Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TheWarPathGuy, Nov 15, 2018.
The spider crab
That guy needs to go see his doctor coz that’s a bad case of the crabs! Nightmare fuel indeed!
When it was introduced in Avatar: The Last Airbender I found it a bit creepy. Bloodbending works best in the night of a full moon. Katara was forced to use it to save her friends.
Awww, how adorable.
DINNER!!! With a side of human.
Isn't that the mask used in the 4th TCM movie?
Okay okay okay I couldn’t make it through the thread, jeez!!!
Hmm I’ll start off with childhood traumas in no particular order.
1. It’s a B-Movie Show from Brave Little Toaster. Yes the dump song is depressing and morbid, yes the clown is on another level, but this song, the lyrics, the organ, the shadows, and the desperate cry as the sun goes down? Jesus that got me and still makes me feel a bit vulnerable as a grown ass man.
2. The Skullasaurus in Pooh’s Grand Adventure. While the movie is actually mostly about Pooh, Rabbit, Piglet, and Tigger confronting their vices and self-doubts, they’re hunted the whole movie by an unseen monster. They feel like they’re legitimately in danger in the great unknown past the sanctuary of the Hundred Acre Wood. There’s a really chilling scene when they first hear it after leaving the Wood, and it’s coming from a forest they just exited. For a moment there’s no words, no score, just the ominous growling and the characters staring in blank terror.
3. Scooby Doo on Zombie Island. It’s a terrifying time indeed, with the real danger, murderous psychopaths of villains, the drained reanimated corpses of hundreds of victims, the terrifying sound design of the zombies and the supernatural forces at work - oh yeah, and the, y’know, REAL evil cat god who starts everything.
4. The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats is generally your average fairy tale with some nightmare fuel and whimsical shit. I didn’t discover it until I was older, but this is a story where a wolf tricks the little goats into letting him in their house while their mother is away. So once he’s in, he eats six of them alive, and forgets about the seventh one, and leaves. The only way the goats are saved is because the mother finds the now fat wolf taking a nap, and can see her children still fussing and moving around in his stomach. Yeesh. I mean yeah it’s Red Riding Hood but still.
5. I think in general the prospect of being eaten by something is scary. You’re just food to whatever it is, not a person. Whether it’s Audrey II, a gang of cannibals, or hell the wolf from that story, it’s going to eat you and savor you and say you’re delicious. Yikes.
Ohly fucking hell!!!!
Sorry man, that foot is gonna have to come off. (Readying chainsaw)
Changing it up a little bit tonight
His facial expression against the glass makes me laugh
Everybody on earth has microscopic arachnid mites on their face. They mate on the face and eat the oil that causes acne. Overall nobody is never alone.
You know that satisfying feeling when you pull a piece of crab leg meat out in one big chunk?
OH MAN. Imagine.
No, that's a camel. Quick, bite it's junk.
....and since you guys loved the last pair of feet xD
Jesus, those toenails are horrifying
Well atleast we know how to keep away Dan Schneider.
I look at Icarly so differently now
Dear God tell me those are fake.
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