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Greg 9 month s ago
Cheap jump scares are the cause of these increased heart rates. Most of these movies are the cinema equivalent of an air horn in your ear. They are NOT scary. Try The Thing 1982, The Exorcist, The Omen, Poltergeist 1982 and stay away from the remakes.
       
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Clo 9 month s ago
Quote: Greg
Sinister, 2012

Golden classic, also japanese versions of Ringu, Eye etc...
       
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Joey 9 month s ago
I've always found that the first Alien movie is adequately scary for me.
       
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Nabby 9 month s ago
Outbreak, Dustin Hoffmann and Russo. Scariest movie I've ever watched in my life. Pre and post 'Rona.
       
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Laveda 9 month s ago
Nabby,

Loved the film, you might also enjoy Contagion which is along the same lines. One of my favorite scary movies and I don't usually care for horror is As Above so Below. Great for anyone who hates confined places.
       
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Winnie 9 month s ago
It Follows is quite disturbing. An example of persistence hunting.
       
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Elswood 9 month s ago
Event Horizon

and the Lawn Mower Man
       
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2nd place: Insidious, 2010
IMDb score — 6.8
Heart rate: 85–133 bpm

After a series of strange events that happened to Josh and Renai in a new house, the worst thing happens — their 10-year-old son Dalton goes into a coma and doctors don’t know how to help him. When he comes back home, the terrible events keep happening. And soon, everyone realizes that the boy is connected to another world.

 

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