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17th Apr '17 6:03:32 AM NightShade96
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* ''Film/TheByeByeMan'' is a supernatural killer who gets his power from fear. Only problem is, his name is [[UnfortunateNames the Bye Bye Man]].

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* ''Film/TheByeByeMan'' is a supernatural killer who gets his power from fear. Only problem is, his ''Film/TheByeByeMan'':
** The fact that the killer's
name is [[UnfortunateNames the Bye Bye Man]].Man]].
** The Bye Bye Man's [[SpecialEffectFailure dog]].
** Elliot convulsing while driving and singing along to "Bye Bye Love" by Music/TheEverlyBrothers.
13th Apr '17 6:46:38 PM nombretomado
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** Also, if you're unfamiliar with TheSlenderManMythos, you might mistake [[FanNickname Slendy]] for [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack Skellington]]. In fact, in ''Blog/SeekingTruth'', Zeke even refers to the drawings made by the first victim as ". . . what looked like Jack Skellington with about six extra arms and no eye holes, or any facial features, for that matter."

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** Also, if you're unfamiliar with TheSlenderManMythos, Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos, you might mistake [[FanNickname Slendy]] for [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack Skellington]]. In fact, in ''Blog/SeekingTruth'', Zeke even refers to the drawings made by the first victim as ". . . what looked like Jack Skellington with about six extra arms and no eye holes, or any facial features, for that matter."



** There's also the fact that the first appearance of SlenderMan online was on Website/SomethingAwful, during one of their regular Photoshop competitions.

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** There's also the fact that the first appearance of SlenderMan [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]] online was on Website/SomethingAwful, during one of their regular Photoshop competitions.



* [[http://wwwrunningwonthelp-lya.blogspot.com/ H(a)unting]] is a blog about three people and their encounters with SlenderMan, who is one of the most genuinely creepy mythos creatures out there, particularly considering his origin - with the Rake and a second Slender-creature known as //IT// showing up later - and the Rake is essentially the main character's dog, Slenderman gives her candy for winning a Pokemon tournament and brings her a flashlight during a storm, and can not only be beat up by her, but by her pet chicken too. Oh, and she's conveniently immune to Slendy and the Rake's powers, and is special in almost every way. MarySue much? In any case, you simply cannot be afraid of a Slenderman who is afraid of a silkie chicken, brings frightened girls flashlights, and gives people Reeses candy for winning a video game tournament.

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* [[http://wwwrunningwonthelp-lya.blogspot.com/ H(a)unting]] is a blog about three people and their encounters with SlenderMan, [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]], who is one of the most genuinely creepy mythos creatures out there, particularly considering his origin - with the Rake and a second Slender-creature known as //IT// showing up later - and the Rake is essentially the main character's dog, Slenderman gives her candy for winning a Pokemon tournament and brings her a flashlight during a storm, and can not only be beat up by her, but by her pet chicken too. Oh, and she's conveniently immune to Slendy and the Rake's powers, and is special in almost every way. MarySue much? In any case, you simply cannot be afraid of a Slenderman who is afraid of a silkie chicken, brings frightened girls flashlights, and gives people Reeses candy for winning a video game tournament.
6th Apr '17 6:01:34 AM catmuto
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* ''VideoGame/UntilDawn'': The Wendigo are meant to be absolutely terrifying, but can easily fall into this. The UsefulNotes/{{Wendigo}} is a creature that occurs when a human commits cannibalism; eating human flesh transforms them into a giant, creepy ''thing'' that has no lips or toes and the skin is pulled away from the teeth. Sounds utterly dreadful, but the Wendigo in this game don't come across as that. Mostly because they stumble and squirm around by walking on all fours and looking like clumsy spiders. There's also the case of [[spoiler:Wendigo Hannah]] still walking around with underwear on.

