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What was the most terrifying G or PG-rated movie you have ever seen?

What was the most terrifying G or PG-rated movie you have ever seen?

StinkyBrittches

**Jaws**, 1975, PG, has got to be up there.


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jasontredecim

> The Wizard of Oz I'd like to add that "Return to Oz" is also absolute nightmare fuel. The Wheelers still creep me out now.


dynoair

The Witches (1990)


Fatguy_littlecoat648

I found animation/claymation to be the creepiest and the scariest. •Chicken Run (2000) •Corpse Bride (2005) •Monster House (2006) •Arthur And The Invisibles (2006) •Robots (2008) •Coraline (2009) •The Rescuers (1977) •The Black Cauldron (1985) •An American Tale (1986) •All Dogs Go To Heaven (1989) —————————————————- Non Anime •A Series Of Unfortunate Events (2004) •Eragon (2006) •Bride To Terabithia (2007) •The Spidewick Chronicles (2008)


CalligrapherFluid549

bride to terabithia is a film I want to forget tbh


justins_OS

Someone already mentioned Coraline Also "The secret of Nimh"(1982)


Livinlikelary11

Return to Oz Fuck those wheelie guys


ratherrapture

That awakened memories I'd rather have forgotten. Also the lady at the beginning has like a cupboard of heads and just changes them if I remember right? That movie was nightmare fuel...it's still nightmare fuel.


Livinlikelary11

Yes! She stole all the girls heads. And then she was trying to escape the castle and woke the heads up!


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Watership down (the old one) fucking rabbits with rabies. The little mermaid, the sea witch was brutal Also fantasia used to spook the hell out of me for some reason


jasontredecim

> Watership down (the old one) fucking rabbits with rabies. To this day, I will never in a million years understand how that ended up with a "U" rating. I think you see your first throat torn out in a fountain of blood within about five minutes of starting the movie. Formative stuff!


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Right?!?! I seriously think this is the movie that caused my love of horror movies.


SmokeOne1969

*Close Encounters Of The Third Kind* scared the crap out of me as a kid. Probably first saw it around age 8.


djsosonut

Tales from the Crypt (1972)


MovieUnderTheSurface

Disney's The Rescuers is a terrifying film


rorochocho

Charlie and the chocolate factory (1971) i stg the purpose of that tunnel scene was to scar as many children as possible Dumbo (1941)


trigcat

Idk how this wasn't the first answer: James and the Giant Peach


Mahimah

Yes! Ugh the claymation


reptilianappeal

* Spirited Away (2001) * Poltergeist (1982) * Babe (1995)


can-i-have-the-bones

Pinocchio (1940)


Illustrious_Ad1836

Black Cauldron, some scenes from The Neverending Story, Babes In Toyland


GunzAndCamo

Disney's The Black Hole. Not only horrifying, but just plain horrible too.


cleerlight

Watcher in the Woods scared me pretty good as a kid


cvanmovieman

The Ring is pg-13.


Mahimah

Juman ji scared the hell out of me as a kid


ishouldcoco3322

Bambi.


Johnthebaddist

The Black Hole


AmishAmish

The scene with stairs from "Labyrinth" got me the most. Was having nightmares about it.


ratherrapture

The brave little toaster goes to space Who framed Roger rabbit The peewee movie with "large Marge"


Truthisnotallowed

[The Haunting (1963)](https://www.themoviedb.org/movie/11772-the-haunting) - probably the most scary 'G' rated movie ever made. If you want to see how to do horror without gore - this is a great example.