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2 hours ago, XxxKatyCatxxX said:

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Even though this movie helped me with my fear of the dark, I had nightmares because of it.

OMG this had me shook as a kid!! The Part where they were trying to keep the door from closing eeeek!!

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I'm a huge horror buff and I hate to admit Terrifier 2 has scared me more than anything :deadbanana2:

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the conjuring, couldn't sleep for a week  

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Im the same, as a kid so many movies scared me but as an adult literally NO movies scare me. :deadbanana2:I hate it because I absolutely love horror movies. I even thought Hereditary was stupid. :dies: but if I have to stick to one movie that STILL chills me to the bone its The Exorcist. Everything about it feels darksided. :dancehall:

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3 hours ago, leyaris11 said:

 

 Have you watch salo- 120 days of sodom? :gaycat5:

No. I have only read the book.

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3 hours ago, Antisocialites said:

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couldn't sleep after watching it, genuinely the only horror film that truly made me feel so f*cking scared. it's also a great film and one of the best from the found-footage subgenre.

Oh yeah! I forgot about this one. Ok, this one actually scared the heck out of me. It made all the hairs on my body stand up. I had to get out of my bed and walk it off lol

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Ju-On: The Grudge (2002)
Watched it when I was 10, I was shook

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Somehow "Sinister" is a movie I can't really watch, I feel like a demon is besides me while watching.

Also I haven't been "able" to watch the Terrifier movies, I don't really know if they are disgusting but I read the premise of the babysitter one and feels like it all starts while watching the movie, so yeah

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5 hours ago, Click Clack said:

idk about the scariest but candyman is up there :jonny: 

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5 minutes ago, monologueNacafe said:

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dnt start with me hun

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I get scared easily so I haven't seen many horror movies but I watched The Loved Ones like 10 years ago and some of the scenes still make me squirm all these years later.

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3 minutes ago, Click Clack said:

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dnt start with me hun

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i think I'd jump more times watching PF tour clips tbh

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4 minutes ago, monologueNacafe said:

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i think I'd jump more times watching PF tour clips tbh

jump into a damn bath & keep nicki out of ur mouth

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Friday the 13th Part III as an 8-10 yo.  My brother turned the all the lights off in the house and chased me with a mask while the end credits (scary music) were blaring in the background.  That didn't help matters.

 

Thanks mom an dad for leaving me with him while you partied!

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18 minutes ago, Click Clack said:

jump into a damn bath & keep nicki out of ur mouth

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6 hours ago, Tylerbv said:

I'm a huge horror buff and I hate to admit Terrifier 2 has scared me more than anything :deadbanana2:

I was not ready for that film lol I can really tolerate gore scenes in general but that movie wtf it is so graphic haha

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13 hours ago, Jack! said:

The Poughkeepsie Tapes. I have rewatched it since thinking it wouldn't scare me as much but it still did. I know it's fake, but there's something about that just unsettles me so much.

This was very viral on tiktok for a while. I can't watch it though

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I know this isn't a horror movie but "Annihilation" really scared me to the core when I first watched it. :rip:

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18 hours ago, єѕℓαм said:

Dead Silence

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omg, Dead Silence messed me up for about a week after watching it.

 

gotta go with The Ring for all-time scariest, but it is one of my favourite movies ever. :heart2:

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The original Martyrs was genuinely disturbing.

 

The bedroom scene from Terrifier 2 gave me a panic attack.

 

In terms of mainstream horror, Sinister 1 + 2 make me uncomfortable. 

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similar to op, I've become desensitized to horror movies because I watched so many in late 00s/early 10s. back then I was easily able to binge watch 4 scary movies a night :rip:

 

I remember The Den kinda creeped me out when I watched it a decade ago, haven't seen it since but I'm sure I'd probably laugh at it now :deadbanana2:

I love watching movies like Europa Report; Wolf Creek/Wrong Turn, or any home invasion movie because how unsettling they can be

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I don't normally get scared by horror movies as I've seen so many, but I always recommend The Invisible Man. it's honestly triggering for me

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The Conjuring frightened me. The opening scene of Scream left me shooketh as a child with all that tension. Halloween H20 also spooked me as a kid. As an adult, As Above So Below I found really unsettling. Insidious had some great moments. The Blair With Project has forever made the woods scary for me. The Strangers is probably the main film that really left a strong impression on me, and that profoundly moved me with sheer fright. The simplicity and restraint in that movie made it all the more real and skin-crawling. 
 

The OG Halloween. Grave Encounters scared the bejesus out of me. I actually found the remake of When a Stranger Calls eerie as a teenager. Don't judge. 

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