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October 31, 2007

DeAngelo's favorite scary flick

       With it being Halloween, I asked running back DeAngelo Williams what his favorite scary movie is -- something to watch after all the trick or treaters have gone home.  Keep in mind that this isn't a kid-friendly recommendation; Williams likes them the gorier, the better.
       "That's easy, 'Saw,'" he said. "The 'Saw' series, 1, 2 and 3, and then go to the theatre and see 'Saw 4.' I think it's awesome, but 'Saw 4' has a little explaining to do. I'm not going to tell you the movie, but if you need somebody to explain it to you, just contact the Panthers, and I'll get my people to get with your people and we can talk about it."
       Personally, I'd go with the original 'Alien.'  I know some of you don't care, so don't bother posting that; it's my (and Pat's) blog, and we can drift off course occasionally. If anyone has a scarier offering, other than my picture, pop it in the comments. -- STAN OLSON

Posted by Observer staff on October 31, 2007 at 09:55 PM | Permalink


What is most scary to me is having to sit at the stadium on a dark evening listening to 100 commercials.

Then after they finish out of the tunnel a man with long dark hair wearing 2 gloves runs the length of the field.

Posted by: pslholder | Oct 31, 2007 10:13:08 PM

The scariest movie to me is the movie where a pro football team has 2 weeks to prepare for the other team when the other team only has 5,all the while the team that had 2 weeks loses 31-7.......oh wait.......damnit, its reality.

Posted by: stfu | Oct 31, 2007 10:33:41 PM

5 days even?

Posted by: stfu | Oct 31, 2007 10:34:55 PM

Having to listen to local sports talk radio after 12:00 noon.

Posted by: Hammer | Oct 31, 2007 10:44:25 PM

Because you two - and Steve Reed - delivered us the most interesting news of the season (Smith berating Jarrett) I'll add my two cents.

Scariest movie for Janitor Dan: Scanners.

Posted by: JanitorDan | Oct 31, 2007 10:45:09 PM

Watching The Richardson's stick 100 commercials up their ass.

No that would be a happy movie.

Posted by: pslholder | Oct 31, 2007 10:47:51 PM

Tom you made this too easy...

It's a TIE between the 2001 Season (1-15), and blowing last year's Minnesota, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, and Redskins games.

Posted by: delhomme'selbow | Oct 31, 2007 10:51:40 PM

House on haunted Hill

Posted by: joej | Oct 31, 2007 10:54:45 PM

Dead Alive. Could you imagine eating your own ear?

Posted by: kris | Oct 31, 2007 11:16:15 PM

The Exorcist.

Can you imagine waking up beside that?
Let's just say, don't get drunk in Pittsburgh.

Posted by: hillbilly | Nov 1, 2007 9:46:13 AM

I'd have to go with John Carpenter's movie
"In the Mouth of Madness, that one was creepy.

A close second would be any talk of Smitty demanding a trade.

Posted by: Kevin | Nov 1, 2007 7:09:31 PM

E! True Hollywood Story: Rae Carruth

Posted by: Will | Nov 1, 2007 8:26:52 PM

Game film of the Indy game minus the first quarter.

Posted by: S.H. | Nov 2, 2007 2:36:58 PM

I'm the opposite of DeAngelo -- I've got no use for the gory flicks.

Wait Until Dark -- scary as crap, with nothing supernatural about it.

Posted by: BullCityDog | Nov 3, 2007 1:16:28 AM

If that had Audrey Hepburn as a blind chick, then yeah. Very scary!

Posted by: S.H. | Nov 3, 2007 7:08:41 PM

If that had Audrey Hepburn as a blind chick, then yeah. Very scary!

Posted by: S.H. | Nov 3, 2007 7:40:22 PM

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