“There is nothing scarier than the human mind, which is the precise reason Annie Wilkes is my favourite horror character.”
“As an 80s/90s kid, I grew up with horror films and can sit through any gore imaginible, but the one horror movie that upsets and terrifies me the most is Misery. Especially the scene where Annie shatters Paul’s ankles.”
"The shining and misery are my favorite classic horror movies. They’re brilliant, chilling, and very well portrayed."
“Misery is the only horror film that has scared me so much that I couldn’t sleep.”
“I required most of my vocabulary from Misery… my personal favorite being “cockadoody!”“
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“I’m very sad that they took out the lawnmower scene in Misery. Reading the book, it was one of my favorite scenes because it shows just how little Annie cares about the consequences of what she’s doing. I was really looking forward to seeing it done.”
“I’m a horror movie nerd and have seen pretty much everything out there, but after watching Misery, and hearing Beethoven in the background I couldn’t sleep for weeks worrying about a sledge hammer-wielding Kathy Bates.”
“Misery was to funny to be scary. And I never laugh at horror movies. Ever. ”
“Insidious was crap. After watching it, I decided to watch Misery for the first time. PURE GENIUS. I’m more scared of Kathy Bates than a freaking demon with fire on his face.”
“Oddly enough, I think one of the scariest parts of Misery, is the part where she starts impersonating her pig and runs out the room”
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“scary movies with vampire and werewolves and shit are one thing. but the scariest movies will always be when a regular person is behind it. human nature is the scariest thing of all.”