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|Jimmy Labatt |
3. I was so damaged by this movie as a child.
#3. Thanks, dad.
3. This movie had enough nightmare fuel to go to the moon and back.
I was old enough when it came out to not be affected by it but watching it NOW might mess me up.
|sudan no1 |
3. For some reason I remembered the wheelers as unicyclists, this is sort of disappointing.
I read the OZ books as a kid after seeing the MGM film but long before seeing this one. When this came out I was stoked because it came so close to getting everything right.
Any movie which starts out with an insane child who can't put a dream out of her mind to the point that she gets electroshock therapy is a +5 in my book.
Those actors had to be outstanding athletes to carry that off.
The hallway full of screaming heads used to scare the piss out of me.
|Big Muddy |
The Cirque de Soleil of kids horror.
3. I had forgotten about all this.
Fuck yeah! I loved this movie. They almost got the feeling of Oz down pat.
Such delicious nightmare fuel! I think I lost 0/1 SAN when I watched it.
3. I had to be carried, screaming and bawling, out of the theater. I was maybe six.
FUCK. The wheelers didn't scare me, but watching one die sure did. How his head falls in half... Ugh.
|Syd Midnight |
aahaha now I'm getting electroshock at a local hospital, it really does kinda work though, if you're suicidal you should give it a try, its difficult to explain but it works, it does kinda cheer you up a bit
I guess the brain has a self repair mode that turns on after seizures + my Dr uses ketamine as an anesthetic which is pretty awesome in and of itself, so it probably happens like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ti6KHnPfOtI
im all like "crank it up high doc; in fact you'd better kill me"
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