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On the street: What is your favorite scary movie?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on October 9, 2013

Til Willis, singer-songwriter, Lawrence

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“The first ‘Halloween’ movie.”

Katie Farmer, childcare provider, Lawrence

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“‘The Others.’”

Ruth Anne, lawyer, Lawrence

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“‘The Nightmare Before Christmas.’”

Anna Korroch, student, Lawrence

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“‘The Ring,’ even though I don’t like it at the same time. I don’t like scary movies.”

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Jennifer Klopp

Rosemary's Baby

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Scott Morgan

As a young un not older than 5 or 6 watched on new recently released technology, a black and white television, The Wizard of Oz.

Still gives me the heebie jeebies 5 decades later.

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appleaday

CSPAN

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George_Braziller

The original Halloween because the scare factor is primarily psychological.

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Aiko

Trilogy of Terror!

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Russell Fryberger

The 2013 presidential state of the Union address.

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WarHawk78

None, I don't like scary movies

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Leslie Swearingen

Evil Dead with Bruce Campbell. I have saw every horror movie on Netflix and every vampire movie ever made since Nosferatu.

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Leslie Swearingen

Oh, and the Tales from the Crypt movies.

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acg

For shock & slasher value, the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. For freak out value I love the Exorcist and an old movie I watched when I was a kid called Burnt Offerings. Paranormal Activity is good for the skin crawling thing. For jump out at you fun, I love American Werewolf in London. For campy bad B horror, any of the Friday the 13th's.

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