I found the ring laughable. Although when I saw the trailer for it I did feel uncomfortable about sleeping near a TV for a while. That scene at the end where the crawls out the TV was hilarious for some reason.
A Serbian Film. I thought i was desensitized after all the time here, but that thing gave me nightmares for days. also /x/ should watch more japanese horror films. if you think the european ring was scary, wait till you see the japanese version (ditto with Grudge)
Documentary-type film about well-meaning parents and their severely disturbed kids. It's a not supernatural, but it does linger with you. That movie was the most frightening thing that I have seen in a long time.
back then when /x/ was obsessed with the deep web i got TOR and surfed there for a bit. i saw my first hardcore CP there. i have never regretted watching something so bad before. i felt sorry i was a human being after watching that
i have a theory as to why the ring scares us all. we are so used to technology obeying us and technology being rational cold and calculating that if a hint of supernatural slips in, we lose our marbles
Ghosts are any of that gay shit don't scare me, not real, so why should I even begin to get scared of it? The only thing that surprisingly got me a little scared was the recent movie Gone, And thats only because I have a terrible fear of getting kidnapped by a murderer.
But seriously are the people saying Paranormal Activity and shit being serious? Like I can't even tell anymore.
blair witch project communion fire in the sky the road
the last one isn't necessarily a horror film but it's horrifying in a different way. It's like a taste of things to come. We know that it's possible, some people believe it's inevitable, either way, we know it's a perfect illustration of what humanity is when you put enough pressure on it. Which is one reason I like The Mist and consider it shamalan's best [or his only good] movie because the real horror isn't what's out there, it's what's sitting right next to you on the bus or behind the counter serving you your sandwich or reading your meter.)
It (THAT FUCKING CLOWN STILL POPS INTO MY DREAMS TO TRY TO KILL ME) Nightmare on Elm Street Insidious Monsters that get you in your dreams terrify me. I used to have horrible nightmares about Pennywise. Eventually, I learned how to wake myself up from dreams, because they were so bad. At first I'd try to do the whole "this is my dream, I'm in charge thing" but it didn't work. So I just woke up. Years later found out about lucid dreaming, and thought "That's real fucking neato, because no one in my family had ever been awake in a dream. TL;DR Dream monsters and things that use your fear scare me.
The Fourth Kind scared the shit out of me. Couldn't sleep after that, so I stayed up all night and kept hearing beeping noises outside my window. I had never been that scared in my life to the point where I was afraid to leave my room and I constantly looked over my shoulder until I watched it. The effects occasionally linger...
Agreed actually. Usually when I see shit like what you posted I think "what a judgmental faggot", but you are pretty much right.
Session 9 was NOT scary at all, sure maybe if you look at it closely enough it had something there, but why the fuck should you have to closely look at a horror movie to understand why it's creepy/scary/fucked up. I watch scary movies to get scared, not dissect it and look for hidden meanings and messages. Antichrist is just a shitty film.
Eden lake really disturbed me. It's not scary, just the things that happened in it to people and the ending has stayed with me for months. The fourth kind was scary, but the woman telling the story looked so fake I couldn't help but think wat.
Kairo, and to a lesser degree Noroi Uncut, if you can handle subtitles. I thought VHS was really fun. The Descent is amazing, as is REC. Old school movies such as The Exorcist, The Thing, Poltergeist, all good value. And "Inside" is a happy bit of fun...
>Insidious (some parts were laughable, but the old woman stuck with me) >Noroi (fine for a few days until I remembered the ending) >the 4th kind (please cinnamon aliens please don't probe me) >signs (mexican kid's birthday party... oh god) >eraserhead (so unsettling) >thirteen ghosts (saw it as a kid... scared of sexy women in my bathtub and also of the jackal)
I don't really get scared of movies, but there are a fw that have made me jump.
