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online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-05 01:27 [#02545799]
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…you were scared shitless because of a movie? I remember
watching E.T. and being scared at the beginning of the film
at a very young age (5 or 6). But the first movie that
haunted me was Moontrap

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offline Tussle Toss on 2018-03-05 02:10 [#02545800]
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I was watching twister when I was 8, got bored.. so I
switched channel and it landed right on the shot of the twin
girls from the shining

i probably looked a lot like danny in that scene


 

offline Cliff Glitchard from DEEP DOWN INSIDE on 2018-03-05 02:24 [#02545801]
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Not sure about the timeline, but I think The Thing was the
first scary movie I watched that shit me right up, about
aged 7/8.

Although, I do remember swerving watching Jaws, possibly
earlier, and still remember not understanding any point of
watching the threat of a shark. The whole film could have
simply been avoided had those stupid cunts stayed out of the
sea. You don't need a bigger boat, you need to fear and
respect the dangers of the ocean. Which I think was the
point when I decided to not engage in most of the imagined
threats of scary movies.

In all honesty the most scary film I think I have ever seen
is Nil By Mouth as that is the closest reality I have seen,
that the characters couldn't avoid.



 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 09:38 [#02545805]
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the punks in police academy 2, their zoo hideout really
scared me was about 4 years old I remember


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 09:39 [#02545806]
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that film looks good fun, would like to watch it


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 09:42 [#02545807]
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also watching aliens when I was far too young, I must have
had nightmares for a month, nightmares that were scarier
than the film looking back at ait


 

online belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2018-03-05 10:17 [#02545808]
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my mum let me watch the terminator when i was about 7 or 8,
the scene where arnie cuts his eye out scared / disgusted
me. still loved the film though


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 10:19 [#02545809]
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yeah first one I like more than second one, its just more of
a pure film. Second one is great but the kid is a bit snotty
in it


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 10:21 [#02545810]
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LAZY_TITLE

plus first one has this scene


 

offline Indeksical from Phobiazero Damage Control (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 11:19 [#02545816]
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Jaws when I was 4 or 5. Have a fear of the sea now and won't
swim in it.


 

offline Indeksical from Phobiazero Damage Control (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 11:36 [#02545819]
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The kid and the focus on this father figure element
definitely make it a poorer movie imo


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 11:42 [#02545821]
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yeah first one is a tighter film as well, second is a bit
long winded. Yeah the tone isn't quite as good


 

offline Indeksical from Phobiazero Damage Control (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 11:44 [#02545822]
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The dumbest thing about the terminator sequels is how they
keep sending terminators to more recent times rather than
earlier in history. For the machines sending a terminator
back to before anyone has any knowledge of their existence
is obviously preferrable and from a story telling
perspective you have increasingly smaller odds of survival
and more tension if your protagonists only have the
technology of the 70s, 60s, 50s etc to help them.

If I had made terminator 2 I would have had the machines
simply send back a second terminator to the same point as
the first movie and then have it play out again but with two
terminators working together, diverging and changing based
on the new circumstances similar to back to the future.


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 11:45 [#02545823]
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yeah send them back to the 19th century and cut the bollocks
off of John Conner's ancestor or something


 

offline Indeksical from Phobiazero Damage Control (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 12:12 [#02545830]
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Terminator in the 19th century would be wicked. You'd need
an army to take one down.


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 12:20 [#02545836]
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yeah that would be a great idea, cos they would think its
witch craft, and you would have all that sub plot, plus they
don't have any good weapons so they would have to use a
trebuchet/cannon or something to even put a dint in him


 

online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-05 12:36 [#02545844]
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for that experience i would watch army of darkness. i loved
terminator 2 as a kid. i remember showing it to my cousins
when i was like 11 and they were scared as shit (two girls,
around the same age). that was one of the very few times my
mother gave me a slap in the face when she found out :)


 

online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-05 12:38 [#02545845]
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but the worst thing i did, was watching "faces of death" as
a kid, when i was like 12 or 13. i had a real trauma
afterwards that lasted for years


