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21st May '16 5:19:06 PM erforce
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* Louis Tully in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' got [[RedEyesTakeWarning glowy eyes]] after being possessed by Vinz Clortho, Keymaster of Gozer.

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Louis Tully in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'' got [[RedEyesTakeWarning glowy eyes]] after being possessed by Vinz Clortho, Keymaster of Gozer.



* In the film adaptation of ''Film/{{Dune}}'', the entire Freman race has glowing blue eyes, as a side-effect of their addiction to [[AppliedPhlebotinum the Spice.]] In the [[Franchise/{{Dune}} original novels]], however, it was simply altered pigmentation, and they're eyes were just a weird kind of blue.

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* In the film adaptation of ''Film/{{Dune}}'', the entire Freman race has glowing blue eyes, as a side-effect of their addiction to [[AppliedPhlebotinum the Spice.]] In the [[Franchise/{{Dune}} [[Literature/{{Dune}} original novels]], however, it was simply altered pigmentation, and they're eyes were just a weird kind of blue.
18th May '16 3:05:52 AM GigaHand
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* Kuro from ''OriAndTheBlindForest'' sports these. [[spoiler:During a flashback to her StartOfDarkness, you can see what sparked the pure hatred that made them start glowing like that.]]
16th May '16 2:03:16 PM celticwhisper
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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' uses this to denote amped-up versions of regular baddies you encounter throughout the game ([[NintendoHard not that the "regular" baddies are any walk in the park either]]). Generally you can expect red-eyed enemies to move faster, hit harder, have more health and be more resistant to stun-lock than their generic counterparts. [[OhCrap And then there are the bosses whose eyes start to glow midway through the fight...]]

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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' uses this in a rare combination with RedEyesTakeWarning to denote amped-up versions of regular baddies you encounter throughout the game ([[NintendoHard not that the "regular" baddies are any walk in the park either]]). either]]). Here, the eyes are both red and glowing and you'd best look lively. Generally you can expect red-eyed enemies to move faster, hit harder, have more health and be more resistant to stun-lock than their generic counterparts. [[OhCrap And then there are the bosses whose eyes start to glow midway through the fight...]]
16th May '16 1:54:11 PM celticwhisper
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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' uses this to denote amped-up versions of regular baddies you encounter throughout the game ([[NintendoHard not that the "regular" baddies are any walk in the park either]]). Generally you can expect red-eyed enemies to move faster, hit harder, have more health and be more resistant to stun-lock than their generic counterparts. [[OhCrap And then there are the bosses whose eyes start to glow midway through the fight...]]
14th May '16 6:57:01 PM WillKeaton
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* Human!Mor'du in Disney's [[{Disney/Brave}]]

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* Human!Mor'du in Disney's [[{Disney/Brave}]]''[[{{Disney/Brave}} Brave]].''
30th Apr '16 3:48:10 AM Norkas
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** Despite what fanart would lead you to believe however, you only ever get to see it twice, during his opening attack [[spoiler:and his final attack.]]
27th Apr '16 7:41:35 AM ChronoLegion
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** The Goa'uld do this for intimidation, as well as involuntarily when taking on a new host or dying. Slightly subverted in the fact that the Tok'ra, the good alien cousins of the Goa'uld, also show off their glowing eyes. But they usually nod before, and that's an indication that the symbiont is going to talk, not the host.

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** The Goa'uld do this for intimidation, as well as involuntarily when taking on a new host or dying. Slightly subverted in the fact that the Tok'ra, the good alien cousins of the Goa'uld, also show off their glowing eyes. But they usually nod before, and that's an indication that the symbiont is going to talk, not the host. The glowing is usually accompanied by a characteristic sound.
26th Apr '16 12:24:18 AM JonnyB
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* Ra in ''Film/{{Stargate}}'' has eyes that glow, especially when he is angry. This was adopted by the TV series adaptation.
* In ''Film/TaiChiZero'', once, when Lu Chan is hit on his horn and his powers manifest, his eyes glow white.
25th Apr '16 6:00:38 AM Tron80
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* ''Fanfic/ThousandShinji'': After discovering what SEELE had done to his and his family’s mothers, Shinji was so incredibly furious that “his eyes were actually crackling with blue lambent light" due to the massive amount of energy that he was channeling.
20th Apr '16 5:04:50 PM Nulono
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* Human!Mor'du in Disney's [[{Disney/Brave}]]
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