• 8 years 8 months ago
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    :( When I was A Child I was Scare Of SPider And I am stay afriad of them. :(:(
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      • 8 years 8 months ago
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      Steven King's IT also terrified me as a kid when i saw the movie , when Pennywise goes in his more demonic state i had nightmares for weeks

      i'll post a picture as soon as i can to show you what i mean
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        • 8 years 8 months ago
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        Ok this is going to sound really silly but the Santa from that 1-900 Commercial. He just looked so sinster. I was really afraid of Santa back then.
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          • 8 years 8 months ago
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          The wheelers in the movie 'Return to Oz' and the movie 'Poltergiest'.
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            ET. I don't care how cute everyone says it is, that thing is creepy. I still can't watch that movie.
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              Nik wrote:
              I suggest anyone read the book. It's very different from the movie, and it will scare you.



              I agree. Kids looking for easter eggs, factory blows up... parts found around town weeks later... some sick scenes in there.
              Not to mention the mummy/clown woken up the frozen river.

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                Ok, first of all. It's good to know that I'm not a complete sissy. (I do stress complete).

                Return to OZ desturbed me, so did Mr. Boogedy, and Vincent Price's voice on Thriller. Man, now I'm going to have to force myself to watch those so that I can cope!
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                  Being a child of the 80's nothing scared me more than the fear of Nuclear War.. It was in the news in magazines it was everywhere. The Cold War really sucked eggs. I used to constant dreams of nuclear holocaust. Still do occasionally. We where all over exposed in the 80's..
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                    Saberclaw wrote:
                    ET. I don't care how cute everyone says it is, that thing is creepy. I still can't watch that movie.


                    No kidding. I just about crapped in my seat when I saw it at the theater. It just looked too wrong to be lovable. :shock:

                    The elongated alien that came lurching out of the mothership in Close Encounters freaked the hell out of me. The musical score at that moment really added to the effect.

                    Poltergeist. Thoughts of that flick would terrify me if I happened to wake up in the middle of the night. Curse that clown. I spent many weeks getting over that mess.
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                      IT, that was a freaky movie, especially that one part where the kid is trying to get his paper boat from the sewer drain and he was there!!!

                      Poltergeist.....'They're heeerre!'. That was a social phenomenon, much like 'Use the force Luke'.
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                        Poltergeist hands down! That movie was just too much, especially the part where the guy eats the chicken and when he goes into the bathroom to wash his face, it starts coming off :shock: !!!
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                          Videodrome is pretty freaky deaky even though I saw it around 5 years ago, I could only imagine what it would've been like as a child.
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                            Yeah, Poltergiest did it for me. I remember runnig screaming out of the theater when i was a small child. My pparents thought I could take since I did not cry when E.T. died, boy where they wrong.
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                              • 8 years 8 months ago
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                              The 1979 Amityville Horror and the Exorcist.

                              Also, friends of my parents had a teenage son who used to make home made horror/murder movies. He was completely obsessed with horror movies. He had all kinds of horror movie paraphernalia all over his walls (including fake blood). Well, when I was about 5, he showed me one of his home made movies where he beats a guy with a shovel which scared the shit out of me. Then he pulled the shovel out of the closet. I was afraid of him after that.
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                                Wow its like you guys were reading my mind. I was totally scared of clowns and dolls. I remember staying with an aunt who collected dolls around the time Child's Play came out. Of course she kept a cabinet full of them in the room I was sleeping in. Needless to say I didn't sleep well. Oh and those puppets from the "Land of Confusion" video. Especially the Ronald Reagan one. Damn you Genesis.

                                My first post WOHOO!
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                                  The other day my girlfriend brought up how she was scared of the boogieman from The Real Ghostbusters cartoon... I soon agreed. That thing freaked me out: oversized noggin, big red lips and a blue face... creepy stuff for us kids.
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                                    Welcome Freebird :)

                                    These are always interesting but no one has mentioned the one that Scared me the most as a kid. I still feel kinda weird saying this cause I like both of these movies now, but Terminator 2 and Alien probably scared me the most when I was a kid. I saw them on TV when I was about 7 or 8. I'd sit awake in my bed with a bat, the windows open, and all the doors closed, especially my closet doors. No dark spaces were allowed. :shock:

                                    And I agree that IT is a really creepy movie and an even creepier book.
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                                      Bigfoot. I was fascinated with and at the same time horrified by Sasquatch.
                                      The thought of some big hairy monster roaming the woods sent shivers down my spine. I read all I could about it and watched any movie related to Bigfoot. This might have been a mistake.
                                      There was one movie in particular, I believe it was called Mysterious Monsters. One scene had a woman sitting on her couch in front of a big picture window. All looks normal for a bit, then suddenly you see a massive shadow pass by the window.The woman is oblivious to this, and she continues to watch TV or whatever it is she is doing. Then a huge hairy hand smashes through the window and grabs her. She struggles, and gets away.Her husband heads for the door to investigate and when he opens it, a bigfoot is standing right in front of him.
                                      To this day I will not sleep near a window.
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                                        Pet Sematary scared the hell out of me when i was a kid , the scene where gage rises from his grave to kill his parents and Judd gave me nightmares for weeks

                                        how on earth did it not get BANNED
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                                          Mathematika wrote:
                                          The 1979 Amityville Horror and the Exorcist.
                                          The Exorcist scared the crap out of me as a kid and it still does. I can't watch it alone, EVER! The only movies that frighten me are ones that involve demonic possession. Speaking of which, there's a new exorcism movie coming out next month called "The Exorcism of Emily Rose." I watched the trailer today (while partially covering my eyes, of course). :)
                                          Also, any scary movie based on a true story scares me as well.
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