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* ''VideoGame/UntilDawn'': The Wendigo are meant to be absolutely terrifying, but can easily fall into this. The UsefulNotes/{{Wendigo}} {{Wendigo}} is a creature that occurs when a human commits cannibalism; eating human flesh transforms them into a giant, creepy ''thing'' that has no lips or toes and the skin is pulled away from the teeth. Sounds utterly dreadful, but the Wendigo in this game don't come across as that. Mostly because they stumble and squirm around by walking on all fours and looking like clumsy spiders. There's also the case of [[spoiler:Wendigo Hannah]] still walking around with underwear on.
6th Apr '17 6:00:06 AM catmuto
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* ''VideoGame/UntilDawn'': The Wendigo are meant to be absolutely terrifying, but can easily fall into this. The UsefulNotes/{{Wendigo}} is a creature that occurs when a human commits cannibalism; eating human flesh transforms them into a giant, creepy ''thing'' that has no lips or toes and the skin is pulled away from the teeth. Sounds utterly dreadful, but the Wendigo in this game don't come across as that. Mostly because they stumble and squirm around by walking on all fours and looking like clumsy spiders. There's also the case of [[spoiler:Wendigo Hannah]] still walking around with underwear on.
4th Apr '17 8:24:57 AM Siempie
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* ''Videogame/Portal2'' has Wheatley tell a ghost story as you follow him over a conveyor belt full of mangled and crushed robot parts. Of course, {{SelfDemonstrating/Wheatley}} [[TheDitz being]] [[IdiotBall Wheatley]], it doesn't have quite the impact he intended it to have.
-->'''Wheatley:''' They say the old caretaker of this place went absolutely crazy. Chopped up his entire staff... of robots. All of them robots. They say at night you can still hear the screams... of their replicas. All of them functionally indistinguishable from the originals. No memory of the incident. Nobody knows what they're screaming about. Absolutely terrifying. Though obviously not paranormal in any meaningful way.
** There is a grain of truth in his story though. There is a room in Aperture, completely filled with screaming robots. [=GLaDOS=] built it for shits and giggles. [[spoiler: She contemplates sending Wheatley there for ten years after he's taken over her facility and [[BalefulPolymorph stuffed her]] [[ItMakesSenseInContext in a potato]].]]
2nd Apr '17 9:52:28 AM nombretomado
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* In Chapter 4 of ''PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'', there's a whole bunch of hype leading up to the chapter's villain. When you first arrive, you learn that he had cursed the bell to turn Twilight Town's residents into pigs whenever it tolls. Even the mayor falls victim to this! When you venture into the forest to get to this monster, you come upon a very creepy church like steeple. You fight through it to eventually reach the top... Only to find that the "monster" that was causing all this trouble is [[spoiler: a BedsheetGhost wearing a party hat and bowtie...]] Yeah, people laughed. But this trope is somewhat averted since he IS a real threat in that chapter and even becomes a recurring villain.

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* In Chapter 4 of ''PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'', ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'', there's a whole bunch of hype leading up to the chapter's villain. When you first arrive, you learn that he had cursed the bell to turn Twilight Town's residents into pigs whenever it tolls. Even the mayor falls victim to this! When you venture into the forest to get to this monster, you come upon a very creepy church like steeple. You fight through it to eventually reach the top... Only to find that the "monster" that was causing all this trouble is [[spoiler: a BedsheetGhost wearing a party hat and bowtie...]] Yeah, people laughed. But this trope is somewhat averted since he IS a real threat in that chapter and even becomes a recurring villain.
30th Mar '17 8:03:48 AM CumbersomeTercel
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** "The Web Planet", [[LoveItOrHateIt depending on whom you ask]], is either the kind of [[SurrealHorror surreally scary]] PlanetaryRomance that nightmares are made of, or six episodes of people in pathetically unconvincing rubber suits doing silly voices on a set the size of a shoebox.

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** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E5TheWebPlanet The Web Planet", Planet]]", [[LoveItOrHateIt depending on whom you ask]], is either the kind of [[SurrealHorror surreally scary]] PlanetaryRomance that nightmares are made of, or six episodes of people in pathetically unconvincing rubber suits doing silly voices on a set the size of a shoebox.



