#1 Edited by Friorey (109 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm looking for some scary movies , you know the type that wont make you sleep at night , so suggest me some scary movies that made you sh!t your pants.

#2 Posted by Crom-Cruach (8869 posts) - - Show Bio

I can't think of a single movie that scarred me. But John Carpenter's the thing is good.

#3 Posted by JetiiMitra (8666 posts) - - Show Bio

The Brave Little Toaster

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#5 Edited by Edamame (28194 posts) - - Show Bio

Sinister, Insidious and all of the Paranormal Activity films.

#6 Posted by kgb725 (6440 posts) - - Show Bio

The Fly remake was scary because of the makeup and the last movie to scare me even though I was young at the time

#7 Edited by Icarusflies (12503 posts) - - Show Bio

The Thing

Ju-On (the whole series)

White (a Korean movie)

Absentia

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#8 Edited by silkyballfro94 (1772 posts) - - Show Bio

Event Horizon, The Orphanage, The Exorcist, The Sixth Sense, and The Devil's Backbone are some guaranteed to keep you awake. Just make sure to watch them late at night with the lights off and by yourself : )

Oh yeah I forgot The Blair Witch Project!

#9 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18182 posts) - - Show Bio

Halloween (original)

#10 Posted by DoomDoomDoom (4249 posts) - - Show Bio

Event Horizon, The Orphanage, The Exorcist, The Sixth Sense, and The Devil's Backbone are some guaranteed to keep you awake. Just make sure to watch them late at night with the lights off and by yourself : )

Oh yeah I forgot The Blair Witch Project!

I've seen quite a few horror movies and none of them have really got me with the exception of Event Horizon, there is like a 4 second scene that will forever be etched into my memory. Other than that the movie wasn't scary.

#11 Posted by Friorey (109 posts) - - Show Bio

@mitran: that's too scary , even for me.

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#13 Posted by Ostyo (8251 posts) - - Show Bio

@edamame: Buhahahaha, no...

Batman&Robin is far scarier.

#14 Posted by Bruxae (13984 posts) - - Show Bio

The House By The Cemetary, one of very few movies that still creeps me out.

#15 Edited by The Stegman (24641 posts) - - Show Bio

There's a lot of good horror movies, but none actually scared me. Except Paranormal Activity

#16 Edited by TDK_1997 (14900 posts) - - Show Bio

Sinister is the only one that comes to my mind.

#17 Posted by Ostyo (8251 posts) - - Show Bio

@icarusflies: Noooo, keep Kayako away from me! D:

@The Stegman: Seriously?

#18 Posted by martyyy15 (1223 posts) - - Show Bio

Grave encounters 1 ( don't watch 2 its not as good). But this movie is legit creepy, very good movie. Its a found footage type, but its pretty good. Also the ring 1 is good

#19 Posted by tparks (5000 posts) - - Show Bio

@silkyballfro94 said:

Event Horizon, The Orphanage, The Exorcist, The Sixth Sense, and The Devil's Backbone are some guaranteed to keep you awake. Just make sure to watch them late at night with the lights off and by yourself : )

Oh yeah I forgot The Blair Witch Project!

I've seen quite a few horror movies and none of them have really got me with the exception of Event Horizon, there is like a 4 second scene that will forever be etched into my memory. Other than that the movie wasn't scary.

This is the exact same thing for me. Is it the part where the main character has flashbacks of his wife committing suicide and her eyes turn big and creepy? Because that is still etched in my brain.

#20 Posted by Edamame (28194 posts) - - Show Bio
@tdk_1997 said:

Sinister is the only one that comes to my mind.

I'm glad that I am not the only one who thinks this. lol

@ostyo said:

@edamame: Buhahahaha, no...

Batman&Robin is far scarier.

lol Good point! :)

#21 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (5894 posts) - - Show Bio

The Shining and Carrie (the original 1970s version)

#22 Posted by Deadite (24209 posts) - - Show Bio

Scary enough that it's nolonger an entertainment? The Poughkeepsie Tape. Watch it and prepare to be paranoid for the next two weeks of your life.

