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Let's have a childhood trauma thread!
I think this is from Ghost Writer, don't remember, but I know I had nightmares about this, it freaked me out and it still does
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)20:51 No.3937968
Holy crap

nostalgia bomb/scarred for life
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)20:51 No.3937974
Brian Peppers?
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)20:52 No.3937977
oh shit
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)20:52 No.3937982
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As much as I love it now, this part and any part of the movie with him in me scared me shitless.
>> I am an individual but also part of the collective known as anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)20:52 No.3937986
All I remember is that that show sucked, and that one time when the broadcast screwed up and the show was skipping for a loooooong time.

You can split it up!
You can split it up!
You can split it up!
You can split it up!
You can split it up!
You can split it up!
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)20:52 No.3937988

same, that was some fucked up shit.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)20:53 No.3937995

Fuck, Freudian slip.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)20:54 No.3938007

didn't the entire series end on some "The End... OR IS IT?!" cliffhanger with that thing being possibly alive?
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)20:54 No.3938012
what was it called again?
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)20:56 No.3938032

>> I am an individual but also part of the collective known as anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)20:57 No.3938038
Gummy Guss or something like that...
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:01 No.3938077
wtf is that thing
>> Your friendly neighborhood FemAnon !!2H074OuDyzX 05/01/08(Thu)21:01 No.3938095
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The episode with the harvest moon on Courage the Cowardly Dog. House of Discontent, I think. Scared the crap outta me.


Also, pic related to more childhood traumatizing.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:03 No.3938108

Oh boy, Heaven sent you to me...
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:03 No.3938110
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Gooey Gus.
>> DudeWithMoney !SFwR6DnH/Y 05/01/08(Thu)21:03 No.3938115

FUCK, I think I remember the OP's image. I'm not sure. I think I repressed it, it freaked me out that much.

What the hell is it FROM? I'm sure it's not Ghost Writer.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:04 No.3938119
Ghost Writer actually made me afraid of the color purple for a few years.
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Thread over
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:05 No.3938130
Episode of Courage, "Perfect." The fucking statue in his dream.

That was the closest I ever got to nightmares.

Also, the animated version of the Black Cauldron as a whole both scared and intrigued me.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:05 No.3938133
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:06 No.3938142
Boogeyman from the Original Ghostbusters. Seriously. WHAT THE FUCK.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:07 No.3938155
Remembering that series of Ghost Writers episodes was amusing.
Some purple bubble gum monster that wore a leather jacket or something...

It was weird because they were writing the story but they wrote it as though it was happening?.. can't recall well.

but they defeated him with vinegar!
>> Gunbuster718 05/01/08(Thu)21:07 No.3938158
I know it's /a, but I gotta say this anyway.

Six-year-old + Akira at 12 am at night = I crapped my fucking pants.
>> DudeWithMoney !SFwR6DnH/Y 05/01/08(Thu)21:13 No.3938203
Oh, and that episode of The Real Ghostbusters? Knock Knock?

Fuck, that was traumatizing.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:14 No.3938211
Was indeed Gooey Gus. Was indeed from Ghostwriter. Was indeed nightmare inducing. Like anon above, I actually was scared of the color purple for a while.

Got a chance to watch the episode again a few years ago, and it was pretty comical, tame stuff, but there was a part of me, an actual conscious part, that was scared shitless still.

Long story short, OP is basically /thread for me.
>> Marquis Tripfag Halim Ondore IV !REDREDLOGo 05/01/08(Thu)21:15 No.3938227

And then they went "lol, j/k" and reversed it. I'm telling you, it scared the hell out of me.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:16 No.3938232

oh my god, i won't even watch that part now it freaks me out so much.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:17 No.3938244
Was that the giant ghost that ATE other chosts with a huge mouth on its stomach? Cuz THAT thing fucked me up for years
>> Marquis Tripfag Halim Ondore IV !REDREDLOGo 05/01/08(Thu)21:18 No.3938254

Oh shit. This is it. This is the end.

