Scary films!!

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  1. Chris Hicks

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    Ok so me and vickitorious were wondering what is the best scary movie to buy so we can have something to do on friday night in blackpool in a couple of weeks time!! :biggrin: Thanks in advance :tongue:
    Chris
     
  2. Vickitorious

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    Well.. I don't know any scary films, cus If you hadn't noticed I'm quite a happy person and get on alrite watching Finding Nemo and Shrek :tongue:;) (even parts of them are depressing!!) ;)

    But for something different and a bit of a laugh, why not pull out a horror film instead of the usual? :rolleyes:

    Please help us! We're stuck :(

    Me xxx
     
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  3. KMJ Recordings

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    Pretty Woman
     
  4. Di

    Di Active Member

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    How are you gonna find time to watch a film, you're gonna be too busy practicing. Oh, and HOW are you planning on watching a DVD?
     
  5. Chris Hicks

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    I have a portable dvd player and i am not playin in the contest :tongue: hehe
    im sure we will find some time!! god dont dampen our spirits we've been planning this lots now :tongue:
    chris
     
  6. Vickitorious

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    Isn't it amazing how things have developed since you were young mum? :rolleyes:

    Little things called portable dvd players! ;)
     
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    Erm... Final Destination! :p
     
  8. Di

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    Thats all right then, so long as she's not planning on nicking my lap top. ;)
     
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    Saw 2?

    I should explain that Pretty Woman is probably only scary to me - it's what I took my good lady to see, er, a few years ago on our first night out and she's still here....
     
  10. Chris Hicks

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    Di may i apologise for the cheeky and rude little daughter aye :tongue: i've told her off on msn!! :biggrin: Anyway anyone ideas for movies that are scary hint hint ben tubb :tongue: and no Di we wern't planning on stealing your laptop! im stealing my bros portable dvd player!! ha ha
    cheers
    chris
     
  11. HBB

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    Texas Chain Saw Massacre! The Hills have Eyes! Anything will Julia Roberts in!
     
  12. KMJ Recordings

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    Only the originals of the first two - I've already beaten you with Julia Roberts ;)

    Hellraiser.

    Nightmare on Elm Street 1, 3 and 4.
     
  13. Di

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    You're gonna need ear plugs though if you go for a "scary" fillum.
     
  14. Chris Hicks

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    what's halloween like people?? :confused:
    cheers
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    ya shes telling me about her being screamy!! :redface: should be just a nice quiet night aye!! :wink:
     
  16. Di

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    You'd seriously be better off with "the adventures of spot" or "the boobahs". ;)
     
  17. Vickitorious

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    I just get scared somethings gonna jump through the window or something though! :(

    Lol! I'll have 3 pillows.. one for my face, and 2 for my ears!

    Am sorted! :wink:

    :biggrin:
     
  18. KMJ Recordings

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    Typical slasher movie, really - it looks quite dated now.

    If you're familiar with the Halloween story (i.e. Michael Myers) then Halloween H2O is quite passable.

    These things all tend to be quite similar, though - if you're looking historical like that, then you could do worse than Friday 13th (the original one) - provided the 1980 fashion doesn't get you first ;)
     
  19. Vickitorious

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    Am gonna spend my HMV voucher tomorrow on something spongebobby ... thats a happy programme! :biggrin:
     
  20. Di

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    Come on people, she's never watched anything scary in her life. I've got to share a room with her on Friday night and am not gonna be disturbed by a little girl having nightmares all night thank you very much. :tongue:
     
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