Jaimetud: The Top 11 NEXT Best Scares of Childhood (Part 2)
The long awaited second half of Jaimetud and Hewy Toonmore's grand collaboration is up! What childhood haunts made it into this half of the special? Tune in to find out!
Name: Professor Morgan
Date And Time: 2013-01-20 17:31:13Comment:
The Indy Trilogy and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull where that part where He tried go to the Fridge when a Nuclear Bomb blows-up
Date And Time: 2012-12-03 11:31:01Comment:
I think you should do a video on goosebumps show vs. Are you afraid of the dark
Date And Time: 2012-10-13 04:18:23Comment:
my bigest scare was peeny wise the dansing clovn from stephen kings it
Date And Time: 2012-09-13 23:05:37Comment:
LSD induced music from "The Point" narrated by Ringo Starr terrified me.... especially that whale decomposing
Date And Time: 2012-08-28 23:28:06Comment:
I will always remember "Return to Oz" because the Wheelers made my sister cry. Heh heh heh, good times.
Date And Time: 2012-05-17 21:31:43Comment:
6. Never played the game. But still scares me... 5. Face it. While the Nome King and the Wheelers aren't scary, But Mombi.. YIKES. 4. Watched some Goosebumps episodes. IN FRICKIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL!!! 3. Never mess with the king of monsters, BITCHES! 2. That dead face at the night dive scene.. Worse than the dead face from The Deadly Spawn (1983) 1. I've seen scarier. But stills scares others that are faint of heart.
Name: Cynthia Roundtree
Date And Time: 2012-04-29 15:19:43Comment:
That 7th Guest game looks pretty creepy, but I've never played it, I HATED the Goosebumps series, except the episode The Haunted Mask, that one was pretty good, and Return To Oz gave me nightmares for months AAAAAAAAAAAH!!! Either Hewy or Jamietud should do a review of Braindead 13, now some of THAT stuff is a scare fest, but it is cool ^_^
Date And Time: 2011-11-16 18:04:45Comment:
any way dude make another movie list about the the top 20 scarest movies please
a person with adhd that me
Date And Time: 2011-10-01 08:09:09Comment:
Here's something creepy Sweet Home by Capcom. Lookt it up, it ain't pretty it was Japan exclusive!
Name: Mohammed Yahya
Date And Time: 2011-07-31 20:26:02Comment:
You should do another one with the bunyip from dot and the kangaroo.
Date And Time: 2011-07-22 21:14:40Comment:
I may have considered the raptors, but with this list, we were edgin as much towards the underrated as possible.
Date And Time: 2011-07-15 00:27:03Comment:
what about jurassic park 1 the raptors
Date And Time: 2011-06-15 21:34:07Comment:
When I saw Mombi, I immediately was reminded of the Headhunter from the Castlevania Aria of Sorrow game.
Date And Time: 2011-06-10 20:26:54Comment:
6. I'm not a gamer, so I'm not familiar with this one. 5. Never saw...too freaky for me! 4. I read a Goosebumps book when I was a kid...I found it more goofy than scary. Love the "Awesome Theme Song Dance!" 3. I've never seen the Godzilla movies, but that freaky lizard STILL freaks me out! 2. Pretty freaky! Glad MY dad didn't show it to me when I was 3; I'd be majorly f-ed up for life! 1. Yeah, these movies freaked me out a little...great choice, guys!
Date And Time: 2011-06-06 06:27:45Comment:
@Predaconmatrix, to be honest, the Alien scared me more than the Predator. The way they reproduced with the chestbusters gave me nightmares for months. And I also played Alien Vs Predator 2 on the PC and the Marine campaign was by far the scariest. All alone with the hundreds of Xenomorphs lurking in the darkness...The Predator was, by far, the best with the cloacking and its amazing weapons.
Date And Time: 2011-06-04 11:37:57Comment:
@Cartoonfan91: .............. Actually you never made me afraid since i saw you when i was older....... Now alien!!! That's another story........ I wasn't really scared of alien or predator but when i was like 9 i was allowed to see both........ Imagine being a kid wathcing those movies!!
