For me it was a drive-in double feature of the Thing and Halloween 2. My buddy and I got in with his aunt and were about 10 at the time. The Thing kicked ass, but didn't scare us. For Halloween 2 we tried to keep going to watch the movie outside of the car, but were getting scared shitless so we kept retreating to the sanctuary of the car! I sure miss those drive-in days. A close second would be a showing of fast Times at Ridgemont High with my grandfather when I was also 10 or 11 while my parents were away on vacation. He claimed to hate it, but was chortling throughout and I don't think he minded the nude scenes either. My parents caught it in the burgeoning days of home video a year or two later and couldn't believe that I had seen it-they were a little pissed. At the risk of sounding sappy, my grandfather was the best guy I have ever known-he took me to a LOT of movies as a kid, including many pieces of shit that he didn't have to sit through, like Parasite (in 3-D!), Mortuary, and countless others. he even tired to get me into Evil dead, but the cocksuckers wouldn't let me in even with him! We also saw a lot of Bronson and Eastwood movies, which were more enjoyable for him and I loved as well. RIP, gramp-and thanks.