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Monday, March 17, 2014

The 21 Most Traumatizing Moments From '80s Kids Films

The No. 1 rule of ’80s children’s movies: Scar kids for life.


The White Queen's transformation in Alice Through the Looking Glass.


The White Queen's transformation in Alice Through the Looking Glass .


This trippy TV movie, based on Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland books, took a creepy and unexpected turn when the batty White Queen (Carol Channing) pricks her finger on her broach, prompting a concerned Alice to ask her if she's OK. The White Queen answers in a disturbing, mumbling voice, "Betttter, much vettttter," before morphing into a sheep.


Irwin Allen Productions /Columbia Pictures Television


The leech scene in Stand by Me.


The leech scene in Stand by Me .


OK, so this wasn't a kid's movie — it was rated R, after all — but its sweet coming-of-age theme made it a staple for many '80s kids. This scene in the swamp, where Gordie finds a leech in his underpants, was every boy's nightmare.


Columbia Pictures


The first glimpse of the Skeksis in The Dark Crystal.


The first glimpse of the Skeksis in The Dark Crystal .


These reptilian bird creatures were nightmare inducing.


ITC Entertainment/ Henson Associates / Via evilgeeks.com


Sykes' death on the Brooklyn Bridge in Oliver & Company.


Sykes' death on the Brooklyn Bridge in Oliver & Company .


Not only was his death extremely violent — especially for a Disney film— but, because of the film's modern-day setting, also completely plausible.


Walt Disney Pictures




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