Horror Movies Show Us the Dark Negative Side

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Our story begins with a young girl hearing and seeing strange things and then being pulled underwater to her death, along with her cat, in her backyard pond. A few days later her friend Leann mysteriously receives a call from her one missed call ac

FROM the moment the horror genre, was introduced into the entertainment world, it has taken the world by thunder-storm.


Horror movies have captivated audiences all over the world.


Why?


Because they  love the rush of fear which they experience when they watch movies.


A far cry from romantic or comedy movies, this type of movie is special in several ways  providing insights into human nature and well reflects doubts and fears we all have of the supernatural world. Those whose minds feed on the feeling of fear and terror eagerly wait to buy the latest dvd or horror flick--and that includes almost everyone.



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Around the world
there are many
individuals who are
interested in
watching a horror
movie
as they love
the thrill and fear
which movies are
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with thesis. often
it is believed that
people love this
type of movies or
movies because
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outlet for people's
greatest fears to be
tested from the
safety of the movie
theater. this is one
of the reasons why
individuals who are
interested to watch
this type of movies
or rush to buy dvd
version once it is
released. the
background story or
a horror movie deals
mostly with
scientific
experiments gone
horribly wrong, a
ghost seeking
revenge,
supernatural themes
and many more like
666. which movies
deal with the
supernatural themes
leave the audience
with a spine
chilling
feeling.
because this is the
main character in
the movie is
normally an ordinary
person who has an
encounter with
ghosts or other
supernatural
characters. if an
individual is really
key in this type of
movies, he willing
watch it on the
movie theater more
than one time and
wait eagerly willing
to buy dvd version
as well. the horror
movie aspecten that
explores the
mysterious of the
world is the most
popular among
audiences all over
the world. the
reason being, theses
movies often portray
supernatural themes
and how it
can-affect our daily
life. asian horror
movies are on the
top of the list
which deals with
this aspect. these
movies are great
form of
entertainment for
audiences those who
love these types of
movies compared to
becauses other
movies thesis asian
horror movies
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goose bumps to
compromise and
sacrifice a spine
chilling experience.
with globalization
and popularity all
over the world today
you-can evenbuy
dvdversion thesis or
movies. earlier,
also dealt with
horror movie themes
that were meant as
cautionary messages
to the young
audience. the story
line of movies
mostly dealt with
thesis students
immortal being
brutally killed
after going into the
abandoned building.
many of theses
movies also taught
young audience about
the dangers one can
face in certain
situations. horror
movies that the
thesis offered
cautionary messages
to audiences mostly
were produced
consistently late
80's and 90's. which
were the horror
movies released 10
or 20 years ago
still captivate
audience whether
today's generation.
some of the best
horror movies of all
time are psycho, the
mummy (1932),
frankenstein (1935),
the bride of
frankenstein and
many more. if you
want to buy dvd
movies or thesis,
you-can you try the
dvd stores or
purchase it by

shopping online.

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anonymous 3 years ago

Horror movies and horror novels illustrate the numerous fears people have and show the world and universe as largely dangerous hostile and frightening. The negative the ugly the repulsive the deviant the violent the immoral the amoral the cruel the malevolent the insane the monstrous. All kinds of human evil and all kinds of Natural evil are depicted. All kinds of sinister monsters and sinister aliens are depicted and supernatural evil such as the Devil demons and evil fairies are depicted. The human body is full of defects and is vulnerable to numerous hazards. Diseases intense cold intense heat poisons falling from great heights drowning suffocation premature burial and being crushed and decapitated are among the greatest horrors. Centipedes tarantulas rattlesnakes jellyfish stonefish the Sydney funnelweb spider etc have agonizingly painful venoms. Pythons boas and anacondas strangle their victims and sharks crocodiles and big cats tear their victims apart. Being buried alive is probably the most horrific fate. Suffocation and claustrophobia. Coffins crypts vaults tunnels a hole in the ground or any enclosed place can be a torture chamber or death trap. Satanism and demonic possession are prominent in horror with Rosemary's Baby The Exorcist Beyond the Door the Devil's Rain the Omen and Exorcist 3-Legion. Evil aliens cannibals and mutated humans are also prominent. Texas Chainsaw Massacre is one example. Lionsgate distributor and Afterdark Horrorfest are extremely gruesome and gory. The DVD cover to the movie Tooth and Nail shows a skeletal winged creature with a human skull. It seems to personify death degeneration decay entropy decomposition. Serial killers and slashers are most numerous in horror movies with Friday the 13th and Halloween and similar disgusting movies. Evil clowns evil dentists evil doctors evil Santa clauses and even evil ice cream vendors are to be found in horror movies. Horror movies depict the evil.


anonymous 3 years ago

The movie Deep Red is a murder mystery horror movie which delves into the psychology of murderers. Its set to music by the Goblins. A young boy witnesses his insane mother stab his father to death. Years later he becomes an alcoholic. Now in the present a lecture centering around a psychic woman is being held. The psychic woman senses that the killer(the young boy's mother) is in the audience and mentions this. The killer soon tracks the psychic in her apartment and stabs her. The alcoholic has a friend who is a pianist who decides to investigate the murder. The killer targets him and anyone else who gets involved. At the end the killer reveals herself and tries one last time to kill the pianist. The killer's necklace gets caught in a moving elevator and she is choked to death. The film is very violent and gory. Disturbing children's music is heard and accompanies each killing. A Mynah bird and a lizard were killed in the making of this movie which angers me. This movie stars David Hemmings and Gabriele Lavia. Its filled with atmosphere.


anonymous 3 years ago

The movie Beyond the Door starring Juliet Mills Richard Johnson and Gabriele Lavia is about Satanism and demonic possession. The Devil speaks in a voiceover to the audience in the dark with numerous candles. A Satanic ritual with a naked woman another woman(Juliet Mills) and Richard Johnson are shown accompanied by scary music is shown. Richard Johnson is then shown driving his car while the Devil's voice taunts him. He becomes suspended in time as his car falls off a cliff. Ten years later Juliet Mills and her family are shown in San Francisco. The husband Gabriele Lavia is a record producer and their two kids are Ken and Gail. Juliet Mills announces shes pregnant. It will be apparent its a demonic child she is carrying. She levitates in her room. Richard Johnson reappears from her past and tries to deliver the demonic baby she is carrying. Juliet becomes possessed by a demon and throws her husband around the room through telekinesis. In another scene little Ken talks to an imaginary invisible presence in his room. This scene is reminiscent of Jody the pig interacting with a little girl in the Amityville Horror several years later. When his sister Gail enters the room the dolls and toys come to life and terrorize the children. Of course its demonic activity that is making this possible. In another scene the family doctor talks to a strange woman who lives in a boathouse about the supernatural. When Richard Johnson finally delivers the demonic baby from the possessed woman the demon inside her reveals its all a joke and that hes going to hell anyway. Having been suspended in time for the last 10 years Richard Johnson is killed as his car falls down a cliff into San Francisco Bay. The family is later shown on a ferry after this horrific ordeal. In the last scene little Ken's eyes start to glow with the horror starting anew. Little Ken is the next vessel for the Devil. The movie is filled with awesome music and atmosphere and there is a sense of helplessness and vulnerability. Franco Micalizzi provides much of the music. Producer Ovidio Assonitis has announced a remake to the original Beyond the Door made in Chicago and Thailand. The original 1974 Beyond the Door was made in San Francisco and Rome. Beyond the Door illustrates that the Devil and demons are real and that there are risks in dabbling with Satanic rituals.Beyond the Door is unforgettable.