*** The Mechanoids in "The Chase" were a potential Dalek rival and were lavishly budgeted and merchandised. Looking like a D20 the size of a garden shed, and being about as maneuverable as one, did very little to make them conceivable threats. There's a whole EasterEgg on the DVD of "The Chase" in which various TalkingHeads all make fun of how rubbish they are.
*** The Chumblies in "Galaxy 4". They make strange thoughtful noises and look like metal walnut whips. They're also [[CuteMachines rather cute]]. And can you imagine hiding behind the sofa from a monster called a 'Chumblie'?

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*** The Mechanoids in "The Chase" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E8TheChase The Chase]]" were a potential Dalek rival and were lavishly budgeted and merchandised. Looking like a D20 the size of a garden shed, and being about as maneuverable as one, did very little to make them conceivable threats. There's a whole EasterEgg on the DVD of "The Chase" in which various TalkingHeads all make fun of how rubbish they are.
*** The Chumblies in "Galaxy 4"."[[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E1Galaxy4 Galaxy 4]]". They make strange thoughtful noises and look like metal walnut whips. They're also [[CuteMachines rather cute]]. And can you imagine hiding behind the sofa from a monster called a 'Chumblie'?



*** The War Machines in "The War Machines". In addition to being a ridiculous concept, it looks to have a goofy face on it.
*** The Quarks in "The Dominators". They were supposed to be PsychopathicManchild robots that act like delighted, giggling children while murdering and killing (and were actually played by children as adults couldn't fit into the suits). Their creators intended them to be the new Daleks (and even fell out over the IP rights to them). Between poor design, stupid squeaky voices and the extremely bad writing quality of the serial there was no possibility of this happening. New series fans might want to look at the Toclafane for the Quark concept done better.
*** The Krotons in "The Krotons" are actually a lot scarier than most of these (Creator/RobertHolmes deserves some credit here), and there's somewhat more creativity to their concept (being made of living crystal). Unfortunately the costumes were too short and so they were given skirts to hide the actors' legs. The top half is a TinCanRobot and the bottom half is a ballgown. Doesn't help that 'Krotons' sounds like '[[UnfortunateNames croutons]]' and they have [[WhatTheHellIsThatAccent inexplicable and unidentifiable accents (Brummie-Eastend-South African?)]]. Very strongly averted in the ''Literature/EighthDoctorAdventures'' book ''Alien Bodies'', which exploits all of the {{Narm}} associated with them to make it both hilarious and shocking when the twist reveals they've been slaughtering Daleks by the ton and trying to steal the Doctor's corpse.
** "The Underwater Menace" has "scary" {{Cyborg}} fish-people that look like harlequins in white onesies and don't actually do anything scary in the whole story, being CreepyGood. (The {{cliffhanger}} at the end of episode 1 where Polly is StrappedToAnOperatingTable, screaming and about to be surgically transformed into one is decently disturbing, though.)
** "Tomb of the Cybermen" (while scary) features Cybermats - tiny robot bugs - that the script acts as if are terrifying. Viewers mostly reported finding them cute, which the BBC [[MascotMook went along with]], at one point even running a promotion where viewers could write in and get sent vaccuum-formed Cybermat parts to assemble into a toy. The next story to feature the Cybermats, "The Wheel in Space", lampshaded this by having the Wheel staff react to the Cybermats as if they were cute while not making them any more harmless - one victim takes a Cybermat as a pet, and another even begs them to come closer before they kill him.
