Churner death addict: methoddity ii

GetYourCrayon Sep 26 2017 11:44 pm Im watching this just because AJH! So if you guys are like me, i tell you DONT WATCH THIS DRAMA! I really like everythings in this drama except the female lead. Her character is so annoying and her acting is so bad!

As co-president and founder of my high school’s Horror Movie Club (created solely so we could skip third hour once a week to watch movies), I thought it was important to see every Wes Craven film. Alas, this was nothing like “A Nightmare on Elm Street.” It was far scarier because I became convinced gangs of sociopaths were lurking around every corner of my relatively safe hometown. The whole premise of the movie is difficult to swallow: Two teen girls are kidnapped by a band of thugs, gang-raped, humiliated and tortured. I haven’t seen the director’s cut, which reportedly features disemboweling (damn, that’s too bad), so this scene stands out. The thugs stumble upon one of the girls in the woods and prior to raping her, they throw her friend’s severed arm on the ground for her to see. Yeah, nice touch. After a nasty piece of work named Krug does his business (and I won’t go into detail about that), a folk-style love ballad (WTF?!) starts playing, and the girl walks off into a lake only to be shot in the back. What’s worse than this? The fact that they’re remaking the movie. Unbelievable.

Warning: This list of shocking movie scenes features graphic descriptions of rape, violence, incest, etc. and is not for the faint of heart.

"A strange thing has happened that is a very rare phenomena in Hollywood – a sequel/prequel/spinoff that is better (far, far better) than the original in which it is based," he writes. "There are scares, of course, but they never feel cheap or underwhelming with each one cranking up the stakes and goosebumps... More 1970’s psychological thriller than true, gory fodder Annabelle: Creation continues the fine rehabilitation of the horror/thriller genre that so many have set the standard for. A terrific surprise."