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A parody trailer, ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VDvgL58h_Y The Horribly Slow Murderer With the Extremely Inefficient Weapon]]'' pokes fun at the horror genre, particularly the so-called "TorturePorn" movies like ''{{Saw}}'' and ''{{Hostel}}'' which focus on, well, see the title. It stars Paul Clemens as a man who is suddenly attacked by a supernatural being (Brian Rohan) for a (possibly imagined) slight against the Powers That Be. This attack is made with a normal spoon, the bowl struck sharply against the target's body, and is seldom ceased. The victim is sent spiraling past the brink of insanity from the constant flogging, and resorts to continually, and comedically, extreme lengths to get rid of his tormentor, all ending in failure, and in some cases even backfiring immensely.

After the immense success of the original parody trailer, The Horribly Slow Murderer With the Extremely Inefficient Weapon (abbreviated HSMWEIW) has become a Website/YouTube series, including an "Ask Jack" featuring an interview with the victim an interactive adventure, and a new mini-series called "Ginosaji Vs. Ginosaji".

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!!This work provides examples of:

* AllJustADream: [[spoiler: [[StarWars Spoon Wars]]]]. Even in his dreams, Jack can't fight off the Ginosagi.
* [[AHandfulForAnEye A Mouthful For An Eye]]: In Spoon Wars, Jack impales the Ginosagi with a lightsaber. The Ginosagi then spits a mouthful of black blood into Jack's eyes, blinding him.
* [[CutHisHeartOutWithASpoon Beat Him With a Spoon]]: TheMovie no less
* [[spoiler:TheBadGuyWins]]
* BeatThemAtTheirOwnGame: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9-faa56l-s In this follow up.]] [[spoiler: It [[GoneHorriblyWrong doesn't work out]] for Jack.]]
* BigEater: Jack. Explained [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UH2_CjPS2NE here]].
* BilingualBonus: The victim in the story is Jack Cucchiaio. The murderer is called the Ginosaji. "Cucchiaio" and "Gin no saji" are Italian and Japanese, respectively, for "spoon" and "silver spoon".
* BlackBlood: The Ginosaji gets stabbed in the throat by a knife and there's black blood on the blade.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: At the end of the ''Kick Him in the Crotch'' interactive video, Jack's vomit repeatedly covers up the superimposed Try Again image. The narrator replaces the graphic each time, only for it to [[NauseaFuel get covered in vomit]] again.
* CherryTapping: It's hard to imagine a less effective and more humiliating way to kill somebody.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Jack will die by being hit by a spoon... eventually. And it's definitely cruel.
** Especially cruel since the Ginosaji actually prevents Jack from killing himself at different points in the trailer. Not only will the killer eventually kill Jack, he will not allow him any opportunity to cheat the Ginosaji of delivering the death blow.
* [[DeathOfAThousandCuts Death Of A Billion Strikes By A Spoon]]: The Ginosaji does this to Jack.
* TheDeterminator: The Ginosaji will not stop. Ever. The dark energies animating his body will not allow rest... neither for him, nor Jack.
* DrivenToSuicide: Jack tries to shoot himself at one point. The Ginosaji knocks the gun out of his hand.
* [[DualWielding Dual Spooning]]: In the sequel, [[spoiler:Jack gets a spoon to fight against the swatter and he winds up losing the spoon to him]].
* EpicMovie: "A major motion picture event, twelve years in the making, filmed on five continents, with a running time of ''[[EndingFatigue over nine hours]]''."
* EvenEvilHasStandards: At least to the extent that even the Ginosaji seems to visibly cringe when Jack saws through his own crotch. Not that it changed anything in the end.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin
* [[spoiler:FaceHeelTurn: Jack decides to "become" a Ginosaji to stop the torment. [[HilarityEnsues It doesn't work. At all.]]]]
* FunWithAcronyms: Chaotic Rampage American Pictures.
* GoneHorriblyWrong: In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", the [[spoiler:"Wear Protective Clothing" option backfires on Jack since the noise from his helmet being whacked with a spoon drives him to madness. It's so horrible that he ''begs'' the Ginosaji to go back to beating the rest of his body. The Ginosaji, realizing the helmet beating is more effective torture, ignores him and even puts the helmet back on Jack when he tries to take it off.]]
* GroinAttack: Inverted, as the Ginosaji throws the spoon at Jack, armed with a buzzsaw... and winds up making him cutting his testes off.
** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure" if the "Wear Protective Clothing" option is picked, the Ginosaji hits Jack in the groin before he can put on his cup. If the "Kick him in the Crotch" option is picked, [[spoiler:it [[{{Squick}} backfires horribly]].]]
* HopeSpot:
** At the end of the original film, [[spoiler:the spoon breaks, but the Ginosaji has a dozen more under his coat]].
** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", picking the Giant Magnet option will lead to this. The magnet actually works and stops the Ginosaji from using his spoons [[spoiler:until he pulls out a ''wooden'' spoon. To Jack's dismay, being beaten with a big wooden spoon is even more painful than being hit with a small metal one.[[note]]Arguably, though, it's the best possible ending, since it at least gives Jack a moment of hope and a break from the spoon.[[/note]]]]
* ImmortalAssassin: See below.
* ImplacableMan: The spoon-wielding murderer takes a knife to the throat, gunshots, and [[spoiler:two explosions]] without any harm done.
* InformedAbility: Jack is supposedly a forensic pathologist. We never get to see him at work.
* InTheHood: The Ginosagi.
* InteractiveNarrator: In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", getting Jack to give the Ginosaji a hug requires some persistent encouragement from the narrator.
* LongTitle: Just read the title! Also a GoryDeadlyOverkillTitleOfFatalDeath.
* MundaneMadeAwesome:
** Jack arms himself with all types of guns to beat a villain wielding only a spoon. [[spoiler:AND THE VILLAIN WINS!]]
** Another scene that would qualify is that, [[spoiler:when the Ginosaji's spoon finally breaks, he backs off for a moment, then ominously opens his hoodie to reveal that his shirt has a dozen more spoons hanging from it. WordOfGod confirms that the Ginosaji has an infinite number of spoons hanging from it.]]
* OhCrap: The ending of the original.
* OnceIsNotEnough: Jack shot the Ginosaji down. The Ginosaji simply continued to hit Jack's hand with a spoon.
* OutOfTheInferno: The Ginosaji did this [[spoiler:after Jack tried to blow him up with a lot of TNT]].
* OverlyLongGag: The Ginosaji will hit you with a spoon again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again... Well, you get the picture.
** The Interactive Adventure also becomes this if you don't make a choice.
* PoliceAreUseless: Somewhat justified, as the movie suggests Jack is never able to get any solid enough evidence for Police assistance, and even if he did they probably couldn't do anything.
* RealTrailerFakeMovie
* ScratchDamage: The spoon is more irritating than actually harmful, but over the course of 10 years does some serious damage.
* ShoutOut: ''Film/{{Psycho}}'', complete with being DeliberatelyMonochrome.
* TheSlowWalk: Subverted. The Ginosaji actually runs if Jack runs.
* SternChase
* [[ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks Throwing Your Spoon Always Works]]:
** A rare instance where the villain uses this trope.
** Twice; he used it again in Spoon Wars. And it was ''epic.''
* SuperPersistentPredator: The Ginosaji never stops.
* UglyGuyHotWife
* UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny: Jack ends up traveling the galaxy to find something to kill the Ginosaji. He ends up finding a [[StarWars lightsaber]]. [[spoiler:[[FailureIsTheOnlyOption It doesn't work.]] And it was AllJustADream anyway. Poor Jack]].
* WhatTheHellPlayer: If no choice is selected during "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", the narrator and Jack call out the viewers on enjoying Jack's torment when all they have to do to help him is to push a button. [[spoiler:Not that it matters, since FailureIsTheOnlyOption.]]
* YouCantFightFate: See CruelAndUnusualDeath
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A parody trailer, ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VDvgL58h_Y The Horribly Slow Murderer With the Extremely Inefficient Weapon]]'' pokes fun at the horror genre, particularly the so-called "TorturePorn" movies like ''{{Saw}}'' and ''{{Hostel}}'' which focus on, well, see the title. It stars Paul Clemens as a man who is suddenly attacked by a supernatural being (Brian Rohan) for a (possibly imagined) slight against the Powers That Be. This attack is made with a normal spoon, the bowl struck sharply against the target's body, and is seldom ceased. The victim is sent spiraling past the brink of insanity from the constant flogging, and resorts to continually, and comedically, extreme lengths to get rid of his tormentor, all ending in failure, and in some cases even backfiring immensely.