anonymous 3 years ago

Kiss of the Tarantula is a horror movie reminiscent of Willard. A girl who keeps pet Tarantulas uses them to kill people. The girl lives in a funeral home/mortuary. The only person she likes is her undertaker father. The girl kills her mother and several other people by using her pet spiders as weapons. Her lecherous uncle is also a murderer. Her uncle is one reason she killed her mother as her uncle and her mother plotted to kill the girl's undertaker father. The lecherous sleazy uncle kills a young woman to cover up Suzanne's crimes. The lecherous uncle is intent on having an affair with Suzanne. She decides to kill her uncle as well. The uncle's fate is even more horrific than being bitten by large spiders. She pushes him down the stairs and paralyzes him and then drags him and lifts him up with some hoist and puts him inside an airtight coffin and puts two other dead bodies on top of him and closes the lid. The man is buried alive. The undertaker father has no idea his brother is being murdered right under his nose. Being buried alive is a horrific fate. Suffocation and claustrophobia. The uncle pleads with Suzanne not to bury him alive. Its very sick cruel and disturbing to see a premature burial. Horrible beyond imagining. The movie exudes death. Kiss of the Tarantula was made in either 1972 1974 1975 1976 or 1977 depending on the source. Why the discrepancy in dates is a mystery. The first time I saw this horrible movie was in December 1977.


anonymous 3 years ago

In the original The Exorcist theres a prologue in Northern Iraq showing an archealogogical dig with Father Merrin played by Max von Sydow. A statue of the demon/demigod Pazuzu is shown. The action switches to Washington D.C. Regan has been playing with an ouija board which is said to be dangerous and which is one doorway to the demonic. The sinister Captain Howdy communicates with her. This silly name is probably not the real name of this entity. Later on she becomes totally possessed. Its not the Devil who possesses her but some demon. Some say its Pazuzu who possesses her. Let's just say its an unknown demon. She curses and does obscene things and is physically violent. A young priest Father Karras is suffering from depression and a loss of his religious faith. His elderly mother dies. In a disturbing nightmare Karras sees his mother in a New York subway station on a staircase. He sees himself running to her but she walks away and disappears. A falling crucifix is shown. The dream is showing his failure and loss of control and illustrates helplessness and vulnerability in a cruel dangerous hostile world. Regan speaks with a hoarse voice and has knowledge of things which can only be described as supernatural. At first Father Karras doesnt believe Regan is really possessed but just mentally insane. As the story progresses he becomes convinced that this is a case of genuine demonic possession. Regan levitates and she appears to Karras as his elderly mother and talks in the same voice as his mother. The elderly priest Father Merrin dies of a heart attack during the exorcism. Father Karras struggles with Regan and invites the demon to enter him. It does enter him for a few seconds. Karras throws himself out the window to his death. Regan is saved but at what cost? She killed two priests and killed a friend of her mother and seriously injured and nearly kills her mother. God is supposed to win in the end but its a narrow victory achieved at a high price. It looks more like the Devil won in the end. At best its a draw with no resolution. Linda Blair Jason Miller Ellen Burstyn and Lee J. Cobb all star in this 1973 horror movie. In one scene an amulet is found by a character outside Regan's property. What is it and how did it get there? What is the connection between the Northern Iraq sequence and Washington DC? One answer to why Regan became demonically possessed is because she was messing around with an ouija board. Ouija boards are dangerous as mentioned previously. 40 years later The Exorcist remains one of the most disturbing horror movies.


anonymous 3 years ago

Horror movies often interlap with other film genres such as science fiction adventure action mystery and in childrens movies. Mutants monsters serial killers zombies the Devil demons evil fairies snakes spiders centipedes sharks crocodiles and evil aliens are all more or less incredible examples of horror. There are also mundane banal everyday examples of horror. Car accidents rudeness alienation and loneliness are some examples of everyday mundane banal horrors or evils. Gruesome carnage is caused by motor vehicles everyday. The bodies of people and animals are injured crippled maimed and sometimes decapitated with internal organs and blood splattered. Its disgraceful deplorable. Rudeness alination and loneliness are some examples of horror shown in movies such as Taxi Driver and Falling Down starring Michael Douglas. In nearly all suburbs towns and cities people are selfish and uncaring. This is alienation. People dont care about eachother. Neighbors dont interact with eachother.That is depressing and frightening. If someone is sick injured or dying no one would intervene and no one would try to help and no one would care. The theme of alienation is also in Rosemary's Baby taking place in a largely unfriendly New York city. Girls and women are generally unfriendly unkind uncaring and thousands of lonely guys exist all over the world and especially in America. Intense continual loneliness is an example of banal mundane horror or evil. Frankenstein comes to my mind. A 1981 movie The Funhouse has a character who is so monstrously deformed that he lives in a freakshow and wears a Frankenstein mask to hide his even more deformed real face. In Bride of Frankenstein a woman is created as a mate for the monster. Of course it doesnt work out as she wants nothing to do with him. Frankenstein's monster suffers from loneliness. He knows that what he wants the most(a female companion or woman) is what he will never have. The world and universe and especially human beings are cruel and indifferent. Its a largely heartless cruel immoral amoral unfriendly unkind hostile world. This is what I mean when I talk about the mundaneness and banality of horror or evil. Society is so fragmented impersonal disconnected fractured splintered broken dehumanizing and alienating. One of the biggest horrors is alienation and one of the cruelest and most dangerous places is a typical road or highway with cars trucks buses trains etc. Road rage speeding recklessness stupidity drunkeness rudeness pollution grievous accidents are commonplace. Anyone who has car trouble or is stuck on the road is not likely to get help and runs the risk of being struck by other vehicles or runs the risk of being mugged raped or murdered by criminals who see an opportunity to prey on someone vulnerable. Starvation and poverty are other examples of mundane banal everyday horrors especially in certain cities and in foreign countries such as Africa India and Brazil. There is horror and evil everywhere. The Devil rules this screwed up world. A loving God does not. The world itself is a horror movie.


anonymous 3 years ago

Diseases are one of the biggest horrors causing suffering and death to people and animals day after day year after year decade after decade century after century. Heart disease stroke aneurysm tooth decay malaria ebola anthrax botulism rabies dengue fever etc ad nauseam ad infintum. Nature has a legion of diseases to torture and kill both man and beast. Nature is the biggest mass murderer of all. Horror movies about diseases are Outbreak and Coma. Nature is cruel. Its cruel beyond imagining.


