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doubleh55
PostPosted: Tue Jan 11, 2011 10:35 pm  Reply with quote



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I saw that somebody saw Demons 2 when they were nine or 10. I remember when I was 8 I saw a Nightmare on Elm Street. What are the more hardcore horror films you remember seeing an age that's really not appropriate for those kind of movies?
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The Buz
PostPosted: Wed Jan 12, 2011 12:35 am  Reply with quote
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I saw Jaws when I was 3. Still have trouble going in the ocean.
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I saw Jaws when I was 3. Still have trouble going in the ocean.
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I saw Nightmare on Elm Street pretty young. Had it on VHS.
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doubleh55
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I used to rent Jaws from the library a lot when I was younger. It was an interesting thing because one viewing I wouldn't be scared but then the next time I watched it, it would scare the crap out of me. 100 viewings later, it continues to be the greatest summer blockbuster film ever made.
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Myer's Son
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doubleh55 wrote:
I saw that somebody saw Demons 2 when they were nine or 10. I remember when I was 8 I saw a Nightmare on Elm Street. What are the more hardcore horror films you remember seeing an age that's really not appropriate for those kind of movies?


My first recollection was Creep Show 2, at the drive-in, not sure how old I was, but I was young. Lol my mother was a evil, evil lady, but I love her now for it Smile
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Borgosi
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I saw Last House On The Left at the Drive-In with my Mom when it first came out. I was maybe 14. It's not a movie a 14 year old wants to see with his Mom.
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I remember seeing Event Horizon when i was 12 or something and it scared the shit out of me.
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When I was five years old I was at my grandmothers house and there was a childs play marathon. Needless to say I didnt sleep that night.
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