Nostalgia Critic: Top 11 Scariest Nostalgic Moments

Nostalgia Critic: Top 11 Scariest Nostalgic Moments

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  1. Okay, so here are my thoughts on this list.

    #11: I watched this movie a lot as a kid, but the Wicked Witch wasn’t what scared me. What scared me in that movie were the munchkins. They were the size of children but with the faces of adults and I had not only never seen a midget before but I didn’t know that they even existed.

    #10: This scene didn’t scare me as a kid. I (and everyone I went to school with) thought it was the coolest part of the movie. When I saw the movie again more recently I was disturbed to see what images were in the background. But I still love WW’s speech that he says in the tunnel!

    #9: Never seen this movie (or anything Care Bears). Just the Critic review of it (and other Care Bears reviews). That freeze of the weird face does look awesome though.

    #8: Yet again another movie I saw as a kid that didn’t scare me, but was really cool.

    #7: I never saw this as a kid. Saw it for the first time a few years ago so it probably didn’t have the same effect on me as it would for a kid.

    #6: I think I saw these movies for the first time as either a pre-teen or teenager. So, I can’t say I ever found them to be scary. Just cool!

    #5: I loved this movie as a kid! And this guy was the main reason why. He wasn’t scary to me, just awesome.

    #4: I actually saw this movie for the first time last year. And since I had already seen this video before seeing it, I knew it was coming. But knowing it was in the movie just gave me something cool to look forward to.

    #3: This guy is awesome! He was the main reason I watched the movie as a kid.

    #2: I’ve only seen this movie once and it was as a teenager. I honestly don’t remember the clown at all. All I remember at this point is that there was a little girl and a midget chick.

    #1: Never seen it and had never even heard of it until seeing this review for the first time.

    Top 3 funniest Critic comments are:

    There’s an especially gay moment where the villain of the movie sings a ukulele song about Wonderland. Because, frankly, villains need more ukulele songs.

    Just imagine him in drag trying to play a Mary Poppins pedophile from Hell.

    If Stephen King did a biography on Mickey Mouse, my guess is he’d probably look something like this.

    And for anyone wondering what scared me most as a kid: The moment in The Last Starfighter when the alien removed his human face. I still haven’t seen that movie again since I saw it once as a kid.

  2. #11.She was never scary
    #10.It was such a funny scene
    #9.Not scary
    #8.This was great cool horseman
    #7.Very fun
    #6.Cool
    #5.Funny
    #4.Very good
    #3.He is a good villain
    #2.Ha very great
    #1.So not scary

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