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As parents raise their children, it’s important to show them a vast variety of media, but there are some animated movies that may be a little too much for children to handle. With scary elements and dark themes, there are ten films parents may be too scared to show their children until they’re much, much older.
The Last Unicorn sounds like a safe adventure until skeletons, dragons, and flaming bulls enter the picture. The Brave Little Toaster looks like a fun story on the surface until you see some of the more destructive scenes. Mars Needs Moms sends so many wrong messages to children the film is just wrong on so many levels. Monster House is not only filled with scares, but the backstory behind the monster is pretty tragic. The Adventures of Lolo the Penguin is filled with some of the craziest scenes you’ve ever seen a cartoon penguin take place in. Angry Birds has some pretty bad messages about judging others and has been associated with neo nazis. Coraline is downright scary -- even for some adults who watch it. The Black Cauldron may be one of Disney’s darkest films with some pretty frightening animation including multiple scenes with animated blood. The Horned King makes other Disney villains look like a joke. Watership Down will change the way you look at bunnies forever with harsh images, scary moments, and true terror around every corner. The Plague Dogs has a creepy concept that is only perpetuated by some terrible violence and ultra-realistic scenes. Watch to see all these moments parents do not want their children seeing!
THE LAST UNICORN THE BRAVE LITTLE TOASTER MARS NEEDS MOMS MONSTER HOUSE THE ADVENTURES OF LOLO THE PENGUIN ANGRY BIRDS CORALINE THE BLACK CAULDRON WATERSHIP DOWN THE PLAGUE DOGS
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