What's a really good scary movie that is realistic?
2. The Strangers
6. From Hell
8. Wolf Creek
13. The Last House on the Left
14. The Uninvited
15. The Perfect Getaway
18. When A Stranger Calls
19. Prom Night
20. The Hitcher
What are some good scary movies and some good funny moives out to rent?
1. The Others
2. Haunting in Connecticut
3. Stir of Echoes
4. The Uninvited
5. Exorcism of Emily Rose
6. The Oprhanage
7. The Skeleton Key
8. Drag Me to Hell
9. The Ring
10. The Sixth Sense
11. Amityville Horror
12. The Exorcist
1. Just Friends
2. 17 Again
3. The Hot Chick
4. Mean Girls
5. The House Bunny
6. Never Been Kissed
7. Fired Up
8. Not Another Teen Movie
9. White Chicks
10. I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
12. I Love You Beth Cooper
The Hills Have Eyes
Lady in the Water
Final Destination 3
An American Haunting
Snakes on a plane
When a stranger calls
The Davinci Code
And much much more;)
What scary movies would you recommend, recent or any favorites?
Everyone says the shinning is scary, but it isn't! So, i would say these films (i like some dark movies, i like light movies 2, but i like horror, and i've seen the really, really, really freaky ones) According to top horror movies; Internet Movie Database gave a list of them.
1. The Exorcist (graphics are awesome!)
3. The Shining (it's a good movie)
5. Jaws (it's one of my fave movies, u probably no its not scary at al)
6. The Haunting
7. Rosemary's Baby
What r some scary movies to watch with a couple friends?
1. Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Original)
2. The Shining
3. The Exorcist
4. Tale Of Two Sisters
5. The Thing
6. Cannibal Holocaust (this one is just plain disturbing, don't watch it unless you're OK with seeing gore, animal cruelty, and rape)
FYI. The gore and rape is fake, the animal cruelty is real.
I have a website you can check out if you want more.
Scary movie with mansion, and people kill each other to win a briefcase of money?
House of 9 (2005)
starring Dennis Hopper, Kelly Brook, Hippolyte Girardot, Peter Capaldi, Susie Amy, Raffaello Degruttola, Asher D, Morven Christie, Julienne Davis, Jim Carter (voice)
Nine strangers - a priest; a dancer; a designer; an aspirant rapper; a former tennis pro; a woman on probation; an unsuccessful composer and his wife; and a detective - are randomly abducted, drugged and locked in a house by a wealthy maniac. They are informed through a public address system that there are seventy-five cameras following them, and only one will survive and win $5 million to keep quiet. The psychological game begins, with fear and greed affecting the participants.
Here's the movie trailer:
There are two endings to this movie. You and I saw this one:
The second ending has Lea emerging out of the light into another house: an exact replica of the last one. In the foyer are four people watching her, each with his/her own large bag of money. The camera zooms in on Lea, who realizes that her bag only contains $1 million. As she grips the shard of glass through her scarf, a resigned and sorrowed look grows on her face as a single tear forms in her eye.
Is There A Scary Movie 5? I Seen All The Scary Movies and I Wanted to know?
No, not yet but if you like Scary Movies you might also like:
Dance Flick (new)
Meet The Spartans
Not Another Teen Movie
They're all spoofs like the Scary Movies and are made by the same people.
Here are some instant movies:
1. The Haunting in Connecticut
2. Session 9
3. The Crazies
5. The Devils Backbone
9. The Silence of the Lambs
11. The New Daughter
12. My Bloody Valentine
13. In the Mouth of Madness
14. Dark Corners
what is the scariest movie and video game you have ever played?
