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What part of a kid’s movie completely scarred you? watch

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    For me it was Monsters Inc, dont ask why, lets just say the kids in movie werent the only ppl that were scared of Sully
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    I got horrible nightmares as a kid about the blind puppet in Muppet Treasure Island. Terrifying stuff.
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    All of Jumanji.

    Bonus: The X Files theme song...
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    Coraline.
    Bloody button eyes -,-
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    When Nagini shows up as Bathilda Bagshot in Harry Potter, and when she jumps at Harry through the floor boards. I remember see it that for the first time in 3D. :poo:'d my pants and I've jumped everytime I've seen it since.:hide:
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    Haha may seem silly but I could never get past the part in Beauty and the Beast when Belle gets caught sneaking into the west wing.
    All those shadows and an angry Beast were just too much until I was like 14 xD
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    lion kings hyena low key gave me the chills
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    Chicken run terrified me 😂
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    The wizard of oz, initially freaked out by monkeys then it changed to being terrified about how Dorothy just went along and killed the witch cause someone told her to. That freaked me out for years
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    Embarrassing now but 4 year old me was scared by the beginning of Finding Nemo...
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    Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit. That giant bunny traumatised my bunny-loving mind. Had to be removed from the cinema.
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    monster house- freaked out when the house started moving
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    Willy Wonkas Chocolate Factory - When Violet blows up like a balloon

    Didn't eat blueberries or anything similarly coloured/flavored for quite a few years after that one
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    That bit in Jeepers Creepers where the lad falls down the death chute and sees all the bodies.

    Scared 7-year-old me to no end.
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    (Original post by Notoriety)
    That bit in Jeepers Creepers where the lad falls down the death chute and sees all the bodies.

    Scared 7-year-old me to no end.
    At what point was Jeepers Creepers a kid's film?
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    (Original post by Less(e/o)n)
    At what point was Jeepers Creepers a kid's film?
    Me and the other kids watched it? That and Scarface.
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    (Original post by Notoriety)
    That bit in Jeepers Creepers where the lad falls down the death chute and sees all the bodies.

    Scared 7-year-old me to no end.
    Feel like Jeepers Creepers doesn't count as a kids film (i know its only a 15), what lovely adult told you it was? haha
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    (Original post by Notoriety)
    Me and the other kids watched it? That and Scarface.
    Was the film targeted specifically at children, then?
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    (Original post by TomW624)
    Feel like Jeepers Creepers doesn't count as a kids film (i know its only a 15), what lovely adult told you it was? haha
    Me mam. She put it on for us so she could go to the bingo.

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    Was the film targeted specifically at children, then?
    Was Toy Story? I only watched them as an adult, and found them very fun. I don't know what it is with people and their hard labels.
 
 
 
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