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Title: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Susan on November 16, 2006, 11:18:03 PM
Well given I wanted a little time to play with the new board I thought i'd revisit a topic we had awhile back but add graphics...I never could figure out how to do that on the old board!

THINGS THAT SCARE ME
(http://www.espiritoshp.hpg.ig.com.br/poltergeist.jpg) THE OLD PREACHER MAN FROM POLTERGEIST 2

the man who single-handedly made children all across the nation afraid of senior citizens while singing "God is in his holy temple".

Now if this movie doesn't make you scared of going to church, i don't know what will.




(http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Dungeon/4078/malachai2.jpg) MALACHI FROM "CHILDREN OF THE CORN"  
What scares me more than "he who walks behind the rows"? What scares me more than the dark? What scares me more than being stuck in an abandoned town in the middle of nowhere?


Redheaded children from nebraska with sickles




(http://files.colonies.com/UserData/722559/BlogPhotos/candyman.jpg)CANDYMAN

The mere idea of candyman scares me. My brother convinced me to say "bloody mary" in the bathroom mirror in the dark. I did it but not without him outside the doorway making noises and telling me I was going to die. So all those childhood traumas were resurfaced after I saw this movie, and basically had a hard time passing by a mirror without thinking that my face was going to get scraped off.

i don't even like the song "The candyman can"
...because he can. With a hook for a hand, oh yes....he can.


DIGGER THE DERMATOPHYTE (http://img.slate.com/media/45/Deutch_56k.asf)
The Toe fungus guy in the commercial ads who pries open your nail and leaps in to wreak all kinds of havok. If you haven't seen the commercial then click on the link above, you'll never EVER be the same.

Digger will haunt your dreams.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Scott on November 16, 2006, 11:41:00 PM
When I was a very little kid the wicked witch of the East scared me. Use to hide beside the TV set when I would hear the witches music because I knew she was coming.

(http://thewizardofoz.warnerbros.com/movie/img/photos/photo5.jpg)


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Dennis on November 16, 2006, 11:54:21 PM
I NEVER THOUGHT THE WITCH WAS SCARY, WHAT FRIGHTENED ME WERE THOSE FLYING MONKIES, HAD NIGHTMARES FOR A COUPLE DAYS EVERY TIME I SAW THE MOVIE.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: trekgeezer on November 17, 2006, 07:21:07 PM
I agree with Dennis, those monkeys were some scary stuff to a six year old.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Doc Daneeka on November 17, 2006, 07:27:31 PM
I never get how everyone thinks the monkeys were scary, I am, however, very scared by the Congo apes, Ella from Monkeyshines, and Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, disturbing stuff nature gone bad is...


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Dennis on November 18, 2006, 10:45:24 AM
DIFFERENT THINGS SCARE DIFFERENT PEOPLE, FOR ME THINGS LIKE GODZILLA, RODAN ETC. WERE NOT SCARY BECAUSE THEY WERE SO BIG THAT YOU'D KNOW THEY WERE COMING LONG BEFORE THEY GOT NEAR YOU, BY THE SAME TOKEN THINGS LIKE THE MUMMY, FRANKENSTEIN'S MONSTER, THINGS THAT ARE SO SLOW THAT YOU COULD RUN CIRCLES AROUND THEM AND NOT GET CAUGHT (I KNOW THE LATEST VERSION OF THE MUMMY IS NOT SLOW, HE'S ALSO NOT WRAPPED UP IN A MILE OF ACE BANDAGE EITHER) BUT SOMETHING LIKE THE WEREWOLF OR THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON OR THESE FLYING MONKEYS, SOMETHING SMALL ENOUGH TO HIDE AND THAT WOULD CHASE AND CATCH YOU, THAT IS WHAT SCARES ME ABOUT SOME OF THESE THINGS.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Andrew on November 18, 2006, 10:49:39 AM
Dennis, please do not use all caps in your posts.  Online it is considered "yelling."

Welcome to the forum and good points, though Godzilla and other huge monsters would be scary to me.  You cannot get out of their way, because they are on the same scale as a tornado or other natural disaster.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Dennis on November 18, 2006, 02:57:56 PM
I wish to apologise to any and all who may have been offended by my use of capitols, I honestly was not aware it was rude. In my defense I must say that this is only the fifth or sixth posting I've done, and while I'm not a complete computer illitterate, I am perhaps an internet nit wit. I hope to improve in this area because I find that I really enjoy this site and the message board.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Doc Daneeka on November 18, 2006, 03:25:53 PM
DENNIS, are you related to BENSON? Hope you get it...


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Ash on November 18, 2006, 06:46:44 PM
Concerning that Digger the Dermatophyte character...
What scares me more would be having my toenail pried up like that.
OUCH!!!!   :buggedout:

Imagine if that were the only way to take Lamisil...
You had to literally pry up your toenail and insert the pill there, then put the nail back down.
They even throw in a bit to bite down on when you pry up the nail.

Now that's scary.  And painful!


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Dennis on November 18, 2006, 10:06:08 PM
DENNIS, are you related to BENSON? Hope you get it...

