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Traumatizing movie scenes you remember from childhood?

Frank Gulotta

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What can I say, I'm soft
 

Frank Gulotta

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Ooo, oh, oh almost forgot that Are You Afraid in The Dark scene
Those are some moist effects!
 

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Marcl

The Honey Fox
When I was about six, I saw a scene from Pink Floyd - The Wall (the musical film adaptation of the album). The scene was about kids walking on transportation int0 a machine and... well check the spoiler, if you must know. Lest to say We don't need no education was playing to this and only up to recently I could actually listen to the song.

The kids were turned into sausages.
 

Deathless

ĎĴĔVĔĹĔŃ
Literally anything from Texas Chainsaw Massacre was scarring as a kid, but I remember this
 

Mr-Rose-Lizard

Well-Known Member
The giant squid scene from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. I was about 5 or 6 years old, and I hadn't learned to swim yet.
 

Mambi

Fun loving kitty cat
Do you remember any scene in particular that used to scare the hell out of you as a child, if so, I'd like to know which one. From the back of my mind I remember the alien abduction sequence from the movie 'Fire in the Sky', I couldn't sleep well for weeks when I saw it randomly on TV.


The original Poltergeist...take your pick!
 

Punkedsolar

Never say never
In 1973, an animated movie was made. It was old. My Dad plonked me down in front of the TV one day when I was sick and couldn't go to school. He saw the start of an old cartoon and went 'it will be fine for a little kid', and stepped out for an hour.

NO IT WAS NOT FINE:

 

redhusky

Emperor of Floof! King of the Rats and Spamlord!
In 1973, an animated movie was made. It was old. My Dad plonked me down in front of the TV one day when I was sick and couldn't go to school. He saw the start of an old cartoon and went 'it will be fine for a little kid', and stepped out for an hour.

NO IT WAS NOT FINE:

I remember the first time I saw this on the scifi channel. It didn't traumatized but it was "terribly fascinating". I was still at that point in my life a a kid when I was pulling bugs apart and this gave a "walking a mile in their shoes" moment. The most "shit go real" scene for me in that movie was the "park gassing" scene before this one and when the Ohms were getting killed off right at the end with that killer ball and spike vacuum death machine. They reminded me of "killer machines" I used draw as a kid.
 

Punkedsolar

Never say never
I remember the first time I saw this on the scifi channel. It didn't traumatized but it was "terribly fascinating". I was still at that point in my life a a kid when I was pulling bugs apart and this gave a "walking a mile in their shoes" moment. The most "shit go real" scene for me in that movie was the "park gassing" scene before this one and when the Ohms were getting killed off right at the end with that killer ball and spike vacuum death machine. They reminded me of "killer machines" I used draw as a kid.

I think it was also that there was just this completely weird incomprehensible things happening during it all the time. At my age I had no idea what the heck to make out of all the sex and violence. Why were their heads floating off? What was with that ant-eater skull animal? WHO TIED THOSE TWO PEOPLE TOGETHER BY THEIR HAIR? I had so many horrible questions for ages...
 

redhusky

Emperor of Floof! King of the Rats and Spamlord!

This freaked me out when I was wee.
And that's how furries are made!
This movie aged surprisingly well. NOW TAKE THAT!

EDIT: MISSED! You too! @Frank Gulotta

I think it was also that there was just this completely weird incomprehensible things happening during it all the time. At my age I had no idea what the heck to make out of all the sex and violence. Why were their heads floating off? What was with that ant-eater skull animal? WHO TIED THOSE TWO PEOPLE TOGETHER BY THEIR HAIR? I had so many horrible questions for ages...
But you gotta admit, the retro guitar music they had was pretty awesome. Plus that guy sang pretty well.
 
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hara-surya

Deviated Prevert
The first few opening scenes of Return of the Jedi at Jabba's palace: Freaked me out at the theater in 1983.

The scene in The Deer Hunter where the guy's screwing the prostitute in Saigon and there's a crib in the room.

A movie I simply can't recall the title of where a life-sized clockwork/robot dancer pops up with chocolate-chip nipples and dances while others in the scene look on. I can only isolate it to the late 1980s or early 1990s.

My mother watched some really fucked up movies with us kids around.
 

Kuuro

Hey man, look at me rocking out!
Earnest Scared Stupid, the scene where a kid is laying in bed and they turn around and there's a fuck ugly troll thing in bed with them. For a while I was afraid of rolling over in my own bed.

I know, not the ideal movie to traumatize someone but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 

Stray Cat Terry

테리 / 特里 / テリー
I guess there were a few, but as I don't remember now, guess they're gone.

My real life experiences were more traumatizing than media scenes, which is funny. And yes, I'm talking about when I was a lil kid.
 

Vinfang

Indie Game Artist / Telegram: vinfang
in alien, when the main character and the queen flew out of the air lock. and she was using her elbow to grab hold of the railing out of the hanger bay.
 
I was 5 years old or so. My parents were watching X: The Mand with the X-Ray Eyes on TV late at night. And I just happened to wake up and got to the living room in the final scene where the protagonist tears his eyes off. I mean, It's an 1963 movie, not too realistic, but I remember I went full FUCKFUCKFUCK for a while.
 
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