Thursday, October 13, 2011

Trick or Treat Day 1 Spooktacular Giveaways

This Giveaway is now closed!
Here at A Book-Lovers Review Trick or Treating will begin today, October 13th and end on Halloween night October 31st. 
I will have 13 SIGNED books to cast off to some lucky wicked soul (that's you, in case you didn't figure it out). And then end this SPOOKTACULAR event with a Screaming Bundle Pack (picture & list below).

Take a look at what is up for grabs.
Featured Authors
Rachel Vincent - If I Die
Sherrilyn Kenyon - Infinity (Giveaway Day 3)
Sophie Jordan- Vanish (Giveaway Day 6)
Tera Lynn Childs- Sweet Venom
Cynthia Leitich Smith- Blessed (Giveaway Day 2)
Maureen Johnson- The Name of the Star (Giveaway Day 5)
Alyson Noel- Everlasting (Giveaway Day 9)
Rosemary Clement-Moore- Texas Gothic
Erin Morgentern- The Night Circus (Giveaway Day 8)
Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohls - Beautiful Chaos (Giveaway Day 7)
Melissa de la Cruz- Lost in Time (Giveaway Day 4)
Lisa McMann- Cryer’s Cross
Tara Hudson- Hereafter

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How To Win
 You must be a follower to enter into my contest.
Fill out the form and follow all direction each day.
That is it!

How it Works
Each day I will post a giveaway from October 13th-26th.
All giveaways will close on Halloween Night midnight CST.
 US/Canada Only! Sorry!
If you are an International follower and you really want to enter you may if you are willing to pay for shipping @ PayPal.

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Day 1 Giveaway
Screaming Bundle Pack!!
Enthralled anthology (signed by Rachel Vincent)
(Signed) The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern (Donated by Random House)
(Signed)The Night Circus card stock Excerpts (Donated by Random House)
Dear Bully anthology
Audiobook- Dreamland by Alyson Noel (Donated by Macmillan Audio)
Audiobook- All These Things I've Done by Gabrielle Zevin
(Donated by Macmillan Audio)
Bookmarks- Infinity,Forgive My Fins, If I Die (signed)
Button- YA Saves
Tattoos-Forgive My Fins
Magnet w/marker- Blessed
Not in Picture
(Signed) Firelignt by Sophie Jorden & Swag Pack
Books by Alyson Noel
I will keep adding items if anymore are donated.


Thank you to Macmillan, Random House, Sophie Jordan, Alyson Noel and all who have donated to the Screaming Prize Pack!! 

To Enter please Fill out the form below. 
You may enter only once.
You must be a follower.
 International Followers please remember that if you enter you may have to pay for shipping.
For extra entries:
1.+1  I need for you to recommend a scary movie or tell me what has been the scariest movie you have ever seen. Leave your response as a comment below.
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4. +10 if you create a post for this giveaway.


209 comments:

  1. The scariest movie I have ever seen was Signs with Mel Gibson. The fact that you couldn't actually see the aliens freaked me out. And when I think about that scene in the cellar, in front of the grate... heebie jeebie city!

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  2. I found the Japanese version of Tale of 2 sisters was freaking freaky!! I usually don't like movies where I need to use the captioning but this one is worth it if you like horror!

    Giselle
    Xpresso Reads

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  3. The SHINING! The move is so creepy and terrifying. Paranormal Activity is a close second. :( The idea of evil spirits frightens me more than anything.
    Bethany

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  4. the scariest movie I've seen would be the Ring, I don't know why, but that movie scares me to death!

    Cassie

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  5. One of the scariest movies I have ever seen was The Descent! You won't find me in any caves any time soon, or ever!

    Amanda Welling
    hippiesbeautyandbooksohmy@gmail.com

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  6. hmm...The scariest movie I have ever seen, that I can remember, was 13 ghosts. I usually attempt to avoid scary movies.

    Jennelle

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  7. Ahh! So many decisions! Umm I would have to say Silent Hill. I love the whole story line and intense gory/horror scenes. I would say Insidious would be my second choice.

    Gina

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  8. I am such a baby with scary movies and I am not sure if it really counts, but the Jaws movies have scarred me for life! LOL

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  9. The scariest movie I've ever seen was Antichrist. I really, really do NOT recommend seeing it. It is way too disturbing to have ever been made.

