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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    That was a good movie. Quite different for Harrison.

    And I liked Hitchcock. Keeping you in suspense, and guessing, and not having to show you everything, which leaves stuff to the imagination.

    The shower scene in Psycho with Janet Lee. It doesn't get any better then that.
    I can remeber the first time I saw Hitchcock's "The Birds". I was just a kid. It scared me silly.
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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    It's not really my favorite... but it is scary.

    The scene in Working Girl when Melanie Griffith cleans and vaccums to a montage, highlighted by motown music, in her underwear... downright frightening

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    Favorite horror film has got to be, hands-down, Re-Animator. Get the Anchor Bay 2003 release if you want to see the film in its entirety.

    Runner-up is Dellamore Dellamorte, released in the states as Cemetary Man - which just got a Region 1 DVD release this summer, also on Anchor Bay.

    The only film that's every made my stomach turn is Cannibal Holocaust.

    And the freakiest thing i've ever seen is midget porn. *shrug*
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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    Quote Originally Posted by WilyMoROCKS View Post
    A movie I saw recently that is easily one of the best horror/suspense films I've ever seen.


    I really want to see this. I'm kicking myself for not catching it when it came through the theaters.
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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    Quote Originally Posted by zombie-a-go-go View Post

    The only film that's every made my stomach turn is Cannibal Holocaust.
    True life graphic animal slaughter can do that.
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    Scary movies scare me...

    Amelia, the third part of of the 1975 TV movie "Trilogy of Terror" with Karen Black...

    messed me up for life.
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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    [IMG][/IMG][QUOTE=oneupper;1187020]Scary movies scare me...

    Amelia, the third part of of the 1975 TV movie "Trilogy of Terror" with Karen Black...

    messed me up for life.[/QUOTE





    That was a good one

    And Zombie, I loved Re-Animator!! What a classic.

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    I liked "Saturday the 14th." They showed it on HBO in October back in the 80's all the time. Anyone remember that movie?
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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Leader View Post
    I liked "Saturday the 14th." They showed it on HBO in October back in the 80's all the time. Anyone remember that movie?
    I recall it...it was pretty funny. I used to rent it at the video store quite often. Also liked Transylvania 65000 with Jeff Goldblum and Sherman Helmsley.
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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

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    Threads or The Day After
    Growing up in Kansas, "The Day After" gave me nightmares and nuclear paranoia for years. YEARS!
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    This is the Cal Ripkin Jr. of typos.

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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    Quote Originally Posted by savafan View Post
    Best...scene....EVER....
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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBaron View Post
    I can remeber the first time I saw Hitchcock's "The Birds". I was just a kid. It scared me silly.
    I was talking in the breakroom at work last night about this thread topic, and that was the movie this one lady immediately mentioned.

    It was a darn good movie.

    And she also brought up the point that the older movies, which didn't have all the gore, had better scripts and left things open to the viewers imagination.

    I've tried to watch movies like Frankenstein and the Wolfman with my kids, and they walk away bored because they are so use to the sensationalism and vivid gore.

    I actually liked the very first Halloween movie. They should have stopped there though.
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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    Quote Originally Posted by zombie-a-go-go View Post
    I really want to see this. I'm kicking myself for not catching it when it came through the theaters.
    The Descent will be released on DVD in late Decemeber.
    "panic" only comes from having real expectations

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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    Quote Originally Posted by KronoRed View Post
    Threads or The Day After
    I think Threads made The Day After look like a walk in the candy story. Threads was just a brutal, brutal movie.
    I don't scare easily, either. But I would have loved to have been at the opening of Psycho, when Norman's "mother" pushes Det. Milton down the stairs, or when Lila first finds her.
    The scene in Re-animator where Dr. Hill expresses his...uh...affection for Megan is simply priceless.
    One scene which did freak me out was when the little girl came out of the television set in Ring.
    Finally, a movie which freaked me out in so many ways: Manos, the Hands of Fate. Simply...wow.


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