I swear to God, I woke up and saw this under my bead when I was 4. Jesus, /co/. I won't sleep tonight.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:19 No.3938260
No, it was the one with the horse hooves, tuxedo jacket, mullet, and GIANT MOUTH FILLED WITH FANGS. The one that got power through fear and abducted children through their closets. FUCKING BOGEYMAN.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:19 No.3938266
The Ghost Train episode of Hey Arnold! gave me nightmares for YEARS...

Still does sometimes, actually. I think it's the song.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:19 No.3938268
Nickelodeon. All of it. Everything else was fine, but somehow, every show freaked me out at least once.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:20 No.3938272
Dear God. I thought I was the only one...
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:21 No.3938287
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Only the opening theme. The actual show never really scared me, but I could never keep my eyes open for the whole opening sequence.
>> DudeWithMoney !SFwR6DnH/Y 05/01/08(Thu)21:21 No.3938291

Oh god, that reminds me...there was this ridiculous Power Rangers monster. It was like a big fat lizard with a fucking stoplight, of all things, on its head. But it could lash out with its tongue and fucking turn the power rangers into balls of energy that it swallowed. And then their masks would appear on its stomach.

Christ, that thing terrified me.
>> Ankh !7zQjhDoAtc 05/01/08(Thu)21:22 No.3938297

Years, man. I suppressed that for years. Last time I remembered him, I couldn't sleep for a week without nightmares and waking up in a cold sweat.

I remember him, yeah. A fucking gumball who shot burning sludge and could somehow move faster than a human. And then, when he got big.... GAAAAAH! Then, the whole mindfuck with him being in the grill and spraying everyone...

Fuck you, OP. Fuck you. I'm creeping out to the point that I'm checking over my shoulders every few seconds now.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:23 No.3938302
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>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:24 No.3938313
Alot of the episodes scared me, but the opening always creeped me out the most. That and the Goosebumps episode with that fucking doll. I was afraid of that doll thanks to watching one of the Child's Play movies at a young age.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:24 No.3938315
Three words: acid trip tunnel.

I think you know what I speak of.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:25 No.3938317
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I sometimes wonder what the children of today will have to say about current television ten years down the road. I imagine that this show might be mentioned in future nightmare threads.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:25 No.3938318
OH yeah! with that weird Closet world..geez repressed memories
>> Purplebeaver !!Cyk7XMeDmiv 05/01/08(Thu)21:27 No.3938334
I concur with the Boogeyman feardom, the best of all paranormal enemies the Ghostbusters had to take down.

I also feared Samhain during his premier. After his introduction they toned him down a lot, but that first time, JEEZUS!

And while I wasn't afraid of Elvira in general, my father had a lifesize cardboard cutout of her that I didn't know about until I went into our dark garage one day and there's this huge fucking scary woman in there beckoning me to come over to her! Shit man, I couldn't go back into that garage for weeks.
>> DudeWithMoney !SFwR6DnH/Y 05/01/08(Thu)21:27 No.3938336
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>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:27 No.3938337
Submitted to the approval of the midnight society, I call this story 'THAT ONE WHERE THE KID GETS TRAPPED IN THE PINBALL MACHINE AT THE END AND THERE WAS NO HAPPY ENDING HOLY SHIT'
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:27 No.3938338
J. Michael Straczynski, the head writer and story editor for the show's first 78 episodes, gave the series a darker tone not often seen in Saturday morning cartoons.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:28 No.3938345
The opening theme song for Unsolved Mysteries used to creep me out a bunch when I was a kid.
>> DudeWithMoney !SFwR6DnH/Y 05/01/08(Thu)21:29 No.3938354

Oh my god fuck youuuuuuuuuu.

