12 Famous Films That Unintentionally Tap into Your Worst Fears

The Exorcist and Get Out, as well as more recent thrillers, have all contributed to the long history of frightening audiences with their films.

However, due to their unintentionally horrifying themes or disturbing images, certain films may unwittingly give viewers the chills.

Click (2006)

Due to the theme of this movie, many viewers get scared of wasting what little time they have left of their lives that one viewer speaks of having an existential crisis.

Parent Trap (1998)

The thought of losing affection for your significant other and a lengthy custody battle might unsettle intending couples, but that is the act of Parent Trap, where identical twins Annie and Hallie switch parental guardianship to reunite their parents.

Toy Story (1995)

As kids, this frightened many, thinking toys could see and hear everything. Toys are made from several mixed pieces and scare the house in general.

Gravity (2013)

Sandra Bullock and George Clooney act out the astronauts lost in space and teaming up to survive the ordeal. A sci-fi thriller but still scary for those opposed to being lost in a void.

Watership Down (1975)

A civilization built around rabbits is the order of the day in this animated adventure. It makes the viewer “feel the terror that rabbits feel around humans.”

Mars Attack (1996)

Tim Burton's film humors us with aliens from Mars who meet with the United States president under the guise of peacemaking. However, it seems like something else.

Swipe up to learn more!