Scary Movies

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  1. Tay-Mar Jedi Master

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    Jacobs Ladder, that film just freaked me out.
  2. Welshguy Jedi Master

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    I thought I was the only one who did that!

    Wow, people freak out SOOOO much when you do that.

    It's possible to reduce a woman to tears in seconds with a spider in your hands. [face_devil]

    We all got to have our hobbies...

    As for scariest movie.

    House on the Haunted Hill (original of course!).
    Invasion of the Body Snatchers (70's version. The final scene with the screaming Donald Sutherland scared the crap out of me when I was younger).

  3. FatBurt Force Ghost

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    I can manage being in a room with spiders.

    I can quite happily remove one from the room (paper and cup method)


    Touch one though, not a hope in hell.

    It the way they scuttle and you can feel them on you but they have no weight (unless it's a big bugger)


    They look horrible too and far too many legs and eyes.
  4. Tay-Mar Jedi Master

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    Ah ya big bunch of panzies !
  5. Maleficant Jedi Grand Master

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    You tell them Martin! Spiders!?! :p
  6. Happy Ninja Jedi Grand Master

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    I just got back from seeing Land of the Dead.

    It's a "bloody" good film! :D
  7. Maleficant Jedi Grand Master

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  8. Happy Ninja Jedi Grand Master

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    There is only one version. The film only came out here in the UK yesterday, and in June in the States. I think you might be thinking of Dawn of the Dead?
  9. Maleficant Jedi Grand Master

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    Oh wait is that the new movie then? There have been so many remakes of the older ones that I thought it was one of them. 8-}
  10. Lord-Wiz Jedi Master

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    land of the dead looks great! can`t believe it`s only a 15 though [face_frustrated]

    linky

    the game on this site is entertaining too.

    (thank the Force we got off the spider subject :p )
  11. Tay-Mar Jedi Master

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    Arachnids to you Dave [face_batting]

    I must admit the first film I saw that frightened me was Jaws but then again I was only 5 at the time.
  12. Lord-Wiz Jedi Master

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    28 days later. another great british scary movie. can you imagine if that actually happened? or stephen kings "the stand"? man, we would all be screwed.
  13. orn-free-tada Jedi Grand Master

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    scariest movie Ive seen is "the shining"
  14. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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    [face_thinking]

    Hmmmmmm, well I dont scare easily, but a few films have freaked me out

    I'll think about it
  15. Maleficant Jedi Grand Master

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    I love that movie. The best parts are when Jack is trying to kill Wendy...

    Oh wait that's the whole movie pretty much!! :p
  16. Lord-Wiz Jedi Master

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    OMG!! how good does nightwatch look? part one of three, and apparently tarantino loves it!
  17. Happy Ninja Jedi Grand Master

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    Yes, I'm looking quite forward to the Nightwatch Trilogy. The trailer looks really good, and it looks to be a really visual story. I think it's all in Russian, but with English subtitiles -- Thank God for that, because I hate watching dubbed films...except Hong Kong action flicks, because they're just too cool. :D

    I love my Run Lola Run DVD. On one side is the original German language version with subtitles, and the other is the English dubbed version. :D
  18. Lord-Wiz Jedi Master

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    saw nightwatch the other day (gotta love those orange two for one wednesdays :D ). great film. subtitles don`t detract from the film at all. it`s fairly gory and there are two properly "jumpy" moments. the battle scene (s) are spectacular but the story is a bit :confused: at points, but it all becomes clear towards the end. can`t wait for the next installment.

    wibble wibble nightwatch wibble wibble four wibbley eggs out of five wibbley eggs. wibble.
  19. F16WarBird Jedi Youngling

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    What's not to like about that? :p

    j/k

    [:D]
  20. Maleficant Jedi Grand Master

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    Just remember Joe, I know where you sleep. [face_devil]



    :p




    [:D]
  21. Happy Ninja Jedi Grand Master

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    You guys really need to see the "alternate" trailer for "Shining" [face_laugh]
  22. Maleficant Jedi Grand Master

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    Do I really want to Mark?


    Well send me a link ok.
  23. F16WarBird Jedi Youngling

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  24. Maleficant Jedi Grand Master

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    Even the bunnies are out to get me!! [face_laugh]
  25. elelith Jedi Knight

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    That was unpleasant. I may need to go lie down. The Shining terrifyed me SO much. Not helped by the fact that I watched it at night when my Mum was asleep and my Dad insisted on laughing at random moments to scare me. Anyhoo, that is BY FAR, one of the greatest performances by a single human being. Jack rules!!! Especialy the scene where she's locked him in the lardery thing and that camera shot that is sort of back ward and underneath him, wow, that is awsome!! Just a fantastic film and those twins were well scary! I think I need to take a breath now. *goes off to breath.*
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