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Saturday, October 28, 2006

Keeping with the theme

Of Halloween and all things spooky, let's talk spooky/scary movies.

I'm a wimp when it comes to those. Though right now I'm watching BROTHERS GRIMM with Heath Ledger (and especially because its Heath Ledger) not exactly Nightmare on Elm street but still on the creepy side. One of my best friends in jr high absolutely loved those movies and I couldn't stand looking at even the movie covers (didn't help she had a movie poster in her room of Freddie *cringe*) Though I did watch one of those leprechaun movies with Jennifer Aniston a few years ago, squeezing my eyes shut at the gory parts. (which is odd, because I can stand a good action movie, but horror, nuh uh)

Do you watch spooky/scary movies or are you more like me and avoid the nightmare inducing ones? :o)
posted by Lis at 12:36 AM

4 Comments:

I can watch the Scream movies but anything that's ultra gory or creepy (Texas Chainsaw, The Ring, the "Saw" movies, etc.) I just can't do. I start retching and can't sleep! I don't understand how some of them can be entertainment.

Freddy used to give me nightmares! I made the mistake of watching one at a sleepover when I was about 13 and couldn't sleep for about a week. It was the one where the babysitter tries to run up the stairs away from Freddy and the steps turn to sponge and her feet get stuck. Eeeuuurrrgghhh!!

Jess x

Sunday, October 29, 2006 1:42:00 PM  

See I can't watch scream, the first scene where Drew Barrymore's alone in the house. Nope.
But I was reminded today, I have been able to sit through both I Know What You Did Last Summer movies and Valentine with David Boreanaz.
Okay, that freddy bit is now creeping me out! Must think warm and fuzzy thoughts lol

Monday, October 30, 2006 1:15:00 AM  

LOL -- sorry for scaring you, Lis!

Jess x

Monday, October 30, 2006 2:49:00 AM  

I just noticed we're wearing the same dress! I almost went with the witch though.

As my blog says, I have quite a few movies lined up for Halloween, but I don't care that much for the slasher types. The psychological horrors scare me more.

Monday, October 30, 2006 8:23:00 PM  

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