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What's the scariest movie you've ever seen?

-- Anonymous, August 21, 2000


Everybody should say the Excorcist but who cares about that. What did the magazine say about Ghostworld? I know production has finished - when is it coming out?

-- Anonymous, August 21, 2000

Are we talking here about classy scary films-- e.g., The Exorcist, The Hunger, Burnt Offerings, The Ninth Gate --or clever/fun scary films like the 1981 version of The Thing or Near Dark or Dusk Til Dawn...or cheesy/sexy teen slasher films?

-- Anonymous, August 22, 2000

Yet Even More Off Topic, but...

I remember reading somewhere that Kevin Smith had expressed interest in making Ghost World. Did they say who was lined up to direct in the article?

I'm sure all this info is online somewhere, but I'm too lazy to go find it.


ps- scariest movie? I can tell you what's NOT the scariest movie-- The Blair Witch Project.

-- Anonymous, August 22, 2000

Scariest Movie? Well, the original veriosn of the vanishing (not the jeff brdiges / kiefer sutherland vehicle). I won;t give it waway for thsoe who haven't seen it. But really, it didn't hit me until about 3 days later how frikking scary it was. {shivers!} Nothing else comes to mind. Oh, I lied. Evenr though it sucked 95% of the time, DEVIL's ADVOCATE with Keanu Reeves got me; the demons in that are terrifying. OTher than that, well, it's a wonder films liek that get made. Ahhhh, maybe not.

I simply can't wait for a Ghost World movie... Jsut the thought makes me cry...

-- Anonymous, August 22, 2000

The Shining

I remember it was the first and *only* time my mother let my father rent a movie for "family night". For weeks my brother would torture me by crooking his finger and saying, "RED RUM! RED RUM".

-- Anonymous, August 22, 2000

The magazine article didn't say when "Ghost World" was coming out, it just talked a bit about the production design and a bit about the plot (apparently one of the girls becomes romantically involved with an older man whose character is based on Terry Zwigoff. This character is played by Steve Buscemi.)

I agree that "The Shining" is one of the scariest movies of all time, but I thought "The Ring" was pretty damn scary, too. It was sort of like "The Blair Witch Project," except that it was good.

-- Anonymous, August 22, 2000

Oh, as for the rumor about Kevin Smith directing Ghost World--NO WAY! I know that Dan hates Kevin Smith, and Terry Zwigoff has been the director from the beginning--he and Dan wrote the script together and then pitched it to studios.

-- Anonymous, August 22, 2000

Has anyone ever seen "Jacob's Ladder?" It's about this Vietnam vet (played by Tim Robbins) who starts having these experiences of weird demonic forces intruding into his daily life, along with flashbacks of something that happened to him during the war...I thought it was really well done, the acting was great and the "horror" aspect was mostly kept psychological and creepy, with you never being sure whether something was actually happening or if the main character was slowly going insane...made me all paranoid the first time I saw it. The one drawback is that the guy's son is played by a pre-"Home Alone" McCauley Culkin, and it's hard to take him seriously as a character and not just go "Hey look! It's McCauley Culkin!" whenever he's on the screen...

-- Anonymous, August 23, 2000

Now where are you all getting copies of The Ring?? I read about it on AICN and baby, I wants to see it. (Arghh... they're doing a hollywood remake, as they can't trust American audiences to go for an asian film...) Anyway, wanna know what scared me? I saw "Night of the Living Dead" when I was, like, 8, and I used to have regularly recurring living-dead nightmares every couple months... in stunning black & white, no less. Boarding up doors & windows & whatnot, until an arm comes bursting in.

-- Anonymous, August 23, 2000

I got "The Ring" from, uh, the video store. I wouldn't recommend this particular version of it, though--the image quality was quite poor, and the subtitles were very badly translated (and sometimes absent altogether).

-- Anonymous, August 23, 2000

Anything starring robin williams scares the hell outta me. I still have nightmares about being mind fucked by Mork, taken captive and forced to live out my formative years as a child laborer hand sewing big cursive letter L's on poodle skirts, sweaters and bowling shirts and being forced to pray five times a day to 'the Fonz'.

