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Exorcism of Emily Rose

Postby Syn » Sun Sep 11, 2005 6:12 am

I saw it a couple of nights ago, It wasn't that bad really. Some actual scary scenes and makes you think on religion a bit. (oh noes?)
Some parts were kinda tedious and boring (beginning of the story), and alot was like watching court Tv.

Eh, 8.5/10

There's one scene that really gets to me, but you'd have to see it to know what I'm talking about.
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Postby Goofy-Goober » Sun Sep 11, 2005 6:19 am

Don't really wanna see it cause a few of my friends said it was pretty boring/unscary. Then again I'm pretty easy to scare.

Meh, maybe I'll see it.
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Postby Guitar_clock » Sun Sep 11, 2005 6:41 am

The silent chick and her friend saw it

They had to leave because the friend was crying.

So I wanna see it.

P.S. Why haven't religion-haters talked about possessions yet¿

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Postby stormbringer » Sun Sep 11, 2005 7:14 am

isn't it funny how people pay upwards of 6 bucks to feel a negative emotion? and then you go into the movie theater that's in the middle of town, and you're surrounded by people...how the hell do you get scared in a theater? and why are you paying to get scared? the unsolved questions of humanity. then around halloween time we have these haunted house places that open up everywhere like "satans asshole" and "McHell" for controlled scaring, and people go in groups of 4 or more...making it less scary, therefore, you are hindering the emotion you paid for. i mean, go to one of those by yourself, i bet that'd mess you up, and you'd get really scared.

and i do the very same thing that i question, weird aye?
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Postby Guitar_clock » Sun Sep 11, 2005 7:17 am

Why do people ride roller coasters or go to haunted houses...

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Postby Viléém » Sun Sep 11, 2005 8:57 am

i'll go see that one when (IF) it comes to Estonia.
some movies just pass by, without ever coming to Estonia (Conspiracy) >.<
last scary movie i saw was "dark water", the actress is great, but i think i liked the original version better

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Postby HeckBilly » Sun Sep 11, 2005 10:02 am

stormbringer wrote:isn't it funny how people pay upwards of 6 bucks to feel a negative emotion? and then you go into the movie theater that's in the middle of town, and you're surrounded by people...how the hell do you get scared in a theater? and why are you paying to get scared? the unsolved questions of humanity. then around halloween time we have these haunted house places that open up everywhere like "satans asshole" and "McHell" for controlled scaring, and people go in groups of 4 or more...making it less scary, therefore, you are hindering the emotion you paid for. i mean, go to one of those by yourself, i bet that'd mess you up, and you'd get really scared.

and i do the very same thing that i question, weird aye?


I only watch horror movies for the blood n' guts. I'm so primitive.

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Postby Spaced Ape » Sun Sep 11, 2005 3:43 pm

I don't watch horror movies. They are teh boring.

But yah, possesion = mental illness

And even if it was religious, that doesn't mean that it proves christianity right. It could mean those witch-doctors in Libya are right.
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Postby Viléém » Sun Sep 11, 2005 5:13 pm

i believe that a person can be possessed by a spirit.

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Postby Guitar_clock » Sun Sep 11, 2005 7:05 pm

Darklire wrote:I don't watch horror movies. They are teh boring.

But yah, possesion = mental illness

And even if it was religious, that doesn't mean that it proves christianity right. It could mean those witch-doctors in Libya are right.
Christianity doesn't believe that ghosts exist ironically

But my priest has done 3 exorcisms in his career.

So you're saying that a mental illness can be cured by an exorcism¿

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Postby Spaced Ape » Mon Sep 12, 2005 1:00 am

Actually yes. Because if the brain thinks it's broken and you give it something that thinks it is fixing it, it will correct itself.
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Postby Guitar_clock » Mon Sep 12, 2005 1:08 am

oh. yay.

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Postby Abstrakt » Mon Sep 12, 2005 2:14 am

Darklire wrote:Actually yes. Because if the brain thinks it's broken and you give it something that thinks it is fixing it, it will correct itself.
It's not just the brain either, its your body as well. I once read of a medical test where 20 or so patients of the same illness were given meds. Half of the patients were given real medicine for their illness, and the other 10 were given empty pills. The patients who were given false pills almost recovered as well and quick as ones with meds. Pretty interesting, no?
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Postby Guitar_clock » Mon Sep 12, 2005 2:20 am

It certainly wasn't AIDS.

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Postby Spaced Ape » Mon Sep 12, 2005 2:25 am

A lot of times we just make ourselves sick. Dunno why though, prolly stress.
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Postby Syn » Mon Sep 12, 2005 8:22 am

It was argued -thoroughly- in the movie whether it was a mental illness or the cause of an actual demon while in court.

It may not be the scariest thing I've seen, and may contain some boring, tedious parts..but worth seeing at least once.
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Postby Guitar_clock » Mon Sep 12, 2005 8:33 pm

The scariest thing I ever saw, in my personal opinion, was when I found out I was holding a lit cherry bomb instead of a smoke bomb when I was very young.

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Postby Spaced Ape » Wed Sep 14, 2005 12:04 am

I'm going to the local place of scare (wtf is it called!?) called the Nightmare Factory this halloweeny. It will prolly scare the pants of me. I'm very very jumpy, I almost broke a guy's arm once at my elementery school's haunted house thingy. (You had to crawl through something and an arm grabbed you, but I grabbed back, scurried away, and kicked real hard).
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Postby Guitar_clock » Wed Sep 14, 2005 12:30 am

A haunted house¿

I can't ever take those things seriously unless it's a very old building. Even then it's gotta be dark and silent, and only a little if not completely uninhabited.

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Postby Spaced Ape » Wed Sep 14, 2005 12:35 am

I'm easily scared and highly violent when in such a state.

Ever heard of "Fight or Flight"? I fight because I'm too slow to run. So now I'm kinda stuck with it.
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Postby Guitar_clock » Wed Sep 14, 2005 12:43 am

When I'm running to protect myself, I could beat an olympic sprinter.

DOESN'T MAKE ME A COWARD, I ONLY DID IT ONCE WHEN I WAS 10 AND THE DUDE HAD A TRUCK.

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Postby Spaced Ape » Wed Sep 14, 2005 1:27 am

It's not cowardice, it's survival.
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Postby Guitar_clock » Wed Sep 14, 2005 1:50 am

I'm afraid that if i get violent that I'll seriously damage the person. Because if we get into a fight I don't want him to get back up again and give him a chance to try wailing me again, so i'd end up making sure he was down :|

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Postby Goofy-Goober » Wed Sep 14, 2005 11:07 pm

Darklire wrote:I'm easily scared and highly violent when in such a state.

Ever heard of "Fight or Flight"? I fight because I'm too slow to run. So now I'm kinda stuck with it.

"The cornered animal fights twice as hard."

Besides, the bravest people are the people who chose to resolve their terms rather than come to blows over something petty.
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Postby Spaced Ape » Thu Sep 15, 2005 2:40 am

If you slam on their kneecaps a couple times with a blunt object (like say, you're feet) it should make them have trouble getting up, or at most running after you.
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