Do Horror Movies Scary You? If Yes Which Movie Scared You Most?

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@jamz82 (1861)
Italy
January 9, 2007 8:03am CST
I am an horror movies lover. Horror movies doesn't scary me, but when I was a little kid I was scared for a lot of time by Stephen King's "IT" movie. After watching that film I used to imagine the clown popping up everywhere in my room. That was great! I want to watch "it" movie again. It's about more 15 years i don't see it, I want to see if I will be scared again:P I think the book of stephen king must be interesting too, it is very big but a friend of mine told me that scare more than the movie. Now I ask you Do Horror Movies Scary You? If Yes Which Movie Scared You Most?
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• United States
9 Jan 07
Most scary movies do not scare me. But I have to honestly say that "IT" movie scared the heck out of me. I remember I watched it for the first time at my grandmother's house when I was little. I was spending the night with her and she had already gone to bed and I was still up watching tv. Well it came on and I love scary movies so I watched it. Well then I looked out the back door and I could have sworn that clown's face was looking at me through that window in the back door. I left the tv on and went running to my grandmother's bed. I'm 25 now and don't think I've ever seen it since.
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@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
11 Jan 07
hey it happened a similar thing to mee too:D I was very kid after watching it I went to bed. Then from my room i saw in the corridor of another room the clown running in the dark. It was the scariest imagination I had when I was a child!
• Romania
9 Jan 07
I'm also a horror fan. If you're no longer scared by horror movies i think you're watching the wrong ones. Try to avoid blood & gore and watch psychological thriller / horror. I can recommend "The Shutter" if you haven't seen it already. I think Japanese series are pretty scary - The Ring, The Grudge, etc. Apart from those it was one movie that scare the hell out of me and i was nearly 30 y.o. when i've seen it - The Blair Witch Project 1.
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• India
10 Jan 07
....nowdayz horror movies do not satisy our needs,instead they luk like sum stupid comedy movies.take movies like grudge and ring,they never sounded like horror movies except the sound effects.in reality the old movies were really nice n kewl,they are worth for the money than the new ones.movies like OMEN(the first part),EXCORIST those were the golden ages newayz movies like saw triolgy and final destination are the movies which proves tat horror movies cud be took nowdayz also.well sixth sense was one hell of a movie!!!!
@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
11 Jan 07
to september_1st: thank you very much I'll watch it "Shutter". I love psychological horror. I loved the films you said. It's true, sometimes they give more tension than movies with a lot of gore
@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
11 Jan 07
to ssprsasanna: I'm not so agree with you because I loved the grudge and the ring, they re quite psychologcal.
18 Feb 07
Another Stephen King inspired movie, Salem's Lot. I had read the book and the book scared me, so I was prepared for the film. However prepared I was it still scared the pants off me, not least because of the way it was filmed, the timing and the minimal special effects. It worked more on the psyche and I found myself huddled up on my sofa clutching a cushion.
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@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
18 Feb 07
salem's lot - salem's lot. I've to watch it soon!
I always wanted to see that movie, but I didnt have the opportunity yet to watch it! I will see soon, I like psycho horrors! I add a photo about salem's lot. I hope you will like it:)
@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
25 Feb 07
to ressie: I love that picture of the vampire!:)
@shyamlal (3538)
• India
2 Mar 09
Well horror movies do scare me and the one scared me the most was SHUTTER - A korean movie..Well the sound effects and realistic approach can scare anyone while they are watching it..But it leaves no after effects..You will be scared while watching it ,then its okay..
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@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
3 Mar 09
I think horror from asia are the best. I didn't know Shutter. I looked it in wikipedia and I saw they made a remake of it in 2008. I suppose you watched the old one (2004). I think the soundtrack could make the movie scarier.
@callarse1 (4793)
• United States
23 Feb 07
I love horror movies, sometimes I think the movies are little distrubing such as the sawing off of peoples limbs in the SAW movies, but I am not too scared and I love the thrill of watching them. It is one of the most genres that I love to watch and I have many VCDs and DVDs of horror movies, come si dice horror movies in italian amico? Grazie millie. Pablo
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@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
23 Feb 07
the saw - the saw - it a very sick movie!
great! glad to meet another horror movie fan!:) I really low "the saw" movie. I have seen only the first one and it was great. I've the second one but I haven't seen yet. I don't have the 3rd but I will get it soon! italian movies is "film horror italiani". If you like horror, check it out Dario Argento's movies. It is italian. look for "deep red" or "profondo rosso" in italian.
• Philippines
30 Jan 07
Actually horror movies scares me especially if I'm the only person watching it at night. I like the Ring 1, it's pretty scary. I also like some movies with serial killers.
@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
30 Jan 07
I like thrillers too. the first the ring was better than the second one
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• Germany
29 Jan 07
I didn`t love horror movies, i`ll never can sleep after looking that. I dreamed about SAW and SAW2 over 10 days, before i forget the movie. That`s scary.
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@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
30 Jan 07
I love very much them!
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• Australia
10 Jan 07
I so love horror movies, its hard to find a really good one these days... i remember back to when i was a kid and watched the exorcist when it first came out... i was terrified lol my sister and i shared a room we ended up sharing the bed all snuggled up with just our eyes peeping out of the blankets waiting for the worst to happen LOL But now watching it again, it doesnt even come close to scaring me.... i still enjoy stephen kings "IT" though, i dont know just something creepy about that movie.
