Onkel Buck: [i26.photobucket.com image 320x213]My dad can do this creepy smile. Im almost 40 years old and it still gives me the weirds me out/Twilight Zone where the guy has the devil locked in the basement creeped me out too.
Marty Devoid: Agh.I remember running out of the room after every episode when I was a kid just so I didn't have to see that guy in the closing credits.
Gordinho: The egghead alien in the end credits of Star Trek
championgoober: Oh and these guys too. My boys used to love this show. I was pretty convinced max and emme were going to be trapped one day in their land and eaten alive. Made me so nervous to watch![www.freewebs.com image 200x200]
Joker1773: DallylammaBefore you write off Beastmaster, she was also in it, wearing very little or no armor at all.[www.cultsirens.com image 150x200]
unlikely: They forgot sleestak.
Missicat: not really from my childhood...but the creepy floaty Gentlemen from Buffy...eeeek!anyone have a pic?
NutznGum: [img94.imageshack.us image 550x360]/Too soon?
minoridiot: I thought that Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka was scary, particularly when he started his yelling.
I. M. Foreman: [www.collativelearning.com image 375x277]still creeps me out to this day.
vudukungfu: Think about it. He practically stole Gilda from G.E. Smith and found the love of his life.Tried to have children. Couldn't. Lost her in '89.Then starts filming Wonka. At the time he is still grieving.
FeedTheCollapse: [edu.glogster.com image 437x608]the stories were a bit hit or miss, but it was the drawings that really made these books creepy as fark.
vudukungfu: minoridiot: I thought that Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka was scary, particularly when he started his yelling.Think about it. He practically stole Gilda from G.E. Smith and found the love of his life.Tried to have children. Couldn't. Lost her in '89.Then starts filming Wonka. At the time he is still grieving.Hew has to play a guy who needs a child to take over his legacy.The props are all of half a man, or half of anything. Quite telling given he has lost half of him self or his better half. As a method actor, he probably channeled his rage at having to play the part of a man finding his heir with non wife to share the joy with.Or something.Do I get a gold star now?
BorgiaGinz: No, because the Wilder Wonka movie was released in 1971, so unless Gene Wilder has access to a time machine, your theory fails,
orezona: [i26.photobucket.com image 250x300][www.gbfans.com image 300x249]And speaking of Ghostbusters, this scene made me leave the theater when I saw it as a kid:[www.gbfans.com image 640x279]The Quintessons from the Transformers movie creeped me out as well...
dallylamma: The_Sponge: dallylamma: There was a movie that I saw part of as a kid that really terrified me. I've been trying to figure out what it was for years, maybe one of you can help.From my vague recollection it was a Sword and Sorcery type flick. There were two scenes that burned into my memory and still kind of freak me out today.The first was children being sacrificed by being thrown into a furnace or lava pit. The hero manages to rescue a kid and smuggles it back to the kid's parents in a large sack carried over his shoulder.The second involved a terrified man running through a group of motionless cloaked figures that looked like Ring Wraiths or Dementors. The man runs into one of the figures and is absorbed into the cloak, seconds later the cloak opens and a collection of slime covered human bones drops on the ground in front of the figure.Any ideas on what movie this might be?Beast MasterThanks! Note to self: Never watch Beastmaster
I Like Bread: This show. Every episode.There was nothing scarier than Robert Stack narrating stories about brutal murders, unexplained phenomena and strange disappearances. "The killer is still at large. He may be anywhere in America. He may be in your home town at this very moment. Maybe even outside your window. What was that noise just now? Maybe you should go outside and check it out."Even the theme song was creepier than half the things on this list.
Gunny Highway: [24.media.tumblr.com image 548x410]Zeke the Plumber
jsc010: [i.imgur.com image 640x273]Scared the crap out of me as a kid... and this is a Disney film!
funk_soul_bubby: For my Indiana people:[1.bp.blogspot.com image 320x243]
wippit: [www.kerrydean.com image 425x321]
WordsnCollision: [notesfromthebartender.files.wordpress.com image 640x454]/Harryhausen? More like Scaryhausen!
Rasczak's_Missing_Limb: How about the Banshee from "Darby O'Gill and the Little People"?
MonkeyAngst: BunkoSquad: WHY am I just now finding out that the BBC made a Tripods series in the '80s?!?!?/runs to You TubeWow! I hadn't thought about Tripods in decades. I remember reading the comics version in Boy's Life.
sovietski: Bathia_Mapes: sovietski: I wish the Lot would be made into a feature film, but then it would probably suck.The 1979 miniseries got remade as a made-for-TV movie in 2004, and yes, it sucked. It had Rutger Hauer playing Barlow and he wasn't even close to being creepy looking as Barlow in the original miniseries.Rutger Hauer as BarlowBarlow from the original miniseriesYeah, I remember that. I didn't watch it simply because, to me, it lacked that ohholyshiat factor.Then again, I can't really picture any actors/actresses that would do the Lot justice./read the book years after I'd seen the miniseries...will NOT own a home with stairs.
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