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23rd Nov '16 6:02:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* Armand in [[TheVampireChronicles The Vampire Armand]].

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* Armand in [[TheVampireChronicles The Vampire Armand]].''Literature/TheVampireArmand''.
29th Oct '16 1:37:10 AM foxley
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* ''Series/JonathanCreek'': In "Satan's Chimney", an axe is used to break down the door of an actress's dressing room to reveal a LockedRoomMystery: the actress has been shot dead in an empty, locked with with the window closed and no hole in the glass. [[spoiler:The axe was part of the murder. The killer used a gun hidden in the handle of the axe to shoot her as he smashed in the door.]]
23rd Oct '16 12:00:07 AM BattleMaster
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* The TropeMaker and likely UrExample is 1921 Swedish silent film ''Körkarlen'' (''Film/ThePhantomCarriage''). The scene in ''Film/TheShining'' is a clear reference to this one, even if ''Film/TheShining'' is what every following ShoutOut is to.

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* The TropeMaker and likely UrExample is 1921 Swedish 1919 silent film ''Körkarlen'' (''Film/ThePhantomCarriage'').''Film/BrokenBlossoms'' by D.W. Griffith. Yes, the same guy who infamously produced ''Film/BirthOfANation1915''. The scene in ''Film/TheShining'' is a clear reference to this one, even if ''Film/TheShining'' is what every following ShoutOut is to.
30th Jul '16 10:30:20 PM AHI-3000
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' episode "The Return Of Stinkmeaner" has Tom, [[DemonicPossession possessed]] by the ghost of Stinkmeaner, parody the scene from ''Film/TheShining''.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' episode "The Return Of Stinkmeaner" has Tom, "Stinkmeaner Strikes Back", while Tom is [[DemonicPossession possessed]] by the ghost of Stinkmeaner, parody he parodies the famous scene from ''Film/TheShining''.''Film/TheShining'' by hacking down Robert's bathroom door with an ax.



* Take this UpToEleven and this is probably what happens when a smaller city is beiseged and the invading army decides to pull out a Battering Ram, with people hunkered up, cowering in their homes, hoping the gates will hold.

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* Take this UpToEleven and this is probably what happens when a smaller city is beiseged and the invading army decides to pull out a Battering Ram, battering ram, with people hunkered up, cowering in their homes, hoping the gates will hold.



* The Military however, goes for a "Breaching Tool", the layman's term for this advanced piece of hardware is [[DropTheHammer Sledgehammer]].
* SWAT teams tend to use a small one-man Battering Ram to break through doors.

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* The Military military however, goes for a "Breaching Tool", "breaching tool", the layman's term for this advanced piece of hardware is [[DropTheHammer Sledgehammer]].
sledgehammer]].
* SWAT teams tend to use a small one-man Battering Ram battering ram to break through doors.
22nd Jun '16 8:31:04 AM Diask
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Compare to ThereWasADoor for when somebody's so impatient, they just break through the ''wall'' instead of the door. Or ShootOutTheLock, when resort to guns instead.

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Compare to ThereWasADoor for when somebody's so impatient, they just break through the ''wall'' instead of the door. Or ShootOutTheLock, when they resort to guns instead.
22nd Jun '16 8:29:33 AM Diask
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Compare to ThereWasADoor for when somebody's so impatient, they just break through the ''wall'' instead of the door.

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Compare to ThereWasADoor for when somebody's so impatient, they just break through the ''wall'' instead of the door.
door. Or ShootOutTheLock, when resort to guns instead.



** In [[Film/{{Halloween 2007}} the remake]], he likes this trope so much he even bursts through ''solid walls''.

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** In [[Film/{{Halloween 2007}} [[Film/Halloween2007 the remake]], he likes this trope so much he even bursts through ''solid walls''.



* Done in the ''{{Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps}}'' episode "When Janet Killed Johnny!" as a ShoutOut to ''Film/TheShining".

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* Done in the ''{{Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps}}'' ''Series/TwoPintsOfLagerAndAPacketOfCrisps'' episode "When Janet Killed Johnny!" as a ShoutOut to ''Film/TheShining".



* A ShoutOut to ''Film/TheShining'' happens in {{Pink}}'s music video for "Please Don't Leave Me".

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* A ShoutOut to ''Film/TheShining'' happens in {{Pink}}'s Music/{{Pink}}'s music video for "Please Don't Leave Me".



* ''AlanWake'' has a direct reference to ''The Shining'' when Stucky slams an axe through the door Alan just ran through.
* This is the main use for the axe in ''MitadakeHigh''. It's also the loudest sound in the game.

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* ''AlanWake'' ''VideoGame/AlanWake'' has a direct reference to ''The Shining'' when Stucky slams an axe through the door Alan just ran through.
* This is the main use for the axe in ''MitadakeHigh''.''VideoGame/MitadakeHigh''. It's also the loudest sound in the game.


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* Axes in ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'' are a quick way to break down wooden doors, though they cannot be locked so it's easier and quicker to just open them (breaking them down is only useful for relocating them). ''Iron'' doors, on the other hand, need a pickaxe to break through unless you can find a way to power them with [[{{Unobtanium}} redstone]].
21st May '16 9:55:42 AM Doug86
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-->'''Homer: ''' [[DavidLetterman Daaaaavid Letterman!]]

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-->'''Homer: ''' [[DavidLetterman [[Creator/DavidLetterman Daaaaavid Letterman!]]
23rd Apr '16 5:04:06 AM YZQ
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* Take this UpToEleven and this is probably what happens when a smaller city is beiseged and the invading army decides to pull out a Battering Ram, with people hunkered up, cowering in their homes, hoping the gates while hold.

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* Take this UpToEleven and this is probably what happens when a smaller city is beiseged and the invading army decides to pull out a Battering Ram, with people hunkered up, cowering in their homes, hoping the gates while will hold.
6th Mar '16 4:56:56 PM stuffedninja
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[[caption-width-right:330: Jack Nicholson, putting the 'Ax' in 'AxCrazy.']]

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[[caption-width-right:330: Jack Nicholson, Creator/JackNicholson, putting the 'Ax' in 'AxCrazy.']]
19th Feb '16 8:22:09 AM Inediblecake
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* ''Manga/OutlawStar'': Melfina shoots down Harry's requests to "go with him" and locks the door of the ship. Harry's pretty unstable and doesn't take it well. He bangs incessantly on the door but Melfina ignore his cries to let him in. Cue Harry shoving his fist through the door, and wrapping it around the throat of a surprised Melfina effectively pinning her in place and chocking her for a few moments. He releases her and opens the locks in a quick fashion, much to Melfina's horror.

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* ''Manga/OutlawStar'': Melfina shoots down Harry's requests to "go with him" and locks the door of the ship. Harry's pretty unstable and doesn't take it well. He bangs incessantly on the door but Melfina ignore his cries to let him in. Cue Harry shoving his fist through the door, and wrapping it around the throat of a surprised Melfina effectively pinning her in place and chocking choking her for a few moments. He releases her and opens the locks in a quick fashion, much to Melfina's horror.
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