TV and Movies·Posted on Feb 8, 2022These 15 Disturbing Movie Details Will Change Your Perspective On These Famous FilmsI don't like these one bit.by Daniella EmanuelBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Note: This post contains discussion of statutory rape. 1. Anyone under the age of 12 definitely didn't realize that Ghostface stabbed Carmen Electra's silicone implant when they first watched Scary Movie. When I was a little girl I thought that it was a ice piece from Weird 2. It was also news to me that there's a lyric about statutory rape in Kid Rock's song in the 2001 film Osmosis Jones. How did I not notice this when I watched the movie?!! How did this get through?? from justneckbeardthings 3. You'll likely be shocked (and disgusted) to learn that Lord Farquaad from Shrek is trying to hide his boner in the scene where he's watching Princess Fiona in his magic mirror. Dreamworks / Via youtube.com 4. The Exorcist was scary enough without this terrifying face making a sneaky cameo. In The Exorcist (1973) this face pops up for a few frames when Chris Macneil turns on the light after returning home from MovieDetails 5. And what's with this hat tip to John Wayne Gacy — AKA "Pogo the clown" — in the middle of The Joker? In Joker (2019), Arthur performs at Pogo's comedy club. It was named after serial killer John Wayne Gacy. Gacy would regularly entertain children as "Pogo the Clown". from MovieDetails 6. Do what you will with the knowledge that the bird in Michelle Pfeiffer's mouth in Batman Returns was real. I'm thinking the reactions will range from "lucky bird" to "CALL PETA." In Batman Returns (1992) Michelle Pfeiffer put a live bird in her mouth for the scene where Catwoman threatens to eat Penguin's bird. from MovieDetails 7. As a 7-year-old, I definitely did not realize how screwed up this kiss (between a child and full-grown woman) is in Blank Check. Ew. Disney 8. Same goes for the scene in Big where Joshua Baskin (a 13-year-old trapped in a grown man's body) has sex with Susan. 20th Century Studios 9. The historical significance of this detail in Anastasia is upsetting, to say the least. Anastacia (1998) - During "In The Dark Of The Night", the song occasionally drops a beat with the sound of a gunshot before the chorus. The Romanovs were executed via gun squad. from MovieDetails 10. Mr. Incredible's "regular life" is all the more depressing when you notice that his tiny office cubicle is dominated by an enormous pillar. Bob Par in The Incredibles (2004) has most of his cubical taken up by a pillar which is why it's so cramped, I can't believe I never noticed this before from MovieDetails 11. Did we realize how gross this joke in The Santa Clause was back in the day? Probably not. Buena Vista Pictures 12. There were more than 60 instances of tobacco smoking in Rango — a children's movie. Paramount 13. This fact about Gill's species definitely makes _Finding Nemo _10 times sadder than it already is. In Finding Nemo (2003), Gill is a moorish idol. This species is known to not handle captivity well, so him being the one who constantly comes up with escape plans makes sense. from MovieDetails 14. I don't think I ever noticed that gun in Scarecrow's hand, and I think it's fair to say that it would not fly in a current kids movie. So in Wizard of Oz (1939) when they’re sent to kill the Witch of the West, Scarecrow straight up brings a gun from MovieDetails 15. And finally, I'm sorry to inform you that toys aren't just talking behind our backs — they're having sex, too. Woody, please never make that face again. Disney What's a disturbing movie detail that you didn't pick up on until way later? Let us know in the comments for a chance to be featured in a BuzzFeed Community post or video.