anonymous 3 years ago

Exorcist 3-Legion is based on the novel Legion. The night Father Karras jumped out a window to his death a serial killer named Gemini was executed. Now 12 years later gruesome killings are being committed. A mental hospital is the focal point. Police detective Kinderman played by George C. Scott returns here from the first Exorcist novel and from the first Exorcist movie from the 70s. We see a prisoner locked in a cell played by Brad Dourif. His appearance intermittently changes with that of Father Karras played by Jason Miller from the first Exorcist movie. This movie and especially the novel based on it does what few horror movies/novels do. It asks the hard questions such as "Can there be an all good God who alllows horrific evil suffering killing and death to go on? George C. Scott asks what kind of God would create death? The movie doesnt delve deeply enough into the facts of evil and suffering as the novel does. The novel addresses both moral evil or human evil and Natural evil. Horrific diseases horrific parasites predation violence killing death mass starvation grievous accidents horrible animals such as brown recluse spiders centipedes jellyfish the candiru screw worm flies tapeworms etc birth defects miscarriages monstrous deformities in people where the person's face and body looks like a Halloween costume or something out of a horror movie and the dangers from deep bodies of water. Serial killers slavery genocides human's proclivity for making war grievous accidents injuries pollution the loneliness caused by physical ugliness mental illness depression selfishness greed sociopathy alienation. Much of the animal kingdom is carnivorous or partly carnivorous as are most human beings. That means theres violence carnage killing death everywhere all the time. The world is a slaughterhouse. The novel version of Legion ends a bit more optimistiscally while the movie version ends more pessimistically. Satan or the Devil and demons are implied to be behind all this evil cruelty suffering killing death. Why then is God allowing these evil beings to cause all this evil cruelty and havoc? Neither the movie nor the novel adequately answers this question. Maybe God is all good but not powerful enough or not smart enough to prevent evil and suffering. Maybe the Devil and his minions are stronger and smarter than given credit for and maybe its the Devil who is winning this war. This world is such a hellhole and such a screwed up quagmire of evil that there has got to be a Devilish or Satanic or demonic force behind it. Otherwise its impossible to explain its Satanic nature and impossible to explain the evils cruelties miseries and horrors which continue with no end in sight. The world itself is a horror movie and horror novel. Thousands to millions of years of evil sin suffering death extinctions horrors. Real life is a horror movie.


anonymous 3 years ago

There are many science fiction and fantasy movies which overlap with horror or have horror themes and horror scenes. One of these is Godzilla vs.Destroyah from 1995. This movie ties in the first Godzilla movie in 1954 when the first and original Godzilla was killed by Dr. Seeizawa's oxygen destroyer. The oxygen destroyer is a horrific device which destroys oxygen in the water and suffocates any living thing within a certain promixity and then liquefies the flesh of its victims. Only the skeletons of its victims remain. Now 41 years later in 1995 scientists discover mutated microorganisms in the same ocean area where the oxygen destroyer killed the first Godzilla. These anaerobic microorganisms are crab like and date 2.5 billion years ago during the Precambrian Era when planet earth had no oxygen in its atmosphere. The Precambrian Era was a suffocating unbreathable toxic place with poisonous gases boiling mud pools and temperatures thousands of degrees hot. Earth was as inhospitable as Mercury Venus Mars and the Moon during the Precambrian Era. An unprotected human body would suffocate and incinerate to death in seconds under these horrific conditions. I would classify this as horror. It would be like being locked inside an airtight coffin and it would be like being inside a gas chamber or incinerator. Its horrific beyond imagining. These microoganisms mutate and grow into large to gigantic monsters and are called Destroyah as they were revived by the oxygen destroyer from the 1954 Godzilla movie and they thrive in an anaerobic suffocating atmosphere. Destroyah is pure evil personified. It comes in four sizes and changes shape and is actually a whole army of monsters. Its reddish colored. It looks like a crab and a praying mantis. It can shoot rays from its mouth. Two of the larger forms of Destroyah have wings and can fly. The final form Destroyah is a 394 foot tall bipedal winged behemoth with a horn. Its AWESOME. It looks like a demon or a gargoyle on steroids. Destroyah is bigger and stronger than Godzilla and has a ray from its mouth and its horn and from its chest. It kills Godzilla Junior and it manhandles and pummels Godzilla. Destroyah lifts Godzilla with its tail effortlessly. Godzilla in this film glows red and has steam coming from its body. Godzilla is in great pain and will die from nuclear meltdown. There's a touching scene where Godzilla comes to his dying son. Destroyah is winning the fight. Just minutes before Godzilla dies he blasts the dreaded Destroyah with his radioactive breath. Destroyah seems to disintegrate. Destroyah then amalgamates into numerous smaller crab like forms and attacks Godzilla and then returns back to its bipedal gargoyle form. When Destroyah tries to fly away the military shoots it with lasers and kills it. At the same time Godzilla melts. Godzilla's death is tragic. In the last scene its revealed that Godzilla Junior or Godzilla's son survived and has mutated into a full size Godzilla. Godzilla Junior is now the next Godzilla and carries on the Godzilla series in future movies. The music by Akira Ifukube is one of the best. The beginning of this movie and the opening credits and the music which accompanies it is one of the most AWESOME openings to any movie. It truly evokes grandeur awe and an aura of ancientness. The primeval Destroyah is as ancient as life itself. Its hard for the average person to imagine the vastness of 2.5 billion years. The average human mind is awed to paralysis. Destroyah is unimaginably ancient unimaginably large and unimaginably powerful. It can lift a cruise ship. It lifts Godzilla and throws him with ease and it manhandles Godzilla. That speaks for itself. The ending of the movie is a requiem with scenes and music from previous Godzilla movies. Godzilla vs Destroyah is horrific and awesome at the same time.


anonymous 3 years ago

The Devil's Rain is a horror movie about a Satanic cult headed by Jonathan Corbis or Pilgrim Corbis played by Ernest Borgnine. Corbis was executed by witch hunters in 1680 in Massachussettes. Now Corbis has returned in 1975 in Red Stone Arizona(actually Durango Mexico) in an abandoned ghost town in the desert. He is looking for a lost book of names promised to Satan and is looking for the living descendants of the Preston family. Mark Preston drives out to the desert and confronts Corbis. Theres a showdown at Corbis's Satanic church. Preston loses and is overpowered by Corbis and his flock of devil worshippers. Its frightening to see all those Satanists in robes as they chase Preston and overpower him. Both Preston and his mother are captured and converted to Satanism. Meanwhile two relatives of the Prestons a man and his wife decide to drive to the ghost town to rescue Mark Preston and his mother. The wife is a psychic and is able to see things happening in the past and in one scene she sees Corbis and his followers being burned at the stake 295 years earlier. In the middle of the movie Corbis transforms into a ram headed demon. Some say this is Satan while others say its a demon. A device called rhe Devil's Rain is a glass bubble which contains all the souls promised to Satan by Corbis. Mark Preston gets a hold of it and decides to break it. A rain falls inside the Satanic church and melts all the cultists including the ram headed demon. It seems as if the Satanists have been defeated but the final scene shows differently. In the final scene Tom Preston hugs his psychic wife but transforms into Corbis. Corbis laughs an evil laugh and the movie ends much the way it began. It seems that the psychic woman is now trapped by Corbis. The beginning of the movie is awesome as it shows a painting of Heironymus Bosch accompanied to the sounds of sinister music and the voices of the damned who are trapped by Corbis. "Help. Get me out of here" can be heard and moaning and wailing can be heard. The music is chilling and the desert scenery is effective and there are shots of an ominous sky. The Satanists melt into puddles of goo when they are shot. Mark Preston's old father is hung upside down by the Satanists at his house during a rainstorm. The Satanists kidnap Mark Preston's mother during the process. Nearly everywhere theres a Satanist in this movie. The most frightening scenes are when the Satanists in their robes chase Mark Preston and corner him in the desert just outside the Satanic church. God is weak silent or absent in this movie as in real life. Anton Lavey the notorious 20th century California Satanist can be seen in this movie as High Priest. Ernest Borgnine did a splendid job as Corbis and as the ram headed demon. The demon has a wrinkled face with upcurved horns resembling that of a goat or a sheep and wears a red suit. William Shatner Ida Lupino John Travolta Eddie Albert and Tom Skerritt all do a good job at acting. This movie shows that the Devil rules this world and not a loving God and shows that the Devil is winning the war.