After the immense success of the original parody trailer, The Horribly Slow Murderer With the Extremely Inefficient Weapon (abbreviated HSMWEIW) has become a Website/YouTube series, including an "Ask Jack" featuring an interview with the victim an interactive adventure, and a new mini-series called "Ginosaji Vs. Ginosaji".

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!!This work provides examples of:

* AllJustADream: [[spoiler: [[StarWars Spoon Wars]]]]. Even in his dreams, Jack can't fight off the Ginosagi.
* [[AHandfulForAnEye A Mouthful For An Eye]]: In Spoon Wars, Jack impales the Ginosagi with a lightsaber. The Ginosagi then spits a mouthful of black blood into Jack's eyes, blinding him.
* [[CutHisHeartOutWithASpoon Beat Him With a Spoon]]: TheMovie no less
* [[spoiler:TheBadGuyWins]]
* BeatThemAtTheirOwnGame: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9-faa56l-s In this follow up.]] [[spoiler: It [[GoneHorriblyWrong doesn't work out]] for Jack.]]
* BigEater: Jack. Explained [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UH2_CjPS2NE here]].
* BilingualBonus: The victim in the story is Jack Cucchiaio. The murderer is called the Ginosaji. "Cucchiaio" and "Gin no saji" are Italian and Japanese, respectively, for "spoon" and "silver spoon".
* BlackBlood: The Ginosaji gets stabbed in the throat by a knife and there's black blood on the blade.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: At the end of the ''Kick Him in the Crotch'' interactive video, Jack's vomit repeatedly covers up the superimposed Try Again image. The narrator replaces the graphic each time, only for it to [[NauseaFuel get covered in vomit]] again.
* CherryTapping: It's hard to imagine a less effective and more humiliating way to kill somebody.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Jack will die by being hit by a spoon... eventually. And it's definitely cruel.
** Especially cruel since the Ginosaji actually prevents Jack from killing himself at different points in the trailer. Not only will the killer eventually kill Jack, he will not allow him any opportunity to cheat the Ginosaji of delivering the death blow.
* [[DeathOfAThousandCuts Death Of A Billion Strikes By A Spoon]]: The Ginosaji does this to Jack.
* TheDeterminator: The Ginosaji will not stop. Ever. The dark energies animating his body will not allow rest... neither for him, nor Jack.
* DrivenToSuicide: Jack tries to shoot himself at one point. The Ginosaji knocks the gun out of his hand.
* [[DualWielding Dual Spooning]]: In the sequel, [[spoiler:Jack gets a spoon to fight against the swatter and he winds up losing the spoon to him]].
* EpicMovie: "A major motion picture event, twelve years in the making, filmed on five continents, with a running time of ''[[EndingFatigue over nine hours]]''."
* EvenEvilHasStandards: At least to the extent that even the Ginosaji seems to visibly cringe when Jack saws through his own crotch. Not that it changed anything in the end.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin
* [[spoiler:FaceHeelTurn: Jack decides to "become" a Ginosaji to stop the torment. [[HilarityEnsues It doesn't work. At all.]]]]
* FunWithAcronyms: Chaotic Rampage American Pictures.
* GoneHorriblyWrong: In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", the [[spoiler:"Wear Protective Clothing" option backfires on Jack since the noise from his helmet being whacked with a spoon drives him to madness. It's so horrible that he ''begs'' the Ginosaji to go back to beating the rest of his body. The Ginosaji, realizing the helmet beating is more effective torture, ignores him and even puts the helmet back on Jack when he tries to take it off.]]
* GroinAttack: Inverted, as the Ginosaji throws the spoon at Jack, armed with a buzzsaw... and winds up making him cutting his testes off.
** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure" if the "Wear Protective Clothing" option is picked, the Ginosaji hits Jack in the groin before he can put on his cup. If the "Kick him in the Crotch" option is picked, [[spoiler:it [[{{Squick}} backfires horribly]].]]
* HopeSpot:
** At the end of the original film, [[spoiler:the spoon breaks, but the Ginosaji has a dozen more under his coat]].
** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", picking the Giant Magnet option will lead to this. The magnet actually works and stops the Ginosaji from using his spoons [[spoiler:until he pulls out a ''wooden'' spoon. To Jack's dismay, being beaten with a big wooden spoon is even more painful than being hit with a small metal one.[[note]]Arguably, though, it's the best possible ending, since it at least gives Jack a moment of hope and a break from the spoon.[[/note]]]]
* ImmortalAssassin: See below.
* ImplacableMan: The spoon-wielding murderer takes a knife to the throat, gunshots, and [[spoiler:two explosions]] without any harm done.
* InformedAbility: Jack is supposedly a forensic pathologist. We never get to see him at work.
* InTheHood: The Ginosagi.
* InteractiveNarrator: In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", getting Jack to give the Ginosaji a hug requires some persistent encouragement from the narrator.
* LongTitle: Just read the title! Also a GoryDeadlyOverkillTitleOfFatalDeath.
* MundaneMadeAwesome:
** Jack arms himself with all types of guns to beat a villain wielding only a spoon. [[spoiler:AND THE VILLAIN WINS!]]
** Another scene that would qualify is that, [[spoiler:when the Ginosaji's spoon finally breaks, he backs off for a moment, then ominously opens his hoodie to reveal that his shirt has a dozen more spoons hanging from it. WordOfGod confirms that the Ginosaji has an infinite number of spoons hanging from it.]]
* OhCrap: The ending of the original.
* OnceIsNotEnough: Jack shot the Ginosaji down. The Ginosaji simply continued to hit Jack's hand with a spoon.
* OutOfTheInferno: The Ginosaji did this [[spoiler:after Jack tried to blow him up with a lot of TNT]].
* OverlyLongGag: The Ginosaji will hit you with a spoon again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again... Well, you get the picture.
** The Interactive Adventure also becomes this if you don't make a choice.
* PoliceAreUseless: Somewhat justified, as the movie suggests Jack is never able to get any solid enough evidence for Police assistance, and even if he did they probably couldn't do anything.
* RealTrailerFakeMovie
* ScratchDamage: The spoon is more irritating than actually harmful, but over the course of 10 years does some serious damage.
* ShoutOut: ''Film/{{Psycho}}'', complete with being DeliberatelyMonochrome.
* TheSlowWalk: Subverted. The Ginosaji actually runs if Jack runs.
* SternChase
* [[ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks Throwing Your Spoon Always Works]]:
** A rare instance where the villain uses this trope.
** Twice; he used it again in Spoon Wars. And it was ''epic.''
* SuperPersistentPredator: The Ginosaji never stops.
* UglyGuyHotWife
* UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny: Jack ends up traveling the galaxy to find something to kill the Ginosaji. He ends up finding a [[StarWars lightsaber]]. [[spoiler:[[FailureIsTheOnlyOption It doesn't work.]] And it was AllJustADream anyway. Poor Jack]].
* WhatTheHellPlayer: If no choice is selected during "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", the narrator and Jack call out the viewers on enjoying Jack's torment when all they have to do to help him is to push a button. [[spoiler:Not that it matters, since FailureIsTheOnlyOption.]]
* YouCantFightFate: See CruelAndUnusualDeath
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20th Apr '13 2:44:10 PM OhManOhMy
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* YouCantFightFate: See CruelAndUnusualDeath
31st Mar '13 10:38:32 AM FredMSloniker
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** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", picking the Giant Magnet option will lead to this. The magnet actually works and stops the Ginosaji from using his spoons [[spoiler:until he pulls out a ''wooden'' spoon. To Jack's dismay, being beaten with a big wooden spoon is even more painful than being hit with a small metal one.[[note:Arguably, though, it's the best possible ending, since it at least gives Jack a moment of hope and a break from the spoon.]]]]

