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Top 10 Most Disturbing (Scariest) Courage The Cowardly Dog Episodes
December 19, 2011
Trying my hand at reviewing a show, be nice :p
This list goes down the list of my personal picks for the most disturbing and scariest episodes of Courage the Cowardly Dog. Its Created by John Dilworth and owned by Cartoon Network.
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I would like to add that this is a list of MY thoughts, not a list representing other people, which is a waste of time to make such a video anyway.
My thoughts on other Episodes that are mentioned:
House of Discontent: Really, not as big as everyone says. It was creepy and all, but it lacked the chills I got from the other episodes on this list. Also, I couldn't find any good clips of it, but yeah, would've been like a runner up.
Human Habitrail: It's Doc Gerbil's world? Now, that's just silly. Its a spooky concept of human experimentation by animals, but for some reason, this episode's coloring is a lot more welcoming than basically all episodes on this list. Plus, if its just themes, The Mask is much much worse.
Queen of the Black Puddle: Maybe this episode has grown on me, but this is still pretty up there. It has the imagery all right. Probably up there with House of Discontent.
A Night At Katz Motel: Spiders Never quite got to me. Though Katz is a psycho-serial killer played straight, he always felt too much like a Bond villain for me. Very fun character, but not really scary.
Shadow of Courage: The infamous "Shadow Muriel rips her own head off" thing. It's done very creepy, and is probably up there with Queen of the Black Puddle, since its one of the more disturbing scenes, but I felt it lacked the nightmare fuel power of some of the choices on my list.
EDIT 2 (SPOILER FOR LIST):
I'm quite sick of hearing about Ramses not being number 1, this was not made to represent the thoughts of everyone, but my own, since I want to start my own reviewing series. I didn't quite get into as much detail on #1 as I had hoped.
Fusilli was #1 for me because Fusilli was effectively going around attracting people to become a lifeless toy for him to play with, they become a toy when he irreversibly sucks their souls out, effectively, playing with their corpses. He and an entire closet of dead people. He turns himself into one in the climax.
I concede, Ramses is probably the most disturbing thing in my childhood, but Fusili was the most disturbing to me looking back, because of the end, how in the end, Courage is still using the lifeless puppets to try to live, since Muriel is the only person he loves, and even using Eustace to scare him because he's USED to it really is what did it for me. If you still think that Ramses is the scariest, fine, I just wanted to add this.