History Film / BehindTheMaskTheRiseOfLeslieVernon

4th Apr '16 8:43:44 AM HighCrate
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* HeyItsThatGuy: [[TheWalkingDead Herschel]] used to be a serial killer.
14th Feb '16 6:06:55 PM worldbreaker
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* DoingInTheWizard: While horror icons like Freddy,Jason, and Meyers exist the movie indicates that they're regular human beings instead of supernatural slashers of their respective franchises.
8th Feb '16 8:05:10 AM Eddy1215
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* Fanservice: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]] and [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]], like everything else. When Leslie is going over the plan for the climactic "teen party" scene, there's an extreme close-up of one of the teen's bare breasts. The image actually pauses, while Taylor asks "Isn't that a little gratuitous?" Leslie simply replies, completely deadpan, "Who's telling this story, you or me?"

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* Fanservice: {{Fanservice}}: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]] and [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]], like everything else. When Leslie is going over the plan for the climactic "teen party" scene, there's an extreme close-up of one of the teen's bare breasts. The image actually pauses, while Taylor asks "Isn't that a little gratuitous?" Leslie simply replies, completely deadpan, "Who's telling this story, you or me?"
27th Oct '15 8:31:00 AM ErikModi
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* Handwave: Practically used in-universe. In a deleted scene, Eugene recounts the ways in which he'd been "killed" in his "career," including ''decapitation,'' among others. When asked how he survived, he says something about "meditation techniques" and "homeopathic remedies." There's a ''homeopathic remedy'' for ''having your freaking head cut off?!?''

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* Handwave: HandWave: Practically used in-universe. In a deleted scene, Eugene recounts the ways in which he'd been "killed" in his "career," including ''decapitation,'' among others. When asked how he survived, he says something about "meditation techniques" and "homeopathic remedies." There's a ''homeopathic remedy'' for ''having your freaking head cut off?!?''
27th Oct '15 8:30:16 AM ErikModi
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* HeyItsThatGuy: [[TheWalkingDead Herschel]] used to be a serial killer.
27th Oct '15 8:20:54 AM ErikModi
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* Fanservice: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]] and [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]], like everything else. When Leslie is going over the plan for the climactic "teen party" scene, there's an extreme close-up of one of the teen's bare breasts. The image actually pauses, while Taylor asks "Isn't that a little gratuitous?" Leslie simply replies, completely deadpan, "Who's telling this story, you or me?"
27th Oct '15 8:17:07 AM ErikModi
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* Handwave: Practically used in-universe. In a deleted scene, Eugene recounts the ways in which he'd been "killed" in his "career," including ''decapitation,'' among others. When asked how he survived, he says something about "meditation techniques" and "homeopathic remedies." There's a ''homeopathic remedy'' for ''having your freaking head cut off?!?''
27th Oct '15 8:14:09 AM ErikModi
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* MenacingStroll: Explained in a deleted scene. The killer runs while the victim isn't looking and slows to a power walk when the victim turns around.

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* MenacingStroll: Explained in a deleted scene. The killer runs while the victim isn't looking and slows to a power walk when the victim turns around. Even implies that the "tripped while running away from evil cliche" is due to the victim's increasing panic as the killer draws steadily closer while (apparently) moving no faster than a SlowWalk.
18th Oct '15 4:48:50 PM Lyner
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* PhallicWeapon: Leslie is quite specific about this, making sure that his FinalGirl will end up having to face him with a long, hard weapon that is easily equitable with a penis, as a demonstration of her taking his male power away and symbolically killing him with his own penis.
23rd Aug '15 8:00:15 PM nombretomado
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* {{Determinator}}: Doc Halloran, Leslie's "[[MobyDick Ahab]]".

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* {{Determinator}}: Doc Halloran, Leslie's "[[MobyDick "[[Literature/MobyDick Ahab]]".
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