Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark Movie Monsters Explained | Everything You Need To Know

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  • Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark Movie Monsters Explained | Everything You Need To Know About The Creatures by Deffinition. I cover Harold, The Big Toe, Jangly Man, Pale Lady, Dream, the Ending and more
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    Harold Explained
    Ok so first up is Harold who has pretty much become the face of the marketing for the movie. Whilst the character looks exetremly close to his characterisation in the original source material there is actually a lot that differs in the on screen depiction. In the literature Harold was created by two cow farmers named Thomas and Alfred who named him after a boy that they hated and they pretty much used him as a punching bag.
    The Big Toe Explained
    Up next is the big toe which is one of my favourite parts of the film. This actually sticks quite close to the source material which centred around a boy yanking on a big toe in his garden and pulling it out of the ground. Little did he know that he’d just pulled the toe off the body that it was attached to and it’s owner begins to stalk him. The boy and his family all eat the toe which is sliced up into three pieces and similar to the film, put into a stew.
    That night when he is asleep the Toe’s owner comes into his room and eats him which happens to the character of Auggie in the film who is dragged out from under his bed and then disappears, never to be seen again.
    The Pale Lady Explained
    From here we go to The Pale Lady. The Pale Lady is an infamous specter that has appeared in ghost stories over the centuries so it makes sense that she would also be part of the Scary Stories Saga. The Pale lady made her debut in the Scary Story titled The Dream in which she, like the woman in the big toe, stalks her prey menacingly.
    In the source material she tries to warn the character Lexi Morgan to flee which is a warning that she heeds but the sheer vision of the creature sticks in her head long after she comes into contact with it. I think the scariest thing about The Pale lady is the fact that she is almost statuesque for the most part but there’s no real escape from her. Her facial expressions don’t display much and she almost comes across as completely oblivious to the sheer terror that she is causing.
    The Jangly Man
    Finally is The Jangly Man, an original creature that was created solely for the film. What’s so brilliant about him is that he perfectly fits the aesthetic of the movie and feels like a completely natural addition to the work. The Jangly Man is able to build himself from body parts and this disjointedness to his appearance makes his appearance seem almost alien.
    The Jangly Man appears this way because he is put in place to torment Ramon who lost his brother in the Vietnam War and the severed limbs that he displays really hit home for the character when he makes his way to the movie. When discussing this design Del Toro said that The Jangly Man was originally meant to have more limbs attached to him to represent body parts returning from the war but this would have added more workload on the special effects which the creators wanted to keep as practical as possible.
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  • Heavy Spoilers
    Heavy Spoilers  Month ago +151

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  • Chris Razon
    Chris Razon Day ago

    Dude the pale lady I mean can you not touch her. Avoid the hands like that.

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  • Mykel Wooten
    Mykel Wooten 2 days ago

    The scare crow was the absolute best!

  • Devin Austin
    Devin Austin 3 days ago

    Toe lady’s the best no doubt

  • eryn Robinson
    eryn Robinson 3 days ago

    everybody gangsta till the pale lady start walking

  • Marian VonGogu
    Marian VonGogu 4 days ago

    Friendly correction: the jangley man was a combination of Me Tie Doughty Walker and What Do You Come For? In the first story, a bloody head rolls out of the chimney and screams at a boy after scaring his dog to death. In the second, body parts fall out and assemble due to a lonely woman longing for company.

  • Rih Rih Navy
    Rih Rih Navy 6 days ago

    The pale lady needs her own movie.

  • That Guy Adrian
    That Guy Adrian 6 days ago +1

    The jangly man is actually a story its original name was the great gangling man, it just got changed for some reason
    Edit: found out the story is called What do you come for

  • Kavkaz
    Kavkaz 6 days ago

    the red spot?

  • Millie van Rossem
    Millie van Rossem 7 days ago

    Well after seeing the pale lady part I’m not going to be able to sleep again😊

  • Idk
    Idk 8 days ago

    The pale lady reminds me of momo. Not really tho.

  • Cinnamon Astroid
    Cinnamon Astroid 9 days ago

    The toe story. They read that to us, a more “child friendly” version in 2nd grade. They said we could leave and ignore it if we wanted, we didn’t hav to listen if we got too scared. I ran off and I had to cover my ears because I couldn’t stop hearing it. It terrified me and I started crying. That story was the scariest to me, though it probably wasn’t to you.

