* The video for Bullet for My Valentine's "Waking the Demon" is all about this.
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3n5t6A9FUk This Moment]]" by Music/{{Disturbed}} "You're the one who kept pushing / till I made you bleed."
* ''Batterram'' by Toddy Tee [[TruthInTelevision about police using the titular vehicle,]] [[RammingAlwaysWorks an APC with a battering ram,]] [[TruthInTelevision to break into suspected crackhouses]] has a [[FearlessFool dealer taunting the cops when its battery craps out in front of his friends]] [[LaserguidedKarma then it's fixed and his "living room is in his den."]]
* In Leslie Fish's FilkSong "Bashing the Balrog", a low-level adventuring party attempts to take on a balrog, with [[TotalPartyKill predictable results]].
* The subject of not one but ''two'' Music/JimCroce songs, "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" and "You Don't Mess Around With Jim". (A subversion in both cases, as the supposed tough guys [[NotSoHarmless either wind up badly beaten or dead at the hands of the instigator]].)
* In the music video for Delta Rae's ''Bottom of the River'', a mob breaks into a woman's house and seems like they're going to lynch her, presumably for witchcraft. While she's dragged off in chains, she does not seem to despair for long; her bindings eventually disappear, and while we do not see what happens to her captors, when the camera returns to them they've been either struck down or have disappeared completely, leaving only their masks.