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Old 02-20-2006, 09:26 PM   #51
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Sixth Sense and Jacob's Ladder were the two most scariest movies I've seen.

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Old 02-20-2006, 10:10 PM   #52
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I've always been one of those who can watch all the blood and gore and say oh brother..Never bothered me, it just wasn't real..Except for one as a child, my aunt and mom took eme with them to see and old black and white Boris Karloff movie about a mummy, all I can remember was this stiff legged mummy arms out stretched crashing throug a set of french doors and then seeing the curtains flapping in the breeze, I had dreams of just that scene off and on for years. The other two that made me jump were physco and dead calm. Can't think of any others right now, oh yes, that movie about Charlie Manson,, not so much the movie, but the eyes of the actor, yeesh, they gave me the creeps..


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