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    Quote Originally Posted by 21% View Post
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    I don't even remember much of the it, but I remembered that the stormy ocean looked very scary and evil when they were on the ship, so I never went swimming after dark again. Must have been very young...
    Perhaps. But in the OP I specified being old enough to know the difference between fantasy and reality. Of course I was scared shitless for weeks or even years by some things I saw on TV when I was 6 years old. But that doesn't count, I wasn't old enough to avoid being affected by it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arctic Hysteria View Post
    It has to be A Nightmare On Elm Street.
    It still scared me YEARS after viewing, not just weeks. That scene with the body bag dragging along the school hall. And that scene when the kid got sucked into the bed and blood erupted from the same spot all over the ceiling...
    You know who "the kid" was, don't you?
    Johnny Depp. <-- that's what REALLY makes that scene a classic.

    Anyway, I agree. That movie is a classic, and one of the worst parts is that it blurs reality and dream together so well that you can't be sure what's real. You're always wondering whether what you think is real is actually a dream. So even when you're safe, you feel in danger.
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    Amityville Horror - ugh, pleeease tell me we don't have a hell portal here.

    Psycho - i'm so vulnerable when i shower. fuck. what was that noise?

    Twister (haha, totally serious.) - damn, tornadoes! you scary.
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    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
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    Saw III when I was 9 years old, I wasn't scared to tears, but I was paranoid that Amanda Young with the pig mask would jump out of every obstacle I walked past. Billy the Puppet also creeped me out, at the same time I actually liked the creepiness of the pig mask and Billy the Puppet, just like I did with the atmosphere of the Silent Hill videogames. I've always been fascinated by things that are scary in that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    Saw III when I was 9 years old, I wasn't scared to tears, but I was paranoid that Amanda Young with the pig mask would jump out of every obstacle I walked past. Billy the Puppet also creeped me out, at the same time I actually liked the creepiness of the pig mask and Billy the Puppet, just like I did with the atmosphere of the Silent Hill videogames. I've always been fascinated by things that are scary in that way.
    Do you have any examples from a time when you knew the difference between fantasy and reality?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Do you have any examples from a time when you knew the difference between fantasy and reality?
    I did when I was 9. Well, now that I think about it I suppose the paranoia proves I didn't, sorry.

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    None, really. I was raised with a kind of fantastical world-view, I was taught there were real evil things waiting to take advantage of us. I was more afraid of that than something in the movies. My fears are still more about the world I live in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    I did when I was 9. Well, now that I think about it I suppose the paranoia proves I didn't, sorry.
    Not necessarily. But to be fair, the age of reality/fantasy discrimination is controversial and occurs in piecemeal fashion. I wouldn't point to the average age at which children stop believing in Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy as proof. But if you yourself were that brilliant at the age of 9, then so be it.
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