Date And Time: 2011-06-01 17:40:59Comment:
@Predaconmatrix, Judge Doom: Remember me, Predaconmatrix? When I showed up on your TV for the first time, I scared you...JUST...LIKE...THIIIIS! I have to admit, Judge Doom is scary but only if you see him at a younger age. I've seen him a two years ago on youtube for the first time and he did not scare me at all. He looked incredibly funny and creepy at the same time.
Date And Time: 2011-06-01 13:30:09Comment:
@Jaimetud ya but i was fairly young because now i see it and think....... "Wow i was afraid of that when i was young?" But things like judge doom and animal x and so on have kinda lost their fear factor on me.....
Date And Time: 2011-05-28 19:18:38Comment:
I Have 2 Best Scares From Childhood 1.Percy's Ghostly Trick: This Episode Of Thomas and Friends Scared The Crap Out Of Me as a Kid. It's About Thomas Who Doesn't Belive In Percy's Ghost Story and Later Crashes Into A Lime Cart. This Is Where The Scary Part Comes In. When Percy First Comes In To Scare Thomas, Thomas's Scared Face Is So Scarry, This Has Got To Be On The List. You Can Check It Out On Youtube I'f You Will Like 2.The Graveyard Sequence From "The Lion King": I Would Have Nightmares SO Much I Ran Out Of The Room EVERYTIME This Sequence Came On.
Date And Time: 2011-05-27 23:57:35Comment:
So that's how they made the Godzilla roar, I've always wondered how they did it, I always assumed it was a mixture of different animal calls, and yeah Jaws was one of my big time childhood scares it scared me so much that I was afraid to swim in the deep end of the pool alone, I was introduced to it by my aunts and uncles.
Date And Time: 2011-05-27 17:26:10Comment:
What about Crocmire's boss in Super Metroid? His skin desintegrates off in lava, and as you leave his skeleton jumps out at you! Creepy!
Date And Time: 2011-05-26 20:51:02Comment:
@Hewy: You may have missed it, but I believe godzilla2030 agrees with you. It's buried in here somewhere.
Name: Hewy Toonmore
Date And Time: 2011-05-26 19:01:18Comment:
Anyone think Godzilla 1985 was scary other than me?
Date And Time: 2011-05-26 17:20:03Comment:
Just today I stumbled upon another of my childhood scares on Youtube and I promise that this is the last one from me. I don't want other viewers to think that I don't want them to share their scares. This one is from a cartoon named The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest and it was one of the first cartoons that I have seen where they used CGI. Whenever the characters entered a virtual reality world called Quest World, they used CGI and it was pretty good compared to some of the CGI used nowadays. There was one episode named Heroes where two of the protagonists went to a replica of the temple of Zeus to look for a stone statue of Apollo's head and that is where they met Medusa. Man, I was scared of her. Her snake hair, the fact that she had no feet and she was gliding, her green reptilish skin and her glowing eyes...nightmare fuel! The episode is on youtube, and after seeing that episode, I had nightmares for weeks.
Date And Time: 2011-05-26 16:12:48Comment:
No problem :). Jamietud, I just noticed something today when I watched the cartoon again. Doesn't the music at the begining of the cartoon sound like Night on Bald Mountain?
Date And Time: 2011-05-26 15:24:36Comment:
@Predaconmatrix: Just caught the VHS opening on Youtube. I believe you were frightened by the ad for the new Animal Kingdom. I don't blame you. I can see how they were trying to get the audience engaged with that one, but perhaps in your case, they went a tad too far.
Date And Time: 2011-05-26 15:12:31Comment:
@CartoonFan: I just checked that one out on Youtube. That...was...weird! It was like someone asked Rob Zombie to do design work for an episode of "The Wacky World of Tex Avery." I can definitely see the disturbance. Thanks for sharing!
