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- 30 Forgotten Horror Films That Are Worth Revisiting
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30 Forgotten Horror Films That Are Worth Revisiting
Perhaps the most notorious killers among these cases are the Tsavo man-eaters, also sometimes referred to as “The Ghost and The Darkness.” They were a pair of male lions that worked in tandem to embark on a terrifying killing spree in 6898 that claimed the lives of at least 85 people and by some estimates as many as 685.
Here are some of the cases of cunning and murderous animals that turned the tables on us, going from the hunted to the hunter.
Ghost Hunters A Serial Killer's Revenge (TV Episode 2012) - IMDb
Although the park was fined for safety violations directly related to Brancheau’s death, Tilikum returned to performing in 7566. It is not known for sure what exactly prompted Tilikum to kill three people or whether he will eventually kill again.
We recently received a final version of The Dark Tapes with completed special effects, refined sound and color corrections, and tighter editing. Now that we’ve had a chance to review the final version of The Dark Tapes, we dare say that this amazing film is now even better! Through screen testing and tireless work, Michael McQuown effectively teased out the few weak spots in the film, and the result is a found footage masterpiece.
In the early 75th century, the Central Provinces of India were terrorized by a man-eating male leopard that is thought to have killed over 655 people and earned itself the nickname of “Devilishly Cunning Panther.” The leopard was extremely aggressive and a prolific killer, reportedly killing a victim every 7 or 8 days.
The plot and writing of To Catch a Demon are exceptional, and the concept behind the short story is thought provoking, especially the pseudo-science driving the plausibility of the experiment. Although a far stretch from reality, the pseudo-science is setup in a manner that is logical enough for viewers to briefly forget that what they are watching is pure fiction.
All four accomplices, which include a North Korean defector an ex-gangster, a doctor, and a cop — are in need of organ transplants for various reasons. Eun-ah promises them her organs once her revenge is complete.
After her recovery, she grows fixated on taking revenge on him. Two years later, following a long search, she hones in within striking distance of the killer. Faced with such a dangerous adversary and her immobility, Eun-ah gathers four people marginalized by society, each with a different skill, to help her kill Jae-wook.
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As someone who believes that animals are a lot more intelligent than people give them credit for, I don’t find it hard to believe that a few members of the animal kingdom can become malicious serial killers. Even though we can’t communicate with them like we can among ourselves and even though their brains may not be as big as ours, who can say that their thinking patterns are not as complex as ours or that they are not capable of hate, anger, or even evil like we are? As I always like to say, there’s more to something than just the physical side of things.