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- Jun 9, 2009
One word: Batman. I watched the original Tim Burton movie, and the gas the Joker uses to make people die laughing genuinely terrified me as a ten-year-old boy.
I guess I don't see anything wrong with that, but then again, you don't necessarily need words to convey a feeling of unease. Then again, this comes from a composer who is making an entire group of works devoted to evoking different senses of terror.mindlesspuppet said:Eraserhead takes slow pace to a different level, there's not even any dialog for like the first 10 and a half minutes.
God yes, Fatal Frame 2 was amazing... the lady falling down the stairs... and the hanging dolls.. and the creepy kids...Mogsworth said:Back on topic, I'm surprised nobody has mentioned video games. As far as creeping me out beyond belief, there's Yume Nikki and The Path. For genuinely scary games, Fatal Frame 2 and Silent Hill 2.
Oh, snap! I remember that one...Uncompetative said:
Go on... Try watching that movie... On your own.
Then saying his name 5 times into a mirror...
Damn it, you've made me use this. I will never forgive your clan.Serris said:the only thing that can creep me out, are my own dark thoughts late at night.
You have no idea... I've been having nightmares for years because of The Ring movies and The Grudge movies T_TCockney Weasel said:Ditto on The Grudge tbh. It's those unnaturally jerky motions and the death-rattle, something about them really freaks me out. Same reason I god freaked out by Sadako in Ring, it's the way she moves more than anything.