  • 10k subs with one tomato video

    Oh Damm this is scary

  • Tim Wasko
    Tim Wasko 10 days ago

    I love the pale lady

  • velvety2006
    velvety2006 10 days ago +1

    The movie reminded me a bit of R.L Stine stories

  • Twisted_Chicken
    Twisted_Chicken 11 days ago +3

    My favorite is the pale lady. But Harold is right on her tale

  • Shadow Fate
    Shadow Fate 12 days ago +5

    The pale lady was my favorite because of the detail put into her. She wasnt too scary but the design made me happy.

  • Diana
    Diana 14 days ago

    The movie wasn’t at all as scary as I would’ve liked it to be, BUT it definitely had some AWESOME scenes! The pale lady scene was... disturbing 😬

  • momanvgu
    momanvgu 14 days ago

    Loved the Pale Lady, so weird, creepy and kinda sweet at the same time. Her image looked so original, never saw something or someone in a movie or tv show like her before...

  • demetrius diaz
    demetrius diaz 14 days ago

    y did u have to not count “The Red Spot”

  • Rusti Johnson
    Rusti Johnson 14 days ago

    the jangly man actually wasn’t a creation JUST for the movie. he’s a monster from one of the original stories “what do you come for” but is based into the story “me tie dough-ty walker”. i’ve read both stories and done research to conclude this fact. it is 100% accurate.
    in “what do you come for”, a monster, describe the exact way of the jangly man, is involved.
    if you listen closely in the scene of “the jangly man” you would know that the creature says the phrase “me tie dough-ty walker”
    i’ve watched the movie three different times, as well as watched this individual scene an upward of six additional times so i could completely grasp that those two stories are what created “the jangly man” scene.
    if you need confirmation, i’d be glad to give it out. just message me on browneyedsofty on instagram.
    but “the jangly man” is in fact NOT a creation just for the movie. he’s in fact just a creature from one original story from the book put into another original story ALSO from the book.

  • Marzz X
    Marzz X 15 days ago +2

    Am i the only one who find the pale lady... adorable? 😭

  • Andrew Rodriguez
    Andrew Rodriguez 15 days ago

    this movie was so childish and boring. extremely cliché

  • Zakkary WingZK
    Zakkary WingZK 15 days ago

    Can someone explain why everyone thinks the pale lady is so scary?

  • Vanessa Mae
    Vanessa Mae 15 days ago +1

    the jangly man was kind of upsetting. don’t get me wrong they did an AMAZING job making the costume but the face kind of reminded me of a monster from scooby-doo...but my favorite was obviously the pale lady. i think everyone would agree 😂 she was just so creepy which made it the best one. plus, chuck was my favorite character (hence my pfp) so i just loved that whole part bc it was HIS scene and the monster was so scaRY. the toeless corpse was definitely one of my favorites too bc when i was little my mom would read that story to me before i feel asleep. don’t think anything bad about that 😂 for some reason, when i was little i didn’t get scared from that story (idk why) so when i heard auggies story being wrote, i knew it was the story i heard when i was little. plus, the jumpscare for that scene got me so good 😂 even the second time i watched it i jumped 😂

  • Dylan Lycan
    Dylan Lycan 16 days ago

    I Don’t want nightmares!

  • 36 Matttifftfan
    36 Matttifftfan 16 days ago

    The pale lady didn’t look scary to me

  • Wild Card
    Wild Card 16 days ago

    I liked the Jangly Man, I liked it because after Ramone got out of the car, there was nothing that Ramone could do to to escape him unless Stella was able to convince Sarah to stop everything quick enough. It was a seen that kept me on the edge of my seat because I was nervous that Ramone was going to die at that moment, and then Stella being found by Sarah’s family, it was a very intense scene and I’d definitely watch it all over again

  • Ms_ Whateva
    Ms_ Whateva 16 days ago

    does anyone know if the pale lady is in the book?? causeeee i cant find it

  • 5uperNoob OOF
    5uperNoob OOF 16 days ago

    Jangly man scene where he climb like spider man xD

  • Kawaii Dragon00
    Kawaii Dragon00 16 days ago

    The pale.lady is my favorite.

