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Films that still scare me.

  • Aug 16, 2009
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There's a few films out there that still creep me out. Here's a few of them in no particular order.
A real horror show. I had a hard time finishing this one.
See the full review, "A disturbing and dirty film. I had a hard time finishing this one.".
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This creepy movie along with it's sequel are very disturbing. I had a hard time finishing this one. A grim and nihilistic film that creeps you out because there are people like this out in society.
See the full review, "A kid searches the web for friends whilst fending himself from a gang of bullies.".
Henry - Portrait of a Serial Killer
This low budget film still gives me the creeps. What's sad about it is that there are people out there like him running around. Michael Rooker gives the performance of his life as the dangerously disturbed Henry.
See the full review, "A dark and twisted film about a very deranged and demented soul".
I Spit On Your Grave
A brutal rape/revenge movie that gives me the willies. The director did not glamorize the rape and showed it's true impact and effect it has on the victim, Nasty brutal stuff.
See the full review, "A neglected cult classic worthy of an larger audience.".
DVD cover for the movie.
I saw this movie in high school and it totally creeped me out and changed my view on what would happen after the bombs would drop in a thermonuclear war. Scary stuff that gave me nightmares. I saw it recently online and it's still scary.
See the full review, "Brutal film about the nuclear apocalypse that still packs a punch.".
Last House on the Left
Wes Craven's first film is still frightening. I watched it the other day and it's still disturbing to me. The low budget production and grainy footage adds to the realism of it,
See the full review, "The shocking directorial debut of horror filmmaker Wes Craven".
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The direct sequel to The Exorcist. William Peter Blatty creates a creepy atmosphere in this suspense horror film using tension and great direction to get some scares. Not gory or any cheap ones either. A very unnerving movie that will creep you out.
See the full review, "Who is Patient X and why does he look so familiar?".
Poster of the film.
What is the meaning of true horror? Based upon a novel written by Ramsey Campbell, this psychological horror film shows that pure evil exist in the real world and not just on the silver screen.
See the full review, "What is the true face of horror?".

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