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Old 10-03-2008, 08:38 AM
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For some reason the one movie that got me as a little kid was Doctor Giggles. I re watched it now and it was a laugh fest. but as a kid I never wanted to go to the doctors and get a shot. Still don't but as a kid I would scream bloody murder to get away.

Other than that I can't remember any. This one just over clouded my memory as a child. I loved the rest.

when I was 4 my mom couldnt take Nightmare on Elm Street away from me.

Oh and also Eraserhead. AHH

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Old 10-03-2008, 08:56 AM
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Oh and also Eraserhead. AHH
Christ, you watched that when you were a KID?!

You must be one messed up human being.
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Old 10-04-2008, 10:47 AM
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Poltergesit.Never scared me enough not to watch it.But that Clown scene was always freaky, still to this day. Exorcist is one that always freaked me out,which is why I still watch quit often.
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Old 10-04-2008, 11:41 AM
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The only movie that scared me as a kid was Exorcist when her head spinned i about died it scared me so bad.
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Old 10-07-2008, 12:01 AM
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No doubt in my mind, the movie that scared me the most as a child was : A Nightmare on Elm Street. It was not only the movie which left an impact on me, but the unforgettable situation that occured afterwards.

I remember watching it over at a friend’s for the first time. I must have been 7 or 8. First of all, there were some scenes from the movie that scared the living hell out of me: Tina being chased through the alleyway as Freddie’s arms grew, than slashed and drug across the walls and ceiling, leaving a trail of blood everywhere.....intense! Then the bathtub scene,...wow! Anyways, the movie didn't get finished until late that night and I didn't have permission to spend the night over at my buddies house. So, I knew I was going to have a lonely walk home. My friend’s house was only a few blocks from my house, so no biggie right? I was a tough lil’ kid (I thought, lol). So, I'm walking home and yeah, my heart was already pacing from the movie I just watched. It was pitch black out and the crickets were chirping there little hearts out. When I turned off one street and onto the next, I saw a distorted object way ahead of me. It didn't look like it was moving; I thought it must be a tree or something. Well I got a little closer to that object and yup...it was definitely moving. But it was just a person coming my way. I tried to shrug off the horror I just watched and told myself to get a grip, "It's just a man out for a walk." Well, the man approached me closer and closer, until I got a good view of his long trench coat. And for the grand finale, a top hat lay on his skull which casted shadows over his face..... Well, that was the end of my journey! I turned around in a flash and dashed back to my buddy’s house, never have I ran so fast......

Still to this day I remember every aspect and heartbeat of that journey home. That night, I felt more alive than ever before.

Sorry for the carry on..lol. Just felt I had to add it in there for yas.

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Old 10-07-2008, 03:01 AM
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Old 10-07-2008, 03:15 AM
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Old 10-07-2008, 10:57 AM
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No doubt in my mind, the movie that scared me the most as a child was : A Nightmare on Elm Street. It was not only the movie which left an impact on me, but the unforgettable situation that occured afterwards.

I remember watching it over at a friend’s for the first time. I must have been 7 or 8. First of all, there were some scenes from the movie that scared the living hell out of me: Tina being chased through the alleyway as Freddie’s arms grew, than slashed and drug across the walls and ceiling, leaving a trail of blood everywhere.....intense! Then the bathtub scene,...wow! Anyways, the movie didn't get finished until late that night and I didn't have permission to spend the night over at my buddies house. So, I knew I was going to have a lonely walk home. My friend’s house was only a few blocks from my house, so no biggie right? I was a tough lil’ kid (I thought, lol). So, I'm walking home and yeah, my heart was already pacing from the movie I just watched. It was pitch black out and the crickets were chirping there little hearts out. When I turned off one street and onto the next, I saw a distorted object way ahead of me. It didn't look like it was moving; I thought it must be a tree or something. Well I got a little closer to that object and yup...it was definitely moving. But it was just a person coming my way. I tried to shrug off the horror I just watched and told myself to get a grip, "It's just a man out for a walk." Well, the man approached me closer and closer, until I got a good view of his long trench coat. And for the grand finale, a top hat lay on his skull which casted shadows over his face..... Well, that was the end of my journey! I turned around in a flash and dashed back to my buddy’s house, never have I ran so fast......

Still to this day I remember every aspect and heartbeat of that journey home. That night, I felt more alive than ever before.

Sorry for the carry on..lol. Just felt I had to add it in there for yas.
Wow id be totally freaked out! I thought Nightmare on elm street 1 was by far the best and scariest 2 however was so gay (for real) like how the gym teacher got spanked with a towel to death haha.
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Old 10-07-2008, 12:45 PM
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I wassnt allowed to watch any when i was a kid.:o
But there was this one time when i was in bed, my parents was watching some horror film, and there was a lot of screaming. My imagination ran riot i had it in my mind that some women in the film was being cooked alive in a oven.......Dont know why, i just did.:eek:

But the first horror film i watched was The Kindred. Wassent scared though.
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One Dark Night was very, very unsettling. Floating corpse still scare me when the moon is fungous and the shadows demoniac.
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