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    I forgot to mention Hour of the Wolf (1968), directed by Ingmar Bergman. I found it chilling, dreamlike and filled with dread.

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    I don't like horror movies.

    I haven't seen many. Of those I have seen I won't watch The Exorcist again. I've always had bad luck after watching that movie. I like Exorcist II.

    Other movies that scared me were Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark. I can't think of anything else.


    When I was a kid I had a best friend who, as a teen, got into gory, bloody horror movies. She would laugh hysterically at all the gore as if it was funny. I don't understand people who do that. We grew apart for various reasons.

    If I were to watch a horror movie I'd prefer a psychologically scary movie, not a gory one. Dial M for Murder is scary enough for me.

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    I'll add scary movie "Invasion of The Body Snatchers" (original and remake).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth View Post
    I don't like horror movies.

    I haven't seen many. Of those I have seen I won't watch The Exorcist again. I've always had bad luck after watching that movie. I like Exorcist II.

    Other movies that scared me were Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark. I can't think of anything else.


    When I was a kid I had a best friend who, as a teen, got into gory, bloody horror movies. She would laugh hysterically at all the gore as if it was funny. I don't understand people who do that. We grew apart for various reasons.

    If I were to watch a horror movie I'd prefer a psychologically scary movie, not a gory one. Dial M for Murder is scary enough for me.
    Concur. Graphic horror imagery is compromising to our psychology. This culture is soaked in images and depictions of horror and violence and it shows in the pathological behaviors of people. Mentally healthy people are naturally repulsed by these images. Plus, horror movies serve as a way to inject "triggers" in people that our media masters can exploit later.
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    I don't care for horror or slasher movies either. It's usually about a bunch of inept teenagers that don't have a clue.

    But, The Exorcist is a classic.
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    I used to be a horror film enthusiast, as unlikely as it sounds. In my youth, I must have watched over 90 films from this genre within 6 months. Aside from the classical psychological thrillers (i.e. The Birds) and the seemingly unstoppable monsters (i.e. Halloween), nothing nowadays strikes me as memorable or interesting.
    It's all very senseless, a cauldron of much unneeded depictions of drugs & alcoholism, profanity, sexual indecency, and violence. Horror seems to be the de facto excuse for the inclusion of aforementioned vices and an exercise for potential deviants and monsters who delight in the terror of their victims/enemies.

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    I don't watch any movies at all.
    I'm only watching certain documentaries.

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