What is the scariest horror movie you have ever seen?

@manixxx (116)
Japan
October 31, 2008 12:51am CST
Horror movies gives me the nerves!!! Yikes! The scariest horror movies I have ever seen is "Shutter", the Asian version. that's the only horror movie that made me jump on my seat because i was shocked 3 times, of that particular scene. and the setting also was Asian, that makes it more horrific and realistic. you should watch it, if have the nerves. hehe! you, what's your scariest horror movie you have ever seen? and why?
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• Philippines
10 Nov 08
japanese movie the ring. sadako is scary!! and the exorcirst too
• Romania
6 Nov 08
the exorcirst. i remember i saw it late at night...big big mistake. there were some scenes that gave me goose bumps. not to say i didnt close an eye all night long
@hellcowboy (7378)
• United States
1 Nov 08
I have never been into scary movies because I do not like getting scared because I scare really easily and if I watch a scary movie it usually ends up giving me nightmares for a couple days to a week,and I have only seen a couple of scary movies in my lifetime,and one of the scariest movies I have ever seen would have to be Jaws because I am terrified of sharks,and that movie gave me nightmares for a long while,and I refuse to ever watch that movie again,and I will never watch any movies with snakes or spiders,because I am scared of those as well.
• Canada
31 Oct 08
i haven't watched too many horror movies but the scariest ive seen was the mist it was pretty scary especialy wen that guy gets stabbed repeatedly by the people trapped in the grocery store then into the mist to get killed by the monsters that a freaky scene
@rkrish (3003)
• India
31 Oct 08
i remebr the old movie in tamil language of india, which is named as no13 house..its really a scary movie and i got swearing as well as i gone for night show to a theatre in my young ages and taht time we call 13 room no for all sacry movies as well
@ssj3goku (113)
• United States
31 Oct 08
Darn! Shutter was that good? I could have seen it tonight for free, but decided not to. I guess I made a mistake. The scariest movie I have seen to date, or at least the horror movie that I appreciated the most was 1408. I really liked it because it was an intriguing new concept. It was pretty much the kind of like a haunted house type of movie except the setting was a haunted hotel room. It was really interesting because there was no stereotypical bad guy. I really suggest watching it if you like scary movies.