childs play doesnt scare me, that doll isn't scary, its those little girly dolls in the red dresses that freak me out . or the kid from pet semetary.CD said:I love to be scared by horror movies, the only ones I can ever really remember getting to me (i.e. nightmares and such) were the Child's Play when I was a kid, and In the Mouth of Madness.
I remember the scene that you mentioned... I guess if I'd watched Jacob's Ladder a few years ago I would be more affected by it (even though I found it to be a pretty good movie).Dark Watcher said:haha
In all seriousness..there has been one movie that actually made us jump. Not so much from fear, but simply because it caught us off guard.
It was a scene from the movie Jacob's Ladder
never really understood what was so "holy crap!" about the exorcist. i could understand the religious groups getting mad when it was originally released, but i saw that movie when i was 9 and it didn't really have any effect on me, sure she had some intense projectile vomit, turn her head like like an owl, and walk crab-style down the stairs, but hell, just didn't seem all that scary or interesting to mecloudvii said:I've never left any movie in the middle. But I was about to do in :
1) The exorcist (And I mean the very old one). I was watching it with a friend at my house and we closed the lights for extra horror factor . That thing was too much for me, that it was hard to enter the bathroom alone for a week or two (j/k )
2) House of wax : That movie was one of the worst titles I've ever seen. I was about to cry in the theater because I paid for the ticket. I mean I figured out the whole point after the first 40/50 minutes of the movie. It's so ughh .
i rented the eye and then realized it was subtitled and im just too damn lazy to read, so i never watched itHyuga said:Hmmm, there are several: Dark Water, Ju-On The Grudge and the most frightening was "The Eye". I watched it alone in darkness, with phones on my ears. ****, in one moment I even threw them away and screamed!