    Bekka

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  10. Are we allowed to only choose one of the extra entries? Because I can't seem to select them all. If we are, just include the entry I put via form and ignore this :P If not, then keep reading :)

    +1 comment: Hmmm...the scariest movie I've seen? Shoot, that's a hard one. I've never been much for scary movies and those that people have found scary have always bored me or made me laugh. Haha, I don't know what to say. However, if it counts, I've always been afraid of the Saw movies. I hate blood and guts and gore D:

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  11. I am not one for scary movies, but think one of the creepiest ones I've seen is Signs. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  12. Gotta love the Scream Series! Best scary movies I can think of! Awesome Giveaway! : )

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  13. The NIghtmare on Elm street, although I saw it when I was 5, so my opinion might change if I watch it in the future :)

    Awesome giveaway, thank you!
    stephanie(dot)mcnemar(at)selu(dot)edu

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  14. Mary D [M.A.D.]
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    +1 comment: The Shining, hands down!!! Was scared to walk into the bathroom after watching it lol
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    Total 17 points I think :D
    The form wouldn't let me mark each of them lol

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  15. I think one of my favorite/scariest movies that I've seen would be Intensity. (based on the book by Dean Koontz) It really freaked me out because it's one of those movies that could happen in real life!! Those are the best kind of scary.

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  16. Hmm... I don't really watch "scary" movies. I think the scariest one I've seen is Signs or any of the Final Destination movies, though those are more disgusting than scary, but they do leave you freaking out about normal everyday stuff, like tanning beds.

    Thanks for the gaveaways and the others to come,

    - Megan
    meganconwy@gmail.com

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  17. I seriously DON"T recommend Quarantine or any other motion crazy picture like it = motion sickness. I do recommend ....Slither haha I know its corny but its still scary! I loved it - it was icky. Oh yes and Planet Terror is one of my favs - I like corny terror if you can't tell.

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  18. When I was a child, it was definitely The Exorcist. Then when The Grudge came out, it was that. There's no other movie that scares me more than the Grudge does, and I don't think I'll ever watch the Japanese version. haha

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  19. Mary, I did that too and I couldn't mark them all!

    I would say The Grudge 2. I'm not a big fan of y movies so I haven't seen many, but of the ones I have thats definitely it!

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  20. My favorite scary movie is Signs!

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  21. Fire in the Sky is really creepy, and based on a true story, if I remember correctly! If you want something super corny and hilarious, try to find The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra or Hard Rock Zombies. :P

    What scares me most in horror movies is when you can hear children running or giggling or whisper-singing, but you can't see them. Creeps me the heck out.

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  22. Hey Guys!! I'm so sorry about the form and the check boxes. It is now fixed but please don't worry if you couldn't get to check them off before. I will check the comments before tallying up the entries for everyone.

    The comments are great!! Keep them coming. I've heard Insidious is pretty scary but I haven't seen it. Maybe I'll check it out for Halloween.

    Good Luck everyone!!

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  23. the scariest i have ever seen was 1408... freaked me out.....

    Katie

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  24. Oh I just wanted to add that I did the extra entries too. I kind of added the links and what not to the entry form but just in case..

    Tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/HippesBeuTBooks/status/124621254975176705

    Comment is above! :)

    Blog Post: http://www.hippiesbeautyandbooksohmy.com/2011/10/trick-or-treat-spooktacular-giveaway.html

    Thanks again for this awesome giveaway! :)

    Amanda
    hippiesbeautyandbooksohmy@gmail.com

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  25. Scariest movie?!?! EXORCIST!!!

    AAAAHHHHHHHHHH *hides under bed* :P

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  26. Clarissa- LOL!! Yes that is one scary movie. It's so much fun reading all the comment! Thanks guys!

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  27. i'm one of those who got scared from the blair witch project

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  28. Aliens ...the orginal! I was really little when I saw it though! Lol!
    Viajeradelmar@aol.com

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  29. Nothing beats the old Jason movies. If I have to be specific then I would choose Friday the 13th Camp Crystal Lake. Nothing instills such fear in me as the music when Jason is on the move... except for maybe Jaw (that movie really scared the crap out of me too!)
    hhammack@live.com

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  30. To be honest the movie that gives me nightmares literally every time I watch it is Titanic.

    ...There's a possibility that I'm a total wimp.

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  31. Hi! I normally don't watch scary movies, but the scariest one I can think of is either the grudge or the ring. I watched the ring when I was a little kid and we all know how that turned out xD

    vampyreprincess109(at)gmail(dot)com

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  32. I don't like to watch scary movies but Paranormal Activity was pretty scary.

