film 15 Creepy Movie Moments And Alternate Endings That Never Made It To Screen  

Drew Grant
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Depending on how strong your stomach is, you may already know about these disturbing scenes cut from horror movies. But a movie's genre doesn't preclude it from having shot footage that ultimately turned too weird to include in theaters. Below, some of the strangest scenes you've never seen from, from movies you'd never expect.

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Empire Strikes Back: Luke And Leia's Smoldering Sexual Tension


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Gross gross gross gross gross. As if the somewhat chaste kiss in the beginning of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back wasn't enough to gross out audiences everywhere by the movie's big reveal, imagine watching this extended cut in theaters, where the sexual tension is ramped up to...well, still not very much, considering no one can kick game while sporting Luke's bowl cut. Still creepy though!

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The infamous scene cut from 2017's IT involved Pennywise before he was a clown, eating a human baby. Yikes. Maybe not as disturbing but certainly eeek-worthy is this deleted scene where bully Henry stalks the Loser's Club in his car with his BFFs in tow... and oddly silent.

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Another "Oh god, why? My eyes, they burn!" moment from the cutting room floor of Tinseltown. The whole Super Mario Bros. movie was so WTF that you have to wonder who the intended audience for this film actually was.... and why they'd need to know what the strippers in King Koopa's version of the Boom Boom Room looked like?

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Get Out: Alternate Ending For Chris


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The finale of Get Out always seemed like more of a Brazil-inspired fantasy of an escape rather than the actual consequences that would befall a character in such a dark (no pun intended) film. Maybe that's because Jordan Peele originally had imagined a bleaker outcome for Chris: a lifelong prison sentence for killing the entire Armitage clan. But hey, as Chris himself tells Rod from the TSA: "I'm good. I stopped them."

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