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seiryu wrote:
Wed Oct 21, 2020 1:46 am
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Mon Oct 19, 2020 7:16 pm
and yes, I am a person, who eats my dinner during horrors XD
Hahaha...I usually don't go to horror movies in theaters since I end up laughing! It's not at other people...it's more the stupidity of choices by the characters. But so much detail (especially on her face) despite the super simple color scheme.
I don't really watch horrors that seem stupid from the first look :D I love it rather if they're very psychological, making you feel scared, even if you see very little, with stories hard to grasp (or based on reality) or with open questions, making you think about the ending or its final message, with interesting twist at the end and such, but those aren't that frequent :( I don't really need to watch jump scares to enjoy it, the same goes with those pointless sloughters "for fun", those are often very stupid and unsightly. But in general I don't mind the bloody scenes and eating dinner is not a problem, if I'm hungry XD


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Fri Oct 23, 2020 6:36 pm
I don't really watch horrors that seem stupid from the first look :D I love it rather if they're very psychological, making you feel scared, even if you see very little, with stories hard to grasp (or based on reality) or with open questions, making you think about the ending or its final message, with interesting twist at the end and such, but those aren't that frequent :( I don't really need to watch jump scares to enjoy it, the same goes with those pointless sloughters "for fun", those are often very stupid and unsightly. But in general I don't mind the bloody scenes and eating dinner is not a problem, if I'm hungry XD
Maybe I'm extremely biased by American horror. Most of it is the "jump scare" where it is just loud and supposedly unexpected shock scenes. It is super for me cliche because it is excessively soft before the shock scene (so this is why I end up laughing instead of other reactions).

Being in the medical field, blood was part of the norm for at least some of my experiences. Plus, I got to do a fully body dissection over a semester, so gore is more intriguing (if it can be anatomically accurate). Or for me at least. I do think we are in the minority though.
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This one is great! I don't think I'm a fan of Kohaku's expression though. Even without the text, it's pretty straight forward on what is being said in the spoiler one.


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Maybe I'm extremely biased by American horror. Most of it is the "jump scare" where it is just loud and supposedly unexpected shock scenes. It is super for me cliche because it is excessively soft before the shock scene (so this is why I end up laughing instead of other reactions).
There are many kinds of them, but the majority often gets ppl to be biased when the genre is mentioned. Unfortunatelly.

Some studies says that laughing is a sort of defensive mechanism when startled ;) but it really depands what movie you actually watch, and there are indeed many stupid American movies that ruin the genre by that stupidity, a~ah, such a shame.
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Being in the medical field, blood was part of the norm for at least some of my experiences. Plus, I got to do a fully body dissection over a semester, so gore is more intriguing (if it can be anatomically accurate). Or for me at least. I do think we are in the minority though.
I will talk about slightly nasty stuff, so gonna use spoiler..
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One thing is not being bothered by sight, other thing is not being bothered by sight, nasty sounds and smell. That combination can be really hard for many. When you mentioned dissection I remembered what one of my friends told me about pathology. I think they had to stay hours in a morgue and had to watch the cutting of the dead's organs. I would be bothered by the smell for sure. Especially if smell would be similar to formaldehyde. In the past I took part of a special biology course, where we could try to stuff dead birds with all the gutting and brain removal....well, I didn't mind it. But we used formaldehyde for conservation and when I checked the bird later, it was sth horrible to smell. I will never forget that, ugh.
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Free hugs XD
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This one is great!
Thanks ^_^
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Even without the text, it's pretty straight forward on what is being said in the spoiler one.
DUH, just wanted to introduce the pic' :)


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angellucy wrote:
Sat Oct 24, 2020 7:15 pm
There are many kinds of them, but the majority often gets ppl to be biased when the genre is mentioned. Unfortunatelly.

Some studies says that laughing is a sort of defensive mechanism when startled ;) but it really depands what movie you actually watch, and there are indeed many stupid American movies that ruin the genre by that stupidity, a~ah, such a shame.
Ah, yes. I think even "The Ring" was supposedly just not the same with the Americanized version. So I too enjoy "real" horror. I don't think I've seen an American movie that has this from start to end though. I know I didn't laugh while watching the scary scenes of The Ring.
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Sat Oct 24, 2020 6:30 pm
Maybe I'm extremely biased by American horror. Most of it is the "jump scare" where it is just loud and supposedly unexpected shock scenes. It is super for me cliche because it is excessively soft before the shock scene (so this is why I end up laughing instead of other reactions).
There are many kinds of them, but the majority often gets ppl to be biased when the genre is mentioned. Unfortunatelly.

