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Category:Classic Movies, Horror
Tags:Windows, glass, decapitation, David Warner, The Omen
Submitted:The Mothership
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Chancellor Gorkon Nooooooooo!!!
Jet Bin Fever
It's funny, because I always think of him as "The Lobe" even if it's just his voice.

Binro the Heretic
He'll always be Sark to me.

He'll always be the evil dude in time bandits to me

The Mothership
all fine roles, in addition to his stint as a Cardassian torturer.


Quick, put him in the Lazarus Pit!

He'll always be the TGRI scientist that exclaimed, "Pepperoni heaven!" to me.

heyyy waitaminit, that was BEVELED glass....
This movie has one of the best audio commentaries I've ever heard.
Binro the Heretic
Satan will chop your head off, show it to you and make it all look like an accident.

The "Final Destination" franchise wishes it could be this fucking awesome.
John Holmes Motherfucker
When you're a male kid growing up in the seventies, decapitation scenes in movies are your version of porn. I remember having this scene described to me by other kids. far more vividly than when I actually saw it.
LJ: During high school I took summer school for a history class and the teacher randomly busted this movie out. He claimed it was incredibly important that we watch this movie in order to get a passing grade. Having never seen it before, I naively sat through the entire movie trying to figure out what it had to do with U.S. history.

When it finally finished he turned it off and gave a 30 minute lecture on how imaginative the death scenes were. I didn't learn a thing about U.S. history until community college.
Sudan no1
Just be grateful you got out of the class un-molested.

It really is kind of amazing how the remake technically copied this scene for scene yet fell hilariously short.

"Liev Schreiber" is a pretty definitive sign of a shitty movie.
Caminante Nocturno
The remake was one of the most unnecessary films ever made.

Showing them back to back should would make for a great class on tension and tone.

I could not stop laughing in the theatre when I saw the remake and Jennings' headless body doing a backflip down the stairs didn't help.

My mom swore up and down that this was the scariest movie ever made when she made me watch it. Kids today are way too desensitized to even blink at stuff like this.
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