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    There were 2 Doctor who episodes which were extremely scary. The names of the episodes were, The Time of Angels and Flesh and Stone.

    Watch those, you wouldn't regret it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    There were 2 Doctor who episodes which were extremely scary. The names of the episodes were, The Time of Angels and Flesh and Stone.

    Watch those, you wouldn't regret it.
    For some reason I thought those two episodes were less effective than "Blink" (newness factor, maybe?). The creepiest Doctor Who for me was the gas mask two-parter. I absolutely loved them!
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    Just thought of something: the second monster in Pan's Labyrinth. I felt like screaming and running out of the movie theater
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21% View Post
    Just thought of something: the second monster in Pan's Labyrinth. I felt like screaming and running out of the movie theater
    The guy with eyes on his hands? He was pretty creepy. But in my opinion, her dad was a more terrifying monster than anything else in that movie.

    ... *shudder*
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    The guy with eyes on his hands? He was pretty creepy.
    The Pale Man. Yeah, he's awesome.

    But in my opinion, her dad was a more terrifying monster than anything else in that movie.
    ... *shudder*
    The scene with the two peasants who claimed to be hunting rabbits sticks in my mind; I don't think I've ever gotten over the brutality of that scene.

    What's funny is that I've read the actor who played the dictator is known for comedic roles in his native country. This was truly a departure for him. His depiction was chilling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    The subway chase was the best, as was the demise of Lizzy Caplan's character.

    Speaking of spiders... the entire movie Arachnophobia was one long creep-out fest. I had my feet off the floor most of the movie.

    I also remember that scene in the bedroom with the two boys in Something Wicked This Way Comes with the spiders.... GET IT OFF ME!
    Were you scared of Eight Legged Freaks, as well?

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    I'm afraid of everything lol.

    I saw the exorcist back in 2000 in a theater with friends. I spent the whole movie with my sweater over my head, but my eyes open... So basically I still saw the whole thing. I was jumpy for months.

    I am legend... Wtf. I was not expecting that to be scary. Not cool!

    Silence of the lambs.... The night vision scene.

    Paranormal activity... The trailers did me in, and then I watched the ending. What is wrong with me?!

    Para activity 2..... Watched the trailers over and over with an INFJ from work.... We were both jumpy and freaked out for weeks. (yeah something is wrong with me.)

    Also for the record, spiders are scary irl. That is all. I think I've blocked my mind from other films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    Were you scared of Eight Legged Freaks, as well?
    I sure didn't like them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Paranormal activity... The trailers did me in, and then I watched the ending. What is wrong with me?!
    It's just not the same unless you're watching it alone, in a dark house, by yourself. Then it's awesome!

    Did you fall off the sofa at the end? My skin was crawling so bad... It was great. (Although nothing beats the dragging scene.)
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    This scene from Hellraiser II: Hell bound still gets to me. The thought of having a bad hallucination / bad trip and overreacting to it is a gruesome way via self mutilation is always a disturbing thought.
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