“I’m a huge horror film fan, you name it, I’ve probably seen it, but The Sixth Sense is the only movie that really, really scares me.”
“To this day, The Sixth Sense still scares me. I’ve never watched it at nighttime. I’m always watching it at like noon broad daylight.”
“I loved Sixth Sense but i don’t understand how Malcolm could’ve gone a whole year without anyone acknowledging him without noticing something was wrong.”
“The Sixth Sense doesn’t scare me at all, but it does make me cry… a lot. When Malcolm says goodbye to Anna, I just lose it.”
“I feel like the only person who bawls at the scene in The Sixth Sense where Cole tells to his mother about talking with his grandmother’s ghost. It may be an uncommon scenario, but I identified with Toni Collette’s character so much in that moment.”
I cry at that scene every time I watch it
"The only horror movie to ever have scared me was The Sixth Sense. I have a slight fear of ghosts, and when the kid was locked in that little dumbwaiter getting beaten by the ghost, I woke up in the middle of the night and threw up."
“The little girl vomiting in The Sixth Sense sincerly freaked me out!”