  • ẞrúttá Æ
    ẞrúttá Æ 16 days ago

    Lmao chuck could've gone around her

  • Luisa Ovalles
    Luisa Ovalles 17 days ago

    i,m not scared easy

  • Miriam Ocampo
    Miriam Ocampo 17 days ago

    The pale lady is what gave me nightmares no lie

  • Sunarno Sastrosudarmo
    Sunarno Sastrosudarmo 17 days ago +9

    my favorite monster
    1. Pal Lady
    2. The Jangly Man
    3. The Big Toe

  • Ben Hulse
    Ben Hulse 18 days ago +1

    Come on now - who finds the pale lady scary? I mean how can you not laugh at her stupid ass smile and fat body? And she absorbs people by osmosis. She was the least scary one.

  • Ducky Mei
    Ducky Mei 18 days ago

    Fuck, the pale lady was supper terrifying! It lookes like a Japanese story, if it is I'm sorry otherwise shit, I almost had a heart attack. 😷🤯

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    Luckily, the SCP Foundation had contained all of these creatures.

  • Wyatt Podschun
    Wyatt Podschun 19 days ago

    3:00 that’s hot

  • Sandy Jara
    Sandy Jara 19 days ago

    I remember when was in the fifth grade the librarian read the one where the kid ate the toe and I was very afraid

  • Isabelle Alexander
    Isabelle Alexander 19 days ago +1

    I screamed almost 5 time's but my favorite is the pale lady

  • KashPSG
    KashPSG 20 days ago +1

    am I the only one who is terrified of the toe lady??

  • kurtis vollert
    kurtis vollert 20 days ago

    what about the ghost at the end lol she was a scary story monster xD

  • Enduranze
    Enduranze 21 day ago

    Oh geesy is Chuck

  • Alex Kennedy
    Alex Kennedy 21 day ago

    They all sorta stuck with the scary aethestic from the original source material so I really enjoyed all of them but I did feel the most dread during the toe part honestly

  • •Rachel•
    •Rachel• 21 day ago

    The pale lady. This is a very interesting, yet disturbing scene for me. But I wonder, why is it so disturbing? It’s so strange how there was no blood or anything, and yet it made me feel so uneasy. Is it because something that looks so innocent and shy from afar, can turn so grim and deadly as it gets closer? Or is it because she’s there. Each direction you turn. She gives you the feeling of suffocating before it actually happens. Her slow march towards you let’s you know that your death is inevitable. No matter what you do. And I think that’s the disturbing part.

  • Bio-Weapon N
    Bio-Weapon N 21 day ago

    What about The Red Spot Spiders?

  • heekito
    heekito 21 day ago +1

    i went to see this yesterday and i think i laughed at the pale lady to hide that i was scared of her

  • farhad sikandari
    farhad sikandari 21 day ago

    The scare crow

  • End Craft
    End Craft 22 days ago +1

    A man is stuck with the pale lady in a wide room. He walks around her.

  • oso909coltonie
    oso909coltonie 22 days ago

    What about the red spot??

  • nati owo
    nati owo 22 days ago

    I know this is irrelevant but I kinda thought chuck was cute...

  • Zack Rose
    Zack Rose 22 days ago

    I watched this movie with my mates and I enjoyed it tbh

  • TheNewEdyer12
    TheNewEdyer12 22 days ago

    The jangly man is in the book

  • Onii Boop
    Onii Boop 22 days ago +2

    When I was watching the movie and I saw the pale lady
    Just oh my god I never covered my eyes so fast in my life

  • kindatrashlol
    kindatrashlol 22 days ago +3

    the pale lady is the reason i asked my best friends to go see it with me. i’m honestly in love with horror movies and it’s be a WHILE since i’ve gotten scared of one...this definitely did the trick

  • Split Fire
    Split Fire 22 days ago

    I have a question I saw the movie but the women who wants her toe drags the kid under the bed through the wall he isn’t a ghost or anything but he still goes through the wall

  • mc skai
    mc skai 22 days ago

    pale lady = upgrade version SCP 173