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18th Jun '17 9:59:47 AM nombretomado
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* In the same vein, WaltDisney became synonomous with "syrupy-sweet family fare," {{Bowdleri|se}}zed {{Fairy Tale}}s, and {{Disneyfication}} as an insult towards treating serious subject matter in a lighthearted, overly-simplistic way, but Disney Canon has a NightmareFuel [[NightmareFuel/{{Disney}} section as long as a football field]].

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* In the same vein, WaltDisney Creator/WaltDisney became synonomous with "syrupy-sweet family fare," {{Bowdleri|se}}zed {{Fairy Tale}}s, and {{Disneyfication}} as an insult towards treating serious subject matter in a lighthearted, overly-simplistic way, but Disney Canon has a NightmareFuel [[NightmareFuel/{{Disney}} section as long as a football field]].
17th Jun '17 7:46:54 PM Vir
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* {{Satan}} himself (or rather, his nephew, who is supposed to be a ''non''-fallen angel) gets this role in a segment of the animated film ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfMarkTwain'', based on his story "The Mysterious Stranger" ([[http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=cqi5F5MqqTQ&feature=related YouTube link]]). As if the [[UncannyValley unnerving animation]] wasn't enough, he builds an adorable little claymation village for the children to play with - and then kills all the residents brutally while [[HumansAreBastards talking about how silly and petty humanity is]]. Popular rumor to the contrary, this scene ''is'' on the DVD release of the movie, in all its glory, although it has been known to be cut out of TV airings.\\\

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* {{Satan}} himself (or rather, his nephew, who is supposed to be a ''non''-fallen angel) gets this role in a segment of the animated film ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfMarkTwain'', based on his story "The Mysterious Stranger" ([[http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=cqi5F5MqqTQ&feature=related com/watch?v=cqi5F5MqqTQ YouTube link]]). As if the [[UncannyValley unnerving animation]] wasn't enough, he builds an adorable little claymation village for the children to play with - and then kills all the residents brutally while [[HumansAreBastards talking about how silly and petty humanity is]]. Popular rumor to the contrary, this scene ''is'' on the DVD release of the movie, in all its glory, although it has been known to be cut out of TV airings.\\\



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Frankenweenie}}'': Weird Girl is a superstitious parody of a OracularUrchin who rambles all the time about her cat's prophetic powers. Needless to say she doesn’t fit in well with the other kids in New Holland, especially when she delivers her ominous pronouncements in a monotone voice with an unnerving stare, ''about them''.
* ''Film/AlphaAndOmega'' has Eve, a caring StepfordSmiler MamaBear who, because she's an AxCrazy {{Cloudcuckoolander}}, would make various death threats against anyone who would harm her loved ones, including ripping out wolf anatomy's and shoving them down their throats or grasp at another wolf until they stop moving. However some of the other wolves, such as [[PapaWolf Winston]] and [[OnlySaneMan Kate]], would be easily intimidated and shocked. Despite this, she believes that her threats would make a point.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Frankenweenie}}'': Weird Girl is a superstitious parody of a an OracularUrchin who rambles all the time about her cat's prophetic powers. Needless to say say, she doesn’t fit in well with the other kids in New Holland, especially when she delivers her ominous pronouncements in a monotone voice with an unnerving stare, ''about them''.
* ''Film/AlphaAndOmega'' has Eve, a caring StepfordSmiler MamaBear who, because she's an AxCrazy {{Cloudcuckoolander}}, would make various death threats against anyone who would harm her loved ones, including ripping out wolf anatomy's and shoving them down their throats or grasp at another wolf until they stop moving. However However, some of the other wolves, such as [[PapaWolf Winston]] and [[OnlySaneMan Kate]], would be easily intimidated and shocked. Despite this, she believes that her threats would make a point.point.
* Darla Dimple from ''WesternAnimation/CatsDontDance''. She's [[EnfanteTerrible evil]], but we don't know that at first... thus making her [[IAmSong introductory number]], about the Ark, really creepy:
-->'''Darla:''' Now, the people they were so bad\\
That the Lord made the rain come down!\\
And He washed away their bad cities,\\
And He washed away their bad towns--\\
And all of the people ''drowned''! ''('''Chorus:''' wails)''



* Darla Dimple from ''WesternAnimation/CatsDontDance''. She's [[EnfanteTerrible evil]], but we don't know that at first... thus making her [[IAmSong introductory number]], about the Ark, really creepy:
-->'''Darla:''' Now, the people they were so bad\\
That the Lord made the rain come down!\\
And He washed away their bad cities,\\
And He washed away their bad towns--\\
And all of the people ''drowned''! ''('''Chorus:''' wails)''
7th Jun '17 2:30:48 AM WillBGood
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** In fact, in the very first appearance of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' on ''The Tracy Ulman Show'', Marge used this nursery rhyme to put Maggie to sleep, only to scare the hell out of her.

