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Posted: 1/25/2014 10:53:29 PM EDT
I hate to admit it but for me it was Chucky....I saw it years later and I laughed at it.
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Event Horizon

oh, and Nightmare on Elm Street....as a kid, something like Freddy with fucking razors for fingers fucking with you in your sleep = fuuuuuuu
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Xtro
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I was always most afraid of Freddy Krueger. The whole 'he kills you in your sleep' thing freaked me out.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 10:56:54 PM EDT
The Exorcist scared the shit out of me! Rosemary's Baby was no picnic either..

Then I lived in a house where a famous movie was made and realized... they're just movies..
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Event Horizon

oh, and Nightmare on Elm Street....as a kid, something like Freddy with fucking razors for fingers fucking with you in your sleep = fuuuuuuu
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Yep. Nightmare on Elm Street gave me many nightmares.

As an adult The Ghost and The Darkness fucked with my sleep for 3 nights. Hubby slept on the couch after the second night because I hit him in the face while fighting lions.
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Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
The Exorcist scared the shit out of me! Rosemary's Baby was no picnic either..

Then I lived in a house where a famous movie was made and realized... they're just movies..
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Not the chainsaw house was it?
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       Given the climate at the time, 'Fail Safe' sure made me think.



So did, 'On the Beach'.
 

Link Posted: 1/25/2014 10:59:37 PM EDT
IT & Waxwork were weird.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 11:01:07 PM EDT
Phantasm
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 11:01:39 PM EDT
"Trilogy of Terror" that little doll haunted my dreams.

"Gargoyles", I snuck down the hallway to peek around the corner and watch it while my Mom was sitting on the couch. I can still hear their wailing calls.
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Originally Posted By Capt_Rhodes:


Not the chainsaw house was it?
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Originally Posted By Capt_Rhodes:
Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
The Exorcist scared the shit out of me! Rosemary's Baby was no picnic either..

Then I lived in a house where a famous movie was made and realized... they're just movies..


Not the chainsaw house was it?


It was... hence the handle
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Originally Posted By pcsutton:
       Given the climate at the time, 'Fail Safe' sure made me think.

So did, 'On the Beach'.  

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Yup!
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Originally Posted By Capt_Rhodes:


Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:

The Exorcist scared the shit out of me! Rosemary's Baby was no picnic either..



Then I lived in a house where a famous movie was made and realized... they're just movies..




Not the chainsaw house was it?





It was... hence the handle
Yer kidding?

 
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The ball!
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 11:03:34 PM EDT
I remember this movie to this day. I was 4 at the time if that tells you just how bad it got to me.


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Originally Posted By Illysium:
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Oh fuck, IT scared the shit out of me.  A fucking deranged clown that was everywhere and anywhere at once?  Plus he lured you towards a drain?  I was fucking terrified of drains until about 12-14y/o.  
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       Given the climate at the time, 'Fail Safe' sure made me think.

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Good call!  Both of those worried the hell out of me much more than demon kids.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 11:05:07 PM EDT
I grew up on horror movies. Aside from the usual 'made ya jump' moments, I was never really that scared. But two things used to TERRIFY me when I was little.



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The Fog (original John Carpenter movie)
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The idea of Terminator scared the shit out of me the first time I saw it as well....
 



Oh and IT! I didn't like clowns before but after IT.....I loathe clowns to this day.
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It was... hence the handle
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Originally Posted By Capt_Rhodes:
Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
The Exorcist scared the shit out of me! Rosemary's Baby was no picnic either..

Then I lived in a house where a famous movie was made and realized... they're just movies..


Not the chainsaw house was it?


It was... hence the handle


NO SHIT?!!?!  That's my favorite movie of all time!  I've been to the graveyard and the gas station(I have pics of me in front of it), but was never able to go to the house because they moved it.  Last I saw it's in Kingsland where it was converted to a restaurant.  Damn, I'd love to hear how you ended up there.  You've probably talked about it on here before but I've never heard your story.  Hell, maybe I'll start a chainsaw thread some time and post my pictures of the locations and you can chime in.  Damn, that's crazy!

Oops, ok back to the topic at hand.
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Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
Originally Posted By Capt_Rhodes:
Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
The Exorcist scared the shit out of me! Rosemary's Baby was no picnic either..

