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Thread started 07/02/12 3:30pm

NDRU

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Shocking Movies You Saw Way Too Young

Talking about Irena Cara in another thread, I remembered her audition scene from Fame, and how it was a very un-sexy nude scene, and how I really did not understand what was going on.

My parents were not terribly careful about what they let us see.

My mom took us to see The Shining when I was 8. One of the most terrifying and bizarre movies of all time. I have never enjoyed being alone in hotel hallways confused

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Reply #1 posted 07/02/12 3:35pm

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Hair was pretty shocking. Nudity, death, acid trips...

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Reply #2 posted 07/02/12 3:39pm

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Now this one...fucking a.

Caught this on cable TV (anyone in LA remember the "Z" Channel?). This movie is all tits and cock-measuring and homosexual gang-bangs rapes and blow jobs. It was so fascinating I read the subtitles, and I was probably about 7.

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Reply #3 posted 07/02/12 3:46pm

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Man, this trailer takes me back. See if you can guess what the name of the movie is.

Hey, it turns out it has Rutger Hauer in it!!

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Reply #4 posted 07/02/12 3:47pm

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Battleship

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Reply #5 posted 07/02/12 3:51pm

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Creepshow (but I loved it). lol

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Reply #6 posted 07/02/12 3:54pm

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Timmy84 said:

Creepshow (but I loved it). lol

I saw that one in the theater. I did think that was pretty crazy.

I think I was less scared than fascinated by how gross it was.

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Reply #7 posted 07/02/12 3:56pm

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NDRU said:

Timmy84 said:

Creepshow (but I loved it). lol

I saw that one in the theater. I did think that was pretty crazy.

I think I was less scared than fascinated by how gross it was.

I just love that film. nod

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Reply #8 posted 07/02/12 4:00pm

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I don't think I will ever forgive my mom for taking us to the Shining. She read the book, too! Fucking rotting nude grandma and hacked-to-pieces little girls. And a dad who somewhat resembles my own angry dad gradually going insane and hunting a little boy named Danny (my brother Danny particularly liked this aspect)

I actually never wanted to see it again until about a year ago (I am 40). And I love Kubrick and Nicholson is my favorite actor lol

We all slept in my mom's room that night (I think maybe my dad was out of town, or that would have been even scarier)

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Reply #9 posted 07/02/12 4:36pm

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The Evil Dead and Cujo were the movies that scarred my little mind when my neighbor let me watch them on the VCR ( younger than XL, look it up wink ), Scarface, not so much.

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Reply #10 posted 07/02/12 4:50pm

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My parents were very strict about letting me see Restricted-rated films when I was a kid. So many of the significant horror/thriller movies from the late 70s/early 80s, I still have not seen to this day like The Shining, Alien, or even Jaws (which was not R-rated, but still not appropriate for a six-year-old).

One movie I did watch on TV one summer afternoon at the babysitters house was The Flesh Eaters (1964). I found it to be partucularly horrific and still have some scenes burned in my memory even though I haven't seen it since. However, I'm sure if I were to watch it again now, I'd think it was just very silly. lol

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Reply #11 posted 07/02/12 4:54pm

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And who could forget this moment?

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Reply #12 posted 07/02/12 4:56pm

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sextonseven said:

My parents were very strict about letting me see Restricted-rated films when I was a kid. So many of the significant horror/thriller movies from the late 70s/early 80s, I still have not seen to this day like The Shining, Alien, or even Jaws (which was not R-rated, but still not appropriate for a six-year-old).

One movie I did watch on TV one summer afternoon at the babysitters house was The Flesh Eaters (1964). I found it to be partucularly horrific and still have some scenes burned in my memory even though I haven't seen it since. However, I'm sure if I were to watch it again now, I'd think it was just very silly. lol

I wonder sometimes if it had any effect on me, positive or negative, to be exposed to that crazy stuff at an early age.

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Reply #13 posted 07/02/12 4:59pm

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I was happy that I was able to see such "filthy" movies @ a young age. It made me far less naive. I knew about things most kids were easy to fall for...

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Reply #14 posted 07/02/12 5:01pm

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Tittypants said:

I was happy that I was able to see such "filthy" movies @ a young age. It made me far less naive. I knew about things most kids were easy to fall for...

And the orgname you chose for yourself is "Tittypants". hmmm

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Reply #15 posted 07/02/12 5:06pm

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sextonseven said:

Tittypants said:

I was happy that I was able to see such "filthy" movies @ a young age. It made me far less naive. I knew about things most kids were easy to fall for...

And the orgname you chose for yourself is "Tittypants". hmmm

lol Hey, I didn't come up with the name. I just loved it & decided to use it for myself. lol

الحيوان النادلة ((((|̲̅̅●̲̅̅|̲̅̅=̲̅̅|̲̅̅●̲̅̅|)))) ...AND THAT'S THE WAY THE "TITTY" MILKS IT!
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Reply #16 posted 07/02/12 5:16pm

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NDRU said:

And who could forget this moment?

nod Yep, and this

[img:$uid]http://i338.photobucket.com/albums/n411/musicalmystery/nerds.jpg[/img:$uid]

8 years old is too young for "We've got bush!"

