Vampires? Werewolves? The metroids? Alien from the eponymous franchise?




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  1. Fletch 3 months ago

    I have THE answer.

    JAWS

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      Jear77 3 months ago

      @Fletch Makes one afraid to go into the water, that’s for sure. But isn’t that too close to real life (there actually ARE sharks that eat people!)

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      • Fletch 3 months ago

        @Jear77

        but it’s not JAWS!

        this was JAWS!! fucking JAWS for chrissake!!!

        just the music will have people shit their pants.

        don’t even joke about JAWS at the beach

        one word…………. JAWS

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    • Gina 3 months ago

      @Fletch I swear to you, that is what I thought before I saw your response. You can tell who grew up on the beaches of California. That movie kept this beach bum out of the water for a whole summer. I even freaked being on the sand, thinking that killer shark was going to eat me. I got over it by the next summer, but I certainly thought about it while I was in the water.

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  2. luftballooneyegouge 3 months ago

    1. Dracula
    2. Frankenstein’s Quilt
    3. Godzilla
    4. The Boogie Man
    5. Ivan Drago

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      Jear77 3 months ago

      @luftballooneyegouge even though you were making a joke about frankenstein’s quilt, a type of quilt is called “patchwork,” because he is a hodgepodge of collected parts (and according to one cartoon he has a certain part from the “man from Nantucket.”

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      • luftballooneyegouge 3 months ago

        @Jear77
        “Frankenstein’s Quilt” 4 beat syllables
        pop music is in four/four timing
        “Frankenstein’s Monster” 5 beat syllables
        Awwwwwwwwwkwaaaard

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        Jear77 3 months ago

        @luftballooneyegouge I don’t know anything about music. I prefer silence myself. Unless you’re talking about jokes, I don’t know how to beat them

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      • luftballooneyegouge 3 months ago

        @Jear77
        I was literally just thinking I need to play music 24/7 and came into the room with a computer to pull up old Guess Who when I saw your thing. You should try orchestral movie soundtrack pieces. You just should.

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        Jear77 3 months ago

        @luftballooneyegouge I can’t concentrate with music on, unless it’s alpha or beta waves or anything. It interrupts my concentration. I’ve gotten better at blocking it out over time… but anything with words I can’t deal with simply because I’m concentrating on hearing the words instead of what I’m doing. If I’m listening to music with words, that’s ALL I am doing. When listening to music it tends to be VERY difficult for me to pick out words… especially in songs I don’t know.

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      • luftballooneyegouge 3 months ago

        @Jear77
        That’s why I suggest orchestral movie soundtracks.
        …no words
        …you’d already be familiar with the music, which is often an important part of the music experience.
        …Monster & Horror Movie Soundtracks!!!!

        (although I did type this to the fuzzy soft sound of only fans & a window a/c)

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  3. BelleMadre 3 months ago

    i think Alien wins for sho, but the sand worms in dune i think are a pretty close 2nd!

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      Jear77 3 months ago

      @BelleMadre You probably wouldn’t believe the special effects or how they manipulated the sets in order to give the movie a claustrophobic feel. There *was* a film theory on it, but it’s since been made private or has since been deleted ;-(

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  4. Yin 3 months ago

    Slender Man, and Marble Hornets was awesome.

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      Jear77 3 months ago

      @Yin Isn’t slender man a “creepy pasta” thing? (and if so does he count as a fictional monster)

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      • Yin 3 months ago

        @Jear77 Yea, he is from Creepypasta. Some people took that idea and created a series on YouTube called Marble Hornets that surrounded him. I mean, he is fictional and seems to be a monster. He just isn’t one of the classic ones. Was going to go with ghosts or demons since they are damn frightening, but then it may lead to an argument that they aren’t fictional that I tried to avoid. Jason came to mind as well, but is he technically a monster? Slender Man just seemed to fit.

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        Jear77 3 months ago

        @Yin I didn’t know creepy pastas were considered fiction as they were an internet only phenomenon.

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      • Yin 3 months ago

        @Jear77 I mean, the stories are fictional stories. Considering how popular Slender Man became after that, I think it is worth mentioning. They even have a popular video game on the character called “Slender.” “Slender: The Arrival” is a sequel (or maybe prequel) to it. There is a Creepypasta story called Candle Cove that has become the theme for the Syfy show Channel Zero. Overall, I like how some of these stories are getting attention. Nice to have something new.

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        Jear77 3 months ago

        @Yin a new boogeyman to haunt one’s dreams

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  5. ladybarbara 3 months ago

    Pennywise the clown in the movie “It”. “It floats!!!”

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  6. Fletch 3 months ago

    daDA
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  7. Gina 3 months ago

    The “monsters” that actually affected my life were as follows:

    1) The Great White Killer shark from Jaws. Kept me out of the ocean for a whole summer season, and I love to body surf!
    2) Norman Bates of Psycho. I kept my eyes wide open in the shower for years after watching that horrible, but great movie.
    3) The first Halloween movie from 1978. I can’t even remember the “monster’s” name, but what was scarier than anything was not knowing what was behind the bushes as you were walking home on a dark night. That is something we all, especially women can relate to. Being attacked by that unknown monster.
    4) Birds, especially crows because of the movie, Birds. I am not freaked out about them now; but that was a movie I had watched over and over. Each time I watched it, a flock of birds would freak me out.

    I was never really scared by Frankenstein, vampires or werewolves; but they did scare the crap out of me when I would visit Universal Studios, and one of them would sit next to me on the tram. I hated that!

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      Jear77 3 months ago

      @Gina I don’t recall the first halloween movie’s name, but IIRC it now is Michael Myers… Could be the same tho

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  8. 2Thrash 3 months ago

    Freddy Krueger is pretty good. To die in your dreams? That’s the stuff of nightmares.

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