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What is your favourite scary movie/book/comic/show/something similar?

 

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Mine is Night Shift by Stephen King. My experience with scary stuff is extremely limited.

 

 

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Hm. I don't know. The Others perhaps? If you're talking fiction at least.

 

I also watched on youtube from "Most Haunted" their special of the Pendle Hill witches. That freaked me out for real! lol

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Hm... GoT can be pretty scary sometimes.

 

 

Like Shiren´s death, or Oberyns.

 

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Here and... Well "The Rite" is one that I've been able to watch without getting totally freaked out afterwards. I don't do scary

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I don't like scary stuff... lol I've never been a horror/scary movie person. lol I always have wild vivid dreams afterwards sometimes for several nights in a row, even though I know it's fake and usually they annoy me because they are so utterly unrealistic. Somehow they get stuck in my head and the dreams are horrible... *shrugs* lol 

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My absolute favorite is Coraline, without a doubt.  Other Mother is so fantastically creepy in her design and slow descent into raving insanity.

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I too don't watch scary movies cause of the nightmare backlash.  :dry: However the Tommyknockers by Stephen King was a scary book to read and it was hard to follow at first.

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Hmmm... Stephen King's "It", probably.  Although if I think hard about it I will probably come up with something else.

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I don't really read/watch much horror, so the closest thing for me is probably 'Raven's Knot' by Robin Jarvis. It's a kids' book, but it creeped the heck out of me the first time I read it. :P 

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Ahem *taps mic* I've been away for a bit, but I'm here. I don't really enjoy horror type things, but Shaun of the Dead is one of my favorite all-time films, so hopefully that qualifies. 

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