Fuck, it's all coming back to me now. This scared me COMPLETELY SHITLESS when I was a kid.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:31 No.3938369
Wait... I think I remember that...
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:31 No.3938376
Oh god the memories. Gooey Gus oh god.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:32 No.3938385
Even though she was a little bitch, the sister from the cuckoo clock episode of Goosebumps ceasing to exist disturbed me.
>> Purplebeaver !!Cyk7XMeDmiv 05/01/08(Thu)21:32 No.3938392
I remember that!

But, the fucktard deserved it for what he did. That episode taught you not to be fucking selfish and when some old dude tells you several times not to fucking play the scary pinball machine hiding away in the back, unplugged yet still with power, you don't fucking play it!
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:33 No.3938403
Never really watched the show much, but I did catch the end of one that got me for a while. It was about this girl and her friend who get trapped in a brightly colored maze with robots and shit, and then they escape. But when they make it home, they get a message through the TV from one of the maze people and the girl's face disappeared. No clue what was up with that, but freaky shit.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:34 No.3938414
That first girl. Is that Becky Buckwild from Flavor of Love? That white girl with the hueg jugs?
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:35 No.3938419
Scariest fucking episode of Are you afraid of the dark.

Only one I was actually afraid of. I couldn't take a bath without my door open and my mom outside the door for 2 weeks. Every time the drain gurgled I'd jump out screaming.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:35 No.3938425
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:35 No.3938426
"Savages" creeped me out.
>> Your friendly neighborhood FemAnon !!2H074OuDyzX 05/01/08(Thu)21:35 No.3938429
You know, I think Perfect was so scary that I actually repressed it. Seriously, I can't remember a damn thing about it.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:40 No.3938477
shit brix
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:42 No.3938496
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>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:42 No.3938498
>> The Plantlike Protist !tiOKzTnNCI 05/01/08(Thu)21:42 No.3938502
That fucking harvest moon episode of Courage. I saw a rerun of that last year, I think, and it still scared the everloving shit out of me. I had the lights off at the time, and that head popped up, I almost shit myself.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:44 No.3938517
Ah, dang it /co/. I ran screaming from the living room when this thing came on. I loved ghostwriter but I never watched a full episode with this thing in it. It terrified me.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:44 No.3938523
Shudder. Fuck this thread, you guys. :(
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:46 No.3938538

Sorry, old reflex.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:48 No.3938549
Fuckkk. I hated the opening to that show. Thanks, now I won't get to sleep at night.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:49 No.3938568
Why did kids' tv have to be so fucking traumatizing for us?
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:53 No.3938606
your all going to laugh at me, but when I was like 6 or something the treehouse of horror episode aired in Aus where Groundskeeper Willie get's burned to a crisp and haunts the kids dreams.

I couldn't sleep for like a week. I'm 18 now and the episode is just good for, "Don't touch. Willie", "good advice!"
>> Ankh !7zQjhDoAtc 05/01/08(Thu)21:53 No.3938607
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:54 No.3938616

Would you really have had it any other way?
>> Kastere 05/01/08(Thu)21:55 No.3938617
Jesus Christ. I was 10. But fuck.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:55 No.3938622
That was kinda creepy, though.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:56 No.3938631
Well, it was better than My Brother and Me.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)21:56 No.3938633
I remember being pretty freaked out by one of the Gossebumps episodes with the ventriloquist dolls.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:00 No.3938674
>>And while I wasn't afraid of Elvira in general, my father had a lifesize cardboard cutout of her that I didn't know about until I went into our dark garage one day and there's this huge fucking scary woman in there beckoning me to come over to her! Shit man, I couldn't go back into that garage for weeks.

I fucking lol'd.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:03 No.3938694
My dad took me to see Jurassic Park when it first came out. I think I was 5 or 6. I nearly pissed myself when the t-rex broke through the car's roof, but screamed out loud when the techie's arm was not attached to said techie.

