Musings of a Museum Fanatic: 7 Disney Cartoons that Scared the Sh** Out of You

4.18.2018

7 Disney Cartoons that Scared the Sh** Out of You


Kevin and I were talking the other day about our favorite Disney movies and it turned into Disney movies that scared the living daylights out of us. Since I hate horror and scary movies but Kevin loves them I thought he'd say none of them ever scared him. Boy was I wrong! He definitely had some strong opinions about some of those scary Disney movies. Today we're looking at 7 Disney cartoons that scared the sh** out of us. What Disney cartoon scares you the most?


Lady and the Tramp 
Kevin says "Stormy, dark scurrying rat, the dogs freaking out, the music, the search! The baby!" I definitely agree this scene always freaked me out when I was younger.


Lambert the Sheepish Lion from Silly Symphony
Kevin says "The wolf. Coming down and taking the lamb, the creepy music, howling, night, white eyes."


The Black Cauldron
Let's be honest almost the entire movie is scary as all get out but this scene where the Army of the Dead awakens is just down right terrifying!


The Princess & The Frog
Anything related to the shadow creatures in this movie is scary. Then in Facilier's demise voodoo dolls pop out of the ground and a he gets eaten by a voodoo mask and grave. Yikes!


Night on Bald Mountain from Fantasia
This was actually always one of my favorite scenes in Fantasia. I love the song. Do not love all the creepy spirit things flying around. Nope Nope Nope.


Hunchback of Notre Dame
Frollo is pretty creepy throughout the entire movie and definitely gets his just desserts in the end. You really see how crazy is in this song though.


A Christmas Carol 
Kevin says "Scrooge being thrown into the grave, fire billowing up, the Pete character with WHITE eyes and NO pupils, the depths of hell! So CREEPY."


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