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Just saw the Blair Witch Project. This movie was so creepy and scary I don't know if I could watch it again. The last like 3 minutes are the scariest of any movie for me. Anyone else think so too? Anyway, it was very good, a little slow, but very scary and interesting. Its been an hour since it ended and I swear, I'm still getting shivers thinking about it. 9/10

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I saw the movie Pumpkin. It's about a sorority girl who falls in love with a handicapped man while training him for the "Challenged Games". It was a pretty interesting film and it was sad. Made me cry a bit but overall the movie was good. 9/10

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Just saw the Blair Witch Project. This movie was so creepy and scary I don't know if I could watch it again. The last like 3 minutes are the scariest of any movie for me. Anyone else think so too? Anyway, it was very good, a little slow, but very scary and interesting. Its been an hour since it ended and I swear, I'm still getting shivers thinking about it. 9/10

 

Absolutely. One of my rare 10/10 movies. It is so creepy, I really love that movie.

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^Yeah the movie ending is quite different from the book. The book leaves you hanging, the movie shoves a bleak ending in your face.

 

Still interested, but not a very Stephen King like ending...much more like a Twilight Zone or Outer Limits ending.

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Has anybody seen The Skeleton Key? I saw it with my younger cousin and liked it. It wasen't scary at all. It was kinda confusing. The only thing I didn't like about it was the ending. It was a bad ending. 10/10

 

Flesh, Flesh, Flesh, Flesh!

 

I also liked it because it wasa flimed by my town where I live! (In Vacherie, Louisiana).

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Blair Witch Project

 

The best horror film I've seen in 5 years! why can't other directors make their movies this scary? A lot of blood DOES NOT mean it is scary.

 

10/10!!!

 

Yeah, shaky camera also does not equal scary.

 

I never got this movie, or why people like it.

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Blair Witch Project

 

The best horror film I've seen in 5 years! why can't other directors make their movies this scary? A lot of blood DOES NOT mean it is scary.

 

10/10!!!

 

Yeah, shaky camera also does not equal scary.

 

I never got this movie, or why people like it.

 

Have you seen the sequel? It's a totally different movie and it's actually quite (psychologically) scary!

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Blair Witch Project

 

The best horror film I've seen in 5 years! why can't other directors make their movies this scary? A lot of blood DOES NOT mean it is scary.

 

10/10!!!

 

Yeah, shaky camera also does not equal scary.

 

I never got this movie, or why people like it.

 

So Elissa, is the Blair Witch Project fake?

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I'm not sure if anyone else got the chance to see The Mist this weekend but if you get the chance it is a must see imho. The short story while good has nothing on the movie. The tension amongst those trapped is just terrifying and lets not even get me started on the most ANTI-Hollywood ending ever. The book left alit of the end to the imagination while the movie definitely ends the story in a fall on your face way.

Just note though that this is not a horror movie (most King stories are not horror anyway and more how people react to situations of the supernatural). This movie is much more of a conflict story and how people deal with the unknown. Sure there is blood and bugs but they are not the main characters to the story.

 

Anyway I hope people get the chance to see it at some point. We need to get rid of "torture porn" and back to the genre that gave us suspense and a few scares.

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got to see "No Country For Old Men"- awesome flick, and though it does have an abrupt ending, if you see the movie and think about it for awhile, it totally fits in with the whole theme the movie is trying to enforce in the first place. Rock on Coen Bros.

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We saw Grease yesterday. I remember me wanting to be T-Bird when I was 11-12 years old, that's how much I liked the movie back then.

Now, about 20 years after I saw Grease for the last time, I have to admit that I still like the movie and music. And I still think Travolta was absolutely cool in Grease.

Grease gets a 9/10 rating from me.

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