Still, the movie gave me a lingering love for dinosaurs.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:05 No.3938718
Gamera: Guardian of the Universe

Just that scene, where the leading lady discovers some friend or loved one's remains in the giant gaos poop. I watched this when I was a little too young for it.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:05 No.3938719
I hold this personally responsible for my advanced paranoia that borderlines on schizophrenia. That shit scared me for weeks.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:05 No.3938721
On Sesame Street there was a banana with legs that scared me.
>> INTERESTING !!YWD2yhPEgzi 05/01/08(Thu)22:09 No.3938769
Not /co/ related but when I was lik 4 I saw The Fly. The original. The ending scared the shit out od me. That guys high pitched "HELP ME! HELP ME!" And that god. I'm starting to get itchy....
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:10 No.3938778
Shit, I remember seeing that when I was a kid, but I don't remember that part.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:12 No.3938791
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>the techie
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:12 No.3938798

Christ. I watched that when I was about 10 or so? It put me off eating for a week, literally. I'd sit down to eat and then the image of him squishing fluid from his fingertips would come to mind and then no more appetite.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:13 No.3938800
Little kids (especially males) tend to love dinosaurs. I remember going to see Jurassic Park with my family when it came out. I don't remember how I reacted, but I do remember that my two little sisters had to leave because they were too scared of the first scene with the raptor was being transferred. I still make fun of them for that.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:14 No.3938813
Only funny character in that whole goddamn show.
>> Your friendly neighborhood FemAnon !!2H074OuDyzX 05/01/08(Thu)22:14 No.3938816
According to my parents, I actually passed out during that movie.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:15 No.3938824
Your father no doubt thinks of Elvira when he's doing your mom. That's how you were conceived.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:15 No.3938825
E.T. when I was about four.

The pulsing glowing heart thing (and just his whole look) freaked me out.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:15 No.3938831
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This thread is like /co/ meets /x/. Stating the obvious so I can post awesome thread.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:16 No.3938841

Yeah, I even got a cassette that had songs about dinosaurs, little plastic figures, and stuff like that. I was ecstatic when the second one came out.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:17 No.3938848

Is that the one with the episode where two kids meet Satan (or something)... in claymation?

I recall /x/ talking about it once
>> Dr. Professor !!vHbIhYNbSef 05/01/08(Thu)22:18 No.3938862
You were five or six.

You were legally obliged to love, obsess over, and know everything ABOUT dinosaurs.

When I was 7, I knew EVERYGODDAMNTHING about dinosaurs. Now I'm 19 and I can't even spell Tyrannosaurus.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:18 No.3938864
FUCK. FEARBOMB. I was scared shitless at the beginning where the raptor pulls the dude in. And then, that halloween, I went costume shopping with my dad. My dad left me alone in the aisle to go pick out some shit or something. Me, in my youth, did not expect my fucking dad to jump out at me wearing a fucking Jurassic Park velocioraptor mask and roar at me when I got to the end of the aisle. I ran out of the store screaming and he chased me down (STILL WEARING THE MASK SO I WAS STILL SCARED SHITLESS) untill he grabbed me. God damn.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:19 No.3938873
To toughen us up for what we saw later on in life. Compared to us, these new generations of kids are gonna grow up as fucking pussies.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:19 No.3938875
No that's an animated version of a Mark Twain story
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:20 No.3938891
Tales From The Cryptkeeper, where there's this jackass poacher who's catching animals alive to sell to fur industries and bushmeat factories and shit, with a little native boy as his guide. He wakes up in the middle of the night to see his catch entirely released.

Little native guide keeps telling him of this forest demon, not quite man, not quite beast, and that they should leave. Poacher's like; "I'mma catch the bitch."

As it turns out, the beast is another poacher, cursed to live out his life as the beast until he can pass on the curse.

For the meat of the show, all you see are glimpses of it... shaggy, unkempt brown fur, massive claws, glaring, electric blue eyes...

And then finally, the poacher is caught, after some trippy, wordless adventures through the jungle with creepy as fuck ambient noises. He's caught in a snare, in a clearing, under the full moon.