anonymous 3 years ago

Rosemary's Baby is based on the novel by Ira Levin. In Manhattan during the 1965-1966 year Guy and Rosemary Woodhouse move into the Bramford apartment. Their friend Hutch warns them its dangerous and tells them about its sinister history. Satanist Adrian Marcato lived there and conjured up Satan in 1896. Later on Rosemary meets a young woman in a creepy laundry room. The young woman tells Rosemary about an old couple known as the Castavets Roman and Minnie. As Guy and Rosemary take a walk late at night later on they discover that someone jumped out of a window to her death. A suicide. Rosemary discovers that its the same woman she met in the laundry room. The Castavets are also taking a walk. They meet Rosemary and Guy and invite them for dinner. Rosemary and Guy meet the old couple who live next door and they talk.During the meeting Roman and Guy have a private talk while Minni and Rosemary wash dishes. The Castavets are Satanists and Roman talks to Guy in private about a deal. If Guy agrees to allow Rosemary and her unborn baby in a Satanic ritual then the Castavets can help launch Guy's acting career. The foolish Guy agrees to join the Satanists. In one scene while Rosemary and Guy are in bed they hear chanting and flute playing in the room next door. Its the Castavets conducting Satanic rituals. Eventually Rosemary is drugged by eating a dessert and she has a hallucinatory dream. She sees herself on a yacht with rich famous people and she sees the Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangelo. We see the entire coven surrounding her and chanting. Guy is alsopresent with the Castavets. Sinister cat like eyes and claws are seen on a lumpy human body and a sinister human face. Its Satan. Satan has appeared and is raping Rosemary. She will bear the Devil's son who will be named Adrian. Satan here was played by actor Clay Tanner. The face looks like Guy's or actor John Cassavettes. Satanist Anton Lavey claims he is the one who played the role of Satan in this movie. Lavey started his Satanic church in San Francisco California in 1966 right around the time Ira Levin was writing and publishing his novel of Rosemary's Baby. The movie was filmed in late 1967 to early 1968. Rosemary's pregnancy is very painful. Her obstetrician is also a Satanist. Their friend Hutch dies from a disease. Before he dies he sends a book to Rosemary called All of them Witches. Adrian Marcato is in it as is his son Steven Marcato. Rosemary is told that theres someone important in this book whose identity can be deciphered using an anagram. The name Steven Marcato is underlined. She discovers that Steven Marcato is really Roman Castavet! So Roman Castavet/Steven Marcato is the son of Satanist Adrian Marcato. She confronts Guy and tells him about this but Guy refuses to listen. Guy knows she is right but cannot admit it as he too is a member of this Satanic cult. Rosemary goes to Dr. Hill played by Charles Grodin. Rosemary is terrified and alone and paranoid. There really is a conspiracy around her and its a Satanic conspiracy. It turns out the reason why the other woman committed suicide is because the Castavets originally chose her to be impregnated by the Devil. The Castavets seem friendly and kind on the surface but its only a ruse. Their kindness is phony and based on selfishness and based on their allegiance to Satan. They are kind only to gain the trust of the people whom they manipulate and deceive. They are actually very selfish self centered materialistic greedy and lustful people like everybody else in the squalid corrupt city of New York. Rosemary delivers the baby and fights to keep it. The Satanic coven has kidnapped it. She asks what happened to her baby and is told that it died. Rosemary doesnt believe them and she accuses them all of being witches including her husband Guy. Theres a harrying chase scene where her husband Guy and the Satanist doctor chase her throughout the apartment. They chase her in the elevator. Finally she comes upon the Satanic coven in their apartment. Guy is present and a painting of Adrian Marcato is shown. The coven are mostly old and middle aged. Her baby is in the crib. She looks at it and is horrified by its eyes. "What have you done to its eyes. You maniacs!"she screams. "Satan is his father not Guy"responds Roman. "His name is Adrian." Until now the coven kept its secret from Rosemary. Now they are revealing everything to her. Roman tells Rosemary she doesnt have to join his coven if she doesnt want to. He tells her to just be a mother to her baby as the other women in the coven are too old. Rosemary decides to be a mother to her half human/half Satanic baby and the film ends. God is weak silent or absent here as in real life. Rosemary reads that Satanists use blood and flesh in their sick rituals. A noteworthy scene is earlier in the story where a huge dresser or shelf is found in the Woodhouse apartment. It was put there earlier by a former tenant. The Castavets live right across the wall. A sequel Look Whats Happened to Rosemary's Baby shows Adrian/Andrew at ages 8 to 21 years old. Adrian/Andrew in this sequel wears mime makeup and dances to heavy metal music at a sleazy casino with a bunch of young people. His own face turns into a blobby sinister monster face during this scene. The Satanists lose control of him at the end of the movie. The original Rosemary's Baby is depressing and it shows the alienation in New York city. Aside from Hutch the only other friendly people are the Castavets and as I wrote before their kindness is phony self serving manipulative. The Castavets are just baiting Rosemary and Guy into their sinister plot and they succeed. Satan wins in the end as in real life. Its scary and depressing.


