Perhaps Dean and Sam Winchester have a better hand at dealing with shit like these lol
A huge high five for those who recognize this character through a wave of nostalgia because they were scared shitless watching this when they were young
I first watched Child's Play when I was 4 (yeah I know, it couldn't get any worse) and regarded Chucky as the scariest thing to ever show its face on earth. I guess I have a really strange relationship with this movie because it is both nostalgic and bittersweet to reflect back on, but at the same time Chucky's face is drilled deep into my brain so hauntingly I don't think I'll ever completely forget it xD Though by 'haunting' I probably meant in terms of its existence and less about it actually scaring me every now and then. Because I have known this character for so long now, it's as if he's a building block of my childhood ROFL so yeah. Neighbours.
Now I am so excited since I JUST heard that this series could be adapted into a remake and be released around 2012/13 (yes I know I'm slow |||OTL)
Child's Play theme song! [link] It is actually a very beautiful piece and not creepy at all FFFFF I barely remembered the movie ever having a theme though since I watched it so long ago ;___;
Sherlock (c) BBC
Child's Play (c) Tom Holland/director
And that's about in short summary how my picture viewing went before I nearly jumped. Creepy efficient. Chucky would have had jump on me easily.... *shutter*
The story of how I dound this picture:
Last night I watched a Watchmojo video at night in my bedroom with the lights off. The video was entitled "Top 10 Movies You Have to Watch Twice", or something along the lines of that. Among the several horror movies the video included Donnie Darko, The Sixth Sense, and Fight Club. For someone who was freaked out by Coraline this was the worst decision imaginable for me at night. This morning I woke up, worked for a while, made lunch, and continued working. Then I decided to procrastinate.
And then I found this picture.
After being initially terrified I found these past twenty four hours nothing short of amusing. Still, this picture is incredibly well done and thankfully, I decided to look at it in the daytime so I can appreciate it better and the fear factor is lower.
Good job and thank you for making this scary ride worthwhile
I can never forget how absolutely terrified I was as a child after seeing this. I watched the movie, got scared shitless, my parents mocked me so I decided to show them that I wasn't affected by staying calm and indifferent when the topic arose for a few days. I slept fine with no nightmares, went upstairs by myself, eventually they let it go. I only managed because of one simple thought, "Chucky doesn't know me, so there's no chance he'll ever find me". The next time we went to the shopping centre, my sister and I passed by a comic store that sold models from movies and there on display was a very realistic Chucky. I stood frozen for a few seconds before silently continuing. For the next few months, the horrible image was engraved in my head of that doll crawling its way into my room, following me, every shadow was Chucky.
So thank you for that friendly reminder <3
HOLY CRAP WHAT IS THAT THING BEHIND YOU!
I literally jumped in my seat a bit.
I've never seen the movie, but this is very creepy/ awesome, so I might have to...
But then again, I don't want to develop a fear of dolls.
Great piece though!
Someone please write a fic about this!!!
I think it's hilarious that you watched this when you were four.
what a great idea! xD
i like Sherlocks little dialogue....
My mother has a female doll from when she was a child that now looks HELL CREEPY, which she likes to hide in our cupboards randomly... -_- fml
This movie creeped me out! Ahaha, psycho doll. Can't ever forget this.
FOR GREAT JUSTICE!
Yes, call the Winchesters.