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Near the beginning of the film, Collie Entragian shoots Peter Jackson through the stomach at the bottom of the stairs to the Police building, killing him. As it cuts to Peter falling over dead, you can clearly see the explosive blood packets attached to Peter's back which were used to create the blood splatters against the wall behind him as he was shot. See more »
Don't hurt her!
Son, I will put a stick through your mother, and spin her around til she catches fire, if I so desire! And you cannot stop me, and I'll come back for you!
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Without remembering exactly how the movie started, I was introduced at the scene where the couple were being arrested by an extremely creepy cop with a viciously unstable aura about him. The portrayal of the character was instantly awe inspiring and intriguing, as he read them their miranda rights, he slipped in the term "I am Going to kill you" as If it were protocol. This whole scene and, from there on, had me freaked inside-out and confused in a very good way. But in tradition of everything Steven King (except the original theatre version of 1408, that was brilliant) it turned sour at some point, exactly the point where someone mentioned a demon or a deity.
4 stars . 8 for the part I loved, -4 for the rest.
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