- Jack the Ripper, who is none other than your twin brother in the London Waxwork, likes causing trouble and making you look bad just for looking like him — to the point where you can be arrested and hanged if you come across the police, or beaten to death by a lynch mob if they catch you. With that in mind- nothing is more satisfying and awesome in that waxwork than to defeat the bastard in a sword fight- your swordstick versus his knife. Awesome music ensues after fatally stabbing him and causing him to fall backward into the River Thames.
- Knocking him into the Thames wound up being a backup killing plan in case he didn't actually die from the stabbing, à la horror movie villains. The state of the Thames at that time was less than pristine, so getting Thames water in a stab wound would likely finish someone off.
- The Graveyard's protagonist is a simple gravedigger who went to retrieve his shovel, who ends up taking on a powerful necromancer and his entire army of zombies and winning despite the massive power gap.
- If Alex's dream is any indication, the last thing Ixona the witch saw before her death during the climax was the last of the evil twins basically transformed into a literal demon with horns and giving her, her curse, and Beelzebub what would be equal to a cosmic middle finger.
Awesome / Wax Works
Between the Nausea Fuel and The Many Deaths of You, Wax Works has a few impressive moments.