Name the scariest movie you ever saw?

@Bee1955 (3885)
United States
January 27, 2007 6:21pm CST
I mean one that had you closing the curtains, huddled together on the couch, jumping at any noise the house makes, screaming when someone comes into the room unexpectantly, SCARIEST movie! Convince me this is the one to see or rent.
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@7nicole1 (1634)
• Canada
28 Jan 07
The only movie I can thikn that really freaked me out was CANDY MAN when it first came out. This movie freaked me so bad when I was young I would'nt leave the chair until the sun came up!lol
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@chopsuey (97)
• Malaysia
28 Jan 07
to me is nightmare on elm street series.. when i was a kid though.. it scares me a lot.. until i don't want to fall asleep coz i don't wanna meet him in my dreams..
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@emeraldisle (13145)
• United States
28 Jan 07
The one that made me do that was The Changeling. Excellent ghost story with George C. Scott. It will have you leaving the lights on afterwards, checking for any noises and you will never look at a wheelchair the same way again. Thing is there is nothing gorey in it, no blood and guts, nothing like that. It is all suspense and lots of it.
@kutchi (12331)
• Pakistan
28 Jan 07
well I think the end of the days is the scariest movie I saw
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@sweetmia (455)
• Philippines
28 Jan 07
the scariest movie for me is THE RING. i stopped watching ghost movies after that because i decided that its not worth the nightmares.
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@Debs_place (10524)
• United States
28 Jan 07
You know, I have not seen a lot of the scary movies, I think the one that is the scariest is it. Pennywise was one really bad clown. But the movie/book that really scares me is 'The Stand', the reason I think it scares me is because our society is just a 1/2 step away from that actual scenario. A deadly world epidemic, one that makes people more sensitive to thoughts of other people, where good and evil are the 2 prevalent forces, but they are black and white - no shades of grey. And again evil forces are playing with nuclear bombs in their desire to control. Everytime I go through the Lincoln tunnel, I think of 'The Stand' and my skin crawls.
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@Island_Geko (3760)
• Canada
28 Jan 07
poltergeist I and II, Arachnophobia, The Ring II those are the one I found scariest. With Ring II they even had strang things happening on the set, the child star who in the story was to get sick actually did get sick but seemed only to get better when he was not on the set.
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• Canada
28 Jan 07
The scariest movie that I have seen is "Scariest Movie". I know it's funny but it's scary too. No, actually, the scariest movie in the history of Hollywood is Exorcist. That movie has made history, and I recommend that you watch both the old one and the new version of Exorcist.
• United States
28 Jan 07
I like the old school scary movies like the original Halloween or Friday the 13th. Watching them alone in the dark can be pretty scary. But I love scary movies so not many scare me. I will say that I agree with the person who said Candyman - that was pretty scary and we would tease about saying Candyman 3 times but would never really get to the 3rd time .. "just in case" it really happened. *lol* My son wants to be a film maker when he gets older and he really wants to work on scary movies and bring back the thrill of them because they seem to have lost the 'scare' recently. Scary movies these days are really very boring and typical. We always know how they are going to end which isn't any fun. I can't wait for him to make a real scary movie again - in 10 years keep your eyes out :)
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@arunr175 (1679)
• India
1 Aug 12
I haven't seen a movie that has scared me, I haven't seen all the horror movies but I have seen most of the major horror movies but that hasn't scared me ...
• United States
28 Jan 07
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