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** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", picking the Giant Magnet option will lead to this. The magnet actually works and stops the Ginosaji from using his spoons [[spoiler:until he pulls out a ''wooden'' spoon. To Jack's dismay, being beaten with a big wooden spoon is even more painful than being hit with a small metal one.[[note:Arguably, [[note]]Arguably, though, it's the best possible ending, since it at least gives Jack a moment of hope and a break from the spoon.]]]][[/note]]]]
12th Mar '13 7:09:34 AM Picard578
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** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", picking the Giant Magnet option will lead to this. The magnet actually works and stops the Ginosaji from using his spoons [[spoiler:until he pulls out a ''wooden'' spoon. To Jack's dismay, being beaten with a big wooden spoon is even more painful than being hit with a small metal one.[[note:Arguably, though, it's the best possible ending, since it at least gives Jack a moment of hope and a break from the spoon.[[/note]]]]

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** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", picking the Giant Magnet option will lead to this. The magnet actually works and stops the Ginosaji from using his spoons [[spoiler:until he pulls out a ''wooden'' spoon. To Jack's dismay, being beaten with a big wooden spoon is even more painful than being hit with a small metal one.[[note:Arguably, though, it's the best possible ending, since it at least gives Jack a moment of hope and a break from the spoon.[[/note]]]]]]]]
12th Mar '13 7:08:52 AM Picard578
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** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", picking the Giant Magnet option will lead to this. The magnet actually works and stops the Ginosaji from using his spoons [[spoiler:until he pulls out a ''wooden'' spoon. To Jack's dismay, being beaten with a big wooden spoon is even more painful than being hit with a small metal one.[[note]]Arguably, though, it's the best possible ending, since it at least gives Jack a moment of hope and a break from the spoon.[[/note]]]]

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** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", picking the Giant Magnet option will lead to this. The magnet actually works and stops the Ginosaji from using his spoons [[spoiler:until he pulls out a ''wooden'' spoon. To Jack's dismay, being beaten with a big wooden spoon is even more painful than being hit with a small metal one.[[note]]Arguably, [[note:Arguably, though, it's the best possible ending, since it at least gives Jack a moment of hope and a break from the spoon.[[/note]]]]
14th Dec '12 7:08:02 AM IsaacG
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** Another scene that would qualify is that, [[spoiler:when the Ginosaji's spoon finally breaks, he backs off for a moment, then ominously opens his hoodie to reveal that his shirt has a dozen more spoons hanging from it]]. WordOfGod confirms that the Ginosaji has an infinite number of spoons hanging from it.

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** Another scene that would qualify is that, [[spoiler:when the Ginosaji's spoon finally breaks, he backs off for a moment, then ominously opens his hoodie to reveal that his shirt has a dozen more spoons hanging from it]].it. WordOfGod confirms that the Ginosaji has an infinite number of spoons hanging from it.]]
14th Dec '12 7:06:33 AM IsaacG
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** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", picking the Giant Magnet option will lead to this. The magnet actually works and stops the Ginosaji from using his spoons [[spoiler:until he pulls out a ''wooden'' spoon. To Jack's dismay, being beaten with a big wooden spoon is even more painful than being hit with a small metal one.[[hottip:*:Arguably, though, it's the best possible ending, since it at least gives Jack a moment of hope and a break from the spoon.]]]]

