Any movie scenes that traumatized you as a kid?
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kcjones Wrote:I would sneak and watch Benny Hill after everyone went to bed, and this trailer came on. I couldn't have been older than 8. Sitting less than a foot away from the screen, I ran out of the room screaming. I came across the trailer on youtube recently and, as a grown as man, was nervous re-watching it for the first time.

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hA hA I have the feeling that Suspiria paid your 8 year old self a dream visit that night ? :twisted:
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#22
Mine was The Stand, the Stephen King miniseries. I don't know what my parents were thinking but they let me watch that was I was only 5 years old. The series itself didn't really bother me. The thing that really gave me nightmares was from the parts with the military in hazmat suits and gas masks. They freaked the hell out of me. To this day I still get extremely creeped out see someone wearing a gas mask.
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#23
yeah

Last house on the left (original) La Cabina (TVE) and the Wickerman .....there is little doubt i should'nt of been watching any of them lol, yeah i aslo found 1 of the Kings movies somewhat disturbing, Thinner, prob not a famous movie but scared the living crap out of me.....i would of been like 4-8 when i saw all these first time

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(06-26-2018, 08:54 AM)Maddisin10 Wrote: Mine was The Stand, the Stephen King miniseries. I don't know what my parents were thinking but they let me watch that was I was only 5 years old. The series itself didn't really bother me. The thing that really gave me nightmares was from the parts with the military in hazmat suits and gas masks. They freaked the hell out of me. To this day I still get extremely creeped out see someone wearing a gas mask.

I did a stint in juvey when I was 16. This was the first Stephen King book I ever read, and after that I was hooked.

Far and away my favorite author.
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(06-26-2018, 04:00 PM)Shotgun Styles Wrote:
(06-26-2018, 08:54 AM)Maddisin10 Wrote: Mine was The Stand, the Stephen King miniseries. I don't know what my parents were thinking but they let me watch that was I was only 5 years old. The series itself didn't really bother me. The thing that really gave me nightmares was from the parts with the military in hazmat suits and gas masks. They freaked the hell out of me. To this day I still get extremely creeped out see someone wearing a gas mask.

I did a stint in juvey when I was 16. This was the first Stephen King book I ever read, and after that I was hooked.

Far and away my favorite author.

Yeah years later the first Stephen King book I read was The Green Mile. I was a fan after that. He's definitely in my top 5 favorite authors.
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#26
He can't write Black characters worth a damn, but he comes by it honestly: he grew up in Maine and never really left.
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(05-23-2018, 11:34 PM)vesuvius Wrote: I saw that Jurassic World 2 trailer the other day and was immediately reminded of the very first scene in the original Jurassic Park. You know, this happy number.

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Now, as a kid, we all have wild imaginations, but man oh man I wish I didn't, because my imagination HEAVILY fucked with my psyche while I was watching this. I enjoyed watching Jurassic Park as a kid, but THIS scene, not so much.

The clown/closet scene from Poltergeist really messed me up.

Also, those ear slugs from The Wrath of Khan. After I saw that movie when I was a kid, I always slept on my side with another pillow covering my other ear, especially after someone (my older brother) told me that earwigs would do the same thing.
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http://fr.ubergizmo.com/wp-content/uploa.../12/ca.jpg

One picture is worth a thousand words..... Big Grin
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#29
the evil dead 1981.. i saw it when i was 10-11 years old and also pet semetary.. thanks to my older brother
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#30
The Animals Of Farthing Wood...you know for kids

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pypyDDPmIQ
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