Hey! Awesome! (Think I STILL might have to see KB tho. :P)
K, first R movie without parentals, but still relatives-Face Off first R without relatives but with friend's cousins-Good Will Hunting first movie unsupervised (so PG13)-Bean or Wedding Singer first R movie unsupervised-?? I seriously don't remember!! Probably didn't matter by then
I'm not sure but it's very likely to have been some horror film or twisted drama . I know I saw David Lynch's Blue Velvet under the age of 10 and probably sat on the sofa with my dad. Along with various Hammer Horrors as a child. Lol. I also know I watched Alfred Hitchcock's Frenzy about a serial murderer strangling women around age 8 at home with the folks as you do. Still makes me laugh.
Well gee! You wanna go there, I mean Alien (wait, R right? Btw, i still cannot watch the forst one without getting scared or weird or something) or ...Blue Lagoon or ...you know, with the parentals...but thats why I said theatres hahahaa
But besides the twisted stuff my parents 'made me watch', as a kid probably first video I got I wanted to watch above my age was Robocop the original on VHS, that too at around age 8 or 9. Pretty sure that was an age 18 certificate.
Ha^ I know my first R rated movie was horror for sure. There's just been sooo many I can recall the actual titles. This reminded me though that when I was in elementary school, I threw a Halloween party and had Cujo and Pet Sematary on vhs. I really wraped those kids brainz all up! Ha. Most of them called their parents to come pick them up early!! Ha. I can imagine now how upset the parents of my friends were, cursing me as their kids lie awake with horrible dreams waiting the other side of slumber!
haha yea i woulda cursed you too Kat One of my friends, she used to always have horror films (like Scream...well that was the only one i cared for, but...idk was it Cujo? or Killjoy or some clown something...i probably made her shut it off or she got bored too...we watche Austin Powers then :P)
ahh, ok, now i am doing it! You guys aren't playing right! Ok, well one of you anyway! (i really don't care, but i just had to say it. )
Ok... the first R flick I watched in theaters was the one with Jesse Spano from 'saved by the bell'... she was a stripper? I can't remember the name. I wasn't 18 yet, but knew the guy selling tickets and went because all my buds were dude's and I guess they just wanted to see titties! Ha.
sad Kat I love SBTB! finally caught up just a few years ago.
gee so 95, i was doing this (ok, i had better save some of this...or email you the rest )
----maybe, Clueless was first PG13 (im just throwing stuff out there) but i DO remember thinking high school was gonna be like that, and ehhh it was not! No cellphones was the biggest thing (why do kids always get phones in movies??!!)
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