The Ox-bow Incident (Henry Fonda, 1942) It was on last night, but I only kind of watched it because I was working on a Bio project at the same time. I heard it, but my head was down most of the time, does that count?
"The Forgotten" at the theater. Special effects were cool but the plot was a little thin. It was a bit X-File-y in a sense and the idea behind it was good, but it was a bit predictable in places. We give it 1 1/2 thumbs up.
Meanwhile, we're anxiously awaiting on "Ray" to come out!
Not sure what it's about, but the trailer for it contained some very, shall we say, 'gruesome' scenes.
The last horror movie I went to see was Jeepers Creepers... how pants did that turn out to be! I actually found it funnier than some comedies! There'd be this really 'terrifying scene' and a couple of the audience would jump slightly, and then there'd be a chuckle from me.