Don't be Afraid of the Dark did once or twice, but it wasn't particularly scary. The Grudge, when it came out, scared me the first time I watched it (I was 11). I guess some movies with haunted dolls/toys/stuffed animals get me sometimes because I have his ratty old stuffed orangutan that, when I was younger, I was convinced would murder my entire family and I in my sleep if I didn't "love him enough" (sleep with him in my bed).
since ive been about 15 or older.. none, ever. that includes watching them high out of my mind in the dark late at night. although they are interesting, they just dont genuinely scare me. feel free to toss a name my way you think would change this
Honestly the first rec. The whole movie was good but the part that made me shit my pants was the scene with the little girl. It was a fucking screamer but one you anticipated and what made it scary was that it took it's fucking time to jump at you. You're sitting there going "oh fuck oh fuck ohfuck! wait...what? I tho-OH FUCKINGSHITMYDICKFELLOFFOHFUCK"
>>10759930 Fuck the fourth kind man! The scene where the guy floats off the bed freaked me the fuck out. I woke up after watching it and it was 3:33, I freaked the fuck out and put every light on in my room before going back to sleep.
Paranormal 1-3 were kind of scary. They built up the tension so well by showing absolutely nothing for ages. And you just sat there thinking "NOW! ITS GOING TO HAPPEN NOW!.... wait never mind" then as soon as you calm down BAM! There is one part I think in the third one where they are in the dark for like 5 minutes. Nothing but black screen. And my fucking heart was pounding like crazy. Nothing happened. But fuuuuck.
The Fourth Kind was laughable to me. The scary alien voices sounded too retarded to actually be forming words in any language. Also the video interference was too stylized to be believable. Also, Mila Jovovich hasn't been able to act her way out of a paper bag since Fifth Element.
Paranormal Entity was actually a little creepier than paranormal activity, in my opinion. Also, movies that ruined me for weeks: The Ring ( i was 11) The Grudge The 4th Kind Quarantine Insidious was okay until the end, which I found laughably bad.
I watch a ton of horror movies, but the one that surprisingly got me was no any of the 'classics' no Blair Witch, no Exorcist, no Shining, the one that got me was The Strangers.
They looked so unnerving with the rags on there heads, and that bit were they look out of the basement window and that guy is just standing there over the road, fuck me that was the closest I came to shitting myself. It wasnt even that much of a jump scare but fuck man.
Also that part in The Others where the mother pulls the veil of her dauther and she has that fucked up old woman face used to scare me bad I was younger, shame its laughable now
incandenza's last work before he killed himself, unnamed, they say it's so entertaining (not scary) that once you watch it you cease to function, basically die, because you don't want anything more in life afterwards. so it basically does what the grifter does but for real
my mom is hard of hearing so we always used subtitles. the part where theyre in the tent (when the witch eventually starts hitting their tent and then chasing them) had subtitle text like ("Children giggling."), but of course we couldnt hear it.
I don't really get scared by movies. They either fall under "grossout/gore" or "try-hard special effects" or lately, they've become lazy and it's almost like "invisible shit's happening, use your imagination". I watched Blair Witch and it was just boring. I couldn't sit through Paranormal Activity, either.
The Ring was creepy, I liked seeing the story come together. I liked how it had a story-within-a-story.
>>10762435 This movie was really unsettling, especially the later parts where the mother is getting the medical/mental treatment.
>>10763394 ET didn't scare me at all. If anything, it made me cry. It might still, I haven't seen it since I was a little kid.
Paranormal activity bugged me because spirits have a good shot of existing and possession is a very real thing, the exorcism of Emily rose bugged me because of the 3:00 thing and I have heard stories from priests about other exorcisms in the catholic church. But over all the 4th kind fucking scared the shit out of me, her face when she is being take. Over by aliens horrifys me, glad that bitch is in a wheel chair
The first tape in V/H/S has been creeping me out a lot, recently. House of the Devil and The Innkeepers did a great job of building up terror, but Ti West completely missed it in his segment of V/H/S. I was so disappointed.
I guess the films Kansen, Kairo, Ringu, and Gin Gwai still keep me on edge when I think of them while alone in a dark room.
