most scariest movies you have seen in your life?

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#1 Posted by indzman (20193 posts) -

Original Japanese versions Ringu, Ju on the grudge. Saw them at midnight cable show many years ago all alone, couldn't sleep well for couple or a day more at night:(

most scariest movies you have seen in your life OT? :)

#2 Posted by uninspiredcup (13618 posts) -

The exorcist. Not the last 20 minutes, the stuff before it.

#3 Edited by AutoPilotOn (8617 posts) -

I can't think of any recently but when I was younger I liked scared movies but at night would end up knocking on parents door to sleep on floor next to their bed lol. Now I hope as an adult I hope I don't have a kid that does that lol doors locked your outta luck kid.

#4 Posted by alim298 (2243 posts) -

The scariest movies I've ever seen are:

Alien

The Others

The Ring

The Woman in Black

Not a big fan of horror movies.

#5 Posted by buddymanson (25 posts) -

Lake Mungo. It's a fake documentary but worth a watch.

#6 Posted by Evil_Saluki (4968 posts) -

I could never get my hands on Lake Mungo.

#7 Posted by buddymanson (25 posts) -

@Evil_Saluki:

I seen it on Netflix a while back. I think it's still on there.

#8 Posted by LostProphetFLCL (17790 posts) -

Without a doubt The Conjuring. Seeing that at the midnight premiere was the moist terrifying movie experience I have ever had.

Other good ones are Sinister and Insidious. Fun fact: All 3 movies have sequels planned for release next year!

#9 Posted by TuuPumpChump (99 posts) -

@LostProphetFLCL: Nothing has really seemed scary as of lately. But, holy shit did The Conjuring creep me out. Thumbs up for them

#10 Posted by LostProphetFLCL (17790 posts) -

@tuupumpchump said:

@LostProphetFLCL: Nothing has really seemed scary as of lately. But, holy shit did The Conjuring creep me out. Thumbs up for them

I actually feel like the horror genre has gotten better recently. You have those movies I mentioned in terms of movies that are scary, and then Cabin in the Woods and You're Next in terms of great horror comedies.

#11 Posted by TuuPumpChump (99 posts) -

@LostProphetFLCL: yeah. I don't remember the last time I jumped and or had to turn away from the screen. Conjuring did it.

Cabin in the woods...god, I forgot about that. Had some good laughs. I hate predictable horror movies

#12 Edited by Xeno_ghost (696 posts) -

@indzman: Oh I haven't seen this thread before :P

Yep saw the conjuring in the cinema at night with my girl, it was pretty scary, the last film that got me like that was Blair Witch Project, scared the hell out of me, the worst thing was we had to walk back home down a dark path through some woods in the dark.

Of course Japenese versions of The Ring and The Grudge were pretty creepy.

Sinister is really really good horror film I actually watch that regularly.

I heard Shutter is good(not the US version).

#13 Edited by Xeno_ghost (696 posts) -

@alim298: I wouldn't say The Others is scary per se but it is a really good Film :)

#14 Posted by EPICCOMMANDER (879 posts) -

I saw I Am Legend when I was 12 or 13...

****. I didn't sleep that night I'm pretty sure...or the day after that. A week later I wanted to see it again though.

#15 Posted by Behardy24 (5324 posts) -

The only real Horror movie I have watched (and liked) is Alien.

#16 Posted by Behardy24 (5324 posts) -

@EPICCOMMANDER said:

I saw I Am Legend when I was 12 or 13...

****. I didn't sleep that night I'm pretty sure...or the day after that. A week later I wanted to see it again though.

Though it is based on a horror book, I wouldn't called I Am Legend a horror movie. I think it's much more fitting in the thriller and suspense genre.

Nonetheless, it does get freighting and tense at times.

#17 Posted by EPICCOMMANDER (879 posts) -
@behardy24 said:

@EPICCOMMANDER said:

I saw I Am Legend when I was 12 or 13...

****. I didn't sleep that night I'm pretty sure...or the day after that. A week later I wanted to see it again though.

Though it is based on a horror book, I wouldn't called I Am Legend a horror movie. I think it's much more fitting in the thriller and suspense genre.

Nonetheless, it does get freighting and tense at times.

The TC said "most scariest movies" (sic.) I was under the impression this meant it wasn't limited to just horror movies.

@indzman: I believe you meant for the title to be "What is the scariest movie(s) you have seen?" 'Most scariest' is grammatically incorrect.

#18 Posted by thegerg (16246 posts) -

Saving Private Ryan

#19 Edited by LostProphetFLCL (17790 posts) -

@xeno_ghost said:

I heard Shutter is good(not the US version).

The original Thai version of Shutter is fucking phenomenal! It is also one of the scariest movies around and is FAR scarier than Ju-On (can't say anything about the Japanese version of The Ring as I have yet to see that one).

I keep forgetting to post that movie in these topics, but Shutter is certainly one of the scariest movies around and is definitely the best I have seen in terms of Asian horror.

#20 Edited by indzman (20193 posts) -

@thegerg said:

Saving Private Ryan

Crazy Confirmed :)

#21 Posted by thegerg (16246 posts) -

@indzman: What?

#22 Posted by indzman (20193 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@indzman: What?

I asked for scariest movies as in Horror or Thrillers, not war movies silly.

#23 Edited by thegerg (16246 posts) -

@indzman: What you asked for was "scariest movies." That's a direct quote. Saving Private Ryan has some horrific scenes, it's quite scary.

#24 Posted by indzman (20193 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@indzman: What you asked for was "scariest movies." That's a direct quote. Saving Private Ryan has some horrific scenes, it's quite scary.

LOL.

Action / War movies makes you shit in your pants , Huh ?

#25 Posted by thegerg (16246 posts) -

@indzman: No. Do they make you shit in your pants?

