j_walden2006 wrote:hahaha I actually refuse to watch that movie (never seen it) b/c my hubby always makes those eery sounds as a joke lol
You're missing a pretty great movie. It is quite disturbing but very very good. Like, but different than: "Invasion of the Body Snatchers(original)," "Silence of the Lambs," "Dog Day Afternoon," "The Exorcist," "Clockwork Orange," "The Birds," "Cry Freedom," "Psycho," "Klute," "1984(original)," "Marathon Man(The dentist scene is one of the most disturbing ever put on film.)," "Vertigo," and many many others. (Particularly Hitchcock movies)
Of course the "disturbing" aspect of many movies is a turn off for quite a few folks but that aspect is one of the draws for me. I would never "not watch" a movie just because it disturbs me. Well there is on exception; I never willingly watched "Fatal Attraction." My ex-wife did force me to watch it once however. It was quite good but it frightened me too much.
Now thinking about that makes me want to browse around Netflix, Amazon Prime, and my local files on my Roku to find a disturbing, suspenseful thriller to watch.
How about how I morphed a pretty much "off topic" post into being at least somewhat about Roku?