What movie scared you as a child?

What movie scared you as a child?

Razor Blade's picture

I remember going to see SLEEPING BEAUTY as a child. When we got home that night, I was afraid that the evil queen was on top of our house as my dad pulled into the driveway. That movie really got to me!

Anyone else with memories to share?

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cbadger's picture

would not sit on the tolit  i was 5or6

ferret69's picture

THE HOUSE OF 7 CORPSES- KINGDOM OF THE SPIDERS -  FERRET69

leatherface_sawyer's picture

I HAVE TWO ONE WAS LEATHERFACE THE THIRD TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE' I WAS SIX WHEN I SEEN IT SCARED THE HELL OUT OF ME ALSO FRIGHT NIGHT URRR I LOVE BOTH MOVIES OF COURSE BUT AS A CHILD WAS SCARRY AS HELL NIGHTMARES AND SCARED OF TEXAS PERIOD.

Kaboom's picture

Frankenstein! (Yes, I'm THAT Old!) I remember a room in our basement with a door that looked like the door to the lab in the movie. I wouldn't go near that side of the basement! (C'mon, I was 4!!!)

Devilchild696's picture

I cannot think of any movies that scared me as a child.......the first kind of creepy movie I saw I think was Final Destination when I was like 12 and I actually laughed in the one scene where this chick was bitching at some dude or something and got hit by a bus. I watched a few episodes of Twighlight Zone and it freaked me out a little but yeah I can't remember ever actually being scared by a movie.

HatchetGirl's picture

No laughing but remember I was a kid.  It was Race with the Devil with Peter Fonda.  We always took road trips and stayed at camping spots.  I was freaked out.  LOL

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqv6PIH_ymY

zigzag528's picture

Don't feel like the Lone Ranger Kaboom, I, to this day, will not go down the stairs to a basement without some reservations...For me it was the old soap, Dark Shadows... Please! I was a kid.... My mom would watch it and I'd have my little ass right next to her...scared to death...Barnabus Collins just freaked me out!!!There were some old Night Gallery episodes that were kinda creepy. One with Roddy McDowell inpaticular...Still, I was a youngster.....There was a flick where people turned into panthers , Night of the Cat or something... Things are different when your a child, I can remember our house as being huge, and the basement just horrifying. I drove by it a few years back and it was much smaller then I remembered...But I'm sure the basement is just as scary now as it was then....Peace-zigzag

babygurl8324's picture

It is going to sound corney now.  The first horror movie that scared me was this movie called Rawhide and Bloody Bones.  Scared me scenseless.  I was like four or five and that was the name my grandmother said the movie was. 

OMG!  Dark Shadows used to creep me out too.  I used to watch that with my aunt.  She made me watch it with her!  That is strange.  I was little little and I think they were reruns.  Not sure though.

nhbfighter69's picture

the documentary about the blair witch project...saw it when i was 8...thought it was real...couldnt sleep for days, it was so intense the way they put that thing together, with the girl getting dragged into the lake by a hand, and the sightings of the witch and all that stuff

nightshade_princess's picture

Hellraiser scared the shit out of me when I was little. Pinhead freaked me out and the end when the Cenobites capture Frank and chain him up and make his head explode; that gave me nightmares. This was the only movie to ever scare me when I was a kid. I think it had some thing to do with the seriouness of the movie. Jason, leatherface, and Micheal Myers were too slow and lumbering; they seem too easy to get away from, Freddy was always funny to me; although he was always one of my favorites, and killer dolls were just silly, but there was nothing funny about Pinhead. I was probably six or seven when I first saw this and about thirteen when I saw it again. Now I own the DVD and it's one of my favorite movies!!

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