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* 88. ''Literature/TheDayOfTheTriffids'' (1981): BBC drama version. A scene where a character attacks one of the [[ManEatingPlant plants]].

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* 88. ''Literature/TheDayOfTheTriffids'' ''Series/{{The Day of the Triffids|1981}}'' (1981): BBC drama version. A scene where a character attacks one of the [[ManEatingPlant plants]].


In 2003, over two nights coming up to [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] (25/26 October specifically), Creator/Channel4 counted down the 100 Greatest Scary Moments. Presented by comedian Creator/JimmyCarr, the list had a fairly even mix of movies from different periods and sub-genres, including the silent screamers, monster movies, slasher pics and even Asian horror. Moreover, the list included a few movies outside the horror genre because they contained classic examples of NightmareFuel. It was similar in style to an [[Series/OneHundredScariestMovieMoments American show broadcast on Bravo a year later]]. Celebrity guest interviews included Creator/SigourneyWeaver, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Creator/JanetLeigh, Creator/WesCraven, Music/AliceCooper, Creator/RobertEnglund, Creator/ChristopherLee and Creator/StevenSpielberg.

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In 2003, over two nights coming up to [[AllHallowsEve [[UsefulNotes/AllHallowsEve Halloween]] (25/26 October specifically), Creator/Channel4 counted down the 100 Greatest Scary Moments. Presented by comedian Creator/JimmyCarr, the list had a fairly even mix of movies from different periods and sub-genres, including the silent screamers, monster movies, slasher pics and even Asian horror. Moreover, the list included a few movies outside the horror genre because they contained classic examples of NightmareFuel. It was similar in style to an [[Series/OneHundredScariestMovieMoments American show broadcast on Bravo a year later]]. Celebrity guest interviews included Creator/SigourneyWeaver, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Creator/JanetLeigh, Creator/WesCraven, Music/AliceCooper, Creator/RobertEnglund, Creator/ChristopherLee and Creator/StevenSpielberg.


* 27. ''[[Film/{{Carrie1976}} Carrie]]'' (1976): The penultimate scene -- Susan dreaming of putting flowers on Carrie's grave only to have Carrie's arm come out of the ground and [[TheUndead grab her]].

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* 27. ''[[Film/{{Carrie1976}} Carrie]]'' (1976): The penultimate scene -- Susan Sue dreaming of putting flowers on Carrie's grave only to have Carrie's arm come out of the ground and [[TheUndead grab her]].


The special was on YouTube but unfortunately was [[ScrewedByTheLawyers blocked out by the BBC]] and [[MissingEpisode hasn't been seen since]].

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The special was on YouTube Website/YouTube but unfortunately was [[ScrewedByTheLawyers blocked out by the BBC]] and [[MissingEpisode hasn't been seen since]].


* 62. ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'' (1977): All of it.

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* 62. ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'' ''Film/{{Suspiria|1977}}'' (1977): All of it.


* 16. ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'' (1981): The [[{{Shapeshifter}} transformation sequence]]. At the time it was VisualEffectsOfAwesome.

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* 16. ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'' (1981): The [[{{Shapeshifter}} transformation sequence]]. At the time it was VisualEffectsOfAwesome.SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome.

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The special was on YouTube but unfortunately was [[ScrewedByTheLawyers blocked out by the BBC]] and [[MissingEpisode hasn't been seen since]].


In 2003, over two nights coming up to [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] (25/26 October specifically), Creator/Channel4 counted down the 100 Greatest Scary Moments. Presented by comedian Creator/JimmyCarr, the list had a fairly even mix of movies from different periods and sub-genres, including the silent screamers, monster movies, slasher pics and even Asian horror. Moreover, the list included a few movies outside the horror genre because they contained classic examples of NightmareFuel. It was similar in style to an [[Series/OneHundredScariestMovieMoments American show broadcast on Bravo a year later]]. Celebrity guest interviews included Creator/SigourneyWeaver, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Janet Leigh, Creator/WesCraven, Music/AliceCooper, Creator/RobertEnglund, Creator/ChristopherLee and Creator/StevenSpielberg.

