Post # 16
Movies where the protagonist is asking for help and no one believes her (or him.. but always her hah) bother me the most. They just get deep under my skin. I’m not looking forward to unsane but I’ll probably watch it hahaha.
Post # 17
The Grudge is a pretty fun watch, along with The Ring. I love paranormal/ghost movies the most, slasher movies are just gross to me. Oh oh, The Babadook is probably one of my favorites, it’s got such a deep meaning which is pretty rare for horror movies.
Post # 18
Rosemary’s Baby and Bunny Lake is Missing, because they both speak to the horror of being discounted and disbelieved when you know something is deeply wrong, just because you’re female.
Post # 19
slomotion :ok so now I want to watch Megan is Missing just to see where I fare on the ‘normality’ scale haha
Post # 20
Event Horizon. I think I was 12-15 when I watched it. Home alone in the basement with no lights on.
I had to wait for my folks to get back before I left the safety of the sofa and blanket!
Something about the mind doing weirdass things. And that scene where that dude is in space without a suit became my number one fear of how I do not want to die (silly I know- I’ll never be in space! Hahaha….ha)
Post # 21
If you want to not sleep for a week because you’re so scared, watch the Australian film “Wolf Creek”. It’s a true story. Amazing cinematography.
Post # 22
If you’re into alien movies The Fourth Kind is pretty terrifying.
Post # 23
I am the president of a Horror Movie Club. I love all types of horror. I love being scared. Aso, very little does actually scare me. The few movies that did scare me have always been PG13 like The Others, The Sixth Sense, and What Lies Beneath.
Post # 24
Last House on the Left (the original) is another one of those movies that will leave you feeling dirty and uncomfortable. Violent rape scenes, so just fair warning.
Post # 25
The Grudge scared the cr*p out of me – and that was just the American version! I find that kind of thing absolutely terrifying in a way that I don’t find serial killer/slasher films scary.
Post # 26
dannij8918 : “Hasta el viento tiene miedo” (Even the wind is afraid), a Mexican movie from the 1960s. Saw it as a kid. My mother did not want me to see it. Did I obey? Of course not. Did I regret it? To this day… Mother did really know best…
Post # 28
Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2
Post # 29
milksteak : so scary! I was telling fi about this thread and that’s what he said. That movie really scared him and that never happens!
Post # 30
SisterJude : yes! I love anything with a more defined plot or even a weird twist! Signs was another one as was The Visit! Not into gore really. Shutter Island (not technically a horror?) is another fave! Still working the ending out to this day and I’ve even read the book twice hahahahaha