-- Anonymous, August 24, 2000

The Shining was very scary for me because I had read the novel and so I thought I knew what would happen and then when the old man was killed then suddenly I did not know what would happen and I got real scared.

Poltergeist partly because it made me realize that special effects had gotten good enough that they could make just about anything look real but also something about that stuffed clown doll on the rocking chair in the kid's room... years later it would vaguely bother me to see a stuffed doll on rocking chair in my kids' rooms.

The scariest of all was an old black and white probably 1940's vintage movie with Edward G Robinson called The Red House -- which is described as "A melodrama about a farmer who holds a terrifying secret concerning a sinister old house, which contains many unsolved mysteries." I was in third grade and it was on The Late Show on tv and I wanted to stay up and watch it and for some reason my parents said it was okay and they went to bed... I can't tell you much of what happens in the movie because after half an hour or forty-five minutes of watching it by myself, I was so scared that I turned it off and went to bed... but it took a very long time for me to fall asleep. (True, it probably would not scare a modern kid who has been watching really scary movies on video tape before even graduating from Pampers, but I'm talking about damn near half a century ago)


-- Anonymous, August 25, 2000

Hmm, there are several scenes that stick out as opposed to full on scary movies. I hadn't thought about the 'Poltergeist' one until you mentioned it. The kid keeps looking up to see if the toy clown is still in the chair, then finally one time it is not.

The beginning of 'Jaws' was memorable -- nothing like being attacked and eaten alive. Also, just for sudden shock value -- the dream sequence at the end of 'Carrie' where her hand comes out of the grave.

Though one of my favorite scenes is not scary at all. In Psycho II, Anthony Perkins is contemplating killing his newly found real mother, and handling poisons in the kitchen cabinets while she sits at the kitchen table. But suddenly, on inspiration he grabs a nearby shovel and lands her a terrific whack upon the head, so violent, the chairs legs collapse under her. (was I the only one that laughed at that)

BTW, everyone should rent "Killer Clowns from Outer Space" It's not real scary, just weird.

-- Anonymous, August 25, 2000

Cory, I am shocked and appalled. How anyone could ever find any type of humor in that movie is beyond me. Am I the only one swelling with outrage? Cory please, I know that this forum is public and everyone should feel free to speak their minds but are we not to expect some level of decency from our fellow contributors?

I beseech you fellow being to circuit any further thoughts of sharing such ghastly opinions and quickly disavow your previous proclamation... no one in his right mind should ever rent killer clowns from outer space.

By the way, I did so enjoy your description of the scene in psycho, especially the description of the new mother shovel bash as 'terrific'. Ya made me laff.

-- Anonymous, August 26, 2000

I have a level of decency -- but it's a limbo bar.

-- Anonymous, August 28, 2000

I'd be hard pressed to come up with a single "scariest" movie, but depending on the type of "scary" one responds to, I'd have this to recommend:

1) A flick out about 5 years ago called 'The Relic' would get an overall good rating in the categories of shock scenes, scary looking monster, and good plot. The one category most horror films fail miserably in is the latter since many conveniently skip explaining where the monster came from or some other important facet necessary to make the movie hit you on a more pesonal level. The Relic was almost a horror mystery that teased you to decide whether the monster was physical (the scientific explanation) or merely some physical manifestation of tribal practices (the myth explanation). Only near the end do you find out which one really explains the monster.

2) The best movie as far as shock factor and outright friggin' creepy scenes and sounds, would probably be 'Event Horizon' in my opinion. Like most horror movies, it had a plot with a few holes and by the end just failed to explain things in detail, but there were some scenes (not particularly gruesome) that still make me shiver from that one. The concept behind the plot was really pretty interesting and dealt with what lies in dimensions between two points in space when one is trying to warp space-time to move from one to the other.

3) One that always scared the hell out of me as a kid was John Carpenter's remake of the 1950's "The Thing", but once again, sort of lacking in plot. Carpenter's other early 90's film Prince of Darkness was pretty creepy too, but kind of slow.

-- Anonymous, August 31, 2000

I think the omen was the scariest movie I ever saw even though itas pretty old well maybe its not that old.

