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Creepiest Cartoon you've watched?

Discussion in 'Cartoon Network, Nick, Boomerang and The Hub' started by Rebekah, Jul 3, 2014.

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    Rebekah Apprentice Forum Member New Member

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    What's the creepiest cartoon you've watched? Courage the Cowardly Dog is a given, but I want to hear some more. Tell me.
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    "Felidae". Absolutely not for children, though i watched it at the daytime on TV.
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    Hm, it's certainly gory, but i wouldn't say creepy as in unnerving and mind messing with.
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    Some of the early Little Audrey cartoons were creepy.
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    A couple of "Fat Albert and The Cosby Kids" episodes dealt with some uncomfortable subject matter such as gang wars, personal hygiene and the lack of, bullying, misdemeanor and felony crimes, child abuse, death of a beloved family member, and one "Scared Straight" prison story ...

    Bill Cosby was not one to sugar-coat uncomfortable things happening to Fat Albert and his friends as a story consultant...all for the better to teach good lessons on how to react and respond to such realistic events in a positive manner.
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    Then..."Extreme Ghostbusters". This show had a variety of creepy ghosts. The best episodes in my opinion is "Deadliners" and "The Unseen". I just couldn't sleep for a week after watching.
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    Sabban's Adventures of Pinocchio--also known in Japanese as Kashi no Ki Mokku (Mokku of the Oak Tree or Mokku Woody the Oak Tree is downright disturbing. I used to watch this show as a child on HBO--and didn't realize just how dark it was until I saw the english dubbed episodes online--which despite being heavily censored at times--even the editing can't hide just how distubing this show was. Sure, the original Pinocchio was a jerk at times and got into strange adventures in the original novel, but this adaption made the book look rather mild by comparison. Basically, Pinocchio goes through a lot of adventures--and abuse in order to earn his wish to become a real boy.
    In one episode, Pinocchio is convinced by a cat that if he acquires his classmate's heart, he'll become a real boy--despite all the edits placed on this episode, it is still quite obvious that Pinocchio is contemplating murder in order to become human. In another episode, he attempts to save a boy who was picking on him earlier from the river--in any other cartoon, the boy would have been safe, but in this one, the boy drowns despite Pinocchio's best efforts. In yet another episode, a fox and weasel (reoccuring characters who first pick on Pinocchio and later help him out) pretend to be priests and crucify (!) him, telling him that if he can hold out for three days without food or drink, his prayers to become a real boy may be answered.
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    I was never a fan of "Ren and Stimpy", the show was grossed-out and I keep asking why did Nickelodeon ever green-light this show? It should've been on MTV!
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    Although I never had nightmares of the show or recall anything that disturbed me as a child--that is one show from my childhood I don't want to revisit. I was probably only about 4 or 5 when it was on, and something about it didn't sit right with me.
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    The creepiest cartoon I can recall is from Marvel Productions: Gahan Wilson's Diner. The man already has an eye for the arcane and bizarre; this is a roadside "capsule" diner straight out of Spooksville. Produced in 1992 by Richard Trueblood. Um ... o_O
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    Betty Boop's cartoons, Minnie the Moocher and Snow White are pretty creepy. Talk about trippy toons.

    Minnie the Moocher- Specifically the background behind the walrus, and the cat nursing her kittens. As they grow, she shrinks.

    Snow White- Mainly the background during the song. Also, the dragon turning inside out.
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    I think this is a champion of creepy cartoons. I was very scared, watching it back then in my childhood, and even now i don't want to watch this again. You're warned.
    If i remember correctly, the plot is about very lazy man, who didn't do anything for weeks. One day, his laziness grew so big that it turned him into the fish. At first, man tried to resist, but then he decided it is okay; as long as he got the food, everything is fine.
    This is USSR animation, by the way. Just a grain of sand in the sea of disturbing cartoons.
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    I used to get really creeped out by a cartoon that used to be shown on Nickelodeon between shows called "The Killing of an Egg" basically a rather ugly looking man starts tapping his softboiled egg with his spoon, while a little voice keeps asking "Who is it?" He then proceeds to mash it to death while the voice inside screams. Then the same exact thing happens to the man inside his home.
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    I thought Aeon Flux was pretty creepy. And maybe the wartime cartoons that Disney made.
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    Probably "Regular Show" and "Chowder", maybe "Coraline", sometimes I don't get their plots, just saying.
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    Couldn't agree more! I never get any meaning of "Regular Show" [wtf]
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    Gravity Falls has been getting pretty creepy with it's 2nd season episodes. Also the episode "Unity" from Superman: The Animated Series makes me fairly uncomfortable. Also of course, The Pleasure Island scene from Pinocchio, and the turning back into a puppet scene from Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night.
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    The John K. Ren and Stimpy's were creepy but they were funny enough not to be to creepy. They ended on a good enough note that it didn't bother you to, similar to the creepy Fleischer, Jones, etc cartoons.

    Now fast forward to garbage like Egg Yolkeo...ugh...worst cartoon ever made imo.
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    Three words: "What? NO GRAVY?"
    "Chow Hound", WB, 1951.
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    When it comes to animation guaranteed to give you the willies there's only one word necessary - HUNGER... sweet dreams everyone. ;-)

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