History NightmareFuel / TheHunchbackOfNotreDame

7th Dec '16 9:14:35 PM CJCroen1393
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-->'''Frollo:''' I have been...''taking care'' of the Gypsies. (''crushes some ants under a finger with each word'') One...by...''one.'' Yet, they ''thrive''! *pulls off a tile to reveal an ants nest*
--> '''Phoebus''': What would you have me do, sir?

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-->'''Frollo:''' I have been...''taking care'' of the Gypsies. (''crushes some ants under a finger with each word'') One...by...''one.'' Yet, for all my success, they ''thrive''! have ''thrived''! *pulls off a tile to reveal an ants nest*
nest* I believe that they have a safe haven within the walls of this very city...a ''[[ItIsDehumanizing nest]]'' if you will. They call it the (''incredulous scoff'') "Court of Miracles"...
--> '''Phoebus''': What would you have me do, are we going to do about it, sir?



--> '''Phoebus''': ...you've made your point clear, sir.
** Cant forget Phoebus first meeting Judge Frollo, in the castle torture chamber, where you get to hear the sound of the previous captain of the guard being ''tortured to death''. Frollo even advices the TortureTechnician to whip his victim slower, because doing it too fast will make the new pain drown out the old one. Oh, and WHAT was the captains crime? "Disappointing" Frollo.

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--> '''Phoebus''': ...you've made you make your point clear, quite vividly, sir.
** Cant forget Phoebus first meeting Judge Frollo, in the castle torture chamber, where you get to hear the sound of the previous captain of the guard being ''tortured to death''. Frollo even advices the TortureTechnician to whip his victim slower, because doing it too fast will make the new pain drown out the old one.one (which he speaks of [[ButForMeItWasTuesday in the most eerily casual manner possible]]). Oh, and WHAT was the captains crime? "Disappointing" Frollo.
22nd Oct '16 6:07:34 PM SilentStranger
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*** Cant forget the hellish monk choir draped in red robes who provides the chorus of ''Mea Culpa''. (Translates to "my sin, my sin, my most griveous sin")



-->'''Frollo:''' I have been...''taking care'' of the Gypsies. (''crushes some ants under a finger with each word'') One...by...''one.''

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-->'''Frollo:''' I have been...''taking care'' of the Gypsies. (''crushes some ants under a finger with each word'') One...by...''one.'''' Yet, they ''thrive''! *pulls off a tile to reveal an ants nest*
--> '''Phoebus''': What would you have me do, sir?
--> '''Frollo''': *smirks and smashes the tile back down, crushing every last ant under it*
--> '''Phoebus''': ...you've made your point clear, sir.
** Cant forget Phoebus first meeting Judge Frollo, in the castle torture chamber, where you get to hear the sound of the previous captain of the guard being ''tortured to death''. Frollo even advices the TortureTechnician to whip his victim slower, because doing it too fast will make the new pain drown out the old one. Oh, and WHAT was the captains crime? "Disappointing" Frollo.
1st Oct '16 7:46:52 AM Anarky17
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** Frollo looks very much like [[Franchise/{{Batman}} The Joker]] when he grins, and his cold glare is equally as frightening.

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** Frollo looks very much like the bastard spawn of [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Lex Luthor]] and [[Franchise/{{Batman}} The Joker]] when he grins, and his cold glare is equally as frightening.
28th Sep '16 5:56:59 PM CJCroen1393
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** If you really think about it, that line has a horrifically heartbreaking amount of weight behind it...yes, [[spoiler: Quasi ''does'' want to hurt Frollo. ''[[TheDogBitesBack He always has]]''...]]
17th Sep '16 6:05:07 PM Prinzenick
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** During the opening sequence, Frollo looks positively ''demonic'' as he chases down and ultimately ''kills'' Quasimodo's poor mother, a Gypsy he thinks has stolen something, and if not for the Archdeacon's intervention would very well have murdered baby Quasimodo himself as well. And what's worse is that Frollo thinks he is guiltless and in the right!

