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    Oh, I tried to watch The Possession on NetFlix and only made it about ten minutes before dropping it -- I was laughing through much of it / was bored.

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    Sober?? See that's your problem.
    If it wanted me drunk, it should have come with a peel-off coupon (like for upcoming cinema releases) except being $8 off a bottle of Jack Daniels instead!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Oh, I tried to watch The Possession on NetFlix and only made it about ten minutes before dropping it -- I was laughing through much of it / was bored.



    If it wanted me drunk, it should have come with a peel-off coupon (like for upcoming cinema releases) except being $8 off a bottle of Jack Daniels instead!
    So one pro tip, if a scary movie just doesn't seem that scary, eat a lot of acid alone, and your extreme paranoia and hallucinations will make it a far more fun experience!
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    One that always scared me was Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1970s version with Donald Sutherland). I was scared of Mom's plants for weeks. And to this day, I've never heard anything like that screech from any movie, anywhere. I even saw the movie again in my 20s, and it still scared me. But then, I'm a lightweight.

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    I can think of no example of a movie that frightened me for a week's time in my adulthood. I find horror films to be a very lame genre and I've hardly bothered paying any attention to them for years now.

    The closest I can get to saying there is a movie that scared me for a prolonged time would be some film that drilled itself into my subconscious and made its way into my nightmares. By that measure, the answer would be Alien and Aliens. Those aliens have been in my dreams so many times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    The closest I can get to saying there is a movie that scared me for a prolonged time would be some film that drilled itself into my subconscious and made its way into my nightmares. By that measure, the answer would be Alien and Aliens. Those aliens have been in my dreams so many times.



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    The scariest movie I ever watched was Silence of the Lambs, but its fear factor quickly wore off. About all I had afterwards was a fear that someone was going to eat me, which I had anyway, thanks to my grandmother watching the news and Court TV all the time. The movie that really worked its fear-instilling tendrils into me was Stephen King's It (the book's way better). Tim Curry as Pennywise the Dancing Clown is the most terrifying villain I've ever encountered, and to this day, he still appears in my nightmares from time to time.
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    Images or atmospheric tones scare me more than a film in its entirety, so most horror films technically do their job of frightening me, but the only film I can recall that scared me weeks (now years) after viewing is the original 1988 version of The Vanishing.

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    The Pale Man from Pan's Labyrinth still scares the bejesus out of me. Even though I know that it's Doug Jones under that makeup, and he's one of the sweetest guys alive.
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    I don't know if I mentioned the opening scene in Cube. THAT image still hangs with me; it's on par with the crazy stuff from early Hellraiser (like the guy being torn to pieces in the opener and later, by all the hooks and chains).

    Quote Originally Posted by windoverlake View Post
    Images or atmospheric tones scare me more than a film in its entirety, so most horror films technically do their job of frightening me, but the only film I can recall that scared me weeks (now years) after viewing is the original 1988 version of The Vanishing.
    I didn't see the American remake (didn't want to, after I heard about the ending change)... but I did see the original 1988 version. So yeah -- I'm with you there.
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