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* ''Film/{{Zardoz}}'' is packed to the brim with faux symbolism. For instance, some of the exterminators are seen wearing helmets with faces on each side. Evocative of the two-faced Greek god Janus? Who knows...Granted, the movie is such a MindScrew even that was probably lost on people still trying to work out what the gun-spewing stone head shouting about evil penises was all about. Both of those examples were ultimately caused in-universe by a madman who just liked screwing with people; the stuff the movie intends you to take seriously makes them seem ''normal''.

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* ''Film/{{Zardoz}}'' is packed to the brim with faux symbolism. For instance, some of the exterminators are seen wearing helmets with faces on each side. Evocative of the two-faced Greek Roman god Janus? Who knows...Granted, the movie is such a MindScrew even that was probably lost on people still trying to work out what the gun-spewing stone head shouting about evil penises was all about. Both of those examples were ultimately caused in-universe by a madman who just liked screwing with people; the stuff the movie intends you to take seriously makes them seem ''normal''.

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* Parodied in ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' when Francis's buddies steal a totem pole while drunk and Francis becomes obsessed with uncovering [[MagicalNativeAmerican the complex Native American symbology and spiritual meaning behind the pole]]. Cue the angry owner of the pole showing up and complaining about them stealing his wheelstop from his garage; the totem pole is just some kitschy, meaningless decoration he made with his kids while camping. He doesn't even follow any sort of Native religion, being a proud [[UsefulNotes/{{Christianity}} Baptist]].

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* ''VideoGame/EVEOnline'', wherein humanity discovers a wormhole (the titular ''EVE'') which ''delivers'' mankind to the ''New Eden'' system in another galaxy. It only gets better from this point onward, especially if you take the time to read the names of some of the systems and constellations.
** This seems to be more an example of the sort of names humans would actually come up with rather than unsubtle references.

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* ''VideoGame/EVEOnline'', wherein humanity discovers a wormhole (the titular ''EVE'') which ''delivers'' mankind to the ''New Eden'' system in another galaxy. galaxy; the wormhole's Milky Way entrance is in turn called ADAM. It's fitting symbolism in the game's 'present day', but at the time the wormhole's found it's just a path to unexplored space, and thus falls a bit flat the way colonists to the New World would give it grandioise names. It only gets better from this point onward, especially if you take the time to read the names of some of the systems and constellations.
** This seems to be more an example of the sort of names humans would actually come up with rather than unsubtle references.
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** The 1967 story "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E2TheAbominableSnowmen The Abominable Snowmen]]" uses most of its Buddhist symbolism reasonably considering it's set in a Buddhist monastery - like paralleling the Doctor's use of time travel to the monks' understanding of astral projection, or how the Doctor teaches Victoria to chant 'om mani padme hum' to resist [[{{Brainwashed}} Brainwashing]]. Not all of it joins up, though - significantly, the main antagonist ([[spoiler: actually just a puppet of the Intelligence]]) is named Padmasambhava, the writer of ''The Tibetan Book of the Dead]]'', a book known about at the time due to its recent appropriation by Timothy Leary for his [[HigherUnderstandingThroughDrugs writings about LSD]] - making it random drugs symbolism as well as random Buddhist symbolism. It's very unlikely that they would have had a character called [[TheUnpronounceable Padmasambhava]] in the story if it wasn't necessary to the story they were trying to tell, yet neither the drugs nor the religious allusion seems to have any significance.

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** The 1967 story "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E2TheAbominableSnowmen The Abominable Snowmen]]" uses most of its Buddhist symbolism reasonably considering it's set in a Buddhist monastery - like paralleling the Doctor's use of time travel to the monks' understanding of astral projection, or how the Doctor teaches Victoria to chant 'om mani padme hum' to resist [[{{Brainwashed}} Brainwashing]].{{Brainwash|ed}}ing. Not all of it joins up, though - significantly, the main antagonist ([[spoiler: actually just a puppet of the Intelligence]]) is named Padmasambhava, the writer of ''The Tibetan Book of the Dead]]'', a book known about at the time due to its recent appropriation by Timothy Leary for his [[HigherUnderstandingThroughDrugs writings about LSD]] - making it random drugs symbolism as well as random Buddhist symbolism. It's very unlikely that they would have had a character called [[TheUnpronounceable Padmasambhava]] in the story if it wasn't necessary to the story they were trying to tell, yet neither the drugs nor the religious allusion seems to have any significance.



