Top Ten Scariest Movie Scenes
The Top Ten Scariest Movie Scenes
This always freaks me out every time I watch it. This entire movie was scary and f'ed up! - fireinside96
If this is not scary nothing is. It should be number 1 not 2. The chest burs is so fake. Its like cartoon
I admit that I didn't finish the film, but I'm not sure if I've seen that face before. Is it that scene where it's only a pale face with that yellow teeth and wide eyes? Or is it just Reagan as Pazuzu? - MontyPython
Who did they get to play the face?
Only uneducated people could call this scene a fake! It became classic because of realism. Yes, it's a SCI-FI movie but Ridley Scott made it look so truthful. The whole film was creepy. The Chest Burst Scene is probably its highlight - Alexandr
My mom told me about this one day.
This scene hurts my stomach while watching.
You know that during this scene they used real blood and guts from a butcher shop and the people who made the film didn't tell the actors what was going to happen, so the actors were genuinely scared. they just don't make em like they used to.
Fun Fact: the actor of the victim was scared of taking a shower, for like ever. She will take baths instead and leave the curtains open...felt the same way...from that one scene from the Friday the 13th films Spoiler) Jason latterly smashes that guys face with his palm... :-:
The quintessential fright scene by which all later movies are measured - Hitchcock at his best -THE YARDSTICK
Creepy as heck, someone is taking a shower and then a dude comes in with a knife and then the popular scary music plays. - PeeledBanana
The most iconic scene in cinema
Tell any scene this iconic
Really scary and well done
I thought the movie was over but it wasn’t! when jason pops out of the water. so scary I was only 11 when I had watched it! crazy right?!
I read Stephen King all the time, and this scared the crap out of me!
So that where Jason been hiding
A pure classic. So underrated...
If this means storm drain, them I voted for the right one, if it means the shower scene from the mini series then whys it even here, that scene is not scary at all, but anyway, this scene is not scary but it's so iconic to the horror genre, especially for Stephen King fans
Sometimes I fear to go in the shower. Scary, scary stuff to get in your mind oh my
makes me NOT want to take a shower
I don't think pennywise is scary one but. Just funy.
Just plain scary folks
Buffalo Bill was much more creepy.
No more clowns, to this day I can't even look at a toy clown without out. - egnomac
That SLOW approach of Jack Nicholson towards the bath - we can see there's something there-but what? I still have to watch this through my fingers!
My parents make me close my eyes at nudity but the second time I watched this movie and watched this scene I was horrified.
The eye candy was good but then it turn into a laughing scary and oh god I'm skipping this scene!
Great Movie maybe one of the best I've ever scene, But this movie is NOT scary.
I think the CPR scene is scarier - this is still scary and shocking - Mnsdjjfijf
Where's Dr. Armore Death From Child's Play
Fun fact:this scene was supposed to be funny - cadespencer
So traumatizing! It feels like you're in it! It's was traumatizing for both the audience and actors! Also that's Marlyln Burns REAL blood when Gunnar Hansen (Leatherface) cuts her ding so John Dugan (Granpa) can drink it
Ohhhhh, nightmares. Its so scary because its the last thing (for me anyways) to expect to see. I was expecting it to be seen watching the group but then it panned over and BAM(! ) it bolts from the bushes. - fireinside96
Um um I don't like birthday parties anymore
The scariest moment of my life because I was only 7 years old. My dad goes to the bathroom. So I am left in the dark basement alone. One minute later the old hags face explodes into a gore fest. Her eyes pop out of her skull and become huge. Her jaw drops in to a bloody mess. And she makes a hellbound sound that still traumatizes me to this day.
I remember when my younger brother and I were little and we watched this movie at a hotel. My parents were in the bed with us and the scene was about to come on. As Large Marge was saying, "It looked like..." I could see my brother shaking his head no with a terrified expression on his face. - RedTheGremlin
I remember that scene not scariest scene but scared me the most since I was a kid that pervert should be ashamed laugh out loud
This wasn't real scary but it was darn funny.
Gave me a haert attack
This was the scene that scared me the most, their walking through the dark subway tunnels and without warning they get attacked by these little parasite creatures adding to the fact the whole movie is shot on a video camera makes the scene even more terrifying especially.
I'm rarely ever scared by anything, and I gasped when her hand popped out... - MoldySock
So scary and came out of left field. - Cbatower
you cabt forget that hand - metallica1011
That was actually the only scene that scared me
Scare - Cookboy
It's the first scare of the movie. The woman is just standing there when a man with a bag over HUD head comes behind her and stands there for a whole minute. The camera shot changes but then moves back and he's gone... Amazing movie.
This scene is so well-shot and so scary! This didn't have to rely on a loud sound effect or in-your-face violence for this. It is just good old-fashioned tension/suspense/terror.
This part gave me nightmares
That didn't scare me.
I can't believe the movie was PG-13! That thing though...
I don't like public bathrooms anymore! - Jetticus12
This is the reason I had to sleep in my own mothers bed for 2 weeks
I swear I've seen a lot of stuff in my life but this.. is... oh my...
From the 2017 movie:
Ben was in the library reading a history book on Derry.
(As "Oranges and Lemons" were playing)
Kids chorus: "They chop off your head! "
(book zooms in to closeup of picture of decapitated head in tree)
That scene wasn't scary, but it was a bit creepy.
That's so scary when Pennywise climbs up the pole! - Barlek
Always cringe when he cuts his mouth.