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Binro the Heretic

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Martyrs Shotgun Scene
02/21/16, 22:24

Fuck this movie.

Fuck everyone who told me I had to watch it because it's so awesome.

It's built around a stupid premise and it's just straight up torture porn.
Stephen King's 'It' (Georgie Scene)
02/21/16, 19:26

But that was kind of King's point, Cena. The things that are scary when we're kids lose a lot of their potency when we're older. That's why It ate children. They could be frightened more deeply and more easily.
Let The Right One In Pool Scene
02/21/16, 19:23

Hey, if you got an old man who will go out and get you people to eat, you use that shit.

You're a centuries-old castrated vampire. You got important centuries-old castrated vampire shit to do like killing psychotic bullies to enthrall a new servant.
Let The Right One In Pool Scene
02/21/16, 17:30

Much better than the hokey American remake.
Stephen King's 'It' (Georgie Scene)
02/21/16, 15:52

You just have to accept the fact human nightmares will always be scarier than mommy spiders.
Dinocroc Eats Boy
02/21/16, 14:17

Almost loses a star because the head didn't blink or try to form words.
Stephen King's 'It' (Georgie Scene)
02/21/16, 14:15

Well...that was how it was in the book. It is an incorporeal formless Lovecraftian horror that has to assume a physical form to feed and reproduce.

It crashed on primordial Earth in a meteorite and had to wait eons for lifeforms to evolve that were intelligent enough to frighten so It could feed on their fear. It frightened people by telepathically borrowing images from Its victims and assuming those fears' physical shapes.

The spider form was for reproduction. In the book, It produced egg sacks full of embryonic little Its.
Lake of Fire
02/21/16, 13:03

A happy accident, I think.
Lake of Fire
02/21/16, 10:38

I was raised Catholic.

No woman in my devoutly Catholic family ever went to a Catholic hospital to deliver a baby.

That's because they knew if something went wrong, the hospital would make every effort to save the baby. The life of the mother was a secondary concern. In cases where there were difficulties, husbands found themselves not only mourning the death of their unborn child, but also their wife.

I don't see a lot of these "sanctity of life" people making tiny little crosses for all the women who died in fruitless efforts to save fetuses.
Stephen King's 'It' (Georgie Scene)
02/21/16, 10:24

No "Tim Curry" tag?
The First Scene of Lars Von Trier's Antichrist
02/21/16, 09:00

Ugh, this movie.
Some of the shittiest child deaths I've ever seen!
02/21/16, 08:57

People always carefully lie down when they've been shot in the head.
Jaws Boy Vore
02/21/16, 08:54

This was the movie that changed movies. It's hard to explain to young people how much impact this measly little monster movie with its crummy giant shark puppet had on the way people saw movies and how Hollywood made and marketed movies.

People make a big thing of "Star Wars", which came out two years later, but really "Jaws" laid the groundwork. There had been popular movies before, but there had never been that much popular movie merchandise before. Sharks were everywhere. It didn't even have to say "Jaws" on it. If it was a shark, kids wanted it, even little kids like me who weren't allowed to watch the movie. (It opened on my fifth birthday) The only official "Jaws" toy was the "Jaws" game where players tried to carefully lift random garbage out of a plastic shark's mouth and not trigger the jaws to snap shut.

Sharks were incorporated into television shows. Carol Burnette, Tim Conway and Harvey Corman hunted down a "sewer shark". On "Saturday Night Live", the "Land Shark" rang doorbells and tried to entice people to answer their door only to swallow them whole when they did. The Bionic Woman had to deal with a villain using weaponized sharks. Evel Knievel planned to jump a tank full of sharks only to scrap the stunt after he and a cameraman were injured during the rehearsal. The Fonz, who had been aping Knievel's schtick for a while, would go on to waterski-jump over a shark on "Happy Days" inspiring the phrase "jump the shark", a phrase used to describe the point at which a show has become so far different from its original premise it is no longer recognizable.

It's easy to imagine George Lucas looking at all the kids running around with "Jaws" screen-printed tee shirts playing with little toy sharks and deciding to make merchandising the cornerstone of his empire.

I wouldn't get to see the movie until 1979 when it was finally aired on ABC. It was, of course, heavily edited but it was still scary enough for a nine-year-old. I remember this scene getting to me because, really, kids didn't get killed on-screen in many movies back then. Adults would get picked off like flies, but kids would never get killed, only placed in jeopardy.

I should mention my mom, an avid reader, had the "Jaws" novel. After the movie came out, I asked if I could read it, but she told me it was "too scary" and tucked it away into her closet so I wouldn't sneak a peek. I would later find out she was less worried about me reading about people getting eaten by a shark and more worried about me reading the sex scenes, something I would discover when I read the book as an adult. Apparently, a lot of those trashy paperbacks 1970s moms acquired stacks of always shoehorned in some hardcore fucking to ensure middle-aged housewives would buy them.
Stephen King's Pet Sematary - Gage's Death
02/21/16, 08:14

I didn't get to see this in the theater, but my family rented it on video when it came out. We watched it on a Saturday night with some of my parents' adult friends.

One of them was this guy named Jake who I absolutely could not stand. He wasn't really one of my parents' friends, he was one of those friend-of-a-friend people who always seems to tag along with the actual friend. He was an old buddy of one of my dad's friends from work.

After the adults had some beers and talked for a while, we dimmed the lights and sat down to watch "Pet Sematary". Jake pretty much ruined this scene for everyone expressing his glee and delight at Gage's death and loudly cheering the truck on. He talked about his girlfriend's toddler son and how much attention the "little brat" got from her and how he wished that kid would get run over by a truck.

One of the ladies who was there, hard to say which since they all hated Jake, let the girlfriend know about this charming little scene and she quickly dumped him. He was so mad, he vowed never to grace our group with his presence again.

So, hey, happy ending.
The Omen II: Truck Scene
02/20/16, 22:12

8D
Oarfish - Sea Serpent
02/20/16, 21:20

It would be most unpleasant. Their flesh is mushy and full of ammonia.

Creatures of the deep, deep sea are all inedible to humans. Their environment demands a literally alien physiology.
JFK assassination via Oliver Stone via Seinfeld
02/20/16, 21:17

If you haven't watched "JFK", you need to see it.

It's complete bullshit, but it's so fucking fun and demented.

There's a scene with Joe Pesci in a powdered wig spanking Tommy Lee Jones who is painted gold and dressed as Mercury, messenger of the gods as a horrified Kevin Bacon looks on.

You may be asking, "What does that have to do with the assassination of John Kennedy?"

According to Oliver Stone, it has EVERYTHING to do with the assassination of John Kennedy.
The Omen II: Truck Scene
02/20/16, 19:54

It's one fucking crow. just wring its neck.
Les Clark Animation Reel
02/20/16, 15:22

In the Disney short "Duck Pimples", various characters in a gritty crime pulp novel Donald Duck is reading manifest as figments of his imagination.

There's a scene with a police detective is interrogating Donald over the whereabouts of a missing pearl necklace and the wealthy socialite who owned them. When Donald is unable to answer, the detective menacingly says, "We'll make you talk." He then calls out, "CLAAAAARK! THE HOT IRONS!"

A small mustachioed man dressed as a door-to-door salesman complete with sample case pops up out of the book. He lifts his hat to reveal a stack of business cards. The detective takes one and reads it aloud, "Leslie J. Clark: Hot Irons."

That character owes both his name and physical appearance to the real-life Clark.
Child gets head crushed (Toxic Avenger)
02/20/16, 15:07

God, it's been ages since I watched this movie.

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