Nightmare Fuel: Hot Fuzz

  • The death of Tim Messenger was almost too much. The way he staggers for a while...
  • The crypts at the castle. Filled with the bodies of everyone the NWA has killed, including such innocents as underage drinkers and Traveller children. There appear to be far more bodies than there are people living in the village. Especially the skeletal remains of the family in the caravan.
  • The concept of the town in general, where everything is run by a shady organization more than willing to kill for absurd, petty reasons.
  • Skinner rushing at a defenseless Angel, boxcutter in hand, with pure, blind rage in his eyes. Let's face it: it was pure luck that saved Angel's life, there.
  • As noted in the commentary track, when Jim Broadbent suddenly reveals himself as evil, it is chilling.
    No, Nicholas. I'm afraid it's you who's going to have to come with us.
  • Adding to the above, Frank's Villainous Breakdown. He gets more and more berserk, even willing to kill his own son.
    You incompetent flatfoots! HE'S NOT EVEN FROM ROUND HERE!