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Old 09-14-2012, 01:11 PM   #151 (permalink)
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To really scare me, find me a movie with either people being set on fire or eerie, childlike voices ordering psychotic folks around. That's the shit that creeps me out.
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Old 09-14-2012, 01:18 PM   #152 (permalink)
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Anyone ever see the movie Insidious?






One of the most scariest movies I've ever seen.
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Old 09-14-2012, 01:20 PM   #153 (permalink)
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I've never seen a horror film give the illusion of real-life than Marble Hornets. I don't know what it is about it, but the first time you watch it, at night, with headphones, that first set of jump scares stay in your mind just that little while longer than most others. It's this illusion that the real horror starts to kick in. You see, walking around the real world, looking around and swearing that there's something following you, or there's a figure in the trees, it gives this uneasy feeling of paranoia that few other films manage to achieve.

If I ever watch it, I'm very certain The Blair With Project shares similar themes.
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Old 09-14-2012, 01:23 PM   #154 (permalink)
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I wouldn't say it scared me but was def on edge after the first time watching Balir Witch
Yeah I think it was a lot easier to suspend the disbelief with movies like that as it had a real life feel to it, same as Paranormal Activity.

I find the movies that attack the senses to be "scarier" rather than movies like F13 that just throw gore all over the place.
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Old 09-14-2012, 01:26 PM   #155 (permalink)
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Yeah I think it was a lot easier to suspend the disbelief with movies like that as it had a real life feel to it, same as Paranormal Activity.

I find the movies that attack the senses to be "scarier" rather than movies like F13 that just throw gore all over the place.
Gore in of itself is not all that scary but if done correctly, for instnace the first Texas Chainsaw was great like that, you never actually see a kill just the gore afterwards but it was the build to the kill that was great, but movies like 976-EVIL was gory jsut to be gory
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Old 09-14-2012, 01:29 PM   #156 (permalink)
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I've never seen a horror film give the illusion of real-life than Marble Hornets. I don't know what it is about it, but the first time you watch it, at night, with headphones, that first set of jump scares stay in your mind just that little while longer than most others. It's this illusion that the real horror starts to kick in. You see, walking around the real world, looking around and swearing that there's something following you, or there's a figure in the trees, it gives this uneasy feeling of paranoia that few other films manage to achieve.

If I ever watch it, I'm very certain The Blair With Project shares similar themes.
Do you mean the YouTube show? If so, then yes, it is somewhat similar.

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I loved the original Blair Witch. I even bought a copy with the extra, additional fake documentary footage. Though not at all similar in tone or style, another all time favourite of mine is Session 9. And Tim Burton's stop motion films are beyond cute and I have every one of them on dvd (which makes me sound pitifully emo-chick).

I never know what horror film will just click for me. I think I'm the only person alive who liked the remake of 13 Ghosts (not because it was scary) and Silent Hill the movie.
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Old 09-14-2012, 01:37 PM   #157 (permalink)
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Gore in of itself is not all that scary but if done correctly, for instnace the first Texas Chainsaw was great like that, you never actually see a kill just the gore afterwards but it was the build to the kill that was great, but movies like 976-EVIL was gory jsut to be gory
Yeah, well it's just like reading books, it's your mind and the inner depths of your imagination that make it "scary"
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Yeah, well it's just like reading books, it's your mind and the inner depths of your imagination that make it "scary"
Agreed, the most scared I ever was reading was some book The Wereling, about this kid who bought a werewolf costume to scare people but he let taht consume him, was fucked up can still picture some of his kills to this day and that was, fuck like nearly 25 years ago
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Agreed, the most scared I ever was reading was some book The Wereling, about this kid who bought a werewolf costume to scare people but he let taht consume him, was fucked up can still picture some of his kills to this day and that was, fuck like nearly 25 years ago
The only trouble with reading the books first, is the movies always pale in comparison, I think one of the best book to horror I can remember would have to be The Shining, they did a really good job with that movie.
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I was about six the first time I saw the movie 'Alien'. Being on holiday in some shitty poor man's version of Butlins allowed greater leniancy as far as curfew/bed time went, therefore I decided to abuse that priviledge by staying up past midnight to watch the aforementioned film on ITV in the company of my father and older sister. Chest burster scene, recurring nightmares, enough said.
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