字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント This is my house, though, right? Okay. Action. Hello. I am Aubrey Plaza. And thank you so much for joining us today. I'm gonna be talking about some creepy dolls from movies. Stay tuned and hear my reactions to these creepy dolls for movies. First up, we have the clown doll from Poltergeist. Roll The clip, Henry. Wow. What a creepy doll. I don't think the clown doll is that creepy. Honestly on then the clown strangles the kid. I remember this. The creepiest thing about that doll is that it has very long arms. Arms should be the wing span of It's like the height of your body any longer, and it's creepy. Next up, we have a puppet from one of my least favorite franchises. Saw Billy the Puppet from Saw. That's a puppet. That's not a man in a mask. I really don't like this movie. And he's riding a tricycle. Any puppets riding bicycles to me is very creepy. That ups the creep factor. Um, I don't like it. What can I say? I'll give that one of 11 out of 10. It's too creepy. Okay, I'm excited about this one, folks, I'm really excited about this one. This is a clip from Seinfeld. This creepy puppet is Susan's doll that looks like her mother, Susan's doll, who looks like Georgia's mother cut to interior Diner Day. There's George Costanza. To me, this is the most horrifying clip I've seen all day because it's more of a psychological kind of poorer. No one wants to talk to a doll that sounds like their mother and looks like their mother. That's some kind of next level therapy that I really don't want to enter into. But it could be useful for some people. I would rate that as the creepiest public I've seen so far. I'd rather be stabbed by a puppet than engaging in some kind of therapeutic role playing. I don't want to deal with those issues. Next up. This is the Zuni doll from the Trilogy of Terror, which is Ah, movie. I feel good about it. Play the clip, Miranda. Whoa! A lot of teeth on this one. Thanks. She in a hotel. Whoa! We never get a good look. Att, Zoonie! Zoonie! Zoonie! Zoonie looks very small. I mean, quiet on the set with those people woes. Umi not gonna do it I feel like I don't even get a good look. Atsumi look like Sumi was the size of a my palms and she easily smash it into a lamp. So I think she was more creeped out by the hotel room that she was in the lighting scheme. Next stop. This one's for the kids. We had Slappy, the dummy from goose bumps. So get your kids in here and watch this clip with me holding, jamming. I feel like I auditioned to play that cop. Sloppy is looking very dapper, wearing a bow tie. Still small, though again I'm gonna give this one a low score. Flappy seemed like a gentleman to me. It looked like he was just waiting for a bus or something, so I wouldn't mind having that doll in my closet or taking me out on a date. And the next clip we have is a little softer doll that we've seen before. Our little furry friend Teddy from the pit roll the clip. Oh, he looks here. It's got a little zipper in the back so he can't be riel. It's just his best friend, little teddy bear. I can't see anything creepy about that. This is very creepy. The kid pushing an old woman on a wheelchair down a hill up and into a shallow grave. Goodbye, Grandma. I really want to see this movie. This looks great again. I'm gonna give Teddy a low score. The creepiest thing about that was just a child lashing out at his grandmother. Bear seems fine. It's just a cuddly little guy. Little googly eyes. Okay. The bear was telling the kid to do it, so that is very creepy. Okay, so next step, we have the boy creepy doll from the boy creepy movie. Uh, there's the boy. She likes him. Whoa. Something very bad is gonna happen. Oh, now the boy is a man. Now the boy is coming out of a mirror. That that was very creepy. I'll give that a pretty high score because you think that it's just gonna be a little like pep it. And then you smash its head and then crawls out of the thing. Worked really big boys turning into men the creepiest of all phenomenons in our universe. Boys should always remain boys. Okay? Never heard of this one. I believe his name is Chucky. From a movie called Child's Play doesn't sound so creepy to me. Let's take a look. This is from the movie I'm in. Wait a minute. That's my son. What is this? Brian Terry. Henry Starr of Atlanta. Not creepy at all of this On the back was had. Chuckie sells arms. The creepiest thing that I've seen there is just the very bad hairline that Chucky has, which I don't know about you reminds me of someone that rhymes with Modeled from. He looks like a tiny Donald Trump dollars. Let's be honest, it's almost creepier that you don't see him, I guess because your brain can only imagine what he would look like. And in this movie, Chucky is smart doll because he's not just like a puppet that's being possessed by a demon. But he's connected to the cloud. Imagine if Syria tried to kill you or Alexa, both of them coming after you in the night. Very well, that's all. Today, folks. Thank you so much for being here. I'd like to thank Henry Miranda and Sharon for rolling all these clips for us today. And what can I say? Don't judge a book by its cover you know, take a minute before you decide that on inanimate object is gonna kill you. It could just be a kn innocent little teddy bear or little friend. Or it could be a psychopathic murderer that's gonna claw your eyes out. So good luck out there. The world is a terrifying place. Now go to bed, kids.