Omg, am I that old that I remember the drive-in movies! Ghostbusters. Gotta love Slimer.
don't feel bad I remember going to the drive-ins, not only that my first inappropriate movie was "Frankenstein "(black and white version) I had to
leave the theater I was so scared and crying my eyes out.
For me, it would have to be The Blob. The original. We watched a lot of old horror movies on a late night program, and most didn't bug me. That
one, though, scared me so much I had escape plans for what I would do if the blob showed up in the house, or wherever! When I was younger, there
weren't so many that t he kids shouldn't see.
I can't recall if it was Jaws or Poltergeist but both scared the beejesus out of me somehwere around seven or eight.
Especially this scene in Poltergeist
Oddly as fascinated as I am with sharks they scare me so much that if I come upon them in a videogame I get anxiety and end up turning off the game,
Both movies are great, they are what scary should be and I never give up the opportunity to watch them if they come on the television.
My dad always tried to keep me from watching IT, because of how messed up Poltergeist made me but when I was ten I snuck it while everyone else was
sleeping, stupid, stupid, child I was.
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Some of my earliest memories are of watching horror movies. My parents didn't care that I watched them. I remember they had lots on VHS.
I think my favorite series was Hellraiser back in those days just because they were pretty crazy to a young kid, lol. Lots of gore and nasty
demon/monsters. Pinheads been my favorite movie monster ever since I can remember.
As I gew up I watched every horror movie I came across. I spent more time in the Horror section than browsing new releases in a video store. I don't
like many of the ones they have nowadays, every once in a while they come out with a good one, nothing like the 80s and early 90s horror movies
i was always watching horror movies as a akid but the first movie i tricked my mom into taking me too was the classic animated movie
HEAVY METAL. the naked animated bobbies and the coke snorting robots i had a blast mom was speechless and i got dragged out about half way thru movie.
thank god for showtime where i got to watch whole thing late night. the thing that threw mom was they showed it at a saturday matinee usually r rated
movies were shown only on fridays and saturdays after 9.
Pulp Fiction - thought my parents were really depraved watching it. Love it now, but certain scenes still take me right back to that first viewing.
The best of this films I think, and the most innapropriate for an under 10 yr old.
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