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* "Captain Sternn", where a trial-witness named Hanover Fiste gets increasingly angry whenever the prosecutor asks him questions because of the Loc-Nar's influence, eventually turning into an Incredible Hulk-like thing and chasing after the titular defendant.

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* "Captain Sternn", where a trial-witness named Hanover Fiste gets increasingly angry whenever the prosecutor asks him questions because of the Loc-Nar's influence, eventually turning into an Incredible Hulk-like thing and chasing after the titular defendant. Hellbent on murdering him.


** As if flying what amounts to a tomb with wings isn't bad enough, the plane encounters the Loc Nar and promptly develops ''a zombie plague'', who attack the last survivor, the pilot. He bails out of his zombie-filled aircraft and parachutes down - only to find additional zombies there, waiting to feast on his flesh. {{NightmareFuel/AnimatedFilms|If you're truly feeling brave enough, the image is here.}}

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** As if flying what amounts to a tomb with wings isn't bad enough, the plane encounters the Loc Nar and promptly develops ''a zombie plague'', who attack the last survivor, the pilot. He bails out of his zombie-filled aircraft and parachutes down - only to find additional zombies there, waiting to feast on his flesh. {{NightmareFuel/AnimatedFilms|If [[NightmareFuel/AnimatedFilms If you're truly feeling brave enough, the image is here.}}]]


** As if flying what amounts to a tomb with wings isn't bad enough, the plane encounters the Loc Nar and promptly develops ''a zombie plague'', who attack the last survivor, the pilot. He bails out of his zombie-filled aircraft and parachutes down - only to find additional zombies there, waiting to feast on his flesh.

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** As if flying what amounts to a tomb with wings isn't bad enough, the plane encounters the Loc Nar and promptly develops ''a zombie plague'', who attack the last survivor, the pilot. He bails out of his zombie-filled aircraft and parachutes down - only to find additional zombies there, waiting to feast on his flesh. {{NightmareFuel/AnimatedFilms|If you're truly feeling brave enough, the image is here.}}


** The whole short is definite proof that horror is just as effective in animation as in live-action.
* "Captain Sternn", where a trial-witness gets increasingly angry whenever the prosecutor asks him questions -- eventually turning into an Incredible Hulk-like thing and chasing after the defendant.

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** The whole short is definite proof that horror is can be just as effective in animation as in live-action.
* "Captain Sternn", where a trial-witness named Hanover Fiste gets increasingly angry whenever the prosecutor asks him questions -- because of the Loc-Nar's influence, eventually turning into an Incredible Hulk-like thing and chasing after the titular defendant.



** The Loc Nar is also unsettling. Its voice gives you shivers, as does the things it says.

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** The Loc Nar is also unsettling. Its voice gives can give you shivers, as does the things it says.


** Fridge horror if you go back to just when the zombies bust into the cockpit. The first zombie in has no hat and seems to have the same hair style as the copilot that went to check things in the back. This means the that the copilot who went to check and was brutally killed with GoryDiscretionaryShot (while blood and struggling is shown we don't actually see the copilot ripped apart) by a zombie then became one himself.

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** Fridge horror if you go back to just when the zombies bust into the cockpit. The first zombie in has no hat and seems to have the same hair style as the copilot that went to check things in the back. This means the that the copilot who went to check and was brutally killed with GoryDiscretionaryShot GoryDiscretionShot (while blood and struggling is shown we don't actually see the copilot ripped apart) by a zombie then became one himself.

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** Fridge horror if you go back to just when the zombies bust into the cockpit. The first zombie in has no hat and seems to have the same hair style as the copilot that went to check things in the back. This means the that the copilot who went to check and was brutally killed with GoryDiscretionaryShot (while blood and struggling is shown we don't actually see the copilot ripped apart) by a zombie then became one himself.


** As if flying what amounts to a tomb with wings isn't bad enough, the plane encounters the Loc Nar and promptly develops a ''a zombie plague'', who attack the surviving crew. Definite proof that horror is just as effective in animation as in live-action.

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** As if flying what amounts to a tomb with wings isn't bad enough, the plane encounters the Loc Nar and promptly develops a ''a zombie plague'', who attack the surviving crew. Definite last survivor, the pilot. He bails out of his zombie-filled aircraft and parachutes down - only to find additional zombies there, waiting to feast on his flesh.
** The whole short is definite
proof that horror is just as effective in animation as in live-action.


** During a night bombing raid, one particularly unlucky B-17 bomber is shot to pieces by both enemy fighters and AA flak. All its crew are killed but the pilot and co-pilot, each more messily than the last. And the true nightmare fuel is that ''a lot of bomber crewmen died that way in real life.''

