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What would you choose as the scariest movie of all time?

Many have created lists of scary movies and they seem to agree that the following flicks are among the scariest:

The Shining


The Thing

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre


The Exorcist

The Evil Dead

Dawn of the Dead



TELL US: What's your pick for scariest movie? What scene scares the bejesus out of you?

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"Pet Cemetery" - The thought
by jennyjean4
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“Pet Cemetery” – The thought of a toddler being that evil is extremely creepy to me. The sound of Gage’s voice when he says “First I play with Judd, then Mommy came, and I play with Mommy. We play Daddy! We had a awfully good time! Now, I want to play with YOU!”
This movie is even scarier to me since my son looks an awful lot like Gage and my cat looks just like Church. I thought about having them be Gage and Church for Halloween, but didn’t know if anyone would get it.

This is an especially
by MFrancisco
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This is an especially appropriate choice with Al Gore recently winning the Nobel Peace Prize for his work with global warming.
But as for scary movies, I will forever be haunted by that creepy Pale Man (with eyebyalls on his hands) in Pan’s Labyrinth and that blank-eyed child in The Grudge.
(Mollee Francisco is a staff writer for the Chaska Herald. She can be reached at

"An Inconvenient Truth"
by Mark Olson
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"An Inconvenient Truth" would get my vote — notably the scenes about a big chunk of the world being underwater.

On the above list, I’d go with "The Shining." When that kid rides his Big Wheels down the hall of the haunted hotel, I always want to yell at him not to stop at that door.

And as far as insane writers, I’ve been around enough of them to know that Jack Nicholson’s portrayal is pretty accurate.

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