I have read other answers to the "scariest movie" and those movies are NOT scary at all, they are just full of gore and stupid blonde chicks with big tits, and they are senseless remakes of great, old horror movies! Except old horror movies don't scare people like they used to so I will recommend this: The Descent (2006). It is BY FAR the scariest horror movie I have ever seen. Though there is A LOT of gore/violence and a few scenes are grotesque, but it will actually make sense to have it because it adds to the horror effect. So if you haven't seen it, go to blockbuster, rent it, watch it when it is completely dark outside, turn all the lights off in the room you are in, with only a few people around, if you're by yourself, I can guess you will turn it off, that is what happened to some people I invited over to watch it a second time, and they were scared senseless during the climax, and they weren't by themselves. But if you're with a group of 5 or more, than they will probably try to make it funny, when if you are completely serious while watching it, the psychological and visible trauma you will most likely experience will stricken you for days, maybe weeks. But then again, if you never, EVER get scared by horror movies, than you will probably criticize, but I can take a lot before a horror movie can get under my skin, and this one surely did, that is why I am taking so long to write this. Don't screw up your first time to watch this movie, because then it won't be as frightening. It is rated R for strong violence/gore and language. Enjoy!
I don't play very many video games, but I guess I would say Fallout 3 or Left 4 Dead, but I haven't played those in a while so there can be scarier ones...
I'm lover of scary movies,so i know some good ones,i think :)
you can try "saw", somebody likes it,somedy not,but you can try.
also you can try:
all Final destination parts :)
Looking for scary movies that startle you or make you jump?
I used to really be into horror movies, so these are a little old (not old movies, just from like 2004-2010). Movies that scared me at the time:
The Ring (and the sequel)
One Missed Call
When A Stranger Calls
The Unborn (I think this would be your best pick)
Prom Night (2008 version)
Sorry, that's all I can think of right now.
Hope I helped!
Oh! I forgot The Haunting in Connecticut! That one is really good. I was cringing through the whole thing, and pathetically almost cried at the end.
any of these:
2. “The Exorcist”
5. “Night of the Living Dead (1968)”
7. “The Shining”
8. “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)”
9. “Dawn of the Dead (1978)”
10. “Rosemary’s Baby”
11. “The Silence of the Lambs”
12. “The Blair Witch Project”
14. “Frankenstein (1931)”
15. “Nightmare on Elm Street”
16. “Carrie (1976)”
17. “The Thing (1982)”
18. “Bride of Frankenstein”
19. “The Haunting (1963)”
22. “Wait Until Dark”
23. “The Birds”
24. “Don’t Look Now”
25. “Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn”
26. “The Innocents”
27. “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer”
29. “Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)”
30. “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, (1921)”
31. “The Omen (1976)”
32. “The Fly (1986)”
34. “The Re-Animator”
35. “The Sixth Sense”
36. “The Ring (2002)”
37. “The Evil Dead”
38. “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1933)”
39. “The Hitcher”
40. “Near Dark”
41. “Dracula (1931)”
42. “Vampyr (1932)”
46. “Creature from the Black Lagoon”
47. “Session 9”
48. “Nosferatu the Vampyre”
49. “Black Christmas”
50. “When a Stranger Calls”
53. “Horror of Dracula”
54. “The Others”
55. “Jurassic Park”
56. “The Seventh Victim”
57. “Peeping Tom”
58. “28 Days Later”
59. “Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)”
60. “The Hidden”
62. “Shaun of the Dead”
63. “Last House on the Left”
64. “10 Rillington Place”
66. “Cat People (1942)”
68. “The Howling”
69. “Trilogy of Terror”
70. “Blue Velvet”
71. “I Walked with a Zombie”
72. “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”
75. “Carnival of Souls”
76. “The Vanishing (1988)”
77. “Masque of the Red Death”
78. “The Night of the Hunter”
79. “Salem’s Lot”
80. “Fright Night”
81. “Black Sunday (1960)”
82. “Scream 2”
83. “Dressed To Kill”
84. “The Stepfather”
85. “Friday the 13th”
86. “The Exorcism of Emily Rose”
87. “Let’s Scare Jessica to Death”
88. “The Brood”
90. “Open Water”
91. “The Mummy (1932)”
92. “Requiem for a Dream”
94. “The Wolf Man”
96. “The Night Stalker”
97. “Brides of Dracula”
99. “God Told Me To”
100. “Eyes without a Face”
What are some good scary movies for my birthday party?
1. The Orphanage
2. Drag Me to Hell
4. The Uninvited
5. Sorority Row
6. My Bloody Valentine
7. The Skeleton Key
8. Dead Silence
9. Prom Night
10. The Others
11. Stir of Echoes
12. The Haunting in Connecticut
13. Exorcism of Emily Rose
14. The Amityville Horror
16. The Unborn
17. Wrong Turn
19. House of Wax
20. The Final Destination
What are some scary movies to watch instantly on netflix?
