Is it me, because I am too old, and have seen it all, or are movies just not that scary any more? I haven't seen a film for years, where I have been on the edge of my seat, or jumped out of my skin. Sure there have been the odd moments, but do we get immune to cinema shocks as we get older? I love a good straight horror film, but keep ending up slightly disappointed, especially with the latest batch. Wolf Creek was OK, but ultimately a let down, due to not enough killings and gore, and I have just seen High Tension (aka Switchblade Romance / Sisters), and that had moments, but was ultimately disappointing due to the stupid ending. Going back a bit, Cabin Fever was another one which promised loads of shocks and gore, but I found myself detached watching it. Wrong Turn was quite toe curlingly tense in places, and Hostel looks good, but I'm not expecting a miracle. I want that feeling of relief at turning the light on after a movie, that feeling of being safe back in the real world, and then to be a little nervous about going into a darkened room... and just making certain there's no one in the wardrobe! Any recommendations...?