whats the scariest movie you ever watched?

i wanna watch a scary movie today but not sure which.

whats the scariest or one of the scariest movie you ever watched?

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  • Magik
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    8 years ago
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    The scariest ones to me are:

    A tale of two sisters: Terrified sisters try to exorcise their home of two dark forces -- their evil stepmother and a vengeful entity -- in this ghostly tale. Hospitalized after their mother's death, young Su-mi (Im Su-jeong) and Su-yeon (Mun Geun-yeong) return home to find a nasty new stepmother (Yeom Jeong-ah). The girls suffer terrifying events, but their father doesn't care, even though evil lurks around every corner.

    Shutter:Tun (Ananda Everingham), a photographer, and his girlfriend, Jane (Natthaweeranuch Thongmee), run over a young girl after a night of drinking and decide to flee the scene. The couple is haunted by the memory of their deadly choice, and soon, they notice their photos contain strange ghostly shapes. When several of Tun's friends die in mysterious circumstances, they realize that they may be haunted by more than just bad memories.

    Fingerprints: A small town lies in limbo some 50 years after a horrific accident that saw a train plow into a school bus filled with children. Can a troubled teen (Leah Pipes) fresh out of rehab unlock the truth about what caused the terrible tragedy? Lou Diamond Phillips and Kristin Cavallari of MTV's "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County" co-star in this supernatural thriller from screenwriting brothers Brian and Jason Cleveland.

    The Orphanage:Fueled by fond memories from her childhood, Laura (Belén Rueda) persuades her husband (Fernando Cayo) to help her revamp a seaside orphanage into a facility for disabled children. But soon after the couple moves in, their son, Simón (Roger Príncep), begins exhibiting disturbing behavior. As Laura tries to understand Simón's increasingly malevolent actions, she becomes drawn into the house's terrifying secrets in this unnerving chiller

    Silent Hill:Determined to save her terminally ill daughter (Jodelle Ferland) from death, Rose (Radha Mitchell) ignores the wishes of her husband and takes her to a faith healer. But her well-intentioned efforts somehow land them in an alternate reality. Now, Rose is in the deserted town of Silent Hill, where her daughter mysteriously disappears and she's left to search for her child in a world of darkness and shadow.

    Premonition: On a family outing, Hideki Satomi (Hiroshi Mikami) comes across a news clipping containing his young daughter's obituary; trouble is, the girl isn't dead. Next thing you know, a freak accident kills her exactly as the article described. Fast-forward three years: When broadsheets again start delivering disastrous future news -- from slayings to train wrecks -- Hideki finds himself trapped in a living nightmare in this chilling horror flick.

    Dorm: When 12-year-old Ton (Charlie Trairat) transfers to an all-boys boarding school, he's taunted by his peers and terrified by their tales about the ghosts that inhabit the school. Ton is utterly miserable -- until he befriends a mysterious fellow pupil (Sirachuch Chienthaworn). Songyos Sugmakanan helms this award-winning supernatural chiller from Thailand.

    The Shining: On the wagon and out of lucrative work thanks to his alcoholism and family troubles, aspiring novelist Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) accepts a position as the off-season custodian at an elegant but eerie hotel so he can write undisturbed. But shortly after Jack, his wife (Shelley Duvall) and his young son (Danny Lloyd) settle in, the ominous hotel begins to wield its sinister power in this chilling horror classic helmed by Stanley Kubrick.

    The Hills have Eyes: Traveling across the American Southwest en route to California, an unsuspecting suburban family is being tracked by a group of hill dwellers whose social skills have failed to evolve -- and who could attack them at any moment. If their vehicle breaks down, or if they stop to stretch their legs, their vacation could end in tragedy. Kathleen Quinlan, Vinessa Shaw, Emilie de Ravin and Dan Byrd co-star in this remake of the 1977 Wes Craven classic.

    Others:

    white noise

    quarantine

    30 days of night

    queen of the damned

    28 weeks later

    28 days later

    the glass house

    the girl next door-dark

    the messengers

    the amityville horror

    thirteen ghosts

    the skeleton key

    what lies beneath

    hide and seek

    ghost ship

    hostel

    poseidon

    dawn of the dead

    village of the damned

    cloverfield

    the devils advocate

    texas chainsaw massacre

    interview with the vampire

    gothika

    one missed call

    land of the dead

    megan is missing

    signs

    Darkness falls

    session 9

    case 39

    misery

    carriers

    sleepy hallow

    the haunting

    the others

    the eye

    the ring

    the grudge

    the crazies

    insidious

    population 436

    afterlife

    the passengers

    i know what you did last summer

    the village

    the orphan

    the exorcist

  • 8 years ago

    1. Halloween

    2. Nightmare On Elm Street

    3. Friday The 13th

    4. Orphan

    5. The Hils Run Red (Never saw before but I have heard of it)

    6. Child's Play (Any of these are funny and scary)

    7. The Mask Maker

    8. The Ring

    9. Paranormal Activity 1,2,3

    10. One Missed Call

    11. The Rest Stop, The Rest Stop 2

    12. Saw 1,2,3,4,5,6,7

    13. Trick-Or-Treat

    14. My Super Phsyco Sweet 16 My Super Physco Sweet 16 2

    I can keep on going on all day. I love scary movies<3 I hope I helped :) Have fun :) And if you go on google or youtube they have a lot of cool scary movie ideas. Also one more is anything with dolls or ventriloquist dolls:) like dead scilence.

  • 8 years ago

    Eden Lake. I am a huge horror movie fan and I found this one to be almost too much for me. I have never had nightmares following a movie and this one kept the dreams coming for a week. I almost had to turn it off 3/4 through. I should say that I think this movie is all the more scary if you have kids and especially teenagers.

  • 8 years ago

    I recently wrote an article about several good ones. You may, or may not have heard of them. I would assume you could rent them, or watch them online. "Five Scariest Little Known Horror Movies" is linked in the source box.

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  • 8 years ago

    It depends what type of horror films your after

    Slasher - Halloween, Friday the 13th, A Nightmare On Elm Street, Hatchet, I Know what you did last summer

    Mess with your head - The Shining, Se7en, The Exorcist, Gothika

    Zombie films - Night of The Living Dead, Land of the Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Day of the Dead, Diary of the Dead, Shaun of the Dead, Zombieland, Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2, 28 Days Late

    Other - Paranormal Activity 1,2,3, Saw, Insidious, Silent Hill

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    The Shining

  • 8 years ago

    Hey Lizzy, watch Haunting in Connecticut. It's mainly based on true events and it's really really scary.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Here's a list:

    Scream

    It

    Orphan

    Haunting in Connecticut

    Misery

    Shutter Island

    The Shining

    The Ring

    Barney

  • 8 years ago

    midnight meat train, its gory/weird/scary and the ending makes you go wth did i just watch

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Hocus Pocus. You'll sh*t your pants.

    EDIT: Nosferatu is supposed to be brilliant. But if you're the type of person who wouldn't appreciate a silent movie from the 1920's then go watch your cgi remakes instead.

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