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Reply #17 posted 07/02/12 5:17pm

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I never saw anything that wasn't age appropriate.
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Reply #18 posted 07/02/12 5:45pm

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Cerebus saw a lot of things that weren't age appropriate, but there is only one movie Cerebus has ever seen that TOTALLY freaked him out... and he definitely saw this one too young.

The scene where the women gives birth to a full-grown man. Ugh. Still hate that mess. lol

Edit: Stupid typos.

[Edited 7/2/12 17:46pm]

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Reply #19 posted 07/02/12 5:59pm

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I saw The Vampire Killers when I was a kid, they let me watch it with them and I couldn't sleep without a light on for years.

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Reply #20 posted 07/02/12 6:02pm

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NDRU said:

Talking about Irena Cara in another thread, I remembered her audition scene from Fame, and how it was a very un-sexy nude scene, and how I really did not understand what was going on.

My parents were not terribly careful about what they let us see.

My mom took us to see The Shining when I was 8. One of the most terrifying and bizarre movies of all time. I have never enjoyed being alone in hotel hallways confused

I didn't find this movie scary at all except Nicholson is obviously great in it

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Reply #21 posted 07/02/12 6:02pm

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OzlemUcucu said:

I saw The Vampire Killers when I was a kid, they let me watch it with them and I couldn't sleep without a light on for years.

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But now you love horror films!

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Reply #22 posted 07/02/12 6:05pm

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I do but they are hardly scary anymore, and I don't think it has anything to do with me being older.

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Reply #23 posted 07/02/12 6:05pm

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OzlemUcucu said:

NDRU said:

Talking about Irena Cara in another thread, I remembered her audition scene from Fame, and how it was a very un-sexy nude scene, and how I really did not understand what was going on.

My parents were not terribly careful about what they let us see.

My mom took us to see The Shining when I was 8. One of the most terrifying and bizarre movies of all time. I have never enjoyed being alone in hotel hallways confused

I didn't find this movie scary at all except Nicholson is obviously great in it

well, when you're a little kid it's pretty scary

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Reply #24 posted 07/02/12 6:07pm

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JuliePurplehead said:

NDRU said:

And who could forget this moment?

nod Yep, and this

[img:$uid]http://i338.photobucket.com/albums/n411/musicalmystery/nerds.jpg[/img:$uid]

8 years old is too young for "We've got bush!"

lol You know the one I still have never seen is Porky's

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Reply #25 posted 07/02/12 6:14pm

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NDRU said:

OzlemUcucu said:

I didn't find this movie scary at all except Nicholson is obviously great in it

well, when you're a little kid it's pretty scary

But he's just going mental. Those vampire movies are scarier. I thought one is gonna come to me when I was sleepin, so I had to leave lights on 25 hours in my room. lol

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Reply #26 posted 07/02/12 6:15pm

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Cerebus said:

Cerebus saw a lot of things that weren't age appropriate, but there is only one movie Cerebus has ever seen that TOTALLY freaked him out... and he definitely saw this one too young.

The scene where the women gives birth to a full-grown man. Ugh. Still hate that mess. lol

Edit: Stupid typos.

[Edited 7/2/12 17:46pm]

hmmmm yes any horror movie with a kid in it is not good for a kid to watch, but most horror movies have the same story with a kid being eaten alive. lol

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Reply #27 posted 07/02/12 6:18pm

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OzlemUcucu said:

NDRU said:

well, when you're a little kid it's pretty scary

But he's just going mental. Those vampire movies are scarier. I thought one is gonna come to me when I was sleepin, so I had to leave lights on 25 hours in my room. lol

That's way more believable, and more scary. I thought my own dad would start chasing me with an axe!

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Reply #28 posted 07/02/12 6:22pm

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OzlemUcucu said:

hmmmm yes any horror movie with a kid in it is not good for a kid to watch, but most horror movies have the same story with a kid being eaten alive. lol

I hate kids. lol There are no kids involved with the scene that freaked me out. A FULLY GROWN MAN crawls out of an already messed up pregnant woman's vagina. lol

By today's standards it's pretty tame, and it wouldn't bother me if I saw it now. Now I would be like, "Oh, it's just a movie!" But at 12, it was hard core. lol

Warning: This scene is gross. If you're sensetive to such things it's not pretty. If you don't like horror, don't watch it.

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Reply #29 posted 07/02/12 6:29pm

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NDRU said:

JuliePurplehead said:

nod Yep, and this

[img:$uid]http://i338.photobucket.com/albums/n411/musicalmystery/nerds.jpg[/img:$uid]

8 years old is too young for "We've got bush!"

lol You know the one I still have never seen is Porky's

I did! That's another one that I can't believe my mom let me watch. I don't think I was even in school yet. There was one movie I watched where a girl was humping her giant teddy bear. I can't remember the name of it though.

Most of my friend's parents were strict. I had one friend that couldn't watch Dirty Dancing when she was 10 years old. Her mom's head would explode if she knew the kind of smut we watched at my house.

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