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    "Alien", when the alien first emerges from the mans body.
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    As a kid i was scarred mentally lol by SALEMS LOT , the bloody window scene gave me nightmares for weeks and was a great T.V. series , also a lesser known film which also gave me nightmares was TRILOGY OF TERROR , it has three stories within the film but the last story with a cursed murderous fetish doll that comes to life was quite extreme for the time and really terrified me and still today i wonder if this was the first evil doll film ? my favorite kind of horror films have always been ghost films , so THE CHANGELING with George c. Scott had a great spooky atmosphere for me , as regards Japanese horror , the fact that all there ghosts are vengeful really hits the button for me so means i like all those ghost films , i love THE RING for introducing the genre to me but its THE GRUDGE that creeped me more out of the bunch , the scene where the jawless ghost comes up the stairs was for me a real creepy moment and the fact you only got to go into the house to cause you to be targeted was great . Of course i love the usual suspects like THE SHINING , but I love James Wan,s take on the ghost film genre , the conjuring series , insidious series etc just because he has re introduced the Ghost story back into the Cinema and into the horror movie scene again .

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    Pacman you and I must have grown up together! That same scene from Salem’s Lot has haunted me my entire life. I can’t sleep by a window at night and not imagine the Glick boys floating up. The other films you mentioned including Trilogy of Terror rang true as well. Great..... about to slip into bed with that in my mind! Lo

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    To me it is the red glowing eyes from Jodie in the window from the 1979 original The Amityville Horror.

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    Thank you Hearthfire , and sorry i may have brought back old nightmares lol , after i posted i so wanted to re watch the Trilogy of terror movie i had to order a copy of the dvd from Australia as there region code on dvd works in the U.K. we dont even have a version on dvd in the U.K. which i think is a great pity as its worth owning JUST for the Zuni doll segment , i think its the noise the doll makes that adds to that segment , i am a 51 year old builder and it still brought back chills when i watched it lol , i seriously want to re watch SALEMS LOT now , it has to be my next horror night treat...... another lesser known Stephen King series was ROSE RED which i now feel i need to also re visit after watching and thoroughly loving THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE on Netflix , as i said in the previous thread HAUNTED HOUSE and Ghost movies are the ones i love the most , and damn panther93 those eyes were a great scene from the original AMITYVILLE film as well .

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    Pac-Man never apologize for bringing back those nightmares! They are a welcomed distraction. And you’re right about the sounds that doll made. I’m 46 and remember that distinctly. That’s probably why the Grudge with all it’s weird sounds was wonderfully freaky. And who wasn’t in awe of that damn wheelchair in The Changling?!?! All classics! I found Salem’s Lot on DVD at Walmart for $5!!! I should have bought more because it gets watched a lot. That sound of the tapping at the foggy window....... genius!!!

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    Scariest "Scene", as to a glimpse of a character...I would go with M Night Shamalan's "Signs", when kids at a birthday party in Brazil sre videoed witnessing an alien invader crossing their line of sight. Totally caught me off guard.
    More conventional;The Exorcist, driving the Devil out of Meghan...not for the faint of heart.
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