History NightmareFuel / BeautyAndTheBeast

30th Apr '17 3:17:55 PM dsneybuf
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** If you listen carefully, when watching the Special Extended Edition, you can hear breaking glass and wood as she rides away. The Beast is destroying things in the West Wing again, likely with even more ferocity than when Belle nearly touched the enchanted rose.

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** If you listen carefully, when watching the Special Extended Edition, you can hear breaking glass and wood as she rides away. The Beast is destroying things in the West Wing again, likely with even more ferocity than when Belle nearly touched the enchanted rose.[[note]]On the 2002 Platinum Edition DVD, these sounds also play in the "Original" and Work-in-Progress Editions, due to Disney using almost the exact same soundtracks for all three versions.[[/note]]
17th Apr '17 9:02:13 AM Pamina
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* Overlapping with {{Tearjerker}}: After Belle leaves to take care of her father, the Beast bays out of sorrow. The scene quickly cuts to Belle riding out of the castle as quickly as possible with a look of terror on her face. It's all too clear in that moment that while the Beast has grown on her, she still hasn't forgotten his ugly side.

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* Overlapping with {{Tearjerker}}: After Belle leaves to take care of her father, the Beast bays out of sorrow. After watching him become more gentle and human-like throughout the film, it's both heartbreaking and horrifying to see him revert to animalistic roaring. The scene quickly cuts to Belle riding out of the castle as quickly as possible with a look of terror on her face. It's all too clear in that moment that while the Beast has grown on her, she still hasn't forgotten his ugly side.
17th Apr '17 8:59:30 AM Pamina
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* Also consider the Beast's death itself, the placement of the wound looks like Gaston stabbed him and punctured his lung (and knowing [[EgomaniacHunter Gaston]], knew exactly ''where'' to stab him to do it), which is a truly ''agonizing'' way to die.
** He is also visibly bleeding from that wound.

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* Also consider the Beast's death itself, the placement of the wound looks like Gaston stabbed him and punctured his lung (and knowing [[EgomaniacHunter Gaston]], knew exactly ''where'' to stab him to do it), which is a truly ''agonizing'' way to die.
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die. His obvious pain and struggling to breathe as he says his last words to Belle combine this trope with {{Tear Jerker}}. He is also visibly bleeding from that wound.



** If you recall that she has a human form as a housemaid, this could be considered the same thing as rape, [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil which is so much worse.]]
** It could be considered rape if you parallel the feathers for a woman's skirt. The chuckling from the villager and Lumiere's reaction add to the effect. Consider that Lumiere probably gave that guy 3rd degree burns which seems a little harsh otherwise.

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** If you recall that she has a human form as a housemaid, housemaid and that her feathers correspond to her skirt, this could be considered the same thing as rape, [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil which is so much worse.]]
** It could be considered rape if you parallel the feathers for a woman's skirt.
]] The chuckling from the villager and Lumiere's reaction add to the effect. Consider that Lumiere probably gave that guy 3rd degree burns which seems a little harsh otherwise.




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** A tiny, blink-and-you'll-miss-it image as the camera zooms in on the enchanted rose in the West Wing: on the balcony just outside, we see a stone face carved into the wall that looks like it's ''screaming.'' It's as if the castle itself were [[AndIMustScream silently screaming in agony]] over the curse.
17th Apr '17 8:43:36 AM Pamina
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* The Beast when Belle disobeys him and goes into the West Wing. For the only time in the movie Belle seems to be in danger of actual physical harm from him.
** On top of that, the way he yells can be enough to scare a child.

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* The Beast when Belle disobeys him and goes into the West Wing. For the only time in the movie Belle seems to be in danger of actual physical harm from him.
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him, as he smashes furniture in rage with single blows of his paws. On top of that, the way he yells can be enough to scare a child.
9th Apr '17 9:58:00 AM SinDustries
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** And speaking of which, Lefou and the other villagers were given a right scare when they realized that everything in that kitchen was alive and hostile, including the stove (complete with EvilLaugh) and the ''cutlery.'' Yeah, they hightailed it out of there quick, fast, and in a hurry.
21st Mar '17 7:38:42 AM Chris116
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** When Phillipe runs off, leaving Maurice alone, all the man can do is mutter "[[LittleNo oh no]]" to himself as storm clouds gather. Maurice then hears an ominous growl, and sees three wolves off in the distance, staring him down. The image by itself is NothingIsScarier as they simply stare down the camera, sizing you up from a distance. Maurice appropriately takes off running, and the wolves are able to cover the ground between them and Maurice in ''moments''.
28th Feb '17 6:05:58 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* In the stage version, the servants who have been turned into objects are [[BodyHorror gradually turning into full-fledged inanimate objects.]] They even comment on a few servants that this has already happened to.

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* In the stage version, the servants who have been turned into objects are [[BodyHorror gradually turning into full-fledged inanimate objects.]] They even comment on a few servants that this has already happened to.to (including a "dumb as a brick" coworker who ''is the wall behind the stove'').



*** Even if the hypothetical boy turned out to be a hunter, like is father, Gaston's ego is still a force to be reckoned with. What happens if they're remarkably worse at it, or heaven forbid, [[AlwaysSomeoneBetter better]] at it than him? His children may very well be pushed into DoWellButNotPerfect territory, and since the villagers have been supportive of Gaston up to this point, there's no doubt they'd still follow him up to this point, which could mean either A) his kids adopt this as normal behavior, with the only dissenting figure in their life being their mother (and at this point, it's clear things did not go well for her), B) the villagers would adopt some or all of his child-rearing tactics, subjecting the other children to this kind of treatment, or C) both of the above. This is to say nothing of what happens if they all turn out like Gaston...

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*** Even if the hypothetical boy turned out to be a hunter, like is his father, Gaston's ego is still a force to be reckoned with. What happens if they're remarkably worse at it, or heaven forbid, [[AlwaysSomeoneBetter better]] at it than him? His children may very well be pushed into DoWellButNotPerfect territory, and since the villagers have been supportive of Gaston up to this point, there's no doubt they'd still follow him up to this point, which could mean either A) his kids adopt this as normal behavior, with the only dissenting figure in their life being their mother (and at this point, it's clear things did not go well for her), B) the villagers would adopt some or all of his child-rearing tactics, subjecting the other children to this kind of treatment, or C) both of the above. This is to say nothing of what happens if they all turn out like Gaston...
3rd Feb '17 11:07:53 AM jlennox
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* JumpScare: "WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE?!"
26th Oct '16 8:26:16 PM dsneybuf
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** If you listen carefully, you can hear breaking glass and wood as she rides away. The Beast is destroying things in the West Wing again, likely with even more ferocity than when Belle nearly touched the enchanted rose.

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** If you listen carefully, when watching the Special Extended Edition, you can hear breaking glass and wood as she rides away. The Beast is destroying things in the West Wing again, likely with even more ferocity than when Belle nearly touched the enchanted rose.
4th Oct '16 11:46:00 AM timrulez
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* Gaston's "proposal" to Belle, which is basically a G-rated rape scene. The way he follows her around the room, telling her what their marriage would be like and how many kids they would have, along with him trying to kiss her at the end, is all very unsettling.
* The very beginning of the movie can be scary for younger viewers. The eerie music combined with the stained glass pictures, while both beautiful things when you're an adult, can make kids not want to watch the movie at all.
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