** "The Ark in Space" has the leader of a SleeperStarship containing the last remnants of humanity getting infected by TheVirus. He realises this in a famous {{Cliffhanger}} where, sweating with terror, he slowly takes his hand out of his pocket and sees that it is covered in green bubble wrap. The same story has everyone get menaced by a sort of larva represented by an actor crawling around on the floor in the same green bubble wrap. The story itself is well-written and very spooky, though.
** "The Talons of Weng-Chiang" has a subplot about a giant rat in the sewers of nineteenth century London. The effect was achieved by [[{{Slurpasaur}} filming an ordinary rat in a scale model of the sewer]] and intercutting it with reaction shots of the actors in the life-sized sewer set. We're already into {{Narm}} and SpecialEffectsFailure territory, but there's more. To complete the illusion, a nearly immobile life-sized giant rat was built. It looks jarringly different from the real rat, and is the exact opposite of threatening. This trope is in fullest effect in the cliffhanger where the camera dramatically zooms in to the cute rat plushie while the tense music reaches a crescendo.
** "The Invisible Enemy" has some surprisingly horrible bits in the first episode where the Doctor has been infected by a parasite that has taken over his body. We have seen the Doctor get {{Mind Rape}}d before this, but he always maintained his willpower (and the one time he did get broken in "Pyramids of Mars" the villain was interrupted before he could go very far with it), so it is the first time we see the Doctor fully possessed and [[AxCrazy about to hurt people]]. Unfortunately, the budget was really suffering by this point and the story is also a FantasticVoyagePlot with lazy ToiletHumor, which quickly destroys all horror one could feel.
*** "The Invisible Enemy" also reveals the Swarm, a pathetic looking iridescent space shrimp with adorable little kicky legs that giggles about taking over the universe. Even the Doctor seems to find it a real disappointment, complaining that it's a 'pathetic crustacean' and rolling his eyes.
** "Underworld" has characters facing a 'dragon' which turns out to be an electrified door. This isn't a case where this is a surprise for the characters - they know that it is an electrified door and just refer to it as a 'dragon'.
** "The Stones of Blood" has vampiric standing stone aliens. The writer intended for them to be realised onscreen as rocks that, when they move around, transform into rocklike humanoids. The director instead decided to go with StyrofoamRocks that move by sliding about and glowing an ugly shade of yellow.
** The Mandrels in "Nightmare on Eden" are rather cute and fluffy.
** "Meglos" has a power-crazy, sadomasochistic shapeshifting villain from a race that has a good enough understanding of technology to intimidate even the Time Lords, that is also a non-anthropormophic, non-animal, ''sessile'' [[PlantAliens cactus alien]]. It even has a little plant pot.
** "Survival" has a similar situation to "The Stones of Blood" - the writer pictured the cheetah-women as [[LittleBitBeastly normal, beautiful women with yellow eyes and fangs]], but the director decided to go with full fursuits. The writer was outraged by this - although more because it obscured the lesbian subtext than because it looked silly.
** The revived ''Series/DoctorWho'' has the Abzorbaloff. Imagine a slimy green sumo wrestler...with human faces sprouting from random places on its body. Probably justified as it was conceived by an 8-year old for a contest (although the original Abzorbaloff in the boy's mind was the size of ''[[NightmareFuel a double-decker bus]]''.) It might have intentionally been played this way by the writers, given that it was the MonsterOfTheWeek from possibly the biggest BizarroEpisode in the show's history.
** "The End of Time" involves an AssimilationPlot where just about every human being on Earth is suddenly and forcefully transformed into [[spoiler: The Master]]. Of course, this includes the women too, [[CrossDresser and the clothes aren't transformed.]] Pair that with [[spoiler: The Master's]] CrazyAwesome LargeHam tendencies, and it goes from NightmareFuel straight into comedy.