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  33. I think The exorcism of emily rose scared the pants off me more then any other movie. I still hate the time 3am. I've tried to follow but it's being stubborn.

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  34. I'm not really a scary movie person. I think the scariest thing I've seen was one of the Final Destination movies. My boyfriend bugged me to watch it with him. (As a funny aside, my Halloween 'movie' of choice is The Halloween Tree. Been watching it since I was young and it's a tradition by this point.)

    You will find the button in my "Gotta Love Giveaways" roll on my sidebar.

    As for the blog post, here is a link for you:

    http://www.katreads.com/2011/10/trick-of-treat-spooktacular-giveaways.html

    I hope that is helpful. I tweeted to, but the link for that is in the supplied box. Thanks for the totally awesome giveaway. Have a great day!

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  35. +1 I'm a bit of a wimp, so I don't watch too many scary movies. The Pet Cemetery movies scared the heck outta me when I was little ;)

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    Aeicha
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  36. LOVE Dawn of the Dead. Anything with zombies will normally scare me but I love it!

    Kristan @ Lost Amongst the Shelves

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  37. I haven't watched any scary movies lately but The Decent and that movie about the aliens with Mila. O.o Scared the living out of me.

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  38. I think that the scariest movie I watched was Nightmare on Elm Street (The Original). What scared me was the thought that someone can get you in your dreams. Great giveaway. Thanks for the chance.

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  39. Poltergeist was probably the scariest movie for me growing up. We had some ghostly things happening in the family already so seeing this movie did not help.
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  40. This japanese movie, The Grudge. Still gives me the creeps!

    new follower here. :)

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  41. Scary movies have never really gotten to me with two exceptions....Pet Cemetary (my cat looked just like Church and loved to terrorize me at night) and The Grudge (something about that hair coming out of the ceiling).

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  42. I remember Jaws being super scary.

    Thanks so much. Awesome prizes!

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  43. The scary movies i remember is anything with vincent price. He scared me good

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  44. The scariest movie I've seen is an old one - Evil Dead. It gave me nightmares for weeks!

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  45. Thanks for this amazing giveaway! I follow on GFC as Suz and I would love to win! The scariest movie (or one of them anyway) is the Shining! Anything by Stephen King is always scary but good!

    susanw28 (at) mindspring (dot) com

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  46. I'm a huge pansy. I actually gave up scary movies. What I'll tell you is what gave me nightmares as a child for years. YEARS. And they were awful - the kind that scar you for life if you don't have a great family/etc. you know? Gremlins.
    And they say that after all these years Hitchcock's Psycho is still the #1 scariest movie out there.

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  47. Holy wicked awesome giveaway!! I'm a big wuss when it comes to scary movies, so I haven't seen all that many...my favorite would probably be From Hell because I love Johnny Depp and I have a sick fascination with Jack the Ripper lol

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  48. The scariest movie I have ever seen has to be Paranormal Activity... There's a part at the end, where Katie is on the bed... and she looks at the camera... with that reallllly creepy grin! *shivers* ahh that part alone was stuck in my head for WEEKS! Every time I closed my eyes at night, there was Katie's grin! CREEPY!!

    Anyway, I tweeted, posted on my blog, commented(obviously lol) & I grabbed the button and put it on my blogs sidebar.

    Good luck everyone!
    Happy Halloween!


    Rose_Mary_88@live.ca

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  49. I'm not a big scary movie kind of person, but Pan's Labyrinth was the first one that came to mind.

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  50. Well, I don't watch scary movies much anymore, but I did when I was little. I'd have to say one of the scariest at the time (I was like 7) was The Haunting. Just for the part where the stone lion thing rips that one guy's head off...

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  51. I think the scariest movie I'v ever seen was Children of the Corn. I shudder thinking about it! Thanks for this awesome Bash :-)
    -Dawn aka dawnmomoffour
    thedoyle6@rogers.com

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  52. Wolf Creek is pretty scary, in the fact that it seems so realistic, kind of like those movies of the 70's like Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Halloween.

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  53. Ooohhh, the scariest movie was definitely The Shining! It still freaks me out!