Some studies says that laughing is a sort of defensive mechanism when startled ;) but it really depands what movie you actually watch, and there are indeed many stupid American movies that ruin the genre by that stupidity, a~ah, such a shame.
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Sat Oct 24, 2020 6:30 pm
Being in the medical field, blood was part of the norm for at least some of my experiences. Plus, I got to do a fully body dissection over a semester, so gore is more intriguing (if it can be anatomically accurate). Or for me at least. I do think we are in the minority though.
I will talk about slightly nasty stuff, so gonna use spoiler..
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One thing is not being bothered by sight, other thing is not being bothered by sight, nasty sounds and smell. That combination can be really hard for many. When you mentioned dissection I remembered what one of my friends told me about pathology. I think they had to stay hours in a morgue and had to watch the cutting of the dead's organs. I would be bothered by the smell for sure. Especially if smell would be similar to formaldehyde. In the past I took part of a special biology course, where we could try to stuff dead birds with all the gutting and brain removal....well, I didn't mind it. But we used formaldehyde for conservation and when I checked the bird later, it was sth horrible to smell. I will never forget that, ugh.

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I literally just typed the same thing with Weeby. I truly hope you never have to smell rotting living flesh...It is in a completely different universe from preserved flesh. That smells refreshing compared to absolutely putrid smells that last for multiple days. I was just checking in on patients (only a few minutes and probably 10-15 minutes total), but the smell lasted for 36-48 hours...I've had many labs, so I've acclimated to the smell of formaldehyde. So I can 100% guarantee you never want to smell living flesh rotting. Definitely a spoiler tag is needed since the thought of it is pretty gruesome.
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DUH, just wanted to introduce the pic' :)
Are there versions with the text? I'm kinda curious about the thought processes of the artists when they choose to add text.


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Ah, yes. I think even "The Ring" was supposedly just not the same with the Americanized version. So I too enjoy "real" horror. I don't think I've seen an American movie that has this from start to end though. I know I didn't laugh while watching the scary scenes of The Ring.
I even read The Ring, but it wasn't scary at all comparing with the movie, that one was really nice.
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I literally just typed the same thing with Weeby. I truly hope you never have to smell rotting living flesh...It is in a completely different universe from preserved flesh. That smells refreshing compared to absolutely putrid smells that last for multiple days. I was just checking in on patients (only a few minutes and probably 10-15 minutes total), but the smell lasted for 36-48 hours...I've had many labs, so I've acclimated to the smell of formaldehyde. So I can 100% guarantee you never want to smell living flesh rotting. Definitely a spoiler tag is needed since the thought of it is pretty gruesome.
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Yes, I belive how awfull it is. I even think some of volatile chemical substances in higher concentrations can induce vomiting or nausea naturally. And in the closed rooms it adds up, ugh, very nasty. Especially in summer >_<
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Are there versions with the text? I'm kinda curious about the thought processes of the artists when they choose to add text.
I saved the pic long ago, so I'm not sure, but I don't think there was any detailed text. And if there was, not in English :D


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Sat Oct 24, 2020 8:03 pm
I saved the pic long ago, so I'm not sure, but I don't think there was any detailed text. And if there was, not in English :D
It's still extremely enjoyable! Plus probably more fun to fill in the blanks. I hope you have some friends that enjoy real horror too! Definitely more fun with others. And super fun when one friend is completely anti-horror of any kind (and everyone forces him to go see movies anyway).
 


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I saved the pic long ago, so I'm not sure, but I don't think there was any detailed text. And if there was, not in English :D
It's still extremely enjoyable! Plus probably more fun to fill in the blanks. I hope you have some friends that enjoy real horror too! Definitely more fun with others. And super fun when one friend is completely anti-horror of any kind (and everyone forces him to go see movies anyway).
Wahah, just one, we listened to horror stories, when we went to sleep <3

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@sweetjacky My dream of a triple bike has come true <3
Why does the bike look like it's farting? :rogerlul:

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@angellucy I-is Hyoga naked???
Omg it really looks like it :pfft:


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It’s gas powered, obviously lol


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