Lord Voldemort isn't the first person to command children's nightmares.
Here's a look back at 10 "family-friendly" films that had us dabbing or covering our eyes:
"The Wizard of Oz" (1939): Flying. Monkeys.
"Dumbo" (1941): Flying elephant takes tainted peanut from ringmaster Timothy Leary and goes on a bad acid trip starring pink peers on parade.
"Old Yeller" (1957): Boy meets dog. Boy hates dog. Boy loves dog. Boy shoots dog.
"Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" (1968): Stupid kids ignore advice about not taking candy from strangers and wind up in the clutches of the Child Catcher.
"Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" (1971): The Candyman takes guests down a chocolate river and through a psychedelic tunnel while reciting freak-out poetry. Cue Grateful Dead music.
"Benji the Hunted" (1987): Cuddly dog howls for his master when he befriends orphaned cougar cubs whose mother was shot by a hunter, quite possibly the same one who wiped out Bambi's mom.
"Who Framed Roger Rabbit" (1988): Judge Doom makes Freddie Krueger look like Fred Rogers when he reveals himself as a bug-eyed villain with a voice almost as frightening as Fran Drescher's.
"The Lion King" (1994)" Simba takes on serious daddy issues when Mufasa dies -- and he thinks it's his fault. Jungle shrink on vacation.
"Coraline" (2009): Other Mother turns into a spiderwoman who's a lot less friendly than film's better known webslinger.
"Toy Story 3" (2010): Gang holds plastic hands and prepares to meet a fiery fate after being dumped into a furnace. Saved at last minute by Pixar executives who realize that killing off characters would prevent lucrative "Toy Story 4."