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  • Jonne Aaron.

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    Hm, a decent horror film.
    I love scary movies, but I've never seen a really great one.
    Most scary movies now are so predictable and, well, not scary. ><
    The Ginger Snaps trilogy is fantastic. There's also this Swedish movie I watched recently called Let The Right One In which is amazing. Cradle of Fear is apparently pretty good if you like a fair bit of blood and gore.

    There are plenty more, I'm sure, but those ones stick out in my mind.
    August 14th, 2009 at 08:42am
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    Hm, a decent horror film.
    I love scary movies, but I've never seen a really great one.
    Most scary movies now are so predictable and, well, not scary. ><
    The Descent is pretty awesome. I saw it in theatres and I actually screamed three different times. :XD And trust me, I don't really get scared by movies easily. It's very gory, too. Eli Roth is the director, the guy who made Hostel. :weird Also, [REC] is brilliant. It's a Spanish film, so there's subtitles, but it doesn't take away from the movie at all. I just watched it last night for the first time and it's not exactly pee-in-your-pants kind of scary, but it's definitely a bit creepy. Again, lots of gore. You can find the entire movie on YouTube, but I would suggest finding the DVD somewhere (Blockbuster, or Amazon.com if they don't have it) and buying it yourself. Watching it on the computer takes away the suspense compared to watching it on your own tv with the lights out.

    And as the person above suggested, Let the Right One In is amazing. :cheese: It's not really scary (to me, at least), but there's vampires. Can't go wrong with that. Yeah, there're a lot of vampires films out there, but just trust me on this one; this film is totally awesome. I've also heard that Audition is pretty disturbing. I haven't seen it yet, but I've heard it's pretty gnarly, so you can try that. :]

    And I just realized that aside from one, all of these films are foreign. :XD
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    While I'm here, movies that'll make me cry? Not necessarily romances.
    Seven Pounds is pretty sad. It made me sob. :shifty There are some romance-type scenes in it, but that's not the main focus/theme of the film. It's very good. Will Smith and Rosario Dawson's in it. Wow Another film that makes me cry is Legends of the Fall. That's definitely kind of a romance movie, but it's really good. :]
    August 18th, 2009 at 10:42am
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    Hm, a decent horror film.
    I love scary movies, but I've never seen a really great one.
    Most scary movies now are so predictable and, well, not scary. ><
    The Exorcist, The Shining, Rosemary's Baby, Silence of the Lambs.
    All of them known to scare the living daylights out of grown men. :cute:
    I watched the first two and didn't even jump. I also watched The Blair Witch Project with the same reaction. I do, however, pee myself when I watch The Ring and Chucky. :shifty
    :XD I watched those movies and had the opposite reaction.
    To each their own I guess. :D

    Anyways, I'd like a good movie. That's a broad category but I'd just like to see a movie that makes me go :cheese:
    August 19th, 2009 at 05:17am
  • tyler joseph.

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    ^You can try Requiem for a Dream. That was my reaction when I first saw it. :XD
    August 19th, 2009 at 05:40am
  • Smashed Pumpkin.

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    Katelyn.:
    :XD I watched those movies and had the opposite reaction.
    To each their own I guess. :D

    Anyways, I'd like a good movie. That's a broad category but I'd just like to see a movie that makes me go :cheese:
    You should watch Transamerica.
    October 30th, 2009 at 04:26pm
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    While I'm here, movies that'll make me cry? Not necessarily romances.
    If you're still open for suggestions, I've got a few:

    The Soloist (because I'm such a wuss.)
    Four Brothers (it's a comedy and sort of a tragedy, I bawl like a damn baby.)
    Big Daddy.
    Pay It Forward (one of the saddest movies I've ever seen.)
    I Am Legend.
    We Are Marshall.
    District 9.
    The Outsiders Shifty

    There's probably a couple of others that I can't remember right now, but these are the one's that always make me cry.
    January 23rd, 2010 at 03:53am
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    Historical Romances that are not based on Jane Austen books?

    I love Jane, believe me you, but I think I'm ready to branch out a bit. Cute
    January 23rd, 2010 at 07:37am
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    Historical Romances that are not based on Jane Austen books?

    I love Jane, believe me you, but I think I'm ready to branch out a bit. Cute
    Have you tried The Young Victoria, Atonement, The Duchess of Langeais and The Duchess - I'm not sure if they're based on Jane Austin, I don't think they are.
    January 23rd, 2010 at 02:16pm
  • Coheed Kilgannon

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    Any movies with statements that make you go: OMG NO! Shocked

    And you're wondering why you're sitting there watching this movie, but by the end, it's already left it's mark on you.
    January 24th, 2010 at 06:22pm
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    Any movies with statements that make you go: OMG NO! Shocked

    And you're wondering why you're sitting there watching this movie, but by the end, it's already left it's mark on you.
    AMERICAN BEAUTY. It won't necessarily shock you to the core, but it definitely left an impression on me. If you haven't seen it, watch it, it's so good. It's really funny at points and there's a twist at the end that I didn't see coming at all. Another one that left a mark on me was Seven Pounds. Again, it's not a movie that's meant to shock you, but the message and statement of the film was, for me, really hard to forget. It's a beautiful movie. If you're a baby like me, then you'll probably end up sobbing like I did. XD Other films to check out:

    Mysterious Skin (this definitely left me going Shocked after I watched it. There's themes of child molestation, just to warn you)
    Requiem For a Dream (same reaction as above only multiplied times five)
    Zero Day and Bang Bang You're Dead (both about school shootings)
    Into the Wild (awesome movie)
    Dead Poets Society (though I think everybody on Mibba has seen this. XD)

    And I haven't seen this one, but from what I've read about it, Trainspotting might meet your criteria.

