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Some pretty good ones from my teenage slasher favorites.
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"Scanners" or "The Thing" should've been #1.

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That was pretty awesome and gruesome at the same time. Pretty good if zombie gore is your thing. I always preferred the more inventive death scenes like in A Nightmare on Elm Street, or the Rube Goldberg-esque contrived killings of the Final Destination series. The scene where the guy is strangled in the bathroom is pretty hard to watch.

Here's a scene that was probably too obscure to make their list, from a Japanese movie called Audition:


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I actually got farther through that list than I thought I would, but after the splinter went through the chick's eye, I said "OK, I'm done." Some pretty inventive death scenes there, but I was reminded why I don't like horror flicks at all.

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Considering that in the book, that scene was cast as the kind of desperate comfort sex people have when they're grieving, I sure didn't expect it to be rewritten as an outright rape.
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