I wasn't afraid of "The Thing" in 1982, because I was used to the Resident Evil games. Once you get used to the Resident Evil than it is a piece of cake. I can handle the gore, it is the element of surprise that gets me. Here are a list of movies I get nervous over. In no order
1.) The Ring from 2002, because it was like the Grudge, yet worse. Things coming out of the TV. The alien-like movement of the undead spider walking is what scared me.
2. The Grudge - similar to the spider-like undead from The Ring. The element of surprise and the jaw movement. I missed Ju-on Japanese film.
3. The Grudge 2 - similar to the spider-like undead from The Ring. The element of surprise and the jaw movement. I missed Ju-on Japanese film.
4. House on Haunted Hill (1999) - Rob Zombies as a director and arms coming out of the wall, weird bondage shit going on.
5. Pandemonium - Necromancer-vampires in space. For some reason.
6. Changeling (1980) - A lot scarier setting than Steven King's Rose Red and are similar in principle.
7. Hellraiser 1 (1987) - Bondage and ripping part of limbs.
8. Hellraiser 2 (1987) - Bondage and ripping part of limbs.
9. Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1978) - To weird for my imagination.
10-14. SAW 1 - 5 - Continuously grouse through-out.
15. Rosemary's Baby (1978) - Evil babies are some of the most terrifying monsters in videogames. Used in Contra, R-Type, Resident Evil, Fatal Frame, and Silent Hill.
Movies that didn't scare me much at all
1. The Thing (1982)
2. Pitch Black (1998)
3. Blare Witch Project (1999)
4. Alien Trilogy
5. Friday the 13
6. Nightmare in Elm Street
8. 28 Days Later
9. Resident Evil films
10. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
11. American Werewolf in London
12. Fright Night
13. Werewolf (2009)
14. Evil Dead II
15. The Shining
17. I, Legend. (2007)
18. Quatermass and the Pit (1968)
19. The Exorcist (1978)
21. Silence of the Lambs (1991)
22. War of the Worlds (any yr)
24. The Myst (2007)
26. Psycho (1960)
27. The Birds
28. Night of the Demon