History Film / DeadGirl

17th Jul '16 2:55:06 AM BronyoftheOctaves
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* JerkAss: Aside from Rickie and Wheeler (somewhat) and a few of the adults that ''do appear'', '''everyone'''. J.T borderlines sociopathy with the ''first'' thought he has when finding the [=Deadgirl=] to bang it, the bottom mentioned JerkJocks, and even [[spoiler: Rickie's love interest, Joann, who seems to find his interest in her as an nuance and seems to treat him with great distaste despite defending him repeatedly]].

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* JerkAss: Aside from Rickie and Wheeler (somewhat) and a few of the adults that ''do appear'', '''everyone'''. J.T borderlines sociopathy with the ''first'' thought he has when finding the [=Deadgirl=] to bang it, the bottom mentioned JerkJocks, {{Jerk Jock}}s, and even [[spoiler: Rickie's love interest, Joann, who seems to find his interest in her as an nuance and seems to treat him with great distaste despite defending him repeatedly]].
17th Jul '16 2:54:27 AM BronyoftheOctaves
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** [[spoiler: Rickie considering nothing ever goes his way and his love interest seems to show annoyance at his crush on her]].



* TheDogBitesBack: [[spoiler: [[=Deadgirl=] does this to Wheeler and J.T upon being freed]].



* JerkJock: Johnny and Dwyer

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* JerkAss: Aside from Rickie and Wheeler (somewhat) and a few of the adults that ''do appear'', '''everyone'''. J.T borderlines sociopathy with the ''first'' thought he has when finding the [=Deadgirl=] to bang it, the bottom mentioned JerkJocks, and even [[spoiler: Rickie's love interest, Joann, who seems to find his interest in her as an nuance and seems to treat him with great distaste despite defending him repeatedly]].
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JerkJock: Johnny and DwyerDwyer.
17th Jul '16 2:48:31 AM BronyoftheOctaves
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* TooDumbToLive: It seems like every little decision Rickie makes causes everything to take a turn for the worst

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* TooDumbToLive: It seems like every little decision Rickie makes causes everything to take a turn for the worstworst.
** [[spoiler: Wheeler as well when he tries to cop a feel on Joann, resulting with an enraged Rickie cutting his hand off]].


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* [[spoiler: UngratefulBastard: Joann shows ''no flat out'' thanks to Rickie for saving her, assuming ''he'' and his "friends" kidnapped her. Even when Rickie recuperates his feelings to her again, she bluntly (and ''dying'' mind you) to "[[KickTheDog Fucking grow up]]". This results in Rickie's lil FaceHeelTurn into turning her into another [=Deadgirl=]]].
31st Oct '15 8:55:44 PM drac0blade
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* RightForTheWrongReasons: There are some very good reasons why Deadgirl should never be released, but J.T.'s reasons for doing so are nothing short of deplorable. Likewise, by wanting to free her, Rickie at shows his heart's in the right place.

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* RightForTheWrongReasons: There are some very good reasons why Deadgirl should never be released, but J.T.'s reasons for doing so are nothing short of deplorable. Likewise, by wanting to free her, Rickie at least shows his heart's in the right place.
24th May '15 6:18:38 PM JulietF2
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The next day J.T. reveals something even more shocking: the girl apparently cannot die, as evidenced by J.T.'s failed attempts and strangling and even shooting her to death. The knowledge that the girl is undead only further emboldens the boy to use her for his twisted desires, and he even starts bringing other classmates to the hospital to join in. Knowing that they must be stopped, Rickie resolves to free the dead girl by any means necessary... even if he has to kill his former best friend to do it.

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The next day J.T. reveals something even more shocking: the girl apparently cannot die, as evidenced by J.T.'s failed attempts and at strangling and even shooting her to death. The knowledge that the girl is undead only further emboldens the boy to use her for his twisted desires, and he even starts bringing other classmates to the hospital to join in. Knowing that they must be stopped, Rickie resolves to free the dead girl by any means necessary... even if he has to kill his former best friend to do it.
11th May '15 4:00:33 AM erforce
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** The sequel script demonstrates that she does eat her kills, or at least one. It also demonstrates [[spoiler: that like ''NightOfTheLivingDead'', the Deadgirl-turned zombies and possibly Deadgirl herself are virtually unkillable: neither complete dismemberment or even ''complete bodily destruction'' (via a wood chipper) kills them; the mess of flesh slurry on the ground just keeps wriggling 'like a mass of bloody maggots'.]]

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** The sequel script demonstrates that she does eat her kills, or at least one. It also demonstrates [[spoiler: that like ''NightOfTheLivingDead'', ''Film/NightOfTheLivingDead1968'', the Deadgirl-turned zombies and possibly Deadgirl herself are virtually unkillable: neither complete dismemberment or even ''complete bodily destruction'' (via a wood chipper) kills them; the mess of flesh slurry on the ground just keeps wriggling 'like a mass of bloody maggots'.]]
2nd Apr '15 3:55:06 AM CornwindEvilman
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** The sequel script demonstrates that she does eat her kills, or at least one. It also demonstrates [[spoiler: that like NightOfTheLivingDead, the Deadgirl-turned zombies and possibly Deadgirl herself are virtually unkillable: neither completely dismemberment or even ''complete bodily destruction'' (via a wood chipper) kills them; the mess of flesh slurry on the ground just keeps wriggling 'like a mass of bloody maggots'.]]

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** The sequel script demonstrates that she does eat her kills, or at least one. It also demonstrates [[spoiler: that like NightOfTheLivingDead, ''NightOfTheLivingDead'', the Deadgirl-turned zombies and possibly Deadgirl herself are virtually unkillable: neither completely complete dismemberment or even ''complete bodily destruction'' (via a wood chipper) kills them; the mess of flesh slurry on the ground just keeps wriggling 'like a mass of bloody maggots'.]]
2nd Apr '15 3:54:07 AM CornwindEvilman
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** The sequel script demonstrates that she does eat her kills, or at least one. It also demonstrates [[spoiler: that like NightOfTheLivingDead, the Deadgirl-turned zombies and possibly Deadgirl herself are virtually unkillable: neither completely dismemberment or even ''complete bodily destruction'' (via a wood chipper) kills them; the mess of flesh slurry on the ground just keeps wriggling 'like a mass of bloody maggots'.]]
21st Oct '14 1:49:19 PM barretxiii
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Not to be confused with ''Film/TheDeadGirl'', a 2006 murder mystery.
2nd Oct '14 3:21:30 PM Black_Diesel
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