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* A little-known game called ''Adventures of Darwin'' features a tribe of monkeys that have to [[ArtisticLicenseBiology evolve into humans]] in time to survive the coming apocalypse. They are led by a monkey named Darwin, a ShoutOut that would make the actual Charles Darwin spin in his grave. Where does the symbology come in? The final boss is [[spoiler:{{God}} [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu Himself]].]] Well, okay, according to the bestiary, [[spoiler:He is actually [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Zeus]], but given the context, he's clearly meant to be a monotheistic God, not one of a pantheon.]]

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* A little-known game called ''Adventures of Darwin'' ''VideoGame/AdventuresOfDarwin'' features a tribe of monkeys that have to [[ArtisticLicenseBiology evolve into humans]] in time to survive the coming apocalypse. They are led by a monkey named Darwin, a ShoutOut that would make the actual Charles Darwin spin in his grave. Where does the symbology come in? The final boss is [[spoiler:{{God}} [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu Himself]].]] Well, okay, according to the bestiary, [[spoiler:He is actually [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Zeus]], but given the context, he's clearly meant to be a monotheistic God, not one of a pantheon.]]



* ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' games generally name characters and weapons after people and weapons in mythologies from '''everywhere''' in Europe. The names don't go any deeper than being names. ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones'' has a character named Tethys (a Greek Goddess), the sacred spear Siegmund (named after a Norse Hero) and the sacred sword Sieglinde (named after Siegmund's [[BrotherSisterIncest sister/lover]] Ironically, they're wielded exclusively by Lords who are twin brother and sister ''and'' have quite the [[{{Twincest}} twincestuous]] vibes). They just sound cooler than boring names, nothing more.

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* ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' games generally name characters and weapons after people and weapons in mythologies from '''everywhere''' in Europe. The names don't go any deeper than being names. ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones'' has a character named Tethys (a Greek Goddess), the sacred spear Siegmund (named after a Norse Hero) and the sacred sword Sieglinde (named after Siegmund's [[BrotherSisterIncest sister/lover]] Ironically, they're wielded exclusively by Lords who are twin brother and sister ''and'' have quite the [[{{Twincest}} twincestuous]] {{twincest}}uous vibes). They just sound cooler than boring names, nothing more.



*** Hector's ultimate weapon [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Armads/Almace]], wielded by Archbishop [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Durbans/Turpin]], also come from the same legend, referring to a compatriot of Roland and his weapon.
** Marth[[note]]Mars[[/note]]. [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Uh, nevermind, I guess]].

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*** Hector's ultimate weapon [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Armads/Almace]], wielded by Archbishop [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Durbans/Turpin]], Durbans/Turpin, also come from the same legend, referring to a compatriot of Roland and his weapon.
** Marth[[note]]Mars[[/note]]. [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Uh, nevermind, I guess]].guess.



* [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1139 This]] Webcomic/QuestionableContent comic showes perfectly how easily good-sounding symbolism can be created over anything.

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* [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1139 This]] Webcomic/QuestionableContent ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' comic showes shows perfectly how easily good-sounding symbolism can be created over anything.



* In ''Webcomic/StringTheory'', when Abel uses his PsychicPowers to manifest inside Schtein's MentalWorld and read his memories, Abel is the only figure in black-and-white amid a vividly coloured, surreal landscape. Abel finds it curious, forgetting that Schtein lost his colour vision after the events of the memory but before their first meeting.

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* In ''Webcomic/StringTheory'', ''Webcomic/StringTheory2009'', when Abel uses his PsychicPowers to manifest inside Schtein's MentalWorld and read his memories, Abel is the only figure in black-and-white amid a vividly coloured, surreal landscape. Abel finds it curious, forgetting that Schtein lost his colour vision after the events of the memory but before their first meeting.





** And ''[[Anime/DigimonAdventure Adventure]]'' had the whole [[NumberOfTheBeast 666]] deal with Vamdemon's revival, which [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar got by the radar]].

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** And ''[[Anime/DigimonAdventure Adventure]]'' had the whole [[NumberOfTheBeast 666]] deal with Vamdemon's revival, which [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar got by the radar]].revival.



* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'', this is {{Invoked}} by the Dunmeri PhysicalGod Vivec in his [[https://www.imperial-library.info/content/thirty-six-lessons-vivec-sermon-one Thirty-Six Lessons]] series. He uses ''oodles'' of biblical imagery to make sure that, if you take it seriously, there is NO WAY a person could see Vivec as anything less than the ''absolute god'' of ''The Elder Scrolls'' universe (which, of course, isn't necessarily true). Doubles with BreakingTheFourthWall, {{Anvilicious}}, Administrivia/TropesAreNotBad, and GettingCrapPastTheRadar with a sprinkling of InJoke.

