What movie scared you as a child?

What movie scared you as a child?

Razor Blade's picture

I remember going to see SLEEPING BEAUTY as a child. When we got home that night, I was afraid that the evil queen was on top of our house as my dad pulled into the driveway. That movie really got to me!

Anyone else with memories to share?

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moonflower994's picture

the flying monkeys and the witch on Wizard of Oz.

The original Godzilla,

and those movies about prehistoric time where a giant lixard or turle or gila monster wants to eat teh furry clad cavepeople.


BloodNGuts55's picture

The gremlins scared me.


HorrorFreak321's picture

Child's Play scared the snot out of me. Everytime my mom and dad took me into a store that had the Chuckey doll in it, I cried and cried!!! Now the movie makes me laugh.


camaro 427's picture

the movie that scared me as a child was stephen kings IT i stayed away from sinks for a week not anymore i throwed a cherry bomb down the sink and got rid of the problem and my parents got pist


Muphukka's picture

I watched the SENTINNEL and it really wrecked me as a kid. That scene where everyone spills out of hell? NOT GOOD.


slipknotjunkie27's picture

the little mermaid. ursala scared the crap out of me.

SickNik's picture

Honestly Nosferatu creeped the hell out of me when i was young... as well as Night of the Living Dead... both of those movies are responsible for my addiction to horror.

PsychoGothiccowgirl's picture

I saw a STILL from Nosferatu in a book about the history of horror films when I was 5 or 6, it terrified me & gave me nightmares for years. I didn't see the movie until I was a teenager. I now have a nosferatu doll  & yes, I have slept w/it. 

sergio1313's picture

well i would have to say that IT was the first movie i saw that scared me enough to be afraid of walking by sewers with openings, thinking that something was going to drag me down there.


demona6's picture

Steven King's " IT" I hate Pennywise"


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