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My Top10 scariest movies

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Published on Mar 17, 2010

This is my top ten of the scariest movies ive seen so far (2010). the list includes movies from hong kong, japan, thailand and usa (although most of them are remakes of japanese/korean horror movies). after watching so many horror movies ive to say that japan makes the best and scariest horror movies.
if you can spare some time, you can tell me your topten^^

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FruitBasketyay
LMAO!!! WHEN THAT GIRL CAME WALKING DOWN THE STAIRS LIKE A CRAB I STARTED DYING OF LAUGHTER!!!
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Lina Horn
i thought for the longest time that the ring and the grudge were the same movie
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1011andriy
I really don't understand what people in horror movies think about! Really! When normal people shal think "Crap, I'm getting outta here!", the horror movie characters think "Oh, what is that scary shit? What is that creep sound? Lemme go check it out! It's possibly the creep that's trying to kill me, but I'll still gonna have a look!"
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Darren Sar
number 1 is funny
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Cosmic Ace
Freddy makes me laugh. He is not scary. Michael, Jason and Freddy are children's characters. I watched those movies as a child.
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Sharath SH
I don't know why people fuss about Exorcist......... I was watching it with my cousins the other day and laughed so hard when the stairs scene happened...... 
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Nessim Jaber
the exorcist was not scary at all i dont know why people think its scary??
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Quantum
None of them are scary
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Lavinia S
Isn't Regan in that scene of the Exorcist supposed to spit blood? I had never seen this scene before 7:42
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Novin Sadighi
There is a difference between "Scariest Movies" and "Best Horror Movies". A shallow slasher movie for example maybe considered scary at times but can easily be garbage as well. The Shining may not be as scary today as it was back in the 1980, but from a cinematic and artistic standpoint it was undoubtedly a masterpiece which helped and influenced a lot of movie directors and redefined horror movie genre standards. You can't really find a movie even similar to The Shining before 1980 and That's why it's an important movie in the history of cinema.
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