* "Hey, you wanna see something ''really'' scary?"
* Anthony brings [[spoiler:a demented-looking [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Tazmanian Devil]]-like character out out of the TV into real life and [[UncannyValley it looks almost real]]]]. Then he brings his (false) sister into the cartoon world and robs another of her mouth. The world he creates is demented in and of itself. He also summons a demonic rabbit out of hat. What's worse, he has no idea why people would find his ideas of Toons frightening.
** The photo of the people with no faces and that scary unsettling noise when Helen looked at the picture.
** when Anthony's friend, Helen tries to get out of the house and opens the door and sees a huge eye, ahhh! really nightmare fuel!
* The gremlin standing outside Mr. Valentine's window, which makes his eyes bulge out in a creepy way when he sees it.
** The opening to the segment, with him suffering a panic attack in the airplane bathroom. The claustrophobic cinematography, driving, pulsating string soundtrack and John Lithgow's convincing acting are all highly unsettling and do a great job at putting the viewer on edge.
** VisualEffectsOfAwesome: The gremlin in the original episode was simply an actor in makeup. Here, however, the creature is much more frightening in appearance; when it's revealed in full at the end, it's a horrifying payoff.
* The helicopter accident that killed Vic Morrow and the two kids he was carrying. Vic and one of the kids were ''[[OffWithHisHead decapitated]]''! [[http://www.crimelibrary.com/notorious_murders/not_guilty/twilight_zone/2.html The actual description of what happened on set is even more disturbing]]:
-->''The helicopter went out of control.''
-->''In the water, Morrow dropped Renee Chen. He grabbed at her but the helicopter's right skid slammed into the child, killing her. Then its whirling main rotor ripped off the middle-aged actor's head and the head, a shoulder, and an arm of 7-year old My-ca.''
-->''"That's a wrap!" John Landis shouted through the loudspeaker and the standard, banal words signaling the end of filming day sounded sickeningly incongruous. "Leave your equipment where it is. Everyone go home. Please, everyone go home."''
** The behind the scenes footage of the incident, taken here from the 1990 film ''Traces Of Death'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ru6I9Cc9XnE as shown here]]. '''It's just as horrifying visually as it is reading about it'''. Though not graphic due to the distance the camera filmed it plus the splashing of the water obscuring the crash on impact, it's recommended not watching it if you want to sleep at night.