Edited by PIT leader, 22 April 2018 - 07:23 AM.
What Movie Tramatized You
Posted 22 April 2018 - 07:22 AM
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Posted 22 April 2018 - 12:12 PM
Posted 23 April 2018 - 12:59 AM
Anyone traumatised by Carrie?
Posted 23 April 2018 - 04:38 AM
earthlydelitesGStudy, on 23 April 2018 - 12:59 AM, said:
Anyone traumatised by Carrie?
Only bullies? :-)
Life is short, enjoy it!
Posted 23 April 2018 - 01:29 PM
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Posted 24 April 2018 - 09:56 AM
Most of them feature stupid jump scares anyway. I do get scared at the moment I'm experiencing it but I seem capable of putting it down easily after. I find books to be more scary if you read the right ones. Steven Kings The Stand scares me to this day. And I don't mean the movie.
Edited by moiraesfate, 24 April 2018 - 10:01 AM.
Posted 24 April 2018 - 09:32 PM
Aquène kah nahonnushagk(Peace and farewell),
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Posted 23 August 2018 - 07:55 PM
The first one was Nightmare on Elm Street. Freddy scared the everliving daylights out of, but there was another factor to that fear. When I was little, we're talking three or four here, my folks were friends with another couple who had a few kids close to my age. The only one I remember was Tommy. Tommy Jackson. Tommy, for only being five or six, had already seen just about every slasher film known to man. His father was one of those loud, large type guys who was of the opinion that stuff like that couldn't affect a kids mind. He also let the kids ride in the car without seatbelts so "if there's an accident they can get out". Tommy had a large collection of movie memorabilia to play with, and his favorite was the Freddy claw and mask. He loved nothing more than to wait for me to come into the room to find his sister and then scare me and make me cry. After a few times of this, my parents found me a sitter for their card game nights so I wouldn't keep getting tortured.
They stopped the card games altogether about a month later. My dad tells me that, during their last game, he had to use the bathroom, which was upstairs off the hallway where the bedrooms were. He got up the stairs most of the way and looked up to see Tommy, standing halfway in the door to his room, with an arm behind his back. Now, mind you, when I was little, my dad was a pretty big guy. He wasn't heavy by any means, but he was strong, and even today still stands a good head over me, and I'm 5'6". He's not generally easy to spook, and only a few times in my life have I ever seen him shaken or afraid, but he says that sight scared him. He got up the stairs and kept his back to the wall as he went for the bathroom, and Tommy never broke eye contact with him. Tommy never even blinked, Dad says he stayed in the bathroom with his foot against the door until he heard the bedroom door close, and once he was sure Tommy was in his room, he headed downstairs, got my mom and said they needed to leave because he was feeling sick. They never set foot in that house again, and the last I heard, Tommy was institutionalized at the age of 12 or 13 for trying to kill his sister. I hope he never gets out.
The other was Pet Semetary. I decided, in my infinite 7-year-old wisdom, that I was ready for a horror movie. I knew it was a scary story, and I asked my mom if I could watch it. Sometimes I wish she had said no. I sat down and watched, not really understanding a lot of it, but then the funeral for Gage came up. I had a thing about funerals and death back then. I'd panic if we had to go to a funeral home and have to stay in the car. I couldn't do dead bodies. The mummies at the museum even set me off. So I did great, up until that casket hit the ground and you could see Gage's arm. I noped out of the living room, asked my mom to go turn it off, and spent the next three months laying at the foot of my bed, waiting for Gage or Church to come up the stairs instead of sleeping. It took me until I was 14 to try that one again, and I liked it the second time around. Now I'm stoked they're redoing it because I loved the remake of IT, and some of the same people involved there are working on PS.
Posted 13 September 2018 - 08:58 PM
It's a indie film. I saw it over Netflix one day and I'm glad I checked it out. It's definitely worth the watch. It haunted me for a few days after I watched it.
Link to movie on imbd: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5112578/
Edited by WhispersInTheAttic, 13 September 2018 - 08:59 PM.
Posted 13 September 2018 - 11:01 PM
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Posted 22 February 2022 - 08:31 PM
Anonymous Animals: The balance of power between man and animal has changed. This one was creepy and could have been made even worse if no visual restrictions had been made. Example would be the slaughter house scenes. This whole movie will psychologically creep you out.
Titane: When I read the movie info I had no idea what I was getting into, Titane, a metal highly resistant to heat & corrosion, with high tensile strength alloys, often used in medical prostheses due to its pronounced biocompatibility. This is a novel idea. "Kertang" with a car. This is a slasher film as well and I had a hard time with that but I think I will add this to my movie collection. You will cringe from time to time.
I'm adding this because I'm a big fan of Noomi Rapace as an actor. Lamb. Original language is Icelandic. It is a real slow burn with an unexpected payout at the end. No nightmares here but if you are a fan of folklore, you will like it.
Foreign language horror/fantasy films. I can overlook subtitles for new ideas in film.
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Posted 27 October 2022 - 08:11 AM
Funny thing, the day this movie came out on DVD and I watched this scene, I took some mis-delivered mail down the street to a house I had not been to, nor did I ever notice before. No one was home and all of the drapes on the windows were closed. I put the mail in the mailbox, and when I left, I got the feeling someone was watching me through the window. When I turned around, the drapes on one of the windows were open. I had a feeling of fear come over me that I never felt before. Around 6 months later, the city condemned that house and then demolished it not too long after. Very strange.
Posted 26 December 2022 - 03:55 AM
Bonnie was hit by 173 bullets.
Bonnie Parker was originally laid to rest in Fishtrap Cemetery, a Potters Field near downtown Dallas.
Her body was exhumed and reburied at Crown Hill Memorial Park in West Dallas.
Clyde Barrow and his brother Marvin "Buck" Barrow at Western Heights Cemetery in Oak Cliff.
Edited by Captain Kundalini, 26 December 2022 - 04:01 AM.
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