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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
Gosh I just re-read this it doesn't look right. All my faith is with God.
The Exorcist with Linda Blair because I don't think any other actor or actress could have possibly played the role as EXCELLENT as she did. She played the role so true and real I still get chills all over my body when I think about the movie.
Not a lot of movies really scare me a lot but there are three that really scared me a lot. Paranormal Activity and The Blair Witch Project are two that are similar in the style of filming and both end up scarier because of that method. A classic scary movie that scares pretty much everybody is The Exorcist. Signs and The Ring also scare me.
The Blair Witch Project. I think the marketing was great. Super low-budget.
Rob Zombies The Devil's Rejects. Just down right a seriously bad azz and wrong on so many levels movie. Love it!!
Gremlins will always hold a place in my heart since it is the first scary movie I remember, even though now it does not seem so scary. From Dusk till Dawn was the first scary movie that I thought of as cool. The original The Hills Have Eyes has to be the scariest though, they kill a pregnant lady people!
I plan to see this movie and I hope its well done this is one of the few kind of movies that actually scare me. Stay away from the blood and guts, go for the subtle and you will have a winner everytime.
30 days of night because it makes vampires scary again and they don't glitter!
Honestly it would have to be either Suspiria or Demons from Director Dario Argento. While The Exorcist did scare me and still does til this very day I've found no matter how many times I watch Suspira and Demons still has the juice in it to give me nightmares for weeks. What exactly scares me of these two films is very hard to describe unless you've seen these two flicks. Suspiria has tons of beautiful colors through the entire movie and purposely sets the mood for the scene and Argento mixes beautiful colors with beautiful music but then he twists the sweet little music to be the rawest and most hideously sounding music that ends up being the thing that haunts you the most. In Demons scares me because your in a theater with evil monsters.
No question about it...The Exorcist. Based on a true story, Mike Oldfield's, Tubular Bells music just puts it over the top. If you haven't seen this one, fasten your seatbelts because this will scare the hell out of you! And, good luck sleeping for a few days.
Lucio Fulci's The Beyond. Dreamlike and atmospheric with a healthy dose of gore.
Dawn of the Dead. Best Zombie movie and Romero remake of the genre.
Paranormal Activity. Nothing is more scary than the kinds of horror which are almost, just barely outside of reality. Paranormal Activity was a real-looking couple, in a real-looking house with a life that was realistic. No big makeup, no big effects, just pure fear. When I got home that night I had a hard time turning off my lights.
My favorite would have to be the excorcist. classic.
My favorite scary movie was/is still JAWS! The onscreen chemistry and acting between Robert Shaw, Roy Scheider and Richard Dreyfuss was perfection! The monstrous great white shark, the ominous movie theme score, the clever filming sequences, the deep ocean and what lies in wait, ALL weave together to give you a true sense of dread, fear and terror!
I cant wait to drag my guy friend to see this movie. He was freaked out by the Omen and the Exorcism of Emily Rose. He won't be able to sleep for a week without a night light and a baseball bat!
1979 Dawn of the Dead by George Ramero... even tho Night of the living Dead is a all time classic masterpiece. Dawn of the Dead was always the movie that i would've loved to be placed in that kinda scenario. That movie reminds me of when i was just a little kid even tho the effects are outdated compared to the 2004 remake it still does the trick in entertaining me.
THE EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE!!! i LOVE scary movies and usually not impressed...THIS movie made me sleep with the lights on for days, and I kept waking up at 3AM...CREEEEEEEPY!
High Tension is one of my favorites. Very funny and creepy. The ending makes the movie!!!
this is tough narrowing it down to one....i think i will go with "Inside"...to me that was one of the most bloodiest movies ever and on top of everything, the bad guy (well...girl in this movie) wins...you don't see that too often
The Gate scared the bejesus out of me as a kid, and to this day still holds up pretty well. There's one shot in particular where one of the little demons is peering out to the floor below from the upstairs railing...to this day that scene still gives me the chills. They don't make horror films like this anymore.
Jeepers Creepers, ever since I've seen the movie I get scared to drive to see my relatives out in the valley. He is ugly, is really fast, but the worst part is he only eats the part he likes about you so you feel all the pain he has no mercy!!!!!!!
The Exorcist, not only because of the amazing performances, but because of the fact that it was based on a true story.
The original 1978 Halloween by John Carpenter. It was the beginning of a new genre of horror films as we know, not to mention we wouldn't have a lot of characters or movies such as nightmare on elm street of friday the 13th, if not for it's simplicity yet genius!
Paranormal Activity because if you have an imagination, it makes it MUCH scarier than seeing what is going on outright. I had trouble sleeping after.
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