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Yeah, it was pretty disturbing and gory, even for a horror veteran like me.

 

Which reminds me...I watched all the death (etc.) scenes from Another. Many of them were pretty funny by virtue of being so random and unlikely to happen.

I can't handle scary things, only SoL for me.


Edited by ThickGlasses - 8/11/14 at 5:46pm
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I can't handle scary things, only SoF for me.

 

I've only heard of SoL. :p

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I can't handle scary things, only SoF for me.

I love Jantran.

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I've only heard of SoL. :p

I edited my post. How did I even mix the two up? They're not even close to each other! 

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I edited my post. How did I even mix the two up? They're not even close to each other! 

 

And once again, I'm glad to be oblivious as to the questionable nature of your vague references. :ph34r:

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I'm probably one of the few in this thread who recognizes who that is.

Did you see the episode where he built his own tiny car, tested it, and was terrified how dangerous it was on public roads? XD

He's never been terrified in the history of the show. Oops or Eek maybe, but not terrified.

Wow.... I hope he can rest in piece.
Edited by vwinter - 8/11/14 at 6:13pm
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He's never been terrified in the history of the show. Oops or Eek maybe, but not terrified.

 

He sure did act terrified in that episode, though!

 

IIRC, he screamed out things like "Oh my god, please help meee!" LOL

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To this day, Jumanji still freaks me out. >.>

That was one of the movies I didn't like watching because it gave me nightmares the night of.

Do horror movies freak you out? Because they just make me laugh. Most of them aren't believable at all.

Even the Hostel movies didn't really scare me, although they were pretty disgusting.

I generally don't like horror movies, but became a fan of horror anime this year.
I think the standard elements in the horror genre creep me out in general, whether it be in movies, video games (I don't even like zombie games), or stories (e.g. "Ben" from Creepypasta).


Those particular movies were scary to me because of the way the killer killed the victims and the creepy ambiance of the setting. I haven't seen the Saw series yet, and I don't really want to.

Disturbia was slightly less creepy than the above two movies, but still scary enough to me to give me nightmares the following few nights.
No, not this Disturbia
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He sure did act terrified in that episode, though!

IIRC, he screamed out things like "Oh my god, please help meee!" LOL

I can imagine his face and it is not a face you can ever take seriously lol.
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It's funny how I hate nearly every horror movie I've seen, but have loved every horror anime so far.

 

Now I'm thinking about Corpse Party: Tortured Souls, since it involves ghosts. Now that is a messed up anime.

You should checkout Shojo Tsubaki (aka Mr. Arashi's Amazing Freakshow) by the famed ero guro artist Suehero Maro.  

 

The background on how it was originally shown is quite interesting.

http://www.midnighteye.com/reviews/midori-the-girl-in-the-freak-show/

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And once again, I'm glad to be oblivious as to the questionable nature of your vague references. :ph34r:

I have been called the one true gatekeeper to the weird side of YouTube, so I'll take that as a sign of my Japanese spaghetti.

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He's never been terrified in the history of the show. Oops or Eek maybe, but not terrified.

 

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I can imagine his face and it is not a face you can ever take seriously lol.

 

Perhaps you should see every episode before making comments on the history of the show. :rolleyes:

 

I agree that he's a goofy fellow, at any rate.

 

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I think the standard elements in the horror genre creep me out in general, whether it be in movies, video games (I don't even like zombie games), or stories (e.g. "Ben" from Creepypasta).

Those particular movies were scary to me because of the way the killer killed the victims and the creepy ambiance of the setting. I haven't seen the Saw series yet, and I don't really want to.

Disturbia was slightly less creepy than the above two movies, but still scary enough to me to give me nightmares the following few nights.
No, not this Disturbia

 

lol, I watched the end of Resident Evil: Afterlife while eating. Have you seen those movies? They're very well-done, although the two CGI films are better, IMO.

 

I was hoping for more details than that. Saw doesn't interest me; nor do most horror movies, despite having seen probably over a hundred of them.

 

Here's another question: what are the scariest anime series you've seen?

 

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LOL I figured out the way to become a music addict from a tech addict.
http://www.head-fi.org/t/730236/official-survey-what-s-your-personality-profile-take-our-quiz/30#post_10789949

 

I got Music Guru - but I wanted Music Alchemist! :p 


Edited by Music Alchemist - 8/11/14 at 7:20pm
post #123599 of 131094
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Originally Posted by Za Warudo View Post
 

You should checkout Shojo Tsubaki (aka Mr. Arashi's Amazing Freakshow) by the famed ero guro artist Suehero Maro.  

 

The background on how it was originally shown is quite interesting.

http://www.midnighteye.com/reviews/midori-the-girl-in-the-freak-show/

 

Oh yeah, that's that weird psychedelic one I always hear about.

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lol, I watched the end of Resident Evil: Afterlife while eating. Have you seen those movies? They're very well-done, although the two CGI films are better, IMO.

My uncle was part of the CGI team for that movie.

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