Nightmare Fuel / SourceFed

Inevitably, some stories fall under this:
  • Crazy people are... Well, crazy. But when one of them stabs himself over 50 times, and then throw his own intestines at the cops sent to arrest him... Both Joe and Elliott are very disturbed by this story.
  • One guy tried to eat someone's face.
  • Transforming your dead cat into an helicopter is not right. And freaking disturbing.
  • A (former) Porn Star killed his gay lover, ate some parts of him, dismembered him, and they sent parts of his body to local politicians. And he filmed it. (Link)
  • Steve has given off the impression that he is afraid of having children, many times.
  • During the Forging Daggers with MAN AT ARMS video, Tony Swatton tells them the story of a producer who threw his common sense in the trash and ended up hurting himself terribly. Wondering if a knife is sharp? Hey, why not trying to slide the blade on your own bare hand in order to check the sharpness? Congratulations! You cut your thumb to the bone! After getting first-aid and bandages, he grabs a piece of boiling hot steel (by boiling hot, we mean 900 degrees) with the same hand, and has his skin peeled off. It gets worse! Screaming, he decides to plunge his maimed hand into a barrel of water... except that he instead plunged it into a barrel of acid. Thrisha and Meg are horrified. Cue Mood Whiplash.
    Bryan: And I'll be Tony in this situation: No... Stop... *cue laughter*
  • The promos for Super Panic Frenzy's introduction tend to be either montages of mangled pictures of the hosts or "subliminal" messages.
  • Before Joe Bereta left, Trisha remarked on her personal channel a couple of times that Reina was actually rather strange, but didn't show it much on camera. With Steve Zaragoza replacing Joe as creative director and Reina getting much more creative leeway on Super Panic Frenzy, it turns out that her humor is not just strange, but dark to the point of being terrifying. Which, you know, is actually pretty fun if you're into that sort of thing.
  • Not that it's surprising, having Bree and Steve be two of the main writers on Nuclear Family has opened us up to some rather dark humor.