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Re: Scariest film ever made by capman on 16 November 2006 6:37pm
 
sounds the hammer house of horrors film with peter cushing "from beyond the grave" spursfan not too sure thou and i found a chinese film scary cant remember the name thou will find it out and post it
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by tucsonmike on 16 November 2006 6:43pm
 
I ain't scared of nothin LOL! Taking me to a scary movie is a drag.
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by Spursfan on 16 November 2006 6:49pm
 
Could be, Capman - I seem to remember Vincent Price in it too?? When I say it was different stories it was all one film though.

Bet you're scared of SOMETHING Mike, even if it is only Elaine hee hee.
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by capman on 16 November 2006 6:55pm
 
could be "Theatre Of Blood" cause vincent price wasnt in from beyond the grave and theatre of blood is all made up of different storys to it as well
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by Spursfan on 16 November 2006 7:01pm
 
Sadly that's not it, Capman. That one is about an actor getting revenge on his critics. I remember one memorable bit where Robert Morley asks where his 'darlings' are (2 Pekes) and dies of a heart attack when he discovers they have been cooked in a pie and he has eaten them!!

You're on the right lines though, I'm sure Capman!!!
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by suzulu on 16 November 2006 7:09pm
 
'The Exorcist' is definitely the scariest film I've ever seen! I thought about it for weeks afterwards and now I very rarely watch a horror movie. I am such a scaredy cat!
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by sighthound on 16 November 2006 8:47pm
 
An actor(Price) getting revenge on a critic who panned him is defintely the plot of "Theatre of Blood" but isn't the film where Morley gets the peke-pie "Who's Killing the Great Chefs of Europe"? Memory may be playing tricks on me here because it's been decades since I've seen either film.
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by Spursfan on 16 November 2006 9:18pm
 
No, it isn't, sorry.
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by sighthound on 16 November 2006 9:42pm
 
Well, "Who's Killing..." was a hoot. Must see it again. (I love Morley!)
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by canaveralgumby on 17 November 2006 7:01am
 
No. 1 Rosemary's Baby
Alien
Psycho
The Ring
Freaks (1926?)

FREAKS was AMAZING!! They couldn't make it today. Probably wouldn't be allowed.
 
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