i didnt watch it but one movie trailer gave me the scare<br />
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haunting of connecticut- ghosts of georgia

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My birth.

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lmao!

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I guess it comes down to what you find uniquely scary, but my personal favourite is "The Descent". <br />
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The isolation, the dark confined space, the things lurking in the dark, the music, the location, the tension. It's all very well made.

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Sorry, I watched that years ago, and didn't jump once. Decent horror film I suppose, but not enough to scare me.

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Same, it didn't scare me, but it was refreshing. It didn't play out how I expected it too. It was different.

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the scaryest has to be "the hills have eyes" and "the ring"

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care bears for stoned people coz that would really freak the s*** outta them

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Insidious and Sinister!<br />
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Rent them, you won't be disappointed. The Fourth Kind is pretty unnerving as well.

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Nancy Pelosi in full make-up at any State of the Union address. Arrrghhh!

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Only those old enough to have experienced " Night of the Living Dead" when it was first shown at movie theaters could understand why I feel that this is the scariest horror film ever made. There was very little advertising for this film, it just played as a second feature. Not knowing what you were about to see and it being filmed in black and white caused the viewer to use their imagination to a point that you really belived that the dead could come back to life. This film caused many nightmares.

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A few I would say are creepy would be:A Haunting in Connecticut part 1&2,Sinister,Insidious,Hostel,The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,Orphan.Horror movies don't scare me either...these are on creepier side.

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Threads & Cannibal Holocaust?

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