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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.63
    Originally posted by Reverend J Shaft
      Originally posted by Parts Unknown

      The Shining. The quick zoom to the GHOST IN THE BEAR SUIT. Scariest thing ever.

    Yes. Without a doubt. That part freaks me out more than the twins or the REDRUM part.

    Also, the scene in Event Horizon where they look at the recorded video footage from the previous crew. I will not watch that EVER again.

    And any vampire movie. It just makes my skin crawl when a vampire bites someone. Hell, even the Space Vampire episode of Buck Rogers scares the bejeezus out of me - and he never bites anyone.

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Reverend J Shaft

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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.23

Damn you! Even in the daytime that wigs me out.

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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.99
There's one thing in particular that freaks me the fuck out, prolly because I saw it when I was a kid. There's a b-movie called "Tourist Trap", which was a remake of "House of Wax" that was done in the late 70s, and there's this one scene where the unlucky bunch of Scoobies are watching one of their compatriots be doused with wax while the villian (Chuck Connors, of all people) is telling them exactly what happens to someone if this happens to them, which is basically that you get so panic-stricken that you die of cadiac arrest before you even suffocate from the wax.

And on-camera the whole time is the girl freaking out from having this done and sure enough, you see her go into cardiac arrest and die. Movies aren't normally this blatant about on-screen deaths and it almost has the feeling of watching a snuff film. But to this day that scene freaks me out if I ever actually see that it's on TV.

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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.42
Another vote for The Ring here.

The movie that freaked me the most when I was a kid was The Twilight Zone Movie -- especially the girl with no mouth.

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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.86
I know I will be the only one that mentions this movie. I also know I will be ridiculed endlessly for this. But the original "Child's Play" scared me something fierce. I think it had more to do with the camera angles than anything else. When they would show a camera angle from under the couch, all I could think was, "that maniac could sever my hamstrings." Yeah, I know, it's just a doll. I guess I have too many memories of that movie Magic, the one with the ventriloquist dummy. Just the commercials for Magic scared me as a kid.

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#26 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.01
The Ring freaks me out especially the beginning with Katie getting scared to death and being found in the closet. I have that permantly ingrained in my mind.I guess thats why I like Amber Tamblyn so much.

And also the first 10 minutes of the Dawn of the Dead remake. I saw it on USA and it sold the whole movie. And it just gave this whole feeling of dread that you needed in that movie.

And also the Priest Zombie in Land of the Dead. I jumped 15 feet in the air when that happened.


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#27 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.41
Kind of a tie for me, I think.

In Creepshow, when the bugs started bursting out of the dude's body in that room...first through the mouth, then everywhere....damn.

The very end of Nightmare on Elm Street, when the mom gets sucked back in through the little window in the door...just stuck with me for some reason...

...and The Shining...the two little girls riding the tricycles up the hall in slow motion...anything in slow motion like that, with spooky music, and especially kids. That does it.

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#28 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.05
I was around 11 years old at the time I saw the original "Salem's Lot" mini-series on TV. Scary stuff.

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#29 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.82
Another vote for the Birds. I saw it much, much too young. Fortunately, I don't have fear of them now, even though I can't stand them flying around Home Depot either.

What got me over this was Mel Brook's tribute to the Birds in "High Anxiety".

To those that mentioned the Jaws scene where the guy's rotted decayed head appears out of that hole in the boat, I have been saying for years that was the best use of music building suspension. We find the hole in the sunken boat, there's a tooth in it, and the music relaxes us, we all take a breath, then GOTCHA.

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#30 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.53
The puppet master was creepy as hell, just the fact that them puppets run there creepy ass all over the place and kill people.
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