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– I guess I was a very tortured child and forced into watching
a lot of scary movies, even though I hated them. – I tucked my sheets in when I sleep
because this movie freaked me out! ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ – (FBE) Okay, so today
we’re going to see how well you know some
horror movies from the 2000s. – I might do decent in this
but also I’m not gonna hype myself up because, who knows,
I might not know any of them. There are a lot
of cheesy ones in the 2000s but, you know,
they’re still fun to watch. – That’s a little interesting. I don’t really know… I don’t know how
I’m going to do in this one. – I feel like I’ve seen
horror movies from every era except for this one,
but I’ve probably heard of them if I haven’t seen them. – You can go on Netflix
and find so many terrible, terrible scary movies,
but when you find that one that’s really good, you tell
all your friends about it. – I was quite
the scaredy cat as a child. Now I could watch– horror movies
don’t even faze me anymore. I just think most
of them are kind of dumb. – (FBE) What we’re going to do today
is show you the poster with the title blurred out.
– Okay, I feel better now. I feel better about that
than having to listen to some creepy horror soundtrack
or having some– someone jump up behind me. – Oh, okay. Then I might do good.
I might do good. I don’t know yet.
We’ll see. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ (tapping table)
– I know this. They’re like documentaries. They seem like documentaries
but they’re not. – “Blank blank is one
of the scariest movies of all time. You will be affected
as it’s hard to ignore the imprint it leaves on your psyche.” – Okay, so this one was so crazy
because nothing like this had really ever been done before. Like, I’m sure there’s
been ghost movies before, but especially a found footage movie,
and on such low of a budget for it to be this good
was a little bit ridiculous. – (FBE) Do you know it?
– I’ve 100% seen it. I just can’t think of the name. – Is this “Nightmare on Elm Street”? – It looks like a surveillance thing,
so “Paranormal Activity.” – Oh, this is “Paranormal Activity.” – “Paranormal Activity.” – Oh, it’s “Paranormal Activity.” – “Paranormal Activity.” – (FBE) This is–
– “Paranormal Activity.” I should have guessed. My middle school self
is so annoyed at me right now because how did I not get that? – It was pretty scary because
I couldn’t sleep for a week. – (FBE) This movie
was made on a budget of $11,000 and it grossed
almost $200 million. – Wait, holy crap. $11,000?
That’s it? Wow, that’s really balling
on a budget right there. – That’s how you spawn
a bunch of sequels, is you make a really cheap one
and low risk, high rewards sort of situation. – I tucked my sheets in when I sleep
because this movie freaked me out. When he pulled her,
I was like, “Aaah!” Yeah, I can’t mess with this movie.
This is actually scary to me. – I’d say this is a classic
of my generation of horror movies. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – “Before you die, you see…”
a very big blanked out word. – “Before you die,
you see…” the light? – “Before you die,
you see…” the ring? – I see the well and I know
this one is “The Ring.” – (FBE) Do you know it?
– I don’t know it. – Is this “The Ring”? Is this “The Ring”? – Oh, but this is “The Ring.”
I’ve seen this one. This is “The Ring.” – Oh! “The Ring.” – Oh, “The Ring.”
I saw the well. – (FBE) So this is–
– “The Ring.” Oh, see, I wouldn’t have gotten that. – Oh, my gosh! This movie scarred me as a child. – That girl with her hair everywhere,
that’s how I look in the morning. – (FBE) So there are
some Easter eggs in “The Ring.” You can spot all sorts of ring designs
on the doctor’s sweater, the shower drain, and even
on Rachel’s apartment number. – I didn’t even notice that. I’m gonna go back and find that.
I love Easter eggs. – I was probably too scared as a child
to even notice the small things. I was probably just covering my eyes,
trying not to cry. – I love when directors and writers
go in there to put a little extra detail for the people
that are really big fans of these kind of movies. The way the lady crawls out
of the TV and stuff is one of the most unsettling things
and I wish I never had to see that as a kid. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – “Scream your last breath.” Hmmm. “The best
horror thriller since Alien.” – I thought this was the one
where all the girls go hiking and they go in the caves,
but all I’m thinking of is “Hills Have Eyes,”
and that’s not right. – Oh, it looks like they’re
making a school face with their bodies, but, yeah,
I don’t know what this one is. – I don’t know. I feel like it’s “Inferno”
something, but I don’t know. – “Scream your last breath.”
Oh, it’s the skull. It’s “Scream.” Isn’t it? Isn’t that a thing? – Oh… is it “The Human Centipede”? – Is this “Final Destination”
or something? – No, I don’t know this. – I don’t know it. – (FBE) This is–
– “The Descent.” Oh, my god! Yes!
There we go. – (FBE) The cast
was originally planned to be both male and female,
but the filmmakers later realized that horror films
rarely have all female casts. – That’s very true. – (FBE) So he also gave the characters
different accents to enable the audience to tell them apart.
– Okay, hmm. Interesting. I mean,
yeah, it’s usually male/female or mostly male and then
they kill off the females first. – It’s cool that it’s
