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15 November 2014
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Confession... I HATE zombie movies, or zombies in general.

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I can't watch any movie that is even remotely scary. And I do mean remotely. I had to get up and walk out of the theater during Ghostbusters. I don't handle anything paranormal well.

*waits for the howls of laughter*

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LittleBeatlemaniac said
Confession... I HATE zombie movies, or zombies in general.

SAME!!! I find Zombies the most boring and most overdone supernatural monster

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I can't watch any movie that is even remotely scary. And I do mean remotely. I had to get up and walk out of the theater during Ghostbusters. I don't handle anything paranormal well.

*waits for the howls of laughter*

Same here! I don't get horror movies. I mean, how can people find amusement in scaring themselves?

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Annadog40 said

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@Oudis, I think this is a good thread for your zombie movie affinity revelation.

I should probably make my confessions and guilty pleasures be known in the Fifty Shades thread.

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The first couple of Saw movies were very good before they become rotten. Normally i get bored with them quickly as its more about gore and finding the most ghastly way of killing someone than there being a plot and story development.

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The first couple of Saw movies were very good before they become rotten. Normally i get bored with them quickly as its more about gore and finding the most ghastly way of killing someone than there being a plot and story development.

Ya I agree I think it started around 3 or 4

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Ahhh Girl said
I can't watch any movie that is even remotely scary. And I do mean remotely. I had to get up and walk out of the theater during Ghostbusters. I don't handle anything paranormal well.

*waits for the howls of laughter*

Come on Ghostbusters? That's not even scary. 

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Annadog40 said

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The first couple of Saw movies were very good before they become rotten. Normally i get bored with them quickly as its more about gore and finding the most ghastly way of killing someone than there being a plot and story development.

Ya I agree I think it started around 3 or 4

3 was ok but you could see the format and story was getting tired, the ones after were all about how to kill someone in the most gruesome way.

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15 November 2014
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I don't find much gory anymore after watching so much Walking Dead.  I can watch a zombies head get split open while I eat my dinner and its like "meh".  

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Sky999 said

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I can't watch any movie that is even remotely scary. And I do mean remotely. I had to get up and walk out of the theater during Ghostbusters. I don't handle anything paranormal well.

*waits for the howls of laughter*

Come on Ghostbusters? That's not even scary. 

I agree, @Sky999, it's a comedy -and a very funny one.

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Ghostbusters is an amazing film and the second is good as well. Dreading the third.

Strangely i can watch someone getting splattered on screen yet find watching the surgery parts of medical shows like Casualty uncomfortable and have to turn over. 

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I don't find much gory anymore after watching so much Walking Dead.  I can watch a zombies head get split open while I eat my dinner and its like "meh".  

I don't care about the zombie gore at all, after the first season of TWD I stopped noticing that, but the living human gore bugs me. 

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Strangely i can watch someone getting splattered on screen yet find watching the surgery parts of medical shows like Casualty uncomfortable and have to turn over. 

Precisely @meanmistermustard: real horror is in real life. Accidents. War. Criminals. Diseases. Loneliness. Madness. And some things that physicians do… Zombies (like vampires, ghosts and werewolves) are just a branch of fantastic literature (or in this case, movies); they aren’t scary, because they are not real. I don’t get scared when I see horror movies; I did when I saw The Silence of the Lambs, Red Dragon or Hannibal, because everything there can actually happen…

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Is there anything real life or realistic in 'Casualty'? 

The most scared i've been was watching the latest episode of 'The Fall'. Nothing gory (for once) just insanely creepy and dark as a serial killer becomes even more unhinged.

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meanmistermustard said

Ghostbusters is an amazing film and the second is good as well. Dreading the third.

I don't think I've ever seen the second one or don't remember, but the first one's great!

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Creepy stuff is WAY worse than gore to me!! The more likely it is, the more it will freak me out!! 

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The 1957 Hammer Horror 'Frankenstein' film (whatever its called) wouldn't be a horror by todays standards but it was far creepier than most of the recent horror's i've seen as the tension and action builds instead of 'boy A runs into room, sadistic killer yanks out boy A's eye balls with a spade'. Last Sunday the prequel to the Texas Chainsaw Massacre was on and it wasn't wasn't scary as there was no suspense; lots of running and screaming but no suspense.

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I recently watched Annabelle in the cinema, which was the worst idea ever, since antique dolls are one of my phobias. The film itself wasn't scary and pretty predictable, but that doll! Everytime the doll showed up I looked down. When I was in bed I had to comfort myself by looking at pictures of kittens and puppies to forget it all. It was the same when I watched It! I think clowns are insanely creepy.

Seriously, I don't know why I'm doing this to myself. I don't often watch horrormovies anymore. When I watch tv I want to laugh or cry because something is funny or beautiful, or watch Harry Potter or whatever, not nearly wet myself and not be able to sleep afterwards.

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I had to stop watching horror movies years ago. Even reading a script or a detailed description will give me nightmares, so I avoid it all now.

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