The Thing. 1982/Kurt Russell version, there is also one from the 1950s. For that time, the gore and special effects were over the top (nothing computerized like all of the crap movies today) it is all puppeteering. The suspense comes from the fact you don't know who is it. Rent it unless you can't handle gore. Wintertime is perfect since it takes place in Antarctica. Anything that John Carpenter does is great, if you want to see some fun cheese rent "They Live" from 1988 it has Rowdy Roddy Piper and Keith David, who is also in The Thing.
In 1999, The Blair Witch Project was considered scary by many, no gore. I consider it a masterpiece since it was so cheap to make and it has a psychological impact. I found the end to be confusing though.
The Blair Witch Project when I was 12 and thought it was a real documentary. The last scence was crazy...especially thinking about all those times I had done things like that in abandoned houses and in the woods.
"I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're going to feel all day".-Frank Sinatra
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