10 Disturbing Moments You Totally Missed In Your Favourite Movies

You'll never think about these films quite the same way again.

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Short Round
Paramount Pictures

There's a lot to be said for films that open themselves up on repeat viewings, rewarding those who keep coming back for more with neat Easter eggs and thoughtful hidden details. Who doesn't love a movie that fleshes itself out the more they watch it?

But on the other hand, there are those movies that go in a whole other direction with their meticulous attention to detail, by straight-up toying with audiences, even including low-key horrifying moments sure to disgust anyone who sets eyes upon them.

These 10 films, all beloved classics of their respective genres, nevertheless hid some ominous, unsettling, and simply effed-up moments in plain sight for keen-eyed viewers to catch.

While even most adult viewers missed these iffy moments, when you're in the know they'll fundamentally change how you watch each film forever more. So, sorry about that in advance.

Once you're aware of these sneaky morsels of sheer horror, they'll lodge themselves deep in your brain and leap out at you every time you revisit these movies - whether for better or worse...

10. David Bowie's Face Is Hidden Throughout The Film - Labyrinth

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Short Round
TriStar Pictures

Jim Henson's Labyrinth may be one of the most gorgeously crafted fantasy films of all time, but it's also mightily creepy too, topped by a gloriously unsettling performance from David Bowie as Jareth the Goblin King.

As if Jareth courting 16-year-old Sarah Williams (Jennifer Connelly) wasn't queasy enough, Labyrinth also features a number of scenes where Jareth's face is sneakily hidden in the environment.

In seven establishing shots throughout Sarah's journey, David Bowie's face is eerily baked into rock faces, trees, and even the ground itself, sure to send a chill running down the spine of anyone who actually notices it.

And while it's often said that the human brain is designed to seek out human faces wherever it can, in this case your mind is most certainly not playing a trick on you. It's entirely the doing of Henson and his skilled crew.


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