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  • The scariest film ever!!

    Yep, Paranormal Activity.
    I blubbed like a baby at the end and culdnt watch the last couple of minutes, (mainly I think due to my own paranormal activity experiences so i may have over reacted) but going on the reaction of the audience it is still one of the most scary films I have ever seen.
    I advise you take a clean pair of undies with you when you go to see it.

    Have any of you seen it yet?
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    Nope and I've no intention of doing so. I have never been able to understand why people will pay to frighten themselves silly. Give me a good comedy anyday. Life can be scary enough as it is without paying for it

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    • #3
      I wish Id read that yesterday.Very wise words.Luckily Ive asked for some Laurel and HArdy films for Christmas so they will cheer me up.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Seahorse View Post
        I wish Id read that yesterday.Very wise words.Luckily Ive asked for some Laurel and HArdy films for Christmas so they will cheer me up.
        Now that's more like it. Get some Buster Keaton ones as well. He's brilliant and because they are silent you can still see the humour when all the kids are screaming around you.

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        • #5
          I went to see Paul Mertons Silent comedy tour last year and he showed a Harold Loyd film who I remember watching when I was little.It was great to see again.
          I shall try to think positive thoughts, the ghosties cant feed on positivity.
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          • #6
            I heard it from a cousin that the movie is pretty scary but I haven't seen it personally yet I'm planning to watch it on Sunday.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Paul28 View Post
              I heard it from a cousin that the movie is pretty scary but I haven't seen it personally yet I'm planning to watch it on Sunday.
              Good luck, let us know on a scale of 1 to 10 how much you plop in your pants.
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              • #8
                Going to see it tonight, Granny is babysitting the kids so we can go out. It's my kind if film it has to be said, Hubbie is being dragged!
                Will let you know how scary it is but I am a real horror fan so it will have to be VERY scary to scare me. Hubbie will probably poo his pants.
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                • #9
                  We are going to see it tomorrow! Can't wait now!!!

                  Glad you said it was good as I was worried it was all hype!!

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                  • #10
                    I'm going to see it tomorrow (against my will) i'm easily scared, so this should be an experience! I haven't heard of anyone that hasn't been freaked out by this movie! oh dear!
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                    • #11
                      Hubby is a medium so is very interested in this kind of thing... I'm not much for all the commer******ed "scary" films but I wanted to see this as it was a true account of what happened.

                      Must say when they were watching the video on their computer I couldn't watch but that was the only bit that kinda freaked me out a bit. On the whole I found it really good... I'd definitely watch it again.

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                      • #12
                        I can't even watch Ghost Busters (slight exageration) so I would be no good at this film. Give me a soppy musical anytime.
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                        • #13
                          Just back from the cinema.
                          I'll try not to spoil it for anyone but if you don't want to hear about the movie, LOOK AWAY NOW.............




                          I was a bit disappointed in it actually, to me it was Blair Witch all over again but in a house instead of the woods! Even the ending was similar. As far as it being based on a 'true' story, I'm pretty sceptical on that - you'll see what I mean when you see the ending of the film, needless to say that they can call anything they want 'true'....it doesn't have to be true! They did that at the beginning of Texas Chainsaw, and to this day there are people who will tell you that it was based on a true story, that they know where it happened, even that they know some of the people it happened to......newsflash to those people.....it was fake, never happened, was written by hollywood.
                          Anyway, to me it was a lot of banging doors, loud noises and screaming for no reason. It might not have helped that the crowd in the cinema were young and noisy and were laughing at inappropriate moments and spoiling the atmosphere, but it was one of thise films where you wait for something to happen and it never does.
                          Hope you like it better than I did, but the hype far exceeds the film in my opinion, which is a shame.
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                          • #14
                            Sorry you were a bit dissapointed Louise!

                            We are off to see it now so will report back as well! My other half likes things like Saw and doesn't believe in ghosts, where as I get scared by a good ghost story so i think I will end up scared to death and he will laugh at me the whole way through!!

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                            • #15
                              Just got back. Not going to say too much for those who have yet to see it but....

                              Was i scared? Yes!
                              Was it the scariest movie ever? It could have been... but not quite!
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