Jaimetud: The Top 11 NEXT Best Scares of Childhood
Jaimetud's biggest episode yet is back for a second round of scares, this time in a full hour long fright fest! See it now, the way it was meant to be seen!
Name: S.R. Hunt
Date And Time: 2013-10-05 19:10:37Comment:
I showed the opening of the Ark scene as an example of Steven Speilberg's work in school. And everyone was like 0_0 I saw Jaws earlier this year for the first time, and it didn't scare me. And I'm only 15, HARRY POTTER SCARED ME MORE THAN JAWS!!!! i'm one screwed up kid. I still love Jaws, though, it's fantastic!
Date And Time: 2013-02-08 12:35:44Comment:
pennywise scares the pis avth of mee when ai whas a little boy
Date And Time: 2012-08-14 20:57:04Comment:
I use to love the Goosebumps books. Whats sad is I became a fan right after it started to loose its popularity.
Date And Time: 2012-08-01 09:02:37Comment:
Just the whole idea if human sacrifice creeps me out
Date And Time: 2012-07-17 19:42:34Comment:
Allow me to make a suggestion or two. Mimi (super paper mario) pleasure island (pinocchio) lavender town (pokemon red/blue) the legend of zelda: majora's mask and the clock tower (epic mickey)
Name: Catherine L.
Date And Time: 2012-04-15 22:28:44Comment:
You know the really freaky part of the sacrifice scene from the Temple of Doom? They actually duplicate that scene in an episode of Codename Kids Next Door with the lava being replaced by scalding hot melted chocolate and a class pet rabbit almost being dipped into it to make an actual chocolate bunny. They have the creepy chanting and everything!
But the really scary part? The antagonist of the episode falls into the chocolate lava and comes back out at the end of the episode but he changes into a chocolate monster. And I thought he was scary as a candy mummy from a previous episode!
But this was a great list you guys! I hope to see more collaborations from you two.
Date And Time: 2012-04-10 13:24:44Comment:
MUTTFISTO!!! hahahahahahahahahahaha that is the funniest name for a devil dog ever
Date And Time: 2012-04-09 11:26:30Comment:
Nice list guys, so if you could reply to me please tell me how you make a video on youtube and also tell you make youself apper in the video while it cuts to you and the scenes. Please please reply back to me A.S.A.P
Date And Time: 2011-12-13 17:26:07Comment:
11: i might give it a ride. 10:never seen it and dont want to. 9: WHOO! now that scared me for years. 8:never heard of it, and that came from disney? 7:scared me out of a religion, just kidding.
6:do they still sell it because its more entertaining than it is scary. 5:I REALLY HATE THAT MOVIE, but that is incredibly creepy. 4: BORING!!! those books are as bad as twilight. 3:Godzilla's back, that is just plain awesome but not scary. 2:jaws is not scary worth jack. 1:ARE YOU KIDDING Indiana Jones is just plain awesome and those scenes are just plain discusting not scary
Date And Time: 2011-12-05 18:18:14Comment:
Gee. It's too bad you didn't add Eon The Terrible To this list.
Date And Time: 2011-12-05 06:14:43Comment:
my younger brother favorite books are one by r.l stine
Name: Hewy Toonmore
Date And Time: 2011-10-24 10:30:23Comment:
@Julius Dude, just leave it alone, okay?
Name: Joshua Orro
Date And Time: 2011-10-19 11:31:22Comment:
im surprised the haunted mansion is on this list, i fell asleep on my first visit, this version of alice went on for hours, i like disney's version better.the firebird is a disney version of moltres from pokemon, charlie's nightmare is INDEED SCARY as the clown from brave little toaster, mombi is worst than Elphaba, i used to read goosebumps alot, i did see godzilla 2000, i watched all the jaws films last october
Name: Bree Juola
Date And Time: 2011-10-19 11:12:40Comment:
I've saw Jaws when I was little kid one of many mistakes I've seen when my mom is easy going to let me and my sister watch whatever we want and the grandparents didn't pay attention. I had nightmares of it coming in the bathtub ^^;. But during my childhood I've was able to see Tales from the crypt when I was four years old so that gave me nightmares for months on end. I was never scared of the indiana jones I wanted to try out one of the scenes and I am dead lucky my mom didn't seen the dinner scene in temple of doom or it'll be the last time I see Indiana jones.
Date And Time: 2011-10-18 19:36:11Comment:
Hewy, I believe that this version of Alice in Wonderland is one of the worst adaptations ever. Yes, it is more faithful to the source material than the Disney version, but does that really mean it's better? I think that a film based on a book isn't great depending on how well it stays close to the book. I think it just depends on whether it tells a good story or not (Disney's Pinocchio and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory come to mind). Not only is it just a bland straight-forward retelling of the story, but the costumes, sets, and songs are really stupid. I think that this film's only purpose was to bring tons of has-been stars back into the limelight. But because very few make an effort to stand out, this fails as well.
