It's the 2nd one he gets beaten up isn't it? Then he rebuilds himself as a punk rock robot and saves the day to "I need a hero" by Bonnie Tyler.Same probably 25 years ago the last time I saw one of them.
Yeah that's the one, I always preferred the first one with Ally Sheedy to be honest.It's the 2nd one he gets beaten up isn't it? Then he rebuilds himself as a punk rock robot and saves the day to "I need a hero" by Bonnie Tyler.
He also reads Frankenstein at one point and they play some sad music.
Apart from the dead rabbits and the overt violence from the baddie rabbit with the fucked eye. Just the overall sombre feel of that movie scars your fragile little mind as a kid.I'm surprised Watership Down hasn't been mentioned that was pretty fucked up to watch as a kid.
"Labyrinth" creeped me out also when I watched it on VHS when I was a kid.I tried to watch “Labyrinth” with David Bowie with my kid recently and there is not a puppet on that movie which isn’t absolutely horrifying.
Never seen The Dark Crystal but what in the name of fuck!!
Horrifying stuff.You know what film is unintentionally disturbing too ... The Polar Express with Tom Hanks.
It’s held up as this modern classic but again the movie has this eerie ominous feel to it and those dead zombie eyes and faces of all the characters in the movie.
The “elves” are like wee evil midget alkie tramps...
There’s not a single thing Christmassy about them at all.
read it as a kid and was stunned to find it 100% more fucked up than the Hobbit which had massive armies and tens of thousands of 'dead'.............I'm surprised Watership Down hasn't been mentioned that was pretty fucked up to watch as a kid.
There was another modern one I took my kid too a few years back, Paranorman or something like that... Tim Burton flick about a girl who was murdered by redneck townsfolk for being a witch and now haunted the town and wanted revenge on the place. I got halfway through it and started panicking she'd be having nightmares for a week.Coraline was legit sad and scary, and I watched it as an adult.
Something was always off about Peter Pan, too...
There's quite a few on Netflix these days, we've actually sat and watched Ponyo, Howl's Flying Castle, Spirited Away and My Neighbour Totoro so far ... they all have disturbing moments tbh.Some of the studio Ghibli movies could be great for your kid(s?). This most certainly is not.
I saw it when I was about 18, and I thought it was very good, but very sad.