BOO! Here Are The MTV Movie Award Nominees For Best Scared-As-S**t Performance

Hope you've got a clean change of underwear handy!

Between all the murderers, monsters, and creepy dolls this year, there were plenty of movie moments that left us shuddering long after the credits rolled. But who was horrified enough to take home the MTV Movie Award for being the most scared-as-s**t? We've narrowed the pool down (spoiler alert, the pool is full of blood) to a terrifying top five -- now all we need is your vote!

You have until the MTV Movie Awards air on April 12th to select a winner, but in the meantime, let's relive all the trauma with a closer look at our favorite scary scenes.

Annabelle Wallis, "Annabelle"

Wallis should get extra points just for having to share a first name in real life with the demon-possessed doll in this movie. Seriously, that'd be like if you starred in "Friday the 13th" and your first name was Jason. No THANK you.

Dylan O'Brien, "The Maze Runner"

Getting drooled on by a giant disgusting griever and then having it chase you around isn't a fun time for anybody, but Dylan O'Brien did a great job of keeping us on the edge of our seats!

Jennifer Lopez, "The Boy Next Door"

Which is scarier -- the fact that Ryan Guzman takes pictures of Jennifer Lopez while she's sleeping, or that he's so meticulously organized with his file naming? Okay, probably the stalking. Also, messing with her husband's brakes.

Rosamund Pike, "Gone Girl"

Sure, Rosamund Pike is very good at manipulating the people in the upper-class elite world that she's used to -- but when she meets someone she doesn't know how to read, things go very, very wrong.

Zach Gilford, "The Purge: Anarchy"

Man, don't you just hate it when you're trying to escape from murderers and all the good hiding places are already filled with dead bodies? It's like, get out of there, dumpster corpse! Don't you know killing people is legal today?

Vote now for Best Scared-as-S***t Performance!

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