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We know it's still summer, but horror thrillers and nightmare-inducing flicks are soon headed our way. The Last Exorcism gets a head start on the scares when it opens in theaters this Friday, but before going to see the priest, here's a chance to win a free prize pack. The loot includes a Last Exorcism flameless candle and T-shirt, a Hostel DVD and a Last Exorcism poster signed by horror auteur Eli Roth and director Daniel Stamm!
The Last Exorcism
That would have to be the Exorcist. Scares me to this day no matter how many times I watch it. It must be the realism of Linda Blair's performance.
The exorcist because my wife made me watch it and it was so scary i made her scream when i squeezed her hand!!
Poltergeist when I was a kid. The first movie that had me sleeping on the floor next to my parents’ bed for weeks. I was so embarrassed that someone would see me in there that I had to set my alarm to get up before my little brother and sister caught me. Hahaha!!
Night of the Living Dead, because it really COULD happen.... couldn't it?
Dawn of the Dead (newer version) because zombies that run are horrifying.
one of my favourite scary movies is the grudge....no real spectacular special effects per se, but it keeps you on the edge of your seat, creepy characters, creepier sound effects and visuals....nothing gave me nightmares till i saw that one! but i love it and see it whenever i get the chance.
The exorcist because it scares the hell out of me.
I have to pick one? I'd have to go with "Silence of the Lambs." A good horror/scary movie doesn't need blood, guts & gore to scare people. A movie that messes with your head can be just as scary!
The Ring because the idea of any video you watch being able to kill you is terrifying
The Blair Witch Project because the movie is so realistic.
The Blair Witch Project because it is so realistic
I had a difficult time picking one but I would have to go with Paranormal Activity. Why well because it wasn't made with too much special effects and had a sense of reality to it. Being a fan of horror films, this one was good.
This one is on my list of films to see late at night. Really.
Poltergeist scared me as a child, and today it still delivers the spine-tingling goods!
The Shining because they were stuck up in that lodge in a blizzard with no one to help but an elderly, weak caretaker. And Stephen King is a freaking genius. :)
My favorite horror movie without a doubt is The Exorcist. I'm 29 and I finally got up to nerve to watch the movie all way through just 3 years ago. Previously I would start watching it but get so creeped out that I would turn it off. Now that I have watched it I'm still creeped out and horrified but in a good way lol. The scene with her walking like a spider down the staircase is so intense and F'ed up but I love it
SCREAM directed by Wes Craven. This is a classic. the reason for me saying this movie is because not only is it scary but it keeps you guessing the entire time and then when the end comes around its a complete shock. it makes you want to watch it over and over again. that is what makes an amazing scary movie.
My favorite scary movie is High Tension. I know the ending didn't make much sense, but I don't care. That movie had me on the edge of my seat the entire film. The gore was great, the acting was good, the idea was amazing, and if the ending is a bit off - well, I'm willing to look past it. It was a brilliant film. Alexandre Aja is a genious and so is Eli Roth.
My favorite scary movie is House of 1,000 Corpses. I think that movie is very scary because everything involved in that film could happen for real and that right there is frightening.
Dagon, cause I'm an HP Lovecraft fanatic, and it's cheesy fun.
The original Exorcist for sure!!! I know everyone is posting the same movie but seriously with out the Exorcist movie, modern day movies would not be the same or at least horror movies wouldnt be. It really scared the crap out of me when i was a kid and it still affects me. In a good way of course. I do have to say i cant wait to see Elis new movie, i know im going to be scared as hell!
30 days of night was my favorite. It made vampires scary again. Not much scares me so naturally this didn't but it was an awesome movie.
I have to say my all time favorite is Steven King's IT. I was younger when I saw it and Pennywise just plain scared teh crap out of me. The scariest thing about him was he was everywhere, there was no place you could hide from him and he was always hiding while watching you! It still scares me today.
Phantasm... At the time it came out, I had seen sooo many scary movies, I was numb. BUT, the tall man from this movie scared the mess out of me. His walk, his voice and of course the floating ball and the bug thing in the box.. Whoa! All time fav. scary movie.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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