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24.10.13

COMPETITION: Don't Sweat It This Halloween With Right Guard

With Halloween around the corner, I'm pulling out the witches hat and dusting off my pumpkins in preparation for the ultimate scary movie night. There's nothing better than sitting down for a movie marathon with your mates, armed with popcorn and Haribo, ready to scare yourself witless with the curtains well and truly closed. But some films are so terrifying that they make us curl up in horror, hide behind a cushion and simply sweat with terror... I'm talking to you SAW! (The first one, obvs. The rest just got a bit rubbish and confusing.) As king of the sweat protection, Right Guard recently ran a poll to reveal the top ten scariest films that make us sweat with pure fear - and the results are hardly surprising. The top films to make you quiver in your boots include The Exorcist, The Shining, Carrie, The Ring, The Grudge and Silence of the Lambs. (Anyone else thinking if you put 'The' in front of a film title it instantly becomes ten times scarier?)


If you're off to a Halloween party this scary season, or simply plan on snuggling up on the sofa and watching your ultimate terror flick, then make sure you're prepared with Right Guard Xtreme Invisible. The high performance anti-perspirant has been formulated to deliver 72hr long-term protection under frightening conditions, plus it's the only invisible deodorant with a Triple Protection formula against the three most common underarm clothes stains: white, oily and yellow. (There's nothing scarier than horrendous and unsightly deodorant marks on your clothes.) So no matter what makes you sweat with fear this Halloween, Right Guard Xtreme Invisible is the ultimate protector of you and your clothes.

Here's the full list of films that make you sweat with fear...
1.     The Exorcist
2.     The Shining
3.     Carrie
4.     Silent Hill
5.     The Hills Have Eyes
6.     The Ring
7.     The Grudge
8.     The Sixth Sense
9.     Psycho
10.   Silence Of The Lambs

Just to wish you a well protected and sweat-free Halloween, I've got the entire Right Guard Invisible collection to give away PLUS the top 10 DVDs of the films that make you sweat so you can put it to the test. If you want to be in with a chance of winning, simply enter via the widget below. Good luck and Happy Halloween!

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105 comments

  1. Nightmare on Elm street always scares the pants of me.

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  2. The Ring absolutely terrified me, but I love The Shining!

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  3. IT! I'm not a fan of scary clowns...! Especially the bit in the film when he looks through the drain!
    Jen xx
    http://kitsch-n-sync.blogspot.com

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  4. The Shining - its a classic but its scares me because of what goes on in the mind, you never know what people are thinking and what they are capable of and i think that is what makes the film so scary!

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  5. I love scary movies! Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a goodie.

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  6. Anonymous24.10.13

    I have to say, The Ring was pretty terrifying!

    Laura Harris

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  7. Rachel Arnup24.10.13

    John Carpenter's The Fog!

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  8. I get very easily scared but the Texas chainsaw massacre gave me nightmares.

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  9. Alex.S24.10.13

    Nightmare on Elm street, dream warriors!!

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  10. kirstie24.10.13

    The Exorcist

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  11. tracey gwynne24.10.13

    I went to see Insidious...had to get someone to come walk me home afterwards...not good!! lol

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  12. Silence Of The Lambs

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  13. Joanne Benham24.10.13

    Saw...it plays on my mind, how a persons mind can work like that, also the sheer gruesomness...eek! I loved Fright Night as a teenager, used to make me laugh :-)

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  14. Liz Green24.10.13

    Sinister!!!

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  15. american werewolf in london

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  16. Cris Curran24.10.13

    The first Saw movie!

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  17. karen hutchinson24.10.13

    misery

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  18. The shining, it's a classic

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  19. I love horror films,i'll happily watch any i don't have a favourite but the scariest i've seen is Eden lake i also really like the strangers1 x x

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  20. One of my favourites is the original Ring series, so much scarier than the remakes! We're doing a Halloween Movie Marathon as well with the Purge, World War Z (Zombies totally count) and Paranormal Activity 3.

    To top it off, we shall be scoffing popcorn from Joe & Seph's which is very scrummy, so if you fancy something different, they're well worth a go!

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  21. Nightmare on Elm Street, I hate that film! my friend made me watch it when I was 10 or 11, and it freaked me out.

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  22. The original Amityville Horror - scared me rigid.

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  23. The original nightmare on elm street

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  24. I remember being scared witless by the omen when I was young

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  25. Silence Of The Lambs

    Ashleigh

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  26. The Hills Have Eyes

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  27. The Hills Have Eyes

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  28. The hills have eyes

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  29. The exorcist - every time I think of her head spinning around it freaks me right out!

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  30. The Candyman - I'd never say it into the mirror!

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  31. Madman!! love that film :)

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  32. Night of the dead

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  33. the first nightmare on elm street with robert englund

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  34. Nightmare on elm street - Freddie scares the living daylights out of me! Always have! xoxo

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  35. The shining

    Kay panayi

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  36. David Vessey25.10.13

    The Exorcist

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  37. Anonymous25.10.13

    Poltergeist


    GH

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  38. Katie Walden Hall25.10.13

    Paranormal activity!

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  39. The Exorcist - still scares the **** out of me!

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  40. The Hills Have Eyes is my favourite! It is terrifying but great!! :)

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  41. Zoey Hopcroft26.10.13

    The exorcist

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  42. Anonymous26.10.13

    Seven, still makes me shiver.

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  43. Charlotte Ingham26.10.13

    The Ring

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  44. lynsey buchanan27.10.13

    The Shining

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  45. Anonymous27.10.13

    the exorcist

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  46. Has to be the very scary Silence of the Lambs

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  47. the shining

    kay panayi

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  48. The Shining

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  49. All horror films scare me!!

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  50. A tough call, for me though I think it has to be the A Nightmare on Elm Street; I was seven months pregnant when it was released and I was sure I would end up going in to labour early!

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  51. The hills have eyes

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  52. Anonymous27.10.13

    Psycho

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  53. Sinister really freaked me out, saw it with a friend in the cinema but I'm not brave enough to watch it again.

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  54. Steve Hearne28.10.13

    Gotta be Texas Chainsaw Massacre

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  55. Insidious - oh my word did that scare me!

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  56. The exorcist, eeek

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  57. the exorcism of emily rose

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  58. The hellraiser films used to scare me senseless

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  59. Anonymous28.10.13

    Halloween!

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  60. maggie fawcett28.10.13

    Halloween

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  61. jane chadwick28.10.13

    all horror films scare me but I love em all the same

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  62. jane chadwick28.10.13

    hostel its so frightening

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  63. I saw The Ring when I was about 14 - scared the hell out of me when she crawled out of the screen - eek!

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  64. Anonymous28.10.13

    The Ring is amazing... Katie Embry in the closest is the single scariest thing I have ever seen in my life... and that's before Samara climbs out the TV

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  65. Scary Movie! It's gruesome but still funny ... keeps it from getting too overly scary :)

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  66. HALLOWEEN IS SOOO SCARY LOL

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