frodo puts the ring on when they're at Weather Top - stupid hobits'es.

Now'erdays I still let films frighten me, it just adds to the fun of watching. That's what it's there for. The most frightening film I have ever seen was the "Ring". The American version as I've not seen the Japanese. Wow, that was a scary film... it was well made. Naomi Watts was just brilliant in it.. I mean who comes out of a well, crawls across the floor and then climbs through your TV...

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Go for the Japanese trilogy. It's so much better.
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Dunno about scariest interms of hiding behind the sofa, but certainly sticks with you for good that film..
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Re: Scariest movie?

As to whats the scariest film I've ever seen..

Poltergeist (sp?) when I was about 11.. It gave me nightmares for weeks and I've never been able to watch good supernatural (ghosts) films since without having the fear!
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Poltergeist (sp?) when I was about 11.. It gave me nightmares for weeks and I've never been able to watch good supernatural (ghosts) films since without having the fear!
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must be getting old - qft?

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QFT is a three-letter abbreviation with multiple meanings, as described below:

* Quantum field theory, the theory of quantum mechanics for field-like systems
* Quantum Fourier transform, a discrete Fourier transform
* Quantitative feedback theory
* Queen's Film Theatre, a cinema in Northern Ireland
* Quoted For Truth, an abbreviation used on Internet forums to state that you agree with someone else's statement

The last one I assume
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