Favorite old terror movie?

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    I don't really like 'terror' movies. That said, I loved Jaws when I first saw it, and have loved it every time I've nostalgically watched it. Seven horrified me much more than most people, the drug dealer who was tortured for a year got to me. I couldn't even imagine how awful that would be .... "All he has to look forward now is Hell" ... shudder. Made me realise how bad Hell could be

    I think I would have liked Alien, but I saw Aliens first and so the slow pace of Alien kinda bored me.
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    I grew up in a small town with 1 school grade 1-8. We had a Halloween Carnival every year and one of the treats was a "Horror Movie". This was back in the 60's and I remember one year, guess I was in the 7th, the movie was called "The Bat". That has to be one of the scariest movies I've ever seen. Don't remember much about it but I guess it was my first Vincent Price film. There are others I just plain hate...spider movies for one but there was Arachnophobia. Snake movies are usually really stupid. I guess Alien was pretty good too.
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    Something Wicked this way comes was scary when I was a kid.

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    The original "13 Ghosts" was pretty scary when I saw it for the first time.
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    When I was real young, I saw my first horror movie - "The Blob. (1958)" It was about a jelly blob that escaped a lab and oozed around eating people. It was scarey to me at the time.

    The Exorcist and Poltergist are classics. I liked the Nightmare on Elm Street series too.

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