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I'm no crybaby! I'm just androgynous, and theres nothing wrong with that!must be a cute movie I shall watch it...so you are quite a crybaby with movies and what about thriller/horror movies, do they scare you?
omg that's quite an overreaction!! if you can't handle horror don't watch it what is that movie Amadeus? maybe you can post that supposedly scary scene hereI'm no crybaby! I'm just androgynous, and theres nothing wrong with that!
The only time I pissed my pants at a movie was when I was a kid watching the opening scene to Amadeus. Which come to think of it is quite a manly way to get scared.
great music but where is that scene you were referring to? it is not a horror movie I supposeI handle horror with my palm glued to my face thank you very much.
Its quite frankly very chilling. The whole scene where they enter Salieri's room and find him in the state that he's in. Coupled with a trumpeting Symphony No. 25 sends shivers down my spine. And as a kid it really overwhelmed my senses.great music but where is that scene you were referring to? it is not a horror movie I suppose
yalla when I have few mins I will post for you some real good scary scenes till then prepare cry baby
@Salome@<u><a href="http://www.oroom.org/forum/member.php?u=11214" target="_blank">Frisbeetarian</a></u>.....opcorn:
not a fan of bloody horror but this is a classic
another classic, I think in the whole movie this was the scariest part
I can find only the trailer but the end scene is the best (like a good horror no happy ending)
hmm sure there are many others if I would search more but don’t want to scare you that much
HAH I found most of these to be comical, especially the first one where I couldn't help but giggle when she tore off his face.
Here's something that should de-pants any grown man/woman
And of course no mention of horror is complete without the inclusion of Alien
My father is a cruel man for making me watch this when I was 7.
And the Exorcism of Emily Rose, I had my palm plastered on my face for about 70% of the movie.
Never been too much of a fan of gore horror. Oh if you're into psychological horror you should definitely check out Rosemary's baby, that's if you haven't seen it already.The Elm Street is a classic...all classic horrors are rather comical today but so are actually most of them...for me only few qualify as a scary one maybe Darkness is amongst the few I found scary (have you seen it?) and there are some which I find disturbing (not like bloody horror but psychologically disturbing) like the ones I posted for ex......
Alien? Ok I didn't see it but is that a scary movie?? and its so old must be anything but scary watching it today...(are you that old? haha)