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Old May 18th, 2009, 10:48 AM   51
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Love love love horror films.


Hostel 1 and 2....so gross and so funny.

Saw - Only 1 and 2 were good though.

Wolf Creek - scared the sh*t out of me

Eden Lake - found that disturbing, as you could see that really happening

The Strangers - anyone wearing a mask always scares me.

The Descent - I have claustrophia and this film really made me jump.


Like a lot of the older ones as well

Wickerman
Rosemary's Baby
The Exorcist
It
Texas Chain Saw Massacre
Halloween
Carrie


OH never watched them before he moved in with me, he has to endure now.
I hated but loved Eden Lake, one of the few movies to really get under my skin!



 
Old May 18th, 2009, 12:32 PM   52
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Love love love horror films.


Hostel 1 and 2....so gross and so funny.

Saw - Only 1 and 2 were good though.

Wolf Creek - scared the sh*t out of me

Eden Lake - found that disturbing, as you could see that really happening

The Strangers - anyone wearing a mask always scares me.

The Descent - I have claustrophia and this film really made me jump.


Like a lot of the older ones as well

Wickerman
Rosemary's Baby
The Exorcist
It
Texas Chain Saw Massacre
Halloween
Carrie


OH never watched them before he moved in with me, he has to endure now.
I hated but loved Eden Lake, one of the few movies to really get under my skin!
Yes I know what you mean. That little lad, the one that was in This Is England, what a good little actor he is.



 
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Old May 18th, 2009, 23:12 PM   53
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Donnie Darko was a bit creepy.. with the big bunny dude.. but a good movie!! Not really scary, just a creepy bunny thing!



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Old May 19th, 2009, 03:27 AM   54
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Even though I don't like horror's, I was disappoined that Candyman wasn't real LOL.. Hellraiser I don't class as a horror, its funny. As for nightmare on elm street, I get creeped out just looking at the dvd case let alone watch the movie



 
Old May 19th, 2009, 06:19 AM   55
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House on Haunted Hill scares the crap out of me.
me 2 i hate that film would neva watch it again



 
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Old May 19th, 2009, 14:04 PM   56
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I just ordered wolf creek, the Amityville horror, Wicker man, House on haunted hill, Silent hill and welcome to the jungle



 
Old May 19th, 2009, 14:10 PM   57
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I HATE The Grudge, the noise scares the shit outta me (You know, the strangled no-breath kinda noise)

Also i didnt like Mirrors or Gothika, im a wimp

OMG I HATEEEEEE that noise! It scares the shit outta me. My OH likes to be a dick and make that noise bcause he knows I dont like it lol

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I looooooooooooove horror movies, even as a kid that was all i wanted to watch

Only thing that creeps me out is the puppet from Saw ... i had a dream that he rode up to me on his tricycle thing and told me it was my turn to play a game. eeeek!! I love all of the Saw films!!

I hated Blair witch .. the hand held cam style made me feel sick the way it wobbles about all the time

Nightmare on Elm St are my all time favourites .. i even have a big talking Freddy Kreuger doll in the loft. Oh and i have a good guy doll (Chucky) up there too

I hate chucky and that puppet out of saw too. Hes really freaky but saying that I do loveeee Saw films...even if it is gory

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The based on true stories films scare me so much
eg.
The Strangers,
The Amityville Horror,
A Haunting in Conneticut

gosh there are loads

I hate the strangers aswell....whats with the masks?! No thanks lol x x x



 
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I just ordered wolf creek, the Amityville horror, Wicker man, House on haunted hill, Silent hill and welcome to the jungle

Don't have nightmares..........



 
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Old May 20th, 2009, 05:29 AM   59
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Don't get creeped out easily.. Though the security camera scene in Ju-on creeped me the hell out! Some scenes in Fragile creeped me out too.

Another film that isnt horror genre per-se but still left me uncomfortable and creeped out was White Noise.

I think the trouble with alot of horror movies are they are predictable, can predict when something is going to pop out. I think Japanese horror is much better than western horror on the most part. Grittier and more surprising.



 
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Old May 20th, 2009, 05:36 AM   60
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Yes I like Japanese horror films. The Japanese (original) version of The Eye, was so much better.



 
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