anonymous 3 years ago

Carrie is a horror movie based on the Stephen King novel. The 1976 version and the 2002 version are both well made and there is another remake for 2013. The 2002 version has more detail than the 1976 version. Carrie White lives with her Christian Fundamentalist fanatic mother who believes everything is a sin. Carrie has awesome telekinetic power. She is ridiculed at school because she wears plain clothing. When Carrie gets her first period in a school gym shower she naievely believes shes bleeding to death. The girls make fun of her and are punished by the gym teacher. One of the girls Chris Hargensen is kicked out of the prom because of this and decides to get even with Carrie with a monstrous joke with the help of her dirtbag boyfriend Billy Nolan. Susan Snell on the other hand wants to make amends with Carrie by telling her kind boyfriend Tommy Ross to take Carrie to the prom. The religious fanatic mother opposes this but Carrie's telekinetic power holds sway and she is unable to stop Carrie. When the religious fanatic mother witnesses Carrie's telekinetic power she scolds her "Witch. You have Satan's power." The mother believes Carrie is getting her telekinetic power straight from the Devil. Carrie tells her its not Satanic. Neither the book nor the movie version is clear about the origin of telekinesis. Its an unknown ability a few people possess. In real life people with telekinesis can move only light objects and dont have the awesome power which Carrie White has. Carrie meets Rommy Ross at the prom and the two are voted as prom king and queen. This is all the manipulation of someone's cruel joke. Chris Hargenson and Billy Nolan have slaughtered a pig and collected its blood in a bucket and plan on dumping the bucket of blood on Carrie as she takes center stage. They succeed in their cruel joke and the bucket knocks Tommy Ross unconscious. The crowd starts laughing. Carrie's anger and telekinetic power are unleashed. She causes water hoses and electrical circuits to go haywire. People are electrocuted and hosed with water. Carrie leaves the burning building with victims inside. The cruel evil couple Chris Hargensen and Billy Nolan try to run her over with their sports car bjt Carrie's awesome telekinetic power holds sway and hurls their car upside down. The car explodes. Carrie walks home to her mother who is convinced that the Devil has completely taken hold of Carrie. She stabs Carrie with a knife. With her telikinetic power Carrie throws knives and impales her mother to death. With her last act of telekinesis Carrie brings down the entire house. Carrie White's grave is shown and Sue Snell is one of the few survivors from the disastrous prom. In the final scene from the 1976 version Sue Snell has a nightmare where she is visiting Carrie's grave and a bloody hand from the ground reaches up and grabs her. Its not clear from the novel or from the movie whether or not Sue Snell was in on the cruel joke with Chris Hargensen and Billy Nolan. Did Sue Snell know beforehand about Carrie's prom being ruined? Was she in cahoots with Chris Hargensen and Billy Nolan? The 1976 version stars Sissy Spacek John Travolta Amy Irving Piper Laurie. One of the more disturbing scenes is when Carrie's religious fanatic mother drags her into a closet with a macabre looking figure of Jesus Christ. Chris Hargensen and Billy Nolan are cruel despicable evil. This movie is ultimately about alienation and human cruelty.


anonymous 3 years ago

The 1979 movie Tourist Trap stars Chuck Connors and is about telekinesis split personality mannequins which come to life and murder. Five young people on a trip have car trouble. The first victim is a young man who enters an abandoned gas station. He discovers that the place is full of mannequins and puppets which come to life and which laugh at him. An unseen presence hurls objects at him and he is soon impaled to death by a pipe. Meanwhile the remaining four get stuck as well. Car trouble once again. The three young women decide to swim in a pool nearby while the young man tries fixing his jeep. The young women are accosted by Mr. Slausen who invites the group at his Museum. Slausen seems like a friendly guy but looks can be deceiving. We discover later that Slausen has a brother named Davy who lives in one of the houses near the Museum. Slausen shows off his life like Mannequins. Its too real. It turns out that Slausen's mannequins are real human beings who he killed and these young people are his next victims. It also turns out that while Slausen does indeed have a brother the truth is he killed his brother. In short order a masked maniac accosts and terrorizes the young people and continues switching masks. The young people think that this is Slausen's insane brother Davy as Davy and Slausen are never around at the same time. In a chilling scene this masked maniac ties up his victims and pours plaster onto the face of one of his female victims and the girl dies of fright. When all but one victim is left the masked maniac or "Davey" takes off his mask and reveals himself to be Slausen! Slausen and Davey are one and the same. The remaining young woman struggles for her life and at the end she kills Slausen with an axe or knife. The final scene shows the young woman driving off in the jeep with her four zombie mannequin friends. The line between fantasy and reality is blurred. Slausen abducts people and kills them and makes living mannequins out of them and reveals he killed his brother Davey and his wife for adultery. Slausen also has telekinetic power like Carrie. Slausen has a bonafide Jekyll and Hyde personality. This movie is also similar to Psycho. Its sad watching a lonely old man. Alot of people are lonely. Slausen compensates his loneliness with his numerous mannequins.


anonymous 3 years ago

Action and adventure movies often interlap with horror movies and have elements of horror in them. Deliverance and Lord of the Flies are two examples. In Deliverance four businessmen go on a canoe trip in Georgia. They encounter a retarded boy and inbred mountain people. On one night after the men go rafting on a river they hear strange sounds in the woods. "Is it someone or something?" asks one of the men. The men are scared that some dangerous animal or some dangerous human is lurking nearby. The men are pitted against Nature and pitted against man. Drowning hypothermia heatstroke starvation dehydration injuries snakes scorpions spiders insects mosquitoes ticks drowning bears and criminals with guns knives and arrows are all the dangers that they face. Along the way two hillbillies attack two of the men. A homosexual rape takes place. Lewis arrives on the scene and kills one of the hillbillies with a bow and arrow. The other hillbilly runs off. Later on Lewis breaks his leg and Drew dies by an unknown cause. Either he drowned or he collided with a boulder or he had a heart attack or he was shot by a mountain man. Ed climbs a steep cliff and encounters another armed mountain man. Ed shoots and kills him. Is it the same mountain man they encountered earlier who ran off? Or is it another ruffian? Three deaths occur. When Lewis Ed and Bobby reach the town's police they are met with suspicion. Ed and Bobby deny about meeting and killing any mountain men. They feel that they would not get a fair trail from these mountain people even if they claimed self defense as these mountain people would find them guilty and hang them. The sheriff tells them to not come to his town again. The three remaining men go back to their homes and are scarred by the whole horrific experience. Man is a brute animal in Deliverance. In Lord of the Flies there are two movie versions. There's the original British 1963 version and the American 1990 version. In the 1990 version one of the boys kills a Chameleon a cute harmless lizard. Along with the evil Jack and Roger they kill a wild pig and cut off its head. Real animals were killed in this movie. Its cruel and offensive. It angers me and saddens me when innocent animals are injured or killed. After their plane lands on a deserted tropical island the group of boys soon turn into unruly barbarians. Well at least part of them do. Ralph Simon and Piggy are the good guys. Simon and Piggy are killed by the gang under Jack and Roger. Jack and Roger are evil immoral or amoral. The Lord of the Flies is the pig's head which they cut off and their evil bestial nature. Piggy is killed when one of the punks from Jack's gang pushes a big rock which lands on his head. Soon Ralph is mostly on his own and is running for his life. Ralph is saved when a soldier unexpectedly arrives on the scene. The soldier is shocked. "What are you guys doing?" There the story ends. Lord of the Flies illustrates the violence cruelty savagery and barbarism in human nature and in this case its young boys. Young boys are known to do cruel things and in a place with no adult supervision it can be chaos. The boys could have had a peaceful life on a lush tropical island with fruit trees but instead some of them chose to eat meat and to hunt. Violence cruelty and savagery within the group ruined any chance for a paradise. The Devil and evil wins in Lord of the Flies.


