Sister Jennifer wrote:More recently there's a morgue scene in Let The Right One In that scared the be-jesus out of me.
Sister Jennifer wrote:Gruesome -There's were parts in the Thomas Harris/Hannibal Lector books that had me thinking, you've got to be kidding. They were very good esp. Silence of the Lambs but I'd never read them again.
Paranye wrote:Oh man yes! The thing with the guy and his face and... urgh.
Stephen King has had his moments too, in pretty much all his books. Cheesy as some of them are, he has a way with imagery.
raptornx01 wrote:the worst one, and probably the worst scene i've read ever, is toward the end of the first 6 book series. let me put it this way. having 9 lives is great, assuming what took your first life away is fixed before you are brought back.
Sister Jennifer wrote:Quatermass there's so many disturbing bits in Let The Right One In but I'd still highly recommend it. Maybe not to Twilight fans but what say you?
The clocking sound was speeding up. A fast walk, a trot, a jog, run, sprint, and Bobby Terry got all the way around, too late, he was coming, Flagg was coming like some terrible horror monster out of the scariest picture ever made. The dark man's cheeks were flushed with jolly colour, his eyes were twinkling with happy good fellowship, and a hungry voracious grin stretched over his lips over huge tombstone teeth, shark teeth, and his hands were held out in front of him, and there were shiny black crowfeathers fluttering from his hair.
No, Bobby Terry tried to say, but nothing came out.
'HEY, BOBBY TERRY, YOU SCROOOOWED IT UP!' the dark man bellowed, and fell upon the hapless Bobby Terry.
There were worse things than crucifxion.
There were teeth.
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