As kids, some of us looked forward to coming home from school or wake up Saturday morning to watch our favorite shows. Now most of the shows we did watch as kids were innocent and light hearted but there have been moments in kid shows were it got a little disturbing or inappropriate for us. We probably thought nothing of it but now that we’re older and look back at them, we probably wondered why we were even allowed to watch it or why someone was allowed air this on tv. Let’s take a trip down memory lane, I’m Cryptic Hatter and here are 10 Disturbing Moments In Kid Shows:
There's so much from Stephen King as it is, so it's easy to miss even the most obscure. Part of the reason for that is the fact that many get plenty of press, lots of sold tickets, interviews and hoopla. Whereas others are just back-burned due to being under major development or limited to a particular platform. Hence why you have to read up on this! Take notes. Prepare. And.... Perhaps subscribe to those streaming platforms?
Since its debut in the early 90s, Cartoon Network has been a favorite channel among young viewers and even adult viewers as well because of the shows that aired on it. It aired some of the best shows ever from the classic Hanna-Barbera cartoons to some modern favorites such as The Amazing World Of Gumball. Cartoon Network was one of my favorite tv channels growing up and exposed me to some of my all time favorite shows but what if the shows we watched as kids weren’t so innocent as they seemed? Get ready to have your childhood ruined (if still intact), I’m Cryptic Hatter and here are 10 Creepy Cartoon Network Theories:
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Chapter Two: Red Snow Freedom
When you think about it, we shouldn't be too surprised that the boys at Full Moon Entertainment recently relaunched their streaming service, branded as Full Moon Features—featuring 500+ titles of some of the shlockiest, sexiest, sleaziest, cheesiest, B-horror flicks ever known to man.
Questions are flyin' everywhere. Of course, this all could be just a silly rumor.
Annabelle Comes Home is winding down its theatrical run after just over a month on the big screen and a successful run at the box office. The latest film in what I have personally dubbed the 'Conjuring-verse,' patent pending, Annabelle Comes Home has brought in over $70 million dollars domestically and more than $200 million dollars worldwide off a production budget reportedly less than $20 million dollars.
Make no mistake: The Blair Witch Project certainly had its fans. Stephen King himself happens to be one of them. But the idea of new Blair Witch films honestly may even make the fans go meh, and others want to scoff at the idea. After all, the film did have two sequels, neither of them impressing much. The much maligned Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows and the unusual and a bit over-the-top Blair Witch somehow just didn't have the newness magic the original had, but it just so happens that the original director Eduardo Sanchez himself recently came out and spoke of the very real possibility...
What a list, don't you think? And an interesting one given it comes from the master of horror himself. However, you may notice a certain theme here after reviewing the entire list of horror films, but we won't reveal that until you get to the bottom of the list.
There seems to be a lot of people who love to watch horror movies. As of July 2019, there is a long list of horror films to choose from. You might have seen or heard about some of them, but there might be just as many you haven't seen.