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jo2love posted 10/31/2013 12:48 PM

I am a scaredy cat. Lost Boys was just on tv and now I'm watching Halloween. I'm going to be kicking myself when it's bedtime. Why the heck do I do this to myself?

I'm going to need to look at a heck of a lot of kitten and puppy pics to bleach my brain.

[This message edited by SI Staff at 12:50 PM, October 31st (Thursday)]

Tred posted 10/31/2013 12:50 PM

40th anniversary of The Exorcist. Probably the scariest I ever saw, but I was pretty young then.

ETA: We used to get drunk down in Georgetown and go sit on the steps between Prospect and M near the house used in the filming. It's actually a bit of distance from the bedroom window to the steps.

[This message edited by Tred at 12:51 PM, October 31st (Thursday)]

jo2love posted 10/31/2013 12:52 PM

I've never seen that movie. I should flip Sesame Street on, but then I'll dream about snuffaluffagas hunting me down.

nowiknow23 posted 10/31/2013 12:58 PM

snuffaluffagas is CREEPY. Have you ever watched his eyes?

I'm working from home and I've got "The Haunted" playing on the tv. Back to back episodes playing today, and I'm letting them play. While I'm alone. In the middle of NOWHERE.

lieshurt posted 10/31/2013 13:01 PM

40th anniversary of The Exorcist. Probably the scariest I ever saw, but I was pretty young then.

I was 6 when my dad took me to see it. I was terrified to sleep in my bed after that. I watched some of it the other night. It still gives me the creeps.

jo2love posted 10/31/2013 13:02 PM

snuffaluffagas is CREEPY. Have you ever watched his eyes?

Right?! What is up with those eye lashes?

You are a brave person, Nik.

TrulyReconciled posted 10/31/2013 13:02 PM

The Conjuring.

It will scare the shiite out of you ...

And, it's a True Story. The people waited 30 years to tell it.

[This message edited by TrulyReconciled at 4:05 PM, October 31st (Thursday)]

nowiknow23 posted 10/31/2013 14:20 PM

Two minutes...

Clarrissa posted 10/31/2013 14:55 PM

The Conjuring *was* creepy, probably more so since it's true.

Saw The Exorcist a long time ago. Really wouldn't mind seeing it again.

Now one "scary" movie I didn't find so was The Ring. I'd heard all the hype about how it was scarier than The Exorcist, it would give you nightmares, etc. So I watched it. And kept thinking "Okay, when's the scary part??" Admittedly there was *one* part that was kinda creepy: when the girl climbs out of the TV (hope that's not a spoiler for anyone...) but scary? Nah, not a bit.

JustDone posted 10/31/2013 15:14 PM

For jo2love:

(Hey, don't blame me, it's TR's fault
(see the Happy Halloween thread)

[This message edited by JustDone at 3:14 PM, October 31st (Thursday)]

JustDone posted 10/31/2013 15:17 PM

p.s. 30 Days of Night creeped me out...

p.p.s And I'm not falling for any of those video links!

[This message edited by JustDone at 3:19 PM, October 31st (Thursday)]

jo2love posted 10/31/2013 15:24 PM


Justdone, That is freaky!

Kittens. Where are cute, cuddly, non-zombie, non bloodsucking kittens?

Wasn't Conjouring based on a real house?

JustDone posted 10/31/2013 15:25 PM

I put some on the Halloween thread, bottom of 2nd page.

Rebreather posted 10/31/2013 16:11 PM

I quit scary movies. Nope. No more. I have nightmares after watching the fucking Walking Dead! (and not just because it is terrible, StillGoing! lol)

Nature_Girl posted 10/31/2013 16:32 PM

Oh, The Ring was so stupid. Puh-lease. Same with Blair Witch. At what point was BW scary? I sat there through the entire movie feeling puzzled, wondering if I was being punk'd.

Having been married to a psychopath (LOL!), I think I'm ruined for stupid made-up Hollywood stuff.

Unagie posted 10/31/2013 17:07 PM

The Exorcist creeps me out. The Conjuring gave me chills. Other then the scene of her crawling out the tv The Ring was meh, same goes for The Grudge, except the scene of her crawling down the stairs...creepy. I'm very much a book person, so of course I plan to reread my favorites Amityville Horror and It...cuz you know using my own imagination to mess with my head is so much fun.

Clarrissa posted 10/31/2013 17:32 PM

I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought The Ring bordered on stupid. It's because of that movie that I *rarely* believe the hype on scary movies. Or any movie for that matter. If it's a sequel, I tend to go by what I thought of the first one. If I didn't like the first one, chances are I won't like the second.

Jpapageorge posted 10/31/2013 17:45 PM

A little music makes things all better:

nowiknow23 posted 10/31/2013 19:11 PM

A little music makes things all better
Yeah... very helpful, Jpapa.

nowiknow23 posted 10/31/2013 19:14 PM

Here you go, Jo -

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