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  54. I think The Ring and Grudge are the scariest movies I've seen. I don't usually watch scary movies though because they give me nightmares, haha. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  55. I don't really watch a lot of scary films because I'm a wimp, but the scariest films I've seen: Poltergeist for sure... And I was insanely afraid of Childs Play after my babysitter watched it in front of me back when I was a kid. Never could have dolls. :/ Doesn't scare me much now though. :)

    Great giveaway! I love reading everyones reponses!!
    Liza @ Book Crook Liza

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  56. The scariest movie I've ever seen is...Alfred Hitchcock's, The Birds. It gives me the shivers! I still get wierded out when I see a bunch of those black birds gathered together. I just know they are up to something...and it can't be good!

    barbbattaglia@yahoo.com

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  57. The scariest movie I've ever seen is the original, international version of Let the Right One In.

    infalliblyyours@gmail.com

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  58. The Fourth Kind for me was super scary .. mainly because it's based on a true story and they used actual video from the real life event . those kind always freak me out the most.

    mrstcalnan@gmail.com

    http://totallybookedsolid.blogspot.com/

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  59. Scariest movies I've seen are the Paranormal Activity movies.. Scary because they seem so real!

    kristy at dreamingbyday dot com

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  60. The original Halloween. I saw it very young, like five, and have never gotten over it. Michael Myers haunts me to this day. In fact, just driving home today I saw a life sized figure of him on a neighbors porch and nearly cause an accident.

    jaidahsmommy(at)comcast(dot)net

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  61. Awesome giveaway! I personally like the old school Nightmare on Elm Street movies. Not the newer one but the old ones are pretty good.
    Lisa ~ YA Literature Lover

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  62. Thanks for the chance to win all those great books and stuff! The scariest movie I would have to say is The Descent! That is creepy.

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  64. It's probably not the scariest movie series, but I absolutely LOVE ALL of the Scream movies. I think the second and the fourth one's are my favorite, though. They just have all of my favorite celebs in them, plus they're so much fun to watch. lol.

    I definitely made a post for this giveaway that you FIND HERE. I've also tweeted about this HERE and have put the button in my sidebar on the right side, down towards bottom underneath giveaways! :)

    Thank you, so much for this amazing giveaway. :)

    Suz @ A Soul Unsung
    susanhaugland@att.net

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  65. Thanks for the chance to win this amazing giveaway! One of my all time favorites is: The Strangers! Every time I watch it, I always "hear" stuff outside!

    Blog post: http://pawingthroughbooks.blogspot.com/2011/10/outside-giveaway-book-lovers-review.html

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  66. The scariest movie I ever saw was The Exorcist. My brother and I watched it about a year ago for the first time. We actually decided to watch it as a joke. We thought it would be kind of cheesy since it was filmed in the 70s and we believed the special effects would be really lame. We were sooo wrong. That movie scared the heck out of us.

    klamber1 at unca dot edu

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  67. The scariest movie i ever saw was paranormal activity. Since i'm scared easily that one was really scary for me.

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  68. Scariest movie to me is White Noise. I know technically it's suppose to a scary movie but it is to me. Thank you for the great giveaway!! I am DYING to read Night Circus.

    shygrumpychica1@hotmail.com

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  69. Being a HUGE fan of horror, it's not too easy to scare me, but the one movie that literally made me shiver was The Strangers. It was loosly based on a true story and could actually happen. When the strangers banged on the house and doors, I was like :|

    I was a fantastic movie! I just read there's a second movie coming out.. I'll have to read up on that.

    natashajennex(at)gmail.com

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  70. I don't watch a lot of scary movies, but years ago I went to see Fear.Com...I wanted to leave the theater several times, but my friend talked me into staying for the whole thing.

    unpaintedportrait@gmail.com

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  71. I watch a lot of movies that some may say are scary but real scary movies are hard to come by anymore but this is sorta old but not old old I like Thir13en Ghost


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  72. Creepest movie I've ever seen was Final Destination 3. I only watched the first fifteen minutes of the show and I was already scared. Yeah, hope you like it though.
    thunter_5@yahoo.com

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  73. What has been the scariest movie I have ever seen?

    This is a tough one. I think it's between Sleepy Hollow and I Know What You Did Last Summer. If you haven't watched those two, check them out. They're scary good! Thanks for this awesome spooktacular giveaway, Trini!

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  74. Ooh, and there's also the movie The Craft. Scary, witchcraft good! And snakes...*shivers*

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  75. The exorcist! It was scary as hell!

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  76. The exorcist! It was scary as hell!

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  77. How about the Japanese versions of the The Ring? Freaked me out!

