Dexter & Debra |S01Ep09| “Father Knows Best”

I think I bit more than I could chew with the countdown :| but maybe what I’ll start doing is combining at least 2 movies in one photoset to finish faster but I don’t want it to be sloppy or ugly :( Also maybe giffing more the movie and less the people, even though it’s supposed to be a TV documentary

Bravo’s 100 Scariest Movie Moments

90. Night of the Hunter (1955) | Charles Laughton

Leonard Maltin: "The fact that there are children involved, and that they are children at risk and being threatened, is part of what gives the film its juice."

Bravo’s 100 Scariest Movie Moments

91. Shallow Grave (1994) | Danny Boyle

Mark Kermode: “3 fairly ordinary,an fairly unlikable people take on a new flatmate who promptly drops dead, leaving them with a suitcase full of money. And then they have a choice. What do they do? Do they hand the money to the police or do they get rid of the corpse and keep the money?”

Bravo’s 100 Scariest Movie Moments

92. Village of the Damned (1960) | Wolf Rilla

John Carpenter: "You see it now and you realize there’s some really hysterically funny things abut it. George Sanders is maybe the worst father anybody’s ever seen."

Are You Afraid Of The Dark? | S01Ep02 |

The Tale Of Laughing In The Dark

"It was Friday night, and Playland was jammed. For thousands of kids it had everything they wanted. But for one kid, i had just a little bit too much."

Bravo’s 100 Scariest Movie Moments

93. Child’s Play (1988) | Tom Holland

Elaine Klimaszewski: "He was the scariest, meanest, most vicious, violent, shit-headed doll."

Bravo’s 100 Scariest Movie Moments

94. Pacific Heights (1990) | John Schlesinger

Keiko Agena: "Michael Keaton is almost like a cancer destroying their whole lives, and the worst part is that everything that he does makes it seem like it’s their fault."

Bravo’s 100 Scariest Movie Moments

95. Jurassic Park (1993) | Steven Spielberg

Stan Winston: "I, my studio, did not design scary dinosaurs. We designed real dinosaurs."

Bravo’s 100 Scariest Movie Moments

96. The Birds (1963) | Alfred Hitchcock

Rob Reiner: "Swarms of anything. Whether they’re locusts, grasshoppers, bees, birds. Things swarming are very scary."