The robot grabbing people (in my mind, out of a mall) gave me nightmares for years.
I legitimately thought a giant robot would reach into our house while I was taking a nap and run off with me.
The gap under an elevator door Now, children don’t have the best sense of dimensions.
I remember repeatedly insisting on drinking juice out of a tall skinny glass over a short wide one because taller was bigger, simple as that.
When you feel like you just can't type those last 400 words in your essay or read that extra chapter of psychology, throw on your favourite tunes!
But “We Will Rock You” and “We are the Champions,” both being songs that I associated with winning hockey teams’ fans banging on the bleachers, gave me the impression that Queen was a band of bullying sports fans of the most passionate degree.So when you find that it's getting a little hot from your fifth hour in the library, don't stop believin' that you will survive this semester!Using music as a tool to manipulate your state of mind is a worthwhile skill to develop.Ever since we were 13, we’ve been proficient in scaring people.From Misfits rings to heavy black eyeliner to, yes, a spiked dog collar, we’ve elicited some pretty horrified and confused reactions over the years. Apart from having lines like "I could easily entice you to kill everything that you love," Phil Bozeman's deep rooted, primal-like growls would probably be what truly scared the socks off my grandma.This is because movie trailers are often made before the soundtrack of a film is completed.The O Fortuna section from Carmina Burana is so ridiculously popular in movie trailers that it's practically a cliché by now, horror movie trailers included.I mean, they’re an amazing band led by someone famous for saying, “I am gay as a daffodil, my dear.” I didn’t know that.My fear of Queen started with their album cover, which my parents made the mistake of leaving on the floor one day.And while our grandmothers would still like to see us as the innocent, little 7-year-olds we once were, our Myspace-era emo identities grew into far more than “just a phase.” So we’ve teamed up to assemble 18 tracks guaranteed to scare the oversized undies off grannies everywhere. Queen, the band When you think about Queen, you probably see them entirely different from how I thought of them as a kid.