Jesus dick it scared the living fuck out of me when I was younger. What's worse is that my mom said it was real and left me to believe that for about a year, until she finally revealed that it was all fake and she was messing with me. I was seriously fucking scared.
PA 1 for a while, it looked legit and i thought it was for a time. The Grudge, it made me fear the bed. Grave Encounters, i liked those tv shows so it was a perfect step for me. It had good parts in it but a lot of jump scares too. The Fourth Kind, i seriously thought it was legit.
Dat fucking eye, man. Also, the dream sequence, where Sadako runs over and grabs her arm creeped me out. It's because she thought she was just an observer in the dream, then suddenly, the other people in the dream are like "lol Sadako, where you runnin' to?" and Sadako just bolts it over to her and grabs her.
Blaire Witch Project. The only reason is 'cause my friends and I had to walk home from the theater through a wooded area and got a bit lost. Wasn't long before my friends were hearing shit in the woods. We ran like bitches til we found a streetlight.
>>10762241 The Woman in Black movie sucked. I saw a live play production of The Woman in Black at a small theater in Tacoma a few years before the movie was made. It was way creepier than the movie. Plus, the whole time I watched the movie, I kept waiting for Harry Potter to pull out his magic wand or jump on his broom and fly around.
I was angry at the stupid bitch in the Blair Witch project more than anything. Now that I think about it I can't remember being scared at all. I was really disappointed. I even went to the trouble of making sure no one was home, all the lights were off and I used my headphones.
I just watched Martyrs a couple of days ago and it messed me up bad. That hasn't happened with a horror movie since high school. I don't even know if that movie would be classified as horror. Nevertheless, it made me feel really uneasy.
Tonight I watched Haute Tension. Another uncomfortable movie but no where near as tense as Martyrs.
I still can't understand how people found Insidious scary. I've watched that alone at night, with all lights turned off and found it pretty fucking boring.
The plot itself is as elaborate as most contemporary horror story - that's to say, not very much so. Can't really differ it from the likes of "The Woman in Black", "Drag me to Hell" or "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" (the recent remake).
Anyway, just saying. Also, I'd have to agree with the anon who thinks the demon looks like Darth Maul - that was what I was thinking while watching it.
Fact is Hollywood won't ever produce a truly engaging horror film. It's just not suitable for that.
>>10763552 If you're into oriental horror films, may I recommend you Gwai Wik. While not as aesthetically good as it could be, or even frightening for that matter, I found it to have something horror films generally lack: a narrative purpose.
Okay I really do hate to sound like a hipster hating on something that 90% of /x/ likes, but I just wanna say I didn't find Noroi scary. Infact, I can barely remember anything about the movie, just the ending (which also didn't scare me)
Maybe I just need to rewatch it or something but yeh, the first watch of it did absolutely nothing for me.
As for a movie that did scare me though, I'm throwing another vote out to The Fourth Kind. One of the few /x/ recommended movies that actually had me shitting bricks of gold (probably due to me being terrified of aliums)
>Being scared of Paranormal Activity movies I like to call them "Noises and Sounds", since that's all they are. Not scary in the slightest. >Being scared of insidious There was one part of that movie that made me go "whoa", but the rest was actually funny, even though it was suppose to be a horror movie. The only movie I can think of that creeped me out a bit was the the fourth kind, but only a little creepy, nothing major.
lol paranormal activity wasnt scary and for all you people saying insidious was scary then youre fucking retarded that movie was so dumb it made me want to punch a baby . ive been watching scary movies since i was roughly 4(24 now) and none of the new "horror" movies do it for me even the freddy and jason movies are bleh.... i can honestly say that the last movie that actually scared me was silent hill and even then it only made me anxious( probably cus i was high out of my fucking mind). if any of you could recomend me an actually scary movie i would be eternally grateful.
I'm not trying to be "edgy and cool" or "badass" by saying this, but COME ON! None of the Paranormal Activity movies are scary in the slightest bit. I found them to be laughable especially the 3rd one, I laughed my ass off at that one. I can see the Ring as possibly scary, but PA movies are joke, put them in the Comedy section, not Horror.