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** In fact, in the very first appearance of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' on ''The Tracy Ulman Ullman Show'', Marge used this nursery rhyme to put Maggie to sleep, only to scare the hell out of her.
7th Jun '17 2:29:18 AM WillBGood
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** Then there's the appropriately-named episode "Cape Feare", where the Simpsons go into the Witness Relocation Program and move into a houseboat to protect Bart from Sideshow Bob. When Bart -- having been receiving death threats from Sideshow Bob, and understandably a little on-edge and fearful to begin with -- tries to go to sleep, Homer bursts in at the most inappropriate time brandishing a knife, yelling '''''"BARTDOYOUWANTSOMEBROWNIESBEFOREYOUGOTOBED?!"'''''. Seconds later he comes back in screaming '''''"BARTYOUWANNASEEMYNEW{{CHAINSAWANDHOCKEYMASK}}?!"'''''

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** Then there's the appropriately-named episode "Cape Feare", where the Simpsons go into the Witness Relocation Program and move into a houseboat to protect Bart from Sideshow Bob. When Bart -- having been receiving death threats from Sideshow Bob, and understandably a little on-edge and fearful to begin with -- tries to go to sleep, Homer bursts in at the most inappropriate time brandishing a knife, yelling '''''"BARTDOYOUWANTSOMEBROWNIESBEFOREYOUGOTOBED?!"'''''. Seconds later he comes back in screaming '''''"BARTYOUWANNASEEMYNEW{{CHAINSAWANDHOCKEYMASK}}?!"''''''''''"BARTYOUWANNASEEMYNEW[[HockeyMaskAndChainsaw CHAINSAWANDHOCKEYMASK]]?!"'''''
7th Jun '17 2:28:34 AM WillBGood
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** Then there's the appropriately-named episode "Cape Feare", where the Simpsons go into the Witness Relocation Program and move into a houseboat to protect Bart from Sideshow Bob. When Bart -- having been receiving death threats from Sideshow Bob, and understandably a little on-edge and fearful to begin with -- tries to go to sleep, Homer bursts in at the most inappropriate time brandishing a knife, yelling '''''"BARTDOYOUWANTSOMEBROWNIESBEFOREYOUGOTOBED?!"'''''. Seconds later he comes back in dressed in full Jason Voorhees gear, screaming '''''"BARTYOUWANNASEEMYNEWCHAINSAWANDHOCKEYMASK?!"'''''

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** Then there's the appropriately-named episode "Cape Feare", where the Simpsons go into the Witness Relocation Program and move into a houseboat to protect Bart from Sideshow Bob. When Bart -- having been receiving death threats from Sideshow Bob, and understandably a little on-edge and fearful to begin with -- tries to go to sleep, Homer bursts in at the most inappropriate time brandishing a knife, yelling '''''"BARTDOYOUWANTSOMEBROWNIESBEFOREYOUGOTOBED?!"'''''. Seconds later he comes back in dressed in full Jason Voorhees gear, screaming '''''"BARTYOUWANNASEEMYNEWCHAINSAWANDHOCKEYMASK?!"''''''''''"BARTYOUWANNASEEMYNEW{{CHAINSAWANDHOCKEYMASK}}?!"'''''
7th Jun '17 2:26:15 AM WillBGood
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* From the ''[[Webcomic/NatureOfNaturesArt NofNA]]'' AprilFools strip: [[http://www.nofna.com/index2.php?chapter=Pika Pikachu's new trainer]].

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* From the ''[[Webcomic/NatureOfNaturesArt NofNA]]'' AprilFools strip: [[http://www.nofna.com/index2.php?chapter=Pika com/?T=1-1-999-1 Pikachu's new trainer]].
7th Jun '17 2:07:43 AM WillBGood
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* [[Manga/RaveMaster Let's bury the dog. That'll make him all better]]

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* %%* [[Manga/RaveMaster Let's bury the dog. That'll make him all better]]
3rd Jun '17 2:08:33 PM MoonByte
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* ''VideoGame/LayersOfFear'' has the artist and protagonist. Not only does he take his house crumbling into Wonderland-esce madness quite well, he also saw nothing wrong with submitting a ''very'', '''very''' violent and gory version of Little Red Riding Hood as illustrations for a childrens book. In general does his art get really disturbing over time, but he sees nothing wrong with that, to the shock and horror of those that initially loved his work.
20th May '17 5:41:46 PM nombretomado
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* [[WarningReadersAdvisory The Nachzehrer]] is a strange cross between this and FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire.

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* [[WarningReadersAdvisory [[WebVideo/WarningReadersAdvisory The Nachzehrer]] is a strange cross between this and FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire.
1st May '17 6:09:12 AM Derkhan
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* ''Literature/TheSouthernReachTrilogy'': Name a particularly disturbing scene in ''Authority'' or ''Acceptance'', any scene. Chances are, Whitby figures into it somehow. It starts with Control discovering Whitby's [[spoiler:nightmarish wall paintings of Area X, with Whitby chilling out on a storage rack among them]], and goes to [[spoiler:Whitby fighting his own clone at the lighthouse.]]
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