10. Judge Claude Frollo Goes To Hell - The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Disney movies have a sick affiliation for disturbing movie deaths, which is why children today are nowhere near as cool or tough as the ones that grew up in watching an array of villains meet their doom in the '90s. One of the most shocking and disturbing of these Disney-deaths, though, can be found in the brilliant and underrated The Hunchback of Notre Dame
, which set out to adapt Victor Hugo's seminal novel in animated form, though this time Disney didn't feel like cutting out all the horrors inherent to the book. They left a lot of freaky in. I don't know about you, but I find religious iconography to be particular frightening when it's used in a movie to symbolism an all-mighty power, or unknown force. That's the case in Hunchback
, where bad guy Judge Claude Frollo is forced to face up to the eyes of God moments before he's cast into a symbolic pit of fiery hell. I'm not making that up: God actually presents himself in the form of a gargoyle in order to make Frollo lose his grip, and he plummets to his death because... well, he spent much of the movie trying to set fire to gypsies. Ah, Disney.