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  • Posted On: 10-19-13, 1:15 am (EDT) #1

    It's October, what are some of your favorite scary movies?

    October 19, 2013, 1:15 am

    Yeah I love this time of the year! An excuse to bust out some classics...

     

     

    Always a sucker for the Friday the 13th's (can do without the boobs though). Alien, The Thing, Pumpkinhead, Stephen Kngs It, Saw are all ones I love.

     

    But my all time favorite is John Carpenter's "They Live" With Roddy Piper and Keith David, where they put on the sunglasses and see the true faces of the Aliens. ALWAYS watch it.

     

     

    What are some of your favorites?

  • Posted On: 10-19-13, 4:20 pm (EDT) #2

    It's October, what are some of your favorite scary movies?

    October 19, 2013, 4:20 pm

    If you really want to get creeped out watch gremlings... i just can't finish it (it creeps me out for real) As for favorite horror movie it is deffenently "The shining". It is not all THAT scary but i enjoy watching it nevertheless ;)

  • Posted On: 10-19-13, 10:31 pm (EDT) #3

    It's October, what are some of your favorite scary movies?

    October 19, 2013, 10:31 pm

    Oh man ever since I was a kid, Chucky would scare the living hell out of me! My dad was a huge horror movie fan and we would always watch scary movies together and i would be just fine; But he constantly reminds me that the night I watched chucky for the first time, I screamed like a little girl haha!

    Now days I can watch Chucky no problem, but it's almost a guarantee that I will have nightmares about that stupid doll when I go to sleep. Heck, my dreams will make whatever horror movie I watch more scarier X10! It's like my dreams take the movie to a whole new level lol, that's always fun :)

  • Posted On: 10-25-13, 4:14 pm (EDT) #4

    It's October, what are some of your favorite scary movies?

    October 25, 2013, 4:14 pm

    I have so many....

     

    I really dont get scared easily so if a film has me hiding behind a cushion then I 

     

    WHOOPS!!!! you can tell I'm new here!!!!

     

    As i was saying, if it has me hiding behind a cushion then I know it's good. A recent one that I really enjoyed was "Sinister" 

     

    I loved the Scream movies too, cheesy but great 

  • Posted On: 10-29-13, 1:47 pm (EDT) #5

    It's October, what are some of your favorite scary movies?

    October 29, 2013, 1:47 pm
    Posted by: bigboss

    Yeah I love this time of the year! An excuse to bust out some classics...

     

     

    Always a sucker for the Friday the 13th's (can do without the boobs though). Alien, The Thing, Pumpkinhead, Stephen Kngs It, Saw are all ones I love.

     

    But my all time favorite is John Carpenter's "They Live" With Roddy Piper and Keith David, where they put on the sunglasses and see the true faces of the Aliens. ALWAYS watch it.

     

     

    What are some of your favorites?

    Exorcist for sure! Scariest one of all time! I don't even have to courage to watch it again cause  Iknow I will lose sleep for dayssssss!!! :)

     

  • Posted On: 10-29-13, 1:57 pm (EDT) #6

    It's October, what are some of your favorite scary movies?

    October 29, 2013, 1:57 pm

    "Darkness Falls" is a HILARIOUS scary movie. lol

  • Posted On: 10-29-13, 2:34 pm (EDT) #7

    It's October, what are some of your favorite scary movies?

    October 29, 2013, 2:34 pm

    IT, freeked me out when i was a kid,  so its got a special place in my heart . bbut the one that haunts dark allys , The grudge

  • Posted On: 10-30-13, 7:08 am (EDT) #8

    It's October, what are some of your favorite scary movies?

    October 30, 2013, 7:08 am
    Posted by: kroty3003

    IT, freeked me out when i was a kid,  so its got a special place in my heart . bbut the one that haunts dark allys , The grudge

    There was always something about that girl or whatever it was that made that noise with that face that creeped the hell outta me! I personally was scared of Halloween, more particularly the second one when Jamie Lee Curtis pushes him out the 2nd story window or whatever and the investigator goes to look out the window and he was gone. THAT was more scary to me possibly because I fear more of someone not being able to be killed, whereas jump scares are cheap and can be very predictable. When I was training to go into the SF (I never did go in, because I realized I want to train others), I learned to not be jumpy with jump scares, and I can usually tell when they're going to occur. Basically, I like movies that make you feel dread, like there's no escape and you're going to die.

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