-- Anonymous, December 23, 2000

Here are my top scary movies and explanations:

1) Event Horizon

-- Anonymous, January 16, 2001

Here are my top scary movies and explanations:

1) Event Horizon This movie contains very graphic images of people being tortured beyond their worst fears. Many scenes are shot in dark coridoors, with sounds that compliment the scene and build suspense perfectly. After intense buildups, I didnt even want to see something greusome to happen....and often didnt, which keeps the viewer on his/her feet at all times......Quite possibly the scariest movie EVER.

2) Nine Inch Nails: Broken the Movie While most people havent seen this movie, any person looking to see a truly frightening film MUST see this. It is a story about a psycho killer who picks up a random person off of the street and tortures/eats/molests his dead body. This was shot on a camcorder, so the quality of the movie actually makes you think twice, three and maybe more times to whether or not its real.....and when I saw it rumor was that it was real. A police investigation even followed this release as it was originally only passed on as a bootleg. Complete with very mood setting NIN video cuts between scenes....NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED

3) Texas Chainsaw Massacre This movie is about a very demented family, loosely based on true events. What actually happens to the characters is beyond greusome. The actors expressions and sounds that accompany them are very terrifying, and bring out the worst emotions. Definitely a movie to watch....over and over.

4) Pet Cemetary A classic, and hardly ever mentioned as one of the scariest movies ever. The drive for people to be with their loved ones after they are dead drive the characters to bring them back from the dead....although the sour earth that they are buried in bring them back in a very eery blood seeking form. Definitely scary, and affected my sleep when I was 11 years old (although hardly any movies really did this to me at the time). This movie is still very terrifying.

5) Evil Dead Although this series is mainly watched as comedy now, this B- movie contains a slight fright factor among the gallons of blood shed. Truly a classic, although it isnt as frightening as the previous 4, it is briliantly done, and MUST be viewed by any fans of this genre.

-- Anonymous, January 16, 2001

The scaries movie i have ever seen was based on reality. i believe that The Day After a movie about nuclear holocaust on our own soil was probably the scariest movie i have ever watched.

-- Anonymous, February 11, 2001

I have a few "toss ups" the first of which would definitely have to be The Exorcist...couldn't even endure the entire thing first time through..too intense, like when she's on the bed bouncing up and down and suddenly her necks bulges out and she starts growling in that gutteral animal sound, eyes rolled back then suddenly sits up and barks, "Get away..the sow is mine!"....freaky stuff!

Then there is House On Haunted Hill..the remake....the scene with the guys face scooped out threw me outa my chair! The balding doctor carrying around the hatchet was pretty scary.

The Shining was pretty suspenseful and creepy and ya gotta love Jack! Fav scene: she's paging through his 3 inch stack of typed papers that say line after line, "all work and no play makes jack a dull boy"..the music really built up that scene!

The Sixth Sense was pretty darn creepy the first time I saw it. When Cole stops in the hallway, the dog runs out of his room and the boy (ghost)with the shot out back of his head walks by, I jumped two feet in the air....and when the vomiting ghost-girl appears...wo! And what an ending on that one!

There was one installment of one of the Creep Shows that really scared me....the lady hits a guy in her car and the remainder of her ride home he is attached to her car, continualy trying to get in to her and screaming, "Thanks for the ride lady!!" Anybody remember that?

Though a B movie, Children of the Corn scared the bejeezus outa me when I was but a kid! It was a combo of the music and lack of any sane people that built the suspense. "He's wants you too, Malachi!" Stupid ending, though.

-- Anonymous, May 24, 2001

the scaryist movie i have eva sen would have been the omen!

-- Anonymous, July 04, 2001

One of the scariest movies ive seen is the exorcist but now ive seen it more than 3 times and it isnt so scary anymore. But another yet terrifying movie would be children of the corn and texas chain saw massacre.In children of the corn you see the people get hacekd to pieces and then people getting burned. In texas chainsaw massacre the killing ways i thought were brutal. there are more because i love horror but i cant remember them now

-- Anonymous, July 24, 2001

The scareiest movies that I seen were "Jaws", "The Exoricist", "the shinnig" and "the final destination". No other movie beats that.

