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27th Nov '16 10:21:53 PM TheRedRedKroovy
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* ''VideoGame/AmericanMcGeesAlice'' is not exactly directed to children, but rather grownups' childhood memories of the (already creepy and somewhat disturbing) Alice children's book (or its Disney counterpart, still creepy). The rather naive and innocent protagonist does disturbing things like decapitating card soldiers and burning one of the book's characters, just to give two examples. The fates of the Dormouse and March Hare is also graphic. They get tortured and experimented on by the Mad Hatter in perpetuity.

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* ''VideoGame/AmericanMcGeesAlice'' is not exactly directed to children, but rather grownups' childhood memories of the (already creepy and somewhat disturbing) Alice children's book ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'' (or its [[Disney/AliceInWonderland Disney counterpart, adaptation]], which was still creepy). The rather naive and innocent protagonist does disturbing things like decapitating card soldiers and burning one of the book's characters, just to give two examples. The fates of the Dormouse and March Hare is also graphic. They get tortured and experimented on by the Mad Hatter in perpetuity.


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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'' parodies this with the [[Radio/GTARadio in-universe animated show]] ''Kung Fu Rainbow Lazer Force''. Ostensibly a [[TheMoralSubstitute Christian version]] of ''Franchise/PowerRangers'', the show features its protagonists violently murdering people for their sinful behavior, complete with a healthy dollop of {{Gorn}} -- and that's before you get into the show's [[TheFundamentalist questionable religious and cultural politics]]. The opening theme tune even has the characters proclaiming that "sex is bad, and violence is good!"
26th Nov '16 4:05:19 PM nombretomado
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* The film adaptation of ''Film/TheGoldenCompass'' was targeted to the same audience of TheChroniclesOfNarnia, and yet, despite the DisneyFication process that suffered in comparison with the book, it was still pretty violent, with people being shot and killed, and a very violent Ice bear fight. Specifically, Iorek tears off another polar bear (Ragnar)'s lower jaw , and then bites at the enormous mouthhole that's left. All onscreen.

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* The film adaptation of ''Film/TheGoldenCompass'' was targeted to the same audience of TheChroniclesOfNarnia, ''Film/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'', and yet, despite the DisneyFication process that suffered in comparison with the book, it was still pretty violent, with people being shot and killed, and a very violent Ice bear fight. Specifically, Iorek tears off another polar bear (Ragnar)'s lower jaw , and then bites at the enormous mouthhole that's left. All onscreen.
6th Nov '16 12:51:20 PM Anddrix
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* ''Film/AliceInWonderland'': Long before Alice fights the Jabberwock, you see why you ''do not'' underestimate the Dormouse in battle; she is very good at [[ColossusClimb climbing onto any enemy in a fight]] and then [[EyeScream going for the eyes]].

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* ''Film/AliceInWonderland'': ''Film/AliceInWonderland2010'': Long before Alice fights the Jabberwock, you see why you ''do not'' underestimate the Dormouse in battle; she is very good at [[ColossusClimb climbing onto any enemy in a fight]] and then [[EyeScream going for the eyes]].
26th Oct '16 3:44:16 PM LondonKdS
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*** "The Edge of Destruction" has a still-alarming scene where Susan (driven temporarily mad thanks to a NegativeSpaceWedgie) lunges at Ian with a pair of surgical scissors, then suddenly shreds her bed to pieces with them before collapsing onto it, crying and screaming.

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*** "The Edge of Destruction" has a still-alarming scene where Susan (driven temporarily mad thanks to a NegativeSpaceWedgie) lunges at Ian with a pair of surgical scissors, then suddenly shreds her bed to pieces with them before collapsing onto it, crying and screaming. This led to the first of the many debates in the media over the years about whether the show was too violent.
21st Oct '16 7:32:20 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/XMenApocalypse'':
** During the DistantPrologue (which is set in AncientEgypt), several of En Sabah Nur's followers, including his original Horsemen, are either crushed by debris, blasted into skeletons or set on fire--all onscreen.
** Another example from the abovementioned scene; the mutant En Sabah Nur is planning to possess (played by Creator/OscarIsaac) has a HealingFactor, and Apocalypse's servants demonstrate this by ''slicing the mutant's chest with a knife'', revealing red tissue underneath before the wound heals.
** When the ground under Magneto's coworkers is simultaneously dissolved and then reset by Apocalypse, the end result is an assortment of limbs (some of which are still twitching) sticking out of the ground.
** Apocalypse decapitates a trio of Cairo men shortly after meeting Storm, and we see their heads fall to the ground onscreen.
** Blood-splatter galore during [[spoiler:Wolverine's rampage]].
** Mystique [[spoiler:slicing Apocalypse's throat]].
13th Oct '16 6:58:57 PM Thepenguinking2
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** The final battle in ''Disney/TheBeautyAndTheBeast'' has Gaston starting out by shooting Beast in the back with an arrow, and then ramming him through a window. Then there's his knife stab, which mainly falls into FamilyUnfriendlyViolence but is probably one of the bloodiest on-screen deaths in a Disney movie.

