19 Accidentally Scary Movie Scenes That Still Haunt Me
Yes, the horrible “Thumb Thumbs” of spy on kids will be discussed here.
Hello, my name is Luca and I watch too many movies! Today I want to talk about moments in movies that weren’t ~intentionally~ disturbing, but definitely are.
From weird special effects to unsettling story involvement, these 19 movie moments scared me even though they didn’t mean to:
That hot chocolate musical scene in The Polar Express.
The horrible “Thumb Thumbs” scene in Spy children.
This sudden and brutal scene in The plague dogs.
The vending machine that follows Wallace and Gromit into A great day.
The iconic cake scene in Matilda.
This brief glimpse of the spider alien in Meetings of the third type. (It’s at the five minute mark).
Shorty gets whipped Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
This “enhanced” version of a dance sequence in Star Wars: Episode VI — Return of the Jedi.
This woman turning into a robot in Superman 3.
The electrocution scene in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.
When this unlucky citizen of Springfield is crushed by the dome of The Simpsons movie.
See the educational video on how humans “evolved” in Wall–E.
Neo fighting off a massive group of CGI Smith agents in Matrix Reloaded.
The Scorpion King you can barely see is played by the Rock in The return of the mummy.
When they put on their disguises White chicks.
The fish stuck in their plastic bags at the end of The world of Nemo.
The sheer violence of the “fish” scene in The little Mermaid.
When Patrick and Spongebob are literally dried to death in The Spongebob movie.
Well, that should be the whole movie, but this scene in Labyrinth.
Are there any examples I missed? If so, let me know in the comments below!