anonymous 3 years ago

The Amityville Horror is based on Jay Anson's novel and is based on haunting experience by the Lutz family in the winter of 1975-1976. It stars James Brolin and Rod Steiger. The Lutz family buy a house that was the scene of six murderer a year earlier. The wife experiences levitation and in the novel but not the movie she sees herself transform into a hideous wrinkled up hag in the mirror. The husband George Klutziest becomes cranky and is obsessed with chopping wood for the fireplace. Houseflies in the middle of a cold winter flourish in one room of the house and a window squashes the hand of one of their boys. The sound of a band was heard by the family members. The little girl has an invisible friend she calls Jodie. Jodie is an angel or demon who takes on the appearance of a pig. Objects in the house move and disappear. A month later the Lutz family moved out to tell their story. There are so many contradictions in what has been said and written that its impossible to know what to believe. The haunting could be a total hoax or a partial hoax. Some of it could be true. Some of it could be natural and not supernatural. Flies in the winter could be natural but according to the story this has demonic undertones. The Devil or demons are said to be able to manipulate insects to annoy people. Flies are one of the symbols for the Devil personifying filth death degeneration. Jodie the demon pig is claimed by some to be inspired by a neighbor's cat who before the Lutz family moved in used to come and climb up to the windowsill of the house and peek in. There's nothing demonic about it. On the other hand demons are said to be able to transform themselves into any shape. Both George and Cathy Lutz claimed they saw Jodie at one point. Jodie preferred to reveal itself to Missy the young daughter. Author Hans Holzer says its not a demonic haunting. According to Hans Holzer the house sits on top of an Indian burial ground and the haunting was caused by an angry Indian chief long dead who is telling the occupants of the house "Get off my land." The spirit of an angry Indian chief caused the haunting. Others claim that a Satanist named John Ketcham lived in the house a very long time ago and is to blame. Some claim that George Lutz maybe to blame by conducting a Satanic ritual in the house. George Lutz may have dabbled in Satanism and the dark occult. Anson's novel and the movie doesn't speculate on this. Jay Anson also wrote the novel 666 shortly before his death. Both George and Kathy Lutz have passed away but their three children are still living. Some believe the Amityville house is a gateway to hell as shown in the scene in the basement. Something very evil infiltrated that house. Early on in the movie a priest visiting the house was told by an unseen voice to get out and was struck by coughing fits and his wrist was injured by supernatural means. Its as if an invisible being struck him with an injury. Later on in the movie Rod Steiger as the priest is in Church and a piece of the church ceiling crumbles and falls on him and renders him blind. Evil exists visible and invisible.


anonymous 3 years ago

Centipede Horror is a southeast Asian horror movie about an infestation of venomous Centipedes. The large Scolopendra Centipedes are found all over the world and on many islands. These multilegged arthropods can grow up to a foot in length and have venomous fangs. The venom of some tropical species are unimaginably painful. The pain has been compared to a gunshot blast or broken bones or being set on fire. Serious sickness can also result. Human deaths are rare but the suffering and fear these creatures cause is enormous. Furthermore Centipedes are short tempered predatory fast moving and have flexible bodies enabling them to bite easily. Large Centipedes can kill and eat small vertebrates such as frogs lizards and mice. The scene in the movie Centipede Horror where live Centipedes come out of people's mouths is gross. How desperate were these actors in this movie that they would allow real live Centipedes to crawl on their bodies and inside their mouths? I wouldn't be surprised if any bites occurred. Wherever these animals are found most people are scared to come across them whether its a jungle or a forest or a desert or a garden or a hotel room or inside a house. The Asian species and the Solomon Island species and the South American species have the most agonizing bites resulting in days or weeks of suffering for any person who is unlucky enough to be bitten. Centipedes are one of the reasons I fear traveling. In the TV show Lost Tapes theres a segment where a couple was filmed on an unknown island in tropical America which has Centipedes 3 feet long. In one sequence two of these monsters are shown attacking a group of men. The couple disappeared and are believed to have fallen victims to these giant venomous Centipedes. A 3 foot Centipede can almost certainly kill a person. Centipedes are one of the reasons why my religious faith has weakened. A loving creator God would not create such horrors. I would expect something like this was created by the Devil or a demon.Centipedes are a prime example of Natural Evil or Physical Evil. I could not sleep if something like this was in my house or in my hotel room. Its a cruel creator or a cruel God who creates something as dangerous and as repellent as this. Im angry at God for either creating these horrible monsters or for allowing such horrible monsters to exist. Centipedes are just one example that illustrates that the Devil rules this world and not a loving God.


anonymous 3 years ago

The Fall of the House of Usher is a tale by Edgar Allan Poe. Poe feared premature burial and a premature burial takes place in this story. Two film versions exist for this: the 1960 version with Vincent Price and the 1980 version with Martin Landau. From the Middle Ages up to the 1800s and maybe even up to the 1900s an unknown number of people were buried alive in coffins vaults or crypts. Bomb shelters a hole in the ground tunnels refrigerators closets small attics small cellars crawlspaces the inside of a wall the inside of a chimney can act as a torture chamber and a death trap to the unlucky victim whos buried alive. Roderick Usher's house has an atmosphere of its own. The narrator visits Roderick who is suffering from depression agitation fear and paranoia. Roderick says his senses of sight hearing smell touch and taste are super sensitive. Roderick has clairvoyant powers. His sister Madeline has an unknown illness that might be epilepsy. Roderick and Madeline are the last of the Ushers. A curse is present in the Usher family. In the 1980 version with Martin Landau Roderick claims that sinsister Satanic rituals took place in the past in his house. Roderick says he dreads the future. Roderick sways his body back and forth which is a sign of serious mental illness. One source claims that Madeline was a vampire and the Usher family was cursed by vampirism. Whatever the case maybe its obvious that its been going on before Madeline and Roderick came along. Madeline and Roderick are the latest and the last victims of this family curse. The very house itself has a life of its own claims Roderick. Roderick would sit and stare into space for hours. Roderick Usher is one of the most mentally tormented characters in fiction. When Madeline appears to die Roderick and the narrator put her in the tomb. It turns out shes still alive and they buried her prematurely. Roderick senses this but does nothing. When Madeline breaks free from her coffin and crypt she confronts Roderick and strangles him to death. In the 1980 version with Marrin Landau she physically manhandles Roderick and the narrator. The narrator leaves the house as the house crumbles and is razed to the ground by a supernatural force. Martin Landau does a good job of acting. Questions remain. How did Madeline survive being locked inside a coffin? Being buried alive is horrific beyond imagining. Suffocation and claustrophobia. How did Madeline have the strength to break out of the coffin? It would take superhuman strength to do this. Vampires have superhuman strength so a good explanation is that shes a vampire. Roderick Usher suffers from many kinds of fears or phobias. It seems that Roderick Usher is a self portrait of the mentally tormented person who is Edgar Allan Poe. Roderick is one face of its author Poe. Because the world is a cruel dangerous frightening screwed up nightmarish place Roderick Usher lives in fear. Roderick Usher and the author who invented him are a reflection of a cruel horrible nightmarish world. As I wrote before the world itself is a horror and history is a horror movie and the Devil is directing it and ruling it. This story and this movie illustrates that Satan the Devil rules this world and not a loving God. Theres alot to fear and alot to worry about.


