Pop Culture | TV | 00s

12 Episodes Of 'Are You Afraid Of The Dark' That We Are Still Too Afraid To Watch

- Page 1

Nickelodeon

While our childhoods had no shortage of shows that were meant to creep us out, by far the most intense was Are You Afraid of the Dark? Other shows like Goosebumps focused on the more cheesy, silly kinds of horror, AYAOTD was straight-up nightmare fuel even from the opening!

While it ran for a whopping 7 seasons (with a total of 91 episodes), there can only be a few to get the title of "scariest." Thankfully (or maybe not), it's not much of a contest.

The Tale of The Silent Servant

What's more creepy than a decrepit scarecrow? How about one that stalks you because you trespassed into its field? Yeah, this was no joke.

The Tale of Laughing in the Dark

Clowns are already terrifying, and when this kid decided to steal an animatronic one's nose on a dare, it becomes a thousand times creepier as it begins following him around and yelling "GIVE IT BACK!"

The Tale of the Frozen Ghost

Because nothing says "kids show" like the ghost of a child who froze to death in the woods, who appears to people wandering through and just says "I'm cold."

The Tale of Many Faces

A girl literally loses her face in this, and finds other people without faces. It's as unsettling as it sounds.

The Tale of the Dead Man's Float

A kid goes into his school's abandoned indoor swimming pool to impress a girl, but turns out it was built on an ancient graveyard and is now haunted by one of the most grotesque ghosts you'll ever see! And we thought Jaws scared us away from the water.

And if you thought these were creepy, it only gets worse...

Page 1 Next Page

More Throwbacks

90s

6 Facts About 'Rolie Polie Olie' Other Than He's Small And Smart And Round

I don't think I'm alone when I say one of my first memories of watching television included the children's show Rolie Polie Olie. I remember being in awe of the family-friendly robots and their zany activities. It offered a world I otherwise would have never imagined, and delivered life lessons I still remember to this day. To celebrate this awesome series, here are six facts that'll make you wish you could travel back in time and watch this show with fresh eyes again!1. Rolie Polie Olie was one of the first completely CGI television cartoons for preschoolersThis helped the

Pop Culture

Netflix Has Just Released A 90s Themed Show And It Will Give You Instant Nostalgia

A 90s-themed TV show has just been put on Netflix and we are so excited. The show is called, Everything Sucks!, and it's supposed to perfectly represent being a teenager in the 90s. The show is set in 1996, in a town called Boring, Oregon, which is actually a real town by the way. It is a comedy that follows the lives of high school freshman, including all of our favorite things about the 90s. Watching the trailer alone gave me instant nostalgia. The main characters in the show are in the AV Club and Drama Club and are made

TV

13 Shows We All Watched With Our Moms And Pretended To Hate (But Secretly Loved)

We all had our favorite shows growing up. Keenan & Kel, Buffy, Doug, and Full House were must-watch television for us kids, but our parents probably hated them. When our shows were done, it was time for our moms to take over the remote. We'd always pretend to hate whatever they chose, but more often than not we ended up sitting on the couch throughout most of it. These are some of the shows our moms loved, and we pretended to hate. Ultimately, though, they were some of our favorites and we still hold them in our hearts. 1. Murder, She