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@Movies·1yr ago·2:17

Question of the Week, June 28th: What is the scariest film you have ever seen?

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"…So having said all of that, let's get away from Pennywise and talk about your favorite horror movie, the scariest movie you have ever seen.…"

The title says it all. What film makes your skin crawl, keeps you up at night, and makes you think you’re hearing things? #movies #film #horror

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Omkari Williams

@Omkari · 1yr ago · 0:45

"…All I need to see our little teeny clips of it and I can just feel my skin crawl all over again. So Jack Nicholson Kudos to you. It scared the Jeepers out of me. So I'll be curious to see what other people have to say.…"

The Shining, nothing else is even close.

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Robyn W

@BeaumouManatee · 1yr ago · 4:51

"…Probably my other answer would be The Crow, and I've made that like one and a half because I don't know if it really counts as a horror film. I didn't see all of it, and it may be more of an action film than a horror film, but that one I also saw when I was really young and I won't say too much about it.…"

1.5 answers: The Ring and The Crow

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Siddhanta Pramanik

@Siddhanta007 · 1yr ago · 0:36

"…Horror has always been my genre. That gives me enough freedom to accept that like you can see can predict it a lot like generally, like when you see in the horror movie, what will happen next? What will this is the culture. This person is the person who for which the street is hunted and how we started everything. So all these things are really something that we really love about horror movies and everything. But obviously another way to express horror movies is by just not generalizing it.…"

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Parmi Savla

@Whimsicalpastry · 1yr ago · 1:04

"…And I don't think I will ever be comfortable in seeking a shelter during a very rough night at anybody's place because I will always have that fear that some sick person, a person with a very sick mentality could do horrendous things. My body. Yeah.…"

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Robyn W

@BeaumouManatee · 1yr ago · 1:16

"…It was not called Walrus, but it was about Walrus. It was called Tusk. It was on Amazon Prime, and my mom recommended this movie to me. She recommended it to me like it was going to be like a horror comedy film, sort of like Shaun of the Dead or Zombievers or something like that. But it was like super gruesome and ridiculous. And from everything I've heard about Human Centipede, it was kind of along the same lines, just Walrus themed instead of Centipede themed.…"

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