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What was the first movie you saw that was inappropriate for your age?

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posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 02:54 PM
reply to post by DirtyD

Now are you just trying to make me scream everytime i see Jeff Goldblum

The Fly ruined him for me, and i still get sick whenever i see JP, Independence Day or his Law and Order: Criminal Intent eps

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 02:57 PM
that would be Nightmare on Elmstreet when i was about 5 or 6
i had nightmares about that movie up until i was about 12

i swear,i'm still convinced that's when it al went south

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posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 02:58 PM
"Blue Lagoon" - I think I was like 10 when I saw it. Still have dirty thoughts about Brook Shields.

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 02:59 PM
Had to be Rambo: First Blood Part 2. I remember my mum asking my dad "Is this okay for him to watch?" my dad's reply "Yeah, course it is, there is nothing in it."

Massive body count and own surgery later... I was running around the playground taking on the teachers. Thanks pop!

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 03:02 PM
Watching nightmare on elm street with my brothers when I was must of been 5 or 6 . Yea I had a hard time sleeping for a lil bit after that lol . Thinking back on it those donkey holes probably did it on purpose and laughhhhhhhed about it ( they are almost 10 years older than me )

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 04:37 PM
reply to post by iamhobo

My dad brought home Pulp Fiction also, but my mom must have put her foot down or we were too bored to watch it. I was in 7th grade. He also brought home The Big Lebowski, which we did watch, and it is near and dear to my heart (though totally inappropriate for my age at the time!).

I have since watched Pulp Fiction and it's so great! But not for a youngster!

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 05:32 PM
reply to post by ThinkingCap

Have no fear, ThinkingCap, Bambi has found a loving home:

He's reading Rendezvous with Rama in this pic

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 06:55 PM
reply to post by speculativeoptimist

at the theatre by myself to see some disney movie. It was during the day so hardly anyone was in the theatre. I was 14 and decided to sneak in and see the Shining.

lol! If they'd asked, 1st scarey move instead of inappropiate, I snuck out with a Junior High boyfriend at 15 & saw, " The Shining." lol! I slept with my door locked & more secured by knives through the door frame, a knife under my pillow & would not leaxe my room no matter how badly I had to P for like 3 months! lol! I also place it in the top 5 most terrifying movies.....

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:18 PM
Seeing as I grew up on horror films, here's a couple of mine:

Technically first inappropriate (as in, why oh why was I allowed to watch it?) film: Caddyshack, the full way though.

First inappropriate (as in, had so much content I've never heard of, because all the movie references were from another era) : Murder By Death.

First movie that really did a number on my sleeping habits (because it was outside of my age group at the time) : The Grudge. To date, I haven't actually finished this one - the Grudge 2 was alright, the 3rd was completely horrible. I couldn't finish it because at one of the scariest scenes in the film, my dog (who was used to using her head to push the door open) started trying to get into the room, causing the door to bang.

And, the first show that was definitely outside of my age range to watch, but I did anyway was "A Haunting in Connecticut" and "A Haunting in Georgia"- NOTE: This was the version shown on the Discovery Channel. Due to these particular episodes, I actually was not a fan of going anywhere near my basement at the time. To put it in perspective - I used to take walks in the woods at night, when coyotes were on the prowl; never was afraid...And yet after watching those two episodes, my basement wasn't the same until I finally realized there was nothing to fear in there.


posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:24 PM

I grew up going to the drive-in with some double matinee nights so I got to see 'Friday the 13th', 'Halloween' and others like 'It's Alive'.
'It's Alive' probably freaked me out the most.

Silly now I know but as a kid I was mortified.
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Thank God I am not the only one!

It's Alive haunted me for years after I saw it back in the mid 70's.
Every once and a while I still have nightmares about being chased by freaky babies in sewer

So that would be my first memorable inappropriate movie...
It's Alive....


Although, I have seen the movie since and it is kind of dumb now.
Back then though, it scared the crap outta me!!

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:42 PM
Developed a routine of waiting for my Mom and pops to fall asleep; they didn't know i would be tall enough at the age of 7 to reach to the top row of my moms massive vhs movie collection, and grab one of the violent, explicit movies.

I reached up, grabbed one called Killing Zoe.

It's about an American con who heads to Paris and hooks up with his old criminal buddies, and they decide to take down a bank.

There was one explicitly gay scene of a dude ramming the crap out of another dude in a dirty bar bathroom. Then the end where the French swat fills the ring leader with bullets head to toe, and he doesn't fall down dead for a good 10 seconds.

I turned out okay, i think.

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:43 PM
Lemon Popsicle and Hot Bubblegum, when I was errmm waaay too young to be watching them!

Back in those days as kids we could just use our parents video card to get out any video from the rental shop, there weren't any restrictions. Not that our parents would have been happy if they had found out!

People talk about how things have changed for the worse and that kids are allowed to watch a whole bunch of inappropriate stuff these days...but personally I believe in general that as a society we were far more lax about what we allowed children to watch a couple of decades ago.

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 07:52 PM
reply to post by iamhobo

My dad took me to the theater to see Blazing Saddles.


posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 08:17 PM
I don't know how anyone can beat mine...
12 years old, rented I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE with my mom and my friend. We are talking the original and if you haven't seen it, it's rape porn. Got about halfway thru it before she shut it off.

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 08:21 PM
reply to post by iamhobo

Bambi. Without a doubt, I was four or five - the dang thing starts out with Bambi's mother being killed. I had nightmares for days, my mother was appalled (1st Disney Movie for both - and the last).

posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 08:59 PM
The Innocents. It came out in 61, but we saw it in '62. I was four. It scared the living crap out of me, and I remember hunkering down behind the theatre seats. We left about halfway through the movie. My Dad was in trouble. So it goes.

posted on Mar, 26 2014 @ 06:09 AM
A Clockwork Orange (still one of my favorite movies till this day) at about the age of 10. My dad wanted me to watch it, as it was one of his all time favs. Sure I had seen violence and horror and gore at earlier ages, but A clockwork Orange is a much more "adult" movie.

It was great to have an old man with such goopd taste in films and music

posted on Mar, 26 2014 @ 06:57 AM
they live. immediately realized that this is not fiction harsh truth . antagonism outwardly similar of predator and prey, the slaveholder and slave, shepherd and cattle, the alien and native , chosen and outcasts, liars and dupes

posted on Mar, 26 2014 @ 08:50 AM
Dad took me to see robocop in the theater think I was like 8ish. Best movie ever

posted on Mar, 26 2014 @ 01:08 PM
I was shown The Exorcist at school when i was 11.

I then had to walk home alone in the dark through some very dark and creepy alleyways.

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