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We all have that one scene in horror movies that scares us to death, but what could be the scariest horror scene of the past six decades?

HMV.com surveyed 2,000 people and found that the head spin scene from “The Exorcist” was the most frightening scene in horror film history — 17.9 percent of surveyed people voted that scene to be the most terrifying.

The shower scene in 1960’s “Psycho” closely followed with 16.9 percent, and the moment in 1976’s “Carrie” when the hand grabs the arm took third place with 15.1 percent.


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The next six places were taken by scenes in “The Ring,” “Alien,” “The Shining,” “The Birds,” “Silence of the Lambs,” “Saw” and “Woman in Black.”

The 1970s was deemed the scariest decade of them all, with horror movie scenes accounting for 27 percent of all votes. Movies from the 2000s had the second highest share of votes at 18 percent, followed by films from the 1980s. The 1960s, although those are the years in which “Psycho” and “The Birds” were released, were deemed the least scary years.

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When asked what makes a good horror movie, one user suggested that the key to a great horror film is simply “Jack Nicholson’s face.”

HMV also asked how people shake that feeling of fear after watching a horror movie. Most switch on all the lights or watch something funny on television.

13 Must-See Horror Movies, Just in Time for Halloween (Photos)

  • "Starry Eyes" (2014) Written & directed by Kevin Kolsch, Dennis Widmyer

    Cool imagery, solid performances, and a harrowing take on how far a person will go to become a star. Available to rent: Amazon Video, YouTube, iTunes

  • "Honeymoon" (2014) Directed by Leigh Janiak

    Janiak made a solid directorial debut with "Honeymoon." The whole film rests on the shoulders of the two leads with excellent chemistry who take you through a well-paced story of paranoia and freaky scares. Available to rent: iTunes, Vudu, YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV

  • "What We Do in the Shadows" (2015) Written & directed by Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement

    This film is a joyride of a horror comedy. This mockumentary stars all of your favorite monsters, and will make you smile with it’s charm. Available to rent: Amazon Video, iTunes

  • "Goodnight Mommy" (2015) Written & directed by Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala

    I caught this out of Fantasia 2015, and was blown away. I admittedly shielded my eyes during the more torture-y parts at the end, but I didn’t see the twists, and it’s one of the most visually stunning genre films in recent years. Available to rent: Amazon Video, YouTube, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play Movies & TV

  • "The Visit" (2015) Directed by M. Night Shyamalan

    Fun story: I was invited by my former boss Steven Schneider (and EP on the film) to a small screening, and he wouldn’t tell me what it was. I walk in and M. Night is there and only a couple of other people. I was so scared, and unfortunately was sitting in the front row so everyone could see me jump. I was over found footage, but I powered through that element because the story is so fun to watch unfold. Signature Shyamalan Twist works like a charm, and with this and "Split" getting great reviews it’s great to have M. Night back.

  • "Green Room" (2016) Written & directed by Jeremy Saulnier

    As a huge fan of "Blue Ruin," I was equally as impressed with how "Green Room" as a a brutally relentless thriller that is both tense and entertaining. Available to rent: Amazon Video, YouTube, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play Movies & TV

  • The Guest (2014) Directed by Adam Wingard.

    I caught this on the big screen at Next Fest in 2014. Maika Monroe and Dan Stevens are captivating to watch. Period. It’s a quick-paced thriller wrapped into a poppy homage to throwback horror films.

  • "In Order of Disappearance" (2014) Directed by Hans Petter Moland

    I was lucky enough to see this at Fantastic Fest in 2014. It’s an intense Norwegian revenge story set against the beautifully snowy backdrop of Norway in winter. Tonally it reminded me of "Fargo" with added thriller elements and tense scenes. Available to rent: Amazon Video, YouTube, iTunes

  • "Afflicted" (2014) Written & directed by Derek Lee, Clif Prowse

    I was pleasantly surprised by this film. Lee and Prowse put a unique spin on the well-tread vampire sub genre by giving the viewer an experience of what it’s like to make the transition into a vampire after you’ve been bitten by one. Shot on a very limited budget, the effects are impressive and mostly practical and they make great use of the docu-style filmmaking. Available on Amazon Video, iTunes, Vudu

  • "Hush" (2016) Directed by Mike Flanagan

    Home invasion movie out of SXSW 2016. Reminiscent of "The Strangers" and "Wait Until Dark," it’s a very minimalist movie, and is intense, nonstop and entertaining. It’s low budget, but it doesn’t take away from the quality in this gem. Available to rent: Netflix

  • "The Taking of Deborah Logan" (2014) Directed by Adam Robitel

    Jill Larson carries the film well in the title role that requires her to go from happy to sad to positively terrifying in the same scene. I wish it wasn’t found footage because I felt like that was one of the weak elements of it, but if you want to watch a possession film that won’t disappoint give this a look. I’m excited to see what Robitel does with "Insidious 4." Available to rent: Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV

  • "Under the Skin" (2014) Directed by Jonathan Glazer

    This film is gorgeous. It’s eerie. It’s an artsy take on "Species," and will gross you out as much as it will impress you with it’s visuals. It’s a very polarizing film, but the lovely Scarlett Johansson makes it work on so many levels. It’s sure to stick with you after viewing. Available to rent: Vudu, Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV, iTunes

  • "It Follows" (2014) Written and Directed by David Robert Mitchell.

    I’m sure you’ve at least heard of this film. A testament to its quality is that it’s one of the few films horror films to get an expanded release after doing high number in its limited run. Spooky soundtrack, 80’s vibes, and a new twist on the slasher sub-genre. Watch this in the dark. There are multiple gasp-worthy scenes. Available to buy: Amazon Video, Google Play Movies & TV, iTunes

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"Starry Eyes" (2014) Written & directed by Kevin Kolsch, Dennis Widmyer

Cool imagery, solid performances, and a harrowing take on how far a person will go to become a star. Available to rent: Amazon Video, YouTube, iTunes

Source : http://www.thewrap.com/what-is-the-scariest-scene-in-horror-movies/

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