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*** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E10TheWarMachines The War Machines in "The War Machines".Machines]]. In addition to being a ridiculous concept, it looks to have a goofy face on it.
*** The Quarks in "The Dominators"."[[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E1TheDominators The Dominators]]". They were supposed to be PsychopathicManchild robots that act like delighted, giggling children while murdering and killing (and were actually played by children as adults couldn't fit into the suits). Their creators intended them to be the new Daleks (and even fell out over the IP rights to them). Between poor design, stupid squeaky voices and the extremely bad writing quality of the serial there was no possibility of this happening. New series fans might want to look at the Toclafane for the Quark concept done better.
*** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E4TheKrotons The Krotons in "The Krotons" Krotons]] are actually a lot scarier than most of these (Creator/RobertHolmes deserves some credit here), and there's somewhat more creativity to their concept (being made of living crystal). Unfortunately the costumes were too short and so they were given skirts to hide the actors' legs. The top half is a TinCanRobot and the bottom half is a ballgown. Doesn't help that 'Krotons' sounds like '[[UnfortunateNames croutons]]' and they have [[WhatTheHellIsThatAccent inexplicable and unidentifiable accents (Brummie-Eastend-South African?)]]. Very strongly averted in the ''Literature/EighthDoctorAdventures'' book ''Alien Bodies'', which exploits all of the {{Narm}} associated with them to make it both hilarious and shocking when the twist reveals they've been slaughtering Daleks by the ton and trying to steal the Doctor's corpse.
** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E5TheUnderwaterMenace The Underwater Menace" Menace]]" has "scary" {{Cyborg}} fish-people that look like harlequins in white onesies and don't actually do anything scary in the whole story, being CreepyGood. (The {{cliffhanger}} at the end of episode 1 where Polly is StrappedToAnOperatingTable, screaming and about to be surgically transformed into one is decently disturbing, though.)
** "Tomb "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E1TheTombOfTheCybermen The Tomb of the Cybermen" Cybermen]]" (while scary) features Cybermats - tiny robot bugs - that the script acts as if are terrifying. Viewers mostly reported finding them cute, which the BBC [[MascotMook went along with]], at one point even running a promotion where viewers could write in and get sent vaccuum-formed Cybermat parts to assemble into a toy. The next story to feature the Cybermats, "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E7TheWheelInSpace The Wheel in Space", Space]]", lampshaded this by having the Wheel staff react to the Cybermats as if they were cute while not making them any more harmless - one victim takes a Cybermat as a pet, and another even begs them to come closer before they kill him.
** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E2TheArkInSpace The Ark in Space" Space]]" has the leader of a SleeperStarship containing the last remnants of humanity getting infected by TheVirus. He realises this in a famous {{Cliffhanger}} where, sweating with terror, he slowly takes his hand out of his pocket and sees that it is covered in green bubble wrap. The same story has everyone get menaced by a sort of larva represented by an actor crawling around on the floor in the same green bubble wrap. The story itself is well-written and very spooky, though.
** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E6TheTalonsOfWengChiang The Talons of Weng-Chiang" Weng-Chiang]]" has a subplot about a giant rat in the sewers of nineteenth century London. The effect was achieved by [[{{Slurpasaur}} filming an ordinary rat in a scale model of the sewer]] and intercutting it with reaction shots of the actors in the life-sized sewer set. We're already into {{Narm}} and SpecialEffectsFailure territory, but there's more. To complete the illusion, a nearly immobile life-sized giant rat was built. It looks jarringly different from the real rat, and is the exact opposite of threatening. This trope is in fullest effect in the cliffhanger where the camera dramatically zooms in to the cute rat plushie while the tense music reaches a crescendo.
** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E2TheInvisibleEnemy The Invisible Enemy" Enemy]]" has some surprisingly horrible bits in the first episode where the Doctor has been infected by a parasite that has taken over his body. We have seen the Doctor get {{Mind Rape}}d before this, but he always maintained his willpower (and the one time he did get broken in "Pyramids of Mars" the villain was interrupted before he could go very far with it), so it is the first time we see the Doctor fully possessed and [[AxCrazy about to hurt people]]. Unfortunately, the budget was really suffering by this point and the story is also a FantasticVoyagePlot with lazy ToiletHumor, which quickly destroys all horror one could feel.
*** "The Invisible Enemy" also reveals the The Swarm, a pathetic looking iridescent space shrimp with adorable little kicky legs that giggles about taking over the universe. Even the Doctor seems to find it a real disappointment, complaining that it's a 'pathetic crustacean' and rolling his eyes.
