The Scariest Movie Moments Of My Childhood

At 6 years old, this scared the life out of me in the theater:

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And at 7, this did:

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In the mid-1980s those were scary special effects.  At least for 6-7 year olds.

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  • tim nelson

    The Large Marge scene is one of the scariest things I have ever witnessed, in fact the whole movie was creepy. Nice timing of the post, considering it is Halloween.