>mfw everyone saying "ur a pussy for being scared of [movie], the only movie that ever scared me was hardcore stuff like [not-scary movie] also >opinions >"it's shit"
The first movie to ever scare me was the original House on Haunted Hill, when I was young. Signs, 13 Ghosts, The Exorcist, and The Blair Witch Project scared me growing up. Recent movies to creep me out are Noroi, Occult (besides the very end, anyway), The Eye, Kairo, The Strangers (dat music), and Paranormal Activity. I really prefer atmosphere, lingering haunting, subtle horror (like Picnic at Hanging Rock) than anything else.
The Ring is shitty and unscary, especially compared to Paranormal Activity. and >being scared from A Serbian Film >political symbolism scaring you Really, anon? I mean it's disturbing and not something I'd wanna watch again, but it certainly didn't scare me.
>>10764409 I think part of the problem is a generational one. If you look at films that _I_ think are genuinely frightening, like The Exorcist, and Kubrick's The Shining, with modern eyes, they come off a little bit goofy. A younger person might laugh at them, and say that some torture-porn flick scared them. Maybe it's a reflection of how our society has become more urban and secular. Maybe I'm a screaming, shit-smeared retard, too..
grave encounters is the scariest movie I have ever watched. Paranormal activity one was also good, but something about grave encounters just put me over the edge. also, marblehornets, if that counts as a movie.
>>10764713 Idk I'm 21 and I'm not a fan of gore or torture, although Cannibal Holocaust creeped me out a lot (tbh it was more the atmosphere of it that scared me, not so much the gore... also the music... and it reminded me of Heart of Darkness). I just think it's stupid. Why would I want to watch someone getting tortured? I'd rather watch spooky goasts or psychological horror stuff.
>>10764820 See, that's another thing. What's scary is purely subjective. I can see how someone watching the first Paranormal Activity flick might say "Jesus fuckin dick-knuckles, this is boring. When is someone gonna get fucked in the eye with a drill?" Whereas I think it's a really good skurry movie (though I doubt I'd put it in any top ten lists).
>The Grudge (only on the first watch, second time through it was meh) >The Exorcist >Paranormal Activity 1&2 >The Ring >some jap movie about demons/ghosts entering babies bodies to be reborn and some bitch can see it happen. dont know what its called but there is a scene where some prego bitch has a ghost heading towards her cuz it wants to enter her baby >Blair Witch Project >One night in Paris
I'm not a terribly avid horror-movie watcher, it simply doesn't cross my mind to watch them, although I've seen some really well-done ones. The movie that put me in the darkest place I've been in just about ever was a Michael Douglas movie called The Game. I should mention that I was taking another stab at smoking hash oil at the time, and as the film went on my paranoia mounted and mounted to the point where by the end of the film I was nearly crying. It was horrifying, I felt like I was going out of my mind along with him. I've done all manner of psychedelics and I still have never had quite as bad an experience as I had when smoking hash oil and watching The Game. It's not terribly bloody or violent or even terribly supernatural, but it got inside my head when I was a bit vulnerable and it cranked the paranoia up to 11. I felt supremely untrusting of people for a few days afterwards, and I'm usually a very trusting person.
I laughed at the fourth kind. Because of the god damn setting. I live in Alaska and I've been to Nome, and there are no trees or mountains in sight. Laughed my ass off the whole movie from the setting. It looks more like Oregon than Alaska.
>>10760439 >>10760603 Everyone in this thread except for these two guys and the one below are clearly not avid horror fans, repeatedly posting the same unscary movies like some sort of hivemind. I leave /x/ for one strange eon and THIS is what you do to it? shame on you. Pic related, how you all make me feel. >>10761233 5 star post, Bro of leaves.
Can't believe noone has said Man Bites Dog yet. But yeah, that. If you want a good dose of fucked up watch it and The Poughkeepsie Tapes back to back. The two most horrifically disturbing films I've seen so far.
