The Transformers movies is when it dawned on us that Hollywood really was out to destroy our childhood.
Over the years, people have done some ridiculous things with the 'Star Wars' films in an attempt to put their own stamp on the movies they love.
Once in a while, a commercial accidentally shows you glimpses of the real world in such blunt and uncompromising ways, you'll think it was advertising Zoloft-flavored vodka.
These special people wrote some fan fiction that will make it impossible to ever watch 'Game of Thrones' again without feeling like you need a shower.
Out of their original context, many of these are pure nightmare fuel.
Thanks to Hollywood, we're getting to relive our childhood with a slew of new superhero movies coming out every year. But, that doesn't mean these films are perfect.
To achieve true good-badness, movies must follow a surprisingly complex series of rules.
When it comes to fictional names, their main power is being able to spoil your favorite films harder and faster than 'Rosebud McItwashissled.'
What happens when Hollywood goes too far and turns its attention to the programing that became so near and dear to our hearts as children?