Do You Find Children's Movies Scarier Than Horror Movies?

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16 Nov 2015, 8:33 pm

I've watched quite a few horror films and haven't really gotten goosebumps/chills, as I do when I watch some movies made for younger audience. Two films come to mind, one is "Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey" (1993) where there is a scene where the dogs and the cat first spend the night in the woods. It's really eerie, and the the sound, the wind, the scenes and the way the dog was describing the big Moose. There was no Moose, he was just saying about one.

Another is "The Little Engine That Could" (1991) short film. The "mountain monster" in that movie, it shows it it at the first, much more scarier later on in the film. That sure gave me the goosebumps.

Is it just me?