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(Washington Times)   Reviewer: Sam Raimi's new Evil Dead is going out in wide release with an R rating is an example of just how far our society has gone off the rails and come to accept bloodletting as entertainment. DO YOU EVEN REMEMBER THE EIGHTIES?   (washingtontimes.com) divider line 102
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2013-04-09 05:41:16 PM

Galileo's Daughter: Do we as a society accept bloodletting as entertainment?  No, but a subset of the population does (c/f the Saw, Friday the 13th, and Hostel franchises).  Let them watch their movies, and we'll all go see Jurassic Park in 3D.


Dinosaurs eating people is okay, but God help you if there is blood!
 
2013-04-10 03:50:33 PM

scottydoesntknow: moonage daydream: Same with Child's Play.

Child's Play farking terrified me as a kid. To the point where I told my uncle I hated him and would never speak to him again after giving me it on VHS as a joke Christmas present. I didn't even want the video near me.

Now I think it's funny, but yea, I had an irrational fear of that damn doll.


Your uncle too? He was babysitting me one night and put it on. I was terrified for years of Chucky. Then one day when I was like, 15 I sat with a bunch of friends and watched it and realized exactly how cheesey (and shiatty) of a movie it was. My mom and grandma always went on about how terrifying the Exorcist was and how one of my grandmother's sisters fainted in the theater when she saw it. Again, finally watched it when I was a teenager and all I could do was laugh at a little girl throwing up and cursing out a priest.
 
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