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In the words of the great Samuel L. Jackson in Jurassic Park, “Hold onto your butts!“. Scream Factory previously announced that they were gearing up to release a one-two punch double feature of the always fun (and very traumatizing to my childhood) first two films in the Ghoulies series, Ghoulies and Ghoulies II this April 21st, in a brand new double feature Bluray debut. Personally, I love the series, and though it didn’t help my parents getting me to want to sit on the toilet much as a kid, there were plenty of trips to my local video store to pick both of these gems up.
The gang at Scream Factory have put together a good amount of brand new special features as well for this release, even interviews with executive producer Charles Band (who just happened to also direct one of my ten favorite films of all time, »
- Jerry Smith
From toilet-based scares to nasty encounters in the shower, here's a selection of 17 memorable moments of terror in the bathroom...
Nb: the following contains potential spoilers and scenes which may be considered Nsfw.
The scariest moments in horror are often the most intimate - this is why knives are a far nastier, button-pushing instrument of death than the gun. As the Joker famously put it in The Dark Knight, “You can savour all those little emotions...”
Intimacy may be the key to understanding why, in horror films, so many dreadful things tend to happen in bathrooms. The bathroom is often where we go to be by ourselves - either to answer the call of nature, brush our teeth, or simply relax in the bath after a hectic day at work. Equally, the water closet also sees us at our most vulnerable: naked, or at least with our trousers down, and »
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