And out steps the monster; vaguely werewolf like, but with some demonic features. And then... it speaks. With this deep, deep British baritone, with chilling, haunting eloquency. Explains its story, the curse, passes on the curse... goes on his merry way.

Shat a brick fucking wall, as a kid. I was 10, my biggest fear was werewolves/other MONSTER monsters, and it was on at about midnight.

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>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:20 No.3938894
i'd like to add a few Courage episodes. I don't recall the name, but that one with the zombie salesman and the full that House of Discontent? Meh. If not I nearly pissed when his Assistant poped out of that hole. Also, the one with the cursed slab. That fucking Mummy. And for some reason, the "Tower of Dr. Zalost" episode always used to freak me out a little.
>> Your friendly neighborhood FemAnon !!2H074OuDyzX 05/01/08(Thu)22:20 No.3938896
"What are you?"


"What's your name?"


My god, that voice.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:21 No.3938898
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:21 No.3938902
I'm 16, and still know every goddamned thing.

>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:21 No.3938910
My God, I thought I was the only one.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:22 No.3938920
When Optimus Prime died.

Come on, I was 5. Your childhood heroes aren't supposed to die when you're 5!!
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:22 No.3938921
>> W.I.T.C.H Fag !BQ3sED2yVs 05/01/08(Thu)22:23 No.3938941
Oooh, if only that were my speaking voice.
>> Your friendly neighborhood FemAnon !!2H074OuDyzX 05/01/08(Thu)22:24 No.3938949
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:24 No.3938958
underage b&
>> Your friendly neighborhood FemAnon !!2H074OuDyzX 05/01/08(Thu)22:25 No.3938964
You are now trying to imitate it. Manually.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:26 No.3938985
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Near the beginning I think, the aerial shot of the reporter looking up was from somewhere in that scene.

Arg, and even more recently, the cave/grubs scenes in the "Rodan" movie. Dangit these things are supposed to be cheesy, not freaky.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:27 No.3939003
o noez wutevr shal we do

Anyway. So, nobody else was scarred for life by Tales From The Cryptkeeper?
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:27 No.3939008
This...this actually aged fairly well. The acting's not incredibly cheesy, and sometimes, /good/, the direction's solid...and it's scary as hell.

>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:28 No.3939017
Those claymation people from Moonwalker
>> random asshole 05/01/08(Thu)22:28 No.3939021
holy shit. that's horrifying.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:28 No.3939027
beats the hell out of Goosebumps
did the finale have that guy from Roc?
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:30 No.3939045
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:32 No.3939065
Indeed. This show was easily one of the best "Scary Story" shows, ever.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:32 No.3939071

Go get traumatized again by the closet door that leads everywhere.
>> W.I.T.C.H Fag !BQ3sED2yVs 05/01/08(Thu)22:34 No.3939090
By god I tried, but I just can't get my voice to do it.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:35 No.3939112
Alright, nobody else got scared by Tales From The Cryptkeeper. I'm officially a pussy.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:35 No.3939117
You've obviously never seen this one:
>> Your friendly neighborhood FemAnon !!2H074OuDyzX 05/01/08(Thu)22:38 No.3939146
I sorta can. You kinda have to keep it at a light, scratchy whisper.

>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:39 No.3939150
We never got the channel that it came on. I may have been a pussy right along with you, but I never saw it as a kid.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:40 No.3939157
Haha, holy shit, it's a young Reed Richards defeating angry pool spirits with SCIENCE!
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:40 No.3939166
I'm gonna try to google the episode. Or at least clips of it.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:41 No.3939175
That's just a pedophile with a hand fetish..
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:42 No.3939189
Holy shit. There was a live action Tales From The Crypt Keeper?

I'm young. D=
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:43 No.3939200
3rd minute onwards. Fucking freaky bitch ghost yelling "YOU WILL SUFFER!" at a kid who looked just like me.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:43 No.3939203
Okay. I've found it... but in Spanish. Fuck. I'll post, just so you can see the creature.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:45 No.3939218
>Italian, not Spanish.

