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8th Oct '17 12:41:48 PM LavonPapillon1
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* One of the defining characteristics of the [[StringyHairedGhostGirl Saeki Family]] from the ''Film/{{Juon}}'' franchise (and its American incarnation ''Film/TheGrudge'') is that they contort themselves as they move, moving their limbs in unnatural ways as they walk on all fours (sometimes on the walls and ceiling).


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* As ghosts, Chen Family in ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryRoanoke'' crawl on all fours in impossible ways not unlike the Saeki Family from the ''Film/{{Juon}}'' franchise.
11th Sep '17 1:20:10 AM RandomUser74
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* In the PC version of Harry Potter and Philosopher's Stone [[spoiler: Professor Quirrell does this so Voldemort can see Harry face to face]].
11th Aug '17 9:02:12 PM MorphinBrony
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** In the same show (and [[Franchise/MyLittlePony metaseries]]), constant to a small degree up with the eponymous ponies, who are depicted with a ([[DependingOnTheWriter somewhat transient]]) humanlike forelimb rotational range and gripping ability(!), complete with bends at what would, in humans, be the highly mobile wrists, something physiologically located at another place entirely on a horse or pony's leg. None of it is at all odd or out-of-place-looking for the primates watching, but any equine viewers would be terribly confused and creeped out.

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** In the same show (and [[Franchise/MyLittlePony metaseries]]), constant to a small degree up with the eponymous ponies, who are depicted with a ([[DependingOnTheWriter somewhat transient]]) humanlike forelimb rotational range and gripping ability(!), complete with bends at what would, in humans, be the highly mobile wrists, something physiologically located at another place entirely on a horse or pony's leg. None of it is at all odd or out-of-place-looking for the primates watching, but any equine viewers (or any viewer with any knowledge of equine anatomy, for that matter) would be terribly confused and creeped out.
10th Jul '17 9:32:52 AM Sharlee
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* In the opening scene of ''Film/HardcoreHenry'', when Henry's cybernetic parts are being installed and tested, his newly-attached foot and shin can be seen spinning around and around, almost as if it's screwing itself into place on his stump.
28th Jun '17 3:20:19 PM StFan
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* In ''{{Disney/Pinocchio}}'', the titular characters rotates his body with his head still in place.

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* In ''{{Disney/Pinocchio}}'', ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'', the titular characters character rotates his body with his head still in place.



* The TX from Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines can rotate her head, arms and legs 360 degrees.

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* The TX from Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines'' can rotate her head, arms and legs 360 degrees.



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22nd Jun '17 6:15:52 PM Willbyr
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* The DC SuperVillain Ragdoll completely revolves around this. He's triple-jointed, meaning that he can bend any of his body parts to any position he wants. His youngest son, the Secret Six's Ragdoll, was born with normal joints. Daddy Doll didn't take to kindly to this, and had all of his joints replaced with omnidirectional ball and sockets, so he bend in every possible, and even some impossible ways. It helps that he has the [[WordOfGod stated]] superpower of superfast surgical recovery...

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* The DC SuperVillain Ragdoll completely revolves around this. He's triple-jointed, meaning that he can bend any of his body parts to any position he wants. His youngest son, the Secret Six's ComicBook/SecretSix's Ragdoll, was born with normal joints. Daddy Doll didn't take to kindly to this, and had all of his joints replaced with omnidirectional ball and sockets, so he bend in every possible, and even some impossible ways. It helps that he has the [[WordOfGod stated]] superpower of superfast surgical recovery...
22nd Jun '17 6:10:33 PM Willbyr
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9th Jun '17 11:30:41 AM TomS98
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** Based on trailers, DeuxExMankindDivided looks like it will take this up to 11!

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** Based on trailers, DeuxExMankindDivided DeusExMankindDivided looks like it will take this up to 11!
27th Mar '17 5:27:38 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' has Shortstuff (Experiment 297) who can rotate his upper body[[spoiler:--which becomes a part of his one true place of being a ride in a carnival]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries''
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has Shortstuff (Experiment 297) who can rotate his upper body[[spoiler:--which becomes a part of his one true place of being a ride in a carnival]].carnival]].
** In "Holio", Pleakley becomes so dedicated to yoga that he ends up in most strange poses.
17th Mar '17 12:00:09 PM erforce
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* Used in the 2000 horror game Koudelka, the first in the series that would become ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts''. Basically, a man named Patrick resorts to using black magic to bring back his dead love, Ellaine. As is typical with most grief-based resurrections, said love is brought back as a soulless MonsterFromBeyondTheVeil with the image of an angel. When the team of heroes first meet her, she emerges gooey from a demonic flower and then proceedes to hop onto the ceiling and crabwalk across the ceiling. Even after being shot down from the ceiling, the monster gets right back up (complete with bones breaking and limbs contorting to an almost hose-like consistency) and chases after the heroes, still in her crabwalk pose. This, combined with the primitive graphics and the fact she never changes her facial expression beyond DissonantSerenity puts this squarely on UncannyValley: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6_eDb75BoA

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* Used in the 2000 1999 horror game Koudelka, ''VideoGame/{{Koudelka}}'', the first in the series that would become ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts''. Basically, a man named Patrick resorts to using black magic to bring back his dead love, Ellaine. As is typical with most grief-based resurrections, said love is brought back as a soulless MonsterFromBeyondTheVeil with the image of an angel. When the team of heroes first meet her, she emerges gooey from a demonic flower and then proceedes to hop onto the ceiling and crabwalk across the ceiling. Even after being shot down from the ceiling, the monster gets right back up (complete with bones breaking and limbs contorting to an almost hose-like consistency) and chases after the heroes, still in her crabwalk pose. This, combined with the primitive graphics and the fact she never changes her facial expression beyond DissonantSerenity puts this squarely on UncannyValley: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6_eDb75BoA
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