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In 2003, over two nights coming up to [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] (25/26 October specifically), Creator/Channel4 counted down the 100 Greatest Scary Moments. Presented by comedian Creator/JimmyCarr, the list had a fairly even mix of movies from different periods and sub-genres, including the silent screamers, monster movies, slasher pics and even Asian horror. Moreover, the list included a few movies outside the horror genre because they contained classic examples of NightmareFuel. It was similar in style to an [[Series/OneHundredScariestMovieMoments American show broadcast on Bravo a year later]]. Celebrity guest interviews included Creator/SigourneyWeaver, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Janet Leigh, Creator/JanetLeigh, Creator/WesCraven, Music/AliceCooper, Creator/RobertEnglund, Creator/ChristopherLee and Creator/StevenSpielberg.


* 34. ''Film/TheWickerMan'' (1973): Featuring Creator/ChristopherLee again, the scene in which Sergeant Howie is led into the eponymous structure, which is then set ablaze.

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* 34. ''Film/TheWickerMan'' (1973): ''Film/TheWickerMan1973'': Featuring Creator/ChristopherLee again, the scene in which Sergeant Howie is led into the eponymous structure, which is then set ablaze.


* 44. ''Radio/TheWarOfTheWorlds'' (1938): The version by OrsonWelles that allegedly terrified many Americans who thought it was real.

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* 44. ''Radio/TheWarOfTheWorlds'' (1938): The version by OrsonWelles Creator/OrsonWelles that allegedly terrified many Americans who thought it was real.


* 61. ''Film/BlueVelvet'' (1986): Frank first appears, huffing God-knows-what, and rapes Dorothy Vallens, while repeatedly saying "[[FreudWasRight Mommy! Baby wants to fuck!]]".

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* 61. ''Film/BlueVelvet'' (1986): Frank first appears, huffing God-knows-what, and rapes Dorothy Vallens, while repeatedly saying "[[FreudWasRight Mommy! "Mommy! Baby wants to fuck!]]".fuck!".


In 2003, over two nights coming up to [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] (25/26 October specifically), Creator/Channel4 counted down the 100 Greatest Scary Moments. Presented by comedian JimmyCarr, the list had a fairly even mix of movies from different periods and sub-genres, including the silent screamers, monster movies, slasher pics and even Asian horror. Moreover, the list included a few movies outside the horror genre because they contained classic examples of NightmareFuel. It was similar in style to an [[Series/OneHundredScariestMovieMoments American show broadcast on Bravo a year later]]. Celebrity guest interviews included Sigourney Weaver, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Janet Leigh, Creator/WesCraven, Music/AliceCooper, Creator/RobertEnglund, Creator/ChristopherLee and Creator/StevenSpielberg.

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In 2003, over two nights coming up to [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] (25/26 October specifically), Creator/Channel4 counted down the 100 Greatest Scary Moments. Presented by comedian JimmyCarr, Creator/JimmyCarr, the list had a fairly even mix of movies from different periods and sub-genres, including the silent screamers, monster movies, slasher pics and even Asian horror. Moreover, the list included a few movies outside the horror genre because they contained classic examples of NightmareFuel. It was similar in style to an [[Series/OneHundredScariestMovieMoments American show broadcast on Bravo a year later]]. Celebrity guest interviews included Sigourney Weaver, Creator/SigourneyWeaver, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Janet Leigh, Creator/WesCraven, Music/AliceCooper, Creator/RobertEnglund, Creator/ChristopherLee and Creator/StevenSpielberg.



* 77. ''Series/{{The Twilight Zone|1959}}'' (1963): "[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS5E123NightmareAt20000Feet Nightmare at 20,000 Feet]]" -- The scene with WilliamShatner looking out the window and seeing a [[GripingAboutGremlins monster on the wing]] that no one else can see.

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* 77. ''Series/{{The Twilight Zone|1959}}'' (1963): "[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS5E123NightmareAt20000Feet Nightmare at 20,000 Feet]]" -- The scene with WilliamShatner Creator/WilliamShatner looking out the window and seeing a [[GripingAboutGremlins monster on the wing]] that no one else can see.



