What's great about movie deaths is that they're....well movie deaths, it's fictional. No one really dies, in fact deaths in movies are extremely exaggerated. Explosions are bigger, knives are sharper, and bullets are more powerful. In in this example, garage doors are pretty damn strong. In this scene from the original Scream, Tatum Riley goes out to the garage to get some more beer for the party. After encountering the killer she scuffles with him then tries to escape through the cat flap in the garage door. Bad move, her ass is so big she can fuckin' fit ! So the scream guy flicks the garage door switch and her head gets crushed by the roof. Great scene, extremely exaggerated but great. The garage door wouldn't support her weight and her head probably wouldn't make a loud squish noise after caving in, but who cares! Movies are made for our enjoyment and real life is pretty boring compared to it. We want to see limbs fly and heads explode, but not in real life. That's why we love movies, because we can escape to a fantasy world where heads are easily chopped off and the chicks are all hot. So sit back and enjoy some movie deaths.