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* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'', this is {{Invoked}} by the Dunmeri PhysicalGod Vivec in his [[https://www.imperial-library.info/content/thirty-six-lessons-vivec-sermon-one Thirty-Six Lessons]] series. He uses ''oodles'' of biblical imagery to make sure that, if you take it seriously, there is NO WAY a person could see Vivec as anything less than the ''absolute god'' of ''The Elder Scrolls'' universe (which, of course, isn't necessarily true). Doubles with BreakingTheFourthWall, {{Anvilicious}}, Administrivia/TropesAreNotBad, and GettingCrapPastTheRadar with a sprinkling of InJoke.


** Also, [[WordOfGod according to Ikuhara]], ''every single interpretation of the series' symbolism is true''. [[LogicBomb welp]]
* And on the subject of Ikuhara, the symbolism in his followup series, ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum'', is so dense that it's impossible to tell whether certain scenes are even real. For example, there's a place called the Child Broiler where unwanted children (depicted as silhouettes like you see on bathroom signs) are put on a conveyor belt and ground up into glass.

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** Also, [[WordOfGod according to Ikuhara]], ''every single interpretation of the series' symbolism is true''. [[LogicBomb welp]]
Welp]].
* And on the subject of Ikuhara, the symbolism in his followup series, ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum'', ''Anime/{{Penguindrum}}'', is so dense that it's impossible to tell whether certain scenes are even real. For example, there's a place called the Child Broiler where unwanted children (depicted as silhouettes like you see on bathroom signs) are put on a conveyor belt and ground up into glass.



* The demise of Colin Mcleod's dead love interest Moya in the OVA ''Anime/{{Highlander Path of Vengeance}}'', put up on a cross and forced to see her people getting wiped out by the [[HistoricalVillainUpgrade Romans]]. Partly justified trope, due to that part of the movie set in Roman times, but still...

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* The demise of Colin Mcleod's dead love interest Moya in the OVA ''Anime/{{Highlander Path of Vengeance}}'', ''Anime/HighlanderPathOfVengeance'', put up on a cross and forced to see her people getting wiped out by the [[HistoricalVillainUpgrade Romans]]. Partly justified trope, due to that part of the movie set in Roman times, but still...



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* In the Code Geass continuation [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6969408/1/In_the_End In the End]] Lelouch [[spoiler: wakes up from his first death in a stable, after a Bethlehem-like]] sequence with C.C as Mary.
* From the ''FanFic/DevaSeries'', we have [[AncientConspiracy the Circles]] calling Device-using students "Fallen Angels" and the anti-Device spell "Judgment of the Fallen". [[SarcasmMode That totally does not mean anything]].
* From ''FanFic/ToyHammer'', we have Batel; her name means 'Daughter of God', [[spoiler: and she's also a Chaos Cultist.]]

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* In the Code Geass ''Code Geass'' continuation [[http://www.''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6969408/1/In_the_End In the End]] End]]'' Lelouch [[spoiler: wakes up from his first death in a stable, after a Bethlehem-like]] sequence with C.C as Mary.
* From the ''FanFic/DevaSeries'', ''Fanfic/DevaSeries'', we have [[AncientConspiracy the Circles]] calling Device-using students "Fallen Angels" and the anti-Device spell "Judgment of the Fallen". [[SarcasmMode That totally does not mean anything]].
* From ''FanFic/ToyHammer'', ''Fanfic/ToyHammer'', we have Batel; her name means 'Daughter of God', [[spoiler: and she's also a Chaos Cultist.]]



* In ''FanFic/AceCombatTheEquestrianWar'', the Mirage squadron's unit number is 2nd Air Division, 179th Tactical Pegasus Squadron. These numbers refer to September 17, 2011, when the second season of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' begun airing.

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* In ''FanFic/AceCombatTheEquestrianWar'', ''Fanfic/AceCombatTheEquestrianWar'', the Mirage squadron's unit number is 2nd Air Division, 179th Tactical Pegasus Squadron. These numbers refer to September 17, 2011, when the second season of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' begun airing.



* ''FanFic/{{Whispers}}'': The statues of Celestia and Luna ([[SiblingYinYang the former a pure white shade with black eyes, the latter the inverse]]) and the satirical idea of a [[BlueAndOrangeMorality blue and orange]] yin-yang. Neither of these appear to be anything more than a StealthPun.

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* ''FanFic/{{Whispers}}'': ''Fanfic/{{Whispers}}'': The statues of Celestia and Luna ([[SiblingYinYang the former a pure white shade with black eyes, the latter the inverse]]) and the satirical idea of a [[BlueAndOrangeMorality blue and orange]] yin-yang. Neither of these appear to be anything more than a StealthPun.



