9 Memorable Horror Movie Moments

Kelly Michele

Kelly has been a lover of movies since she was little. Although her movie tastes have changed a little since her younger days of Carebears and Mary Poppins, her love of film hasn't. She can generally be found watching any horror movie she can get her hands on, but will occasionally throw an indie film or documentary into the mix to shake things up. She speaks in movie quotes and uses film references in daily conversation; and she does all of this while attempting to change the world's negative opinion of fangirls.

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  • Anonymous

    I totally do not do horror, but I remember going to see The Ring in college – BOTH my roommate and I couldn’t sleep with the lights off that night, that’s now utterly terrified we were.

    • LOL. Yeah, it did that to a lot of people. I admit I was freaked out to answer my phone for seven days after seeing it!

    • I don’t do horror either, but I too saw The Ring. I don’t really remember having that many nightmares, but it’s definitely not a movie I want to see again and definitely NOT at night.

  • Kat

    Great choice with Silence of the Lambs. To me, the absolute creepiest part of the movie is when Buffalo Bill is telling the girl to put lotion on. It’s so deeply terrifying because WE, the audience know why he needs her skin to be soft. *shudder*

    Ugh, The Ring. I STILL lay awake at night thinking about that movie. It’s a tough choice for me between when Samara crawls out of the TV and when they actually show you the video.

    I think I would have had to add the, um, digestion scene from The Human Centipede (gross).

    • Oh my lord. I never, EVER want to think of The Human Centipede again. I think I spent most of the movie watching with a blanket up over my face. The fact that someone thought to make that into a movie is so disturbing to me.

      And while it was STUPID (because, let’s face it, it wasn’t a great movie – I can name 50 things that were wrong with it off the top of my head) it was so disgusting and unlike anything I’d ever seen before that it STILL makes my stomach flip when I think about it.

    • I haven’t even seen The Human Centipede, but have heard all about that scene and even I’m disgusted just thinking about it.