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    Which films freaked you the hell out as a kid?

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    I was exposed to adult horror movies at the early age of 7. From the Exorcist to the Return of the Living. Strangely, what freaked me out the most was the scene in nightmare on elm street when the bed swallowed up the sleeping teen and then vomited up blood all over the ceiling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    Haha... but why did that freak you out? The theme song or was the movie itself creepy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    Haha... but why did that freak you out? The theme song or was the movie itself creepy?
    There's a demon overlord called Malmoth in the cartoon who wants to capture Clementine's soul in every episode, and uses numerous human minions for that purpose... It eventually punishes minions that fail by turning them into worms and insects and then throwing them in fire...


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    I wasnt allowed to watch movies deemed "too scary" until a certain age. I had to wait till I turned 8 to watch Gremlins and Gremlins 2, for example. I remember begging my parents to let me watch it, but they were firm; not until I was 8. I was into monsters as a kid, though I dont think any movie really freaked me out that I remember. My parents were not really into horror films like the Excorcist and Poltergeist, in fact it seems like they still hate those movies. I love horror films though.

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    I used to have nightmares about the Count from Sesame Street. He wanted to eat my toes, which would only be safe by making sure they weren't sticking out of the covers. Also the little people from Time Bandits created many a nightmare. Mostly it's because of how they were introduced, breaking out of the closet into the kid's bedroom from another dimension.


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    Moomin.



    The Lady of the Cold must have served as inspiration for The Others/White Walkers from A Song of Ice and Fire.

    The Groke actually made me unable to sleep for a long while. She's freaking coldness and terror personified.
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    Sleeping Beauty and Pinocchio where the only animated movies that scarred me growing up I watched them both in Kindergarden. Outside of that the only time a movie scared me was when a character was screaming at their child in the House on the prairie.

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    The Christopher Reeve Superman. The part with the earthquake where people fall into cracks and get covered over. I couldn't sleep for days.
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