>The Fourth Kind Fucking. Owls. >Blair Witch Project Didn't scare me too much. Sure it was creepy as shit because spooky woods, but I was more annoyed that you didn't get to see the witch and there really wasn't much detail/history on the Blair witch. Just some bitch that was a cunt and ate kids or some crap. >Evil Dead Shub Niggurath. Black Goat with 1000 Young. Nopenopenope. Rape Trees and fucked up make up with so much gore. >The Birds Those fucking birds... >IT Tim Curry as a clown and just the shit he said half the time. >The Thing Both the older and recent one are great and just how the monster eats is scary as fuck
The Strangers and Vacancy terrified me. Wolf Creek, too, albeit a very slow beginning. Other horror films I really enjoyed though didn't scare me quite as much were Quarantine, Funny Games, The Descent, and 28 days later
You fucks wanna get hipster with me? There's this fucked up frenchie movie called "Inside", shit is scary as fuck. This movie is also known as "Robo-cop kills a zombie and protects a baby", according to the guy who live-streamed it ages ago. Yeah, it's subtitled.
I can't believe anyone felt scared watching Insidious, it was an okay movie, but it wasn't scary, same goes for session 9. The only movie I have ever felt scared in was with Eraserhead, any other movie has failed to make me have the same feeling as that did.
I forget the name of the movie but in it there was some sort of invisible airborn virus or something that started to manifest world wide that caused people to seek out the nearest and quickest means of suicide and kill themselves. I think it turned out that the earth itself was releasing the virus as a defense mechanism for pollution and shit. It wasn't a horror movie exactly but it was the most unnerving movie I've ever seen. I remember the scene where a group of travelers were trying to escape it and as they were walking they all suddenly started taking turns shooting themselves with the cops gun that was traveling with them. Even the children.
The last time a horror movie scared me was the sixth sense, when I was a kid.
After that I got over horror movies and haven't found one to do it for me. Now then, scary games? I NOPE like a bitch. But I just cannot find a film that does it for me. This thread is giving me some hope in The Fourth Kind, I'll be watching it tonight, but if this doesn't do it I just don't know.
Nowadays I get my scares from short clips and videos. Youtube 'ghost' videos and such. That may seem silly but it's just... when I'm watching a movie, every part that isn't 'scary' reminds me it's a movie, it's a story I'm being told.
Meanwhile something like turkey gobble guy will strike a nerve because it's short, I'm not given backstory and a million conversations about random related shit, I'm just given the scare and the reaction.
It's all set and setting. You have to have a little imagination and WANT to be scared, and if you're a guy (seems most/all here are) that means being OK with being vulnerable. Frankly, a lot of you don't seem old enough to be ok with that (so you talk about when you were a kid, when it was ok)... but let me tell you, once you have kids, the world becomes a much scarier place.
Watched the majority of films people have found scary and not found any of them to frighten/unsettle me, the most I can hope for is an entertaining/interesting "horror" film like In the Mouth of Madness.
resident evil had me up all night for a week and anxious at night time for about 2 years after I watched it as a kid. even still I get the heaby jeabies and thoughts of resident evil zombies while walking alone in the dark.
I feel as if the only movie that actually managed to scare me was The Blair Witch Project. I don't know what it is... just the atmosphere and the setting I suppose. When I was younger I had a weird obsession with The Ring. I would go on roleplay sites dedicated to them and just read what people were doing. Lol.
Watched The Fourth Kind last night. It wasn't as scary as I anticipated. Some of you probably think I deserve the disappointment that came way for watching it, well, I thought I'd just give it a shot. There were some creepy parts, though.
I'd recommend Cinderella. After a long, long string of disappointing Asia horror movies, this Korean flick genuinely freaked me out. Audition was good as well, but it's really slow-moving.
>Paranormal activity 1 Did good for a starter, the potential is all there and it did a good job.
