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- The original Creepypasta stories by the original authors ( main themes )

- Dare to Dream: A Study in the Imagination of a Ten-Year-Old Boy, an Epic MegaGames classic by Cliff " Cliffy B. " Bleszinski ( dreams/nightmares, the human mind )

- The American Horror Story series

- Stranger Things, A Netflix Original Series

- EarthBound, the Super NES cult classic by Nintendo and Shigesato Itoi

- Darkman, a Sam Raimi classic ( inspiration for the appearance of my version of Jeff The Killer )

- The Matrix trilogy ( uses similar themes, such as Cyberpunk )

- Time Travel ( Chronos Institute )

- The Phantom of the Opera and...to an extent...Phantom of the Paradise ( similar themes, inspiration for the appearance of my version of Jeff The Killer )

- The Dark Knight trilogy, a trilogy of Batman films by Christopher Nolan ( similar themes, inspiration for the appearance of my version of Jeff The Killer )

- Nightmare Ned, an ABC Saturday Morning television cartoon which I watched a few episodes of ( similar themes such as, how to deal with daily problems and other issues, nightmare sequences )

- American McGee's Alice and it's sequel, Alice: Madness Returns ( similar themes including insanity, loss and willpower among other things )

- Once Upon a Time, an ABC television classic

- The Blair Witch Project

- The Binding of Isaac, an indie game ( similar themes such as how religion can affect young children )

- The Creepypasta X Reader stories seen on DeviantArt

- Change of the Past by DanVsFan of DeviantArt. You can find Part One of this story here: http://danvsfan.deviantart.com/art/Change-Of-The-Past-Pg-01-448390738

- Are You Afraid of the Dark? A Nickelodeon classic. I saw this while growing up in the 90's.

- Seven Years, A Jeff The Killer comic by yenke ( Jeffmod ) of DeviantArt.

- Roberta Williams' Phantasmagoria and it's sequel, Phantasmagoria 2: A Puzzle of Flesh.

- David Cronenberg's body horror films, most notably Scanners and Videodrome

- Lost, an ABC television classic by J. J. Abrams

- The Terminator films by James Cameron

- Vrillon, A representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command