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Old 01-15-2009, 10:13 PM   #11
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Jacobs Ladder. I'm not completely unintelligent, but I had to watch it twice before I got it, and it makes you think, and once you do that, the creepies settle in.
I forgot about that one, and for good reason. Great movie, but very creepy. The scene on the dance floor....thanks for bringing that back to my mind.


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Old 01-16-2009, 01:10 AM   #13
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1408 with John Cusack and Samuel L Jackson.
You should read the book.

To add to the list, the director's cut of The Exorcist.
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The new movie "Mirrors" has some creepy parts to it.

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"Silent Hill"

Just really freaky
You should try playing the games on Silent Hill, they are 10 times more freaky and pyramidhead is frickin' badass.
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I gotta mention the original version of The Shining. I actually clutched a baseball bat while watching that the first time as a kid.

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anyone who has seen the legend of boggy creek . Has to have heard the music playing in their mind about 1 or 2 o'clock in the morning after watching it.

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Spy Kids. *Shudder*

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anyone who has seen the legend of boggy creek . Has to have heard the music playing in their mind about 1 or 2 o'clock in the morning after watching it.
Yes as a kid growing up in Hot Springs I watched it when it came out. Because it took place in Arkansas/Louisiana, it was a cult classic.
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Event Horizon....weeeeird



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