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Friday, October 27, 2006

Top Scariest Movie Moments (C/o Bravo)



I love scary movies... I like old black and whites. I like silly ones like Evil Dead. I like the new ones like the Dawn of the Dead remake. On Bravo today they went over 100 scary movie moments. I missed the first half, but I thought I'd share the list I did catch:

48.Thing (This is one of my favorites. I so could watch it right now.)
47.Nosferatu (A classic!)
46.Sentinel (Never saw it)
45.The Wickerman (the old one, not Nicolas Cage version)
44.The Game (I didn't realize it was a scary movie... but ok. It's the one with Michael Douglas.)
43.It's Alive!
42.American Werewolf in London (Oh, I loved this one as a kid. I had it copied from a video and watched it all the time. The transformation scene was definitely awesome for its time.)
41.The Hills Have Eyes (the original, not the remake)
40.Black Sunday (never heard of it)
39.Dawn of the Dead (Original - not the remake with Ving. Since zombies are the only thing that scare me, I'm totally fascinated by them. This is DEFINITELY one of my favorites. In fact, I have Max Brook's Zombie survival guide in my bathroom.)
38.Peeping Tom (Nope, not ringing any bells)
37.House on Haunted Hill (I prefer the remake)
36.Cape Fear (original)
35.Aliens (Ok, the Alien set is also one of my all time favorites. #3 is my least favorite but I'll sit down and watch all five of them to get my Alien fix).
34.The Hitcher (Rutger is just so awesome)
33.The Fly (I loved this movie - the Jeff Goldblum version, of course)
32.Pet Cemetary (Stephen King... I could NOT finish the book and didn't much care for the movie)
31.Friday the 13th (Ah yes... )
30.Blair Witch Project (The ending really stuck with me. They did a great job)
29.The Serpent & The Rainbow (One of my husband's favorites)
28.When a Stranger Calls (How many times have they remade this movie?)
27.Frankenstein (Another classic!!!)
26.Seven (Excellent movie until they screwed it up at the end... *grumble*)
25.Phantasm (I don't remember this one.)
24.Suspiria (Don't know it)
23.Rosemary's Baby (Now wasn't that trippy)
22.Don't Look Now (Nope, I don't know it)
21.Jacob's Ladder
20.The Ring (Yup, I found it creepy)
19.Hell Raiser (Those pins just look dreadfully uncomfortable)
18.The Haunting (I like the story)
17.Nightmare on Elm Street (I got so grounded when I walked to the theater without my parents to watch this movie - the theater didn't really care about that silly rating system)
16.The Omen
15.Freaks
14.Halloween (How can you not consider this a classic?)
13.Scream (Definitely enjoyable)
12.Misery (Oh yeah, the hobbling scene is definitely one that sticks with you)
11.Audition (Some crazy foreign film)
10.Wait Until Dark (Well, it's got Hepburn in it, so I'm sure it's good)
9.Night of the Living Dead (WOOT!!! Zombies ROCK!)
8.Carrie (Trippy!)
7.Silence of the lambs (I can't count how many times I've seen this movie)
6.The Shining ("Redrum!")
5.Texas Chainsaw Massacre (I have actually NOT seen it)
4.Psycho (Love it!)
3.The Exorcist (Good for its time)
2.Alien (YES!!!)
1.JAWS!!!!!!!! It's a family favorite... my kids love it (9 & 6)

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6 Comments:

Blogger Manic Mom said...

What about Poltergeist: "They're Here!" and that tree that sucked the kid out of his bed on that stormy night!

9:38 AM  
Blogger Rashenbo said...

I think that movie was one of the ones higher on the list... that Clown part with the little boy... I'll tell you... I don't like clowns because of that movie!!!
"Stay away from the LIGHT. Don't go into the light!" That lady was so creepy.

9:43 AM  
Blogger Irene said...

My husband forces me to watch scary movies just so he can get a kick out of hearing me scream my lungs out. :p

Happy Halloween!

9:55 AM  
Blogger Rashenbo said...

Thank you, Irene. Happy Halloween to you too... my husband really enjoys seeing me cover my eyes with my hands... he giggles like a school boy. I restrain myself from slapping him so that I don't catch the ickiness on screen!!! :)

We watched Wolfen last night... wow, was it a crappy movie.

1:10 PM  
Blogger Thomma Lyn said...

Wow, what a great list! I've seen most of those -- I'm a horror movie buff. :)

2:41 PM  
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