Discussion in ' General ' started by Tripple AJan 26, Does Pee Wee Herman scare you? Joined: Aug 1, Messages: 2, Likes Received:
IMDB describes this movie as: Eccentric man-child Pee-Wee Herman embarks on the big adventure of his life across the US mainland, as he sets out to find his beloved bike, when it is stolen in broad daylight. Imagine his great surprise then, when in broad daylight, while Pee Wee is buying a new bike horn, his bike is stolen! A man without his bicycle is no man at all.
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Over the top? Is he even, perhaps, something darker, more dangerous and pathological? Peter Lorre at his crawliest, poured into Pinky Lee?
A month or so ago on Just Dread-full, I wrote about my unfortunate collision with the famed chipmunk song as a child, which I categorized as my first fright. I then invited Michael, author of My Comic Relief and frequent contributor to my site and, okay, my boyfriend to write about his first frightwhich happens to be the Ghostsbusters II movie. So what part of the film did I find frightening, you ask?
Even while watching the movie as an adult, the second that haunting, teasing refrain started playing as Pee-wee drifted off in the hospital, I tensed up, knowing it was coming. Skip navigation! Story from Movies.