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* ''[[http://monsterlandtoys.com/video/I%20Married%20A%20Monster%20From%20Outer%20Space.jpg I Married a Monster from Outer Space]]''

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* ''[[http://monsterlandtoys.com/video/I%20Married%20A%20Monster%20From%20Outer%20Space.jpg I ''I Married a Monster from Outer Space]]''Space''

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* The poster for ''Film/TheReturnOfSwampThing'' depicts Abby looking quite happy about being [[BridalCarry Bridal Carried]] by Swamp Thing. It's pretty obviously designed to parody more typical uses of "monster carrying girl" imagery.


* Posters for the 1962 Film/HammerHorror version of ''[[Film/ThePhantomOfTheOpera1962 The Phantom of the Opera]]'' depict the titular Phantom holding the unconscious Christine, but this is something he [[CoversAlwaysLie never does in the actual film]]. Many of the promotional materials tried to market it as a BeastAndBeauty love story, which (ironically given the [[Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera source material]]) was not the case. The relationship between the Phantom and Christine in this adaptation isn't a romantic one.

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* Posters for the 1962 Film/HammerHorror version of ''[[Film/ThePhantomOfTheOpera1962 The Phantom of the Opera]]'' depict the titular Phantom holding the unconscious Christine, but this is something he [[CoversAlwaysLie never does in the actual film]]. Many of the promotional materials tried to market it as a BeastAndBeauty love story, which (ironically given the [[Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera source material]]) was not the case. The relationship between the Phantom and does not appear to have any romantic feelings for Christine in this adaptation isn't a romantic one.adaptation.

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* Posters for the 1962 Film/HammerHorror version of ''[[Film/ThePhantomOfTheOpera1962 The Phantom of the Opera]]'' depict the titular Phantom holding the unconscious Christine, but this is something he [[CoversAlwaysLie never does in the actual film]]. Many of the promotional materials tried to market it as a BeastAndBeauty love story, which (ironically given the [[Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera source material]]) was not the case. The relationship between the Phantom and Christine in this adaptation isn't a romantic one.

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* A key scene in the Film/HammerHorror film ''Film/TheEvilOfFrankenstein'' has [[FrankensteinsMonster the monster]] carrying a girl this way - though in a twist, it's because she's hurt her leg and he's actually being very helpful.


-->-- '''[[http://www.tomparisdorm.com/viewstory.php?sid=4084 Plan 7 of 9 from Outer Space]]'''

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-->-- '''[[http://www.tomparisdorm.com/viewstory.php?sid=4084 Plan 7 of 9 from Outer Space]]'''
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[[caption-width-right:230:"Surely this is a book about robot tentacles and hot girls and not [[KillItWithWater wimpy alien computers]]. Surely!"]]

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[[caption-width-right:230:"Surely [[caption-width-right:230:"[[CoversAlwaysLie Surely]] this is a book about robot tentacles and hot girls and not [[KillItWithWater wimpy alien computers]]. Surely!"]]

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* In ''Film/TheForceAwakens'', the masked Kylo Ren freezes the visibly terrified Rey in place, invades her mind, then knocks her unconscious to capture her for [[MindProbe further interrogation]]. He opts to carry her in his arms into his ship while Finn yells her name, unable to prevent the abduction.


* '''[[TeensAreMonsters Children in Heat]]''', named for the Misfits song, depicts a consensual encounter with a monster. This one is rare because it's much less effective at inciting horror than its sibling subtropes are.

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* '''[[TeensAreMonsters Children in Heat]]''', named for the Misfits song, song by Music/TheMisfits, depicts a consensual encounter with a monster. This one is rare because it's much less effective at inciting horror than its sibling subtropes are.


-->-- '''Plan 7 of 9 from Outer Space'''

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-->-- '''Plan '''[[http://www.tomparisdorm.com/viewstory.php?sid=4084 Plan 7 of 9 from Outer Space'''
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* Erotic-fantasy artist [[http://www.luisroyofantasy.com/en/index.php Luis Royo]] paints lot and lots of these, notably of the "consensual" type...

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* Erotic-fantasy artist [[http://www.luisroyofantasy.com/en/index.php Luis Royo]] Royo paints lot and lots of these, notably of the "consensual" type...

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* Most posters and promotional material for ''Film/TheShapeOfWater'' show Elisa and the [[FishPeople amphibian man]] kissing or embracing.


* '''DeathRay Vision''', involving a woman who screams and/or backs into a corner at the mere sight of the monster ''glancing'' at her. (Perhaps she is GenreSavvy.)

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* '''DeathRay Vision''', involving a woman who screams and/or backs into a corner at the mere sight of the monster ''glancing'' at her. (Perhaps she is GenreSavvy.)

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* The [[http://www.mobygames.com/game/bigfoot_/cover-art/gameCoverId,395602/ cover]] for the Creator/{{Codemasters}} game ''VideoGame/{{Bigfoot}}'' shows [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti the titular monster]] (the protagonist!) grabbing a scared blonde girl. This doesn't show up in the game itself, in which the Bigfoot has a girlfriend of his own species.
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