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Re: Scariest film ever made by MarcoP on 17 November 2006 10:29am
 
- The Tenant
- The Exorcist
- The Shining (Stanley Kubrick's)
- Psycho
- The Others
- Blair Witch Project
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by Ahren on 17 November 2006 9:34pm
 
I saw the ring, and i was pretty freaked out, but it wasn't too bad as i hadn't seen the tape so i knew i was safe! Scary Movie is also a good remedy..
My scariest film is the Grudge, we watched it at a sleepover and i couldnt actually watch- i literally hid behind the sofa!
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by capman on 17 November 2006 11:17pm
 
can u remember wot year the film was made spursfan.heres a few more that sprang to mind Bloodbath at the house of death House of the long shadows Monster club or madhouse of could b 1 of the dr phibes films let us no
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by Spursfan on 18 November 2006 12:13am
 
No idea, Capman, sorry - I would probably have to guess '60s but that doesn't narrow it down much does it!!

I'm going to 'search' "Robert Morley films" and see what I get!!!
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by Spursfan on 18 November 2006 12:15am
 
Oooops sorry - a blonde moment (though I'm now chestnut I AM a natural blonde!!)as he isn't in it! Doh!!
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by Spursfan on 18 November 2006 12:31am
 
Well, I just googled 'Vincent Price movies' and on a site dedicated to him I could see no sign of the said film, so he can't have been in it!!

I might be hallucinating, but I think another of the little 'scenes' was inside a tube train that gets stuck, and the passenger realises that everyone else is a ghost, possibly himself too? Then again, that could be another film...

 
Re: Scariest film ever made by capman on 18 November 2006 12:56pm
 
Spursfan cant think of name of film but no wot u are talking about an Robert Morley and Vincent Price were in the Theatre Of Blood together an think thats the only time they have worked together
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by canaveralgumby on 18 November 2006 7:03pm
 
I forgot to mention "Clockwork Orange." It took 3 times until I could get through the whole thing. Yet I think it was a brilliant film.

QUESTION:
What's scarier - boogeymen and ghosts and supernatural stuff [Alien, Dracula, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Thing...], OR, people being sadistic to other people [Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Hostel, Saw, C. Orange, Halloween...]
????????
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by Spursfan on 18 November 2006 8:32pm
 
Oh I LOOOOVVVVEEED Clockwork Orange! We went to see it in Leicester Square, I was 18 and 6 months preggers I seem to remember.

And in answer to your question, as I love 'gory' films, supernatural stuff defo which creeps me out!! Though I find Dracula sexy - am I weird or what!!
 
Re: Scariest film ever made by perfectbitch on 18 November 2006 9:30pm
 
You're no weirder than most Anne. Dracula is sexy - probably because it was written when sexual repression was at its height. There is an interesting essay on this phenomenon in a book I once read about sexual alienation in the cinema.

Linz
 
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