Date And Time: 2011-05-26 13:42:54Comment:
(Spelling correction) "It wasn't the opening itself"
Date And Time: 2011-05-26 12:08:30Comment:
@Jaimetud Ya it was the opening to the movie itself it was the first ad you see if i'm correct it had a dragon pop up out of nowhre which freaked me out but the sudden random chanting in the opening caught me off guard the first time...... Not fear per say but like a jump scare. And animal x is a tv show which is really corny and fun now but back then that supernatural stuff had me in gleeful terror. Oh and like i said i think mystery hunters still runs along with truth or scare on the hub. the ending to gremlins when the decaying stripe popped up, Oh and the t-rex from land before time creeped me out when i was a kid. But now i think he's nothing compared to someone like grimlock.
Date And Time: 2011-05-26 05:13:16Comment:
I remembered another one that I don't think many people know about it. Back when I was a kid there was a cartoon show on Cartoon Network called What A Cartoon and it showed cartoons that were kinda like pilot episodes for a series. All of them were good but there was one that was distrubing and scary as hell! It's about a peaceful hippie worm that after being stepped on by a human numerous times goes crazy and wants to kill him by dropping a bucket full of acid on him. His worm girlfriend tries to stop him but in the process the worm guy slips and the bucket falls on his head and his face is covered with acid. Now the scary part is that there is this scene that comes out of nowhere. The worms are in a park and it's all sunny and beautiful, like nothing bad happened and then we see the worm's face. Half of it is deformed, you can see parts of his brain, his interior flesh and you see it, not once but twice...oh man! I can't believe I have forgotten about this scary scene. JamieTud, I highly recommend you look for this cartoon, I think you can find it on youtube and you will see what I mean. It's a really disturbing cartoon and since I watched it as a kid, you can imagine my reaction. The cartoon is called Tales of Worm Paranoia or Worm Paranoia.
Date And Time: 2011-05-26 00:01:02Comment:
Wow, these are all interesting choices. I can totally understand some of them. Judge Doom, the Robot from Robocop, Ursula, Cruella De Vil...those are all rather popular choices. But the opening to the Lion King 2 VHS and Animal X sound pretty rare and interesting. And Zexoguy, I really can't blame you.
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 17:36:03Comment:
I don't know why I keep watching these countdowns of the scariest things. Every time I do I feel like I'm gonna have nightmares. I guess I'm just too intrigued.
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 15:20:44Comment:
I love the 'Indy' series....and that's exactly what it is: Dangerous but beautiful in it's own special way..... AND GOOSEBUMPS FTW!!!!!!!!
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 14:23:02Comment:
Spelling corection *there are some*
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 14:22:15Comment:
Let's not forget that there some scary moments from the classic Disney movies as well. Although AniMat might have mentioned some of them, I will do the same and reveal some that he did not mention. I was scared of Ursula from the The Little Mermaid and when she gained power...oh man! But for me, the one Disney moment that scared me the most that I close my eyes even to this day, is Cruella De Vil's devilish face when she chasses the dalmations with her car. When I first saw that as a child I screamed and ran out of the room. So yeah, even the Happiest Place on Earth has scary moments.
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 13:49:00Comment:
*Spelling corrections* (Framed and here)
And @ Cartoonfan: Ya that giant guard that shot that guy to bits was creepy...... @ Bree: Ya i love that show now but i was freaked out by it when i was younger but now i know that its more of a thriller than a actual horror story or atleast it's not a huge gore fest is what i mean but don't get me wrong gore doesn't make things scary. Mortal kombat isn't scary but it's gorey.
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 12:26:39Comment:
Oh and something alot of you might not have heard of. Two shows that still run on discovery kids, Truth or scare and mystery hunters and one that sadly you can only find on youtube now....... Animal x. Oh and that explains why gremlins wasn't in hear but the second half or the ending did make a perfect fit. Oh and judge doom from who frammed roger rabbit.
