Contest #3: Supernatural Giveaway

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  1. spawningblue

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    The Changeling. I love George C Scott's performance, the creepy atmosphere, the seance scene and of course the scenes with the rubber ball and wheelchair. One of the best and scariest haunting films!
     
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    The Haunting (1963)
     
  3. msw7

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    The Devil's Backbone
     
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    X-human I ate my keys

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    The Curse of the Cat People (1944)

    It's almost a shame you have to see the first one to truly appreciate the follow up, but it's a fantastic film in every sense of the word. It ranks up there with The Bride of Frankenstein as a sequel.
     
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    Oh there are many - but Ill go with The Blair Witch Project just because it scared the crap out of me the first time I watched it and, for me, it still holds up well today. It just had the feel to it like I could imagine that happening to me and some friends.
     
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    I love Pumpkinhead. The atmosphere is great, the story is great, and the creature is cool!
     
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    Gonna go with House (1986) one of my all time favorites. Used to scare the shit out of me as a child. I think William Katt and George Wendt are awesome in it.
     
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    The Blair Witch Project
     
  9. Erick H.

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    THE SHINING.It creates a mood that is hard to explain but easy to appreciate.A great blending of visuals and audio with the the performances pitched just right.
     
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    there are many, but i'll choose something that's a bit unexpected and i go for Superstition! a strange movie, that puts on much gore during the first 15-20 minutes, then goes for atmospherics and in the last 15-20 minutes it's atmospherics with a bit of gore (and to be honest, i found this movie to be genuinly creepy at times)
     
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    bwana the clown Supreme Ruler Of Sados

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    Really gotta pick The Exorcist. Scared the shit out of me as a kid, and still gives me a serious case of the wim-wams. A brilliantly crafted film with amazing makeup fx and great performances from everybody, which makes the whole story unnervingly believable! Will never get tired of it.
     
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    The Changeling, solid Ghost Story with one of the greats in George C. Scott.
     
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    Carrie. The story really grabs me.
     
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    It just has to be The Shining for me. But I'll toss in a runner-up for Christine. Two Stephen King adaptations I'm obsessed with.
     
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    My favorite supernatural film is Legend Of Hell House. I can remember watching it and getting chill, its a very creepy movie.


    sean
     
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    Gotta go with The Frighteners. Perfect mix of goofball humor and horror. 15 years later the movie still holds up extremely well.
     
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    Amityville Horror II: The Possession. My parents left me alone one weekend as a child with The Movie Network free preview, I unwisely programmed the vcr and chose to watch and record this. My young mind could not have anticipated a film this traumatizing that of course culminated in such a downbeat, based on true events climax.
    An Exorcist rip-off for sure, at least, in its climactic moments but dosed with enough sleaze and originality that it left an indelible impact.
    Burt Young and Diane Franklin were great in this too.
     
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    I'm going with Superstition for its un-PC, irreverent tone. Between the over-the-top deaths in the opening scene, the horny young priest, the violence against children, and the awesome runaway saw blade scene it's pretty much wall-to-wall fun.
     
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    Curse/Night of the Demon (1957) - My fave '50s horror film. Incredibly suspenseful with a great villain and uber-cool monster.
     
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    The Shining. No matter how many times I watch it, there is always something new to discover.
     

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