* The ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' series is awash with Biblical and religious allusions (the Covenant, the Flood, the Ark, and the eponymous Halos, to name just the most obvious ones), most of which amount to little more than window dressing for a relatively straightforward "humans versus aliens" plot. Plus, the number 7 is hidden ''[[https://halo.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_seven_references_in_Halo EVERYWHERE]]''. That said, the Halos were built from the Ark, where the Forerunners also stored every single sentient species they could find. After they activated the Halos to kill all life left the galaxy, thus starving the Flood, they reseeded the galaxy with the life they had stored on the Ark, including humans and every Covenant species.

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* The ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' series is awash with Biblical and religious allusions (the Covenant, the Flood, the Ark, and the eponymous Halos, to name just the most obvious ones), most of which amount to little more than window dressing for a relatively straightforward "humans versus aliens" plot. Plus, the number 7 is hidden ''[[https://halo.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_seven_references_in_Halo EVERYWHERE]]''. That said, the Halos were built from the Ark, where the Forerunners also stored every single sentient species they could find. After they activated the Halos to kill all life left the galaxy, thus starving the Flood, they reseeded the galaxy with the life they had stored on the Ark, including humans and every Covenant species.



* Lampshaded in ''{{VideoGame/Touhou}}: Embodiment of Scarlet Devil'' with a pun.
-->Marisa: So, why are you stretching your arms out?\\
[[http://static.zerochan.net/Rumia.full.310338.jpg Rumia]]: Doesn't this look like it's saying "The saint was crucified"? [[spoiler:(cross : 十字形)]]\\
Marisa: It looks like "Humanity started using the decimal system." [[spoiler:(ten : 十)]]

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* Lampshaded in ''{{VideoGame/Touhou}}: Embodiment of Scarlet Devil'' ''VideoGame/TouhouKoumakyouTheEmbodimentOfScarletDevil'' with a pun.
-->Marisa: -->'''Marisa:''' So, why are you stretching your arms out?\\
[[http://static.'''[[http://static.zerochan.net/Rumia.full.310338.jpg Rumia]]: Rumia]]:''' Doesn't this look like it's saying "The saint was crucified"? [[spoiler:(cross : 十字形)]]\\
Marisa: '''Marisa:''' It looks like "Humanity started using the decimal system." [[spoiler:(ten : 十)]]



** ''VideoGame/{{Xenoblade}}'', ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'', and ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'' all have plenty of Biblical symbolism, with varying degrees of relevance. This is lampshaded near the end of ''2'', when Malos finds out [[spoiler:that the true names of the three Aegises]] were Logos, Ontos, and Pneuma (Greek for Mind, Body, and Soul). When Malos asks what those names mean, he is snarkily told that they mean the people who created them were pretentious fools.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Xenoblade}}'', ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles1'', ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'', and ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'' all have plenty of Biblical symbolism, with varying degrees of relevance. This is lampshaded near the end of ''2'', when Malos finds out [[spoiler:that the true names of the three Aegises]] were Logos, Ontos, and Pneuma (Greek for Mind, Body, and Soul). When Malos asks what those names mean, he is snarkily told that they mean the people who created them were pretentious fools.



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** Other examples would be the Acolytes, Exodus and Joseph[[note]]who was, to be fair, named in-universe by a Catholic nun[[/note]]. But this type of thing had been going on since the 1960s when you had Professor Charles Xavier (the name of a Catholic saint, made even more blatant when they added the middle name Francis), the original X-Man Angel (the name "Beast" presumably is only coincidentally reminiscent of the Book of Revelation), and villains Juggernaut (who gets a Hindu-Judaeo-Christian trifecta as his civilian name is Cain and he is Professor X's step-brother) and Lucifer. In the 1970s and 1980s there would also be two characters called Ariel, the Hellfire Club, Jubilee, two Thunderbirds (of Amerindian fame), Karma, Nimrod, Rachel, and Legion. And names from Graeco-Roman mythology like Cyclops, Proteus and Callisto.

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** Other examples would be the Acolytes, Exodus and Joseph[[note]]who was, to be fair, named in-universe by a Catholic nun[[/note]]. But this type of thing had been going on since the 1960s when you had Professor Charles Xavier (the name of a Catholic saint, made even more blatant when they added the middle name Francis), the original X-Man Angel (the name "Beast" presumably is only coincidentally reminiscent of the Book of Revelation), and villains Juggernaut (who gets a Hindu-Judaeo-Christian trifecta as his civilian name is Cain and he is Professor X's step-brother) and Lucifer. In the 1970s and 1980s there would also be two characters called Ariel, the Hellfire Club, Jubilee, two Thunderbirds (of Amerindian fame), Karma, Nimrod, Rachel, and Legion. And names from Graeco-Roman mythology like Cyclops, Proteus and Callisto.