The Bottom Line My 10 favorite Horror films, plus a few honorable mentions.
Grab a bag of popcorn, a big gulp of soda, and an easily-scared girl (or guy, be that your preference), and don't forget the anti-nausea liquid. With that said, allow me to share with you my personal list of the top 10 greatest Horror flicks of all time. Forget that "I know what you did..." and "Scream" junk, we're talking the true horror here, kiddies.
1. John Carpenter's THE THING. A true experience into the realm of psychological horror, isolation horror, and gore. Who do you trust? Absolutely no one. This movie has everything a horror fan could want: a great story (based on the short story "Who Goes There?"), gore, believable characters, and a downright frightening environment.
2. EVIL DEAD TRILOGY. Okay, not one film here, but I think this is okay considering how closely related they all are. This is the definition of slapstick horror, mixing elements of gruesomness and hilarity, which combine perfectly in all three flicks to create one of the most original storylines to grace horror.
3. NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, DAWN OF THE DEAD, DAY OF THE DEAD. Another trilogy worth combining. Enter George A. Romero's terrifying world where the dead walk amongst the living. These flicks re-defined gore in a time when gore was barely beyond the norm of taboo. Isolation horror in an utterly hopeless world. DAY is probably the weakest of the three, DAWN probably the strongest, with NIGHT somewhere between.
4. DEAD ALIVE. One of the new "great horror" flicks from the early 90's. A funny, realistic approach to the zombie genre with a great storyline, though a few scenes COULD be shortened in the beginning. Easily the goriest film of all time.
5. HELLRAISER. He11 or Heaven, or both? Clive Barker outdid himself with this one, creating an entirely new world of horror that no other movie can even touch, and a new cast of scary monsters to invade our dreams.
6. THE BEYOND. Italian Horror at its best. Lucio Fulci creates an epic masterpiece dealing with everything from zombies to Hell itself. Some of the best make-up and gore effects of all time can be found here.
7. RE-ANIMATOR. Based on H.P. Lovecraft's story? Eh, not really. Set in our present time, this is one of the most original "zombie" flicks available, adding humor and introducing a great, humorous actor: Jeffrey Combes.
8. HALLOWEEN. Forget the new-age sequels. The original was scary enough focusing again on FEAR rather than gore. John Carpenter uses the night to his advantage to set the scary setting, and the freaky music puts this one over the top. I try to shy away from the slasher flicks, but this one is too good NOT to include.
9. THE EXORCIST. Frightening, realistic, based on a true story? No, not REALLY based on a true story. But even without that element, this is one of the better horror flicks out there that doesn't focus on gore so much as FEAR.
10. PET SEMATARY. Stephen King's best book-to-movie flick. Excellent acting, great scary music, and a great storyline makes this one clip the other close ones to nudge its way into my top 10.
HONORABLE MENTIONS: Zombie, Friday the 13th part 6, The Howling, Phantasm, Cemetary Man, the Dead next Door ...
1. Drag me To Hell
2. Dark Water
3. The Unborn
4. The Descent
5. Sixth Sense
6. The Village
7. The Fog
10. The Fog
11. The Messengers
13. Darkness Falls
14. The Uninvited
15. Dead Silence
1. Scream series
2. My Bloody Valentine (both the original and remake are good)
3. The Hills Have Eyes and the sequel
4. Piranha (goofy/campy horror movie)
5. Nightmare on Elm Street (original)
6. Wrong Turn series
7. A Perfect Getaway
8. The Crazies (I've only seen the remake)
11. Dying Breed
13. Drive Thru (campy horror/funny)
14. Halloween (original)
15. Friday the 13th (original)
16. Final Destination series (the last one isn't that good though)
17. Joy Ride
18. The Glass House
19. Laid to Rest
20. The Hand that Rocks the Cradle
21. Happy Birthday to Me
22. Simon Says (campy)
23. House of Wax
25. I Know What You Did Last Summer
26. Red Eye
27. Jeepers Creepers
28. The Skeleton Key
29. The Hitcher (original)
30. House on Haunted Hill
31. Vacancy and Vacancy 2
32. Hatchet (campy)
33. The Ring
34. The Grudge
36. The Others
37. Snakes on a Plane (Campy but fun)
39. Lake Dead
40. Cabin Fever
41. Treat R Treat
42. Amusement (low budget but fun)
43. Hide and Seek
Hope this helps:)
I personally do not find any movies to be scary, I love horror movies though and here are some that I have enjoyed.
