Sunday, March 8, 2009

My heart is POUNDING

from simply watching the trailer for "Something Scary Happened in Connecticut". That isn't the real name but I am too scared of what the website might be like to google it to find the real name.

Scary is not my gig.

10 comments:

workhardeatwell said...

I can't do scary at all. I become a big baby and have to sleep with the lights on.

creative kerfuffle said...

omg--is that the one that says "based on a true story" and it's something about the house being haunted? yeah, i won't be seeing that one either. just like i will never, ever watch any of those saw movies. why? because people DO stuff like that in real life and there are too many twisted sickos out there and it freaks me out.

my wordify is kymando : ) ha--no undies.

Not Your Aunt Bea said...

The scariest movie I have watched is the sixth sense and some parts I would have to mute (I don't like the scary music). I am a big chicken. No scary movies, even the faux scary movies.

Hotch Potchery said...

CK: YES. My kids love scary and every Halloween I go to one scary movie with them...they delight in making me see the Saw movies. I have cried at the last two. In public.

Bea: I cried at Sixth Sense too.

--V said...

Movie that scared me the most was The Blair Witch Project. I finally figured out why--it was the absence of scary music. I didn't have any cues about when I could stop/start being scared, so I was anxious the whole time.

And I lived in a place that had a wooded hillside steps away from my back door. The night I saw it I RAN from the parking lot to the apartment like there was something after me.

My word: atios -- Goodbye from a Spaniard with a speech impediment?

Jen L. said...

I tried to google it for you, but no luck. It basically sent me back to your blog. :)

When I saw Blair Witch Project years and years ago, I had no idea it was fake. It scared the ever-loving crap out of me! It also scared Marcus so bad when we rented the video that we had to sleep with the lights on.

tara said...

I used to have no problem with scary movies. Then I got married and somehow I instantly became a big wuss. I can't take the stress anymore, is what it really comes to.

I think you are referring to "A Haunting in Connecticut", which is indeed based on a true story, but not exactly the story they tell in the movie, of course.

Alice said...

hee! i like scary movies, but ONLY when i have a man available to sleep at my house afterwards ;-)

Fatinah said...

scary isn't my thing either!

Anonymous said...

I like scary movies but haven't seen one that was actually scary in a long time! I really don't understand what was scary about sixty sense?

 
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