* For all the [[ContemplateOurNavels philosophical rambling]] and half-symbolism in ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' they mostly avoid religious imagery. But in the last episode of ''Second Gig'', Batou grabs a cross beam and holds it over his shoulder before using it to free Motoko. And, well... [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/NotSymbolicAtAll.jpg judge for yourself if this is supposed to be symbolic]]. And the Tachikomas' self sacrifice at that same moment.

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* For all the [[ContemplateOurNavels philosophical rambling]] and half-symbolism in ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' they mostly avoid religious imagery. But in the last episode of ''Second Gig'', ''2nd Gig'' lays it on thick as Motoko offers Kuze an apple while Batou grabs a cross beam and holds it over his shoulder before using it to free Motoko. And, well... [[https://static.them from teh rubble they're trapped under, ([[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/NotSymbolicAtAll.jpg judge for yourself if this is supposed to be symbolic]]. And symbolic]]) and the Tachikomas' self sacrifice at that same moment.



* ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex 2nd Gig'' lays it on thick in the final episode, with The Major offering Kuze an apple while Batou uses a cross-shaped piece of steel girder to dig the two of them out of the rubble they're trapped under.



* In ''Film/{{Elysium}}'' the titular space station where the rich and powerful take residence after abondoning the destitue Earth, has a shape of a wheel with five equidistant spokes. So every time it or it's outline is shown on screen, it's positioned to look like an inverted pentagram. Subtle.

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* In ''Film/{{Elysium}}'' the titular space station where the rich and powerful take residence after abondoning the destitue Earth, has a shape of a wheel with five equidistant spokes. So every time it or it's outline is shown on screen, it's positioned to look like an inverted pentagram. Subtle. It's also named after the paradisical afterlife realm from Greek mythology. [[EverybodyHatesHades Looks like someone mixed up Hades with Satan again]]--poor guy just can't catch a break.


** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Sword of Flames/Blazing Blade]]'', Eliwood receives a sword named Durandal, said to have been wielded by the hero Roland. Both of these names are taken directly from a French legend.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade Sword of Flames/Blazing Blade]]'', Eliwood receives a sword named Durandal, said to have been wielded by the hero Roland. Both of these names are taken directly from a French legend.


* In ''Film/{{Darkman}}'', the titular character has his hand shot by a nail gun. Think about it.

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* In ''Film/{{Darkman}}'', the titular character has his hand shot by a nail rivet gun. Think about it.


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* The locusts in ''Film/ExorcistIITheHeretic''. They are summoned by Pazuzu and used as his symbol of choice... or something. They are some kind of commentary on mankind's evil as implied by Creator/JamesEarlJones' scene. And... that's it. Maybe. Creator/LindaBlair claims that she has no idea what the locusts mean to this day.

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* The locusts in ''Film/ExorcistIITheHeretic''. They are summoned by Pazuzu and used as his symbol of choice... or something. They are some kind of commentary on mankind's evil as implied by Creator/JamesEarlJones' scene. And... that's it. Maybe. Creator/LindaBlair Linda Blair claims that she has no idea what the locusts mean to this day.day.
** For that matter, who is "the Heretic" from the title, and why.

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* The locusts in ''Film/ExorcistIITheHeretic''. They are summoned by Pazuzu and used as his symbol of choice... or something. They are some kind of commentary on mankind's evil as implied by Creator/JamesEarlJones' scene. And... that's it. Maybe. Creator/LindaBlair claims that she has no idea what the locusts mean to this day.


** The brief shot of Japanese Zero startling a housewife as she is hanging up clothes (invented for the film, as the attack happened at 7:00 AM). There are three posts, and the largest one to her left (but not the others) looks exactly like a Christian cross.

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** The brief shot of Japanese Zero startling a housewife as she is hanging up clothes (invented for the film, as the attack happened at 7:00 AM). There are three posts, and the largest one to her left (but not the others) looks exactly like a Christian cross. The woman kneels before it.


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* At the conclusion of his final statement at the trial, the notorious serial killer, Ted Bundy spread his arms in a gesture that was universally interpreted as trying to gain the jury's sympathy by comparing himself to Jesus. This backfired as the religious jurors saw it as a mockery of their beliefs.

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