Conversation Between Incinermyn and waveguidebuizel
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  1. waveguidebuizel
    August 28th, 2014 7:13 PM
    As a scary image? Hmm, I don't know. I think unsettling things are usually what freak me out. But still, it's scarier than most things I look at. And hey, getting back into writing! Good for you! ^-^ I guess the FA community takes to your subject matter more easily than anywhere else, huh? I've actually been making some time recently for drawing myself.

    That'd be psychological horror, right? I'd say that's the most thrilling form of storytelling in the horror genre, personally.
  2. Incinermyn
    August 28th, 2014 5:38 PM
    Incinermyn <-How about this? I want to say I started drawing again, but that'd be a lie... But I have found a little niche to get me writing again (at least on FA >.>).

    From my experience, playing with people's minds is better than actually terrifying them. That's why I find horror flicks so badly staged.
  3. waveguidebuizel
    August 27th, 2014 6:48 PM

    Hmm, now that I think of it, the scares in horror movies seem to usually be a buildup of suspense and then a jump scare. I can't think of anything that's truly terrifying.
  4. Incinermyn
    August 27th, 2014 5:16 PM
    OMG, I spent too much time on Furaffinity just now that I got logged out and didn't notice your message until now. :P

    Yeah, I'm sure that wasn't a good idea. To be honest, very few horror flicks actually scare me. I mean, they'll shock me at times, but not really scare me.
  5. waveguidebuizel
    August 27th, 2014 4:42 PM
    I've watched Scream before as a kid, but I don't remember much of it. Maybe I didn't pay much attention to it or didn't really understand what was going on (for some reason, it felt like I used to have trouble understanding movie plots). I don't really remember being scared of scary movies, but I do remember being scared of the mummy episode of Scooby Doo. :P Maybe watching it at midnight once has something to do with that?
  6. Incinermyn
    August 27th, 2014 3:31 AM
    I'm sure you've heard of Scream? How about Saw? Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Doom? Dawn of the Dead? Amityville Horror? To be honest, there aren't many that aren't badly staged. In fact, I think the only ones that I actually got scared by were ones that doubled as action/sci-fi movies like Resident Evil.
  7. waveguidebuizel
    August 26th, 2014 6:22 PM
    Haha, I wouldn't know, not really having experience with horror. What was a horror movie that wasn't badly staged?
  8. Incinermyn
    August 26th, 2014 5:15 PM
    From my experience, a lot of horror movies are notoriously faked. They don't usually put up as much a shock value like they used to. It's all staged and badly. :P
  9. waveguidebuizel
    August 26th, 2014 4:36 PM
    Ah, I watch a lot of let's players, but I tend not to watch the super popular ones as much. Reactions are the best things about those! Haha, you find horror flicks more comedic than scary? Is that by observing the people watching it? Hmmm, I don't know when I last watched one, actually. Though my brother watched "Paranormal Activity" in a theater with friends, and he found it funny (at least the ending).
  10. Incinermyn
    August 25th, 2014 3:27 AM
    Hehehe, I looked up Markiplier's play-throughs with my phone last night, and they were a lot more hilarious than raedwulfgamer's. I just went to raedwulfgamer's first because that's what popped up first on my initial search. For some reason, just the fact that the players scream their butts off makes me laugh at the game more than scream at it. Actually, that's how I feel about most horror flicks too (they're more comedic than scary).
  11. waveguidebuizel
    August 24th, 2014 5:52 PM
    Hahaha, I wasn't quite sure what was going on, but that ending sure was close! I've seen one fanart of the game, and it really hides the true nature of the game. I imagine most fanart do?

    I also avoid them, haha! :P I've never been to a major Halloween night one.
  12. Incinermyn
    August 24th, 2014 5:07 PM
    Incinermyn Enjoy! :P

    Yeah, spook houses can be fun, but I generally avoid them nowadays. I think I've spent WAY too much time on Furaffinity lately, though, if I'm finding out about stuff like that. Heh, but then, I had been trying to increase my involvement there somewhat... Sadly, it seems you can't get anyone to do art for you if you don't pony up for a trade or flush out some serious cash. I wouldn't have a problem with either except my art skills are terrible and I don't have a means to pay... >.> I have looked into requests, but so far nobody seems to be offering/taking them...
  13. waveguidebuizel
    August 24th, 2014 4:30 PM
    Sounds like fun! I like that there's some spin for some of those. Makes it interesting. Must be great to go visit one of those with family/friends. I've only been to one I can remember well: Van Helsing in Universal Studios in Hollywood. It took a bit of coaxing to get me in there, but it was pretty silly with my uncle adding his own scares to frighten us. Near the end, there was this huge room with pretty good lighting, but some kids that were too scared to go on were sort of blocking the way. I made my way past them with my cousin clinging on to my arm and strode fairly quickly through the room. When we reached the other end of the room, something came out from behind the door, and I actually jumped! Felt like a really high jump too. Ahhh, good times! :D
  14. Incinermyn
    August 24th, 2014 3:51 PM
    Oh, yes! In the Wisconsin Dells, there are several big spook houses. I went to this one at a small park as a kid that really had me scared, but I hear that one really terrifying spook house was Tommy Bartlett's Exploratorium. It's supposed to be an educational science experience, but also adds a lot of creepy animatronics along with a typical "mad science" setting to make it into a truly terrifying exhibition. I haven't been to it myself, but my relatives tell me it was spooky. Also, there's another local one called "Nightmare" that pops up once a year around Halloween. It's supposed to promote drug abuse awareness, while also giving people a real fright. I went to it once and scared half to death.
  15. waveguidebuizel
    August 24th, 2014 3:16 PM
    Ah, I see. I thought the animatronics looked creepy themselves. Probably the teeth and eyes. Yeah, I think I've read both perspectives of the prologue to Biohazard at some point. I do remember Doxisite not being able to detect Tyranitar's presence because he's a mineral-based lifeform. Psychological horror's pretty great. Have you ever been to a good haunted house attraction?