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A list of movies that are hard to deny a genuinely scary movies. No particular order given as I find it extremely difficult to say which I found scarier than the last.
Infection 01. Infection (2004)
One of the more recently made films that have made it onto this list, "Infection" managed to scare me on one base: atmosphere. A hospital with a deadly disease spreading through it, rotting people alive, killing all. Disease is scary.
6.4
 / 10
Audition 02. Audition (1999)
Takashi Miike's (aka J-God's) first true grit horror-film. I feel abit like a moron having to tell people how great it is. A slow-paced (fairly romantic) movie that all comes together in the end... and what an ending.
7.2
 / 10
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 03. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
The most terrfying film to ever come from the south. Watching a destructive (cannibalistic) family in the backroads or rural Texas manipulating and taking away the lives of five youths in such a macarbe way...
7.7
 / 10
Black Christmas 04. Black Christmas (1974)
One of the first slasher films, for sure, but also one of the most disturbing aditions that the genre has to offer. After watching it, I never really felt safe... not even in my own home.
7.1
 / 10
Ju-On: The Grudge 05. Ju-On: The Grudge (2002)
One of the greatest low-budget horror films in the last few decades. There is not a moment of this movie that you aren't questioning what may happen next. It's inferior to the first entry of the series, but, somehow, still amazingly creepy.
6.8
 / 10
The Evil Dead 06. The Evil Dead (1981)
The ultimate experience in grueling horror... and one of the most bizarely disturbing movies ever to grace the screen. As soon as the scares start, they never let up, even the low-budget cheesiness manages to get the horror across... impressive.
7.9
 / 10
Suspiria 07. Suspiria (1977)
Dario Argento has yet to be met as the Italian master of terror, but, for some reason, "Suspiria" mixes his amazingly macarbe slasher-thrillers with a whole new supernatural tone... special thanks to Goblin for their truly amazing soundtrack.
7.4
 / 10
Tombs Of The Blind Dead 08. Tombs Of The Blind Dead (1972)
The movie that all should see (even if it's the PG-rated cut), because if the macabre atmosphere of this Portugese terror-fest doesn't get you then the idea of the templars should find its place in your subconcious.
6.2
 / 10
The Wicker Man 09. The Wicker Man (1973)
You can laugh at this movie, go ahead. As many enjoyable sex scenes as there are you'll never shale the feeling that something REALLY bad is waiting for you every minute... then you get to the ending...
7.6
 / 10
Alien 10. Alien (1979)
The Lovecraft movie that (techinacally) isn't a Lovecraft movie. Trapped alone in space with a seemingly invincible monster that wants you and your comrades dead, what would you do?
8.6
 / 10
Blue Velvet 11. Blue Velvet (1986)
Frank Booth. Fucking terrifying.
7.6
 / 10
Tristan #1: Tristan - added 07/29/2007, 10:50 PM
Only one I don't agree with is the Grudge.
Ginose #2: Ginose - added 07/30/2007, 03:55 PM
Well, you go to hell.
Nah, I realize alot of people didn't find "Ju-On 3" scary, but, given the original is not reviewed on this sight, it's hard not to give my vote to this one. It's the same quality as the original, just nowhere near as terrifying... and, just so we're clear, you're not implying that "The Grudge" was better than "Ju-On 3", are you?
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