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2 hits Rate me! Share Favorite | Flag 1 mo ago by Noldor

What was the first horror movie you saw?

Release Date: Tuesday, October 3 2017
Stars: Ghosts , Ghouls
Genre(s): Horror

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1 month ago - Tuesday 10/3/17 - 1:07:50 PM EST (GMT-5)
Did it scare the bajeebers out of you, or did you crave more?
1 month ago - Tuesday 10/3/17 - 1:10:04 PM EST (GMT-5)
the first one i remember terrifying the crap out of me was carrie
but then i wanted more
1 month ago - Tuesday 10/3/17 - 1:17:01 PM EST (GMT-5)
i remember the first one being fully allowed to watch was final destination when i was seven and it didnt scare me but i was so intrigued by the way it set up the creative deaths

the first movie to ever scare me was gremlins and i was 5
1 month ago - Tuesday 10/3/17 - 2:31:38 PM EST (GMT-5)
I don't know what my first one ever was
it might have been gremlins for me as well

I might have been about 7 when I watched it and I remember parts of it really freaking me out

the other movie I remember watching around that time was killer clowns from outer space which also freaked me out
1 month ago - Tuesday 10/3/17 - 2:36:49 PM EST (GMT-5)
The first that I remember is Poltergeist. I was about 9 or 10 years old and watched it like 5 or 6 times each day over a weekend with a couple friends. They were both girls and his behind me the whole time. 9/10 year old me thought I was some really cool playa or something.
1 month ago - Tuesday 10/3/17 - 2:47:17 PM EST (GMT-5)
My parents took us to see "House of Dark Shadows" when I was 9 years old. I had my eyes closed but it didn't help because of the spooky music and what they were saying, though I don't remember it well. Me and my siblings started trembling. So my parents had mercy on us and we left the theater.

I haven't seen it since then, but I'm curious to watch it now and see what I was so scared about.
1 month ago - Tuesday 10/3/17 - 4:30:49 PM EST (GMT-5)
Jaws. I was 2.
Nope.
Horror movies have never freaked me out whatsoever, but I love them.
1 month ago - Tuesday 10/3/17 - 4:40:08 PM EST (GMT-5)
Don't know if that really counts but I guess it was The Birds. 10 year old me wasn't really terrified but definitely impressed.
1 month ago - Tuesday 10/3/17 - 4:52:49 PM EST (GMT-5)
Nightmare on Elm Street it scared me and so I only watched a little of it.
1 month ago - Tuesday 10/3/17 - 11:18:36 PM EST (GMT-5)
The Incredible Shrinking Man. I couldn't watch through to the end.
Gosh, that was a while back. The theater isn't there any more. The elementary school my brother went to isn't there any more. Thirty years ago, I interviewed for a job in an office that occupied the same space as my bedroom had, thirty years before that...
1 month ago - Wednesday 10/4/17 - 1:57:00 AM EST (GMT-5)

1 month ago - Saturday 10/14/17 - 1:43:25 PM EST (GMT-5)
Cronenberg's The Fly is the first one I remember (I was probably 7 or so). I have no idea why my parents let us watch that with them; they were usually strict about no R-rated movies. I think my dad rented it because he liked the old one and thought it wouldn't be too scary for us. It was. I loved it.
1 month ago - Saturday 10/14/17 - 2:30:23 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Tuesday 10/3/17 - 11:18:36 PM aldod wrote:
The Incredible Shrinking Man. I couldn't watch through to the end. Gosh, that was a while back. The theater isn't there any more. The elementary school my brother went to isn't there any more. Thirty years ago, I interviewed for a job in an office that occupied the same space as my bedroom had, thirty years before that...


I've read the novel, but not seen the movie.
1 month ago - Saturday 10/14/17 - 9:47:10 PM EST (GMT-5)
I've been watching R-Rated films since I was born, and horror movies right along.
So I'll go with the first one I watched alone: Puppetmaster.
I watched several Puppetmaster movies one night, by myself, as a young teen.
They were on the TV so of course I just watched them all as they were shown in a marathon.
I was so scared, terrified, but I couldn't just stop watching. I had to see what was going to happen!!!
Now I want to see them again.
1 month ago - Thursday 10/19/17 - 1:52:45 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 10/14/17 - 1:43:25 PM birdsong4j wrote:
Cronenberg's The Fly is the first one I remember (I was probably 7 or so). I have no idea why my parents let us watch that with them; they were usually strict about no R-rated movies. I think my dad rented it because he liked the old one and thought it wouldn't be too scary for us. It was. I loved it.

Put this in my October horror rotation because I hadn't seen it in years. If anyone has a better body horror recommendation, I'd love to hear it, because this is still f*cking fantastic.
25 days ago - Sunday 10/29/17 - 4:09:13 PM EST (GMT-5)
Frankenstein 1931
The Blob
The Thing From Another World
King Kong
Whatever Hppened To Baby Jane.

I watched all of these on TV while staying at my Aunties house when I was 6 or 7. Mostly they were laughable even them. Bette Davis serving up rats and budgies for lunch was the freakiest.
25 days ago - Sunday 10/29/17 - 4:13:39 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 10/14/17 - 1:43:25 PM birdsong4j wrote:
Cronenberg's The Fly is the first one I remember (I was probably 7 or so). I have no idea why my parents let us watch that with them; they were usually strict about no R-rated movies. I think my dad rented it because he liked the old one and thought it wouldn't be too scary for us. It was. I loved it.
On Thursday 10/19/17 - 1:52:45 AM birdsong4j wrote:
Put this in my October horror rotation because I hadn't seen it in years. If anyone has a better body horror recommendation, I'd love to hear it, because this is still f*cking fantastic.

i wouldnt say its better but i really really love eraserhead by lynch. probably one of his best movies
25 days ago - Sunday 10/29/17 - 4:56:13 PM EST (GMT-5)
It’s not a horror movie.
25 days ago - Sunday 10/29/17 - 5:18:11 PM EST (GMT-5)
I love Eraserhead, but I agree, not truly horror.
24 days ago - Monday 10/30/17 - 1:10:35 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 10/29/17 - 4:09:13 PM Boredofu wrote:
Frankenstein 1931 The Blob The Thing From Another World King Kong Whatever Hppened To Baby Jane.

Those are all classics. I saw them all when I was a teenager, Except "the Thing From Another World" which is current next up on my Netflix list.
22 days ago - Wednesday 11/1/17 - 11:50:47 AM EST (GMT-5)
Baby Jane was about 4/5 years old then. It was a big thing that it was on TV. We had popcorn and everything,,, well except for rat platter.
18 days ago - Saturday 11/4/17 - 9:55:56 PM EST (GMT-5)
its not a horror movie but theres a body horror element
18 days ago - Sunday 11/5/17 - 11:57:59 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 11/4/17 - 9:55:56 PM cola wrote:
its not a horror movie but theres a body horror element

There iiiiis…but it's so much beside the point of the film, imo.
17 days ago - Monday 11/6/17 - 3:05:39 PM EST (GMT-5)
Whn you are 7 it's a horror film.



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