    Hope that helped in any way. Cute
    January 27th, 2010 at 08:44am
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    AMERICAN BEAUTY. It won't necessarily shock you to the core, but it definitely left an impression on me. If you haven't seen it, watch it, it's so good. It's really funny at points and there's a twist at the end that I didn't see coming at all. Another one that left a mark on me was Seven Pounds. Again, it's not a movie that's meant to shock you, but the message and statement of the film was, for me, really hard to forget. It's a beautiful movie. If you're a baby like me, then you'll probably end up sobbing like I did. XD Other films to check out:

    Mysterious Skin (this definitely left me going Shocked after I watched it. There's themes of child molestation, just to warn you)
    Requiem For a Dream (same reaction as above only multiplied times five)
    Zero Day and Bang Bang You're Dead (both about school shootings)
    Into the Wild (awesome movie)
    Dead Poets Society (though I think everybody on Mibba has seen this. XD)

    And I haven't seen this one, but from what I've read about it, Trainspotting might meet your criteria.

    Hope that helped in any way. Cute
    Thanks! Cute

    I've seen American Beauty, and it was awesome.
    January 27th, 2010 at 01:25pm
  • folie a dru.

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    Any movies with statements that make you go: OMG NO! Shocked

    And you're wondering why you're sitting there watching this movie, but by the end, it's already left it's mark on you.
    I don't know if it's exactly what you're looking for, but everytime I watch Closer I can't stop thinking and I usually have to go smoke and maybe cry and sometimes I get a little depressed.
    January 28th, 2010 at 04:40am
  • Smashed Pumpkin.

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    Any movies with statements that make you go: OMG NO! Shocked

    And you're wondering why you're sitting there watching this movie, but by the end, it's already left it's mark on you.
    You should watch 'The Illusionist' It's really really good.
    January 30th, 2010 at 01:23pm
  • Bella Goes Away.

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    Scary movies - NOT gore.
    I've seen the basic lot like the Exorcist, Halloween (new and old), Blair Witch Project, It, The Descent, Chucky, Rec (and remake), etc, etc etc.
    I've seen A LOT of horror movies, and only a few has scared me.
    I don't get scared by blood, but rather by "ghost" movies, like Paranormal Activity, The Orphanage and The Others.

    So any suggestions in that sort of movie, would be awesome!
    January 31st, 2010 at 02:12pm
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    Scary movies - NOT gore.
    I've seen the basic lot like the Exorcist, Halloween (new and old), Blair Witch Project, It, The Descent, Chucky, Rec (and remake), etc, etc etc.
    I've seen A LOT of horror movies, and only a few has scared me.
    I don't get scared by blood, but rather by "ghost" movies, like Paranormal Activity, The Orphanage and The Others.

    So any suggestions in that sort of movie, would be awesome!
    No gore? I would suggest The Unborn, maybe. Or The Uninvited.
    January 31st, 2010 at 07:29pm
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    Any movie with that certain 'Fight Club' or 'Avatar' effect? Where you just sit there without moving while the credits are rolling. You're speechless and your mind is blank even though you're desperately trying to wrap your head around what you just watched.
    February 1st, 2010 at 12:35am
  • Bella Goes Away.

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    No gore? I would suggest The Unborn, maybe. Or The Uninvited.
    Thanks, but seen them already. x]
    I've seen a ridiculous ammount of movies in this genre, which is why it's so hard now to find anymore.
    And no, no gore. I don't like it, because it doesn't frighten me in the least. Movies like Saw or Hostel just annoy me.
    February 1st, 2010 at 11:50am
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    Any movie with that certain 'Fight Club' or 'Avatar' effect? Where you just sit there without moving while the credits are rolling. You're speechless and your mind is blank even though you're desperately trying to wrap your head around what you just watched.
    One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest?
    February 4th, 2010 at 08:11pm
  • Smashed Pumpkin.

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    Any movie with that certain 'Fight Club' or 'Avatar' effect? Where you just sit there without moving while the credits are rolling. You're speechless and your mind is blank even though you're desperately trying to wrap your head around what you just watched.
    The Illusionist. - It also stars Edward Norton like Fight Club
    February 6th, 2010 at 12:07pm
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    Neytiri.:
    Scary movies - NOT gore.
    I've seen the basic lot like the Exorcist, Halloween (new and old), Blair Witch Project, It, The Descent, Chucky, Rec (and remake), etc, etc etc.
    I've seen A LOT of horror movies, and only a few has scared me.
    I don't get scared by blood, but rather by "ghost" movies, like Paranormal Activity, The Orphanage and The Others.

    So any suggestions in that sort of movie, would be awesome!
    I'd recommend:
    The Ring (one and two).
    Orphan (AMAZING TWIST AT THE END).
    The Reaping.

    They're not ghost stories like you asked for, but they lack gore (well...Orphan has some) and really play with your mind.
    February 7th, 2010 at 06:20pm