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Fallen. (Scary, but non-horror. Involves a cottage.)
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It was just a mistake;
I didn't mean to let them take away my soul.
Am I too old?
Is it too late?
I liked "The Others" quite a bit. Not a drop of blood (that I can remember), creepy atmosphere, intriguing concept--and pretty scary at times.
That one is very creepy and excellent. One of my favorite Denzel Washington flicks.
Tiiiiii-iiiiiii-iiiime is on my side - yes it is.
Movie is a sleeper. I don't think I had ever heard of it when I saw it on cable years ago. Very nuanced creeper. A little less shocking than The Ring, but a similar twist at the end.
Chairman of the Board.
If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that's a full day. That's a heck of a day.
Something Wicked This Way Comes. Old movie, based on an old Ray Bradbury novel. The book is much better, but the movie isn't bad. And it's takes place around the same time of the year as now.
I think this would be a great movie for a modern update.
Trailer for the 1983 film Something Wicked This Way Comes.
Skeleton Key is also one of my favorites.
Dead of Winter
Mary Steenbergen, Roddy Mc Dowell
I can't imagine the op not having seen this already, but "Misery" would seem to be appropriate.
Session 9 is a horror film, no? An effective one, sure, but lost a little something the second time I watched it. Still a superior movie in genres that rely solely on disquiet and atmosphere. The cellar/corridor scene was memorable.
I echo the love for The Strangers, but again, that's a horror film. The first 30 minutes are perfection, but the film nosedives after that.
Non-horror? There are some truly horrifying scenes in David Lynch's "Fire Walk with Me." (Based off of Twin Peaks)
2016: Obama's America -- F*cking terrifying
Happiness. Absolutely horrific, but not horror scary. Your girlfriend will love it.
Grave Encounters was a pretty good found-footage flick. I thought it was quite a bit better than something like Paranormal Activity.
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Very scary and I think you might even get to see a young Nicole Kidman neekid (although that's not the scary part).
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Haven't seen it in a while, but my memory is that there is almost no bloodshed. Sort of an art-house film.
"Look at this. An entire generation of Cinderellas, and there's no glass slipper coming." -- Mother in ALMOST FAMOUS
Eden Lake is what you are looking for.
It's more of a thriller but scary and it has some gore but nothing that will give you nightmares.
You have great tastes in horror films...
I'd throw in the Dunwich Horror (it's so stupid but Dean Stockwell creeped me the f out), and any Hammer Horror film with Peter Cushing or Christopher lee. No blood, no guts, just creepy.
Terror Train starring Jamie Lee Curtis is pretty intense at points.
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