The other night I watched this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/REC_(film) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1038988/ It's filmed in a Cloverfield/Diary of the Dead/Blair Witch style. It's about a local, late-night TV show that films people doing night work. The show's title is "While We're Asleep". On this particular night they're spending the evening with the local firefighters who get called to an apartment building after a neighbour hears an old lady scream and they can't get her door open. I won't give any more away but this is a heckuva scary film and extremely well made and thought out. It's a Spanish film with English subs. One thing that annoys me is they're doing an American language remake and it's completely unnecessary. I won't be watching the remake at all on principle- the ESP version is perfect and the subs don't detract in any way. I watch horror's all the time- quite the desensitised loser to be honest!- but this film was damn scary and I nearly had a heart attack at times. It's a corker and I'd recommend it to anyone NOT of a nervous disposition. So what's the scariest film you've ever seen and why? Is there any movie you've never watched all the way through? Every had a "brown pants" moment?