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 12:39 [#02545846]
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the only bit that freaked me out as a kid was when the t1000
as his step mum kills his step dad with the huge arm blade
through the throat


 

online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-05 12:44 [#02545851]
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this one



 

online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-05 12:48 [#02545852]
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ace scene! i was planning on watching that movie again, soon


 

online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-05 12:58 [#02545854]
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there is also a reworked version of moontrap on youtube that
im gonna watch, haha

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offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-03-05 12:59 [#02545857]
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fucking hell that's worse than any horror movie


 

online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-06 01:42 [#02545927]
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yup, it fucked me up real bad :/

i got my own tv for xmas when i was around 11 and it had a
cassette player built in. in summer time, once a month,
there was a big flea market in our village on the parking
lot of a huge furniture store. on this market you could
always find this sketchy guy who sold copied video cassettes
out of the trunk of his car. the covers were bad black and
white copies of the real ones. i think i still have some
cassettes at my parents place. he never gave me the real
hard stuff, so for that i had to go to my neighbour. he came
from a problematic family. his dad had this huge wooden box.
one day he pulled this cassette out of the box, i snapped it
and went straight home. i locked the door of my room and got
thrilled and excited when i put in the cassette and pressed
play. soon after i remember feeling nauseous and troubled.
and at the scene with the guy on the electric chair i lost
it. i remember opening my door and going outside. the world
seemed to have lost some of its colours. it was like someone
played with the saturation, suddenly everything was grey…
for a long time


 

offline Cliff Glitchard from DEEP DOWN INSIDE on 2018-03-06 01:47 [#02545928]
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Favourited for later. Cheers.

There is a film I'd like to mention that sticks in my memory
of recent years. For the life of me I can't remember the
title, but it was quite graphic, and incredibly psychotic
with little nature to the spark of the horror other than
someone psychotic enough to feel nothing of being barbaric.
I only watched it because it had a 20/30 minute or so
continous scene shot in one take. It was odd that none of
the images meant anything to me and I spent the entire time
intrigued at how it was done. It's not a good movie but
technically very well done.


 

online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-06 02:19 [#02545933]
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now, i wanna know what film that is.

i found moontrap through googling everything i remember,
like: dead body, spaceship, horror, scifi, weird machine. i
was so happy when i found it.

i remember having this dreamy washed out memory of an
animation film with weird creatures and and eerie
atmosphere. i googled and googled and found: Les Maîtres du
temps! I was so happy, i thought i had just dreamed it, but
it was a real memory

LAZY_TITLE

don't get your hopes too high for moontrap, though. its
definitely a b-movie but it feeds the nostalgic urge with
pre CG 80s vibes



 

offline Cliff Glitchard from DEEP DOWN INSIDE on 2018-03-06 02:49 [#02545934]
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Found it! It's called PIG

I think it is done almost entirely in realtime with no edits
way longer than the 20/30 minutes I said before.

It's not a good film, but still memorable for its delivery
like Cannibal Holocaust.


 

online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-06 15:18 [#02545959]
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reminds me slightly of twenty palms by bruno dumont


 

online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-08 01:18 [#02546078]
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shit! T1 is good! I think I've never seen the whole first
one before. just had a vague memory about it.


 

online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-08 01:24 [#02546079]
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man, since i got myself chrome cast and proper internet
(+netflix) my whole apartment got a lot more homey


 

online DADONCK from here on 2018-03-08 01:52 [#02546081]
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retroactive abortion…
such a good name for a Schlagergruppe


 

offline ijonspeches from 109P/Swift-Tuttle on 2018-03-08 14:49 [#02546105]
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yeah for whatever reason moontrap was shown in the daytime
when i was a kid though it was clearly showing lots of
horrific splatter and being generally sinister til the end.
kinda helped setting the foundation for a serious sci-fi
horror and alien franchise fixation


 

offline RussellDust on 2018-03-08 17:24 [#02546110]
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The Exorcist, when the girl comes down to the dinner party
and has a wee on the floor. It was like surreal horror and
really shocked me me.


 


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