Even as a kid I knew what was scary. The voice of the possessed little girl in The Exorcist. The mysterious nature of the killer's evil in Halloween. The unstoppable hordes of man-eating zombies in Dawn of the Dead. But there was one kill from one "nature run amok" horror flick that managed to give me a small handful of nightmares. And I've included that kill after the jump...

Directed by Lewis Teague (Cat's Eye) and written by John Sayles, long before he became one of our favorite independent filmmakers, Alligator is a tongue-in-cheek horror flick about a baby alligator who grows to massive size after being flushed down a New York City toilet. But before the raging reptile goes well and truly nuts in Act III, it's intent on committing a few stealth kills in order to fill his belly. And, again, I've included the creepiest one after the jump. Sensitive parents may want to skip it....