anonymous 3 years ago

The Serpent and the Rainbow is a movie based on a book by anthropologist Wade Davis and is s true story. Its about zombies and voodoo in Haiti. Wade Davis travels to Haiti to learn the secrets of how zombies are made. He discovers that a variety of different disgusting ingredients are used such as pufferfish poison to create lethargy in a victim. The voodoo sorcerer poisons a victim and induces a catatonic condition where the victim is rendered lethargic and his will and his memory are taken from him and he is made to slave away in the fields. To make it more heinous the victim is buried alive in a coffin and then dug up to do slavery work for the sorcerer. This is criminal cruelty. At the end of the movie Wade Davis is buried alive in a coffin and a live Tarantula is thrown with him. Zombies and voodoo are evil and Satanic. Haiti is a hellhole. Despite its natural beauty Haiti is cursed by scourges from Nature and from human beings. People have ruined it by deforestation massive poverty appalling pollution and lack of sanitation(the place is an open sewer) starvation unclean water Aids political corruption and the horrible rituals of voodoo and zombies. Nature has ruined Haiti with malaria hurricanes and venomous pests such as Centipedes Scorpions and spiders. Theres a very aggressive very large and venomous Tarantula in Haiti. Its very bad tempered and raises its huge fangs and bites at anyone or anything coming near it. Its bite is very painful and can cause sickness. The recent devastating earthquake in Haiti has made the place into a worse hellhole than before. A visit to Haiti or life in Haiti is like a horror movie. Its one of the worst places in the world.


anonymous 3 years ago

Spiders are prevalent in horror movies. Many spiders are venomous some are aggressive with people and many of them have a sinister appearance. Movies such as the 1955 Tarantula Arachnophobia Kingdom of the Spiders Earth vs the Spider Kiss of the Tarantula etc all show spiders as dangerous fearsome nightmarish pests. Spiders are super ancient. Tarantulas may have existed 405 million years ago in the Devonian period Paleozoic Era. This was before the Dinosaurs and long before Tyrannosaurus and long long before Mammoths Hominids and Modern Humans. Some kinds of Tarantulas have a very painful venom. They may not be able to kill a healthy human adult but they can kill a baby and they can kill small pets. The Orange Baboon Tarantula of Africa is super aggressive and its bite is one of the most painful venoms known to man. It is unimaginably painful. Its been described as having a hot electric iron on ones body or being set on fire. The Indian Ornamental Tarantulas can also cause agonizing pain said to feel like having a nail plunged into ones body and it can cause sickness such as nausea vomiting sweating muscular cramps and difficulty breathing. Tarantulas from the New World also have a painful bite and have the ability to fling their hairs to defend themselves. These hairs can cause serious irritation to the eyes nose and mouth and causes intense itching and rashes. Allergic reactions to Tarantula venom can be fatal. These large spiders kill and eat lizards snakes mice birds and all manner of insects by giving venomous bites. The very aggressive Goliath Tarantula of South America can measure 14 inches long and the fangs can penetrate through fingernails and the hairs can cause serious injury. In parts of South America and Africa rumours exist of giant Tarantula like spiders measuring from 3 to 5 feet long. The volume of venom from such monsters would be fatal and the awesome fangs from such monsters can penetrate a shoe. Such monsters could make a meal out of human babies pets and farm animals. It would be like being stabbed with two sharp knives armed with venom. Its a horrific fate. Its a horrific way to suffer and die. A loving God would not create nor allow such horrible monsters. These Devilish animals make the jungle an even more dangerous place. The movie Cosmic Monsters from 1958 shows monstrous sized spiders and other arthropods. This fictional movie isnt so fictional. There may really be man sized spiders living in the tropics.Its a scary dangerous world.


anonymous 3 years ago

Horror movies have scared people with a variety of scary dangerous animals. Spiders snakes sharks crocodiles octopus squid piranhas centipedes bears and lake monsters and sea monsters are all more or less horrifying. The 1972 Frogs starring Ray Milland shows the local wildlife in Florida waging war on humans. Willard and its sequel Ben are about sewer rats which go on a rampage. Dinosaurs and other extinct prehistoric monsters such as Plesiosaurs are also shown in nearly every movie as violent aggressive monsters. In jungles swamps lakes forests and rivers throughout Africa South America New Guinea and Indonesia live unidentified animals. Some of these maybe living Dinosaurs such as the Mokele-mbembe of the African Congo which is very dangerous. In Lake Victoria theres an unidentified animal or group of animals called the Lukwata. Said to be anywhere from 12 feet long to 100 feet long it makes bellowing roars and it attacks and kills people and any animal it can catch. Lukwatas kill and eat large Crocodiles in fights reminiscent of King Kong vs. Godzilla complete with roars which can be heard from afar. The European Sir Clement Hill saw a Lukwata decades ago as it tried to snatch a man from his boat. The Lukwata is believed by some to have supernatural powers. It could be either a fish or a snake or a dolphin or whale or a long neck such as Nessie. Whatever it is its extremely dangerous. If moviemakers knew of this creature they would have an ultimate monster to make horror movies with. These creatures are more fearsome than crocodiles and more fearsome than sharks and more fearsome than lions hippos and elephants. Africa has a zooful of unknown animals and nearly all of them are monstrous sized dangerous animals. The natural world is scary.


anonymous 3 years ago

The Italian made movie Salo-120 Days in Sodom is based on the sick writings of the Marquis de Sade and about the monstous crimes committed during World War 2. A bunch of rich bastards kidnap 18 teenagers or 9 boys and 9 girls and subject them to horrific abuse for 4 months or 120 days. Knowing how depraved human beings can be theres no doubt that some of this has happened. The teenagers are raped sodomized beaten and forced to eat human feces. What kind of sick mind makes something like this? And what kind of God allows something as disgusting as this? The Devil rules this screwed up world and not a loving God. Watching Salo-120 Days in Sodom illustrates what a dung heap this world is and illustrates that there is no limit to human depravity. Its a Devilish Satanic world.


anonymous 3 years ago

The semidocumentary Helter Skelter stars Steve Railsback as Charles Manson and produced in 1976. It shows the Manson Family in Southern California after the murders took place in the summer of 1969. Prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi is shown who wrote the book Helter Skelter. This version does not have such graphic violence and gore as other movies made about Charles Manson. So much has been written and said about Manson which are conflicting and contradictory that its impossible to know the truth. Its possible that Manson was a Satanist and its also possible that some of thise people who were murdered in 1969 were also Satanists. Charles Manson represents everything wrong with society such as illegitmacy unwanted pregnancy runaways drugs prostitution poverty homelessness societal apathy and alienation greed moneycenteredness materialism and corrupt brutal prisons. It also shows the tragic error of a God who has given us or rather who has MISGIVEN us free will. Look what free will has done. From burning buildings to school shootings to serial killers to the Holocaust to genocides to horrific carnage and pollution on roads and highways by motor vehicles is the price a suffering humanity is paying for our misgiven free will. Free will has ruined human nature and has ruined the creation and Charles Manson and his crimes and his tragic life is another example which proves that the Devil and evil rules this screwed up world and not a loving God.