* 71. ''Music/{{Thriller}}'' (1982): All of the the music video by Michael Jackson.

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* 71. ''Music/{{Thriller}}'' (1982): All of the the music video by Michael Jackson.Music/MichaelJackson.



* 60. ''Where's Your Head At'' (2002): The music video by Basement Jaxx.

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* 60. ''Where's Your Head At'' (2002): The music video by Basement Jaxx.Music/BasementJaxx.


In 2003, over two nights coming up to [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] (25/26 October specifically), Creator/Channel4 counted down the 100 Greatest Scary Moments. Presented by comedian JimmyCarr, the list had a fairly even mix of movies from different periods and sub-genres, including the silent screamers, monster movies, slasher pics and even Asian horror. Moreover, the list included a few movies outside the horror genre because they contained classic examples of NightmareFuel. It was similar in style to an [[Series/OneHundredScariestMovieMoments American show broadcast on Bravo a year later]]. Celebrity guest interviews included Sigourney Weaver, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Janet Leigh, Creator/WesCraven, Music/AliceCooper, Creator/RobertEnglund, Creator/ChristopherLee and Creator/StevenSpielberg. The full show is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qPC8VYRttA here]].

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In 2003, over two nights coming up to [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] (25/26 October specifically), Creator/Channel4 counted down the 100 Greatest Scary Moments. Presented by comedian JimmyCarr, the list had a fairly even mix of movies from different periods and sub-genres, including the silent screamers, monster movies, slasher pics and even Asian horror. Moreover, the list included a few movies outside the horror genre because they contained classic examples of NightmareFuel. It was similar in style to an [[Series/OneHundredScariestMovieMoments American show broadcast on Bravo a year later]]. Celebrity guest interviews included Sigourney Weaver, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Janet Leigh, Creator/WesCraven, Music/AliceCooper, Creator/RobertEnglund, Creator/ChristopherLee and Creator/StevenSpielberg. The full show is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qPC8VYRttA here]].
Creator/StevenSpielberg.


In 2003, over two nights coming up to [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] (25/26 October specifically), ChannelFour counted down the 100 Greatest Scary Moments. Presented by comedian JimmyCarr, the list had a fairly even mix of movies from different periods and sub-genres, including the silent screamers, monster movies, slasher pics and even Asian horror. Moreover, the list included a few movies outside the horror genre because they contained classic examples of NightmareFuel. It was similar in style to an [[Series/OneHundredScariestMovieMoments American show broadcast on Bravo a year later]]. Celebrity guest interviews included Sigourney Weaver, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Janet Leigh, Creator/WesCraven, Music/AliceCooper, Creator/RobertEnglund, Creator/ChristopherLee and Creator/StevenSpielberg. The full show is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qPC8VYRttA here]].

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In 2003, over two nights coming up to [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] (25/26 October specifically), ChannelFour Creator/Channel4 counted down the 100 Greatest Scary Moments. Presented by comedian JimmyCarr, the list had a fairly even mix of movies from different periods and sub-genres, including the silent screamers, monster movies, slasher pics and even Asian horror. Moreover, the list included a few movies outside the horror genre because they contained classic examples of NightmareFuel. It was similar in style to an [[Series/OneHundredScariestMovieMoments American show broadcast on Bravo a year later]]. Celebrity guest interviews included Sigourney Weaver, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Janet Leigh, Creator/WesCraven, Music/AliceCooper, Creator/RobertEnglund, Creator/ChristopherLee and Creator/StevenSpielberg. The full show is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qPC8VYRttA here]].


* 87. ''{{Series/Cracker}}'' (1994): The episode "To Be a Somebody" featuring RobertCarlyle exacting revenge for the Hillsborough disaster. The scene where he opens the parcel -- [[spoiler:[[NothingIsScarier nothing happens]] since they switched it.]]

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* 87. ''{{Series/Cracker}}'' (1994): The episode "To Be a Somebody" featuring RobertCarlyle Creator/RobertCarlyle exacting revenge for the Hillsborough disaster. The scene where he opens the parcel -- [[spoiler:[[NothingIsScarier nothing happens]] since they switched it.]]

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