Daniel Radcliffe's The Woman in Black has topped the British Board of Film Classification's list of the most complained-about films of 2012.
The supernatural thriller, certificate 12A, received 134 objections following its release. Among the film's scenes were depictions of children being killed by supernatural means.
The panel of film censors, who vet every movie before it goes on general release in Britain, said that viewers had written to complain about the film's "strong violence" and said that the horror was too unsettling for younger audience.
Men in Black III, starring Will Smith, drew the second-highest number of complaints, with 50 people writing in about strong language, violence and sexual innuendo.
Forty-three viewers submitted grievances about The Hunger Games because of its "violence and theme". The child-on-child violence shown in the feature, starring Jennifer Lawrence, was deemed unsuitable for its 12A rating.
Family favourite The Railway Children received its first complaint - 42 years after its release.
The report said: "The correspondent was concerned that children may be encouraged to play on railway tracks as a result of seeing the film."
"You never know quite what's going to flare up," said BBFC director David Cooke.
IBTimes UK looks at a few of the films that made the list.
Full List of Complaints
The Woman in Black 12A (134 complaints)
Men in Black 3 PG (50 complaints)
Hunger Games 12A (43 complaints)
Chronicle 12A (13 complaints)
The Dark Knight Rises 12A (10 complaints)
We Brought a Zoo PG (Six complaints)
Salmon Fishing in Yemen (Six complaints)