Nightmare Fuel / Clue

  • One of the children's books of the series ends with Mr. Green being strangled by Mr. Boddy's pet snake. Green begs for help, but Boddy just pulls up a chair and says he wants to watch. Pretty dark for a kids' book based on a board game.
  • Clue: Murder at Boddy Mansion uses Uncanny Valley 3D graphics. Any time you make a suggestion of who killed Boddy, and where, and with what, the game pulls up a little animation that depicts his death from the murdered man's point of view, complete with a Scare Chord. The cold, dead stare that the poorly designed faces have as they peer at him just makes the whole thing worse. This version of the game is rated T for a damn good reason.
  • You want a reason to fear Mrs. White? Play the Genesis version of Clue and suggest/interrogate/accuse her with the knife. Good luck sleeping after that.
  • The fourth and fifth murders in the movie. First, Yvette walks into a dark room. An unknown voice tells them to lock the door, and asks them if anyone saw them. Yvette answers in an different accent, only to switch back to scream "It's you!" as they get strangled with the rope. Then we cut to the cop telling someone on the phone that they are genuinely afraid, only for the murderer to use the lead pipe to hang up the phone, then bash their head in.