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    The Exorcist was based on the account of what happened Robbie Manheim, took place in Maryland in the 40's. Blatty heard about the story when he was a student at Georgetown.

    It's a pretty interesting story if you like these type things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctora Pepper View Post
    This site I found a while ago compares the movie version with the real life case. Emily Rose True Story of Anneliese Michel Exorcism - Real Story
    I've read about that case. I think she was mentally ill. She suffered from Epilepsy and probably Schizophrenia. The Church enabled her belief that she was possessed and did nothing to help her real illness. She died of starvation and dehydration due to the exorcisms. The priest, a pastor and her parents were found guilty of negligent homicide.

    The Exorcist was based on a exorcism involving a 13 year old boy in Maryland 1949.

    The Movie Story: A pair of priests attempt to exorcise a demon that has possessed a 12-year-old girl living in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC. The Real Story: William Peter Blatty, screenwriter and author of the novel The Exorcist, was inspired by an article he read in college at Georgetown University about an exorcism performed on a 13-year-old boy in Mount Rainier, Maryland in 1949. The story's details have been muddled through the years -- perhaps intentionally so, in order to protect the family -- but the boy's actual home lay in Cottage City, Maryland, and the exorcism was performed in St. Louis. Evidence points to the boy's behavior not being nearly as outrageous or supernatural as was portrayed in the film.

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    The Descent was absolutely terrifying to me. Very disappointed in the sequel...they should have left perfection alone.

    The scene at the end, where the lamp goes out, and she is stuck in the caves. *shudders*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flak View Post
    The Descent was absolutely terrifying to me. Very disappointed in the sequel...they should have left perfection alone.

    The scene at the end, where the lamp goes out, and she is stuck in the caves. *shudders*
    Wasn't the Descent 2 just utter crap? It was essentially the first movie, but with a horrible, stupid, inexplicable ending. Who was that old guy? Why did he do that? I guess they're priming us for 3.


    I guess the best horror movie I've seen recently is The Collector. Not for the squeamish though. It's so rare to find a really good horror flick.

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    THe Haunting----1960s version. Far superior to the CZJ version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stef View Post
    stephen king's "it".
    i remember i watched it alone when my parents were away when i was about 8/9/10 and i couldn't sleep for about a year. just thinking about it gives me goosebumps. me and my friend also watched "the exorcist" when we were 11 i think, but it didn't scare me that much. (i know, we started early. )

    i also thought "blair witch project" and "paranormal activity" were pretty scary.
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    The Omen scared the shizzle out of me. That damn tricycle, the noise, knowing he was going to kill his mom if he could. Same thing with the big wheels and Mikey in The Shining. The scene in the Exorcist with that Regan coming down those stairs like a crab in a back bend crawls all over me.

    But the movie that scared me the most and stuck with me the longest... The Entity... this ghost/demon thing stalks/follows this woman, if the woman moved, the demon moved with her... and it FUCKED her! I mean, throw her up on the ceiling and rape the shit out of her. And the reason it scared me so bad was A) it was in Texas and B) when the damn movie was going off, it says "this movie is based on actual events, though attacks are now less frequent and less violent" or some such shit, really fucked with my head.
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    I love scary movies so I don't usually get really scared, but when I was a kid the movie When a Stranger Calls (the original) scared the crap out of me. I would not babysit after watching that one.
    I still to this day, watch the original Halloween movies, except part 3, which had nothing to do the Michael Myers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    I love scary movies so I don't usually get really scared, but when I was a kid the movie When a Stranger Calls (the original) scared the crap out of me. I would not babysit after watching that one.
    I still to this day, watch the original Halloween movies, except part 3, which had nothing to do the Michael Myers.
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    This movie called "Dolls". Only reason it scared me shitless is because I just happened to be watching it for the first time in a room with many of these sort of dolls... at night, only one awake in the house, and at the age of like 10. So for like, years, I would always get piss your pants scared when being in that room at night with those goddamn dolls...thankfully it was not my bedroom at home but at my grandmothers house.
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    'The Human Centipede'
    plse don't waste one minute on this, ....it's violently disgusting. Dieter Laser is much scarier than Freddy Kruger.
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    Dead & Buried from the early 80's was a great scary flick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonjaLasagna View Post
    'The Human Centipede'
    plse don't waste one minute on this, ....it's violently disgusting. Dieter Laser is much scarier than Freddy Kruger.
    God, I knew it from the trailer alone. So gross, doesn't even strike me as scary, just nasty and depraved. My husband really wants to see it precisely because it's so disgusting. I told him he's going alone.

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    The Zuni fetish doll from Trilogy of Terror (1975) scared the crap out of me as a little kid....




    The Shining has always creeped me out. Definitely my favorite horror movie of all time, it never gets old.



    Candyman (1992) scared me pretty bad when it came out... Tony Todd is hot, by the way.



    The best recent horror movie I've seen is Quarantine. Truly terrifying and brilliantly made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mel1973 View Post
    "Why haven't you checked the children?"
    That's why I wouldn't babysit, I certainly was not going to "check the children"

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    wow you guys have came up with some great movies!! i have viewed some trailers they look pretty scary i want to watch a movie with my fiancee tonight but im not sure which one to pick lol.

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