JM asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 1 decade ago

What horror movie(s) made you have nightmares for days/months/years?

Nightmare on Elm Street

Chucky

Zombie movies. Lol.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I've never had a nightmare from a horror movie.

    I have nightmares from real life, from what I see on the news.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Nightmare on Elm Street

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  • 1 decade ago

    Scream. I watched it in the 3rd grade, because my cousin wanted to watch it, and her parents didn't object... Oh my. In middle school, when I moved to fourth grade, I was WAY too afraid to go to the bathroom by myself, because of one scene where the girl is in the restroom, and the murderer is there. I didn't use the bathroom my entire middle school year, unless it was an EXTREME emergency, and when I did go, I usually made sure my friends and I were heading there to hang out after lunch.

    Chucky got me pretty good. It scared me a bit, since I was still young. I mean, a murderous doll? Dang, that coulda been one of my dolls! Not only that, my oldest brother had the EXACT same doll it was based on! The Ring gave me nightmares for a few nights. I still get creeped out when I see her walk, crawl out in the well... Yeah, I'm weak =D But I can't resist horror movies.

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    1 decade ago

    none of horror movie gave me that kind of experience but movie of real story, real event really did. like real tv. but i don't remember the name of that one that made me had bad bad nightmares for 1 week and i was so tired of waking up at night. i should n't have wached it.

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  • 1 decade ago

    well long ago i was on a date with a blond lol . i love horror movies and they didnt scare big bad me but i got a little help on this date . we were in theater watching scream and during one of those jump out and stab ya segmints . this girl grabs me and sucks her mouth over my ear and pulls me tight and screams as loud as she possibly could .i felt my bones comeing unglued and every hair stood up on end and i nearly passed out . my ear hurt for hours and i couldnt hear very well for days after that and horror movies took on new meaning after that .now i make sure im well out of reach before i watch one with a blond .

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  • 4 years ago

    the 1st Nightmare on Elm highway (whilst it first got here out), The Grudge (eastern version), Killer Clowns From Outer area (oldie yet creepy), The Shining (unique in basic terms), and break of day of the ineffective.

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  • 1 decade ago

    A long time ago I watched Event Horizon. I was dozing in and out of sleep and I kept seeing a pair of red eyes looking at me through my window.

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  • 1 decade ago

    When Darkness Falls didn't really scare me. But when I went home, alone, and had to sleep in my bed in the dark, I thought the tooth fairy was about to get me. Sometimes I still spook myself out like this.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Dawn of the Dead - I refused to leave my house for 2 days and actually carried my 9 mm around the house.

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  • 1 decade ago

    None, because I am Gandalf the White, HAHAHAHAHA.

    Maybe the tape of Britney Spears having birth,or some Linkin Park videos.

    F**k Linkin Park and Nightwish, Metallica and Guns n ****** Roses rule

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