#23 Edited by Hel (487 posts) - - Show Bio

Nattevagten is pretty creepy, at least to me. The Danish original that is, haven`t seen Nightwatch

#24 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18182 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

Scary enough that it's nolonger an entertainment? The Poughkeepsie Tape. Watch it and prepare to be paranoid for the next two weeks of your life.

Ha really?

#25 Posted by Batman242 (4860 posts) - - Show Bio

@edamame said:

Sinister, Insidious and all of the Paranormal Activity films.

I loved Insidious.:)

I gotta go with 'It'

#26 Posted by Edamame (28194 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

Scary enough that it's nolonger an entertainment? The Poughkeepsie Tape. Watch it and prepare to be paranoid for the next two weeks of your life.

Ha really?

Yeah, it is pretty scary. I think it happened in real life, actually.

@edamame said:

Sinister, Insidious and all of the Paranormal Activity films.

I loved Insidious.:)

Indeed. It was scary. Do you remember the scenes in which "Darth Maul" (lol) randomly appeared behind someone at the table or when you could see "Darth Maul" walking on the deck outside of the window? That was scary. lol

Did you see Sinister yet?

#27 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18182 posts) - - Show Bio

@edamame: Some of it is based off of what in actual murders. But I don't think its a true story.

#28 Posted by Batman242 (4860 posts) - - Show Bio
@edamame said:
@batman242 said:

@edamame said:

Sinister, Insidious and all of the Paranormal Activity films.

I loved Insidious.:)

Indeed. It was scary. Do you remember the scenes in which "Darth Maul" (lol) randomly appeared behind someone at the table or when you could see "Darth Maul" walking on the deck outside of the window? That was scary. lol

Did you see Sinister yet?

"Darth Maul" lol. That's all I thought about when I saw him. My brother (older than me by 3 years) screamed like a little girl when he saw him. I died laughing. The one when the guy was walking outside was even funnier because my brother screamed like a little girl and jumped up xD. It was a scary movie, yea, but all I could do was laugh at my brother lol.

Sinister... I think I have. The one with the kid that just unfolds out the box and the dad has a nosebleed in the backyard?

#29 Posted by FreddyVsJason (5 posts) - - Show Bio

Child's Play, A Nightmare On Elm Street ( the original ), Friday The 13th..etc there are alot... IT.. I could go on all day.

#30 Edited by nerdork (4038 posts) - - Show Bio

@freddyvsjason: No offense, Child's Play is exactly that...for children. It's more laughs than screams. But, the others are great, not too scary, but great.

@mitran said:

The Brave Little Toaster

Absolutely chilling.

#31 Edited by nerdork (4038 posts) - - Show Bio

@doomdoomdoom said:

I've seen quite a few horror movies and none of them have really got me with the exception of Event Horizon, there is like a 4 second scene that will forever be etched into my memory. Other than that the movie wasn't scary.

Are you refering to when the crew is able to display the ship's video log? If you are...then yes, I will never forget that scene either.

#32 Posted by The Stegman (24641 posts) - - Show Bio

@ostyo: Yes, Paranormal Activity is the only film to keep me up at night.

#33 Posted by DoomDoomDoom (4249 posts) - - Show Bio

@nerdork said:

@doomdoomdoom said:

I've seen quite a few horror movies and none of them have really got me with the exception of Event Horizon, there is like a 4 second scene that will forever be etched into my memory. Other than that the movie wasn't scary.

Are you refering to when the crew is able to display the ship's video log? If you are...then yes, I will never forget that scene either.

YES!

#34 Posted by Ostyo (8251 posts) - - Show Bio
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@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

Scary enough that it's nolonger an entertainment? The Poughkeepsie Tape. Watch it and prepare to be paranoid for the next two weeks of your life.

Ha really?

I didn't recommended it to you or anyone for that matter because I didn't want to /: They made it as real and convincing as they can possibly managed. Everything normal people wouldn't want to see explained, they explained it. It's unnecessary. I ended up having to google it to see if the tape is actually... Anyway, I wouldn't be shocked if you're convinced it's real after watching it if nobody had ever told you otherwise, or you never googled it.

