I'm just going to leave this here.........Shark Attack 3: Megalodon just did a facepalm
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Sunday, June 28, 2009
While attempting to blow up a bridge against an impending German attack, Miller is fatally wounded by a German soldier he let go earlier. He takes his last stand against a Tiger I tank, but is saved by the "angels on our shoulders." As he dies he tells Ryan to earn his sacrifice.
Saturday, June 27, 2009
Things get hot and heavy when Xenia Onatopp(Famke Janssen) locks her legs around a Canadian Navy admiral and crushes his chest between her thighs. All while receiving sexual satisfaction. I guess you can say.... he "came" and went at the same time... oh yeah, I'll be here all week.
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Friday, June 26, 2009
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
It doesn't bother me that something I loved as a child has become a popular bastardized version of itself. What bothers me is that the new generation will never fully understand what made Transformers so iconic and why the live action films will never come close to the greatness of G1. We all had our favorite heroes and villains that we grew to love, but how can we now when our favorite robots don't have personalities? The new films aren't even about the Transformers, they're about special effects. The Transformers don't resemble themselves, they're incredibly shallow and simple. And since when did humans get this much face time in any of the Transformers series? The Transformers bread and butter has always been the interaction between the Autobots and Decepticons, who gives a fuck about the American military in a Transformers movie? Thank goodness for the 1986 animated film Transformers: The Movie, sure it was a marketing ploy to push the toys, but it was a marketing ploy with emotion god dammit. We cared about Optimus and we hated Hot Rod for what he did, we had actual feelings towards the characters, now all we care about is Megan Fox and CGI explosions. Sad.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Ripley, carrying the alien Queen growing inside her, makes the ultimate sacrifice by throwing herself into a gigantic furnace. As she falls, the queen bursts out of her chest, but Ripley grabs the creature and holds on to it as she falls into the fire.
Monday, June 22, 2009
Fredo knew what was coming the moment his nephew canceled the fishing trip at the last minute and Michael’s henchman filled in. But he went anyway and all you hear is a gunshot that echos all the way to the boathouse.
Sunday, June 21, 2009
After fooling all the natives of Kafiristan into thinking he was a god, Danny(Sean Connery) is forced to walk to the middle of a rope bridge over a deep gorge. The ropes supporting it are cut as he bravely sings the hymn "The Son of God Goes Forth to War." Danny falls to his death and the natives realize Daniel is just a human after all.
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Ujio, one of the most dedicated, loyal and fierce samurai gets hassled by a couple of japanese citizens. Ujio tries to be nice; you can insult a samurai's Kamishimo, but don't ever poke it with stick.
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Liz gets into a car in an attempt to escape, but Mick announces himself with a sinister chuckle and stabs her through the driver's seat with a large bowie knife. She attempts to defend herself with a pen knife, but he proceeds to cut off some of her fingers and finishes her off by severing her spinal cord, what Mick calls "a head on a stick."
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Classic scene where Lieutenant Colonel Nicholson(Alec Guinness) falls on the detonator plunger as he dies, just in time to blow up the bridge and send a train full of Japanese soldiers and important officials hurtling into the river.
Monday, June 15, 2009
Sometimes the best horror is what your mind sees and not your eyes. The same goes for movie deaths, an off-screen death can be just as effective if not more than seeing it happen. Take this scene from Let The Right One In for example, little Oskar is a 12-year-old-boy who is constantly bullied at school. He befriends a mysterious child, Eli, who turns out to be a vampire. The moral of the story is...don't fuck with a vampire's best friend.
Sunday, June 14, 2009
After being wounded and left for dead by Staff Sergeant Barnes(Tom Berenger). Elias(Willem Dafoe) emerges from the jungle, running from a large group of NVA soldiers. Thinking that Sgt. Elias Grodin had already been killed in action, the platoon can only watch from the chopper as he is shot repeatedly by Viet Cong troops.
The famous scene depicting Elias with his hands in the air is a recreation of a 1968 photograph by Art Greenspon
I'm not usually for posting non-human death scenes, but this is one for the books. The Terminator sacrifices himself, asking Sarah to lower him into a vat of molten steel so that his technology cannot be used to create Skynet.
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Friday, June 12, 2009
The scene that relaunched the disaster movie genre. Independence Day was at the forefront of the large-scale disaster film resurgence of the 90s. The film used miniatures and in-camera special effects more often than CGI to create a scene that would've even made the late great Irwin Allen proud.
Thursday, June 11, 2009
König(Ed Harris) goes to inspect the body he just shot, but belatedly realizes that he has fallen into a trap. Put into a checkmate position, he pauses, removes his field cap and faces Vassili(Jude Law) before being shot down.
A remake of the 1987 film of the same name, Man on Fire is a revenge flick that celebrates torture without remorse. In the film, Creasy(Denzel Washington) tortures several "La Hermandad" members, forcing them to reveal the names of the people involved in the kidnapping of little Pita. In this scene he catches one of the kidnappers, straps him to the hood of a car and sticks C4 up his rectum. After he gets what he needs from the scumbag, Creasy walks away. "A last wish, please," begs Fuentes. "I wish you had more time," responds Creasy. And cue explosion.
Man On Fire Death
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
There is rule that after every epic fight scene, there should be a great death scene. Well, if it isn't a rule, it should be. Take this scene from Rambo III for example, after an epic fight between Rambo and Russian soldier Kourov, Rambo wraps a rope around Kourov’s neck, pulls the pin on one of his grenades, and roundhouse kicks him down a hole.
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Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Mason Verger has Lecter kidnapped and brought to his ranch to be served up as pig slop. But Lecter escapes and persuades Verger’s disgruntled man servant to push his boss into the pen and blame it on him. The hogs surround Verger and he is eaten alive by the herd of vicious pigs.
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Saturday, June 6, 2009
Poor Phil has to relive Groundhog Day over and over again. When he's had enough, he kidnaps Punxsutawney Phil and after a long police chase, drives off a cliff. However, Phil wakes up the next "day" without a scratch. He then tries to kill himself by every means possible, including electrocution by toaster, walking out in traffic, and jumping off a building. But Phil finds himself back at the start of February 2nd every time.
Friday, June 5, 2009
Looks like in this edition of the Final Destination series we have deaths by escalator, car wash, and flying car parts. All in the glory of 3-D. I assume the acting will be Oscar worthy and the script to.....ah, who are we kidding, Movie Deaths!
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
In the climax of the 1995 film Johnny Mnemonic, Johnny and bad guy Shinji are dangling from a cargo net high above the water. During the struggle, Johnny manages to grab Shinji's laser whip and wrap it around his head. The laser slices through his neck, sending Shinji and his head into the waters below.
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Dalton(Patrick Swayze) takes on bad-guy Brad Wesley's bodyguard Jimmy(Marshall Teague) in the 1989 film Roadhouse. After a long kickboxing match between the two Jimmy pulls out a gun, at which point Dalton grabs his throat and rips out his esophagus.
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