anonymous 3 years ago

The original 1972 The Wickerman starring Cbristopher Lee and the 2006 remake starring Nicholas Cage are about Druids and sacrifices. The Druids are pagans whose religion entails sacrificing animals and people to placate their "Gods." Its a Nature religion concerning itself with reproduction and fertility. A great deal of female nudity and phallic symbolism is depicted in the original The Wickerman. The original was filmed in Scotland and the remake was made in Washington state. The original was concerned with harvesting apples and the remake is concerned with harvesting honey. The original movie was ruled by a man Lord Summerisle and the remake was ruled by a woman. The scenery in the original is stunning. A policeman is lured on a pagan island to find a missing girl named Rowan Morrison. He discovers the entire island is pagan. He discovers that animals and people are either sacrificed by being impaled or by being burned inside a wickerman figure. The people on the island toy with him. They lead him to believe that Rowan Morrison is going to be the next sacrifice. Near the end oc the movie its revealed that Rowan Morrison was just a bait or a decoy to get the policeman to this island. The pagan inhabitants really intend to sacrifice the policeman inside the Wickerman. They put him inside a 30 foot tall wickerman filled with live goats and set it on fire. He is burned alive. The pagan inhabitants think this sacrifice will ensure they have a bountiful apple crop for next season. Its ignorance and its cruelty. The Druids are barbaric. The policeman is a Christian. His Christian God would not save him from being burned alive. The movie tries to show the absurdities and the cruelties of religion. Theres some nice music in the original The Wickerman. People dress up in animal masks and costumes and the policeman disguises himself as Punch the hunchbacked fool. His disguise doesnt work. Real live animals were burned to death inside the wickerman which angers me and a dead rabbit is thrown around which angers me. The Druids are cruel to both animals and people. Violence carnage savagery debauchery perversions and stupidity is depicted. In the 1982 Halloween 3-Season of the Witch a Druid cult goes on a killing spree. Its also revealed in the later Halloween movie series that the evil slasher Michael Myers is a Druid or works for Druids. So he kills for pleasure and because hes a Druid. Druids are sick evil and Satanic as is the movie The Wickerman. The Wickerman is another example which illustrates that the Devil rules this screwed up world and not a loving God. Im disgusted by this movie. Its a sick horrible movie.


anonymous 3 years ago

The 1977 movie The Sentinel starring Cristina Raines, Burgess Meredith, Chris Sarandon, and Martin Balsam was actually filmed in 1976 and released in theaters in early 1977. Michael Winner directs it and its based on a novel by Jeffrey Konvitz. The plot is intriguing and the movie is well made with some effective scenes. John Carradine plays a hideous old blind priest who sits upstairs in an apartment guarding the doorway to hell. Cristina Raines plays a model and she learns later on in the film that she was chosen to become the next guardian or Sentinel. Her father dies early on in the movie. She has flashbacks of her father cavorting with naked prostitutes. She moves into the apartment where the blind priest lives. She meets a number of strange characters in the apartment such as an old man who keeps a parakeet and a cat, and two lesbians. Later on the old man has a birthday party for his cat and a whole bunch of odd looking people are shown. The problem is all these people have been dead years ago and there is no one living in the apartment with Cristina Raines except the blind priest who keeps to himself. All these people it turns out are the damned who have escaped or who have returned from hell. Cristina Raines has nightmares about her dead father and is disturbed when the chandeliers move above her. Someone on the above floor keeps pacing. She grabs a knife and discovers there really is an intruder. Its her dead father returned from the grave. She stabs him with a knife. Its gory. In another disturbing scene the cat is shown eating the parakeet. This scene makes me angry. They killed a real bird or allowed it to happen. The cat tolerated the parakeet before but in this scene it has killed the poor parakeet and is eating it. Yes this is Nature and this is what cats do but its sickening to see it. Im angry at the film makers for allowing this. This is cruelty to animals. A poor beautiful innocent animal was killed for a movie. The moviemakers should be thrown in jail for allowing this. It makes my blood boil in anger. Near the end of this disgusting immoral movie the boyfriend of Cristina Raines tries to strangle to old blind priest and he is stopped and killed by another priest. The boyfriend is revealed to have killed his former wife or girlfriend years earlier and now will have to be damned in hell for his sins. Next an entire assortment of deformed human freaks and monstrosities come out through the doorway of hell into the apartment and try to force Cristina Raines to commit suicide so she can join them as one of the damned. Just then the hideous old blind priest appears with a crucifix and drives all these people back into the entrance to hell. Cristina Raines becomes blinded and becomes the next Sentinel. The moviemakers used real actual deformed people and freaks in this movie as depicting the denizens of hell. Its disgusting and immoral. This is a disgusting immoral movie. Im angered by this movie.


anonymous 3 years ago

Author Mary Shelley's Frankenstein has been made into movies many times and in many versions. All too often the movie makers comcentrate on the horror aspects of the story. The Boris Karloff versions in the 1930's, Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein gave the monster a flat shaped head made popular in Halloween masks. While the novel version has the monster being able to speak fluently and even being able to read, the Boris Karloff version merely grunts. While the novel version has the monster saving a girl from drowning, the Boris Karloff movie version has the monster causing the death of a young girl by drowning. Its unintententional however as the monster is ignorant of the dangers of water and doesnt know that water drowns as no one has taught him anything about the world. The story is about the preservation of life in a world filled with death. Because the monster turns out physically ugly snd deformed, his creator, Dr. Frankenstein refuses to provide for his needs and almost every person mistreats the monster or runs away from the monster. The only person who treats the monster kindly is a blind old man named Delacey. Unfortunately Delacey's family refuses to accept the monster and the monster realizes he will forever be alone. The monster pleads with Dr. Frankenstein to make him a female companion. Dr. Frankenstein makes another monster but decides to destroy it fearing that the pair will breed. The monster terrorizes Dr. Frankenstein and kills those who are closest to him. Dr. Frankenstein vows to destroy the monster and chases the monster to the North Pole. This is unrealistic. Dr. Frankenstein dies from exhaustion and the monster disappears- his fate unknown. An explorer named Walton discovers and reports the story. The monster only wanted friendship kindness and love but was treated with cruelty. The real monster was Dr. Frankenstein and all those cruel stupid people who mistreated the monster. The morale is that if people are treated badly then they become bad themselves. "Misery made me a fiend," says the monster. The story also illustrates the suffering that results from physical ugliness. In Bride of Frankenstein a female monster is made and comes to life. When the female monster takes a look at the male monster she screams in fear. Of course it never works out. The monster knows that what he wants the most(a female companion) is what he will never have. How many lonely guys exist in real life who suffer from loneliness just because they are physically ugly? People are people. Human nature hasnt changed since Frankenstein was published in 1818. People continue to be cruel and suffering continues in a screwed up world ruled by the Devil.

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