News10 personalities reveal their picks for most terrifying horror flick
7:31 AM, Oct 22, 2013
Darla Givens - The Exorcist --
"Hands down, the scariest movie ever made.
Nick Monacelli - Gremlins
"Gremlins scared me as a kid because of Stripe
Melissa Crowley - Jaws -
"I saw it at the drive-in when I was 7 and I couldn't go in the water for weeks. It scared my brother so much, he still refuses to watch Shark Week."
Dina Kupfer - The Amityville Horror - "The fact that it was based on a true story first of all. Then the progression of a normal guy going into a demonic state is just terrifying."
Monica Woods - Carrie --
I am petrified of scary movies. It makes me shiver just thinking about them. Carrie probably is the eeriest for me. At the end when the arm pops out of the dirt and grabs the girl...forget it!!!
Patrick Walker - Carrie -
"This one always makes in impression on me when I think of horror movies. The blood all over her at the end...oh my gosh."
John Myers - Misery - "The scene with James Caan's ankles will change your life."
Dan Elliot - The Exorcist -
"I was a good little catholic boy at the time of watching and there was no escaping the devil. The movie brought the devil right into your home. It was after watching that movie that I began going to sleep with the TV on."
Rob Carlmark - The Shining -
"You feel like it could actually happen. It just feels more real than other horror movies."
Courtney Carlmark - Child's Play - "I watched it when I was little. Chucky would freak anyone out. Especially a child."
Keba Arnold - News10 Anchor - Nightmare on Elm Street
"There's no escaping Freddy. You have to go to sleep at some point
George Warren - The Omen - (original version)
Jeff Maher - News10 Reporter - Paranormal Activity - "I don't scare easy and that movie really got me. I remember leaving the theater just feeling uncomfortable, tense."
Our team fesses up to the horror flicks that still give them the chills.