-- Anonymous, August 29, 2001

No doubt... The Exorcist! In fact, I just checked out and they seem to do a decent job covering not only the movie, but the topic in general.

-- Anonymous, September 05, 2001

i thought silence of the lambs was really scary, also the changling.....its old and corny, but if you watch it yourself youll be scared.

-- Anonymous, September 14, 2001

Hm. Well, I'm one of those lonely teenage experts in the horror genre. I was "raised on latex and corn syrup" and I certainly don't scare easily when it comes to movies. But... the #1 scariest horror movie I've ever seen has to be Stephen King's IT. The only movie to ever make me lose sleep. It keeps you thinking even after the flick's over. When it comes to my favorite horror movies? Well, they are as follows:

Night of the Living Dead (1968 original): HERE's your scariest movie of all time.

Dawn of the Dead: It's interesting to see how the entire world would react to the re-animation of the unburied dead. Makeup isn't great, but the story is golden.

Day of the Dead: Aside from being a musician, I'm a makeup artist, and this movie is my Sacred Cow. What a change from DotD! Possibly the scariest zombie effects you'll ever see. No one does it like Tom Savini.

The entire Evil Dead series: We can all relate to this one. Bruce Campbell is just... well, he's a modern Moses.

And, finally, Event Horizon. I, too, thought it was just so damn creepy. Abandoned spaceship sending distress signals years after its disappearance? Hyperspace route to the pits of Hell? Bring it on!

Yeah, love 'em or leave 'em. Those are my favorites.

-- Anonymous, October 01, 2001

I really like the Exorcist!! Both the old and the new version. The effects the sounds were amazing. The old fashion look makes it look very realistic. It scared the hell out of me! It was so exciting. Most people think you got to have sex, nudity, guns to make a scary movie. They are way in the gutter. In fact to get the best scary movies, you would definitely have to go back to the 7o's and the 60's maybe even before that with stuff like Carrie not The Rage and Pet Cementary, Chucky with oringinal cast, etc. Movies now are shit i mean they are exciting but they really loose the point with all that other crap.

-- Anonymous, October 16, 2001

Does anyone remember Amityville Horror that is one of the scariest movies of all time.

-- Anonymous, October 20, 2001

The best scary movie I'v ever seen is Valentine It was so cool! Yaseena mckendry

-- Anonymous, October 21, 2001

My top 2 scariest movies of all time are: 1. The Changeling (nothing comes close) 2. The Exorcist

-- Anonymous, October 25, 2001

No one has mentioned Salem's Lot. Now that was the scariest movie of all time, especially when that kid is floating and scratching on the window. Holy _ _ _ _ !!

-- Anonymous, October 26, 2001

the scariest movies are the old ones "Amitiville horror"," i spit on your grave" that was one of the most twisted movies i've seen . that is next to pink flomingos.

-- Anonymous, October 28, 2001

OK... so even though this coversation is a year old I want to contribute.... I agree with several you guys have mentioned... OMEN (specifically Omen II when they are in military school... he was the best Damien); EXORCIST (especially the new version wit added scenes like the spider);Amityville Horror was great, too, as were the old Creep Shows. But... how could you forget ALIEN??? That is my all time scariest movie. It still gets me. My other favorite, though more for specific scenes was FIRE IN THE SKY... the hive scene just strikes fear in me. Also... anyone remember the old Hitchiker series when HBO first started? Those were more creepy, Hitchcockian, but very worthy! As a kid, my favorite stupid scary movie was HUMANOIDS FROM THE DEEP. remember that? So... that's my two cents!

-- Anonymous, January 01, 2002

I think that The Old Hitchcock movie's have a geat twist to them.

I also like I Drink Your Blood & I Eat Your Skin. I love the old campy horror movies

-- Anonymous, January 04, 2002

Even though im only 12 ive seen most of the movies on this list.

But the scariest one i ever saw was the Exocist because i was only 10 when i saw it . now i love scary movies and i hope to see more!

-- Anonymous, January 15, 2002

The scariest movies I have seen are the exorcist,the shining,and those gore fest movies directed by the wonderfull peter jackson.

-- Anonymous, January 19, 2002

The scariest movies I have seen are the exorcist,the shining,and those gore fest movies directed by the wonderfull peter jackson!