#36 Posted by kuonphobos (4898 posts) - - Show Bio

@nerdork said:

@doomdoomdoom said:

I've seen quite a few horror movies and none of them have really got me with the exception of Event Horizon, there is like a 4 second scene that will forever be etched into my memory. Other than that the movie wasn't scary.

Are you refering to when the crew is able to display the ship's video log? If you are...then yes, I will never forget that scene either.

YES!

I agree with this.

The Exorcist is the only film that sustained fear for me.

There are a few torture-porn type films that are squirm inducing like Hostel and The Devil's Rejects or A Serbian Film (which I couldn't finish) which are more horrific for their violence and not necessarily any true traditional "horror". But one man's trash is another man's treasure.

#37 Posted by DoomDoomDoom (4249 posts) - - Show Bio

@doomdoomdoom said:

@nerdork said:

@doomdoomdoom said:

I've seen quite a few horror movies and none of them have really got me with the exception of Event Horizon, there is like a 4 second scene that will forever be etched into my memory. Other than that the movie wasn't scary.

Are you refering to when the crew is able to display the ship's video log? If you are...then yes, I will never forget that scene either.

YES!

I agree with this.

The Exorcist is the only film that sustained fear for me.

There are a few torture-porn type films that are squirm inducing like Hostel and The Devil's Rejects or A Serbian Film (which I couldn't finish) which are more horrific for their violence and not necessarily any true traditional "horror". But one man's trash is another man's treasure.

In ranks with the three you mentioned I would like to toss in Salo(120 Days of Sodom). While not a traditional horror film by any means it is one of the most revolting films I've ever seen. I read the text when I was in college and it was pretty gruesome. However, seeing it unfold before your eyes is brutal. It's the only film that has every made me feel physically ill. I find Salo, while less visceral than the likes of August Underground, by far the most disturbing film ever made.

#38 Edited by The Stegman (24641 posts) - - Show Bio

@ostyo: It was so subtle and realistic, I could see it happening. I went home, and my imagination went wild. Every creak or thud make me nervous.

#39 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18182 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

Scary enough that it's nolonger an entertainment? The Poughkeepsie Tape. Watch it and prepare to be paranoid for the next two weeks of your life.

Ha really?

I didn't recommended it to you or anyone for that matter because I didn't want to /: They made it as real and convincing as they can possibly managed. Everything normal people wouldn't want to see explained, they explained it. It's unnecessary. I ended up having to google it to see if the tape is actually... Anyway, I wouldn't be shocked if you're convinced it's real after watching it if nobody had ever told you otherwise, or you never googled it.

It sounds quite fascinating, I really do think I am going to have give it a go. Why did you find it so scary? Was it because it came across as been so vivid and real?

#40 Posted by Ostyo (8251 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_stegman: Haha, I remember getting that type of feeling as a kid watching scary movies alone in the dark. xD

#41 Edited by Deadite (24209 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

Scary enough that it's nolonger an entertainment? The Poughkeepsie Tape. Watch it and prepare to be paranoid for the next two weeks of your life.

Ha really?

I didn't recommended it to you or anyone for that matter because I didn't want to /: They made it as real and convincing as they can possibly managed. Everything normal people wouldn't want to see explained, they explained it. It's unnecessary. I ended up having to google it to see if the tape is actually... Anyway, I wouldn't be shocked if you're convinced it's real after watching it if nobody had ever told you otherwise, or you never googled it.

It sounds quite fascinating, I really do think I am going to have give it a go. Why did you find it so scary? Was it because it came across as been so vivid and real?

Partly because I was so upset for being tricked into believing it's real. I was really concerned and afraid for the victims. The whole movie constantly threatens the viewer with a dark cloud and that is: it can happen to ANYONE. The sick part is, I still kinda believe it could happen. And there's nothing telling me otherwise.

It's on Youtube, by the way.

#42 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (18182 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

Scary enough that it's nolonger an entertainment? The Poughkeepsie Tape. Watch it and prepare to be paranoid for the next two weeks of your life.

Ha really?

