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A Quiet Place, the terrifyingly (mostly) silent horror flick from John Krasinski, hit Redboxes everywhere this week. Let’s talk about scary movies and how we’ve dealt with them!

Enter this week’s contest by answering the following question in the comments section.

Have you ever walked out of/turned off a movie because it was too scary?


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118 Responses to “Freebie Friday ‘Silent and Scary’ Edition. Win a Free Redbox e-Gift Card!”

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    bellydancer

    Yes, I could not finish High Tension

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    Chad Hoover [visitor]

    When I was a child my dad would constantly watch the movie From Dusk till Dawn, I would lay on the couch and try to go to sleep, even though my back was turned from TV. I was able to hear everything that was going on and for some reason that made me scared out of my mind that I would have to get up and leave the room.

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    gcaustin212

    Nope. Too stupid, maybe. But not too scary.

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    jorjab

    Never because too scary, but a few times because movie was terrible and boring

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    Carolyn Wilcox [visitor]

    I almost turned off Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but didn’t!!

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    Andy [visitor]

    Nope.

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    rose [visitor]

    Picture Mommy Dead….and the chilling song (the worms crawl in). Quite frightening for a young kid.

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    Becky Hixson [visitor]

    No, I have never walked out of a movie because it was too scary. I have screamed however, while my guy laughed. He had seen the movie earlier while being out of state and figured I would scream, haha. I did not disappoint him!

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    COSTANZOGJ [costanzogj]

    Not so much scary but disturbing , when “Silence of the Lambs” came out.

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    jackmsd

    I have has been that scared for a move after I almost drowned

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    unicorn1

    Never too scary

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    Squarebiz [visitor]

    I haven’t ever had to turn off anything, but I have sometimes had to turn away – anything eye related can be awfully scary and gruesome for me to watch. For example in Saw 2 where the guy wakes up with a venus fly death mask on and learns the key to unlock it has been surgically implanted behind his eye. He will have to gouge out his own eye in order to have a chance to live. Oh man that was awful!
    My husband left the theater when we were watching Resident Evil (the 1st one), years ago because it was too much for him! Funny though now he loves the Resident Evil series.

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    Mary Cowan [visitor]

    No..I don’t watch too many scary movies.

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    hound56

    None that I remember.

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    DAWN SNOW [visitor]

    I’ve never walked out on a scary movie. I figured if I paid theater prices, I am staying until the end.

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    Jolene jones [visitor]

    No

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    Ken [visitor]

    no

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    Mirta [visitor]

    No

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    Diane [visitor]

    Have not walked out but closed my eyes knowing it was a scary part coming!!

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    Karen [visitor]

    No never!

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    Jennifer Lewis [visitor]

    no way, worst was being afraid to get up at the end

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    Dennis [visitor]

    No. I like scary movies.

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    tom [visitor]

    after i watched “creature from the black lagoon” when i was 9 years old, i had to ride my bike home on a pitch black night about a mile and ride through a creek

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    Bunny455 [bunny455]

    Nope. I always watch it to the bloody end!

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    lisa [herman_p2000]

    The first Hellraiser movie. I sat out in the theater hallway until my friend finished watching it. I tried to go back in once but had to leave again. Way too scary for me.

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    ksolnit

    No, I know it’s only a movie

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    keriwtsn [visitor]

    Any horror movie with a critter in it guarantees I have to walk away when the critter gets hurt. I can watch people being maimed & killed right, left & sideways but seeing or hearing a critter get hurt gives me nightfreakinmares.

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    Connie [visitor]

    Nope

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    Joey E [visitor]

    nope

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    matthew harris [visitor]

    THE EXORCIST was the scariest movie I ever saw! I got up and walked out on it when I was a kid. and I still can’t sit through it till this day.

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    HARRY L DYER [visitor]

    Can’t say that I have. Close a couple of times.

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    Iam [visitor]

    Tremors

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    Kevin [visitor]

    Yes had nightmares for weeks.

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    dmp761

    Evil dead. Hostel was another one.

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    Kristen webel [visitor]

    No. I didn’t finish Blair witch project because I was getting nauseous from the dizzy camera work, though

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    sly_sly

    No. I paid good money and I don’t want to have to go trough watching it again later.