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** During a night bombing raid, one particularly unlucky B-17 bomber is shot to pieces by both enemy fighters and AA AAA flak. All its crew are killed but the pilot and co-pilot, each more messily than the last. And the true nightmare fuel is that ''a lot of bomber crewmen died that way in real life.''


** During a night bombing raid, one particularly unlucky B-17 bomber is shot to pieces by both enemy fighters and AA flak. All its crew are killed but the pilot and co-pilot, each more messily than the last. And the true nightmare fuel is that ''a lot of bomber crewmen died that way in real life.''

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** During a night bombing raid, one particularly unlucky B-17 bomber is shot to pieces by both enemy fighters and AA flak. All its crew are killed but the pilot and co-pilot, each more messily than the last. last. And the true nightmare fuel is that ''a lot of bomber crewmen died that way in real life.''


* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyTInhPFl-g "B-17"]], which features not only most of the bomber plane's crew being killed in big bloody messes to the tune of a driving heavy metal song, but then it has a ''a zombie plague''. Definite proof that horror is just as effective in animation as in live-action.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyTInhPFl-g "B-17"]], "B-17", which features not only most of two chapters, each more horrifying than the last:
** During a night bombing raid, one particularly unlucky B-17
bomber plane's is shot to pieces by both enemy fighters and AA flak. All its crew being are killed in big bloody messes to but the tune pilot and co-pilot, each more messily than the last. And the true nightmare fuel is that ''a lot of bomber crewmen died that way in real life.''
** As if flying what amounts to
a driving heavy metal song, but then it has tomb with wings isn't bad enough, the plane encounters the Loc Nar and promptly develops a ''a zombie plague''.plague'', who attack the surviving crew. Definite proof that horror is just as effective in animation as in live-action.


* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyTInhPFl-g "B-17"]], which features not only most of the bomber plane's crew being killed in big bloody messes to the tune of a driving heavy metal song, but then it has a ''a zombie plague''.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyTInhPFl-g "B-17"]], which features not only most of the bomber plane's crew being killed in big bloody messes to the tune of a driving heavy metal song, but then it has a ''a zombie plague''. Definite proof that horror is just as effective in animation as in live-action.


''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal'' was R-rated for many good reasons, including two segments filled with this brand of nightmare fuel:

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Befitting its status as arguably one of the few animated horror movies (outside Japan, at least) ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal'' was R-rated for many good reasons, including has its share of scary moments, with two segments filled with this brand of nightmare fuel:in particular standing out:


* ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal'' was R-rated for many good reasons, including two segments filled with this brand of nightmare fuel: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyTInhPFl-g "B-17"]], which features not only most of the bomber plane's crew being killed in big bloody messes to the tune of a driving heavy metal song, but then it has a ''a zombie plague'', and the part in the "Captain Sternn" segment where a trial-witness gets increasingly angry whenever the prosecutor asks him questions -- eventually turning into an Incredible Hulk-like thing.

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* ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal'' was R-rated for many good reasons, including two segments filled with this brand of nightmare fuel: fuel:
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[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyTInhPFl-g "B-17"]], which features not only most of the bomber plane's crew being killed in big bloody messes to the tune of a driving heavy metal song, but then it has a ''a zombie plague'', and the part in the plague''.
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"Captain Sternn" segment Sternn", where a trial-witness gets increasingly angry whenever the prosecutor asks him questions -- eventually turning into an Incredible Hulk-like thing.thing and chasing after the defendant.



** The Loc Nar is also unsettling. Its voice gives you shivers, as does the things it says.

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** The Loc Nar is also unsettling. Its voice gives you shivers, as does the things it says.says.
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* ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal'' was R-rated for many good reasons, including two segments filled with this brand of nightmare fuel: "B-17", which features not only most of the bomber plane's crew being killed in big bloody messes to the tune of a driving heavy metal song, but then it has a ''a zombie plague'', and the part in the "Captain Sternn" segment where a trial-witness gets increasingly angry whenever the prosecutor asks him questions -- eventually turning into an Incredible Hulk-like thing.

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* ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal'' was R-rated for many good reasons, including two segments filled with this brand of nightmare fuel: "B-17", [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyTInhPFl-g "B-17"]], which features not only most of the bomber plane's crew being killed in big bloody messes to the tune of a driving heavy metal song, but then it has a ''a zombie plague'', and the part in the "Captain Sternn" segment where a trial-witness gets increasingly angry whenever the prosecutor asks him questions -- eventually turning into an Incredible Hulk-like thing.

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