Date And Time: 2011-10-18 09:36:10Comment:
@Karlo: What do you mean he HAD to make an exception with the wolves? What Baum should've done was have the Lion fight off the wolves to prove his inner courage and have the Tin Man protect the group from the bees because he's made of tin and they can't hurt him.
Date And Time: 2011-10-18 04:36:31Comment:
i love this. very cool :)
Date And Time: 2011-10-17 15:29:59Comment:
@Julius It is inconsistent with the rest of the character's personality but I think he had to make an exception with the wolves.
Date And Time: 2011-10-17 15:27:47Comment:
The Godzilla segment makes it look as if minya's Pillsbury dough boy look was actually what godzilla's design degenerated into. He never looked that bizarre anyway lol
Date And Time: 2011-10-16 19:03:45Comment:
What I mean is by dark is that there was hardly ever a time where the heroes were in some kind of life-threatening danger. In the scene you were refering to, the Tin Man easily killed an entire pack of wolves all by himself, meaning that these wolves were not a very good threat. In the movie, these winged monkeys captured Dorothy and attacked the companions easily followed by the Wicked Witch threatening to kill her, whereas in the book where the Witch sends a pack of wolves, a swarm of bees, a flock of crows, and the winged monkeys until she finally captures Dorothy and then realizing when she does capture her that she can't kill her or take the shoes. By the way, if the Tin Man hates taking the life of any living thing, than how did he suddenly get the nerve to kill an entire pack of wolves?
Date And Time: 2011-10-16 12:02:26Comment:
@Julius Did you miss the part in "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" where the Tin Man used his axe to kill wolves sent by the wicked witch of the west? They were dark, you just don't realize it.
Date And Time: 2011-10-16 03:05:50Comment:
I'm sorry, but L. Frank Baum's Oz books are not that dark. With the acception of the Nome King, every villain in the series is either played for comic effect, or has some silly weakness. In the book, Princess Languidere (Mombi in The Return to Oz) is more spoiled than evil and the Wheelers are merely mischievous. In the movie, these characters are actually threatening. I honestly think that the musical was darker compared to the original book. The Wicked Witch and the Land of the Winkies were far more frightening in the movie, but because there are so many lighthearted moments people forget how threatening this movie really was. And besides, The Return to Oz actually deviates from the source material just as much as The Wizard of Oz does. Baum was groundbreaking in terms of literature but let's face it, his books just don't hold up today.
Date And Time: 2011-10-15 19:48:58Comment:
Wow, I really gotta say. Good job, both of you. Extra kudos to James and his incredible editing skills. Seriously, there are some things I wanna learn from you, man.
Date And Time: 2011-10-15 15:52:26Comment:
@Ebalance Return to Oz is based off of "Ozma of Oz" and "The Land of Oz" obviously there would be combining of characters. So don't be a spam just because you're wrong and remember that if a movie is based off of more than one novel, such things will happen.
Date And Time: 2011-10-15 14:13:18Comment:
to: Ebalance. She IS Mombie! Seriously, watch the movie!
Date And Time: 2011-10-15 09:34:30Comment:
I guess I know my movie for Halloween night. [Smiles]
Date And Time: 2011-10-15 09:29:18Comment:
A two-parter turned full length definetly seems special to me.
Date And Time: 2011-10-15 03:27:19Comment:
Andrew: Nope. This is meant to be the same episode only in one full part.
Date And Time: 2011-10-15 02:48:14Comment:
The entries are the same. Did you upload the wrong video?
Date And Time: 2011-10-15 00:03:48Comment:
Her name is Princess Languidere!!! SHE'S NOT MOMBI!!! Mombi is an old ugly witch who is the wicked "caretaker/imprisoner" of Tip/Ozma... who doesn't even APPEAR in the movie Return to Oz, which is a Frankenstein-esque monstrosity of a film as it mangles the source material of two completely separate stories, as well as just changing things almost beyond recognition in some cases... like the poor Nome King Ruggedo, who in this movie is some kind of rock monster... bizarre... so while in it's own right the movie is okay... it in no way resembles L. Frank Baum's Oz... I'm sick of people saying that it does when they really haven't done the research or read all the books (the one's by Baum, not all the other ones...) so... no... in fact NOT more true to the book than the 1939 movie... just a totally NEW way of messing things up than before... Oh... BTW... in the book the nomes look like actual nomes... you know, the garden variety... but less colorful... and the reason why eggs are bad... if an egg touches a nome he looses his fairy immortality... so... please be kind to Baum, don't misrepresent.
Date And Time: 2011-10-14 22:58:05Comment:
That's what makes this episode special? It's all in one part