21 PG-Rated Films That Are In fact Terrifying

Parental Steering and a safety blanket are strongly recommended.



All of sudden, the seaside does not appear to be this sort of enjoyable situation, huh?

Enjoyable reality: There was once no PG-thirteen ranking when Jaws hit theaters in 1975. It wasn’t unless 1984 that the PG-13 rating came about, after the release of two more Spielberg films that were a little rough to handle (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Gremlins).

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Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Oh, this is a candy factory where children are killed with little to no remorse? Cool. And Wonka likes to take people on LSD trips with terrifying larger-than-life bugs? Cool. Cool.




Ghosts, in general, can be really terrifying. Especially in Poltergeist, where we see a man ripping his own face off, a killer clown doll, and a tree that tries to eat a boy.

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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Harrison Ford is a handsome man, and this film is horrifyingly violent. In particular, the sacrifice scenes, where at one point a man’s heart is ripped out while he’s still alive. And if that wasn’t enough, he’s then burned alive.


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  1. I’m trying to find out if “Pankot” from “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” is a real location, or just a fictional city. A source for your answer would be appreciated. Thanks for any help on this.

  2. Indiana Jones And The Raiders Of The Lost Ark
    Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade
    Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom
    Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull

    Name The Top Four In Order My Order Is As Follows
    1.Temple Of Doom
    2.Raiders Of Ark Tie With Crystal Skull
    3.Crystal Skull Tie
    3.Last Crusade

  3. And is the Indiana Jones movie that was recently in theatres the first movie out of the re-make version?
    Sorry if I don’t make sense.

  4. I need this scene for a calculus project and i keep in mind seeing it but I can not discover which motion picture it was in. Jones moves under a wall, but drops his hat while doing so, and retrieves it simply in time for the wall to close. I would rather not re-enact this, my performing is awful.

  5. It was never explained, as they were central to the Indiana Jones sequel. Never mentioned again in Last Crusade OR Crystal Skull?

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