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Movies that Scared You as a Kid

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I watched The Wall (The Pink Floyd Movie) when I was about 6 years old.

 

that was fun

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When I was kid , I had literal nightmares from Hunchback of Norte Dome. I was seriously scared of Frollo.

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Though, this was a long time ago, it would have to be Fright Night, the 80s version, ever since I laid eyes on that film and got scared, I was too afraid to go to dark places alone. :sunny:

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I saw "Felidae" when I was 6 or 7 and it scarred me for life pretty much :'D

Still I love it and the books even more!

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2012 scared me for a very long time as a kid. I couldn't sleep and I would be scared everyday, but rewatching it recently was nothing. Just felt kinda silly. :P

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On 6/1/2017 at 10:14 PM, GoldenGumdrop said:

I already know Don Bluth will be on this list numerous times~:ph34r:

 

The Secret of Nymn terrified me.

Also, the Gate...that was so inappropriate for me to watch when I did (at like 8). If you like freaky scary 80s movies, kid protagonists, and stop motion, that's one to check out.

13 minutes ago, GeekySonic said:

When I was a kid, any movie with stop-motion clay animation scared the hell out of me. My dad would laugh and say that it's so obviously fake, and that there's no grounds for being scared of it. But in my mind, the fact that it was so unrealistic and unnatural was what made it terrifying. I couldn't help but picture those things in real life.

 

So when I say anything, I mean anything. The Rudolph Christmas special, Gremlins, the hellhounds from Ghostbusters, the Weird Al Jurassic Park music video, anything.

What about Large Marge from Pee-Wee's Big Adventure? Have you seen that?

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A certain scene from Fantasia 2000 and a certain scene in an animated Iron Man movie.

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The Air Conditioner scene from The Brave Little Toaster has always freaked me out.

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It was actually Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1971) It still scares me to this day. I don't know why, but everything seems off about it. I also feel like movies that are supposed to be scary, aren't for me. :mlp_confused:

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4 minutes ago, Midnight Solace said:

It was actually Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1971) It still scares me to this day. I don't know why, but everything seems off about it. I also feel like movies that are supposed to be scary, aren't for me. :mlp_confused:

No way! That one freaked me out too! Even now I'm too nervous to watch it. I'm fine with the newer one, but I can't ever imagine enjoying the original. :adorkable:

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A lot of movies didn’t really faze me. But I always thought that Last Man on Earth movie (or whatever the title was) that Vincent Price stared in was terrifying 

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I watched quite a bit of horror movies as a kid and some did scare me a little bit. Watership Down really stands out tho. That movie is most certainly not about cute little rabbits!  :sealed:

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