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Desc:One of the film's better stylish moments.
Category:Classic Movies, Horror
Tags:hook, decapitation, ghost ship, badonkadonk
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Comment count is 13
this was all that was necessary to be seen in this movie, thanks for editing
Binro the Heretic
The rest of the movie sucks too much for me to enjoy this scene, even though it is kind of cool.

It would've been better if they hadn't chosen contemporary music. 1930's music would have made it a lot creepier and more stylish.
What talent?
King of Balls
God, this fucking music!
Caminante Nocturno
Never let a movie producer plan your heist.
Innocent Bystander
Well, isn't this very evil and what have you.

And yes, this music sucks.
People who ruin otherwise decent clips with unneeded music need to be slapped.
The plot itself sucked..but the movie had good death scenes.
j lzrd / swift idiot
Fuck you haters, I was just about to dupe this.
I have no compunctions about rating up my own submission. Also this movie is perfect brain candy.
I applaud you, but you forgot a star. Also, for everyone complaining about the music, the sound quality on this video makes it sound much worse than it actually is.

No, wait. It actually is terrible. But I'm not revoking any stars.

Seriously, now that this guy is on Dexter, I watch this about a billion times a week.
It was a decent flick.

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