Nightmare Fuel: Angel Heart
- The last 30 seconds of the film.
- Pretty much the rest of it too. Like Eraserhead, the entire film is shot, soundmixed and scored to evoke the feel of a nightmare, with muffled, distant sounds, sudden flashes of seemingly irrelevant images, and moments appearing out-of-sequence. Harry himself has a number of nightmares (later revealed to be where his mind goes when he's under Satan's control), which feature copious amounts of blood.