Thursday, April 17, 2008

Thursday's Ways Not To Die


Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)

This scene scarred me when I was young.
The... the poor lil' shoe!
That sad squeaking noise it makes!
Horrors. RIP Squeaky Shoe.


Previous Ways Not To Die: Critter Balled -- Stuff'd -- A Hot-Air Balloon Ride... Straight To Hell!!! -- Puppy Betrayal -- High-Heeled By A Girlfriend Impersonator -- Flip-Top Beheaded -- Because I'm Too Goddamned Beautiful To Live -- By Choosing... Poorly... -- Fried Alive Due To Baby Ingenuity -- A Good Old-Fashioned Tentacle Smothering -- Eepa! Eepa! -- Gremlins Ate My Stairlift -- An Icicle Thru The Eye -- Face Carved Off By Ghost Doctor After Lesbian Tryst With Zombie Women -- Electrocuted By Fallen Power-Lines -- A Mouthful Of Flare -- Taken By The TV Lady -- Bitten By A Zombie -- Eaten By Your Mattress -- Stuffed To Splitting -- Face Stuck In Liquid Nitrogen -- Crushed By Crumbling Church Debris -- Bitten By The Jaws Of Life -- A Machete To The Crotch -- Showering With A Chain-Saw -- In A Room Filled With Razor Wire -- Pod People'd With Your Dog -- Force-Fed Art -- Skinned By A Witch -- Beaten With An Oar -- Curbed -- Cape Malfunction -- In The Corner -- Cooked In A Tanning Bed -- Diced -- Punched Through The Head -- Bugs Sucking On Your Head


RJ said...

Oh my god! Most disturbing scene ever! No one has ever scared me like Christopher Lloyd at the end of that movie.

PIPER said...

Damn that shit is nasty. That little squeeky boot didn't do anything to deserve that nastiness.

To see such cartoon brutality in a so-called family movie makes me want to vomit all over myself, take a shower and then vomit all over myself again.

Jason Adams said...

rj - Judge Doom is TERRIFYING. When... his eyes.... they go all... yellow! And his voice! All high-pitched! Nightmares!

piper - Your puke is always so poetic.

zooplah said...

That was one of my favorite movies as a kid. It wasn't until I was an adult that I learned, from the Internet, that a lot of people were scared by it. It never occurred to me that it could be remotely scary.