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** The final battle in ''Disney/TheBeautyAndTheBeast'' has Gaston starting out by shooting Beast in the back with an arrow, and then ramming him through a window. Then there's his knife stab, which mainly falls into FamilyUnfriendlyViolence this but is probably one of the bloodiest on-screen deaths in a Disney movie.
24th Sep '16 6:32:56 PM WhatArtThee
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* ''WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM'' had a scene of this. In the episode "Sonic's Nightmare", Princess Sally is [[UnwillingRoboticization roboticized]], not only a FateWorseThanDeath but extremely painful. Very mildly subverted by the fact that it occurs in Sonic's bad dream, but who could forget the ''[[HellIsThatNoise screaming?]]''
11th Aug '16 8:34:45 AM ironicusername
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** In "Bubbled", the Ruby nicknamed "Eyeball" ''tries to stab Steven.''
19th Jul '16 10:19:08 PM GF93
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*** Normally, [[DeathIsCheap this wouldn't be so bad]]-- but Hard Man is [[LudicrousGibs literally blown to realistic pieces,]] [[https://youtu.be/3-PXy_rFPsM?t=4m21s with machinery and internal mechanisms scattered everywhere]]. Mega Man even picks up one of his disembodied arms (With torn wires and framework hanging out of it) to attain the [[RocketPunch Hard Knuckle]] afterward.

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*** Normally, Now normally, [[DeathIsCheap this wouldn't be so bad]]-- but Hard Man is [[LudicrousGibs literally blown to realistic pieces,]] [[https://youtu.be/3-PXy_rFPsM?t=4m21s with machinery and internal mechanisms scattered everywhere]]. Mega Man even picks up one of his disembodied arms (With torn wires and framework hanging out of it) to attain the [[RocketPunch Hard Knuckle]] afterward.



** Worst of all however, had to be [[FridgeHorror the implications]] in a scene from ''"Brain Bots"''-- where Doctor Wily places Mega Man into a DeathTrap consisting of a DescendingCeiling with SpikesOfDoom, and with Mega Man strapped to the floor to ensure he can't escape. Fair enough, but what pushes it into this was what Wily said about it; that he uses it to [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness "recycle robots he no longer needs into scrap metal"]], which means that '''''HE'S DONE THIS HIS OWN ROBOTS.'''''

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** Worst of all however, had to be [[FridgeHorror the implications]] in a scene from ''"Brain Bots"''-- where Doctor Wily places Mega Man into a DeathTrap consisting of a DescendingCeiling with SpikesOfDoom, and with Mega Man strapped to the floor to ensure he can't escape. Fair enough, but what pushes it into this was what Wily said about it; that he uses it to [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness "recycle robots he no longer needs into scrap metal"]], which means meaning that '''''HE'S DONE THIS TO HIS OWN ROBOTS.'''''
19th Jul '16 10:14:05 PM GF93
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** Fire Man getting pulled apart by Roll's vacuum in ''"The Beginning"''. There's also the threat towards Doctor Light (a human) by Doctor Wily in the flashback-- warning him not to follow him, otherwise Ice Man would freeze him alive, and then Cut Man would ''slice him apart''.

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** Various robots being torn to pieces by Snake Man's [[StrippedToTheBone Search Snake]] weapon.
** Fire Man getting pulled apart by Roll's vacuum arm in ''"The Beginning"''. There's also the threat towards Doctor Light (a human) by Doctor Wily in the flashback-- warning him not to follow him, otherwise Ice Man would freeze him alive, and then Cut Man would ''slice him apart''.



** Dark Man is reduced to a torso, half an arm, and his head towards the end of ''The Day the Moon Fell'', and he's still completely aware of this- even having to drag himself around with his lone arm because no one will carry him when his fellow Robot Masters flee.

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** Dark Man is reduced to a torso, half an arm, and his head towards the end of ''The ''"The Day the Moon Fell'', Fell"'', and he's still completely aware of this- even having to drag himself around with his lone arm because no one will carry him when his fellow Robot Masters flee.
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