History NightmareFuel / TheHunchbackofNotreDame

28th Nov '17 11:03:38 AM rememberthehood1941
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* The song ''The Bells of Notre Dame'' adds part of the Latin chant "Dies Irae" during the part where Frollo chases Quasimodo's mother up to Notre Dame. Two lines stick out in particular ''Quantus tremor est futurus / Quando Judex est venturus'' which roughly translates to ''What trembling shall there be when the Judge comes forth''. The hymn itself refers to Judgment Day...but in the context of the scene takes on a new meaning as Quasimodo's mother is chased down by the Judge who will kill her and try to kill her baby.

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* ** The song ''The Bells of Notre Dame'' adds part of the Latin chant "Dies Irae" during the part where Frollo chases Quasimodo's mother up to Notre Dame. Two lines stick out in particular ''Quantus tremor est futurus / Quando Judex est venturus'' which roughly translates to ''What trembling shall there be when the Judge comes forth''. The hymn itself refers to Judgment Day...but in the context of the scene takes on a new meaning as Quasimodo's mother is chased down by the Judge who will kill her and try to kill her baby.
28th Nov '17 11:03:00 AM rememberthehood1941
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* The song ''The Bells of Notre Dame'' adds part of the Latin chant "Dies Irae" during the part where Frollo chases Quasimodo's mother up to Notre Dame. Two lines stick out in particular ''Quantus tremor est futurus / Quando Judex est venturus'' which roughly translates to ''What trembling shall there be when the Judge comes forth''. The hymn itself refers to Judgment Day...but in the context of the scene takes on a new meaning as Quasimodo's mother is chased down by the Judge who will kill her and try to kill her baby.
27th Nov '17 11:01:11 AM ngh93
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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...

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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 it's startling to realize that the film somehow got a G-Rating from the MPAA...


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**The following dialogue as Frollo recomposes himself doesn't help much either.
-->'''Frollo''': But what chance could a poor, misshapen child like you have against her heathen treachery? Well, never you mind, Quasimodo. (''pulls a dagger from his robe and stabs the Esmeralda doll with it'') She'll be out of our lives soon enough. (''he holds the doll over a candle flame'') I will free you from her evil spell. (''tosses the incinerated doll to the floor'') She will torment you no longer.
2nd Nov '17 5:04:02 AM Ingonyama
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* The Fact that the Court of miracles really was used to be a grave of French Crusaders that died in UsefulNotes/TheCrusades.

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* The Fact fact that the entrance to the Court of miracles really was used to be a Miracles is through the grave of a French Crusaders Crusader that died in UsefulNotes/TheCrusades.
28th Oct '17 9:25:05 AM LB7979
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* The sheer look on Quasimodo's face after [[spoiler: he breaks free of the chains holding him to Notre Dame.]] Having never seeing Quasimodo truly angry before, it is [[https://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/11121/111213005/5132045-4484381303-38159.jpg frightening]].

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* The sheer look on Quasimodo's face after [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he breaks free of the chains holding him to Notre Dame.]] Having never seeing seen Quasimodo truly angry before, it is [[https://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/11121/111213005/5132045-4484381303-38159.jpg frightening]].
27th Oct '17 5:41:16 PM DoppleDelta
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* The sheer look on Quasimodo's face after [[spoiler: he breaks free of the chains holding him to Notre Dame.]] See below:

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* The sheer look on Quasimodo's face after [[spoiler: he breaks free of the chains holding him to Notre Dame.]] See below: Having never seeing Quasimodo truly angry before, it is [[https://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/11121/111213005/5132045-4484381303-38159.jpg frightening]].
27th Oct '17 5:40:02 PM DoppleDelta
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[[quoteleft:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/angry_quasimodo_4.jpg]]
27th Oct '17 2:18:12 PM Kezajaws
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* The sheer look on Quasimodo's face after [[spoiler: he breaks free of the chains holding him to Notre Dame.]]

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* The sheer look on Quasimodo's face after [[spoiler: he breaks free of the chains holding him to Notre Dame.]]]] See below:

[[quoteleft:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/angry_quasimodo_4.jpg]]
27th Oct '17 2:16:05 PM Kezajaws
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* The sheer look on Quasimodo's face after [[spoiler; he breaks free of the chains holding him to Notre Dame.]]

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* The sheer look on Quasimodo's face after [[spoiler; [[spoiler: he breaks free of the chains holding him to Notre Dame.]]
27th Oct '17 2:14:37 PM Kezajaws
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* The sheer look on Quasimodo's face after [[spoiler; he breaks free of the chains holding him to Notre Dame.]]
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