- Woody and the mutant toys revolting against Sid. It's an attempt to rescue Buzz and escape from Sid, but still.
- While Woody doing a 360-degree head turn might have been creepy, it was cool when he completely broke his own rule of being inanimate around humans and being nice to children JUST to scare Sid. The POV shot he abruptly springs to life and grins threateningly is surprisingly effective from the sympathetic cowboy we've been watching otherwise:Woody: [through speaker] From now on, you must take good care of your toys, because if you don't, we'll find out, Sid! We toys can see [head rotates 360°] eeeeeveryyyyythiiiiing... [actually speaking] so play nice!
[Sid runs like hell while screaming his head off]
- An alternate version of the above-mentioned scene makes it a thousand times worse where the toys come out of the ground, Night of the Living Dead style. And it has some instances of Mood Whiplash, first starting off as a Funny Moment, then switching to scares, and then back to funny again.
- While Woody doing a 360-degree head turn might have been creepy, it was cool when he completely broke his own rule of being inanimate around humans and being nice to children JUST to scare Sid. The POV shot he abruptly springs to life and grins threateningly is surprisingly effective from the sympathetic cowboy we've been watching otherwise:
- Anything involving Sid.
- Sid: Let's go home and... play. Heh heh heh heh heh.....
- The alien that accompanied Woody and Buzz is shown being used as a chew toy by Scud. The camera cuts away before we can see the full extent of what was done to it, but judging by Woody and Buzz' expressions, it wasn't pretty.
- During the toy uprising, we briefly see the alien. It's dishevelled, mute and walks with its arms stretched out like a zombie.
- Sid's mouth through a magnifying glass while he "interrogates" Woody.Sid: Where are your rebel friends now?
- Sid himself. The way he acts is the telltale sign of a sociopath in the making.
- Mr. Potato Head drawing a hangman's noose on Etch-a-Sketch, using it to threaten Woody.
- Upon entering Sid's room, Woody sees remnants of other toys who didn't make it out. Imagine being in a grimy, dimly lit room, and seeing decapitated heads floating around in a lava lamp, or disembodied arms sticking out of a waffle iron or an alarm clock, and realizing that your own painful demise is imminent.Woody: We are gonna die...
- The script put it best:Woody and Buzz peer out of the backpack at their new surroundings. Heavy metal posters, discarded toy remains and power tools adorn the messy room.
They are in Hell...toy Hell.
- Worse? Most of them are baby dolls! Innocent babies being unknowingly tortured and slain! And, unlike the Mutant Toys, we never see them come to life...
- The script put it best:
- Sid blowing up (i.e. killing) the Combat Carl doll. Being a toy tortured by a child and not allowed to move or break pose is creepy enough, but the Combat Carl could do nothing but resign to it's death motionless, with all the other toys unable to stop it.
- There's a moment during the gas station scene where a motionless Woody is nearly squashed by a large truck, only stopping right when the tire was right at Woody's face. It definitely provides a claustrophobic feeling as well as horror of what might happen if the truck hadn't stopped right at the moment before it would crush Woody.
- Buzz gets Scud to let go of Woody by pulling on his eyelids. It's a heroic moment for Buzz, but still disturbing.
Nightmare Fuel / Toy Story