>Paranormal activity 2 A perfectly good sequel with interesting plot elements added in
>Paranormal activity 3
BALLS ON HEAD RETARDED, DIDN'T EVEN COVER HOW THE HOUSE SET ON FIRE EVEN THOUGH IT SHOWED IT IN THE TRAILER, OH THE GRAN WAS THE PERSON WHO LET THE DEMON IN? WHAT A TWIST, GOD FUCKING DAMNIT HOW COULD YOU DO THIS TO ME IT HAD SO MUCH POTENTIAL BUT YOU RUINED IT, FUCK YOU
>Pic related, it's the demon in Paranormal activity 4 and he is trying to atone for being naughty
E.T. still freaks me the fuck out to this day. Something about the way he looks just taps in to some kind of primal fear the way not even xenomorphs or any other monster meant to be frightening can. Then you have the actual scenes from the movie... When the kid finds him in the grass, the scene where he is hiding in the dolls, the scenes in the end where he is all gray and dying... Fuck, I am uneasy just thinking about it.
Dr. Giggles House on Haunted Hill (remake with geoffrey rush) Dead Silence Blair Witch Project (saw it when I was like 7) and uhh all of the paranormal activity movies. I hate to admit it, but I had trouble sleeping the night after I saw each of them
jacob's ladder scared the shit out of me the first time i saw >dat portrayal of hell also the poughkeepsie tapes, the interview with the slave and she went to go scratch her head and she didn't have a hand. caught me by surprise man
noroi, jacobs ladder(the movie or the piercing), rec, shutter, and the twilight zone movie( but that's mostly cause i saw it when i was like 6 and my mom snuck outside my window and scared the ever lovin shite out of me.
Can anyone recommend me any (scary) short films of about 30 min or so? I'm not one of you dark souls that aren't scared of anything, so... yeah. Bonus points if it's based on a true story / actual footage.
The Maid, it's not really scary but it's my favorite ghost movie. If you like ghosts this is a really good story.
There was another really good ghost story about a painting where the woman in the painting was killed, so you can petition her ghost to do kill someone for you. I completely forget that name, but I enjoyed watching that one.
You probably won't read this, because I replied so late, but I have seen that film as well. It's the same directors of Gin Gwai, right? I loved it. Good, original story, creepy, and I love that "other worlds" stuff.
Visitor Q. It's hard to classify the genre, but it's one of Miike's best. It isn't scary, though most plebs would call it disturbing. I wasn't exactly shocked, but it definitely lingers. That's exactly how he wants it, the audience experiencing a strong sense of voyeurism, of witnessing private... ahem, family matters. Also, when I was a kid, I saw Idle Hands. >mfw I'm under the bed
Invisible/ethereal shit has always given me the willies. Zombies, vampires, werewolves etc all have a definite way of being able to be killed, but ghosts (like in the grudge) can get you wherever you are and cannot be killed.
you can't find it anymore because yes, it does kill people; everyone who watches it, like you said. or brain death at least. government went and got it, all the copies, Canada and the US. can't say I'm not happy about that.
it isn't a horror film so it doesn't really belong here, but it definitely deserves a thread of its own.
When I saw The Grudge when it came out, I hadn't seen anything like it and was genuinely scared. It really turned me over to watching Asian horror films for a similar experience. The Tokyo Nights version of Paranormal Activity was fantastic.
But I mostly only found movies truly scary as a kid; watching Jacob's Ladder and The Changeling (1980) as a little kid was frightening. And although Suspiria was cheesy, the barbed wire scene was so bizarre that it always stuck with me.
I'm usually a huge fan of horror movies but I'm the weakest little chicken shit ever. I get really engrossed in films that have amazing folklore or backstory since that seems to add to the element of creepy.
But stuff that's also just what the fuck sometimes creeps me the fuck out and makes it so I can't even step outside when it's dark.
Noroi The Strangers Grave Encounters XTRO 1 and 2 Ju On 1 and 2
I really want to see The Poughkeepsie Tapes but not sure if I can handle it.
For me, it's almost not the scary factor or if there are scary parts like BAM-Face right there jump out of your seat scary. It's more so the psychological aspect where I'm worried, if I see it I'll be paranoid and scared the same could happen to me. It's kind of how I was with The Strangers after I saw it since I live near a forested area with little city light.
