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  1. I agree! I really hate slasher/gasher horror, but the creepy, “what if?” kind lingers in the corners for quite a while… Stir of Echoes comes to mind…. I watched it alone, late, years ago… But why? Hugs and Sunshine…. And Schnitzel!

  2. I agree! I really hate slasher/gasher horror, but the creepy, “what if?” kind lingers in the corners for quite a while… Stir of Echoes comes to mind…. I watched it alone, late, years ago… But why? Hugs and Sunshine…. And Schnitzel!

  3. I used to LOVE scary movies. I particularly liked the psychological thrillers. I haven’t been able to watch them since becoming a mother. I have too many other things to worry about, I don’t want to be scared on purpose anymore.

  4. I used to LOVE scary movies. I particularly liked the psychological thrillers. I haven’t been able to watch them since becoming a mother. I have too many other things to worry about, I don’t want to be scared on purpose anymore.

  5. I will not, will not, will not see any kind of movie like that that will cause me unnecessary anxiety. Life’s too short to be scared of something that isn’t even real in the first place.
    I do, however, love a good scary novel. There is just something about being in a theater where you are surrounded by sight and sound that encompasses your whole being. It’s too much.

  6. I will not, will not, will not see any kind of movie like that that will cause me unnecessary anxiety. Life’s too short to be scared of something that isn’t even real in the first place.
    I do, however, love a good scary novel. There is just something about being in a theater where you are surrounded by sight and sound that encompasses your whole being. It’s too much.

  7. I do love a good scary movie, but I have to be in the mood for it, and I don’t like slasher films I much prefer the psychological and trying to guess what will happen next! I wont make the mistake of watching them on my own again though as the last time I did that I was up half the night!

  8. I do love a good scary movie, but I have to be in the mood for it, and I don’t like slasher films I much prefer the psychological and trying to guess what will happen next! I wont make the mistake of watching them on my own again though as the last time I did that I was up half the night!

  9. I do not like scary movies at all. I like peace, harmony and goodwill within my walls.
    I would hate to think I would revert back to when my sister and I stayed home alone together one time and we both climbed the stairs with hairspray cans thinking we could eliminate whatever it was up there scaring us with a good squirt in the eyes with alcohol and a bit of fragrance or the time after watching Amityville Horror movie, I had to walk home in the dark because my ride didn’t show up. Last scary movie I ever watched….

  10. I do not like scary movies at all. I like peace, harmony and goodwill within my walls.
    I would hate to think I would revert back to when my sister and I stayed home alone together one time and we both climbed the stairs with hairspray cans thinking we could eliminate whatever it was up there scaring us with a good squirt in the eyes with alcohol and a bit of fragrance or the time after watching Amityville Horror movie, I had to walk home in the dark because my ride didn’t show up. Last scary movie I ever watched….

  11. Schnitzel is a breaded and fried meat cutlet. Wiener Schnitzel is made from veal, but I don’t know why it’s Wiener — maybe it’s a form of Vienna.Anyway, Schnitzel with noodles is a very comforting dish.

  12. Schnitzel is a breaded and fried meat cutlet. Wiener Schnitzel is made from veal, but I don’t know why it’s Wiener — maybe it’s a form of Vienna.
    Anyway, Schnitzel with noodles is a very comforting dish.

  13. 14 years ago, my now-husband & I went to see The Blair Witch Project together. I was so scared that I had to sleep with the lights on and music playing for TWO WEEKS after. That’s when I realised horror film are not for me & I’ve refused to see them ever since. Am shuddering at the thought of a haunted house!Jo x
    P.S. Schnitzel is a pork escalope, covered in breadcrumbs. Not particularly nice, but a heck of a lot nicer that The Conjuring, I’m sure!

  14. 14 years ago, my now-husband & I went to see The Blair Witch Project together. I was so scared that I had to sleep with the lights on and music playing for TWO WEEKS after. That’s when I realised horror film are not for me & I’ve refused to see them ever since. Am shuddering at the thought of a haunted house!
    Jo x
    P.S. Schnitzel is a pork escalope, covered in breadcrumbs. Not particularly nice, but a heck of a lot nicer that The Conjuring, I’m sure!

  15. I can’t deny a good horror movie but I remember seeing one and whilst there was a massive blood and guts murder scene in some derelict cottage I was admiring the vintage fixtures thinking oh if only I could have cleaned the place up it would be perfect!
    I saw the Conjuring a couple of weeks ago with my sister in law when staying with the family… I handled the film well and still sat soundly but waking up to my nephews face in mine was a bit of scary shock to the system till I adjusted!!

