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    ^Good call "The Pit and the Pendulum" was creepy as Hell.
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    I loved 'House of Wax'.. even though it was one of Price's more mainstream films, it gives me chills watching it today.

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    ^dead or alive, he's still numero uno in the Wold's Creepiest Voice category.
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    I think you'll like this then..

    http://www.thesoundofvincentprice.com/

    I'm oddly attracted to him.....

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    ^isn't everyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dixie Normos View Post
    ^isn't everyone?

    yes

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    I love Halloween and Jaws!!! Those movies terrified me when I was a kid.
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    ^ Same!

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    This scared me as a kid though it was made for t.v.


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    HAHA , I've never forgot about that little demon chasing Karen Black all over the house. That was a mean little M-F'r.

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    The scariest movies for me growing up:

    1. Alien
    2. The Howling
    3. Jeeper Creeper 1 & 2
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    OMG, that troll in Trilogy of Terror freaked me the hell out!!!! You know I still think about that little fucker from time to time.

    Jeepers Creepers was one of the first movies to actually scare me as an adult. There's this old shed off the side of the road in my neighborhood. I imagine that the Jeepers Creepers guy lives in there. It's way in the back of some fields. I always picture him running alongside my car getting ready to throw something at my tire to pop it...and subsequently eat me.

    Can you tell that I've been scarred by years of horror movies????

    I love 'em though!

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    Poltergeist- creeps me out on so many levels.

    The Shining- overdramatic. Made me raise my eyebrows but not unfold my crossed, judgemental arms. I'm a fan of the book. This wasn't scary at all.

    The Exorcist- I'd say more shocking than scary. A few weird things, then BAM! She's fucking herself with the cross! I don't know about you, but it made me sit up.

    The Ring- ridiculous. Not one bit scary. Very disappointed. If this is what scares people, they need to reaquaint themselves with fairy tales.

    I'd say The Descent is an uber horror, but not my cup of tea. I like horrors that mess with the reality, like Poltergeist for example (every time I watch it I think about ghosts) and it creeps me out. Also reading the Min-Pins by Roald Dahl at night scares me with the devil talk. But that's not a movie... yet.

    Return to Oz- now there's a horror!

    And Jeepers Creepers creeped the hell out of me until the monster revealed it's wings. What a fucking deal breaker. I was like "yay! Omg, unexplained creepiness, woo!" and then "oh no that's right it's the 21st century, it has to be fully explained".
    JP2 was creepy as well, but the movie wasn't as good. The black face licking the glass while staring at us is what creeped me out the most in that film.

    I was always scared by the first two Scream movies, especially the 2nd, and if I hadn't watched them in the Dawson's era and were watching them now I'd still be on edge the whole time. That damn villain was just everywhere, you could never relax.

    House of Wax was creepy, but not scary to me...

    Tex Chainsaw with Jessy Biel was absolutely awesome if you ask me, it was sick and twisted but also scary and backwardsy.

    OT slightly: There's this book out there called The Whitby Witches, by Robin Jarvis, and when I read it a decade ago it scared the hell out of me. I've always thought it would make a great movie, so I'm waiting until I'm 30 and then I'm buying the rights. lol

    Back on topic: Ghostbusters made me jump a few times, of course Sigourney on the couch with the arms and stuff, and also Peter McNicol's ghost with a pram walking across the sky gave me an eerie feeling. Must have been the musical queue right there. I'm remembering this all too well, lol.

    Alice in Wonderland (1985) was scary thanks to the Jabberwocky monster/Devil that popped up so randomly towards the end of the 1st part. I was like "aaargh!" as a child.

    I also watched Psycho again this year and enjoyed it more than a few years back, this time I actually noticed how creepy it was as somebody who already knows the secret, to think that it's Norman up in that window, and his voice... ugh, it really sends chills down your spine when you're watching it.

    There's so many more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by celeb_2006 View Post
    This scared me as a kid though it was made for t.v.


    OMG I remember that. That scared the crap out of me as a kid, especially the little African doll that came to kife and tried to kill her. I wonder whatever happened to Karen Black?
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    How in the hell did the Ring make it on that list?

    Halloween is a freaking masterpiece. It scared the crap out of me as a kid. I still love that it's more of a mental terror than seeing blood splashed everywhere. Hell, those Michael Meyers masks they sell at Halloween still freak me out.

    The first Scream was a great movie too. The opening scene was brilliant.

    I saw the Exorcist later in life. My parents saw it when it came out and said it scared the crap out of both of them. By the time I saw it, I was in my late 20s so it wasn't so scary to me. Good work, excellent movie but not scary. Now, the Omen always has and always will freak me out. I can't even watch that movie any more. I feel like I'm letting evil into my soul. LOL
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