In the new horror film 'Insidious,' lots of creepy happenings occur inside the house belonging to Renai (Rose Byrne), like the radio that suddenly switches to Tiny Tim's 'Tiptoe Through the Tulips.'

The high-pitched '60s novelty song is arguably shudder-inducing in its own right, but in the new film from the director of 'Saw,' certain spirits' fondness for the tune makes it even creepier.

Trust the power of movies to change the way we view certain songs forever. If you get a shiver when you hear Bobby Vinton crooning 'Blue Velvet' or fear for your life if John Denver's 'Rocky Mountain High' comes on the radio, you're not alone.

Warning: Clips are disturbing (which is kind of the whole point of this article) and generally NSFW.
An American Werewolf in London
R1981
Based on 6 critics

Bitten New York student (David Naughton) becomes scourge of London. Read More

December 6, 2016
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Insidious
PG-132010
Based on 30 critics

Parents (Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne) must protect their comatose son from malevolent forces. Read More

Zodiac
R2007
Based on 40 critics

The Zodiac Killer terrorizes San Francisco in the 1960s and '70s. Read More

December 4, 2016
10:00am
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Blue Velvet
R1986
Based on 14 critics

A man (Kyle MacLachlan) ties the mystery of a severed ear to a roadhouse floozy and her tormentor. Read More

December 2, 2016
9:30pm
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A Clockwork Orange
R1971
Based on 10 critics

Alex (Malcolm McDowell) and his droogs barbarize in a decaying near-future. Read More

The Silence of the Lambs
R1991
Based on 17 critics

An FBI agent (Jodie Foster) uses one murderer (Anthony Hopkins) to catch another. Read More

January 8, 2017
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American Psycho
R2000
Based on 35 critics

An insane '80s-era yuppie (Christian Bale) indulges in kinky sex and mayhem. Read More

December 2, 2016
11:59pm
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categories Features, Horror