Originally Posted by FanWriter45
I think the scariest moment I had in a movie theatre wasn't even for a movie, per se. But rather, for the trailer of one... Fly II. The reason it scared the crap out of me (and the rest of the audiance) was because you didn't see anything. It was all done like a horror radio play... and it was the sound of Geena Davis' character giving birth to Brundle's baby in the O.R., and something goes horiibly, horribly wrong...
Yes. I remember that!
Or the trailer for Burnt Offerings, made the film look 100 times more scary than it was, by what they didn't show.
Or the classic "long" trailer for Psycho (1960) where Hictchcock takes us on a tour of the Bates Motel talking vaugely about what happened there, but not really saying anything.
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