-- Anonymous, January 19, 2002

i liked most of those movies but the best was EVIL DEAD and AMITTYVILLE HORROR when i was younger it made me turn on the lights and look over my shoulder

-- Anonymous, January 25, 2002

UMMM...the scariest movie ever made was Stephen King's IT. I am seventeen years old, and I saw this movie when I was five or six. I am still afraid of clowns, and still sometimes, have nightmares about this movie. the worst scene to's a toss up. When the photo album flies open and starts bleeding, and when they are all together, and they open the door of the mini fridge and his head is in there and balloons start flying out. I'm now an avid fan of Stephen King novels, but still can not bring myself to read this one.

-- Anonymous, February 19, 2002

you have to read the book (IT) its 2 or 3 times better than the movie

-- Anonymous, February 22, 2002

If you want to see a really good ghost story, check out "The Changeling", starring George C. Scott. It takes place in an old Seattle mansion, not quite like the new "Red Rose" by Stephen King. This movie is more scary and realistic, on a scale of 1 to 10, I give It a 8. Check it out, you will not be disappointed. Sleep Tight!

-- Anonymous, February 23, 2002

IT freaked me out. I so totally understand people being terrified of clowns....also, there was this movie with a ventriloquist, it could have been the sequel to When A Stranger Calls. Stupid movie, but now I'm frightened of ventriloquist dummies too. And don't get me started on street performers....*shiver*

-- Anonymous, March 02, 2002

Well the movies i saw really wasn't scary.. but the name of it was VILLAGE OF THE DAMN. its about this town that has a black out and during this black out some how 12 women get pregnate and the all have babys that have blonde hair and blue eyes. And every baby is pozesed (sp). some of then make there partents stick their hands in pots ov boiling water.. and some even make there parents just off cliffs. There is only one little boy who isn't like that.. only because his partner that he walks with in line ( they all walk in like.. 2 by 2 ) died when it was born. the end is kinda crazy. but is benn quite some time sence i have seen it. but its pretty good

-- Anonymous, March 16, 2002

Does anyone know about a video that has several short stories. It starts with a kid staying home and playing a video. Then you see him walking down a dark dungeon like hall and this is followed by some short stories. One that includes the "thanks for the ride lady"--not Creepshow 2, another where a gentleman is looking for a "nice cup of coffee" or something like that. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?

Thanks for any direction on this.

-- Anonymous, March 19, 2002

I just saw The Exosist (dvd). It takes some time to get to the point. When it does it's .... not really scary but there's a lot someone will learn from this movie. In that that stuff really goes on in reality. Exosism really exists. The movie strenghthens ones faith in the church. Priests go through a whole lot. For those who think that they're all powerful and they live in a perfect world, well there are Real supernatural powers out there. I don't watch movies in general because they are all about how the US is big and powerful and one man can save the whole world, Or using models (because they say sex sells. For heavens sake models are models, actors are actors. Must an actor be beautiful?) I am that regular pretty boy but since the exosist i look at life in a different way...

-- Anonymous, May 06, 2002


-- Anonymous, June 17, 2002

Just for the record the exorcist was not, nor will it ever be scary to me. "IT" made me laugh my ass off, and many other horror movies left me in disappointment...PLEASE i ask you people out there to e- mail me a movie that will fill me with fear and suspence. I'd be very thankful. Oh yeah and for my answer to the question...Michael Jackson's "Thiller" video scared me!

-- Anonymous, July 01, 2002

All of the Halloween movies. I am going to see Halloween Ressurection when it comes out.

-- Anonymous, July 04, 2002

Oh yo ho hello there...the scaryest movie ever = Buety and the Beast oh my god that beast guy really shit scares bell RUN!! That little tea cup called chip though, aint that just the sweetest thing u ever seen? Hehehe :-p BUT.. i gott admit, the movie that get's me screaming with fright and shivering with horror and fear has to be...barbie and the nut cracker..i only watched the advetisement on the t.v and im already hideing behind the chair. arrrgh!

-- Anonymous, July 07, 2002

the scariest movie i ever saw was the birds now i am so scared of them.i also do not like movies with clowns in them thanks to poltergist.

