Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)
The Movie: It’s 1991 - two years has passed since Freddy’s last sequel and he’s been a busy boy – there is now only one teenager remaining in the town of Springwood.
It also turns out Freddy has a child, one that was taken away from him - and now he’s out to reclaim his offspring … with deadly results.
Death By: Hearing Aid – In Freddy’s dreamworld, hearing impaired Carlos foolishly puts on a hearing aid given to him by Freddy – which fuses to his ear and amplifies the tiniest sound to extreme levels.
Freddy drops pins onto the steel floor, paining Carlos immensely, before delivering the killer blow – running his knife hand across a blackboard, causing Carlos’ head to explode.
If This Was The Real World: Splashing out on a bang tidy pair of Bang & Olufsen headphones, you put on your Dimmu Borgir CD and crank it up to 11.
The sound is so intense you burst your ear drums, and failing to hear the sound of traffic, walk out in front of an oncoming truck. Splat.
The Movie: Ten years after the events of The Silence Of The Lambs, serial-cannibal Hannibal Lecter is still at large and living in Italy.
His only surviving victim, the wealthy Mason Verger, is determined to capture, torture and kill him – and uses his influence to have FBI Agent Clarice Starling once again assigned to Lecter’s case.
Death By: Eating Your Own Brain – After Agent Krendler (Ray Liotta) gets Starling suspended, Lecter turns up at his home, bringing the wounded Starling with him.
She awakens and walks down into the dining room to see Lecter remove the top of the heavily sedated Krendler’s skull, before taking part of his brain, cooking it and feeding it to him.
If This Was The Real World: Deeply concussed after sustaining serious head injuries in a plane crash, you realise you'll need to eat to have any hope of surviving.
You start cooking this soft meat you keep finding around the place, not realising it’s your own little grey cells. There's not a lot of it, but it's damn tasty.
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