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Reply #90 posted 10/15/20 8:02am

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Exorcist, made me fear hell for years.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #91 posted 10/15/20 2:12pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

Exorcist, made me fear hell for years.

I saw that as a kid...it didn't really scare me. I was much more affected by "Helter Skelter" and "In Cold Blood"...now THOSE scared the hell outta me !

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Reply #92 posted 10/15/20 5:48pm

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slyjackson said:

ufoclub said:

CE3K

I saw this film just in january of this year, what a beautiful film specially the ending, very hopeful.

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Reply #93 posted 10/15/20 7:33pm

alphastreet

Home alone 1 and 2
Rainbow brite and the star stealer
Peter Pan
Alice in wonderland
Cinderella
Little mermaid
Beauty and the beast
Aladdin
Moonwalker (though I saw it when in my teens)
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Reply #94 posted 10/16/20 12:16am

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The Little Mermaid
The Rescuers Down Under
Beauty and the Beast
Aladdin
The Lion King
Cinderella
Peter Pan
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Casper
Beaches
Beetlejuice
Edward Scissorhands
Parenthood
Batman 89


Those were the only movies we owned. I watched them dozens of times in the early-mid 90s on a vcr from the 70s.
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Reply #95 posted 10/16/20 4:30pm

JoeyC

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jjhunsecker said:

2freaky4church1 said:

Exorcist, made me fear hell for years.

I saw that as a kid...it didn't really scare me. I was much more affected by "Helter Skelter" and "In Cold Blood"...now THOSE scared the hell outta me !


I was a teenager when i first saw the Exorcist, so it didn't bother me all that much. The movies that did bother(or influence) me though were Carrie, Martin, and the Dead of Night segment "Bobby"(the original, not the remake). Carrie and Bobby gave me nightmares for a bit.




Rest in Peace Bettie Boo. See u soon.
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Reply #96 posted 10/16/20 6:03pm

benni

purplethunder3121 said:

PURplEMaPLeSyrup said:

which films influenced your childhood the most?

probably...

annie

e.t.

labyrinth

neverending story

smile

All these came out when I was an adult... razz lol

I was in my teens/late teens when some of them came out.

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Reply #97 posted 10/16/20 6:10pm

benni

The Towering Inferno

The Exorcist - my aunt saw this one in a drive in and when it came out on TV not long after, she let my sister and I watch it, I was around 11, my sister around 4. She sat and laughed at our reactions.

Smokey and the Bandit

Sybil

The Omen

Close Encounters

Helter Skelter

Carrie




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Reply #98 posted 10/16/20 6:13pm

benni

S2DG said:

Amedeus

Wizard of Oz

Heavy Metal

It's A Wonderful Life

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Series of movies that traumatized me...

The Exorcist

The Shining

Misery

Texas Chainsaw Massacre I and II




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Oh my gosh! Heavy Metal! I forgot about that one. Saw that one at a drive in theater.

Oh, and Love at First Bite. (Saw this one on my first double date.)

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Reply #99 posted 10/20/20 3:48pm

Dalia11

"The Shining" - Classic, Jack Nicholson/Taurus. For some strange reason, me and my friends liked to watch Scary Movies? When I was 10 or 11 especially!!! Fun times at Prospect Ave, in the late 1980's. I have a good memory. I was outside eating a bag of 25 cent chips. Me and my friends used to buy some candy, chips and the 25 cent juice(who remembers those colored juices in the plastic bottle that was sold at the Bodega?).
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Reply #100 posted 10/20/20 4:48pm

S2DG

benni said:

S2DG said:


Heavy Metal



Oh my gosh! Heavy Metal! I forgot about that one. Saw that one at a drive in theater.

Oh, and Love at First Bite. (Saw this one on my first double date.)



Think I saw it at the drive-in too, double feature... grandpa

I forgot about Love at First Bite...George Hamilton as the most tan vampire ever lol

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