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bloodrayne
11-25-2003, 05:19 PM
So, is it true? Do you remember YOUR first horror movie?

Like MANY people, my first time was at the drive-in...The movie was CARRIE...I was 10 years old...I distinctly remember that I was in the floorboard much of the time, and when the hand came out of the grave at the end, I almost had a heart attack!...Oh, to be young...I would LOVE to be scared like that again...

teenagezombie
11-25-2003, 05:39 PM
i think its true because i remember my first horror movie, Hellraiser i was 5 years old and i watched it at home with my mom. ever since then ive been hooked hellraiser movies have always been my favorite and im hoping they'll keep bringing more. this may sound weird but i had a crush on pinhead (not the actor who played pinhead but the character) my mom thought i had problems and sent me 2 a psychologist :rolleyes: but given the chance i would fuck pinhead (the character) ya i know im weird, but i like it :)

crazy clown
11-25-2003, 05:44 PM
my first horror movie was the leprechaun. i remeber seeing it at my cousin's house in the upstairs entertainment room with about 12 other people.

FreddyFan
11-25-2003, 05:53 PM
My first horror movie was child's play. I seen it when i was like 5 years old. It scared the hell out of me.

SoUl SuRvIvOrS
11-25-2003, 06:01 PM
I remember my first and second..my first was when I was really little and living in New York..... THE SHINING
My second was Poltergiest when I first moved to Salt Lake City... I remember places not ages..I think I was something like
4 or 5...

avenger00soul
11-25-2003, 06:13 PM
My aunt took me to rent movies when I was pretty damn young. I came back with Silver Bullet and The Monster Squad. And so it began.

meetthecreeper
11-25-2003, 06:46 PM
Mom took me to see Jaws when I was like 5 at this old gothic theatre in Chicago, I dont remember the name of the place I think its gone now but i remember my mom putting my hand over my face when the shark attacks occured in the film. Have a fear of sharks ever since, I will never go into the ocean ever.

graveambitions
11-25-2003, 07:10 PM
I saw my first horror movies when I was young watching tv around Halloween. Legosi's Drac, Karloff's Frank and mummy, Chaney Jr's Wolfman. I still have the hot's for the girl monster in Bride of Frankenstein. Other than that, I remember the Jaws series and Elvira.

billbundix
11-25-2003, 07:51 PM
my sister came home from the movie store with the night of the living dead. scared the hell out of me. they're coming to get you Barbara, and look there comes one now! oh, by the way teenagezombie, if i drive nails into my head, put on a really cool leather outfit, and hurl myself into another dimension do you think we would have a chance?

teenagezombie
11-25-2003, 08:01 PM
Originally posted by billbundix
my sister came home from the movie store with the night of the living dead. scared the hell out of me. they're coming to get you Barbara, and look there comes one now! oh, by the way teenagezombie, if i drive nails into my head, put on a really cool leather outfit, and hurl myself into another dimension do you think we would have a chance?

....hmmmm depends on how good u look in the leather outfit, and which dimension u hurled yourself into. but all in all i would say sure y not

abbycomix
11-26-2003, 08:46 AM
I was too scared to watch horror movies until I was a teenager. (I was even too scared to look at the screen during the heart removal scene in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom!)
Once I saw Evil Dead 2 and Army of Darkness I knew I could love them. Now I am playing catch-up and renting whatever I can find. Especially movies with offbeat humor and zombies.

Necromancer
11-26-2003, 08:55 AM
my first horror movie was House I, i thought it was very scarey, haven't seen it for a long time, i remember the scene with the witch very well, when the dog takes her chopped off hand and then they flush it down the toilet, great movie :D

mudsliptones
11-26-2003, 10:55 AM
I remember that my mom had taped a horror movie, I was like 9 I guess, I wasn't allowed to seeit, so one day she w<anted to see it and I had to go into another room, but I could see the TV, it was nightmare on elm street one, I loved it, shortly after that I saw braindead (dead alive) and nightmare 4, evil (number)--->dunno anymore, leprechaun and the blob

I found my new hobby:D

mudsliptones
11-26-2003, 10:57 AM
Originally posted by abbycomix
I was too scared to watch horror movies until I was a teenager. (I was even too scared to look at the screen during the heart removal scene in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom!)
Once I saw Evil Dead 2 and Army of Darkness I knew I could love them. Now I am playing catch-up and renting whatever I can find. Especially movies with offbeat humor and zombies.

yes, that scene from indie jones was pretty creepy, the whole movie was, in my oppinion

I saw it when I was verry young, like 7 years or so, thenb it's pretty scary shit

dmihatmttl
11-26-2003, 06:46 PM
Yes . . . I was four years old, and my dad took me to the theater to see THE INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN. Don't ask me why he chose to take a four-year-old to something like that, but I gotta think these days that my dad was pretty cool.

Hell, I plan on carrying on the tradition with my son. :)



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