Angry Time

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#1

How is American Psycho scary? Although I think I have stated my Don’t Look Now fear from having seen it when about ten. Fuck Venice.


#2

Woah, this has auto tagged!


#3

Hi Balonz


#4

Nice weather in yorks today?


#5

yeah actually. pretty sunny right now.


#6

american psycho is/wasn’t scary?


#7

I got up ten minutes early to hang the sheets out and it’s just rained here and BBC says 97% chance of rain where I live.


#8

I see you have addressed this in your opening post


#9

It is not. It is many things (including pretty shit) but in no way is it scary to me.

oh, I thought you wanted to fight me.


#10

it’s not meant to be scary either? shocking mibbes, but even if you’re a big ol’ feardy cat i doubt this would bother you


#11

Get Out isn’t scary
American Psycho isn’t scary
The Shining isn’t scary
Don’t Look Now is scary but isn’t the scariest film ever


#12

I’m massively desensitised but I think that a scaredy cat could definitely be scared by the Shining and possibly Get Out.


#13

^haha look balonz is scared of hotels and tricycles


#14

and little girls


#15

Don’t Look Now is fantastic tho innit. One of those rare instances where the film is on par with the book (novella/short story/go fuck yourself).

Edit: similarly @Balonz my mum urged me to watch it when I was 11 and it scared me shitless/made me very interested in the work of Julie Christie.


#16

remember the ring was scary


#17

The shining is a boring film!


#18

Great work @rockbot or @discobot, whichever one of you it was!


#19

:crystal_ball: Yes definitely


#20

^This
I had a similar reaction to the work of Britt Ekland after watching The Wicker Man