Some DVDs that just might scare you into mending your ways:
The Blair Witch Project
Three student filmmakers set out into the forest to film a documentary on a legend known as The Blair Witch. As they become lost in the woods, an unseen evil begins to stalk and harass them. They soon realize that what they are filming is not a legend, but their own descent into a horrifying encounter with the supernatural.
Carnival of Souls
A church organist inexplicably survives a car wreck, and finds herself haunted by visions of ghouls who seem to be following her. Cheesy fun—filmed in Lawrence and Salt Lake City.
Dead of Night
An architect is caught up in an endless series of recurring dreams, during which he is told of other people's supernatural experiences. The highlight of this British anthology movie is the segment in which Michael Redgrave plays a ventriloquist beset by his dummy.
Don't Look Now
Psychic terror in a Gothic setting provides the chilling backdrop in this tale of a couple's search for the ghost of their dead daughter.
A young girl (Linda Blair) becomes possessed by the devil and causes several violent deaths before she can be cured.
Adapted from Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House, this psychological thriller tells the story of four people who come to the house to study its supernatural phenomena. Claire Bloom and Julie Harris star.
Here’s Johnny! A writer (Jack Nicholson) and his family are snowbound in a hotel and are haunted by either the hotel itself or the writer's dementia.