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I have to go with the Strangers, hate staying home alone ever since seeing that movie.
The Shining gave me nightmares as a kid
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Saw movies always freaked me out.
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When I was a kid, Friday the 13th parts 2-4ish and some other 80's horror movies. My brothers showed them all to me when I was in elementary school. Not much after I was a kid though. Don't know Strangers, might have to check it out.
I saw the Blair Witch when I was like in the 5th grade. That movie freaked me the hell out.
The original Halloween, John Carpenters Halloween scared the chit out of me as a young buck.
Hostel as well!!!
What was so creepy about the Strangers is that it was based on a true story.
Not a scary movie but the Child Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang creeps me out.
Three W's In My Life: Ward, Weinke, and Winston
Critters! Terrified me as a child.
Yes. Ruined actual Halloween for a few years
And pennywise from "IT" was creepy as hell imo.
That & the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre from the 70's. That chit had me afraid being in the back yard alone. I was certain that mofo was waiting in the woods for me.
Scared of clowns and snakes so anything with them is a no watch.
South Korea makes a ton of good movies. "I saw the devil" is excellant and not a scary movie perse it is very disturbing.
Talented Mr Ripley......by far.
Yeah especially when Leatherface knocks that dude out and the door just closes..... Creepy stuff
I hated The Strangers because it was absolutely terrifying. Lake houses, ranches, hunting camps are all a little creepy now.
Human Centipede #WTF
It's a tie between Spoorloos (Dutch for The Vanishing) and Shuttle . The first is about a man whose girlfriend disappears while they are on a road trip, and the latter is about human trafficking. Both are fictional films, but dealt with very real situations (especially for young women). Totally freaked me out when I watched both of them - but definitely worth a viewing IMO.
"As far as the downvotes. It's a gnat biting an lion"
-- A member of tRCMB Justice League, taking the internet WAY WAY too seriously.
That movie is why I'm never going to Europe.
The black and white version of Invasion of the Body Snatchers. I have no idea why but out of all the horror movies I have seen (and I have been watching them since I was about 7) it is the only one that gave me nightmares.
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