Seeing a disturbing movie can really leave a mark on a young person’s brain.
I remember seeing The Evil Dead when I was about 7-years-old and it scared the hell out of me…and set me on a dark path of being obsessed with horror movies. But it definitely did a number on me, I can tell you that much.
In this entertaining Twitter thread, people talked about the movies that traumatized them when they were kids.
1. An interesting choice.
Oh this is a good one.
I'll start: Jumanji pic.twitter.com/q9aVSi1Grq
— Ashley Bower (@loudandfearless) February 18, 2020
2. An intense scene.
Pinochio. The scene where Lampwick turns into a donkey freaked me out. pic.twitter.com/5EKO0JLP0r
— Vivian ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ (@vivkinder) February 18, 2020
3. CHILD CATCHER.
The CHILD CATCHER from Chitty-Chitty Bang Bang. CHILD. CATCHER. Literally. pic.twitter.com/0rABv6DyrK
— Mulled Whine ~ I’m not gonna debate you, Jerry. (@OGintheOP) February 19, 2020
4. Me, too!
Wizard of Oz. When those feet curled up underneath Dorothy’s house… ? pic.twitter.com/lqHLDQmxe7
— Lisa Bee (@leebee4life) February 19, 2020
5. I’ll be with you…
— preach (@preachdnb) February 19, 2020
6. A tough one for sure.
— Gamma Bomb Survivor (@Banner7997) February 19, 2020
7. Real-life zombies.
Bro the zombies in Scooby-Doo on zombie island were literally real and the gang lost the camera that had proof on it bro THE ZOMBIES WERE REAL https://t.co/IsO3sywUQ5
— ?Heatsies? (@pochowek) February 19, 2020
8. I remember it well…
“Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”
When they pulled the heart out I asked my mom if I could go play arcade games in the lobby. https://t.co/cTL2rq0LVX
— Zach Braff (@zachbraff) February 19, 2020
9. You weren’t alone on that one.
Return to Oz. Those wheelers and the heads on a shelf? Come on! I actually thought it was a nightmare for years until someone mentioned hating that movie as well. pic.twitter.com/9K4BroLIm4
— Bike Repair Bear (@Hostilebear) February 19, 2020
10. Afraid of the water.
No doubt about it:
I’m a San Diego native and seeing this with my older sisters when it came out made me give up Boogie Boarding for like a month ? pic.twitter.com/pH5usvsoyv
— RRP at Law (@RRPatLaw) February 19, 2020
11. Terrorized a whole generation.
Poltergeist. That goddamn clown! Lol. I couldn’t sleep well at my friend’s house because she had one and a closet facing the end of the bed. I did it a few times, though. ? pic.twitter.com/pwXsIuPeK3
— Agent 99 ? Protect Wild Horses (@GetSmartResist) February 19, 2020
12. Good job, Dad!
My dad made me watch Clockwork Orange when I was 12
— Red Lori Bright Eyes (@RedloraineV) February 19, 2020
13. As it did many people.
The Exorcist freaked me out pic.twitter.com/DxILY6JsBf
— Ron Rhodes (@RonanRhodes) February 19, 2020
14. A solid choice.
The Birds pic.twitter.com/HgY8sqyTOv
— ?????? ???? ?????? (@FatherLococo) February 19, 2020
15. A creepy, underrated movie.
My parents let me watch fire in the sky with them when I was a kid. After that I made a wall of pillows between me and my window for months. pic.twitter.com/uav1B4AGfs
— Kipp Schell (@KlimpSchoell) February 19, 2020
Well, that sure was interesting. Have you seen a lot of those movies?
What are the movies that creeped you out and scared the hell out of you when you were a kid?
Tell us about it in the comments! We’d love to hear from you!