#1) The Hostel movies. Not because they were really scary (no surprises), but because of the fact that that truly could happen to anyone with the number of sick f***s in the world.
#2) Probably the Shining. But when I was real little. All I remember is the naked nasty old lady in the bathtub. The rest of the movie wasn't that creepy..just really long and weird.
#3) The original Halloween. This is probably the first true "horror" movie on the list so far. Def. one of my favs.
#4) Se7en. Just downright creepy. One of the original "gore" movies IMHO. I think there are probably a lot of movies influenced by that. Such as Saw and Hostel and whatnot.
That's about it. Scary movies don't do much for me. I though Blair Witch was stupid. People running around the forest getting creeped out by their own imagination. I've done that with friends...exploring abandoned buildings and all that stuff, and I'd say it was fun and exhilarating because of the darkness and unfamiliarity, but it wasn't horrifying or intensely scary. Jeepers Creepers was ridiculous, and the Saw movies have gone down the drain. The only one that creeped me out was the second one for some reason. But it didn't "scare" me. More or less just the gory effects. Friday the 13th never appealed to me, either. That's about all I can think of now.
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