History NightmareFuel / TheDarkKnight

8th Nov '17 8:06:36 AM ImSpidey2
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** One of the most NightmareFuel-filled moments was surprisingly one of the most low-key; when the Joker is videotaping/shooting his nightmare-porn of Brian the Batman Impersonator and orders Brian to "Look at me! [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Look! At! Me!"]]

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** One of the most NightmareFuel-filled moments was surprisingly one of the most low-key; when the Joker is videotaping/shooting his nightmare-porn of Brian the Batman Impersonator and orders Brian to "Look at me! [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Look! At! Me!"]]LOOK! AT! ME!"]]


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*** Aside of the camera being thrust back and forth...keep in mind, Joker is also a KnifeNut. Perhaps we may have a good idea as to what happened...
8th Nov '17 8:02:13 AM ImSpidey2
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** Worse, he could've just been ''born'' that way, born a bad seed and always thought of doing atrocities to amuse himself since he started to think coherently. And then it all paid off come adulthood.

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** *** Worse, he could've just been ''born'' that way, born a bad seed and always thought of doing atrocities to amuse himself since he started to think coherently. And then it all paid off come adulthood. It's possible that it wasn't AbusiveParents, a traumatic childhood or anything of the sort...his way of thinking was created when he himself was.
8th Nov '17 8:00:26 AM ImSpidey2
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** Worse, he could've just been ''born'' that way, born a bad seed and always thought of doing atrocities to amuse himself since he started to think coherently. And then it all paid off come adulthood.
7th Nov '17 8:49:49 PM IamTheCaligula
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** When Alfred later finishes the story with how they caught the bandit, he flatly states, "We burned the forest down." Who watched the world burn? ''Alfred did''. He was once a man so cold and unrelenting that he would burn everything around him to get at his objective.

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** When Alfred later finishes the story with how they caught the bandit, he flatly states, "We burned the forest down." Who watched In order to get the world burn? ''Alfred did''. He bandit, Alfred was once forced to give the bandit exactly what he wanted and in the process become a man so as cold and unrelenting that he as the bandit himself; a man who would burn everything around him to get at his objective.
1st Oct '17 9:22:31 PM Vinderzlow
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*** An even more terrifying prospect is if one takes his "nothings" literally: What if '''''nothing''''' really did happen to the Joker? If he simply woke up one morning and decided to do these things simply for his own amusement?
27th Sep '17 2:52:13 AM ImSpidey2
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** One particular part can shock a few. Once the theme gets quiet, it then builds up a note, a musical HopeSpot as if it's going to transition into Batman's theme with a higher note...[[spoiler:''boom''. You're suddenly hit with a ''deep'' ScareChord, a low booming note that drags on for what feels like minutes!]]

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** One particular part can shock a few. Once the theme gets quiet, it then builds up a note, a musical HopeSpot as if it's going to transition into Batman's theme with a higher note...[[spoiler:''boom''. You're suddenly hit with a ''deep'' ScareChord, a low booming note that drags on for what feels like minutes!]]minutes. It almost feels as if Joker, on top of everything he had done in the film, is even actually controlling the ''music'', [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou just to screw with the viewer themselves!]]]]
27th Sep '17 2:50:20 AM ImSpidey2
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** One particular part can shock a few. Once the theme gets quiet, it then builds up a note, a musical HopeSpot as if it's going to transition into Batman's theme with a higher note...[[''boom''. You're suddenly hit with a ''deep'' ScareChord, a low booming note that drags on for what feels like minutes!]]

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** One particular part can shock a few. Once the theme gets quiet, it then builds up a note, a musical HopeSpot as if it's going to transition into Batman's theme with a higher note...[[''boom''.[[spoiler:''boom''. You're suddenly hit with a ''deep'' ScareChord, a low booming note that drags on for what feels like minutes!]]
27th Sep '17 2:50:05 AM ImSpidey2
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* The songs [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDLG-pO87Oc&list=PL569070461A648D9D&index=7 A Little Push]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRYKyhof6b4&list=PL569070461A648D9D Watch the World Burn]], which play when Harvey interrogates Thomas Schiff and when he's threatening Gordon's son. The first sounds like something right out of ''Film/BatmanBegins''.

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* The songs [[http://www.song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDLG-pO87Oc&list=PL569070461A648D9D&index=7 com/watch?v=TvjhVemg1vA A Little Push]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRYKyhof6b4&list=PL569070461A648D9D Watch the World Burn]], which play plays when Harvey interrogates Thomas Schiff and when he's threatening Gordon's son. The first Schiff. It sounds like something right out of ''Film/BatmanBegins''.


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** One particular part can shock a few. Once the theme gets quiet, it then builds up a note, a musical HopeSpot as if it's going to transition into Batman's theme with a higher note...[[''boom''. You're suddenly hit with a ''deep'' ScareChord, a low booming note that drags on for what feels like minutes!]]
24th Sep '17 12:06:00 AM ImSpidey2
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NdV7-rOt2Y The music]] in that scene just makes the whole thing so much more intense. It starts off quiet, but gradually becomes louder to the point where it's ''unbearably'' intense. There's just something in there that truly and absolutely defines Harvey's SanitySlippage.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NdV7-rOt2Y The music]] in that scene scene, appropriately titled "Watch the World Burn", just makes the whole thing so much more intense. It starts off quiet, but gradually becomes louder to the point where it's ''unbearably'' intense. There's just something in there that truly and absolutely defines Harvey's SanitySlippage.
24th Sep '17 12:04:54 AM ImSpidey2
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-->'''Two-Face:''' Go ahead. Tell him it'll be alright. ''Lie.''

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-->'''Two-Face:''' Go ahead. Tell him it'll it's going to be alright. ''Lie.''alright, Gordon. ''Lie,'' like I lied.


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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NdV7-rOt2Y The music]] in that scene just makes the whole thing so much more intense. It starts off quiet, but gradually becomes louder to the point where it's ''unbearably'' intense. There's just something in there that truly and absolutely defines Harvey's SanitySlippage.
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