13 Children’s Movies That Aren’t Considered “Horror” Movies, But Really Should Be

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6. The Brave Little Toaster (1987)

After being abandoned by their “master,” a rag-tag team of household appliances set out into a genuine hell-scape to locate their new home.

The Most Nightmare-Inducing Moment: THE CLOWN, YA’LL. IT’S THE FREAKING FIREFIGHTING CLOWN.

7. The Dark Crystal (1982)

Have you ever thought to yourself: “I love the Muppets, but I also love having nightmares. When will they make a movie for me?” Well, do I have good news for you!

The Most Nightmare-Inducing Moment: I can’t even pick just one moment…mostly it’s the dead look in all of the puppets’ eyes, TBH.

8. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

A disturbing-looking alien is abandoned by his family before terrorizing a small suburban household. He befriends a young boy with whom he becomes inexplicably intertwined. The government gets involved and attempts to do painful experiments on both the alien and the young boy.

The Most Nightmare-Inducing Moment: Remember when E.T. was full-on dying? And he turned, like, an unsavory gray color? No, thank you.

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