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30th Oct '15 5:13:50 PM fmpro
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* RootingfortheEmpire: Some viewers find themselves rooting for the lions as they believe the arrival of the workers and the construction of the railroad was an invasion of the lions territory.

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* RootingfortheEmpire: Some viewers find themselves rooting for the lions as they believe the arrival of the workers and the construction of the railroad was an invasion of the lions territory.
30th Oct '15 5:11:46 PM fmpro
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* RootingfortheEmpire: Some viewers find themselves rooting for the lions as they believe the arrival of the workers and the construction of the railroad was an invasion of the lions territory.
26th Oct '15 10:31:11 AM GothicProphet
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** At one point, fire reflects in one of the lion's eyes, as if hell itself was inside of them.

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** At one point, fire reflects in one of the lion's eyes, as if hell itself was inside of them.them.
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27th Jan '14 9:58:28 AM primeyandereheika
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* AwesomeMusic: Jerry Goldsmith was behind the film's score, giving us musical moments of adventure and dread.

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* AwesomeMusic: Jerry Goldsmith was behind the film's score, giving us musical moments of adventure and dread.dread, particularly the music used in the film's climax.
27th Jan '14 9:52:19 AM primeyandereheika
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* NightmareFuel: The lions. God, where could one possibly begin? Throughout the entirety of the movie, the lions [[ParanoiaFuel lurk in the tall grass just out of sight]]. At times one can see a tail swish from above the grass, but aside from that they are nearly invisible until they drop their stalking modes and attack. They seem to be almost supernaturally cunning and stealth. What makes all of this worse is that the film implies that they are not simply killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' What makes all of this worse is that the lions portrayed in the film actually existed (sans manes) and many of the film's nightmarish events actually happened.

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* NightmareFuel: The lions. God, where could one possibly begin? Throughout the entirety of the movie, the lions [[ParanoiaFuel lurk in the tall grass just out of sight]]. At times times, one can see a tail swish from above the grass, but aside from that they are nearly invisible until they drop their stalking modes and attack. They seem to be almost supernaturally cunning and stealth. What makes all of this worse is that the film implies that they are not simply killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' What makes all of this worse is that the lions portrayed in the film actually existed (sans manes) and many of the film's nightmarish events actually happened.
27th Jan '14 9:51:44 AM primeyandereheika
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* NightmareFuel: The lions. Dear God, the lions. Throughout the movie [[ParanoiaFuel they lurk in the tall grass just out of sight]], stalking and killing workers. They seem to be almost supernatural in their stealth and cunning and are not only killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' Their den is also littered with the skeletal remains of their prey. It doesn't help much when the audience know these particular lions actually existed.
** There is also the [[spoiler: hospital massacre sequence in which the lions invade the hospital tent and proceed to kill everyone inside.]]

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* NightmareFuel: The lions. Dear God, the lions. where could one possibly begin? Throughout the movie entirety of the movie, the lions [[ParanoiaFuel they lurk in the tall grass just out of sight]], sight]]. At times one can see a tail swish from above the grass, but aside from that they are nearly invisible until they drop their stalking modes and killing workers. attack. They seem to be almost supernatural in their stealth and supernaturally cunning and stealth. What makes all of this worse is that the film implies that they are not only simply killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' Their den What makes all of this worse is also littered with that the skeletal remains of their prey. It doesn't help much when the audience know these particular lions portrayed in the film actually existed.existed (sans manes) and many of the film's nightmarish events actually happened.
** The lion's den is littered with the human skeletal remains.
** There is also the [[spoiler: hospital massacre sequence in which the lions invade the hospital tent and proceed to kill slaughter everyone inside.]]]] At several times during this sequence, the lions' eyes appear to glow demonically.
** Patterson's nightmare in which one of the lions attacks his wife and baby and the build-up to it. At starts off happily, then MoodWhiplash kicks in.
** At one point, fire reflects in one of the lion's eyes, as if hell itself was inside of them.
27th Jan '14 5:15:16 AM primeyandereheika
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* NightmareFuel: The lions. Dear God, the lions. Throughout the movie [[ParanoiaFuel they lurk in the tall grass just out of sight]], stalking and killing workers. They seem to be almost supernatural in their stealth and cunning and are not only killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' It doesn't help much when the audience know these particular lions actually existed.

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* NightmareFuel: The lions. Dear God, the lions. Throughout the movie [[ParanoiaFuel they lurk in the tall grass just out of sight]], stalking and killing workers. They seem to be almost supernatural in their stealth and cunning and are not only killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' Their den is also littered with the skeletal remains of their prey. It doesn't help much when the audience know these particular lions actually existed.



** When the heroes of the film come across the lions' den, we see massive amounts of human skeletal remains.
27th Jan '14 5:13:27 AM primeyandereheika
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* NightmareFuel: The lions. Dear God, the lions. Throughout the movie [[ParanoiaFuel they lurk in the tall grass out of sight]], stalking and killing workers. They seem to be almost supernatural in their stealth and cunning and are not only killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' It doesn't help much when the audience know these particular lions actually existed.

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* NightmareFuel: The lions. Dear God, the lions. Throughout the movie [[ParanoiaFuel they lurk in the tall grass just out of sight]], stalking and killing workers. They seem to be almost supernatural in their stealth and cunning and are not only killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' It doesn't help much when the audience know these particular lions actually existed.
27th Jan '14 5:10:25 AM primeyandereheika
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* NightmareFuel: The lions. Dear God, the lions. Throughout the movie [[ParanoiaFuel they lurk in the tall grass]], stalking and killing workers. They seem to be almost supernatural in their stealth and cunning and are not only killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' It doesn't help much when the audience know these particular lions actually existed.

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* NightmareFuel: The lions. Dear God, the lions. Throughout the movie [[ParanoiaFuel they lurk in the tall grass]], grass out of sight]], stalking and killing workers. They seem to be almost supernatural in their stealth and cunning and are not only killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' It doesn't help much when the audience know these particular lions actually existed.
27th Jan '14 5:09:13 AM primeyandereheika
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* NightmareFuel: The lions. Dear God, the lions. They're throughout the movie lurking in the tall grass, stalking and killing workers. They seem to be almost supernatural in their stealth and cunning and are not only killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' It doesn't help much when the audience know these particular lions actually existed.

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* NightmareFuel: The lions. Dear God, the lions. They're throughout Throughout the movie lurking [[ParanoiaFuel they lurk in the tall grass, grass]], stalking and killing workers. They seem to be almost supernatural in their stealth and cunning and are not only killing the workers for food, but ''for pleasure.'' It doesn't help much when the audience know these particular lions actually existed.
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