Have you ever watched scary movies?

China
November 12, 2007 7:38am CST
Hi!All I have watched some scary movies since I went to university. The first scary movie I have ever watched was the fly. It was a science fiction. A modern machine was invented to bring a person to another place. But owing to an error, a fly entered the room of the machine. The result was that the prson was changed into a fly person. It looked like a huge fly. It was terrible.
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@maybebaby (1231)
• Canada
13 Nov 07
I actually like scary movies. I like the adrenilin rush of being scared. There are lots of good scary movies out there. The Fly is not one of my favorites. I don't really like that one. I don't find it scary just gross.
• Canada
13 Nov 07
I find that I watch too many for them to really be scarey anymore. I actually find a lot of them humorous because they are so silly. One's like Black Christmas which are a dark comedy are great.
@blueunicorn (2410)
• United States
12 Nov 07
I'm not really all that into scary movies. I used to enjoy some that were more thrillers than horror, but even now I don't like to watch those because I'm always afraid my kids will wake up and get scared. Occassionaly we will rent a scary movie to watch if the kids aren't home.
• China
12 Nov 07
Hi!All I used to watch scary movies at the movie house, but now I seldom watch scary movies.
@Monkeyrose (2850)
• Canada
12 Nov 07
I absolutely love horror movies. I like vampire and werewolf movies in particular. I enjoyed the blade triligy. I really liked the first Saw movie. I thought it was ingenious. I like the texas chainsaw massacre. The first Jeepers Creepers was good.
@ayou82 (3460)
• Philippines
12 Nov 07
I watch them but im so scared and i cant sleep at night.
@murciaman (441)
12 Nov 07
have always loved scary or horror movies and used to read Horror stories as a kid...Edgar allen Poe...Denis Wheatley and others...didnt rate the Fly though..more sci fi than horror...The Grudge is pretty scary and also Saw.. a lot of horror movies have taken on board the tongue in cheek appraoch in more recent times...not sure i like this but it is here to stay...the old clasics are stil good Frankenstein, Dracula Wolfman etc...Psycho is another timeless classic Haloween and others have become too predictable ..pshychological scary movies like Silence of the Lambs are more of the current genre....my personal favourite was Pitch Black although there is a sci fi element here too..sometimes it is difficult to seperate these two genres..