I didn't recommended it to you or anyone for that matter because I didn't want to /: They made it as real and convincing as they can possibly managed. Everything normal people wouldn't want to see explained, they explained it. It's unnecessary. I ended up having to google it to see if the tape is actually... Anyway, I wouldn't be shocked if you're convinced it's real after watching it if nobody had ever told you otherwise, or you never googled it.

It sounds quite fascinating, I really do think I am going to have give it a go. Why did you find it so scary? Was it because it came across as been so vivid and real?

Partly because I was so upset for being tricked into believing it's real. I was really concerned and afraid for the victims. The whole movie constantly threatens the viewer with a dark cloud and that is: it can happened to ANYONE. The sick part is, I still kinda believe it could happen. And there's nothing telling me otherwise.

It's on Youtube, by the way.

Wow. I am really curious about this film now. I am sorry that you thought what you were watching was real, watching something real and fictional makes everything different. When you are actually under the impression, and have been specifically duped into thinking what you are watching is real, its not entertainment anymore. The line between fiction and reality is a very important one.

It is? Ha ha that is no surprise considering A Serbian Film was still up last time I checked.

#43 Posted by Deadite (24209 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

Scary enough that it's nolonger an entertainment? The Poughkeepsie Tape. Watch it and prepare to be paranoid for the next two weeks of your life.

Ha really?

I didn't recommended it to you or anyone for that matter because I didn't want to /: They made it as real and convincing as they can possibly managed. Everything normal people wouldn't want to see explained, they explained it. It's unnecessary. I ended up having to google it to see if the tape is actually... Anyway, I wouldn't be shocked if you're convinced it's real after watching it if nobody had ever told you otherwise, or you never googled it.

It sounds quite fascinating, I really do think I am going to have give it a go. Why did you find it so scary? Was it because it came across as been so vivid and real?

Partly because I was so upset for being tricked into believing it's real. I was really concerned and afraid for the victims. The whole movie constantly threatens the viewer with a dark cloud and that is: it can happened to ANYONE. The sick part is, I still kinda believe it could happen. And there's nothing telling me otherwise.

It's on Youtube, by the way.

Wow. I am really curious about this film now. I am sorry that you thought what you were watching was real, watching something real and fictional makes everything different. When you are actually under the impression, and have been specifically duped into thinking what you are watching is real, its not entertainment anymore. The line between fiction and reality is a very important one.

It is? Ha ha that is no surprise considering A Serbian Film was still up last time I checked.

It's more important when you're watching something like this, I think.

I just googled A Serbian Film, looks like it has a lot of kill-room scenes.

#44 Posted by SpideyIvyDaredevilFan26 (6503 posts) - - Show Bio

(REC)

The Blair Witch Project

The Strangers

The Thing (1982)

The Last King of Scotland

#45 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (18182 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

Scary enough that it's nolonger an entertainment? The Poughkeepsie Tape. Watch it and prepare to be paranoid for the next two weeks of your life.

Ha really?

I didn't recommended it to you or anyone for that matter because I didn't want to /: They made it as real and convincing as they can possibly managed. Everything normal people wouldn't want to see explained, they explained it. It's unnecessary. I ended up having to google it to see if the tape is actually... Anyway, I wouldn't be shocked if you're convinced it's real after watching it if nobody had ever told you otherwise, or you never googled it.

It sounds quite fascinating, I really do think I am going to have give it a go. Why did you find it so scary? Was it because it came across as been so vivid and real?

Partly because I was so upset for being tricked into believing it's real. I was really concerned and afraid for the victims. The whole movie constantly threatens the viewer with a dark cloud and that is: it can happened to ANYONE. The sick part is, I still kinda believe it could happen. And there's nothing telling me otherwise.

It's on Youtube, by the way.

Wow. I am really curious about this film now. I am sorry that you thought what you were watching was real, watching something real and fictional makes everything different. When you are actually under the impression, and have been specifically duped into thinking what you are watching is real, its not entertainment anymore. The line between fiction and reality is a very important one.

It is? Ha ha that is no surprise considering A Serbian Film was still up last time I checked.

