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    You into them?

    I'm currently waiting for the Hellraiser remake (Actually being made with Clive Barker doing the script).

    So yea, post your faves
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    I usually find horror movies quite funny and they don't really scare me at all.

    However, "The Grudge" (the English language version) really got under my skin. Scared the crap out of me actually.
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    The news footage of Jenny Shipley caused a bit of a sweat here a few years ago.
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    Depends whether you mean slaughter movies or horror.

    The scariest movie I ever saw was so long ago I can't remember its name.
    There were lots of mysterious noises heard in another location, doors opening, dogs going nuts but you were never shown anything gory or involving special effects.

    Its was extremely creepy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deane F View Post
    I usually find horror movies quite funny and they don't really scare me at all.

    However, "The Grudge" (the English language version) really got under my skin. Scared the crap out of me actually.
    Yea, they are pretty cool, if you can stand subtitles there are heaps of excellent Jap horrors. America is constantly remaking them (The ring, The grudge, pulse, one missed call, dark water just to name a few).

    That Turisto movie is pretty brutal too for a new one. Not what I thought it was going to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pctek View Post
    Depends whether you mean slaughter movies or horror.

    The scariest movie I ever saw was so long ago I can't remember its name.
    There were lots of mysterious noises heard in another location, doors opening, dogs going nuts but you were never shown anything gory or involving special effects.

    Its was extremely creepy.
    Texas Chainsaw Massacre (original) is a good example of not actually showing the gore but still giving people a scare. Everyone who's seen it remembers the girl getting impaled on a hook, yet the movie doesn't actually show it.
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    Saw was good. The sequels weren't so great.
    Wolf Creek was one hell of a horror movie.

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    I still haven't sen Saw 4 yet, I watched 30 days of night though, that was pretty badass. Makes vampires more violent instead of cool like on underworld
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    Now this movie looks scary!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PUewLjAsKA

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    event horizon ..... scifi horror got to love it
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