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    John Carpenter's "Prince of Darkness" gave me a good fright. Saw it in college. The buddy I went with had his face in his hands for a while, he was so scared. You need to watch it late a night with the lights off.

    "The Ring" also gave me a scare at the end.
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    The Exorcist
    Rosemary's baby
    Jaws

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    Mamma Mia!

    Absolutely horrifying.
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    The Grudge , this little kid scared the , wow out of me when he screamed
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    Halloween. No blood, just suspence. I had to sit in the front row with my high school girl friend. Gah!
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    Texas chainsaw massacre. (The original)
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    It was a horrendously cheesy movie but I had nightmares for years after watching it.

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    The ones I saw as a child that I thought were scary:

    Wizard of Oz- Flying monkeys. My mom made me stay up to watch that movie because back then it was only on once a year.

    The Shining

    The Omen
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    I must say, it is pretty impressive to me when scary movies are actually scary. It is probably the hardest genre to do well since it is hard to scare people that are expecting it. They went to the movies and bought a ticket so they know what is coming. If I made movies, I would advertise it as a romantic comedy or something and then have it gradually get scary throughout the movie until it is a full fledged horror movie. That would scare people.
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    This wasn't a scary movie but it was one of the best thrillers I've ever seen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypher View Post
    This wasn't a scary movie but it was one of the best thrillers I've ever seen.

    IMHO, the 1949 version was much better, true film noir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    IMHO, the 1949 version was much better, true film noir.
    Never saw the 1949 version
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    Lots of great titles have been mentioned. Clive Barker's Hellraiser series likely tops my list of favorites in the genre. That said, the two most horrific movies I have ever seen are Bambi and The Night of the Grizzly. Frankly, the Disney scene depicting the killing of Bambi's mother is something that is inappropriate for an audience of children. The Night of the Grizzly stands out because I was far too young to have seen the movie. Haven't forgotten it tho'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5lima30ret View Post
    Hillary in a dark alley w/ no make-up in her famous pantsuit!
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