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    Default Movies That Still Scared You Weeks After Viewing

    I'm talking about scary movies you saw when you were old enough to know the difference between movie and reality. Before around age 10 or 11, it's hard for children to distinguish between fantasy and reality so they are more readily affected. I saw this ad for some scary movie which claimed it will disturb your sleep for weeks after viewing it. 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.
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    Schindler's list.
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    American Tail

    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...
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    I first watched the Exorcist alone in my room when I was a teenager. I don't recall being utterly mortified, though it was sufficiently scary. Overall, it's a frightening horror movie worthy of its reputation, despite the more cheesy elements. To this day, I still get creeped out when I see this picture. It's so...diabolical.



    I think they should edit the original film like they did with Star Wars. Remove the silly scene where her head turns all the way around and possibly a few other cheesy scenes that I don't recall. Alter the voice to sound deeper, more menacing and less European; after all, the story took place in the US. Much like Darth Vader's voice, it's kind've hard to take possessed Regan's voice seriously. Still...I think it's one of the best horror movies of all time!
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    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. And that scene where the Freddy's tongue stuck out from the phone and licked Nancy's face. I am scared right now thinking about those scenes!
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    M. Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender, a truly horrific movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet View Post
    I first watched the Exorcist alone in my room when I was a teenager. I don't recall being utterly mortified, though it was sufficiently scary. Overall, it's a frightening horror movie worthy of its reputation, despite the more cheesy elements. To this day, I still get creeped out when I see this picture. It's so...diabolical.



    I think they should edit the original film like they did with Star Wars. Remove the silly scene where her head turns all the way around and possibly a few other cheesy scenes that I don't recall. Alter the voice to sound deeper, more menacing and less European; after all, the story took place in the US. Much like Darth Vader's voice, it's kind've hard to take possessed Regan's voice seriously. Still...I think it's one of the best horror movies of all time!
    between the ages of 8 and 10 on several occasions I would turn on the exorcist and inevitably my brother would come in and refuse to let me watch it. of course when I was those ages I had constant nightmares.
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    Child's Play 1 & Candyman

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    Is it normal for a man in his mid twenties to still be occasionally afraid of the dark and imagine about ghosts?
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