What’s a non disturbing movie that really disturbed you as a kid?

What’s a non disturbing movie that really disturbed you as a kid?

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  1. The Lion King. Simba seriously watches his dad die and then his uncle tries to murder him but then exiles him instead.

    Simba watching Mufasa fall into the canyon haunted my dreams.

  2. When I was in elementary school I was at my grandparents and my grandad put a movie on for me that was playing on TV he thought it was a kids movie because the protagonist is a little boy. It was AI Artificial intelligence and I didn’t understand he was a robot or why his family left him at a death fighting ring. It really fucked me up and I remember feeling super icky afterwards lol.

  3. Ice Age 2, specifically when one of the frozen creatures stares at the camera. I would run in fear every time this scene was about to appear on screen

  4. Kind of an indirect answer, but have you guys every watched the Brave Little Toaster as an adult? It’s horrifying, and I never even noticed any of that as a kid – as an adult, it’s like all trauma, all the time.

  5. I was apparently very afraid of Mad Madam Mim (from Sword and the Stone). A benefit, though, was that I learned how to fast-forward on the VCR.

  6. For some reason “napoleon dynamite” really made me uncomfortable when I was 10. Something about how there wasn’t music playing in the background of a lot of scenes made me feel uneasy for a long while after watching it.

  7. The Munmy. It’s not a disturbing movie overall, but when I was a young kid, the scene where Imhotep first reawakens and starts collecting organs really did upset me.

  8. It’s not so much the movie itself, but a specific scene out of it. The Heffalumps and Woozles song from one of the Winnie the Pooh movies. Who tf thought that was a great sequence for a kid’s movie

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