Any movie scenes that traumatized you as a kid?
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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.
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#2
Did you ever see Watership Down? Not traumatized by it, but I went "THE FUCK?" multiple times.
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#3
Don't laugh, but this shit fucked me up when I was five :lol:


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#4
My big brother made me watch The Thing when I was 7, I couldn't sleep for a month and my dad beat my brother's ass.
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The entire movie IT has me fucked up even to this day, even thinking about that movie send a fucking chill down my spine, saw it as a kid and can still recall all the fucking nightmares I used to have. I used to have this clown pic over my bed as a kid and after seeing that movie I had a recurring nightmare about the clown crawling out of the picture and standing at the foot of my bed watching me sleep with that big as clown grin on his face. Shit still gives me the creeps.

Also more of a silly WTF one, but this freaked me out as a kid to for some reason, just something about all those damn brooms.
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#6
Damn Disney seemed to mess alot of us up. LOL
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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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RryaqGHep0
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#8
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 in the 90s. The quality of the movie itself was frightening. But the way the Turtles and Splinter looked gave me nightmares.
                                                                               

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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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RryaqGHep0

Yeah i know the feeling..trailers for It's Alive and Magic always used to have me rushing to change the channel most late nights :lol: The thing you had to watch for is the"film scratch" effect on screen the second before the trailer started
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blkknight1 Wrote:Damn Disney seemed to mess alot of us up. LOL
That's because the old cartoons weren't meant to hold kids' hands and be nice to them. Rather, they were means to make fun of the dark side of life.

Think about it, when a kid back then was young, chances were that he would go to war in a couple of years and end up dying.

Disney was DARK.
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