My husband loves to watch the show "Scare Tactics." He thinks the people on it are idiots for falling for such stupid things. I sooooo wish I could get him on that show. But I'm pretty sure they don't scare police officers-- because they'd get shot. I told Sei I think it'd be awesome if one time they said, "Are you scared?? You shouldn't be, you're on Scare Tactics." Then when the people say, "Are you serious?!!?" they get all psycho looking again and say, "No. I'm not." That'd be amazing. But anyhoo... it has nothing to do with this post.
The rest of this post has MOVIE SPOILERS..... Just a warning!!
My sis-in-law and I both posted a status on Facebook asking what was the scariest movie our friends had seen. I like to be scared while watching a movie, as long as I'm not scared once I'm done. I also know my limits. I DO NOT like gore, so I don't watch movies like the "Saw" series and I don't like creepy, this could happen to you, type movies like "The Strangers." I had to turn on the trailer for that movie because it scared me. I did read about it on TheMovieSpoiler.com so I know what happened without seeing it. I can handle reading freaky, real-life stuff, but can't watch it.
Anyway, here are a few movies I've seen that I was still freaked out after seeing... for whatever reason (although some Idk WHY they scared me...)
THE RING- I left this movie thinking, "Crap, should I have watched that video!?!?" I felt creeped out for days. But then I saw it over and over and over again. The whole crawling out the tv thing still wiggs me out. Here's "the video" from the movie. Watch it if you dare...
Another movie was Se7en with Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman. Most of the stuff was so far-fetched I was like, "Whatever." But the ending... Aack! I was pregnant with Alec at the time and I just couldn't believe that someone would cut off the head of a pregnant lady. It disturbed me. "What's in the box?!?!?!"