@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
11 Jan 07
the exorcist and IT are the most touching horror movies i've seen!
@onouui (80)
• Australia
10 Jan 07
Yes, Horror movies scare me :P I don't watch them (because I'm not so into them), so I can't think of any movies which scared me the most if I have.. Lol- You loved to imagine a freaky scary clown popping up in your room everywhere? I find that amusing as I am the opposite xD I guess a reason may be they stick in my head for pretty long.. and I don't like that if they're especially freaky :P I did read the comic Japanese version of the book 'The Ring'. I guess reading the story I can handle. But even little things like remembering that freaky girl coming out of the well.. creaping out of the toilet xD Ha, maybe I'm a freak :P The clown in that pic is already so freaky =OOO
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@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
11 Jan 07
you're very funny. I liked your responce. If you don't want to image freaky clowns popping in your room DO NOT WATCH "IT" :P I didn't know there is a comic book of the ring. It would be great though!
• United States
10 Jan 07
The first Friday the 13th scared the crap out of me when I saw it -- especially at the end when the girl is dreaming that she is in the canoe and he comes out of the water. I think I jumped out of my seat! Nightmare on Elm Street really scared me, too, because I always felt safe in my bed and then after I saw it I was afraid to go to sleep. The first part if IT scared me, too.
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@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
12 Jan 07
great movies friday the 13th and Nightmare!
@Artsimba (1335)
• United States
9 Jan 07
I have seen quite a lot of scary movies, the one that that scared me the most was "Pumpkinhead". Only the first because in the sequels I knew what was coming. It was the scariest to me because the surroundings for a scary monster seemed so out of place and Pumpkinhead was so unexpected compared to all the other scary movies which I didn't have to keep reminding myself it's only a movie because they were so fake. I'm not including any movies that are slasher films because they just slash body parts for graphics and there's no real story behind them. Having said this I don't think I can watch any more scary movies, I'm getting older and I have no desire to have a heart attack.
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@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
11 Jan 07
I think I've seeen it but I dont remember it very well
• Canada
9 Jan 07
yeh i remember watching the movie "it" last year even though its a pretty old movie. the movie was pretty scary. One of the movies that i think is really scary is "the amityville horror". that movie is too scary especially that part where the ghost tells the priest in house to leave the house. that part still gives me goosebumps.
@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
11 Jan 07
amityville It is one of the movie I always wanted to watch It. I will find it.
@dmanuel (411)
9 Jan 07
yes! i think iwas 8 or 9, the movies title is Body Parts. ive watched it again and can't explain why i was so scared. guess it really freaked me out as a kid! :)
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@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
11 Jan 07
I've never seen that movie. I will look for it, I'm curious.
@ronaldinu (12445)
• Malta
9 Jan 07
I am a Stephen King's fan so I love all his books. Besides IT I would add Misery who was put on screen as well. Misery is more realistic movie and keeps you with suspense up till the last minute.
@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
11 Jan 07
yes Misery book is better than the movie! It gives lot of suspance.
• United States
9 Jan 07
I do not watch a lot of horror movies, I usually have to get dragged into watching them. Or, I will because that is the only type of movie my friends want to see at the time, so I am stuck watching it, if I want to go to the movies too, or just spend my day off at home. So I usually end up going... When I was a kid, IT, was really the only horror movie I had seen, and since then, I have never been to fond of clowns. I never finished the movie, sometimes I wish I would, we'll see. The part I always see in my mind is the blood in the bathroom, from the faucet and the toilet. Plus the blood in the gutter. Over the years, I have watched some more horror movies, but I try to forget as many as I can, that way I won't be scared.:)
@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
11 Jan 07
yes, I remember very well that scene of the ballon full of blood exploding from the faucet! Great scene! Thank you to making remember it :) I want to buy that dvd! It's been a lot time I dind't see It
@estarga (1188)
• United States
9 Jan 07
I do recall that movie it was pretty scary. I can recall being really scared of Children of the Corn and When a Stranger calls Back (the original pt 2). I don't really remember why I was scare of children of the corn. But I can tell you the suspense of When a Stranger calls Back was to much for me to bear as a youngster.
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@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
11 Jan 07
Children of the corn didnt scary me, I didn't like it so much. I never see When A Stranger calls back. I hope it will be good,I've to see it
@inked4life (4227)
• United States
9 Jan 07
There aren't too many that scare me (and I have seen tons), especially the newer ones. Two movies that did scare me though are "The Exorcist", and "The Shining". There is something about the little girl twins in the shining that just freaks me out
@jamz82 (1861)
• Italy
9 Jan 07
Great films! they're one of my favourites. Older movies I think are better than new ones. Old style affascinate me, expecially movie that do the atmosphere without using too much special effects.
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@multia (27)
• Finland
30 Jan 07
I guess the most scary movie I have seen is the grunge.
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• China
30 Jan 07
i am not an horror movies lover. i love comedies and action movies. if i watch horror movies, i usually cant sleep well.
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• United States
30 Jan 07
IT, by far. Clowns are just creepy anyway.
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