How dafuq do you not have 'The Shrine' in here?! It was more of a jumpscare, but still! A TALE OF TWO FUCKING SISTERS I cried ;_; The story's hard to get your head around, though. They're both on Netflix.
- Thesis (Tesis, 1996 Spanish film) - Even the Wind is Frightened (Hasta el viento tiene miedo, original mexican 60s version ) - balir witch (when i belived in paranomal stuff and thought it was true) - exorsist (it still scares the shit out of me) - texas chainsaw (original 70s version) - the ring (kind of did the job) - The Book of Stone (El Libro de piedra, 1969 Mexican horror film)
- Thesis (Tesis, 1996 Spanish film) - Even the Wind is Frightened (Hasta el viento tiene miedo, original mexican 60s version ) - balir witch (when i belived in paranomal stuff and thought it was true) - exorsist (it still scares the shit out of me). - texas chainsaw (original 70s version) - the ring (kind of did the job) - The Book of Stone (El Libro de piedra, 1969 Mexican horror film)
>>10760603 watch AntiChrist and then camp in the woods and you'll get it. This movie made the serenity of nature fucking terrifying but you have to get out of the burbs for a few days to feel it no hipster
The Hill Run Red - I don't actually remember most of the movie but there is one scene where the "killer" breaks from your standard slasher stereotype that is just completely unexpected and immensely fucked up.
Can't believe so many people in this thread said The 4th Kind - I watched it last night because of how many people said it was terrifying and found it completely awful. I know it's all personal preference, but I can't believe people found it terrifying. Trying Megan is Missing tonight
>>10760471 but why, bro? I love the deep web. I think it's fascinating, but only to a point, gets boring after a while. fortunately, I have never came across any CP and would never go actively looking for it.
>>10773927 >dont cry, i know you dont actually have one (no your hand doesn't count) >at 22, being called a 12 yo doesn't offend me >what does being 12 have to do with liking a film? just because you don't like it doesn't make me a child >and anyway, are you so old and wise?? clearly >does all the anal fisting your dad gives you make your BUTTHURT so that's why you're grumpy >you both suck and fail at life; everyone hates you; even your mother. she left you, that's why you're now daddy's little slut >blahblah go die in a fire >pic related; this dude is better looking than you and your family. >>10773950 I am mom? no thanks, I'd rather rip my own ovaries out with my teeth than squeeze another human being out my vagina at this point in time.
Can't believe that the orginal Texas Chain Saw Massacre has only been mentioned once in this thread. A very, very unsetlling film. Not jump scares really, just a constant feeling of dread and hopelessness throughout. Also, the very fact that someone could make a film filled with so much despair and "nastiness" is pretty grim too. Other scary films in my opinion -The Shining, Silent Hill, IT, The Grudge (remake), Event Horizon,
>>10762517 oh god yes. haunted my mind for years. Also, not horror, but Don't Look Now. I watched it when I was about six or seven, that fucking twist at the ending lost me nights of sleep and still creeps me out a bit even now.
Seriously, that is the only film to ever have interfered with my sleep, and genuinely scared me to crap. It pushes all of my buttons about being watched and randomly abducted, and people going into your home and all that shit... O-only me then?
Ghostwatch. A BBC mockumentary, it really gets to you.
anonymous | 2012-08-19 13:02:52 UTC
You are all pussies. Movies don't scare me.
anonymous | 2012-09-10 06:19:13 UTC
Whoa, look out, we got a badass over here!
anonymous | 2012-09-15 11:07:45 UTC
Not a movie, but there was a show called Fear Itself on a few years ago that I got hooked on, kind of like the Twilight Zone, but was actually really well written and had great twist endings at times (one episode about this kid's father disappearing in the woods and coming back possessed by a Wendigo scared the shit out of me)
anonymous | 2012-10-06 21:34:45 UTC
What the fuck why are people scared of a Serbian Film? It's a stupid exploitation film with baby fucking for no reason. But noo, it's ""art"". A ""metaphor"".