It's more important when you're watching something like this, I think.

I just googled A Serbian Film, looks like it has a lot of kill-room scenes.

I can imagine. But then in a way the film must be made in an effective way for one to believe its true. I like it when horror films expose peoples fears. Many a time they simply expose them just to how people react to them and them simply being there.

#46 Posted by Deadite (24209 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

Scary enough that it's nolonger an entertainment? The Poughkeepsie Tape. Watch it and prepare to be paranoid for the next two weeks of your life.

Ha really?

I didn't recommended it to you or anyone for that matter because I didn't want to /: They made it as real and convincing as they can possibly managed. Everything normal people wouldn't want to see explained, they explained it. It's unnecessary. I ended up having to google it to see if the tape is actually... Anyway, I wouldn't be shocked if you're convinced it's real after watching it if nobody had ever told you otherwise, or you never googled it.

It sounds quite fascinating, I really do think I am going to have give it a go. Why did you find it so scary? Was it because it came across as been so vivid and real?

Partly because I was so upset for being tricked into believing it's real. I was really concerned and afraid for the victims. The whole movie constantly threatens the viewer with a dark cloud and that is: it can happened to ANYONE. The sick part is, I still kinda believe it could happen. And there's nothing telling me otherwise.

It's on Youtube, by the way.

Wow. I am really curious about this film now. I am sorry that you thought what you were watching was real, watching something real and fictional makes everything different. When you are actually under the impression, and have been specifically duped into thinking what you are watching is real, its not entertainment anymore. The line between fiction and reality is a very important one.

It is? Ha ha that is no surprise considering A Serbian Film was still up last time I checked.

It's more important when you're watching something like this, I think.

I just googled A Serbian Film, looks like it has a lot of kill-room scenes.

I can imagine. But then in a way the film must be made in an effective way for one to believe its true. I like it when horror films expose peoples fears. Many a time they simply expose them just to how people react to them and them simply being there.

*still shaking head furiously*

But yeah, in all seriousness, it's this specific dimension Horror movie has that made me like it so much. I can understand its charm.

#47 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18182 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

Scary enough that it's nolonger an entertainment? The Poughkeepsie Tape. Watch it and prepare to be paranoid for the next two weeks of your life.

Ha really?

I didn't recommended it to you or anyone for that matter because I didn't want to /: They made it as real and convincing as they can possibly managed. Everything normal people wouldn't want to see explained, they explained it. It's unnecessary. I ended up having to google it to see if the tape is actually... Anyway, I wouldn't be shocked if you're convinced it's real after watching it if nobody had ever told you otherwise, or you never googled it.

It sounds quite fascinating, I really do think I am going to have give it a go. Why did you find it so scary? Was it because it came across as been so vivid and real?

Partly because I was so upset for being tricked into believing it's real. I was really concerned and afraid for the victims. The whole movie constantly threatens the viewer with a dark cloud and that is: it can happened to ANYONE. The sick part is, I still kinda believe it could happen. And there's nothing telling me otherwise.

It's on Youtube, by the way.

Wow. I am really curious about this film now. I am sorry that you thought what you were watching was real, watching something real and fictional makes everything different. When you are actually under the impression, and have been specifically duped into thinking what you are watching is real, its not entertainment anymore. The line between fiction and reality is a very important one.

It is? Ha ha that is no surprise considering A Serbian Film was still up last time I checked.

It's more important when you're watching something like this, I think.

I just googled A Serbian Film, looks like it has a lot of kill-room scenes.

I can imagine. But then in a way the film must be made in an effective way for one to believe its true. I like it when horror films expose peoples fears. Many a time they simply expose them just to how people react to them and them simply being there.

*still shaking head furiously*

But yeah, in all seriousness, it's this specific dimension Horror movie has that made me like it so much. I can understand its charm.

Yeah. That is the kind of thing horror will always have over other genres.

#48 Posted by consolemaster001 (5662 posts) - - Show Bio

Any marilyn manson music video.

#49 Posted by Deathstroke02 (3082 posts) - - Show Bio

The Attack of the Killer Refrigerator