Im not either because I believe im demonic possession so that just freaks me out. Demon/Satanic horror movies are the only ones I find truly frightning and I wont see them because In some ways I think its asking for trouble.
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Oh, that Emily Rose one looks so creepy! I am definately going to go see it. Did you all see 28 days later? That's one of my favourites. Infection is one of my biggest fears (besides zombies) and this kinda had both. On a side note, Shaun of the Dead was awesome too, but funny for you people who don't like scarey horror stuff. Puppy, maybe you would like reading "Danse Macabre" by Stephen King, if you never have. He explains a lot about why people love horror and it's just a good book.
Edited because I was certainly not paying attention when I spelled "Danse Macabre" Oops.
I wasn't frightened by The Exorcist, because I don't believe that kids can be possessed by Satan through ouija boards. Satan doesn't work that way IMHO, so the entire thing was silly. ---------------- Now, Saving Private Ryan was upsetting to me, esp. at the beginning, but I think it was a valuable experience for me as a woman. Because I'll never have to fight in a war, but I still get to vote for whether or not my country should support particular wars. My decisions will be influenced by what I learned from this film, in particular that combat is more horrible than I could have previously imagined.
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