First off, let me apologize for my absence. I've been working on a new website...wait for it....PLUG (the website is dead now) and Shmoogle Adsense has forced me to remove their ads from here. The passion for Greatest Movie Deaths is still there, but as you can imagine it's not what it used to be. But we shall press on! There's still Great Movie Deaths that need to be seen!
Our first entry into the Wood Chipper Movie Death Hall of Fame goes to the 1992 film Stepfather III. It's the worst film of the trilogy, but it just might have the best death scene of the three. You may remember the first Stepfather film starred Terry O'Quinn, who played John Locke on the TV series Lost. Terry O'Quinn actually was great in the role in the original Stepfather. The sequels on the other hand.... well let's just say they deserve the same fate as our victim here.
In this scene little Andy is being chased through plant nursery by his evil stepfather. When the stepfather climbs a ladder to look for him, Andy knocks him off it and into a wood chipper. The guy's hamburger meat right? Nope, he pops out of the wood chipper and almost drags Andy in. But mom comes just in time to pull Andy out of the bad guy's grasp before he's chewed up(very violently I may add) and splattered against the wall.
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