- Films that wrecked my childhood
Only film that ever “affected” me as a kid was Ghostbusters – I remember waking up with a green blob at the end of my bed, so scared I couldnt actually speak/scream. Funny because I quite liked the slimer in the film.
Watership down was just depressing, can’t imagine why anyone would WANT to watch it lol.Posted 8 years agokimbersSubscriber
i got upset when king kong died
i blubbed in watership down
but **** me has anyone seen the plague dogs?Posted 8 years ago
2 dogs escape from an animal testing facility carrying the plague and cant understand why everyone they come into contact with either dies or tries to kill them till they are chased into the sea to drownjediMember
the time i can remmeber being scared.Posted 8 years ago
i was in my nans caravan in wheely everyone went to bed and i watched a horror film that was like 3 short parts one of which was called bobby or something.
about a woman who’s son drowned and she used witchcraft to bring him back.
i have always watched horrors as a kid but when the kid walks up the stairs and says bobby didnt want to come back SO HE SENT ME!! and a devil face came out of the shaddows i had a coronary!!!
i must hve been 8-10yrs old
The Twilight Zone had me scared quite a bit when I was 10 or 11.
Nightmare at 20,000 Feet, was the one with the gremlin on the plane wing
One I thought was really scary but cant find it in the Twilight Zone episode database had a big scary rabbit in it. It was a black and white film. Does anyone know what it was – woul dhave been early/mid 80s.Posted 8 years agotechnicallyineptMember
Apaches (late 70s full length public information film)
Lots of kids get killed one by one in nasty farm accidents.
I am nearly 37 and still get freaked out at the though of the child drowning in a slurry pit.
Have just followed the link to ‘Building Sites Bite’ (referenced at the bottom of the wikipedia article). Thank god I never saw that one – as a child I though building sites were one big adventure playground!Posted 8 years agosamuriMember
or Harvey which was in black and white.Posted 8 years ago
Pah! Clowns! I remember winding up a friend’s son about a circus being in town when he was out getting logs for their fire one night. He had clown-phobia.
Ok, I cried a bit when i first saw “The Fox and the Hound” and “Watership Down” was a little sad too, but I think the worst was ET. I mean, poor alien!Posted 8 years ago
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