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got killed

coolgeek77's picture

i got killed and pinned to a wall by a knife

who killed me

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sakbeerslayer365's picture

too f'n easy...mike myers halloween

heres one bakatcha..

i got my nipple and eyeball sliced with a razor...who killed me

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khaosxrevolution's picture

I don't even know what movies you are speaking about but by judging the desolate situation that this discussion is currently in, I say the lack of replies did you all in.

Here's something simple (So simple that even the half-intelligent can comprehend this)

I was a mortician's apprentice that was murdered by restless spirits in a crematorium.

In which movie was I killed??

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sakbeerslayer365's picture

....bite this  (i will also add that your lack of respect is as deeply rooted as your families inbreeding,so therefore i will not entertain an intellectual discourse with a mutant)

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GHOULISH's picture

oooohh he called you inbred,, he took off the gloves and he's fighting bare handed ha ha ha ha ha.

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spookyboo's picture

Has anybody seen the newer recent movie version of Rumplestiltskin (not sure if I spelled that right)? Was it any good? I think it has Sigorney Weaver (I know I didn't spell that right!), in it.  Was it better then Snow White A Tale of Terror?

I really like it when some real thoughts come-into the PG rated fairy tales and turn them into R or MA rated movies.  Most of the original Fairy Tales to begin with, were pretty creepy back in the day, before being translated in English and put out and about by Disney.

In real fairy tales of long lost lore...........The Real Little Mermaid killed herself, Hanzel and Gretal was about cannibalism, and Little Red Riding Hood was about Satanism and Beasiality.

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GHOULISH's picture

hey what's up,,,, no i haven't seen it but it's probably awesome though, stories like snow white honsile and grettle rumplestilsken ext all those childrens stories were originally horror stories, but in that time period horror stories made no money people wouldn't read it, so those stories were turned into fairy tales years later, in my opinion the old darker versions are much better so if they made a scary version of rumplestilsken 'definitely' check it out, the old darker versions the originals are in the tales of the brothers grim written around 1600 or so i forget the date but they're all really good, and no i'm not talking about the heath leadger movie the brothers grim that movie was based on the book, i thought the book was like a old world twilight zone it'll be hard to find but read it its a trip, peace GHOULISH

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Oh wow, so I'm a mutant??? Does that mean that my biological parents are really revolting creatures from Venus and I'm their equally revolting offspring, interesting (and appealing idea) and thanks for revealing the awful truth to the misinformed public LOL.  My posts are not meant to offend (sincerest apologies to those offended) only to provide seconds of mindless amusement, please don't over-analyze them.

Most of the folk-tales that were generated centuries ago usually had a gruesome ending and were intended for frightening the riff-raff into behaving and doing what they were told.  Over the years these tales were unfortunately watered-down and tamed so that young children could listen to them without actually worrying about being kidnapped and devoured by malevolent goblins.  On contrary, the original versions have inspired countless horror films.  Care to name any?

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spookyboo's picture

Probably the only ones I can think of off the top of my head would be Snow White: Tale of Terror, maybe the Leprechaun and some werewolf movies were inspired by fairy tales too, but not sure. Maybe Tooth Fairy and the Boogieman?

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khaosxrevolution's picture

Speaking of the tooth fairy and the boogeyman there were horror flicks created for both and they weren't half bad!  I can't think of the names though (I think one was called "Darkness Falls"?)

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