How about Halloween (1978) or the Exorcist or the exorcism of Emily Rose or A nightmare on elm street or Friday the 13th (first one) maybe but really i recommend any John Carpenter or Wes Craven film if your looking for the older horror movie type of scares which are the ones i prefer Halloween is the film that scared me but it depends on the person like for instance after watching Halloween i really haven't seen anything that scares me of the new stuff and i have a friend that's horror tolerance is very low
I dont get scared to easily but the first time I saw An American Haunting it scared the hell outta me. It was scary but the movie was a little confusing and the story was a little slow moving because it is in colonial times. But overall the movie was scary and it was worth watching it.
Watch the movie "it" about the clown!! The freaking scariest!!! Aaaah, you will be terrified of clowns nd baloons afterwards. Also maybe "The messengers" Its pretty scary. I waz scared to be in my own house after i watched that in my bedroom!
U asked the right person I got some 4 u. Okay: The Exorcist, The (ORIGINAL OR REMAKE) Amityville Horror, Rosemary's Baby, Bad Dreams, etc...REAL SCARY MOVIES THAT WILL SCARE U R THE ONES THAT LEAVE A CHILL RUNNING DOWN UR SPINE LONG AFTER THE MOVIES OVER.
Me and my best friend watch 7 horror movies a weekend lol (yeah, we're that cool)
We dont get scared by them anymore...
They're kinda boring
The scariest ones we've seen are...
Cradle Will Fall
Quarantine (The Spanish version is better)
The Uninvited (not scary but good)
I can tell you ones NOT to watch
Paranormal Activity (NOTHING can make that movie scary)
Amusement (Worse movie EVER)
When a Stranger Calls
No movie has ever scared "the shit out of me" and only Nightmare on Elm Street (the original) has given me nightmares.
But here are some recommendable for a good scare and potential nightmares:
SALEM'S LOT (1979)
A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (THE ORIGINAL from 80's)
THE RING (ANY PART OF THE USA VERSIONS)
CARRIE (THE ORIGINAL from '70's)
THE EXCORSISM OF EMILY ROSE
TALES FROM THE DARK SIDE - THE MOVIE
>> The basic story is based off Hansel and Gretel, as a boy is about to be cooked by a witch and he tries to buy time by reading to her horror stories from a book. He gets to read four stories until she doesn't want to listen anymore. Those stories are written by some of the greatest horror authors of our time.
...Aaaand I haven't yet seen the GRAVEYARD SHIFT (1990) but it looks good enough for this and probably is, because it's based on a Stephen King story.
Well Any Saw movie would scare the shit outta me but to be honest Thats just me. The Exorcist is terrorfying but if you want to really scare you watch The Last House on the Left or the Hills have eyes 1 or 2 :)
Outbreak. It's not an actual horror movie. But, that was the only movie that made me sick, scared the shit outta me and I won't watch it to this day. Mostly because that shit could happen. No other horror movie has scared me that much so...Usually I'm rooting for the psychopath.
It really depends on your taste. The Blair Whitch Project scared the little Jesus outta me!!!! But if you've already seen that, than a HUGE step up would be Cannible Holocaust. When I say that movie, I couldn't eat meat for 2 weeks....wich is a REALLY big deal for me cuz I'm from Texas!!!! Good Luck ;)
The Rocky Horror Picture Show. XD ♥ I know most people won't sleep after watching a movie with a man dressed as a homosexual transvestite but I've no problems. XD ♥ I don't know about you though since I don't know you personally and what not how would I know. XD ♥ Tim Curry for the win. XD ♥
Well for a bloody and gory fun fest I have several to offer 1. would be "Demons & Demons 2" both Italian made and another Italian goody would be "Zombie" by Lucio Fulcis, then there's the original "Evil Dead" and last of all is a German made flick called "Premutos" acting is fair but there is plenty of blood, guts, and tons of gore not many can watch it without getting sick of course i could go on forever but we don't have that much time so enjoy?
I don't know what scares you, but maybe Antichrist and Lords of Salem. Those movies freaked me out. The Grudge is the only horror movie that gave me nightmares, but others might find it less scary.
The ghosts in Kairo were also freaky. The movie drags on, but the ghosts make it worth seeing.
ALRIGHT LADIES AND GENTLEMEN HORROR MOVIES ARE THE ONLY MOVIES I WATCH SO HERE ARE MY TOP 5.
1. The Descent: This movie is about a group of very likable and interesting friends who go exploring a cave system and get lost. While exploring, they come across some...strange things. This movie also has a sequel, and it's one of the few sequels that's every bit as good as the first.
2. Triangle: This is a movie that's more likely to keep you up at night than give you nightmares. I can't say much about the plot, because that would spoil what is possibly the best part of the movie, but the most basic description is this: some friends go out on a boat and get shipwrecked. They happen to find an abandoned cruise. At least, they think it's abandoned, until a mysterious masked stranger starts killing them off one by one. And that's all I'm gonna say.
3. Annabelle: This movie is really controversial -everyone either loves it or hates it. Personally, it's one of the only horror movies I've seen that's caused me to cover my eyes. If creepy dolls are your thing, this movie's perfect. It's based on a real doll, too, if that sweetens the deal at all. (The Conjuring is pretty good, as well. If you're going to see one, I'd recommend watching both).
4. Splinter: This is perhaps one of my favorite horror movies of all time. It's also one of the most unappreciated. It's similar to a zombie movie, but in a very unconventional way. A super dorky couple get held up by a couple of convicts. who demand to be taken over the border. Their roadtrip is cut short when a dead animal covered in spines attacks them.
5. The Mist: This is my favorite Stephen King movie. In case you didn't already know, the movie is about a strange mist housing monstrous creatures that sweeps across the globe. It's a little cheesy (like most stephen king movies) but I personally really loved it.
World War Z, in the dark. Really, it depends on your psyche - serial killers don't bother me, but that one gave me nightmares for WEEKS (it didn't help that my best friend, who watched it with me, got the idea to make the zombie noises in the middle of the night as we were going to sleep). Or Insidious, or Sinister- after those movies, I was couch bound for a couple of nights.