an all-female cast but they don’t look that happy, so it’s not really a female
empowerment kind of movie. – Props to them for having
an all-female cast back then. – Oh, yeah. I’m
definitely watching this, and I have a horrible memory,
so it’ll be watching it for the first time. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Oh, that’s lovely.
That’s just a hand. “Every piece has a puzzle.” – Okay, I’m gonna go out on a limb
and say this is my favorite horror franchise of all time. – “Every piece has a puzzle.” “Saw.” – Oh, “Saw”? – Is this “Saw”? – This is “Saw.” – Oh, “Saw.” – (FBE) Yes, this is “Saw.”
– Yeah! It’s funny how I know him,
yet I haven’t seen him. I guess that just proves
how mainstream they are. – I think they’re just so twisted
that my mind the whole time is like, “What the hell?” So I do love this whole franchise. – The first couple ones,
oh, my god! “Saw” were the go-to horror movies. – They had such a small budget
that when they were talking about filming,
the reason that they’re in one room the whole movie
is because they didn’t have any money to film anywhere else. And it’s a really, really creative way
to use that budget to their benefit and it ended up
paying off super well. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh!
I know this one but I have to think of the name. But I know this one. This is the one where
it’s like the crazy death sequences that happen in insane ways. – Oh, my god! Okay, this one, like “Saw,”
was one that gets so dumb and ridiculous towards the end. – It looks weird.
It also looks kind of cheesy. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– I don’t know. – I don’t think I know this one. – I don’t remember what it’s called. – I don’t know this one either. – This one is “Final Destination.” – Is it “Final Destination”? – This is “Final Destination.” – (FBE) This is–
– “Final Destination.” That’s it. That’s it. – I actually really like those movies. They haunt me because that stuff
can actually happen to you but I liked watching them. – I’ve only seen one
from the series, I think, a long time ago,
and it freaked me out because it felt too real life. – (FBE) This story
was originally the concept of an abandoned
X-Files episode from 1993. – Wow, and they took it
and made multiple movies? That’s what I call
creativity right there. – This could have been
a good TV show, to be honest. They could have continued with this. – It’s like a Rube Goldberg
machine of death, which is cool. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Oh, what? The heck? – Okay, so Sarah Michelle Gellar. I’m really trying to think
of the one she was in. – I know she’s Buffy,
but I don’t think she’s Buffy in this. Um… I don’t know. – Is that movie about
those people in the forest who– I don’t know. (laughing) I’m just grabbing the most vague plot. – Oh, my god! This is the scariest movie
of all time. – I know where the scary person is,
but I don’t know what it’s called. – (FBE) Do you know it?
– “The Ring 2”? I don’t know. – “The Grudge.” – This is “The Grudge.” – “The Grudge.” – (FBE) This is–
– “The Grudge.” See, I knew it! I knew it was something like that. – My brothers tricked me
into watching this movie. I don’t know what they
told me I was watching, but they had me walk in
on a jump scare scene and I was scarred for life. – This and “The Ring” were the duo
that haunted my dreams. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – “When there’s no more room in hell,
the dead will walk the earth.” That’s fun.
That’s a concept. – Is this like a zombie movie? – So “Shaun of the Dead”
is a spin-off of this movie. – “Day and night.”
“Dead.” I know this one. I have a horrible memory,
so probably if you told me the plot, I’d be like, “Oh,
I saw something like that before.” – Oh, okay. I watched this
two weeks ago and it actually holds up pretty well. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– I have no idea, but that looks scary. – I don’t know this. – I don’t know. – I don’t remember what it’s called,
but I’ve heard about it. – “Dawn of the Dead.” – “Dawn of the Dead.” – (FBE) This one is–
– “Dawn of the Dead.” “Shaun of the Dead” is a better movie. “Shaun of the Dead” is awesome. – “Dawn of the Dead.”
Okay, I’ve heard– Oh! I’ve seen this one, actually. – I think I did pretty good. I’m pretty sure I only missed that one
which I did see, but it’s been such a long time ago
and I only remember a couple scenes from it,
so I’m pretty proud of myself. – I personally love horror movies
because I just love the feeling of being scared and I think it’s fun
to be with groups of people and feel scared and–
I don’t know. It just really takes you
to the twisted parts of people’s minds and just
all these crazy concepts that aren’t real but feel
real enough to scare you. – I guess I was a very tortured child
and forced into watching a lot of scary movies,
even though I hated them. – You’re making me want to go back
and look at old horror movies. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Thanks for watching “Do They Know It?”
on the React channel. – Don’t miss out!
Be sure to subscribe. – Bye, guys! – What’s up, guys? Alyssa here, a producer
from the React channel. Make sure you subscribe to be notified
when the next episode releases. Which was your favorite horror movie? I don’t know about you guys,
but I don’t really get scared that much, so…
– (ominous croaking) – (nervous giggle) Except right now.

