Top 10 Scariest Disney MomentsYou think that Disney is happy and innocent, right? WRONG! Disney can be dark and scary sometimes. WARNING! THIS LIST MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS. SO READ AT YOUR OWN RISK.
This scene is traumatizing. Yes, the boys they lure are bad kids but they didn't deserve to turn into donkeys and enslaved. Not to mention these are children were talking about. Think about this, your a parent of a sweet but naive child. Then he/she is lured in by a bunch of strangers along with other children, then he/she is shipped to a strange place then anew transformed into donkeys and put in slavery forever. That's every parents worst nightmare. What makes it worse is that the coachman is never stopped or put in conflict by Pinocchio.
Seeing a bad child turn into a jackass while he screams in terror, and to top it all off we see our main character partially turn into a jackass. That's obviously a scene the little kids would enjoy.
The only other moment in this movie that's as creepy as this scene is the moments with Monstro. That thing's more violent than a bloodthirsty great white shark on steroids. No, I am not exaggerating!
3 things I want to clear up. 1 is the scene itself. Top 3 things that are scary about P.I.
1. the transformation. They turn bad boys into donkeys. And ship them to salt mines. LETS HOPE THAT HAPPENS TO Justin BEIBER!
2. The clown. Here comes pee and poop all over the place.
3. The bad boys can do whatever they want. Like smoke cigars and kill each other.
2 is the coachmen that sends you there. That devil smile will give you nightmares
And 3( This is something that REALLY ticks me off) Its gonna be a place to shop and eat at WALT DISNEY WORLD IN FLORDIA.
Screw you Disney, screw you!
God...the Coachman scares me so much...
This should also happen to DSNY Newscast for suggesting that Epcot's Morocco pavilion should be torn down in favor of a Colombia pavilion in one of his videos.
This is exactly what SHOULD be done to TheTopTens user Solarian because of that disgustingly homophobic comment he made while explaining why he hated the movie Call Me By Your Name.
This was very subtle but also really sinister. The fact that you can see Clayton's hanging body in the shadows is really disturbing
This was very satisfying, but did they really have to throw his death over the top?
The most awesomely scary thing Disney has ever created. Should be higher up on this list than the Pink Elephants from Dumbo.
That part scared me big time. The Devil always gave me nightmares. That's what made me skip Bald Mountain and pretend it never happened.
Chernabog gave me nightmares. I had the VHS when I was little and when he smiled as he threw his minions in the fire scarred me!
There are only 2 examples of why they are scary. 1 is Oz the great and powerful. I jumped when the bad flying monkey poped up on screen. The scariest part was when Theadora turned into the wicked which of the west. (I am never going to eat another apple again) And the biggest example that I can think of is Return to Oz. Little girls 1st reaction to this movie: Mommy, I want this movie on DVD. ( Little girl gets the movie on DVD and watches it. ) Little girls reaction after she sees the movie: AH! MOMMY! I think that these 2 movies are darker and scarier than the original wizard of oz.
This guys sinister plot is to melt Toon Town off the earth because of his hatrid for the toons. Now lets say he IS a toon. And guess what? He IS a toon. What was scary was his eyes. don't STARE IN THEM.
Apparently this is why people get drunk; to battle their fear of imaginary pink elephants.
Pink Elephants on parade
Here they come
They're here and there
Pink elephants everywhere!
This cartoon itself isn't scary. But what I am really talking about is the scene where Donald goes MAD. So it starts out by Mickey cutting a slice of bread. Donald then starts to go crazy and eats the plate. After he eats the plate, his eyes turn from blue to red. don't STARE INTO THOSE EYES. He ALMOST kills the cow. (thank goodness)
Donald Duck is like a demonically possessed psychopath in this segment of Fun and Fancy Free.
I've always hated this ride. And I thought it was scary too. It drops you down faster than gravity. Please tell me that was scary. And the part I hate about it was that you only go in the elevator and don't actually see the hotel. (I face palm my self)
Let me get something straight here, this guy uses voodoo. So you know this will be scary. What happens is Tiana breakes the thing that Dr. Facilier needs to live. His friends on the other side turn on him and he dies. I have 2 speculations of what happened. 1 he is actually dead. And 2, he is in hades getting tortured.
Me in 2015-2016: Oh, yeah. This song is hardcore. Totally my new fave.
Me now: This is disgusting!
One of the most terrifying songs I've heard.
This even makes his men sick.
This is some pretty creepy stuff right here. At the end she looks like a lady who lived for 500 years.
This scene can give you the creeps, but this does teach Sid a lesson. It sure scares the crap out of Sid and sends him running away screaming. That's the best part of the whole movie, at least in my opinion.
This scene frightened me when I was little. When Woody said "so place nice" I didn't even look at the when that scene came on T.V.. The toys took it way too far.
I bet Sid is deathly terrified of the Small World ride at the Disney parks because of this incident.
I'd be scared too if one of my toys mentioned my full name directly.
That was scary! Thankfully, they are saved by the squeeze toy aliens and hitch a ride on Sid's garbage truck to get home.
Literal toy hell
This scene of the movie predicted the Verbolten coaster at Busch Gardens.
In the beginning she isn't THAT scary. But her 2 assistants freak me out. At the battle, she turns huge. Here comes the poop. And by the way, she turns the merfolk into creepy worms that look like poop to me.
This always gave me chills. Drinking the potion and turning into an old hag, making a poison apple to give to Snow White, and seeing dead people in cells is just plain creepy!
Isn't this technically listed twice?
His room is just as creepy as his antics. And he has lots to tools to create a whole bunch of creepy creations. But I think there was more to Sid than his antics and has reasons for such behavior.
This demon thing still scares 26 years later the crap out of me.
This scene scared me silly as a child.
That scene always makes me sad.
I love the Rite of Spring because of the dinosaurs. I used to be afraid of the T Rex when I was a kid but not anymore. It's my favorite segment in Fantasia.
That Moasaurus eating a Pteranodon, those zombie-ish Ornithomimous, THAT T REX, that same T. rex attacking a Stegosaurus, the extinction of the dinosaurs where stegosaurs, brontosaurus and diplodocus die in the tar. YEesh