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17th May '16 6:30:17 PM PriceCheck
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** NightmareFuel/TheTailorOfEnbizaka
16th May '16 12:03:05 AM HeroGal2347
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* NightmareFuel/EncyclopediaBrown
4th May '16 6:06:42 AM Homemaderat
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* NightmareFuel/TheMidnightMeatTrain
2nd May '16 4:11:26 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* ''Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins''. The shadowy, demonic [[SatanicArchetype King of Goblins]] [[note]]no, not ''[[Music/DavidBowie that]]'' [[Film/{{Labyrinth}} Goblin King]][[/note]] at the end of the book is described only as "too horrible to describe", and illustrated as a tall shadow with glowing red eye and Medusa-like hair. [[spoiler:After he is defeated, we are given some nice little illustrations of his ghost tearing apart the synagogue]]. The other goblin characters are pretty creepy as well.

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* ''Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins''. The shadowy, demonic [[SatanicArchetype King of Goblins]] [[note]]no, not ''[[Music/DavidBowie that]]'' [[Film/{{Labyrinth}} Goblin King]][[/note]] at the end of the book is described only as "too horrible to describe", and illustrated as a tall shadow with glowing red eye and Medusa-like hair. [[spoiler:After he is defeated, we are given some nice little illustrations of his ghost tearing apart the synagogue]]. The other goblin characters [[OurGoblinsAreDifferent goblins]] are pretty creepy as well.
2nd May '16 4:09:46 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* ''Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins''. The shadowy, demonic King of Goblins at the end of the book, described only as "too horrible to describe", and illustrated as a tall shadow with glowing red eye and Medusa-like hair. [[spoiler:After he is defeated, we are given some nice little illustrations of his ghost tearing apart the synagogue]]. The other goblin characters are pretty creepy as well.

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* ''Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins''. The shadowy, demonic [[SatanicArchetype King of Goblins Goblins]] [[note]]no, not ''[[Music/DavidBowie that]]'' [[Film/{{Labyrinth}} Goblin King]][[/note]] at the end of the book, book is described only as "too horrible to describe", and illustrated as a tall shadow with glowing red eye and Medusa-like hair. [[spoiler:After he is defeated, we are given some nice little illustrations of his ghost tearing apart the synagogue]]. The other goblin characters are pretty creepy as well.
2nd May '16 4:07:16 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* James Baldwin's "Going to Meet the Man" is a horrific tale of a cop during TheSixties who gets aroused by degrading black people and [[PoliceBrutality torturing civil rights protesters]]. Later, in a flashback, we see a major catalyst for his racism and sadism: a lynching he witnessed as a boy, when a black man was gruesomely maimed and burned alive. The flashback is reminiscent of the HumanSacrifice ceremony in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'', except far more graphic -- and so much worse because atrocities like that were all too common in American history.

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* James Baldwin's "Going to Meet the Man" is a horrific tale of a cop during TheSixties who gets aroused by degrading black people and [[PoliceBrutality torturing civil rights protesters]]. Later, in a flashback, we see a major catalyst for his racism and sexual sadism: a lynching he witnessed as a boy, when a black man was gruesomely maimed and burned alive. The flashback is reminiscent of the HumanSacrifice ceremony in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'', except far more graphic -- and so much worse because atrocities like that were all too common in American history.
2nd May '16 4:05:39 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* James Baldwin's "Going to Meet the Man" is a horrific tale of a cop during TheSixties who gets off on degrading black people and [[PoliceBrutality torturing civil rights protesters]]. Later, in a flashback, we see a major catalyst for his racism and sadism: a lynching he witnessed as a boy, when a black man was gruesomely maimed and burned alive. The flashback is reminiscent of the HumanSacrifice ceremony in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'', except far more graphic -- and so much worse because atrocities like that were all too common in American history.

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* James Baldwin's "Going to Meet the Man" is a horrific tale of a cop during TheSixties who gets off on aroused by degrading black people and [[PoliceBrutality torturing civil rights protesters]]. Later, in a flashback, we see a major catalyst for his racism and sadism: a lynching he witnessed as a boy, when a black man was gruesomely maimed and burned alive. The flashback is reminiscent of the HumanSacrifice ceremony in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'', except far more graphic -- and so much worse because atrocities like that were all too common in American history.
1st May '16 10:54:06 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* James Baldwin's "Going to Meet the Man" is a horrific tale of a cop during TheSixties who gets off on degrading black people and [[PoliceBrutality torturing civil rights protesters]]. Later, in a flashback, we see a major catalyst for his racism and sadism: a lynching he witnessed as a boy, when a black man was gruesomely maimed and burned alive. The flashback is reminiscent of the HumanSacrifice ceremony in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'', except far more graphic -- and so much worse because atrocities like that were all too common in American history.



* "Going to Meet the Man" is a horrific short story by James Baldwin about a cop during TheSixties who gets off on degrading black people and [[PoliceBrutality torturing civil rights protesters]]. Later, in a flashback, we see a major catalyst for his racism and sadism: a lynching he witnessed as a boy, when a black man was gruesomely maimed and burned alive. The flashback is reminiscent of the HumanSacrifice ceremony in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'', except far more graphic -- and so much worse because atrocities like that were all too common in American history.
1st May '16 10:50:59 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* "Going to Meet the Man" is a horrific short story by James Baldwin about a cop during TheSixties who gets off on degrading black people and [[PoliceBrutality torturing civil rights protesters]]. Later, in a flashback, we see a major catalyst for his racism and sadism: a lynching he witnessed as a boy, when a black man was gruesomely maimed and burned alive. The flashback is reminiscent of the HumanSacrifice ceremony in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'', except far more graphic -- and so much worse because atrocities like that were all too common in American history.



* "Going to Meet the Man" is a horrific short story by James Baldwin about a cop during TheSixties who gets off on degrading black people and [[PoliceBrutality torturing civil rights protesters]]. Later, in a flashback, we see a major catalyst for his racism and sadism: a lynching he witnessed as a boy, when a black man was gruesomely maimed and burned alive. The flashback scene is reminiscent of the HumanSacrifice ceremony in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'', except far more graphic -- and so much worse because atrocities like that were all too common in American history.
1st May '16 10:50:06 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Relatively minor as the show is targeted at toddlers, but the Animated Adaptation of NightmareFuel/SpotTheDog has one episode where Spot encounters a cat named ''Cybil''. Cybil's response (a loud growl combined with Off-Model Animation) was potent enough ''Nightmare Fuel'' to the target audiences that parents complained.

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* Relatively minor as the show is targeted at toddlers, but the Animated Adaptation AnimatedAdaptation of NightmareFuel/SpotTheDog has one episode where Spot encounters a cat named ''Cybil''. Cybil's response (a loud growl combined with Off-Model Animation) was potent enough ''Nightmare Fuel'' to the target audiences that parents complained.complained.
* "Going to Meet the Man" is a horrific short story by James Baldwin about a cop during TheSixties who gets off on degrading black people and [[PoliceBrutality torturing civil rights protesters]]. Later, in a flashback, we see a major catalyst for his racism and sadism: a lynching he witnessed as a boy, when a black man was gruesomely maimed and burned alive. The flashback scene is reminiscent of the HumanSacrifice ceremony in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'', except far more graphic -- and so much worse because atrocities like that were all too common in American history.
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