Books·Posted on Apr 6, 2015If Horror Movies From The '80s Were Actually Children's BooksYou decide which one is more disturbing.by Andrew PeñaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Child's Play Andrew Peña / BuzzFeed This cute story will teach your child the value of friendship and how to transfer their soul into their favorite toy. Cujo Andrew Peña / BuzzFeed A heartwarming tale of how a young boy considers his rambunctious dog his best friend. That is, until the dog is bitten by a rabid bat and tries to kill everyone. Friday the 13th Andrew Peña / BuzzFeed A group of young children experience their first sleep-away camp while their counselors have sex everywhere. Nightmare on Elm Street Andrew Peña / BuzzFeed The perfect bedtime story for your little one who is afraid to go to sleep. Aliens Andrew Peña / BuzzFeed This book teaches the important lesson of listening to others, especially when it involves an alien species bent on destroying the human race. The Shining Andrew Peña / BuzzFeed The story of a boy who finds himself in a strange new environment, but passes his time making new friends who are dead. Hellraiser Andrew Peña / BuzzFeed A mysterious box falls into the hands of an unsuspecting young girl, which leads her to a land of imagination where pain is the greatest pleasure. The Thing Andrew Peña / BuzzFeed This adorable story follows the life of an ancient alien who can't seem to satisfy its hunger for human imitation. An American Werewolf in London Andrew Peña / BuzzFeed An exciting tale about two best friends who embark on a trip through Europe to experience a spiritual and physical transformation. The Fly Andrew Peña / BuzzFeed An excellent book for any boy who is experiencing changes in their appearance. It also teaches about self esteem and confidence when it comes to girls.