Author Topic: Movies that I wish had gone further or shown more  (Read 2198 times)

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October 10, 2015, 06:49:50 AM

Offline Badman

While not strictly rape scenes these movies have some memorable moments for me. Being a proud owner of a vivid imagination I often wish  there was a 're-imagining'  of a few of these with a directors cut  8)

The Return of Captain Invincible (1983)

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A very cheesy parody movie with Alan Arkin as the titular retired disillusioned superhero dragged back into the fray and Christopher Lee as his singing  arch nemesis Mr Midnight.(Yes! Dracula sings some very camp songs)

There is a scene in which a female companion (reporter?) Patty Patria (from Stan Lee's guide to easy character names) is trapped and attacked by the appliances in an electrical repair shop. Memorable because they start to pull her clothes off and there was a brief flash of cleavage.

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So much potential in one scene with today's CGI and a truly evil villain to follow through..

October 10, 2015, 07:15:46 AM
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Offline Badman

And there are two more with the tenuous link of necrophobia

The Return of The Living Dead II (1988)

Fantastic 80's B-movie about some teenagers hanging out in a graveyard when a chemical agent is released that raises the dead. I watched it in the cinema three times in one week I loved it so much..

The memorable scene was of a punk girl stripping to music on top of a tomb just before the rain starts.. and she gets caught by the rising dead..

Unfortunately they eat her brains and she becomes one of them (yes a topless zombie)

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The red head actress was Linnea Barbara Quigley and her character was called Trash.

if only they'd shown more of her struggles and the zombies were horny not hungry..(not sure if you'd class it as necrophilia as such..)

The 2nd movie is more famous

Poltergeist (1982)

Haunted house apparently based on a true story of a family who discovered their home was built on the site of an old cemetry o nly they didn't move the bodies just the headstones.

Apart form the rolling around the ceiling and running about in a football shirt with bare legs..

The memorable scene is where mother Diane Freeling (played by Jobeth Williams) is desperately trying to get help for her children trapped in the house. She falls into a muddy hole in the backyard (that would have become a swimming pool)...just as coffins start to pop out of the sodden ground..

The sight of her scrambling in the mud terrified for her kids and of the corpses popping up behind her..

Again the potential for the titular poltergeist to animate the bodies and pull her back is priceless..

October 11, 2015, 11:33:22 PM
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Offline vile8r

I loved that scene in Poltergeist. Back in the '80s it was THE Horror movie by which all others were judged!

And Linnea Quigley was a rape victim in several more B movies. I remember her playing a mentally handicapped girl who was raped on the floor of a school locker room by some no-goodniks in Savage Streets (1984), and I'm also pretty sure she was the rape victim in the movie Young Warriors (1983), one of my all time favorite rape scenes, particularly for the way she was stripped of her prom dress.