Tooth and Nail
Wicked Little Things
Blair Witch Project
Midnight Meat Train
The Hills Have Eyes
Last House on the Left
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
I take it you like recent ones as well? Here's a fairly contemporary list, but I'll include some oldie but goodies. :)
Session 9 (2001)
The Ring (2003)
Wind Chill (2007)
The Orphanage (2007)
High Tension (2003)
The Omen (1976)...I prefer this to the Exorcist, but watch the original...it's way better than the re-make, and I'm not just saying that
The Others (2003)
Eden Lake (2008)
Martyrs (2008) Unlike the other's I listed, this isn't paranormal, but you liked Saw so you might like this...it IS disturbing
One Missed Call (2004) The original Japanese version
The Fog (1980)
The Shining (1980)
Most are supernatural unless noted otherwise, because you seemed to like that.
wen i was 14, SCREAM ;)
and i know wat you did last summer classicals!!
i have to say, mine would be (jumpy ONE)
HALLOWEEN . .
its so real, like anyone could paint there face, and get an over all and run around slicing people up!!
and the way michael creeps up is jus deadly!!
imagine haven a real life micheal running around, creepy ;)
i loved saw myself actually cant wait 4 number 5 . .
(kiss the girls is SCARY i liked that film!!
wolf creek,chain saw masscure, these films are cool and to know there real and happened is jus freaky, and wen i watch films like this i chew me nails or wats left a them )
and wat bout chucky ;)
childs play???? the killer doll!
oh i love horror movies
Saw 8/10 (has lots of violence) rated R im sure
Nightmare on elm street 5/10 (of couse has violence) rated pg 13 i think
Friday the 13th 6/10 (same for this one) rated pg 13 i think
The ward 7/10 (a fun movie to watch lots of parts in it that makes you jump) eaither rated pg 13 or r
Texas chainsaw 6/10 (violence of couse cuz it's a person who kills people with a chainsaw) maby pg13
I heard the woman in Black is a really good scary movie I never saw it though, I think it's rated r
The Ring 8/10 (creepy movie gives you nightmares) i think it may be rated pg13
The Grude 8/10 (again very creepy gives you chills) i think it may be pg13 as well
Orpahn 7/10 (very cool movie not to frightening but not to safe) rated r i think
This was too hard so i gave you 15 and this isnt the order its just 15 of my fav that i can think off the top of my head
14. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
13. Koroshiya 1 (Ichi the Killer)
11.Janghwa, Hongryeon (A Tale of Two Sisters)
8. Taxes Chainsaw Massacre (1974 one)
7. Dawn of the Dead (1978 one)
3.Ju -on (Original Grudge)
2. The Shining
1. Clockwork Orange
What is a really, really scary movie for Halloween?
I am an avid horror fan and i recommend:
-Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead (more funny than scary but awesome)
-Night of the Living Dead
-Nightmare on Elm Street 1-5
-The Ring (scared the hell out of me when i was small)
-28 Days and Months Later
-Hide and Seek
-Paranormal Activity (it bored me but lots of people crapped themselves so i say give it a shot and see what it does to you)
-Hard Candy (very awesome psychological thriller)
-House of 1000 Corpses
-Dawn of the Dead
thats all i can think of from the top of my head, but yea,
you should find some of them on here, i knw saw6 and paranormal activity are on there
Try to figure out what exactly causes your fear. Does your house make strange noises at night? Have you watched too many horror movies lately? You should also remember that your primary sense is sight. When that is taken away from you, your brain panics, which in turn creates panic all over your body. A picture of the dark is formed in your mind, so that whenever you see a dark place after that, your brain panics again, because it knows that it will lose your primary sense. You tend to pay much more attention to your hearing/ears in the dark, because of your lost sense. Therefore, the strange noises you hear are actually always there, you are just alert and concentrating.
