Favorite Horror Movies/Moments Well? Some of my favorite moments are as follows (in no particular order): 1. Predator 2 - The subway scene where Predator asks Jerry if he "wants some candy." Earlier in the movie (in case you didn't see it), the Predator was stalking Danny Glover in the graveyard when a little kid saw him in his invisible form, though he was a ghost and offered him some candy. The Predator recorded it and played it back on the subway right before he killed Jerry. Though not technically a horror film, it still creeped me out none the less. 2. Creepshow - "The Crate". Let's just say that if I saw that as a little kid, I would still be afraid to open boxes. If you've seen it, then you know what I'm talking about. The tesion created when he was walking around the lab could've been cut with a knife. 3. Night of the Living Dead - Toward the end when the zombies are advancing on the building and they ran out of ammo. Helplessness is one of my worst fears, and being eaten by the undead is another. Needless to say, the 2 combined... 4. Alien Resurrection - After the Aliens escape, and everyone is trying to get to the escape pods. The part that creeped me out was when the one was right about to take off, and an alien jumped in just before hatch closed and they took off. Just when you thought you were in the clear. 5. Arachnophobia - Early in the movie when the guy was in the sleeping bag and feels something in there with him. He looks down and sees that big-*** spider sink it's fangs into his leg. Spiders don't scare me, except when they are the size of dinner plates with fangs to match. 6. The Bair Witch Project - I know, not the greatest movie ever made, but you have to agree, there were some moments that scared the bejesus out of you, like when they heard the one dude screaming in the distance that one night after he disappeared, or when the tent started shaking. 7. Texas Chainsaw Massacre (original) - When the girl walks into the house and Leatherface grabs her and hangs her on that meathook all of a sudden. The worst part was watching her writhe and grab at the hook, trying to get off it. 8. Jason Goes to Hell, the Final Friday - In the end when Jason is getting dragged into Hell, and Freddy's clawed hand pops out and pulls him under. I know there are a lot more, and I'm leaving out classics like the shower scene from Psycho, Linda Blair's antics in The Exorcist, Jack Nicholson's brilliance in The Shining, and most of Poltergeist, but there are just too many to list, and I have to leave some for everyone else.