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BlogFest 2012 Day 13 - Scary

Posted by Claudia Moser on 2:44 PM in , ,
Nicole challenges us with a scary moment, asked us to describe or show a scene from a book, movie, or television show (or all three!) that scared you the most. My response is the following trailer, no need to explain right?



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Those are fabulous Emerson quotes. I may steal a few.
Karen


@Karen - please do, I also enjoy his work a lot!


I cannot watch this film it scare me so much. Have a great week


Lieben Gruß aus herbstlichem Wald...
CL


Oh definitely enough said. You can't beat Alfred Hitchcock for the scare factor!


Oh yes, The Birds. *shudder* My brother made me watch that when I was wee and it gave me so many nightmares!

A few years ago I went to the town of Bodega, where the school and church scenes were shot. You can bet I was watching out for angry birds!


I saw this at school in 7th grade. I've never seen birds the same way since!! Cheers, Jenn.


This is one traumatizing movie. I have never been able to look at the birds the same way since.

Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com


This film is so epic! I love it!!! It scares so bad though!! :)


@Inge - it is scary, I agree, but still had to watch it!
@Cloudy - danke schön, für dich auch!
@Diane - the master indeed!
@Jacqueline - and how was the visit?
@Jenn @ Kathy yes, somehow the perception changes afterwards
@Nicole - totally on your side!


Dearest Claudia,
Oh, my friend!!! I really enjoyed the video and also very educational as well as scary♡♡♡ Thanks for the link(^_^)彡☆
Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*


This movie sure scared a lot of people!


@Miyako - did you see the movie? You should rent it but I warn you, it is scary!
@Corinne - I guess this is what the master wanted :)

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