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Inappropriate Golden Books: Or, how to awesomely warp your children

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Pixar Story Artist Josh Cooley has been taking iconic scenes from notably not child-safe movies like The Terminator, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Silence of the Lambs and rendering them as old-school Golden Book pages.

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Cooley has collected this little nuggets of perfect in a book called Movies R Fun that he'll have for sale at this July's Comic Con International in San Diego.

(Via Kotaku and Geekosystem)

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Apocalypse Now: "The Little PBR that Could"

2001 is an odd one to call not child safe unless you include it in a movie category called "Almost no dialogue and/or action that bore kids and leads them to annoy the hell out of the adults watching it to get mad and smack them."