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** In "Save Jack: The Interactive Adventure", picking the Giant Magnet option will lead to this. The magnet actually works and stops the Ginosaji from using his spoons [[spoiler:until he pulls out a ''wooden'' spoon. To Jack's dismay, being beaten with a big wooden spoon is even more painful than being hit with a small metal one.[[hottip:*:Arguably, [[note]]Arguably, though, it's the best possible ending, since it at least gives Jack a moment of hope and a break from the spoon.]]]][[/note]]]]
26th Oct '12 8:30:08 AM JohnAlexanderHitchcock
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* PoliceAreUseless

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* PoliceAreUselessPoliceAreUseless: Somewhat justified, as the movie suggests Jack is never able to get any solid enough evidence for Police assistance, and even if he did they probably couldn't do anything.
22nd Oct '12 3:21:00 PM Gregzilla
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* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: "Nothing can stop the Ginosaji. The Ginosaji will never stop."
** Not exactly redundant. It could be interpreted to mean "No one can do anything to stop the Ginosaji, nor will the Ginosaji ever choose to stop on its own."
* {{Determinator}}: The Ginosaji will not stop. Ever. The dark energies animating his body will not allow rest... neither for him, nor Jack.

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* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: "Nothing can stop the Ginosaji. The Ginosaji will never stop."
** Not exactly redundant. It could be interpreted to mean "No one can do anything to stop the Ginosaji, nor will the Ginosaji ever choose to stop on its own."
* {{Determinator}}:
TheDeterminator: The Ginosaji will not stop. Ever. The dark energies animating his body will not allow rest... neither for him, nor Jack.



* [[DualWielding Dual Spooning]]: In the sequel, [[spoiler: Jack gets a spoon to fight against the swatter and he winds up losing the spoon to him]].

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* [[DualWielding Dual Spooning]]: In the sequel, [[spoiler: Jack [[spoiler:Jack gets a spoon to fight against the swatter and he winds up losing the spoon to him]].



* HopeSpot: At the end, [[spoiler:the spoon breaks, but the Ginosaji has a dozen more under his coat]].

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* HopeSpot: HopeSpot:
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At the end, end of the original film, [[spoiler:the spoon breaks, but the Ginosaji has a dozen more under his coat]].



* ImmortalAssassin: see below.
* ImplacableMan: The spoon-wielding murderer takes a knife to the throat and [[spoiler:two explosions]] without any harm done.

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* ImmortalAssassin: see See below.
* ImplacableMan: The spoon-wielding murderer takes a knife to the throat throat, gunshots, and [[spoiler:two explosions]] without any harm done.



* OhCrap: The ending

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* OhCrap: The endingending of the original.



* [[ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks Throwing Your Spoon Always Works]]: A rare instance where the villain uses this trope.

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* [[ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks Throwing Your Spoon Always Works]]: Works]]:
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A rare instance where the villain uses this trope.



* UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny: Jack ends up traveling the galaxy to find something to kill the Ginosaji. He ends up finding a [[StarWars lightsaber]]. [[spoiler: [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption It doesn't work]]]]. [[spoiler: And it was AllJustADream anyway. Poor Jack]].

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* UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny: Jack ends up traveling the galaxy to find something to kill the Ginosaji. He ends up finding a [[StarWars lightsaber]]. [[spoiler: [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption [[spoiler:[[FailureIsTheOnlyOption It doesn't work]]]]. [[spoiler: work.]] And it was AllJustADream anyway. Poor Jack]].



22nd Oct '12 11:09:11 AM nomuru2d
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After the immense success of the original parody trailer, The Horribly Slow Murderer With the Extremely Inefficient Weapon (abbreviated HSMWEIW) has become a Website/YouTube series, including an "Ask Jack" featuring an interview with the victim as well as an interactive adventure.

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After the immense success of the original parody trailer, The Horribly Slow Murderer With the Extremely Inefficient Weapon (abbreviated HSMWEIW) has become a Website/YouTube series, including an "Ask Jack" featuring an interview with the victim as well as an interactive adventure.
adventure, and a new mini-series called "Ginosaji Vs. Ginosaji".


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* [[spoiler:FaceHeelTurn: Jack decides to "become" a Ginosaji to stop the torment. [[HilarityEnsues It doesn't work. At all.]]]]
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