There was a year old Korean girl named Haruko who was attending university in a large city. One night, she had to stay late in the library to finish a project and it was almost dark by the time she returned home. Haruko lived on the 14th floor of an old apartment building.
The moment the light goes on in that one dark scene caused me to scream bloody murder. My brother came racing down the stairs to make sure I was OK. I was speechless, pointing and shaking…. Must be trying to capture what I missed growing up! Nothing scarier than that. Two films really scared me as a kid: It was or Vicki Masters There are others out there like me!
I LOVE these movies. Does anyone remember Roland? He hosted the horror movies-his wife was in a casket-Roland called her — My Dear???
That was the first dvd I bought. Too bad all the independent stations are long gone. I always wondered what he was doing with that body in the coffin. It looked like he was trying to stuff it with giant gumballs. Zackerly made his corny jokes and did that husky goofy laugh of his while commenting to his vampire wife My Dear who was never seen more for the kids staying up late than adults.
It was the talk of my school the next day. No sleep for me THAT night! Cynthia Grisolia I love scary movies, but these kept me up at night: I had just had my eyes refracted and the whole thing was a hazy horror. Saturday afternoon monster movie fave, The Screaming Skull; 2. Later on they dig them both up and its still alive.
Now that creeped me out. There was another one about a vampire who was also a gunslinger!! I remember it well, and the design of the original posters by Reynold Brown, which was fabulous! Once the skeleton gets its skull back, it starts making plans to conquer the world.
I remember seeing it on TV. When the pig-faced people turned around, I screamed and went running for my mom! Ken Strawn When video versions of the fifties monster movies began showing up in video stores, I began renting them and laughing at what used to scare me as a kid.Players:1 principal Requirements:1 building, at least 10 stories high, with an elevator.
All three of these conditions must be met in order for the game to ph-vs.comctions:Venturing Out:Enter your chosen building and get into the elevator on the first floor alone.
The Elevator is a scary short story about a young boy who has a morbid fear of elevators, especially the creaky old elevator in his apartment building.
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The inclusion of horrible events does not necessarily make a story horror.
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