-- Anonymous, July 19, 2002

FUCK ALL YOU MOTHER FUCKERS AND SUCK MY BIG FAT BLACK AND DIRTY COCK. I just had to say that. Well the scariest movie I've ever seen was fucking event horizon. I watched it with my fucking gay cousin and when ever a scary seen came on he would grab and squezze my nuts. I didnt say anything the first time but the second time I fucking repremanded him. THe third I just kicked his ass. Anyone I figured the movie had to be pretty fucking scary if it makes u grab somebody's balls. I know It scared the shit outta me with that fucking tent shit.

-- Anonymous, July 20, 2002

yeah it's me again.I realized I misspelled a cock load of shit in my last fucking entry. I'd like to say that the second scariest movie I've ever seen was fucking Puppet Master...part 1 and 2 fucking had me crying to my mom's fucking bed at night when I was a kid..I'm a fucking sick bastard. I grabbed my mom's ass once and try to titty fuck her. She kicked my ass. That was when we were watching beauty and the beast. I think Gestong could have fucked that bitch belle pretty fucking hard. Like his fucking cock would go in her twat and come out her mouth that's how fucking hard. Anyway does anyone fucking know where I can get that fucking movie Nine Inch Nails I kinda wanna scare the shit outta my gay cousin again, even tho he'll prolly grab my balls I think hearing his gay fucking fruit basket ass fucking dick sucking self scream like a bitch is pretty fucking funny. anyone wanna fucking help me out?

P. FUCKING S. Pardon the motherfucking cursin. It's a fucking habit even in my fucking typing.

-- Anonymous, July 20, 2002

There are quite a few good scarey movies, The old ones are the best, like the Last House on the Left, The Little Girl who lives down the Lane, Jody Foster was exceptional in it, more suspenceful than anything, you had no clue as to what would happen next.... The newer scary movies leave something to be desired, like a basic story line or a plot.... i have a question tho and i hope someone still looks at this site, there was this old scary movie i seen as a kid it was about a group of actors in this old mansion shooting a movie and they start dying off one by one and something about a garden in it, If anyone knows the name could they please tell i'm curious to rent it.. thank you in advance. oh i also thought of another scary movie The Children about a small town that the kids go threw this fog and become zombies with black finger nails and start killing their families its old but very scary.......

-- Anonymous, July 21, 2002

I think the scariest movie I'v ever seen is ether I.T or The exorist.

-- Anonymous, July 22, 2002

hey,here are my top 5 scary movies 1)jason:final friday#10 2)13 ghosts (scares the hell outta me still) 3)black christmas 4)halloween 3 5)bloody murder *shiver* *shiver* also some other good onesare valentines,leprechaun,nightmare on elm street 4,texas chainsaw massacre ,house on haunted hill ,and deep blue sea,

p.s poltergeist and all the jaws made me laugh they were not scary

-- Anonymous, July 23, 2002

The horror movies of today have no comparison with the ones of the past. The scary movie of my choice would be Halloween. Every attempt to stop Michael Myers by his family and law enforcement failed. The same could be said about the many sequels of Friday the 13th. In the progression of the Halloween films over the years they revealed information about the characters and the method's behind their madness. In Halloween:The Curse of Michael Myers they begin with information on how Myers was inflicted with the Druid curse of Thorn and how sacrificing one family it meant saving an entire tribe. Throughout the last two sequels; Halloween H20 and Halloween:Resurrection Myers is still pursuing Laurie Strode his little sister. Though thought to be dead for good after she chopped off his head with an axe. Sources have confirmed that the man behind the mask was a copycat killer dressed up as Myers. The newest film in the series Halloween:Resurrection should be equally as terrifying as the previous ones.

-- Anonymous, July 24, 2002

What the fuck am I doing writing about my own movie. Does anybody want to die? I am going to haveto say that Halloween Ressurectin is the scariest of my own movies. Write another response who ever wants to die. Don't Forget to leave your address!

