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    No other movie has scared me half as much as the original Carrie did when I was eleven. Carrie's cold, rage-filled psycho-eyes and the last scene with Carrie and her mom were particularly disturbing to me. I remember sleeping fitfully and having nightmares after I watched it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by underwaterthing View Post
    No other movie has scared me half as much as the original Carrie did when I was eleven. Carrie's cold, rage-filled psycho-eyes and the last scene with Carrie and her mom were particularly disturbing to me. I remember sleeping fitfully and having nightmares after I watched it.
    Same here - plus, that cross of Jesus in the movie always freaked me out.
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    Insidious - I was 15 but I couldn't sleept for 2 days after seeing this at the cinema.
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    Default Re: Movies That Still Scared You Weeks After Viewing

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    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.
    Yup, I do know that that was little Johnny. And yes, I've seen a good amount of horror movies in my life and this one haunts me to this day.
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    I love horror movies -- not gore, but stuff that scares and unnerves me. The Exorcist actually never did much for me, that way, unfortunately. However, stuff that involves "scares in the dark" can get to me.

    - Cloverfield
    - Quarantine
    - The Conjuring
    - Paranormal Activity
    - Sinister
    - Insidious
    - The Grudge
    - Mama

    I mean, basically you don't know what's there. Sometimes i can deal just fine with the dark; other times I just want to curl up and not move lest something find me. It's the stuff my brain makes up when I CAN'T see that gets to me. Which kind of leads to this next bit:

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    ... the only movie that's ever put that much fear into me was Jaws. For weeks after watching Jaws I hated to be in any bodies of water the size of a public swimming pool or larger. It's not that I didn't go swimming, but when I did go swimming or wading it was accompanied by this really spooky feeling like something dangerous was lurking in the water. No other movie has had that much effect on me after age 12.
    I still don't like swimming in water so deep or murky I can't see what's in there. If it's a swimming pool or quarry, fine (because the water is usually clear); but I hate the ocean if the water is not very very clear. It's not quite my phobia of spiders, but it's definitely one of my top few "freak out" feelings. Jaws wasn't necessarily the direct cause of that, but it sure did not help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I love horror movies -- not gore, but stuff that scares and unnerves me. The Exorcist actually never did much for me, that way, unfortunately. However, stuff that involves "scares in the dark" can get to me.

    - Cloverfield
    - Quarantine
    - The Conjuring
    - Paranormal Activity
    - Sinister
    - Insidious
    - The Grudge
    - Mama
    Wow, damn good list. Sinister, Insidious, Mama, fairly obscure IMO. That opening scene in Sinister sent chills up my spine. I'm creeped out just thinking about it now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    But the only movie that's ever put that much fear into me was Jaws. For weeks after watching Jaws I hated to be in any bodies of water the size of a public swimming pool or larger. It's not that I didn't go swimming, but when I did go swimming or wading it was accompanied by this really spooky feeling like something dangerous was lurking in the water. No other movie has had that much effect on me after age 12.
    I can't remember if it was Jaws I or II that had the scene where the head or torso floats up to the glass. I know there's a scene similar in Jaws I where the head floats while he's scuba diving, but I wanna say this behind some looking glass.

    One of my teachers said that when Jaws came out, it was actually a serious problem for tourism. People really did not go in the water. He said him and his friend were a little freaked but did anyway somewhere in California. And within 5 minutes, a dorsel fin brushed up against his friend. They freaked the living fuck out and went ashore. He says he didn't know if it was a shark or dolphin, but still.

    From when I was a kid, it wasn't whole movies as much as it was certain scenes. Like the floating head in Jaws, or pretty much any rotting face that was well done.

    I had this weird fear of skulls. I specifically remember having a nightmare as a kid from, haha, The Burbs. When the trunk pops open and all those bloody skulls were there.

    Recent movies, Insidious and Sinister were unique, The Woman (You've been warned) and.......shit I actually hesitate to even mention it.....Martyrs. Don't see it, it's well done but absolutely wretched. The bastards tricked me cuz it starts off like a super fucked up revenge horror movie, and then kind of turns into torture porn. Ugh, and I hate that shit, but I had to finish it.
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    movies that scared the bejesus out of me when they came out:

    1 Event Horizon
    2 Blair Witch Project
    3 Re-Animator
    4 Night of the Demons

    If you're wondering what the heck is "Event Horizon", here is an article from a horror movie fansite: The Unseen: 'Event Horizon' | News Article | FEARNET
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eluded_One View Post
    movies that scared the bejesus out of me when they came out:

    1 Event Horizon


    If you're wondering what the heck is "Event Horizon", here is an article from a horror movie fansite: The Unseen: 'Event Horizon' | News Article | FEARNET
    Strangely enough, whenever I mention that movie, most people have never even heard of it.

    I agree though, first time I saw it, I was pretty high, and probably shouldn't have been.

    Just the whole story itself is awesome. A ship powered by a man-made blackhole that bends time-space, ends up in a dimension of pure evil. "Hell is only a word."
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyyukon View Post
    Strangely enough, whenever I mention that movie, most people have never even heard of it.

    I agree though, first time I saw it, I was pretty high, and probably shouldn't have been.

    Just the whole story itself is awesome. A ship powered by a man-made blackhole that bends time-space, ends up in a dimension of pure evil. "Hell is only a word."
    I rarely find movies that are disturbing on every level. The imagery of hell as a dimension where the residents are gutting each other and pulling their eyes out with their bare hands and enjoying it, well, that's what I call horror.
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