    Annie @ UTC
    alltherhage AT gmail DOT com

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  78. The Amityville Horror was the scariest movie I ever saw. It was based on a true story!
    mittens0831 at aol dot com

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  79. When I was little, the original Hills that Have Eyes gave me nightmares for days--it's totally different than the recent remake. As an adult, Blair Witch really messed me up. It had to do with their being so much black screen that my imagination filled in the empty spots making it lots scarier than it actually was.
    adsanders77 at gmail dot com

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  80. There have been a few memorable scary movies:
    . The Amityville Horror
    . The Shining
    . Scream series
    . The Strangers
    . Orphan

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  81. I love scary movies and I love to be frightened to pieces :) I don't really get into gore though. Nightmare on Elm Street and the Friday the 13th movies all got to me years and years ago. The one in recent years that really got to me was Paranormal Activity. When I really, really want to just get freaked out and plain scared, I love anything with zombies. The Night of the Living Dead is AWESOME! Scares me every time.

    Cynthia
    The Wytch's Mirror
    csescapes at gmail dot com

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  82. I don't get creeped out much but The Exorcist totally creeped me out..I couldn't watch it at night..lol

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  83. the scariest movie ever was chuckie! Periode!

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  84. I was really freaked out by What Lies Beneath when I watched it at the theater back in 2000. That's one of my all-time favorite movies.

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  85. GREAT giveaway - have entered and put on blog, also followed on twitter and learned about through Goodreads :) Thanks for the chance, you're awesome :)

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  86. The scariest movie I have seen is Paranormal Activity, in a big dark theater. Anything with ghosts or strange things happening creep me out.

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  87. Scariest movies I've watched had to be It or and Chucky movie because I'm terrified of clowns and dolls.

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  88. I was terrified of the Nightmare on Elm Street Series when I was a kid. I was scared to go to sleep and kept my parents up all night.

    romancebookjunkiesdanielle at yahoo dot com

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  89. The scariest movie,I saw was The Exorcism of Emily Rose.

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  90. The Shining is still one of the scariest!

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  91. I think the scariest movie/s I've ever watched was Fear Street w/ Freddy Kreuger (classic) and Pranormal Activity... so much that I didn't even watch the sequel lol Thanks for hosting this giveaway!!

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  92. I think Strangers was the creepiest movie that I have ever seen. My husband had to turn it off half way through the movie and then we had our doorbell ring at 4 AM that night!
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  93. scariest movie you have ever seen?
    The changeling...oooooooooooo scary mess your head kinda way. Thanks for the chance.
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  94. the movie that scared me the most was friday the 13th the orginal
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  95. The Exorcist has to be the one that kept me up nights, but the foreign film Shiver was pretty good too.

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  96. the scariest movie ive ever seen is still stephen king IT...scared me when i was a kid....cant look at clowns the same way ever again

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  97. Scariest movie I've ever seen is Dracula (1992) I love that movie but its sooo freaky!!!

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  98. Oh bummer, i'm from the U.K so i'm not going to/ can't, enter. Still following you now though :-)

    TToria
    ttoria.blogspot.com

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  99. Scariest movie I watched was Paranormal Activity. The realistic documentary style made it really scary.

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  100. I don't know the name of the scariest movie I ever watched, I just know it was a Freddy Krugger one and I only lasted 15 minutes before I made my friend turn it off. It was one where he kills a girl in the bathroom. He came out of the bottom of the tub or sucked her under or something i don't remember. I just know that I still can't close my eyes while in the bathroom and that was 10 years ago.

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  101. The scariest movie that I have seen is The Exorcist.

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  102. The scariest movies I have ever seen are Psycho, Jaws, and Mrs. Doubtfire LOL just kidding. The other two kept me awake at night, can you guess which ones :) Thank you for the fun and lovely giveaway opportunity.

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  103. The scariest movie I've ever seen would probably be Paranormal Activity that kinda stuff creeps me out and I still get scared at night sometimes but oddly enough I watch it all the time

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  104. I'd have to say for me, Silence of the Lambs or The Exorcist...the lady in misery kinda creeps me out too but not so 'scary' per say.

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  105. i don't scare easily but when i first saw the movie the exorcist (the original one) i was too scared to go to my room alone! I would definetly reccomend this movie to anyone who doesn't want to sleep for a night.

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  106. I guess the scariest movie, that I've seen is Halloween.

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  107. The scariest movie ever - The Exorcist. I will NEVER watch this movie again!

