9 movies not to watch alone in the dark...

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  • 1. The Shining
  • 2. Cape Fear
  • 3. Coma
  • 4. Jaws
  • 5. Dead Ringers
  • 6. Face Off
  • 7. Sleeping with the Enemy
  • 8. The Hand that Rocks the Cradle
  • 9. It

I'm not really into scary movies, but I have seen at least parts of a few of these -- Jaws, The Shining, Hand that Rocks the Cradle, and Face Off. I agree with all except the last. I didn't think Face Off was all that scary or even thrilling. It might have been the sheer ludicrousness of the basic premise, though.

Hi, this is bertie. (I'm having to write "this is bertie" because, even though I am logged in, Jim's robot seems not to recognise me at your page.)

Thanks for listing IT. Even though this is not the best movie based on a Stephen King story, it's still pretty good - and IT is my favorite King novel.

Bertie again. Damn! pressed the wrong button. The above post, obviously, was meant to be a comment, not a reply to UncRoger, estimable though he is.

I suspect this logout-bug was caused by your session spanning midnight (US EST). I'll have to look into it. Actually, one thing on my ever-growing "to do" list is to add a "keep me logged in indefinitely" button so you don't have to login every day. Someday.