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26 October, 2006

What Creeps You Out?

Hammer and imp told us which movies gave them the heebie-jeebies in the comments of the previous post, which got me to wondering. Which movie, or scene from a movie, just creeps you out so much, you can barely stand to watch it?

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  • At 26 October, 2006 14:39 , Blogger Reel Fanatic said...

    I don't get creeped out to the point of having to look away from the screen unless I'm watching something that I know happened for real .. by that standard, the end of United 93, knowing all too well how it would end, was truly unwatchable for me

     
  • At 28 October, 2006 05:58 , Blogger Erica said...

    I'm copying & pasting what I left over at SWG's, since it's pretty much applicable here ...

    Oh, yo ... my scariest scary movie moments ...

    1. The scene in The Shining with Jack Nicholson in the bathtub, and that woman turns into some sort of Ancient Leper Zombie. I think the whole Tri-State Area heard me scream that night as I buried my head up my poor father's armpit.

    2.The end of Carrie, oh Lord!, when that bloodie hand just shot out of the grave .....

    3. My dad had the genius idea of buying me a Freddy Krueger mask and glove for Halloween, and instead of presenting it to me, like normal people, he decided to put the accoutrements on and jump out at me from the basement. My screams were heard light years away.

    ... dude, WHY in hell do people watch this crap? I'm still scared when I come up the stairs from the basement that a Boogey Man is gonna grab me by the ankle and grate me like parmesan cheese in the darkness.

     
  • At 28 October, 2006 14:31 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I think I about jumped out of my skin during the remake of The Thing when the doctor goes to defib the guy, the chest caves in, and off comes the doctor's arms.

    Brass

     

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