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  108. I'm not that in to scary movies, but I love scifi, and the scariest movie I ever saw was Alien. It scared the pants off me!

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  109. When I was in the eighth grade...a friend and I watched the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre alone late at night. I was terrified. It doesn't help that I live in Texas and always have. LOL

    Kristin

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  110. My favorite scary movies are Halloween, Scream, Joyride, The Ring, and The Grudge.

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  111. Candyman! Watching it always brought me nightmares.

    GFC follower.

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  112. Amnityville horror (the new version) scarred me from every horror movie afterwards. Even if I watch anything remotely scary, I remember that movie, and can't sleep very well. Stupid imagination.
    The old version is hilarious though!

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  113. The original Halloween movies always make for a good scare for me. Can't go wrong with the classics! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  114. I must say that all the old classics were scary to me! Like Halloween the 1st Freddy Kruger......

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  115. I don't really like scary movies, so the only scary movies that I have watched would be the ones that were showing in DAYLIGHT, or the ones that my brothers MADE me watch. The scariest movie that I have seen so far would be the grudge 2. Even though I saw it with daylight, I still had some pretty scary nightmares *shudders*.

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  116. The scariest movies I ever saw are Exorcist, Saw (all of them), and the Grudge. All of them are creeptastic!

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  117. Asking me for a horror movie rec. Well, this could take awhile:

    Scream (all of them)
    Halloween (all the originals)
    Friday the 13th (all the originals)
    A Nightmare on Elm Street (all of them)
    April Fools' Day (original)
    Frozen
    Inside (if you like gore)
    Insidious
    Jack Frost
    Let the Right One In
    Paranormal Activity (all of them)
    Trick 'r Treat
    Urban Legend (the first two)

    :) That's without going through my massive collection to see what I liked best.

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  118. i can't watch scary movies they seemed scary

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  119. Saw is a good horror movie:)
    There is such a huge list of them, but at lest saw should keep you on the side of your seat!
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  120. The scariest movie I've ever seen would have to be "The Blair Witch Project". Even though I know it's a hoax, thata movie still had me up at night! love your giveaway idea! your featured on my sidebar under "Giveaways!" @ http://novelminded.blogspot.com

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  121. I HATe scary movies! :/ But...out of all the scary movies I have seen..which haven't been many, but Saw freaked me out beyond belief. Very very freaky!

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  122. The scariest movie I've ever seen was the Ring with Naomi Watts.

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  123. My favorite scary movie is the original Halloweeen.

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  124. The Strangers is one of the scariest movies I've seen. It freaked me out because the strangers in the movie are soo crazy and frightening and its something that could happen for real! AHH!!
    I Spit on your Grave - that movie is really disturbing too.

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  125. I would recommend Paranormal Acticity! It really seems creepy and so does Scream. As for me, the scariest movie that I ever watched was a little glimpse of the movie Missed Call, it looked quite scary! I didn't even last the entire movie! ;) Thanks for hosting the giveaway! It sounds interesting and creepy too! Cheers!

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  126. The Strangers was scary! I usually love scary movies but that movie gave me the creeps. The Shining is one of my all time favorites also. Jeepers Creepers is good fun especially if you want to sing a catchy tune for weeks later.

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  127. The scariest story I've seen is Pet Sematary by Stephen King. Scary book and scary movie!

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  128. The scariest movie would be The Exorcist or maybe 13 Ghosts. I love horror movies, not so much slasher ones but supernatural are awesome :)

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  129. The Ring! I think it had Sarah Michelle Gellar in it. SOOO scary. Would never watch it again! Saw it in the theater with my husband and almost died. So super creepy!

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  130. Jason Goes to Hell is gruesome and terrifying but that is probably just because I was 10 when I watched it & It still terrifies me...I loathe clowns and refuse to walk in front of sewers.

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  131. The scariest movie I've ever seen is probably The Ring. It had an ending I didn't see coming and the soundtrack is gorgeous and really helps the atmosphere of the movie.

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  132. The scariest movie would have to be either The Descent or Lost Souls. Lost Souls creeped me out so fully that I still think of it from time to time and I only saw it once, about 10 years ago!

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  133. Ohhh The Shining for sure...That's a classic...I also love The Birds!

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  134. Oh, now this is my kind of subject. I have some horror flicks. I promise I will at least stop at ten LOL!