100 thoughts on “Do Teens Know 2000s Horror Films? (React: Do They Know It?)

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  2. I worked at a DVD rental store when i was a teen in the year 2005 so there isnt a movie like these that i wont know 🙂 Miss those days

  3. The Descent is a female empowering movie. And especially at the time i was so proud even though this gave me a heart attack i was still proudly watching it. Lets be honest also watching Underworld and Resident Evil was awesome!

  4. With the exception of The Descent all of these were incredibly mainstream movies. Give them something difficult next time.

  5. We all know that even if these people now today live under a rock if they don't understand these movies(or I just way to know to much)

  6. In the spirit of Halloween I think it's best to the teens, college kids and kids to hear all the famous horror movie themes like The Omen, The Exorcist, Halloween, Friday the 13th, Nightmare in Elm's Street, Rosemary's Baby, The Poltergeist and The Sixth Sense..

  7. Whenever they do Halloween movie things I know basically all of them I love horror movies also smh these movies are so easy to guess

  8. I've never seen any of these movies, but I was able to name all but The Descent. My little brother is a horror movie fanatic, though, so I guess it makes sense that I've at least heard/seen of these.

  9. So wierd how I was at least 3-8 years old whenever I saw these scary movies but I never saw the scary movie "The Descent"

  10. I've seen, The Ring, Saw 1-7, Paranormal Activity 1-5, The Descent, and The Grudge. These are some of the scariest movies I've ever seen in my life.

  11. I love horror movies but they dont scare me. Some of these I have not seen yet but are on my list. Its going to be a long Halloween marathon for me.

  12. I’ve seen absolutely none of these because I’m a big chicken but I knew all of them. Mainstream osmosis, I guess

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