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** During the opening sequence, Frollo looks positively ''demonic'' as he chases down and ultimately ''kills'' Quasimodo's poor mother, a Gypsy he thinks has stolen something, and something. There's no discretion either--you get to see Frollo kill her ''on-screen''. And if not for the Archdeacon's intervention would very well have murdered baby Quasimodo himself as well. And what's worse is that Frollo thinks he is guiltless and in the right!
17th Sep '16 5:58:31 PM Prinzenick
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The Disney adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel (which is hardly light reading in itself) is one of the [[DarkerAndEdgier darkest films ever produced by the studio]], featuring adult content like the outright racist treatment and mass genocide of the gypsies, abuse of religious power by one of the most vile and frighteningly realistic villains in the history of animated films, and on-screen deaths for heroes and villains alike. As a result, it has [[NightmareFuel more than enough frightening moments and concepts to go around for the whole family]]. With all of this and the heavy adult themes present in the picture, its startling to realize that the film somehow got a G-Rating from the MPAA...

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The Disney adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel (which is hardly light reading in itself) is one of the [[DarkerAndEdgier darkest films ever produced by the studio]], featuring adult content like infanticide, the outright racist treatment and mass genocide of the gypsies, the abuse of religious power and creepy lust displayed by one of the most vile and frighteningly realistic villains in the history of animated films, and on-screen deaths for heroes and villains alike. As a result, it has [[NightmareFuel more than enough frightening moments and concepts to go around for the whole family]]. With all of this and the heavy adult themes present in the picture, its startling to realize that the film somehow got a G-Rating from the MPAA...
17th Sep '16 5:54:40 PM Prinzenick
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The Disney adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel (which is hardly light reading in itself) is one of the [[DarkerAndEdgier darkest films ever produced by the studio]], featuring adult content like racist mass genocide, abuse of religious power by one of the most vile and frighteningly realistic villains in the history of animated films, and on-screen deaths for heroes and villains alike. As a result, it has [[NightmareFuel more than enough frightening moments and concepts to go around for the whole family]]. With all of this and the heavy adult themes present in the picture, its startling to realize that the film got a G-Rating from the MPAA...


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The Disney adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel (which is hardly light reading in itself) is one of the [[DarkerAndEdgier darkest films ever produced by the studio]], featuring adult content like the outright racist treatment and mass genocide of the gypsies, abuse of religious power by one of the most vile and frighteningly realistic villains in the history of animated films, and on-screen deaths for heroes and villains alike. As a result, it has [[NightmareFuel more than enough frightening moments and concepts to go around for the whole family]]. With all of this and the heavy adult themes present in the picture, its startling to realize that the film somehow got a G-Rating from the MPAA...
17th Sep '16 5:51:58 PM Prinzenick
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The Disney adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel (which is hardly light reading in itself) is one of the [[DarkerAndEdgier darkest films ever produced by the studio]], featuring adult content like racist mass genocide, abuse of religious power by one of the most vile and frighteningly realistic villains in the history of animated films, and on-screen deaths for heroes and villains alike. As a result, it has [[NightmareFuel more than enough frightening moments and concepts to go around for the whole family]]. With all of this and the heavy adult themes present in the picture, its startling to realize that the film got a G-Rating from the MPAA...
9th Sep '16 12:17:56 PM Dravencour
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*** The part of the opening number that describes Frollo pretty much says it all about this guy:
---->''Judge Claude Frollo sought to purge the world of vice and sin.\\
And he saw corruption everywhere...except within.''
14th Aug '16 7:03:41 PM darksoul4242
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** His ''very introduction'' applies. As the Gypsies are surronded by soldiers, a huge shadow casts itself over the wall, revealed to be Frollo on his Bruiser of a horse. The pure ''terror'' in the male Gypsy's voice is as if he has come face to face with the devil itself; a textbook OhCrap reaction.

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** His ''very introduction'' applies. As the Gypsies are surronded surrounded by soldiers, a huge shadow casts itself over the wall, revealed to be Frollo on his Bruiser of a horse. The pure ''terror'' in the male Gypsy's voice is as if he has come face to face with the devil itself; a textbook OhCrap reaction.
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