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Post by giles edwards » Mon Jul 27, 2009 2:51 pm

I used to keep a book of my favourite horror deaths when I was a teenager; my own little Book Of The Dead....


Fly II: lift-meets-slow-security-guard's-head

Revenge Of The Radio Active Reporter - toxic piss in the hot tub

Night Of The Demons - razor apples

The Bite: J Eddie Peck's head popping back and his neck opening up as a mammoth python and a horde of baby snakes scurry out

Society: Billy Warlock turning his nemesis inside out

Four Flies On Grey Velvet: the killer's exquisitely slo-motion comeuppance

Wrong Turn 2: opening kill

Hatchet: the awesome revolve around Mrs Permatteo on her knees as Crowley goes through her head

Friday 13th Part VII: The New Blood: Sleeping. Bag. Death.

A Nightmare On Elm Street Part 3: Dream Warriors: Phillip's puppet walk





This would have been SUCH an awesome event. Roll on next year's mayhem!
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Post by streetrw » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:03 pm

giles edwards wrote:Friday 13th Part VII: The New Blood: Sleeping. Bag. Death.
I believe it's in "Bruno Mattei"'s Rats: Night Of Terror, where a girl gets into a sleeping bag unaware that it also contains hungry flesh-eating rats.

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Post by Grindhouse » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:04 pm

Movie deaths of a different kind that tug at the heart strings

Jon voight as Billy in The Champ,champ wake up champ wake up cries his son TJ

Mij The Otter in ring of bright water 1969,killed by a bastard for not looking & thinking it was a rat.

Kes killed by Jud

The dogs that die in where the red fern grows,this will have you in tears i kid you not.

Titanic 1997
the death of jack dawson and passing as he slips under the water.
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Post by Grindhouse » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:10 pm

The best sleeping bag death has to go to the mutant bear in Prophecy 1979 and its a PG rating too,cute kids n family sleeping in the woods along comes momma bear and wraps kids in sleeping bag around a tree.
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Post by Notts Pete » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:38 pm

Grindhouse wrote:Movie deaths of a different kind that tug at the heart strings

Jon voight as Billy in The Champ,champ wake up champ wake up cries his son TJ

Mij The Otter in ring of bright water 1969,killed by a bastard for not looking & thinking it was a rat.

Kes killed by Jud

The dogs that die in where the red fern grows,this will have you in tears i kid you not.

Titanic 1997
the death of jack dawson and passing as he slips under the water.
Dammit Grindy, why'd you have to mention those?! That's me upset for the rest of the afternoon!! Honestly though, I secreted bodily fluids to all but one of thoese films - not saying which one didn't move me though.
Thank goodness you didn't mention Watership Down/Plague Dogs. Ooh, Bugger... :cry:
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Post by Notts Pete » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:40 pm

Grindhouse wrote:The best sleeping bag death has to go to the mutant bear in Prophecy 1979 and its a PG rating too,cute kids n family sleeping in the woods along comes momma bear and wraps kids in sleeping bag around a tree.
Yeah, yeah! That mutant bear in Prophecy ruled! The stuffing really flew in that sequence :)
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Post by Hello Doris! » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:40 pm

Grindhouse wrote:Titanic 1997
the death of jack dawson and passing as he slips under the water.
i laughed at that when I saw it in the cinema :lol:

Another non gory death that is good (if you can call them that) is when Bambi's mum dies (cry like a little girl each time I see that film)
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Post by Grindhouse » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:49 pm

Probably the only death caused by ramming your fist down someones throat can be found in the backwoods slasher movie Just Before Dawn overweight chubby killer meets death by girls fist down throat,now thats a handjob and deep throat all in one.
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Post by Notts Pete » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:51 pm

Hello Doris! wrote:
Grindhouse wrote:Titanic 1997
the death of jack dawson and passing as he slips under the water.
i laughed at that when I saw it in the cinema :lol:

Another non gory death that is good (if you can call them that) is when Bambi's mum dies (cry like a little girl each time I see that film)
Now Bambi? What's with the women on here today, trying to upset all us sensitive blokes? :wink:

In our younger days, me and Gav went on a double-date with two young ladies to see My Girl. We both cracked up when Macauly Culkin got stung to death. We never saw either girl again. :shock:
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Post by streetrw » Mon Jul 27, 2009 4:27 pm

The evil slimy bad guy in Anacondas: Hunt For The Blood Orchid. Paralysed by a spider bite and then falls into a pit of snakes. Hahaha.

Or: John Cassavetes at the end of The Fury. Boom.
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Post by Hello Doris! » Mon Jul 27, 2009 4:30 pm

Notts Pete wrote:
Hello Doris! wrote:
Grindhouse wrote:Titanic 1997
the death of jack dawson and passing as he slips under the water.
i laughed at that when I saw it in the cinema :lol:

Another non gory death that is good (if you can call them that) is when Bambi's mum dies (cry like a little girl each time I see that film)
Now Bambi? What's with the women on here today, trying to upset all us sensitive blokes? :wink:

In our younger days, me and Gav went on a double-date with two young ladies to see My Girl. We both cracked up when Macauly Culkin got stung to death. We never saw either girl again. :shock:
Are you sure it wasn't down to film choice rather than the laughing at the death of MC? :lol:
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Post by Grindhouse » Mon Jul 27, 2009 5:22 pm

The Burning has a body count worthy of any list of best deaths,but for me its the scissors scene in the belly of the hooker,that makes me feel a bit queasy.
Friday the 13th part 6 the girls face pushed into the side of the camper van.just one of many highlights from the series of films.
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Post by AndyJWS » Mon Jul 27, 2009 8:57 pm

The opening kill in Cube is ace in my opnion...

Channard in Hellraiser II (as Frank in the first film has already been said)

And favourite non-horror - Milo in The Last Boy Scout (possibly followed by Cyrus in Con Air)
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Post by ghouldrool » Mon Jul 27, 2009 9:58 pm

Buzzaw getting a chainy between the balls in Running Man.

Bennett losing some steam in Commando

Major Grant getting intimate with a jet engine in Die Harder

Ron Perlman in Blade 2

Han in Enter the Dragon

We would be here all day if we included Bond movies but special mention must go to Anthony Zerbe releasing some pressure in License to Kill

Steve Pemberton in League of Gentlemens Apocalypse.

the hick ex boyfriend getting his head squeezed so his eye pops towards camera in Friday 13th 3D
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Post by DavieT » Mon Jul 27, 2009 10:17 pm

In no particular order

Dont Look Now - stabbed by the dwarf

Cube - slice n dice

Wicker Man (original) - burned alive

Hannibal - Ray Liotta being fed his own brain

Alien - Chestburster (and the real looks of terror on the faces of the cast as Ridley Scott didnt tell them what was going to happen)

Robocop - Ed 209 in the boardroom

Hellraiser - Frank gets torn to pieces by dozens of hooked chains

Omen (original) - David Warner's decapitation

House of Wax - Paris Hilton on her knees and impaled in the head with a pole ( could call that one a public service ;))

Dead Zone - the sheriff kills himself by falling mouthhfirst onto an open pair of scissors

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