Nightmare Fuel: TRON: Uprising
- Tron, of all people, takes a turn for the terrifying in the "Scars" two-parter.
Tron: (to Dyson) You watched me die? I'll watch you die.
- His facial scars expanding to their horrific full extent helps quite a bit in this regard.
- The torture scene in Tron's backstory. It's mostly shown on screen, with Tron strapped to a table and Dyson just cutting away at him with a buzz-saw. When the camera changes to a shot of the guards right outside the lab, there are bright flashes of light visible through the door every time the buzz-saw revs up and cuts into Tron. Then he does it to Tron's face. Jeez...
- Pavel's "test run" of his restored upgrade disc in "Rendezvous". He gleefully murders a group of prisoners. His smile just before is incredibly off-putting. To say nothing of his manic laughter and psychotic expression whilst he does it.
- Gorn at the end of the same episode. Faces are not supposed to do that.
- Code worms (again from "Rendezvous"). Dear Users, code worms. They're essentially the Grid equivalent of Ceti Eels (except they enter through a Program's eye sockets), they can be used to implant false memories within a Program's code or disc or to delete real ones, and they can cause hideous physical damage to a Program when mishandled (a mishap with a code worm is implied to be responsible for the hole that obliterated one of Gorn's eyes and goes all the way through her head).
- Some of the deaths in this show look like stuff out of a horror movie. For instance: A soldier bisected by the waist, dragging himself across the floor, while bleeding pixels all over the place.
- In Dyson's flashback in "Scars, Part 1" at the gathering of Tron, Dyson, Clu and Flynn, Clu's Evil Twin tendencies are shown in a rather jarring way. He stands behind Flynn, emulating his movements, but unlike Flynn who smiles in a friendly and almost fatherly way, Clu's expression is a wicked Psychotic Smirk.
- The faces Cutler makes as he dies.
- Oh my god, Cyrus! His debut episode and the Not Quite Dead at the end were appropriately creepy.