And be 12 years old.
You can't die by watching a movie. But seriously if you want to watch actual horror watch Amour by Michael Haneke. It's about and old dude that has to kill his wife because she's slowly turning crazy. That, to me, is scarier than any monsters in any movies.
Scared me Abnominally when I was a kid
>The Grifter 3: Tokyo Grift
I know the franchise has been milked to death and it's "cool" to hate on it...but goddamn the original Paranormal Activity scared the shit out of me when it came out. The only horror movie that has made me sleep with all the lights on as an adult
Yeah there is a reason, there are 10 sequels and a million horror movies with paranormal in the title.
The original was great.
Like Blair Witch opened the door on found footage horror movies.
Imitation is the highest form of praise.
The Taking of Deborah Logan.
It's on Netflix still.
Go watch it.
It will fucking slap your shit up. I did not expect it to go where it did.
That first silent hill movie.
I even knew what was going to happen to that lady caught by pyramid head because someone told me, but when I saw what happened in the theater, I screamed out, "OH FUCK!"
In no particular order
The Wicker Man (1973)
Love me some VVitch
There are so many KINDS of horror that one film just can't cover them all.
The Exorcist: When I was a kid, this kept me up all night.
Alien: No one had ever seen anything like it before. It was a new level of terror- the concept of something with acid blood that incubates inside of you.
John Carpenters' The Thing: Oh fuck, where to start? A Genetic Zenomorph and being stuck in a remote outpost not able to trust your friends. W/Kurt Russell to boot ("Yeah? Well FUCK YOU TOO!" )
A lot of sci fi films can be considered cross over into horror. Not just Alien
This is my favorite
The Thing is a classic. It's a mix of suspense and cutting edge 1980s special effects.
Jacobs Ladder is the original Silent Hill movie. Seriously, if you've ever liked anything Silent Hill related you'd watch it.
Speaking of Vidya, if you play Payday 2, the movie Heat (al pacino, robert de niro, val kilmer) is pretty much the movie version, but that's not horror so it's off topic
Scariest I've seen is the conjuring.
Shat me pants and it fucked me up for weeks. 46y/o, and it made me scared of the dark again.
To me it would be The Exorcist.
That movie scared the absolute shit out of me.
I don't know why it scared me so much, probably cause I was 12 when I watched it but still.
That movie haunts me to this day and always will.
that one was rough
i think the most psychologically scared was the hills have eyes 1 when he was going to rape the girl, i remember my sister and i turning it off, but we were young af
guess i had an impression on your life too.
Are you implying that those native Brazilians are savages?
No, seriously. Actors are alive. Unless they cloned them or they have twins.
What's that, the Japanese version of The Ring?
The cinematic depiction of the lives of everyone who has posted in this thread.
I think you mean "black" lights
"Do you read Sutter Cane?!"
Today, anon was not a faget.
Mars Attacks gave me nightmares for years
Yes. Anyone who doesn't like it is a jump scare blockbuster movie babby. It's a great movie, you just have to understand it, which isn't hard.
The isolation, the escelated activity, the factor of being lost and unprepared, the endless trees, the missing friend, the helplessness, the tension and arguing. Love it all.
Not a horror movie, but nothing in any movie has terrified me more the G'Mork in The Never Ending Story.