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    Think Pink eliz_0311@hellokitty.com's Avatar
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    i agree !

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    LOL I agree with Dead Space
    Its like you're in a horror film with no way out.
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    1.House of 1000 Corpses
    2. Human Centipede
    3. Nightmare on Elm St.

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    Ooh I totally forgot about the Rob Zombie movies.. those also gave me the creeps and still do when I recall some of the scenes. >.<

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    "Pinoochio and the Emperor of the Night" When I was a toddler I had a VHS expecting the movie to be not scary or dark. Everything was going around nicely till this scene came in http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQLaVpqUD_M. I got to scared of this scene as a child that I never watched the movie for years until I was 8 or 10 years old. Im surprised this movie got a rated G. I remember back in the 80's there was alot of dark kids movies according to a reviews series called "Hewy's animated movie reviews".

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    ╰☆╮I AM A SUPERSTAR╰☆╮ melindavang@hellokitty.com's Avatar
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    Eheh. I think Orphan is not that scary. The scary movies i watched is

    The grudge


    And theirs many horror movies i've seen. But i don't really remember the titles

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    the scariest movie I've watched so far is "Unrest" this film revolves around a dead human body who seems to bring misfortune on those who come in contact with it, people die when they try to anger the spirit.. actually i didnt finish this movie, it scared me a lot lol who wouldnt?.. watching alone.. (i have dreamed of it after watching that movie) XD

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    This is hard umn...

    Well, I guess 'The Saw' movie, since I saw parts of it on youtube (it was around halloween one year, I think). What I saw was pretty upsetting. Great Halloween film (best watched around halloween, if ever XD) but better for older people (in fact, kids shouldn't watch it at allXD; ) and not a good idea at all really for people who get frightened too easly.

    A lot of horror movies can have a lot of upsetting/unerving themes, though. But The Saw was just...well...it takes the cake but it's a bit violent though. I'll warn you on...that one...o_o'

    Concider it next time Halloween come's around if your feeling brave about this one though. And maybe it's sequals for the even more daring..yeah.
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  9. #19
    Saw doesnt scare me. but Elmo in grouchland scared the crap out of me when i was a toddler! Pinoochio and the Emperor of the Night Gave me nightmares for 2 weeks.

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    Child's Play,The Exorcist, and Nightmare on Elm Street.

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