It's often said that the very best movies offer up artistry in every single shot, that you could take any individual image from the film and proudly hang it on a wall.
But that apparently isn't enough for some filmmakers, who decided to hide extra added value in specific frames of their movie - the secrets left lying in wait for the most observant viewers to catch.
These hidden frames range from clever visual gags in animated films to sneaky Easter eggs, clever subliminal tricks played on the audience, and occasionally even an effort to cram some objectionable content into the film just for kicks.
In each case, most casual observers never noticed the sneaky images, and it typically only came to light thanks to more recent, high quality home video releases.
Almost nobody caught these secret frames during each film's theatrical release because they simply passed by the human eye too fast, but with the luxury of a freeze-frame at home, fans were able to uncover these telling, at times unsettling hidden secrets...
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