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There are certain films and TV shows made for children that are needlessly freaky, and defy any reasonable explanation.
In the cartoon, a man is nervously preparing dinner for his date… and then it all goes straight to the ninth circle of hell. As he hurriedly prepares dinner, he accidentally switches from recipe-to-horrible-recipe, creating a hodgepodge of nasty ingredients. Then, the Casanova presents a covered serving tray to his date. He uncovers the dinner, and reveals an image that has been seared into the brains of thousands of children: an eerily detailed drawing of a rolled up tongue, an eyeball with lower lid still attached , bloody bones, and a severed human foot.
As Casanova and his horrified date examine the meal, the tongue slowly unfurls, and twitches as he quickly slams the cover back onto the tray. If only the cartoon ended there. Instead, they begin to ravenously eat the pile of disgusting offal, amidst disgusting smacking, slurping, and giggling noises, leaving children haunted and questioning whether this cartoon actually happened, or was just a bizarre fever dream. Similar to What A Cartoon! This version of the series, however, was even more chock full of disturbing cartoons.
This disgusting and fatalistic show tune that ends with a creepy, life-sized talking rabbit toy with a Donnie Darko -esque vibe. His gasping, frenetic voice sounds like a serial killer vacillating between laughing and crying as he recounts gruesome crimes. I think the TV station was avant-garde in a way because they were not afraid to show [an] unlikable in looks , not pretty puppet on screen.
Hey, Czechoslovakia? Are you doing okay? Most of the stop motion puppets are real taxidermied animals, with bulging eyes and fixed, startled expressions.
Dead birds with fox skulls for heads make an appearance, skulls hatch from eggs, a piece of meat moves of its own accord, Alice turns into a creepy porcelain doll… and the sound design is just as viscerally disturbing as the visuals. Remember the Mr. Potato Head Show movie? Potato head is loveable and goofy, whereas the Mr. Potato Head Show is… something else.
What began as a TV show featuring a live action puppet of Mr. Potato Head Show was cancelled. There are weird animations with live-action human lips, a half-eaten heavily-pierced anthropomorphic apple, a puppet who appears to be a pile of assorted intestines, a half-ham-half-lobster abomination, a fruitcake with human teeth, aliens… watching this movie feels like pouring Drano into your ears and waiting for your brains to liquify.
At this point, Cat is somehow inside-out, with expose muscle, vein, and eye tissue, that is both medically infeasible and Hellraiser levels of disturbing. Thanks, CatDog for making ten-year-olds contemplate the frailty of the human mind.
Joe starts out as rather frightening, with a black and white face that looks more juggalo than fish, and a sinister voice courtesy of the wonderfully dark Alan Rickman. After the typical villainous arc, Joe greedily tries to consume as much of the antidote as possible to become fully human. Instead, he becomes an uncanny fish-human hybrid, his skin tearing apart like Jeff Goldblum in The Fly.
It featured a series of Canadian animated shorts straight out a LSD-fueled horrorscape. Then, wracked with guilt, she kills herself by stepping into the transporter, allowing herself to be vaporized as her clone walks guilt-free. Apparently, it is in Canada! What is it about puppets? Their creepy smiles? Their dead, shark-like eyes? The idea that they may suddenly spring to life and rise up against their human masters?
Hoppity unwittingly goes full-throttle on the creepy puppet tropes. Deedily dum! It ends with her being sent to bed without supper, while Hoppity complains that he is hungry. No child should be subjected to this cartoon, and those who were unfortunate enough to watch this abomination should receive a lawsuit settlement to pay for their therapy.
Pingu lulls its audience into a false sense of wholesome security, only to rip the rug out from under you with a freaky, giant, maniacal walrus. To make matters worse, the walrus has a creepy, full-throated, homicidal laugh.
As a result, a whole generation of Swiss children have grown up to fear the Antarctic. Ringing Bell begins as a movie about a cute, chubby-cheeked lamb, and then it decides to go GWAR on us.
The wolf agrees to the terms, and turns the adorable lamb into a demonic, wolf-killing ram. The lamb ends up killing his adoptive-wolf-dad, and at the end of the movie is left alone and miserable. Well, as it turns out, all those things inexplicably happen to be true. The kids would go on imagination journeys through the train tunnels, during which the audience would be subjected to some pretty weird animations.
In one, a little boy goes through a museum of creepy looking paintings, which stick their tongues out and blow raspberries at him. The idea of sentient paintings sneakily mocking you, sticking out their human tongues , was an unexpected source of nightmares.
The series also regularly featured puppets who lived inside a jukebox, whose heavy-lidded death mask-like faces occasionally pop up to haunt our dreams. Unfortunately, its detail only serves to further the creep-factor during some utterly chilling sequences.
What could go wrong? Instead of having some playful Toy Story -esque adventures, Kukuruku decides to seek revenge on the human race by turning every living creature into freaky, moaning wooden zombies. He uses these blank-faced human puppets as building blocks in his giant evil tower. And Kukuruku himself is a freaky, enormous puppet who eats Unico and a little girl. We guess mentally scarring children builds character? Black Beauty was live-action movie adaptation of a book by the same name.
In the movie, Black Beauty and his best friend Ginger go through all sorts of adventures together including: nearly drowning, nearly dying of pneumonia, being enslaved by evil humans, becoming deeply depressed, and dying. Black Beauty must watch as they cart of her limp, bruised, lifeless body. What a neat movie for kids. We get it, kids like bright, colorful, surreal world, with frenetic energy and charismatic people.
