03 April 2014

[C]reepiest Movies You've Ever Seen?



To continue my Halloween in April (hey, we can have Christmas in July, can't we?) theme, I wanted to throw out a question for everyone.

What is the creepiest movie you've ever seen?

To me, creepy isn't just something gruesome and horror-based. It's something that manages to stay with you long after you've finished the movie.

One of those movies for me is The Conjuring. One scene in particular is when one of the girls has her feet sticking out and she feels something tug on her foot a few times.

Well, I just can't describe it in justice, just watch this clip:

 

 Another movie I think of as really creepy was Stir of Echoes with Kevin Bacon. My favorite part in that movie is when Kevin Bacon's character gets hypnotized for the first time.

Just how the lady describes the theater in that scene is so freaky:

What are the creepiest movies (or movie scenes) you've ever seen?
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18 comments:

  1. Jaws. To this day I still don't like swimming in open water.

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    1. I read the book too and it's so intense!

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  2. I'm not much into horror movies, but I've heard several people mention the Conjuring as one of the scariest.

    I did see Jaws as a kid, though, and it freaked the hell out of me, too.

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    1. Definitely - the music doesn't help either for that movie!

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  3. Oh, Jaws does have that effect.

    In terms of the classic era, there's one called the Uninvited, with Ray Milland and Ruth Hussey in a ghost story.

    The recent Woman In Black has a sequence with Daniel Radcliffe's character hearing a sound coming from a nursery in an empty house... and it's the rocking chair moving. There's a moment that follows that I know is coming, and yet still spooks.

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    1. I'm dying to see the Woman In Black! I've heard its really good!

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  4. Stir of Echoes, I agree. It creeped me out.

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  5. Oh I avoid creepy movies as much as I can!

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  6. Hmm.... creepiest... I'd have to say "Two Sisters". It's a Korean horror film, which means it'll be messed up to begin with, but Asian horror is also far more psychological than Western flicks. It still creeps me out, especially the scene in the kitchen. *shivers*

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  7. Have seen conjuring... not the other one thou

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  8. Let's scare Jessica to Death! It's old, but that movie freaked me the hell out.

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    1. I haven't heard of that one! That's another one to add to my list!

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  9. Cocoon. It creeped me out when my parents took me to see it in the theatre when I was 5-6 years old, and it scared the daylights out of me again at twelve when a teenage babysitter and I were watching TV and that movie and scene just had to be on when we flipped onto that channel.

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    1. I remember that movie! It always seemed sad to me for some reason.

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  10. I've noticed that about the horror films by them - they are pretty demented!

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  11. I'm not really big on creepy horror films either. Jaws was very tense, and the original Psycho. One of my favorites for suspense though is Wait Until Dark with Audrey Hepburn.

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