    Victoria

    FlorenceandMary.com

  16. I can’t deny a good horror movie but I remember seeing one and whilst there was a massive blood and guts murder scene in some derelict cottage I was admiring the vintage fixtures thinking oh if only I could have cleaned the place up it would be perfect!
    I saw the Conjuring a couple of weeks ago with my sister in law when staying with the family… I handled the film well and still sat soundly but waking up to my nephews face in mine was a bit of scary shock to the system till I adjusted!!
    Victoria
    FlorenceandMary.com

  17. I will not watch scary movies, there is enough in a daily newspaper to give me the heebeejeebies regularly! A schnitzel is a thin piece of veal, crumbed (breaded) and pan fried. Quite delicious when done well and, although I never have, I imagine in Vienna it may be served with buttered noodles!

  18. I will not watch scary movies, there is enough in a daily newspaper to give me the heebeejeebies regularly! A schnitzel is a thin piece of veal, crumbed (breaded) and pan fried. Quite delicious when done well and, although I never have, I imagine in Vienna it may be served with buttered noodles!

  19. Agree 100% on the whole being scared thing. I go to movies to feel good not to feel worse.Schnitzel is either a flattened chicken breast or a traditionally, a piece of veal (don’t eat veal!) which has been crumbed and pan fried. Noodles = pasta. Yummo.

  20. Agree 100% on the whole being scared thing. I go to movies to feel good not to feel worse.
    Schnitzel is either a flattened chicken breast or a traditionally, a piece of veal (don’t eat veal!) which has been crumbed and pan fried. Noodles = pasta. Yummo.

  21. I’m not a fan either, although I love to read scary books – not blood and gore though. Houses, as well as other buildings, can absorb atmosphere and negative emotion and hold on to it. It’s also believed that they can kind of record or create a memory of events that happen with a lot of emotional charge and then, on occasion, play it back – hence people saying they see apparitions. A colleague who is a Diocesan Exorcist has come across this loads of times.

  22. I’m not a fan either, although I love to read scary books – not blood and gore though. Houses, as well as other buildings, can absorb atmosphere and negative emotion and hold on to it. It’s also believed that they can kind of record or create a memory of events that happen with a lot of emotional charge and then, on occasion, play it back – hence people saying they see apparitions. A colleague who is a Diocesan Exorcist has come across this loads of times.

  23. Ack, scary books are even worse than movies. As a rule of thumb I try to stay away from anything that will keep me away from my beloved REM moments. I do love a good campy film though, the kind that are so bad they’re hilarious. Have you tried a turn-based system instead of votes? At least then you could be guaranteed that your suffering would not be in vain.

  24. Ack, scary books are even worse than movies. As a rule of thumb I try to stay away from anything that will keep me away from my beloved REM moments. I do love a good campy film though, the kind that are so bad they’re hilarious. Have you tried a turn-based system instead of votes? At least then you could be guaranteed that your suffering would not be in vain.

  25. i don’t like horror movies either! i’ll watch a spooky movie- like Rebecca,Wuthering Heights or Jane Eyre. i did once experience a ‘good’ kind of ‘haunting’ in an old house in Alabama. i was about 12 and went to visit some family friends with my parents,everyone else was downstairs,i was alone on a different floor and while wandering through the rooms there was suddenly the strong scent of flowers-where there were no fresh flowers! it was lovely,actually and i somehow knew it was something–different. when i met up with the adults, i told them about it,the owners of the house said that others had experienced this same ‘haunting” .

  26. i don’t like horror movies either! i’ll watch a spooky movie- like Rebecca,Wuthering Heights or Jane Eyre. i did once experience a ‘good’ kind of ‘haunting’ in an old house in Alabama. i was about 12 and went to visit some family friends with my parents,everyone else was downstairs,i was alone on a different floor and while wandering through the rooms there was suddenly the strong scent of flowers-where there were no fresh flowers! it was lovely,actually and i somehow knew it was something–different. when i met up with the adults, i told them about it,the owners of the house said that others had experienced this same ‘haunting” .

  27. i don’t like horror movies either! i’ll watch a spooky movie- like Rebecca,Wuthering Heights or Jane Eyre. i did once experience a ‘good’ kind of ‘haunting’ in an old house in Alabama. i was about 12 and went to visit some family friends with my parents,everyone else was downstairs,i was alone on a different floor and while wandering through the rooms there was suddenly the strong scent of flowers-where there were no fresh flowers! it was lovely,actually and i somehow knew it was something–different. when i met up with the adults, i told them about it,the owners of the house said that others had experienced this same ‘haunting” .

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