Don’t Go In The Funhouse!

UNK SEZ:: With DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK opening today I thought this would be a good time for the funhouse to celebrate DON’T movies. Name all the DON’T movies that you see in the puzzle image above!

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Carolyn
Carolyn
9 years ago

19 – Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead

VicarOfVHS
9 years ago

3. Don’t Go in the House

5. Don’t Go in the Woods

6. Don’t Go in the Basement ?

8. Don’t Open Till Xmas

10: Don’t Say a Word

11. Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood

13. Don’t Tell Her It’s Me

15. Don’t Drink the Water

16. Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (Original)

18. Don’t Look Now

19. Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead

20. Don’t Look Back

James Botelho
9 years ago

1 don’t bother to knock, psycho Marilyn!!!

cmcmcmcm
cmcmcmcm
9 years ago

my guess for 9 is Don’t Answer The Phone – cause there’s a big phone there. otherwise i’m clueless.

arthur teagarden
arthur teagarden
9 years ago

DON’T you people have jobs? I jest, as I am at work and trying to play but the Vicar, one of my fave rave from the grave bloggers, got all the ones I knew. Ah well, have fun kids!

Walter Paisley
Walter Paisley
9 years ago

I believe 17 might be Don’t Go Near the Park. What a wacky movie.

magired
magired
9 years ago

14 Don’t mess with my sister

ZappedAgain
ZappedAgain
9 years ago

6- don’t open the window
17- don’t open the door

matt_318
matt_318
9 years ago

I think #4 is “Don’t Go To Sleep”

VicarOfVHS
9 years ago

Thanks for the kind words Arthur! And Unk, my extensive knowledge of movies with prohibitory titles is one of the many signs of my misspent youth. 😉

They didn’t exhaust them all, though–I’m still waiting for the following:

DON’T LEAVE CHILDREN UNATTENDED

DON’T JUMP ON THE BED

DON’T RESHELVE THE LIBRARY BOOKS

DON’T WALK THE DOG WITHOUT TAKING A BAGGY ALONG

and of course:

KEEP YOUR DIRTY FEET OFF THE FURNITURE

😀

cmcmcmcm
cmcmcmcm
9 years ago

what’s number 4? it looks really familiar.