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    Movie that scared you the most when you were a kid.

    Prob. Halloween for me. I think it was the music.
    http://youtu.be/zSgiXGELjbc

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    The scariest movie for me as a child was actually supposed to be a KIDS movie. It was called "Mac and Me". Those aliens scared the bejesus outta me. But oddly, horror movies never did. I loved them.


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    I watched a movie called Candy Man when I was younger. I was terrified to look in mirrors after watching that
    "I am the Wanderer
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    Haha, the scariest movie for me when I was really little was actually a TV show, but since we owned it in VHS, I assumed it was a movie. It was Shelly Duvall's Faerie Tale Theatre...specifically, the Red Riding Hood feature. My friends and I were watching it and got freaked out when the wolf appeared on the screen. And so, being the smart kids we were, we worked as a team to push the TV off the stand, nearly ruining it. Yeah, my dad was pleased about that one.

    I recently went back to check out the movie on YouTube (since I couldn't find our version) and now I think Shelly Duvall's scarier than the wolf.

    Edit: In case you're realllly bored. Have at it.


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    Quote The Wanderer View Post
    I watched a movie called Candy Man when I was younger. I was terrified to look in mirrors after watching that
    Oh yeah, I didn't like that movie either. The part with the bees really bothered me!

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    Quote Jcgrey View Post
    Prob. Halloween for me. I think it was the music.
    Haha, same with me. I love the theme music for that movie. I don't know what it would be without it. Also, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Hellraiser, and The Amityville Horror.

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    I watched childs play with my cousin late one night after my parents were asleep.. we we're like 9 or 10, scared the hell out of us lol.

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    I watched childs play with my cousin late one night after my parents were asleep.. we we're like 9 or 10, scared the hell out of us lol.
    Yes, it was Child's Play for me too. I had horrendous nightmares about that doll.

    Also..Killer Clowns from Outer Space. Ridiculous movie but clowns are so creepy imo.

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    Animated version of the Phantom of the Opera, where the rat catcher is herding the rats through the sewer. I loved that movie though, and would always make my dad hire it from the video store.
    Actually the movie that most traumatised me was a Mr Bean one involving laxatives. I was and still am terribly grossed out by it.

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    House -1986
    All the monsters freaked me out, but the one that scared the crap out of me the most was Big Ben.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jM3YgJSSIQ
    Be yourself, everyone else is taken. -Oscar Wilde

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    A made-for-TV movie called Don't be Afraid of the Dark from the early 70's(?) I convinced my parents that I was old enough to watch it, and then went to bed trembling under the covers.
    Hah. I have a experience similar to this, for the same show.

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    Quote Cam View Post
    I watched childs play with my cousin late one night after my parents were asleep.. we we're like 9 or 10, scared the hell out of us lol.
    Haha, that one scared me, too. Those movies are funny nowadays. xD

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    Without a doubt it was Stephen King's IT.

    I was only about 5 years old and I watched it all alone. My parents were busy with my brothers Boy Scout Troupe so they had no idea what I was watching. I had nightmares for days and days.



    Another movie I remember having very vivid nightmares from was The Fly (1986). I remember my dad waking me up because I was screaming and banging on my mattress in the middle of the night after watching that.


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    Don't laugh...

    But the one scene in Ghostbusters II, where they were under a subway and they get surrounded by corpses...

    I had nightmares for weeks after watching that. And it doesn't scare me now, but it terrified me then.

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