Some spooky movies just stay with you, especially when you see them as an impressionable kid. So in honor of Halloween, I asked you to chime in with the first childhood flick that scarred you. Some are outright frightening, while others are unintentionally scary. Take a look at this list — courtesy of Buzz readers — and please, leave the lights on.
Pablo Picasso paintings are reflected through glass at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art Monday. A new exhibition, which will display over 300 of the artist's paintings, sculptures, and drawings, will open to the public April 27.
Coulrophobics (those with a clown phobia), beware: That freaky clown from Stephen King's IT is back — and this time on the big screen instead of in an ABC mini-series. Warner Bros. plans to adapt King's novel for film and has hired Dave Kajganich to make his directorial debut with the scary movie.
The story "centers on seven children in a small Maine town who confront the source of a series of murders in 1958 and again in 1985, when the cycle begins again."
Yikes — I'm not sure I can go through this again! Did you see the IT miniseries back in the day? Do you have that bright orange hair and terrifying clowny face of Pennywise seared into your brain, too?