Zeke haunts the camp, wearing a creepy, misshapen mask, with a bloody patch where his nose should be. According to the camp legend, if you touch his cursed plunger, he will haunt your dreams.
ReBoot is a Canadian oh hello again Canada, you weirdos 3D-animated cartoon that aired from And sure, Hexadecimal is a pretty creepy antagonist, with a variety of motionless masks that displayed her expression. Whenever a user decides to play a game, a giant purple cube descends upon the city.
One of the characters a child, no less appears to die in one of the game cubes, only to come back later as adult — he survived nullification but spent decades being tortured by video games. It made us rethink the way we treated our Sims. However, a few episodes stick in our minds as creepy. So they build a bridge to the waking world, kidnap the man, and trap him within his own dream forever.
Gee, way to help kids feel safe falling asleep. It follows the adventures of the Moomin family, a group of cow-hippo-dog type creatures.
The cuteness suddenly evaporates as soon as the Groke makes an appearance. A huge, grimacing, ghost-like creature, the Groke haunts the Moomin valley, freezing and killing every living thing she stands upon. Her appearances in the anime are coupled with bone-chilling death rattles and a menacing musical score. And good news! The Moomin have been reimagined in a 3D-animated series called, Moominvalley. And is that a Groke in the trailer? Yes, yes it is. Dogs are cute, but not when you give them human torsos.
The photographs themselves are a little weird, but in live action the creep-factor is multiplied. The dogs stare woefully ahead as adult actors gesticulate wildly.
The dogs? The half-dog-half-man monstrosities? Not cute. Starring personified household items such as Toaster who is brave , Radio, Lamp, Blankie, and Kirby a grumpy vacuum , they set out from an abandoned vacation home to seek their long-lost human master. Along the way they encounter terrifying moments such as being kidnapped by a human tinkerer, who traps fully sentient and aware electronics in a vice and rips them apart, harvesting their oil-stained inner parts.
Hey, but Toaster makes toast in the end, so hurray! Zig Zag is a Canadian kids show. Canada, seriously, what the heck is going on with you guys? This show starts a bearded, bespectacled host whose humor feels more like unhinged rantings and ravings than comedy. So stay tuned kids! Some of the creepier stories include a soldier whose actions leave him forever stuck between the gates of heaven and hell, a hedgehog-man hybrid, and a princess who is going to be married off to her own father in a bizarre ritual.
Needless to say, these themes are a bit mature for children. This little-known live-action Disney flick is an Irish tale featuring leprechauns and Sean Connery. This formula should be foolproof, but oh god, the banshee. As kids, it made us spit out our Lucky Charms. What happens when you give an alien masquerading as a human a humble animation budget and the directive to make a movie for kids?
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In fiction, and sometimes in Real Life , we tend to differentiate between "girly colors" and boyish ones. It is clearer with babies, when we are prone to see girls dressed in pink and boys in light blue. What's funny is that this is actually a recent development. In fact, in some cultures, it used to be the opposite: pink was associated with baby boys , because it's derived from red , which is a good masculine color still is in some countries.
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Women's fondness for the colour pink is so deeply embedded that it may have been shaped by evolutionary history, according to scientists whose study of colour preferences is published today. Rather than marking a girlie approach to home decoration or cake-icing, the trait's roots are more likely to lie in the struggle to find food in hunter-gatherer days, the researchers suggested. Prehistoric women who zeroed in on red-coloured fruit would have been the star equivalents of male animal-slayers, according to two British neuroscientists, who have found a consistent liking for pink in surveys of women volunteers. Although blue was by far the most popular "simple" colour among men and women, the study showed a striking difference in the sexes when follow-up experiments tested reactions to blends. While men plumped for a wide variety of favourite tones across both, women overwhelmingly went for the red end of the red-green axis. Chinese participants were tested for possible cultural differences in colour preference, but their results were in line with the overall findings. The theory is encouraging for Barbie enthusiasts, who have seen the doll attacked for her "anti-feminist" pink clothes and decor. The strategy may be just the latest variant of the survival of the fittest methods used by fruit-hunting matriarchs. The same argument could apply to blue.
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Robbie hires three clones of himself to catch Sportacus, but the clones don't have any previous villain work, so Robbie teaches them how to be villains through a song that would save the life of Robbie decides to enter the LazyTown car race. After he sabotages all the kids' cars, they pool all of their remaining car parts into one great car. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , and wherever you get your podcasts!
The series was produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in its first four seasons, and by Cartoon Network Studios in its final two seasons. It centers on Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, three kindergarten -aged girls with superpowers. The girls all live in the fictional city of Townsville with their father and creator, a scientist named Professor Utonium, and are frequently called upon by the city's mayor to help fight nearby criminals and other enemies using their powers. McCracken originally developed the show in as a cartoon short entitled Whoopass Stew!
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There are certain films and TV shows made for children that are needlessly freaky, and defy any reasonable explanation. In the cartoon, a man is nervously preparing dinner for his date… and then it all goes straight to the ninth circle of hell. As he hurriedly prepares dinner, he accidentally switches from recipe-to-horrible-recipe, creating a hodgepodge of nasty ingredients. Then, the Casanova presents a covered serving tray to his date. He uncovers the dinner, and reveals an image that has been seared into the brains of thousands of children: an eerily detailed drawing of a rolled up tongue, an eyeball with lower lid still attached , bloody bones, and a severed human foot. As Casanova and his horrified date examine the meal, the tongue slowly unfurls, and twitches as he quickly slams the cover back onto the tray.
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