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creepy

mod. eerie; frightening. I have this creepy feeling that someone is just this very moment reading something that I wrote.
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Resident Evil HD Remaster''1/2 -- The landmark 1996 survival horror game has been rebuilt for new PCs and consoles, making creepy Spencer Mansion feel even creepier in 1080p resolution.
They have fantastic adventures together until the day that the creepy Mr Bunting and his even creepier sidekick arrive at the door.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The "mission creep" that the international community has been so concerned about, since the former "occupier" of Iraq "went back into Iraq," just got a little creepier.
Just the thought of knowing that some of what is on screen has actually taken place in real life makes the film creepier.
The PM's protestations of his evangelical faith simply highlight the way religion is being insinuated into politics by some of the creepier Conservatives.
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Creepier words have not been spoken on the screen since the treatment of pre-adolescent schoolgirls in Lucile Hadzihalilovic's 2004 film Innocence.
Its sleek cover, which features a blurry sketch of a serial rapist and murderer, is creepier still.
A Cable ally said last night: "The more that comes out about the involvement of others, the creepier this gets.
The creepier of these covens is in the Pieter Bruegel-like Aprilnacht (April Night), with its protagonists holding birds and masks of birds all marked by a striving Surrealist overreach that allies Rauch with the kitschy bird women found in late Max Ernst.
What made my experience of reading Pet Sematary even creepier was that I read it at the age of 13 in almost a single sitting, with Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambura's moody solo album Stranger in the Town on repeat on my blue Littlewoods catalogue personal stereo.
CALLING all fans of psychological thrillers - you don't get much creepier than Patrick Hamilton's drama Gaslight.
It was even creepier watching a horror movie that way, not sure whether to keep an eye on the grisly goings-on on the screen, or on my wife behind me who might come out of the room at any moment screaming.
But "Who's Your Friend," by Brad Harrigan, has the creepier message.
From the creator of Bone comes a much creepier, even nightmarish story of a talented thief trying to escape the consequences of his own mind-bending discovery.