    The Exorcist
    The Shining
    A l'interieur (Inside)
    Martys
    1408
    Insidious
    IT
    Audition
    Shutter (original)
    Rec (original Spanish version, though remake is not too bad)
    28 Days/Months Later

    and Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li (Chris Klein's acting will scare the crap out of you for sure LMAO!)

    I have many others, but I will stop here :)

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  135. It's definitely The Ring, just creepy scary. And King's "IT". GFC name is Lucky47
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  136. It takes a lot to scare me because I've watched horror movies since I was very young. I think the one that sticks out in my head the most is Children of the Corn. I can still see the diner scene in my head and I haven't seen the movie in many years. One I've seen in the last 10 years that was pretty scary was 1408 with John Cusack. I think it's based off of a Stephen King novel (who has many movies from his books that I would recommend) and is very scary but without being gory. That's the best. I'm not a fan of slasher/gore movies. Psychological thrillers are the best.

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  137. I still think The Shinning is the scariest movie. It's the psychological thrillers that get me!!!

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  138. OMG, scariest movie would have to be Dawn Of The Dead, haven't been able to watch a zombie movie since

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  139. I love horror films, and have seen quite a few that have freaked me out. The scariest ones would probably have to be the original Japanese version of The Ring, Audition, and Children of the Corn. The Ring freaked me out when I first saw it, and it is also because of that that I developed a love for Japanese horror films.

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  140. When I was a kid that movie with the clown, "It" really scared me. I recently watched "Insidious" and thought it was pretty good.

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  141. The Shining hands down.

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  142. I've been wanting to read The Shining for a long time now but I'm too chicken out,really!I'm mean if Joey(from Friends) had to shove the thing in the freezer what am I to do?But then again Joey's weird that way.

    The scariest movie I've seen is The Grudge II, pathetic,I know.

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  143. I think the scariest movie I've ever seen was "IT" by Stephen King. (Clowns are creepy.)
    Though I'm counting that more to when I was younger. The Mist is also pretty scary.
    <3 Stephen King.

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  144. I'm a scary movie wimp. The scariest thing I have seen is The Ring.

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  145. Children of the Corn -- I've rented it three times and have never even gotten through the whole thing!

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  146. White Noise has always been the one movie to stick with me and still gives me the heebie jeebies, lol.

    Judi - Sidhe Vicious

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  147. The scariest movie that I ever saw was "The Evil Dead". Just thinking about it gives me the creeps! Those women possessed and cackling on the floor is the stuff of nightmares!!!!!

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  148. Paranormal Activity. I thought it was real, which made it all the more scarier !

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  149. The scariest movie I've ever seen is an oldie called The Birds...it gave me nightmares for weeks!
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  150. Hmm... scary movie. The unedited version of The Exorcist. Or The Shining. Classics, but classic for a reason!

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  151. Stephen King's Cujo scared the crap out of me. I had a little yellow hatchback Pinto and when a dog would run at me while I was driving, I'd about run off the road.

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  152. Stephen King's It is the scariest movie I have ever seen! I still have nightmares about clowns!

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  153. The scariest movie I have seen is Paranormal Activity. There's just something about it that freaks me out!

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  154. Candyman is the scariest movie I've ever seen, but that was a long time ago, and fairly old. But more modern scary movies I love are Paranormal Activity and Paranormal Activity 2. I'm so excited to see the 3rd one!

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  155. The Exorcist was pretty scary! But then I ran out screaming after we watched The House on Haunted Hill. That movie scared me for weeks.

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  156. I would have to say the Final Destination movies. Thank you very much great giveaway!

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  157. I devour horror movies but The Strangers stopped me cold. Something about that films scares me to my core! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  158. Excorsist was the sacriest movie I have ever seen. I was seven and that was about 28 years ago

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  159. Sana @ Breathing BooksOctober 22, 2011 at 9:40 PM

    The scariest movie for me was The Exorcist. That was one movie that didn't let me sleep properly at night.

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  160. I think the scariest movie i've seen would be Paranormal Activity... it haunted me for days.

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  161. Scariest movie for me was probably "The Ring" That little girl freaked me out, but a Scary movie I really like and totally recommend is Let Me IN.. VERY GOOD Vampire movie!!

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  162. Hrm.. I love so many scary movies. Honestly, for as many gore and horror movies I watch, The Strangers was the scariest movie I came across in a while. It gave me the chills.

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  163. The scariest movie I ever saw was the original Halloween.

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  164. The scariest movie I have seen was The Strangers especially in the dark with surround sound!

