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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    This was so fu****in good man! One of the best movies I've ever seen
    It sure is. Kubrick is the real Spielberg.
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    Not a film, not even scary to some - but slept with the light on after watching Stranger Things 2. End scene of the last episode - :dong:
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    Ju On: The Grudge ;-; Forever scarred after that tbh.
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    Lost Highway

    Mulholland Drive

    And they’re not even horror...
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    I thought that Annabelle was really creepy in the cinema (I think most horror films are better at the cinema) and also the Amityville Horror, the 2005 film with Ryan Reynolds was creepy when watched home alone with the lights off... lol
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    coraline, anyone? still gives me shivers and i'm 16 years old. i've only watched one 'proper' horror film, and that was it. not scary but pretty creepy. i get scared really easily so i'm not planning to watch any other horror films.
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    (Original post by FloralPrints)
    Mines probably Annabelle Creation....scariest ever....ughhghgb
    btw it doesn't even have to be a horror film haha
    'Kill List' is pretty disturbing if not scary, 'Funny Games' likewise.
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    (Original post by entertainmyfaith)
    coraline, anyone? still gives me shivers and i'm 16 years old. i've only watched one 'proper' horror film, and that was it. not scary but pretty creepy. i get scared really easily so i'm not planning to watch any other horror films.
    Coraline was great haha. Was in London today and saw an advertisement for an operatic take on Coraline at the Barbican... Despite how much I liked the film, this doesn't sound very appealing lol
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    I think the scariest movie I've ever watched was A nightmare on Elm Street but that was because I watched it when I was like 8 or 9 I think. That movie freaked the hell out of me.
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    Dario Argento's film Inferno was weird but not really scary, made you feel like you had been in someone else's creepy dream.
 
 
 
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