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I would definitely go Sleepy Hollow. Lot of humor, Johhny Depp, the girl from Casper, and Christopher Walken.
How could I forget the scariest one of all - "Fuck Tanny".
No love for any Hitchcock movies?
I guess I'm old school in that the fifties and sixties movies like Day The Earth Stood Still are watchable without using the cheap gore.
Insidious actually scared the shit out of me sometimes.
I'm going to see Sinister in about 10 minutes. Has a 7.3 on IMDB and Ethan Hawke is usually pretty good.
I have high hopes.
Awesome suggestions. I've seen many of them. Scooped up the ring, and a cabin in the woods....
Birds would fit the bill.
Sorry but Blair witch is plain stupid. Unless you believe that the witch edited the film together. Good for them for creating an Internet phenomenon. But meh.
You set it up, someone's got a knock em down…
When I first read that I swear it said fuck tranny... Some of you pervs might like that, but I would find that pretty horrific.
Keeping the sunshiners in check since 2000.
OP wants to be scared, not bored. ;)
Though the first PA is a good flick, the sequels (haven't seen the 4th) are just dull derivatives.
The innocents. 1960s.production. About creepy kids and insane governess. Based on the novel the turn of the screw.
Seen it. Pretty good. Just learned she hasn't. It's on the list for tomorrow.
I hope I don't see a 3:30 horror show and I'm good. Cabin in the woods coming up at 9:00
Just got back from seeing "Sinister."
Its lame final act is the quintessence of horror in 2012. i.e., lots of great premises seldom fully realized.
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How could I forget The Orphanage?
This is EXACTLY what you're looking for. Trust me. Spooky, atmospheric horror with an emphasis on characters rather than gore. WATCH IT.
Les Diaboliques (fucking classic)
Old silent films but extremely creepy:
The Phantom Carriage
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
Vampyr (one of my personal favorites)
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The Night of the Hunter with Robert Mitchum.
Classic thriller about a lunatic "preacher" chasing two children across the rural countryside.
The Woman in Black wasn't bad.. little slow.. but creepy without being gory:
Borderland is a good movie
Lots of great suggestions so ill add one I haven't seen mentioned yet.
Fucked up movie.
Mothman Prophecies messed with my brain.
I'll second The Orphanage and Identity.
Cabin in the Woods was really entertaining, but it definitely has some gore to it.
The best thing about Mothman Prophecies is it's based on a true story. A really creepy movie.
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Watching it right now, actually. Frighteningest movie ever made, in my opinion. Kubrick & Nicholson.
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