Use logic. After you've found out what frightens you, try to reason with yourself. A lot of people have big imaginations and can make the smallest thing seem terrifying. Are you afraid of someone breaking in? If so, lock all your doors and windows at night and remember that if someone did break in, it would make a lot of noise that you would most likely hear. Or for kids, make it into a game. Before you tuck your kid/s into bed, have them help you check everywhere! The closets, under the bed, in their dresser. This is amazing and it really works. It does not take long and has immediate effect.
Think about other things. When you're in bed trying to go to sleep, try to fill your mind with positive thoughts. Plan what you'll do tomorrow. Make a mental list of things you'll need for your next vacation (even if it is a couple of months away). Just basically do anything to avoid bad thoughts. You can also try to listen to music in your mp3 player or iPod.
Try to think of your fear in a humorous way. Scary Movie (1,2,3,and 4) parodies many frightening things. Chuckling at yourself diminishes the fear. For instance, imagine all the monsters dancing to a funny tune.
Try to think, near bedtime, what scares you. Is it a noise? Now that you've acknowledged that the noise is bothering you, write down what the noise sounds like, and other things that usually happen along with the noise. Then, write a list of 10 things that may be what you think it is and narrow it down to 1-2 things, by comparing and contrasting the items. During the night, something may scare you and it is a thing, visually, then draw an amateur sketch of what it is, and write down where you usually see it. You may find is it is the "hand" on the wall, that "waves" at you, if so, draw it. Then, the next day, see if you can spot what resembles the object, such as a tree branches shadow, or a teddy bears head, or a hockey mask.
Invite over friends or a close friend for a sleepover, so when you get scared, tell them what bothers you. Sometimes someone who knows you well can use their knowledge about you to figure out what creeps you out.
While you may be afraid of the dark due to a scary movie, or belief that you won't be alive to see tomorrow, think about this: the movie most likely isn't real (and for what reason would you die in the night?). Keep this in mind: When movie magic creeps you out, the less you know about it, the better. Don't give yourself a bigger scare by learning about all the gory details. Don't go on-line and look up the Story of Freddy, or The Blood Countess. Just think for a quick second, and forget. Totally erase the movie from your head for happy dreams, think about everything positive that happened to you that day. Think about everything happy that makes you feel good. This will be very hard, because it is a proven fact that the human brain remembers negative things more easily than positive. If this doesn't work, then tell a parent, guardian, or trusted adult; never getting over something like this may mean that it has left you traumatized. Alternately, you could watch the 'Making of' feature on the DVD: it will show you how they did all the scary/gory scenes, and make them less scary, (it works, trust me).
Remember that a supposed murderer or monster can't see in the dark either. Surely they'd just fumble about and bump into things.
If you hear something creak or bump in the night its probably the house settling. When its hotter in the day the woods and metals in your house expand but at night it is colder so they contract. So when they settle they rub together making noises. This is very common all year round mostly in the summer where the heat differences are big.
Even if someone was breaking in it wouldn't be a tiny squeaking noise, it would be a huge bang that would wake every one and the neighbors cat up. And in that happening the "Intruder" would scamper after the noise.
Face your fears. Try to get use to the dark, sleep in the same room with someone for a while, you'll get use to sleeping in the dark, but with someone accompanying you. Slowly, you'll get over it!
If you are only scared of the dark in certain room
What is a GOOD scary movie that has come out recently?
Most recent, Attack The Block (2011)
Tucker & Dale Vs Evil (2010) is a comedy/horror movie,some of my contacts like this movie also.
The Midnight Meat Train 2008
The Collector 2009
Inside aka À l'intérieur 2007
The Mist 2007
What Do You Think Of Scary Movie 5 Being A Reboot?
Honestly...why oh lord do you continue to allow these miscreants the ability to create more mindless, non-creative, non-funny, non-scary, insulting movies?
The first tickled my funny bone quite a bit. The rest have stunk. It is possible that a reboot could work, but since Scary Movie is just a parody and mashup of other movies I don't see how a reboot could work. They should have just made all the movies stand alones - the sequels having nothing to do with the originals.
Yes, there are currently plans for both "The Ring 3" and "Scary Movie 5". There are currently no scheduled production or release dates for either, but they are both confirmed films.
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