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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

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    I...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.

    I tend to agree. I know lots of people hated it, but for me the Blair Witch Project really did the trick without really showing much of anything- just creating a sense of terror in me.
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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    Quote Originally Posted by bucksfan View Post
    I tend to agree. I know lots of people hated it, but for me the Blair Witch Project really did the trick without really showing much of anything- just creating a sense of terror in me.
    I think that is what makes M. Night Shyamalan so successful. I haven't seen his latest, and really didn't really care much for The Village; but he does create that atmosphere of suspense and fear with some of his scenes.

    In Signs, when you get that quick shot of the shadowy image of the alien standing on the roof, and the one where it quickly walks by via that alley shot.

    In The Village, when that teen is in the guard tower and opens up the trap door and then suddenly the red capped creature walks by.

    That stuff sent shills up my spine!
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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    I jumped when the little girl at the begining of the newer version Dawn Of The Dead jumped on the guy and bit his neck. And then when he busted through the bathroom door after he turned was awesome!
    Let's make some noise!

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    Noone mentioned the killer bunny in The Holy Grail. Frightening.
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    Re: Favorite scary movie/scariest movie scene

    Quote Originally Posted by 919191 View Post
    Noone mentioned the killer bunny in The Holy Grail. Frightening.

    Run away.... run away!!!!

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