** "Underworld" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E5Underworld Underworld]]" has characters facing a 'dragon' which turns out to be an electrified door. This isn't a case where this is a surprise for the characters - they know that it is an electrified door and just refer to it as a 'dragon'.
** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS16E3TheStonesOfBlood The Stones of Blood" Blood]]" has vampiric standing stone aliens. The writer intended for them to be realised onscreen as rocks that, when they move around, transform into rocklike humanoids. The director instead decided to go with StyrofoamRocks that move by sliding about and glowing an ugly shade of yellow.
** The Mandrels in "Nightmare on Eden" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E4NightmareOfEden Nightmare of Eden]]" are rather cute and fluffy.
** "Meglos" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E2Meglos Meglos]]" has a power-crazy, sadomasochistic shapeshifting villain from a race that has a good enough understanding of technology to intimidate even the Time Lords, that is also a non-anthropormophic, non-animal, ''sessile'' [[PlantAliens cactus alien]]. It even has a little plant pot.
** "Survival" The Myrka from "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E1WarriorsOfTheDeep Warriors of the Deep]]" is an infamous example, from its design, to it being a PantomimeAnimal, to it being slow, even for a classic ''Doctor Who'' monster, to the fact that it couldn't do much.
** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS26E4Survival Survival]]"
has a similar situation to "The Stones of Blood" - the writer pictured the cheetah-women as [[LittleBitBeastly normal, beautiful women with yellow eyes and fangs]], but the director decided to go with full fursuits. The writer was outraged by this - although more because it obscured the lesbian subtext than because it looked silly.
** The revived ''Series/DoctorWho'' has the Abzorbaloff.Abzorbaloff from "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E10LoveAndMonsters Love & Monsters]]". Imagine a slimy green sumo wrestler...with human faces sprouting from random places on its body. Probably justified as it was conceived by an 8-year old for a contest (although the original Abzorbaloff in the boy's mind was the size of ''[[NightmareFuel a double-decker bus]]''.) It might have intentionally been played this way by the writers, given that it was the MonsterOfTheWeek from possibly the biggest BizarroEpisode in the show's history.
** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime The End of Time" Time]]" involves an AssimilationPlot where just about every human being on Earth is suddenly and forcefully transformed into [[spoiler: The Master]]. Of course, this includes the women too, [[CrossDresser and the clothes aren't transformed.]] Pair that with [[spoiler: The Master's]] CrazyAwesome LargeHam tendencies, and it goes from NightmareFuel straight into comedy.
22nd Mar '17 6:45:15 AM BiffJr
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** Oh, it gets even better than that. As many people know Digimon names are formed of descriptive words put together and ending with "mon" for monster. The word "myotis" is Latin for bat, ok so far, but then we find that "malo" is the Spanish word simply meaning "bad". That's right, folks, the BigBad of Digimon 02 is the [[{{Narm}} Bad Bat Monster]].
*** And yet, "malo" is the word for "little" in many Slavic languages, which turns Bad Bat Monster into [[{{Narm}} Little Bat Monster]].
*** Contrast that to his original name's translation: Vamdemon=Vampire Demon Monster; Belial=the name given to Satan's form that is arisen upon the Earth during Armageddon.
*** In fact, if it weren't for his ColdBloodedTorture and downright ''sadistic'' murder of Arukenimon and Mummymon, he'd be impossible to take seriously.



--> '''Apocalymon:''' ''-[[EvilLaugh hysterical laugh]]-'' "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5COWiK3u6Lw WAIT A MINUTE, WHAT AM I LAUGHING AT?! I'M SUPPOSED TO BE DEPRESSED!]]"
2nd Mar '17 11:58:40 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* The 1986 version of ''Film/TheFly1986'' was kind of scary; the [[Film/TheFly1958 the older movie it was a remake of]], not so much. One of the biggest problems while filming the movie was having to cut the scenes short because Creator/VincentPrice couldn't help but laugh at co-star David Hedison's costume in the middle of filming. Many viewers had a similar problem.

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* The 1986 version of ''Film/TheFly1986'' was kind of scary; the [[Film/TheFly1958 the older movie it was a remake of]], not so much. One of the biggest problems while filming the movie was having to cut the scenes short because Creator/VincentPrice couldn't [[{{Corpsing}} help but laugh laugh]] at co-star David Hedison's costume in the middle of filming. Many viewers had a similar problem.
20th Feb '17 1:27:07 AM Mijin
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** It's a tough ask to find walking around open, grassy fields in sunshine scary. It's a bigger ask to buy that some people nevertheless manage to get run over by harvesters.
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