>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:46 No.3939239
You mean Tales from the Crypt? Yeah, but it wasn't a kids show. At all. It was on HBO, if I recall.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:46 No.3939240
Wait, it was a cartoon? Not the Cryptkeeper live-action one?
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:48 No.3939268
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:48 No.3939275
That's the only scary goosebumps ep I've ever seen.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:49 No.3939277
Oh yeah! this guy
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:49 No.3939285
Yes, HBO, and it kicked the ass. I watched it as a kid when my parents weren't around and I regretted it whole-heartedly every time when I inevitably woke up screaming.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:51 No.3939312
The one from my childhood was a cartoon. I'm the 16-year-old, maybe I'm a bit too young for the nostalgia bit, but fuck, that scared the bajeezus out of me when I was 10 and younger.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:51 No.3939320
Heh the cartoon was NOTHING compared to the original show.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:51 No.3939321

That's Fireman Clown, isn't it?
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:52 No.3939329
The werewolf episodes of Goosebumps scared nine types of shit out of me. I know werewolves "shedding their skin" was lame, but...

That episode was my first real mindfuck.

>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:53 No.3939339
Probably. I remember watching a feature-length movie of Tales From The Crypt, once.

About a vampiric brothel.

Run by a vampire whore-queen and a necrophiliac.

In a funeral home.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:54 No.3939353
Bordello of Blood. Much better than their other one, Demon Knight.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:56 No.3939377

Hmph. When it came out my mom wouldn't let me watch it.
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Augh. I watched this again like 2 months ago. I was sitting in a brightly lit room with two of my friends, watching it in parts on youtube. Yet when the music cut off and the guy came up over the edge of the pool, I screamed like I was getting stabbed and snapped an "unbreakable" comb (I had been fiddling with it out of nervousness) into three pieces, the middle of which went flying across the room. My friends, who hadn't seen it before and didn't have nostagia-fear, nearly pissed their pants from the sounds I made alone.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:57 No.3939402

Strangely enough, it was one of the only good Goosebump Books.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)22:58 No.3939408
My parents were sooo liberal about what I could watch. We had a family viewing of Night of the Living Dead when I was only 6... I didn't sleep that night
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)23:00 No.3939434
While we're on the subject of Are you Afraid of the Dark, the one with the Water Demons scared the shit out of me, Granted, the effect was kind of lame, but the very concept is terrifying.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)23:00 No.3939444
Doesn't the werewolf in The Werewolf of Fever Swamp kill the main character's dog? Like, in the climax of the book/episode?
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)23:03 No.3939475
In Sweden the ghost didn't stand up or face the camera when she talked. Just as well, that would have probably scared me as a kid.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)23:03 No.3939483
You're parents are awesome
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)23:07 No.3939553
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Yeah, first saw this movie when I was 6 or so. I didn't sleep well for quite a while after that.
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)23:11 No.3939605
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Fucking troll still unnerves me...
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)23:12 No.3939612
How the hell did you know about the cartoon but not the real show?
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)23:12 No.3939614

Practically made me piss my pants as a kid
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)23:13 No.3939630
Kind of lame, but The Last Unicorn. The scene with Mommy Fortuna's animals locked up in the cages.

Oh. And the fucking Red Bull.

Goddamn. We'd always watch it at my grandmother's house, and she'd make us pancakes shaped like the Red Bull's head. It was like trying to eat Satan. You couldn't take your eyes off it, or it would jump off the fucking plate and gore you to death. And it might do that anyway, from the inside, when you'd eaten it.

tl;dr I'm probably the only kid to ever be scared shitless by pancakes
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)23:15 No.3939668
>> Anonymous 05/01/08(Thu)23:17 No.3939688
Last Unicorn bothered me a lot too. A lot of stuff was just creepy enough to mess me up
Like that big titted tree