Hell Is That Noise: Web Original

  • Atop the Fourth Wall: The Spoony One hearing the noise that the Entity makes when it's claiming one of its victims. Then the creepy laugh that follows it. When hears it, he actually says the trope name word for word.
    • Even worse when you realize that IT'S NOT JUST A RANDOM NOISE. Hhhhhhhhhhuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmmmmmmmaaaaaaannnnnnnnnn...
      • Is it talking to the victims, or...?
  • In Diamanda Hagan's review of Sextette, she dubs over Dom Deluise's musical number with "something a little more pleasant". In the ending credits, she reveals what the noise was; an angry Tasmanian Devil.
  • In the review of Scooby-Doo, The Nostalgia Critic's trips to purgatory are punctuated with one tone getting louder and louder, not unlike the Joker's theme in The Dark Knight.
  • Marble Hornets: Coughing and audio distortions are the two big ones. The deep imitation of a human voice done by the Operator also counts, though it's a lot rarer.
    The Operator: Happy birthday to you... happy birthday to... you... Happy... birthday, dear Alex... Happy... birthday... to you...
  • There Will Be Brawl:
    • Lakitu, since Episode 6, finds terror in Mario's laughter after Mario runs him over with a Yoshi. (Ironic in that this happens while he is reporting that the kingdom is rid of the Mario Brothers.)
    • The electronic chirps and beeps of the Game & Watches.
    Fox: What is wrong? What is noises?
    • Absolutely, the off-screen sound of Ness' bat scraping on the ground.
  • Don't Hug me I'm Scared has an extremely corrupted violin-like noise at the end.
    • That's not a violin, it's a woodwind instrument being played very badly.
  • You Awaken In Razor Hill. Scr@pe
    • An interesting variation, because the story is in second person, you the audience is the main character hearing the sounds.
    • Also features cloth rustling sounds, things in the dark, and various other stock Horror movie sound effects. Constantly. Until right at the end. The Narrator actually comments at that point that this is the first time it's ever been ''completely silent'' since you woke up in Razor Hill. Meaning the sounds were so constant, you mentally tuned them out to the point where you don't realize they were still there until they are gone.
  • Cammy's screech in the intro to A Couple of Cunts in the Countryside's ghosts episode.