Watching the wrong kind of movie as a kid can have a long-lasting effect.

Just ask these Twitter users, who started sharing late Tuesday the names of the films that most traumatized them when they were young.

Production assistant Ashley Bower kicked off what became a viral trend by suggesting that “Jumanji” ― presumably the 1995 original starring the late Robin Williams ― had stayed with her for all the wrong reasons.

Actor Zach Braff, director Edgar Wright and hundreds of others then chimed in with their own horror flicks:

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