History NightmareFuel / ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated

29th Aug '16 5:05:52 PM MarkLungo
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Quite possibly the first ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' series that can legitimately frighten small children, with the first episode being fairly frightening for a Scooby-Doo series in itself. The "monsters" go far beyond scaring people or kidnapping witnesses. The final episode itself takes the cake.

* The intro with the Warner Brothers logo accompanied with the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes theme done in creepy organ, surrounded by green fog, is quite [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79lJ27C6pn8 nerve-wracking.]]
* The episode title cards are on a [[NothingIsScarier black background]] accompanied by eerily serene natures sounds that have an unsettling sense about them.

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Quite possibly the first ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' series that can legitimately frighten small children, with the first episode being fairly frightening for a Scooby-Doo ''Scooby-Doo'' series in itself. The "monsters" go far beyond scaring people or kidnapping witnesses. The final episode itself takes the cake.

* The intro with the Warner Brothers Creator/WarnerBros logo accompanied with the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes theme done in creepy organ, surrounded by green fog, is quite [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79lJ27C6pn8 nerve-wracking.]]
* The episode {{episode title cards card}}s are on a [[NothingIsScarier black background]] accompanied by eerily serene natures sounds that have an unsettling sense about them.
9th May '16 10:31:13 PM erforce
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* The Fright Hound, the shriek it makes rivals the Man Crab in spookiness. The fact that armed guards at a [[InterestingSituationDuel maximum security animal asylum]] unload everything they have at him and he still keeps coming, just brings the terror beyond what some might think possible for a Scooby Doo episode. [[spoiler:Its "skin" gets shot off revealing a [[{{Terminator}} T-600]]-esque visage underneath]]. Did we mention it also looks like a more intimidating version of Scooby himself?

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* The Fright Hound, the shriek it makes rivals the Man Crab in spookiness. The fact that armed guards at a [[InterestingSituationDuel maximum security animal asylum]] unload everything they have at him and he still keeps coming, just brings the terror beyond what some might think possible for a Scooby Doo episode. [[spoiler:Its "skin" gets shot off revealing a [[{{Terminator}} [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} T-600]]-esque visage underneath]]. Did we mention it also looks like a more intimidating version of Scooby himself?



** He basically looks like a cross between ComicBook/JonahHex and the {{Terminator}}.

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** He basically looks like a cross between ComicBook/JonahHex and the {{Terminator}}.Franchise/{{Terminator}}.
14th Jan '16 8:46:56 PM superboy313
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** [[spoiler: First of all, its appearance is VERY disturbing. Consisting of a dark green mass of tentacles with a NightmareFace. Oh, and it has green eyes with an eerie glow.]]

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** [[spoiler: First of all, its appearance is VERY disturbing. Consisting downright HORRIFYING; consisting of a dark green mass of tentacles with a NightmareFace. Oh, and it has green eyes with an eerie glow.]]
26th Nov '15 5:04:51 PM superboy313
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** [[spoiler: First of all, its appearance is VERY disturbing. Consisting of a dark green mass of tentacles with a NightmareFace. Oh, and it has green eyes with an eerie glow.]]
14th Jul '15 7:13:21 PM Axslayer33
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** Also the death of [[spoiler: Marcy.]] It happens offscreen, sure, but the show makes it very clear that someone was actually shot to death. On a Scooby Doo show.

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** Also the death of [[spoiler: Marcy.]] It happens offscreen, sure, but the show makes it very clear that someone was actually shot to death. On a Scooby Doo show. With a Gatling gun.
7th Jul '15 11:17:11 AM nombretomado
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* The intro with the Warner Brothers logo accompanied with the LooneyTunes theme done in creepy organ, surrounded by green fog, is quite [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79lJ27C6pn8 nerve-wracking.]]

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* The intro with the Warner Brothers logo accompanied with the LooneyTunes WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes theme done in creepy organ, surrounded by green fog, is quite [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79lJ27C6pn8 nerve-wracking.]]
10th Jun '15 12:09:51 PM Redmess
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** Scooby's nervous breakdown at the beginning of the episode is quite unsettling to look at. Thankfully, he snaps out of it soon.
9th Jun '15 5:22:05 AM Redmess
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** Later, it is revealed that [[spoiler: the Darrows used to be a previous Mystery Inc gang. And THIS is how they came to their end. Cursed treasure, indeed.]]
16th May '15 7:04:42 AM erforce
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** Some of the more elaborate deadly traps resemble the ones from ''Film/{{Saw}}''.

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** Some of the more elaborate deadly traps resemble the ones from ''Film/{{Saw}}''.''Franchise/{{Saw}}''.
3rd May '15 2:16:29 PM johnnycade7
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**The atmosphere of the series can be ''extremely eerie'' sometimes. Tame by other media standards but terrifying by Scooby-Doo standards. The first offender is the second episode with the reds and blacks and browns of the landscape making it look hellish and incredibly unnerving.
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