With hindsight it seems pretty obvious that this murder scene is being played for laughs, but it sure doesn't play that way as it happens. The next day, she heads to school with Brenda and Buffy and discover that Drew Decker was murdered the previous night. Bobby however, talks about having real sex with Cindy but somehow Cindy objects but at the end they did have sex at the end of the day. Yes, it's a second sequel to one of the best horror movies ever made, but ask a seasoned horror fan about it and they'll undoubtedly mention the "nurse in the hallway" sequence, which is so simple and scary. Exorcist III is a little uneven, but it offers a few nice jolts in addition to the classic hallway bit, which is more than you can say for Exorcist II.
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Or maybe the chest. It's a really nifty sequence, truth be told, but it's also the best scene in the movie. Cindy and George gradually develop a relationship. The Burning This tacky little Friday the 13th knock-off has a few interesting names in the cast Jason Alexander! She also learns that Ray Wilkins is now attending school with her, but she wants nothing to do with him. Let's see how many of them made our list. Hostel: Part 2 The Hostel trilogy boasts a wide array of upsetting death scenes, but there's something bleakly fascinating about the blood-bathed "Bathory" sequence from Hostel: Part II that really gets under my skin.
Buddy was was a friend of Cindy at college, but he very obviously wanted to be her boyfriend, although his motives are almost entirely sexual. Stay Jonathan Radford Mead. She matures from a clueless teenager to a much tougher and motherly woman, although she still displays levels of unintelligent or tactlessness at times.
Horror this gruesome may not be for all tastes, but if you can appreciate the wildness of makeup artist Rob Bottin's icky creations, you won't find a much more entertaining sequence of blood, gore, and freakish mayhem. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Got a few in your head? Saw It's tough to pick just one crazy kill from a franchise that made its name on this sort of cinematic insanity, but for my money it's the "reverse bear trap stuck to a woman's face" sequence that sums up the playful nastiness of the first film's appeal. Lucio Fulci's zombie classic has memorable moments to spare shark vs. Watch next red head babes pics