Then I lived in a house where a famous movie was made and realized... they're just movies..


Not the chainsaw house was it?


It was... hence the handle
Yer kidding?  


Not at all. It was just an old farmhouse. I admit I was freaked out a bit the first couple of weeks. Hell, I was 19 when I moved in there. Lived there for 14 years.
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The Shining.
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The Shining.
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Jack Nicholson really does fucking nuts way too well.

 
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NO SHIT?!!?!  That's my favorite movie of all time!  I've been to the graveyard and the gas station(I have pics of me in front of it), but was never able to go to the house because they moved it.  Last I saw it's in Kingsland where it was converted to a restaurant.  Damn, I'd love to hear how you ended up there.  You've probably talked about it on here before but I've never heard your story.  Hell, maybe I'll start a chainsaw thread some time and post my pictures of the locations and you can chime in.  Damn, that's crazy!

Oops, ok back to the topic at hand.
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Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
Originally Posted By Capt_Rhodes:
Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
The Exorcist scared the shit out of me! Rosemary's Baby was no picnic either..

Then I lived in a house where a famous movie was made and realized... they're just movies..


Not the chainsaw house was it?


It was... hence the handle


NO SHIT?!!?!  That's my favorite movie of all time!  I've been to the graveyard and the gas station(I have pics of me in front of it), but was never able to go to the house because they moved it.  Last I saw it's in Kingsland where it was converted to a restaurant.  Damn, I'd love to hear how you ended up there.  You've probably talked about it on here before but I've never heard your story.  Hell, maybe I'll start a chainsaw thread some time and post my pictures of the locations and you can chime in.  Damn, that's crazy!

Oops, ok back to the topic at hand.


Make the thread and I'll tell some stories. It was a great place to live until the landlord decided she wouldn't fix anything anymore. And you're correct, the house was chopped up and moved to Kingsland and it's a restaurant now.

My bedroom when I moved in was Grandpa's room in the movie...
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Trilogy of Terror, Child's Play, Pet Sematary.
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Saw 'Fire in the Sky' when I was 9, and I didn't sleep well for 6 months.

The best part? My Dad took me camping in the White Mountains, not far where the events in the movie supposedly took place, just a few months after that. I remember how long it took me to fall asleep, laying underneath those stars . . . .
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 11:18:14 PM EDT
Do any of y'all remember a movie called D.E.W.? I think it was TV, it was on ABC.

Distant Early Warning.

I think I was 12 or 13 when it aired and it scared me to death... lol
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Taken to see Last House on the Left in 1972...I was 9
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 11:19:01 PM EDT
Arachnophobia. Gave zero fucks about spiders before that movie. Saw it 20+ years ago, still hate spiders.

That movie scarred me.
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Arachnophobia. Gave zero fucks about spiders before that movie. Saw it 20+ years ago, still hate spiders.



That movie scarred me.
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A movie I wish I could forget........

 
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Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:


Make the thread and I'll tell some stories. It was a great place to live until the landlord decided she wouldn't fix anything anymore. And you're correct, the house was chopped up and moved to Kingsland and it's a restaurant now.

My bedroom when I moved in was Grandpa's room in the movie...
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Originally Posted By Capt_Rhodes:
Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
Originally Posted By Capt_Rhodes:
Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
The Exorcist scared the shit out of me! Rosemary's Baby was no picnic either..

Then I lived in a house where a famous movie was made and realized... they're just movies..


Not the chainsaw house was it?


It was... hence the handle


NO SHIT?!!?!  That's my favorite movie of all time!  I've been to the graveyard and the gas station(I have pics of me in front of it), but was never able to go to the house because they moved it.  Last I saw it's in Kingsland where it was converted to a restaurant.  Damn, I'd love to hear how you ended up there.  You've probably talked about it on here before but I've never heard your story.  Hell, maybe I'll start a chainsaw thread some time and post my pictures of the locations and you can chime in.  Damn, that's crazy!

Oops, ok back to the topic at hand.


Make the thread and I'll tell some stories. It was a great place to live until the landlord decided she wouldn't fix anything anymore. And you're correct, the house was chopped up and moved to Kingsland and it's a restaurant now.

My bedroom when I moved in was Grandpa's room in the movie...


That creepy ass little room?!  Damn!  Wow!  