#26 Edited by airshocker (31265 posts) -

Insidious was pretty scary. The first time I saw Event Horizon I couldn't go to sleep that night. Just saw Sinister and that was pretty bad.

And you fucking butchered the thread title, Indz.

#27 Posted by indzman (20193 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@indzman: No. Do they make you shit in your pants?

They do to yours i guess as you get scared by action / war movies. I wonder what you gonna do when you watch a real horror movie as Exorcist or Conjuring :)

#28 Posted by indzman (20193 posts) -

@airshocker said:

Insidious was pretty scary. The first time I saw Event Horizon I couldn't go to sleep that night. Just saw Sinister and that was pretty bad.

Event Horizon is pretty underrated and a well done sci fi horror from Paul W.S Anderson :)

#29 Posted by thegerg (16246 posts) -

@indzman: I have seen plenty of horror movies, they don't make me shit in my pants either. WTF are you on about?

#30 Posted by indzman (20193 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@indzman: I have seen plenty of horror movies, they don't make me shit in my pants either. WTF are you on about?

I seriously doubt.

#31 Posted by thegerg (16246 posts) -

@indzman: Haha. Why?

#32 Posted by indzman (20193 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@indzman: Haha. Why?

A guy who gets scared by Saving Private Ryan most , i doubt he watched any real horror movies :)

#33 Posted by harry_james_pot (11233 posts) -

The Ring.

#34 Posted by thegerg (16246 posts) -

@indzman: I have a different opinion than you, thus I must be lying about having seen horror movies and I'm crazy? Does that actually make sense to you?

#35 Edited by indzman (20193 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@indzman: I have a different opinion than you, thus I must be lying about having seen horror movies and I'm crazy? Does that actually make sense to you?

Not only in this thread , in many threads on OT. You answer quite differently from other opinions. Its amusing :)

#36 Posted by Gaming-Planet (14680 posts) -

Can't think of any, and I've seen a ton. They were all bad in some way in my opinion. I guess my standards are set too high, wish I was artistically talented so I could show people what real horror looks like.

#38 Posted by thegerg (16246 posts) -

@indzman: What, exactly, about my answers to your question here is crazy? I sometimes happen to find images of violent combat and traumatic battle wounds to be quite scary. How is that crazy?

#39 Posted by indzman (20193 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@indzman: I sometimes happen to find images of violent combat and traumatic battle wounds to be quite scary.

mhm.

#40 Posted by thegerg (16246 posts) -

@indzman: Try to answer the question. Why is it crazy to find violent combat and traumatic wounding scary?

#41 Edited by indzman (20193 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@indzman: Try to answer the question. Why is it crazy to find violent combat and traumatic wounding scary?

Have you explained in detail before ? NOPE.

#42 Posted by thegerg (16246 posts) -

@indzman: Have I explained what in detail?

Anyway, I guess I should just chalk this thread up as just another example of you failing to address your silly replies to my answers to the questions asked. Why is it, exactly, that you have such a hard time accepting that some people have opinions that differ from yours?

#43 Posted by indzman (20193 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@indzman: Have I explained what in detail?

Anyway, I guess I should just chalk this thread up as just another example of you failing to address your silly replies to my answers to the questions asked. Why is it, exactly, that you have such a hard time accepting that some people have opinions that differ from yours?

If you had added " I sometimes happen to find images of violent combat and traumatic battle wounds to be quite scary " when you mentioned Saving Private Ryan in a scary movies thread i'dve understood instantly. I thought you are again making vauge comments as you always do. Anyways my apologies for your condition :)

#44 Posted by airshocker (31265 posts) -

This is what happens when an ESL person tries to communicate with thegerg. OH THE HUMANITY!

#45 Edited by thegerg (16246 posts) -

@indzman: What did you not understand about my initial post? You asked a simple question and you got a simple answer. Are you really that confused by a straightforward answer to your question? Also, how was my answer "vague"? It couldn't be less vague.

#46 Posted by indzman (20193 posts) -

@airshocker said:

This is what happens when an ESL person tries to communicate with thegerg. OH THE HUMANITY!

Not only ESL , even EFL persons on OT has trouble understanding him many times. On almost all threads on OT , he is always in a argument with a user from a vauge misinformation if you check regularly HeHe.

#47 Posted by indzman (20193 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@indzman: What did you not understand about my initial post? You asked a simple question and you got a simple answer. Are you really that confused by a straightforward answer to your question? Also, how was my answer "vague"? It couldn't be less vague.

I never have trouble with understanding anyone on OT other than you , many have same. I'll show you from henceforward on any threads how you get into arguments for your vauge answers :)

#48 Edited by thegerg (16246 posts) -

@indzman: Again, how was my answer to your vague? Stop avoiding simple questions.

#49 Posted by wis3boi (32078 posts) -

jesus camp

#50 Posted by madsnakehhh (15246 posts) -

@buddymanson said:

Lake Mungo. It's a fake documentary but worth a watch.

I love Lake Mungo, it was creepy as hell and THAT moment was really scary.

I watched Night of the Living Dead (the remake) when i was 7 or 8, and i was insanely scared, i couldn't sleep for days.

The Exorcist is pretty damn scary too.

The Shutter, yes, amazing movie and pretty creepy.

As far as new movies, The Conjuring was solid, not a fan of the last minutes, but the overall film is pretty solid.

Also, has anyone watched The Black Door? is a mockumentary extremely well done with tons of creepy moments.

Another one of my favorites is Noroi The Curse...IMO one of the scaries movies i've seen, then again is also a mockumentary and a pretty long one too, so if you are not a fan of the genre, you might not like it.

I'm sure i'm leaving out a lot, but those are at the top of my head at the moment.