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 11:57:20Comment:
Thank you, for putting in Godzilla 1985, it is one of my favorite scary movies of all time
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 11:05:44Comment:
Well, since you asked for us to share our childhood scares, I have a few but the one that pops out right now is the robot ED-209 from Robocop. When I saw him for the first time as a kid, he scared the living daylights out of me. His menacing presence, his robotic voice and that he snarls like a tiger...nightmare fuel for me. The scene where he chased Robocop and firing bullets and missles at him, man you surely wouldn't want to be in his place but the creepiest part for me was when ED-209 fell down the stairs and he started to squeal like a pig. Not to mention the stop-motion used for ED-209 was also a factor. What...the...? How can a robot snarl like a tiger and squeal like a pig? I could also mention Robocain from Robocop 2. Pretty much like ED-209 but ten times scarier! Well, these two are for now. If I remember more, I'll be sure to mention them.
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 04:00:52Comment:
Wow Great list! I remember reading alot of Goosebumps when I was younger and I still have all my books. I always do look forward to the Goosebumps TV show every halloween on CN.
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 03:38:09Comment:
I think R.L. Stein had a 4-D movie at Sea World called "R.L. Stein's Haunted Lighthouse". You'd get just as wet as someone in the Soak Zone in Shamu Stadium.
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 01:51:39Comment:
@Predaconmatrix: Actually, I haven't forgotten about Gremlins. But really, that one was too much fun for me to be considered frightening. Although I can see why it was.
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 01:51:25Comment:
>Indiana Jones 4 >screw the haters Screw you right back! Signed, Hater.
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 00:37:23Comment:
oh yeah those ants....ehhh when i left the theater all i could think about besides how fun the film was were those ants AND yest SCREW YOU HATERS
Date And Time: 2011-05-25 00:12:17Comment:
great list, and i love goosebumps, even the show...for the so bad it's good factor
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 23:24:10Comment:
@Jamie: Well for me it was things like........ The ad with the dragon or t-rex on the vhs lion king 2, The opening to lion king was kina creepy........ Jaws 1 and 2 of course, And i don't know how you forgot this one but GREMLINS!!! Man that was freaky!!
Name: James Fox
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 23:14:09Comment:
The Haunting Hour is better than the Goosebumps TV shows
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 22:39:40Comment:
Glad to see everyone enjoyed! Yeah, I'm considering doing another one of these in the future, seeing as you guys seem to enjoy watching them as much as I enjoy making them. But since this has gotten such good feedback, I'd like to ask you guys what would you say were the best scares of your childhood? And I mean the stuff that's specific to you. I'm interested to hear you out. Leave your best scares in the comments section here, and I'll check'em out!
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 21:09:29Comment:
Loved the part where Jaimetud's eyes popped out at 5:45!
Name: Face Nelson
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 20:55:08Comment:
Great work, Jaimetud and Hewy! These picks were spot-on, especially #1.
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 20:51:42Comment:
Oh and @South jersey sam: I agree and would have NEVER thought the kid story stephen king making a show like that. And i would love to see you join them if there's another.
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 20:44:53Comment:
Excellent review guys!! When it got to goosebumps i could finally relate to the scares. Great work hewy and jaime.
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 18:36:18Comment:
Nice list, you guys. Can't wait to see more of what you guys will review next. Please contniue you're reviews.
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 18:31:30Comment:
Great list. I have to admit, I did not see the number 1 scare. Great job. I remember the Goosebumps series, I watched a few episodes but the episodes did not scare that much. The intro did. The creepy music, the part with the dog with the glowing eyes scared me the most. When I first saw that scene when I was a kid, I never looked at dogs the same way.
Name: South Jersey Sam
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 17:02:06Comment:
LOL! Loved the "Re: Your Brains" reference! You play Left 4 Dead 2 as well?
and... R.L. Stine did Eureka's Castle?! 0.0 I'm frickin' shocked...
And a nice choice of number 1. It's true that those bits would be a good scare to everyone. A great list from you and Hewy. If you plan to do another Top 11 Scares list, I definately would want to join!
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 15:40:05Comment:
Damn good choices! Jaws, yeah, when I was eight! Scared me for a week. Indiana Jones, you know it, but I loved it!
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 15:29:17Comment:
Man, it's feels like it has been forever since Pt. 1. I'm so excited to watch this.
Name: Hewy Toonmore
Date And Time: 2011-05-24 14:39:42Comment:
It was an honor to work on this list with you, dude!