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Something that is actually scary, not just a well-made horror movie but something that you find truly frightening, preferably not like a light comedy-horror. I'm in the mood to be on the edge of my seat and have my skin crawl. And yes, I know if I really want to be scared I can probably find some pornos that will scare me senseless but let's keep it to actual films.
The Thing (1982)
Watch it with the lights and heat off for full effect.
Directed by John Carpenter. With Kurt Russell, Wilford Brimley, Keith David, Richard Masur. Scientists in the Antarctic are confronted by a shape-shifting alien that assumes the appearance of the people that it kills.
This post was edited by PPTPW51983 17 months ago
The first Paranormal Activity is f'n freaky.
The Descent is a claustrophobic creature feature -- like the last scene from Silence of the Lambs stretched out for an hour
House of the Devil is a slow burner, but really gets going -- it also has some retro charm to keep you interested
Paranormal Activity 3 is actually a decent found footage flick -- a new director utilized some clever gimmicks to tweak you, plus he has a coherent ending unlike the others
Sinister takes a different approach to found footage by following the guy who watches it -- pretty intense at times
REC does the zombie/epidemic genre proud -- and it's American version Quarantine is decent too
Insidious. Great flick.. more about scares than gore..
I saw "Mama" this weekend.
The "plot" doesn't make much sense, but it's eerie and atmospheric and gory as hell. Love it
The Beyond (Lucio Fulci) Trailer **HQ**
I started Shutter (the original, Asian version) on Netflix streaming a while back and was generally too spooked to finish. (Girlfriend was out of town, so started it on a late Saturday night alone, all lights off)
2012-2013 MSU Football Offensive Highlights Video
I second 'The Thing' by the way.
This post was edited by morgarc 17 months ago
tsearchfunction is pretty scary I hear
Classic scary......"Play Misty For Me" (1971)
Legend of Boggy Creek
not much for horror movies, but there are some horror video games out there that I might classify as "psychologically damaging"
Until the end it was actually decent
"If you're worried about Wolverine fans, just move to Pasadena. You'll never have to deal with 'em."
tRCMB - Visit at your own risk of being disgusted.
The Others with Nicole Kidman
The Fallen with Denzel Washington
Question authority. Power to the people
are you open to foreign films? If so theres a LOT of good French horror films
My favorite is Martyrs. Scary as shit and fucked up. I liked it so much I included it as my username
Other films are High Tension, Frontiers, Them
And thens theres The Descent which is in English and has a lot of hot chicks in it.
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