Old school stuff...but a variety, such as 'The Birds' and/or Jaws...I like the first Sigourney Weaver 'Alien' movie (not crazy about the sequels)...not into films which lean heavily on gory special effects - although in saying that, I don't mind the gory stuff as long as it helps benefit the story line...just don't give me a film that's exclusively about body dismemberment simply because the writer didn't know how to write a good script and these 'scenes' were necessary to save it (at least in their estimation)
probably Dracula with bela lugosi
The original "The Omen"--freaked me out!
haha i was watching this one when i was getting my second tattoo
Thanks to whoever moved my post to merge with this one. Lots of good titles here that I've not seen before. I will see if I can pick any up and give them a whirl. Anyone remember the 'House' series of films in the 80's? They used to scare me but I think they are classed as comedy?
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Thanks to whoever moved my post to merge with this one. Lots of good titles here that I've not seen before.
You're welcome! When convenient, please have a look through your private messages, you will find notification of this thread merge sent last night at 11:51PM EST. I consider the following films as "must see" in the horror genre: Nosferatu (silent) Psycho Rosemary's Baby Night of the Living Dead The Exorcist The Omen Halloween The Shining An American Werewolf in London Poltergeist The Silence of the Lambs (Not considered true horror, but it should be! :wink !(http://serve.mysmiley.net/scared/scared0016.gif[/img] [img]<a href=)http://serve.mysmiley.net/scared/scared0016.gif[/img] [img]http://serve.mysmiley.net/scared/scared0016.gif"/>
silence of the lambs kinda bored me i was dozzing off during the movie alot of yawns but thats my opinion
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The Legend Of Boggy Creek had me checking out my windows for a few days!