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  165. Scariest movie is IT, and favorite is The Sixth Sense. I'm a scaredy cat about scary movies though, so I usually steer clear. :) Plus IT kinda scarred me for life.

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  166. Wait until Dark rocked my world. Old school scary!

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  167. The scariest movie I have ever seen was Cujo. I still don't trust St Benards.

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  168. I would have to say there's actually two scary movies, Paranormal Activity, That movie had me looking in my rear view mirror the whole way home, and I had to sleep with a light on, I'm 25 yrs old lol. And the other was House of 1000 Corpse. That movie definitely freaked me the heck out.

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  169. Scariest movie is The Hills Have Eyes. Don't watch it. I love horror/scary movies and this one freaks me the hell out.

    Mary

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  170. The Hills Have Eyes (remake). Absolutely disgusting! Also Devil's Rejects is just as bad.

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  171. THe Hills Have Eyes is freaky and disgusting...I like the movie May which is kind of like a modern spin on Frankenstein

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  172. Awesome giveaway!!

    Best scary movie I've ever seen...The Shining. No one does freaky like Jack Nicholson!

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  173. Paranormal Activity really scared me but when I was little I was super afraid of Freddy. And in high school The Ring scared me when I was driving home from the theater we all saw a TV through a window all staticy and it was scary! LOL

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  174. Wanted to join but I'm not eligible. Great giveaway though! ;)

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  175. I don't do scary movies, but the scariest one I ever allowed myself to watch was What Lies Beneath.

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  176. I'd have to say The Ring. It's the only one I can remember.

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  177. I adore horror movies, but the scariest for me would have to be IT. I am still terrified of clowns!

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  178. One movie that had me sleeping with the lights on was; A Haunting in Conneticut.

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  179. All scary movies scare me. I'm one of those people who sleep with the lights on for a week after watching one. Needless to say, I don't watching them. I would say Nightmare on Elmstreet was probably the last one I watched. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! brendem7@comcast.net

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  180. sorry, I think I entered on the form twice
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  181. The scariest movie I've seen is Candyman, hands down....but I'm a wuss.

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  182. I think mine would have to be Poltergeist. It's my mom's favorite movie, so I figured it couldn't be that bad...TV Static still freaks me out!

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  183. Anything with Freddy. Being killed in your dreams is definitely creepy!!

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  184. The scariest movie for me is a oldie but goodie. The exorcist! I saw this when I was much younger and I could not sleep for days! I have of course saw it recently and it still gives me the creeps!

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  185. Stephen King's IT. Haunted me into adulthood!

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  186. Scary Movie: Pan's Labyrinth was pretty disturbing, Cabin Fever gave me the willies, and Open Water was just plain evil! I also always liked the "oldie but goodie" Alien.

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  187. The scariest movie I've ever watched is the exorcism of Emily Rose!!

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  188. Well I don't really watch scary movies at all. The scariest movie I have seen is Scary Movie...that must tell you something.

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  189. Definitely paranormal activity, I still sleep with the lights on occasionally when I think about it :(!!!!!

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  190. ANY of the Paranormal Activities scared the crap out of me... when I can home from the midnight premier of the 2nd one I checked on my kids, turned EVERY SINGLE light in the house on and watched about 5 hours worth of comedies before i could go to bed and even then I couldn't sleep...

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  191. Pet Cemetary! Hands down the scariest movie for me!
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  192. I HATED "The Hills Have Eyes" It was such a creepy & disturbing move that I couldn't watch wit all!

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  193. My favorite scary movie is "The Frighteners". It made me laugh and scared the hell out of me.

    A scary movie that scared me enough to never watch it again is "Jeepers Creepers". Just thinking about it gives me goosebumps.

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  194. A scary one for me is house on Haunted Hill. Its a good one.

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  195. I don't watch very many scary movies because I have a way too overactive imagination. 28 Days Later really freaked me out for a long time though most people probably don't find it that frightening.

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  196. Candyman was so scary I couldn't watch it all, and had nightmares. Didn't help that we watched it on the night that my friend had been home-invaded/robbed, and she was staying at my place afterwards! Close runner up, Serpent and the Rainbow, CREEPED ME OUT !!

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  197. The latest movie I watched that was pretty scary was Paranormal Activity 3!! I did scream in the theatre a few times!

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  198. I think House on Haunted Hill is a pretty scary one - I like watching it on Halloween :)

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