I was sitting at the computer considering my answer, I had decided that to say yes but my wife came by and told me I am most likely related to the German house keeper, I'm not sure what she means.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: RCMerchant on November 19, 2006, 07:07:39 AM
Back in Back in 1986,when I was 25,somebody at a bar gave me some blotter acid,and like the moron I am,I ate it.Just before hitching some 10 miles home. At about 1:00 am.In a blizzard. I lived waaaay out in the boonies on a dirt road. Igot lost.I was trudging down some backwoods road and I heard a buncha dogs barkin like crazy.I was truly freaking out.I just sat down and started to freeze-but God musta felt sorry for my miserable ,ignorant ass,because atruck pulled up,and it just happened to be a neighbor of mine. I was scared! Lesson learned: Never hitchhike in a blizzard late at nite in the sticks on acid.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Amanda on November 19, 2006, 05:00:32 PM
Susan,

I agree wholeheartedly on the Preacher from Poltergeist.  That was one creepy old man.

However, I actually find Digger the Dermatophyte kind of cute....and I like the way he talks.   :teddyr:

Hmmm...what scares me?  To this day, I am afraid of clowns.  I know that's a wimpy fear, but I just cannot stand them!  A recent episode of Supernatural let me rest my case to my husband.  Sam is afraid of clowns, and his brother is ragging on him for it, so Sam replies - "well, you're afraid of flying!" and his brother states that "yeah, planes CRASH."  So Sam says, "And apparently, CLOWNS KILL!"  Amen Sam, amen.

Zombies.  I love zombie movies, can't get enough of them, but they leave me sleepless for days. 

Has anyone seen that damn skittles commerical with the freaky singing rabbit?  THAT bothers me.  Devil bunny.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Ash on November 19, 2006, 08:48:49 PM
The Skittles singing rabbit commercial is hilarious!
At first I didn't get it, but then I watched it again and it made more sense.

WATCH IT HERE ON YOUTUBE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HEF49nMsM8)


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Ash on November 21, 2006, 05:56:27 AM
You really want scary?
Check out this video on Youtube of this cat named Burger.
I've seen a few p**sed off cats in my time but nothing like this.
That's one mean p***y!

WATCH THE VIDEO (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKG_zcsEik8)

I wonder what it was thinking?


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: akiratubo on November 21, 2006, 07:43:17 PM
I love how Burger pauses to casually like his lips in between screams.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Dennis on November 21, 2006, 08:41:35 PM


Welcome to the forum and good points, though Godzilla and other huge monsters would be scary to me.  You cannot get out of their way, because they are on the same scale as a tornado or other natural disaster.

That's another reason they don't scare me, you can't do anything about or to them so why worry, having said that I also want to say that giant monster movies from Japan are a hoot to watch. I  always wondered where the Japan Self Defense Force got all the flying tanks, death rays, super missiles etc. any way I have always enjoyed a Godzilla type movie, they are always fun. 
 


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Andrew on November 21, 2006, 08:58:24 PM
That's another reason they don't scare me, you can't do anything about or to them so why worry, having said that I also want to say that giant monster movies from Japan are a hoot to watch. I  always wondered where the Japan Self Defense Force got all the flying tanks, death rays, super missiles etc. any way I have always enjoyed a Godzilla type movie, they are always fun. 
 

The giant monster movies work best (for me) with a good dose of advanced weapons and craft.  I love seeing phaser cannons and laser weapons, plus lots of futuristic aircraft or even spaceships.  "Godzilla vs. Mothra" (1992) had some of this.  The one scene with Godzilla wading through a torrent of fire was great.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Scott on November 21, 2006, 09:54:42 PM
When I was very little I use to have dreams Godzilla was coming down my street and I was trying to hide in my bedroom knowing it wasn't going to help as the earth shook.

(http://www.brian-oshaughnessy.com/Sci-fi/images/godzilla-1.jpg)


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Dennis on November 21, 2006, 10:01:51 PM
The fun for me in these movies is that while the Japanese military could apparently conquer the world their new weapons don't work on a big lizard or bug, or what ever but it is great to see them in action. Actually I think Godzilla type movies (Rodan, Gamera etc.) are in a class all by themselves. I watched Godzilla, the original American release with Raymond Burr six nights in a row on the Million Dollar Movie and woke up at every noise, wanted to run outside and see the big guy


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Dennis on November 21, 2006, 10:20:40 PM
You really want scary?
Check out this video on Youtube of this cat named Burger.
I've seen a few p**sed off cats in my time but nothing like this.
That's one mean p***y!

WATCH THE VIDEO ([url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKG_zcsEik8[/url])

I wonder what it was thinking?


In addition to two dogs we have four cats, so I think what Burger was saying was "FEED ME AND I'LL LET YOU KEEP YOU FACE"


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Ash on November 21, 2006, 11:50:33 PM
I think Burger was thinking, "Get that f*ckin' camera out of my face!!!"
I'll bet anything that the camera scared the hell out of it.
I've have never in my life seen a cat that angry!   :buggedout:


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Dennis on November 22, 2006, 09:19:32 AM
I have, at the vet's office, the cat (not a very big cat) was saying "Don't think you can give me a vacination dummy", took three people to give the little cat a shot and there was blood shed by two of us holding the cat. I should say that the cat belongs to us, her name is Doodle.


Title: Re: Scary: Revisited
Post by: Dennis on November 24, 2006, 02:51:45 PM
I went shopping today with my wife, while driving we came to a signal where we needed to turn right, the car in front of us did too but moved out very slowly when the light changed, like they were lost or something, the car ended up in the right hand lane and I changed to the left lane, having to turn left in a block or so. We're driving along side by side and my wife points out to me that the other driver is not only talking on cell phone she is also reading a store sale paper that's spread out on the steering wheel, sort of like one half of a collision looking for the other half. She was still doing this as we turned, hope she didn't find the other half