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  • The Creatures From 'Waters of Mars' Spew Water From Their Demonic Mouths on Random Scariest 'Doctor Who' Moments

    (#7) The Creatures From 'Waters of Mars' Spew Water From Their Demonic Mouths

    From 2008-2010, Doctor Who aired a series of specials that were essentially short films that allowed the Doctor to explore worlds without tethering himself to a specific storyline. Arriving on the last day of Bowie Base One, he finds the place overrun with water demon/vampire-like entities.

    The monsters are fairly lo-fi, with soaking wet faces and disturbingly cracked mouths. As the creatures track down the Doctor, the special ratchets up the tension, and even though the audience knows that the Doctor is getting out of this, it’s not entirely clear how he’ll stop these creatures.

  • 'State of Decay' Pitted The Doctor Against Gothic Vampires on Random Scariest 'Doctor Who' Moments

    (#12) 'State of Decay' Pitted The Doctor Against Gothic Vampires

    After arriving on a planet that's still operating under feudalism, the Doctor and his companions come across a group of vampiric lords who carry out a yearly tradition of draining some of the youngest villagers under their thrall.

    Aside from the vampires, one of the scariest things about this episode is the way that the three lords keep their people devolved into a medieval state rather than allowing them to advance technologically. This episode features one of the more upsetting concepts, an amphitheater floor that pulses to a heart beat. That may not be a jump scare, but it's a concept that is almost Lovecraftian in nature.

  • An Invisible Threat Chews Through Characters In 'Silence in the Library' on Random Scariest 'Doctor Who' Moments

    (#3) An Invisible Threat Chews Through Characters In 'Silence in the Library'

    In what is ostensibly a gothic ghost story, the Doctor is drawn to a library in the 51st century where spooky things immediately start happening. The lights in the main library go out one by one in a fairly terrifying scene, and that's after the Doctor and Donna encounter a disembodied head. It's a cute disembodied head, but it's still freaky.

    Those scares don't compare to the Vashta Nerada, particle-sized creatures that are extremely carnivorous. This episode could have been a standard Doctor Who episode, but there are astronauts chased down long corridors by unseen creatures and an imminent threat that's only discernible as a double shadow. "Silence in the Library" is an intriguing story that will make you think twice about visiting unknown planets on a whim.

  • The Foretold From 'Mummy on the Orient Express' Is A Genuinely Creepy Mummy on Random Scariest 'Doctor Who' Moments

    (#10) The Foretold From 'Mummy on the Orient Express' Is A Genuinely Creepy Mummy

    As far as mummies go in film and television, the Foretold is absolutely the most upsetting version of this classic horror trope that has maybe ever existed. The mummy, or Foretold if you want to be technical, has all of the trappings that you look for in a creepy Egyptian evil being: bandages, the staggering gait, and even a sarcophagus.

    The Foretold turns out not to be a cursed Egyptian creature, but rather a stealth soldier. Still, this horrific mummy is creepy enough to give audiences the heebie-jeebies. The opening scene of this episode is genuinely chilling, especially when the Foretold sucks the life force out of an elderly woman's skull.

  • 'The Impossible Planet' Pitted The Doctor Against Possessed Astronauts And The Devil on Random Scariest 'Doctor Who' Moments

    (#5) 'The Impossible Planet' Pitted The Doctor Against Possessed Astronauts And The Devil

    “The Impossible Planet” and its follow up episode “The Satan Pit” ask the question, “Who would win in a fight between the Doctor and the devil?” After landing on the mysterious planet Krop Tor, the Doctor meets a crew of engineers attempting to drill into the core of the planet to understand how it’s orbiting a black hole.

    The closer the crew gets to the center of the planet, the creepier things get. Messages appear in an “impossible old” language and a crew member is possessed by something called “the Beast” that has him slay the rest of his crew members.

    In the following episode, the Doctor literally goes face to face with the devil while Rose has to fight off possessed Ood. The Doctor is thrust into confusion about whether or not he’s actually dealing with Satan or just an alien who’s well versed with human history. It’s spooky stuff.

  • Mirrors, Alternate Dimensions, And Creepy Caves Abound In 'It Takes You Away' on Random Scariest 'Doctor Who' Moments

    (#11) Mirrors, Alternate Dimensions, And Creepy Caves Abound In 'It Takes You Away'

    Alternate dimensions are never a good thing, especially in Doctor Who. If any episode of this series is similar to Event Horizon, it's "It Takes You Away," an episode that sees the Doctor and her companions stuck in a series of parallel dimensions conversing with their deceased spouses.

    The conversations are caused by the Solitract, a sentient universe that's so desperate for company that it traps the Doctor's companions. On top of the pseudo ghosts of everyone's wives, there's a creepy looking alien named Ribbons that has a very Buffy the Vampire Slayer look. All in all, it's deeply upsetting.

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After the new version of Doctor Who was launched, the ratings and reviews were not inferior to the original version. In addition to some classic alien villains, the new version of Doctor Who also adds new horror elements that are unexpected. From the Daleks to the Weeping Angels, Doctor Who is a series that is always full of horror and panic things, making it one of the perfect choices for many horror movie lovers. 

The most terrifying episode of the series combines psychological horror with visual panic, disgusting monsters, and intense narrative. The random tool introduced 13 scariest 'Doctor Who' moments that may make you scream.

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