Scariest scene


I woke up at 3 a.m. thinking that I heard a noise in my house. With no alarm system and only 2 indifferent cats for protection, I decided that I would sit up and see if I would hear the noise again. I checked my DVR for saved movies. I opted for this since I am teaching myself to speak Fench through Rosetta Stone and French movies. I was already a bit on edge, so I have to say that there were a few scenes that I could almost not take. First, when the boy falls in the open grave. That was the first suggestion that the girl was possessed, as we see her leering creepily down at his suffering. But, the scariest scene of all for me was one that you just have to go back and see again. I plan to later today. It was about 3/4 through the movie, when he is looking for her and you see her peering over an iron fence with a fiendish grin, and then, soon after that you see her actually physically transformed, before she runs off laughing. She is still behind the iron fence. Her hair is wild and blond,and she is wearing a white dress. I thought it was really a fun scare. Frankly, I liked this movie, until the crappy end when she's nude and frolicking on the beach. WTF?

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So, did U learn to speak "Fench" really good? Obviously, U didn't make it to the end cuz dancing nude on the beach is not how it ends. A snore fest, anyway.

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I don't think her hair wasn't blond and wild and she wasn't wearing a white dress. It looks to me like she was using some kind of wreath/flowers as a type of headdress. As she runs off, you can clearly see her fantastically ripped yellow shirt underneath the flowers. She then burns the flowers.

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I thought the single most eerie scene was when the girl does her dance in the cemetery after locking the boy in the crypt.

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Pretty disturbing (though not really scary) was watching them making out in an open grave, in the middle of all these skulls and bones. Not really a suitable place for this kind of activity.

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