Somebody go with me to see Amityville Horror.!!! I scream bloody murder at ghostie movies and I'll scare the hell out of you!!!! You'll never go to another horror with me again! (unless you're evil and you get great delight out of that sort of thing.....)
Glad you liked.
its dreadful & awful, but awfuly dreadful is fun.
By the way, I don't have an accent, its all you others that have accents. lol
But then us Brits have got to have atleast one thing going for us.
I know many of you on the Forum but have never contributed.
I think as the token Brit around here is should say something.
Well as we are talking about screaming , i'll add my bit, I just hope your'll all into dark humour.
' Grand Pa died peacefully in his sleep. The 3 passengers in the car died screaming'
Have a nice day.
Cubbie .... what's your favourite horrie movie? My ex told me he would NEVER watch Susperia again but I rented it one night and watched it alone and didn't find it as frightening. I guess because I was looking for extreme scary.
"The Thing" - the one with Kurt Russell in it .... makes me wet my pants. I watch it with my hands over my eyes.
"The Exorcist" is one movie I have never watched with both eyes. One squinty eye ... but never both open at the same time. And I NEVER watch the part where she walks down the stairs upside down and backwards. SH*T! I just had to stop typing a minute to put my feet up on my desk! YIKES!!!! lol
"Night of the Living Dead" is the one, I think that I can't stand. Those crazy zombies eyes! I HATE them! Scaaaaaarrrrryyyy!!!!
What about you and Mel and DScolar and our others?????
I have the power. Actually, I have two powers.
1. When in a small group of 2-10, or a stadium that seats 10,000 ... I have the ability to get people to clap. My little hands can make a really sharp "SNAP" that can be heard across a stadium! I am the starter of "standing O's" in many concerts, lectures, speeches and get togethers!
2. I can get a whole theatre audience to scream. I whimper and whine when the idiot is opening the door that just showed the door handle rattle and I think the built-up tension of listening to me, front row, centre .... mewling and gasping until the thing jumps into the room and wraps around the bonehead's face .... well it's too much for them and then when I scream .... half the rest of the audience does too.
Then, of course, everybody laughs and the guys start teasing their girls or mopping the pop off their laps or moving back to the seat they were sitting in before I screamed and they launched themselves thirty feet in the air and three rows back!
Ya know ......
I didn't get it that I was the blonde in Mel's story until I read Lion's post. It's not my fault. It's ADD.
And I'm very old fashioned and never ask a man out. Ever. It has to be them. I feel like a tramp asking men out. Must be my Quaker upbringing. So they have to do the asking. 'Cause I won't. And if they won't too .... were at a stalmate .... or is it a checkmate. Papermate? Running mate? Yeah, he's running after you until you catch him. That's human nature. I'll start running..... and maybe some MM men will grab a clue!
I love men. They're all so complex and cute.
I remember going to midnight movie in college called Poltergest with a lady who had already seen the movie. She warned me up front that she got scared at movies like that.... No problem for me. Very shortly into the movie I had nail marks up and down my forearm as she screamed and pulled my arm close to her. Then surprisingly enough to both of us she did the same thing to the guy on the other side of her too and neither of us knew him. Too funny, she was so embarassed after that.
While walking in a park with my friends, we noticed a woman following us. We thought she was just out for a walk like us. She started to walk faster to try to catch up with us. Of course, we tried to outrun her. She just kept running behind us faster and faster. We tried to find someone to help us but there was no one else around. We took a short cut to my house because it was the closest. But, it was too late. Somehow, she had beaten us and was right in front of my door!
She was wearing a striped blouse and had very beautiful blonde hair. There was a kerchief across her mouth, something like the Shadow looked in the movie. But this person was much taller. She started to remove the cloth that masked her face and under it we expected to see a scarred face. But it was nothing like we expected. The face was pretty and she handed something familiar to me.