It's safe to say that George Lucas and the many other talented creatives behind the numerous adventures seen going down in this galaxy far, far away have never been shy of delving into the darker sections of the storytelling seas.
After all, when bringing to life tales that inevitably focus on harrowing subjects likes war and death, both given more than fair share of attention over the course of the Skywalker Saga, various small screen offerings, and Star Wars world on the page, a few eggs being brutally broken along the way was always to be expected.
However, for a series that still boasts the feat of never rising above a 12A certificate throughout its life on our screens, it doesn't half have a habit of scorching imagery into your brain capable of keeping you up at night.
From the brutal butchering of defenceless infants during night one on the job, to the galaxy's cutest little legend chowing down on the next generation, Lucas and now Disney may have largely forged this much-loved universe for the younger generation, but you can bet they successfully sent a few of them to therapy along the way on the back of these moments...
10. Luke's Bizarre Milking Moment
Easing into this list with an entry that doesn't actually involve a shocking execution or the massacring of an infant (but we'll get there!), here's that time fans spent two years eagerly anticipating the return of arguably the most famous Jedi in pop culture history, only to be left recoiling in their seats at his hermit habits in The Last Jedi.
With Rey desperate to recruit the iconic Jedi Master to the Resistance's cause, the Force-sensitive soul finds herself being dragged around Ahch-To by the disenchanted space wizard as he went about his daily errands, leading to one of the most bizarre occurrences the Sequels had to offer - and that is saying something.
Squeezing the tit of a docile thala-siren on the coastline, Luke proceeds to milk said creature before taking a hearty swig of the hard-earned green milk he'd just harvested from the oddly laid back entity.
From Skywalker and the animal's creepy eye-contact with Rey as this whole exchange goes down, to the touch too long amount of screen time afforded to the aforementioned milk-maker, this all made for a bit of a peculiar minute or so of movie magic.