-- Anonymous, August 29, 2002

THe scaryest movie ever made cant really answer that ? THe one that comes closest is Event Horizon if you read through all of this it was mentioned alot of times the plot was a little shaky and a little badly written but with u think ur there the story gets scary. as far as what i dont like about the plot is there cannot be an ultmite evil with out haveing and ultmite good witch at no time was shown in this movie my advice is see it but dont think deep into it. As far as the shinning watch it if you have nothing else to do then to watch hair grow e-mail me with your scaryest movies

-- Anonymous, October 05, 2002


3) POLTERGEIST The tree scene was probably the creepiest scene in recent memory.

2) EVENT HORIZON I saw this on the Sci-Fi Channel and it scared the crap out of me, mainly because of the atmosphere. This one relies more on the music and sound than the monster stuff (which I guess must have been heavily modified for TV because I didn't see much of the gross-out stuff that everyone talks about).

And the scariest movie.... STARSHIP TROOPERS (SECOND HALF)

Although the first half is kind of funny, the second half of this movie scares me to death every time I see it. It is the scariest, bloodiest, most gruesome movie ever made in my opinion. My uncle recommended this one and I have never been so scared in my life than I was seeing this movie. Truly horrifying.

-- Anonymous, October 11, 2002

I'd say amytiville horror and IT oh and the halloween movies used to scare the s*@t out of me too. But halloween H20 was pretty crap.

-- Anonymous, October 18, 2002

scariest movie, The Exorcist. based only on imagery and sound, this movie takes the cake. i don't think there has been a film in recent memory that has taken so many people by suprise in what it was willing to show. all of the controvery with the catholic church too made a difference, why was this something they did not want you to see? was it something that could happen, or even worse, something that did happen?

-- Anonymous, October 18, 2002

I can't believe no one has said CANDYMAN. Well anyway here are my favorites...By the way The Exorcist and IT didn't scare me at all. Leprechaun, Carrie, Silence of the Lambs, Final Destination(this was just creepy), The Others(made me jump a few times, but not as good after seeing it once), Arachnaphobia

-- Anonymous, October 21, 2002

WOW!!all of u have seen a lot of scary movies i just went to go see the ring and boy did it give me the willies i love it cuz when the person is going to go look at the victum you turn away and hear them scream(but they dont show the victum)and then later they show it later unsuspectingly wow creepy i realy recomend going and seeing it

-- Anonymous, October 22, 2002

Oh man----I read this entire page and can't believe that only one person has said Candyman. That movie was so scary---I couldn't sleep forever. Also The Others made me jump through the whole thing the first time--the second time you knew what was happening so it wasn't scary.

-- Anonymous, October 22, 2002

I need a good scary movie to go see with my girlfriend. COuld anyone help me out?Thanks.

-- Anonymous, October 25, 2002

the scariest movie i have ever used to be the exorcist, but then i saw the ring and it scared the crap out of me. lol. it was pretty scary, especially cuz i went at night to see it.

-- Anonymous, October 28, 2002

Well I would have to say Witchboard, but it was an older version, NOT those stupid ones out now that are like half porn, lol. It was made in the eighties and I saw it when I was like 10 so I found it scary. That was the only movie to have ever freaked me out. I've been looking for it everywhere so if someone know's where it is, gimme a shout plz. Thanx

-- Anonymous, October 29, 2002

i can't belive nobody said demons. the movie where those kids throw a party at this old house by a cemetary,and everyone starts getting possesd.and candyman kicked ass!!!!!!!!!!!!!

-- Anonymous, October 30, 2002

The "Exorcist" first then 'Children of the Corn" The first "Halloween" at the Drive Inn was pretty scary!!

-- Anonymous, October 31, 2002

at 40 years old i think the scariest movie is that of my 40th birthday video other than that none previous that i have read even compares to an old movie i saw when i was a kid at about 10 yrs old on the 4;30 movie on abc that was called "D0N'T BE AFFRAID OF THE DARK" if you watch this you will not sleep for weeks and will remember it till your grave.................................

-- Anonymous, October 31, 2002

fuck all of you the scariest movie out there is IT i dont care what u say u no the first time u saw it u were fucking scared and ud never be the same also blair witch is a scary one too and u also have to tell yourself the first time u saw it u thought it was real and u never wanted to go into the woods

-- Anonymous, October 31, 2002

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