I looked into the house/restaurant a few months ago and it looks like it's shut down right now.  Sucks cause I really want to visit it sometime before it gets torn down or something.  Most of the other locations are inaccessible now.  For example the road seen in the final scene.  Can't get up there anymore.  Only real place left to check out is the gas station and cemetery.

I'm about to call it a night but I'll start that thread some time and give you a heads up.

Goddamn chainsaw house!  Damn.
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Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:
"Trilogy of Terror" that little doll haunted my dreams.

"Gargoyles", I snuck down the hallway to peek around the corner and watch it while my Mom was sitting on the couch. I can still hear their wailing calls.
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I watched that when it came out. I was 8 or 9 at the time and freaked me out so much that it created sleep habits that continue to this day.
I know it's not real now but back and even now, then this little bastard looks like pure f#$king evil!
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This
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The Sentinel---when that creepy, bleached white-guy just walks across the room.  Scared the bejeezus outta me--- 1970's style.
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Do any of y'all remember a movie called D.E.W.? I think it was TV, it was on ABC.





Distant Early Warning.





I think I was 12 or 13 when it aired and it scared me to death... lol
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This one?





Distant Early Warning





  • 1975

  • An Arctic radar station is visited by creatures from space. Doc: Herb Edelman. Vic: Michael Parks. Jane: Mary Frann. Dennis: Tony Geary









 
 
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 11:31:42 PM EDT
Night Of The Living Dead; scared the crap out of me!
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The original Night of the Living Dead. Saw it when it first came out as an 8 year old. Spent many a night looking out my 2 floor window scared to death that they were out there in the woods.
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ET! As a kid it scared the fuck out of me. To this day I still have issues watching it.
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planet of the apes  scared the heck out of me in the late 60's
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The only movie that ever freaked me out was the original Salem's Lot when it came out.

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This one?

Distant Early Warning

  • 1975
  • An Arctic radar station is visited by creatures from space. Doc: Herb Edelman. Vic: Michael Parks. Jane: Mary Frann. Dennis: Tony Geary


   
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Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
Do any of y'all remember a movie called D.E.W.? I think it was TV, it was on ABC.

Distant Early Warning.

I think I was 12 or 13 when it aired and it scared me to death... lol
This one?

Distant Early Warning

  • 1975
  • An Arctic radar station is visited by creatures from space. Doc: Herb Edelman. Vic: Michael Parks. Jane: Mary Frann. Dennis: Tony Geary


   


YES! That was it. No real action, just a study in people melting down when they know something bad is happening but don't know what it really is..
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Grew up in Florida, not far from the Cape. Big sci-fi fan early on. Saw Steve McQueen in................The Blob!! The original! Premise was all too believable.  Bug comes from Space in a meteorite, becomes blood sucking blob..................Scared the crap out of me for weeks. Still get a shiver whenever I see a meteor/ite.


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Alien
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Arachnophobia. Gave zero fucks about spiders before that movie. Saw it 20+ years ago, still hate spiders.
That movie scarred me.
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This is the movie that I remember being the one that messed with my head the most.  






Probably too young the first time I watched it.   Didn't help that my dad knew I was freaked, and waited until I was almost asleep and threw this giant rubber tarantula we had on me in bed.




Never knew I could levitate before that, but I'll be damned if I didn't levitate right off the damn bed.  I've watched it a few times since then and find it entertaining.

 
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Not sure it would be a horror movie, but as a youth Poltergeist scared the living shit outta me!!
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I'm going to date myself here-The Blob with Steve McQueen.
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Matango: Attack of the Mushroom People.  I think I was like 5 at the time and it freaked me out.

Curiously most 'horror' movies never scared me when I was little because I would pick on them MST3K style.  Drove my big sister crazy because I was always making cracks like, "That's stupid.  Why doesn't she run out the door instead of up the stairs!" or "How can that guy just get up after getting shot twice in the head?"

The ending of The Exorcist disturbed me because falling down a flight of concrete stairs was a something that could really happen.
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Arachnophobia. Gave zero fucks about spiders before that movie. Saw it 20+ years ago, still hate spiders.

That movie scarred me.
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This.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 11:49:00 PM EDT
The Exorcist and The Shining both came out when I was a kid and scared the crap out of me.
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