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Blood begins to spurt from the diary as Voldemort convulses. Voldemort’s chest explodes open. A blinding white light shines out. Pieces of Voldemort’s body begin to break off as he desperately wails. His face flakes away, revealing a grotesque screaming skull. Soon all his skin ignites into flame. His burning skeleton crumbles into a mess of gore and green goo. Joe Walker dies. AVPSY <3


Slow Death by Jim Fielder (True Crime)....This was probably one of the best written serial killer books I have ever read. I had never really heard about David Parker Ray before, but after reading this book, I will NEVER forget his name and the horrible things he did. If you like true crime and aren't bothered by alot of gore and detail, this book is a must read! DO NOT read if you are bothered by things like that, because it is very gory.


Love these guys, So Much!! They've been in my life for 25 years now. I'm glad to see them so well. Specially Dave, who has a great life with his beautiful family ♥ All the best for all of you guys,always! Dave Gahan, Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher (Alan Wilder, you are here too) : Thank you so much. Depeche Mode, touching my soul For Ever ♡


33 Extremely Dangerous & Disturbing Indy, Foreign & Underground Horror Films of Last 10 Years (Not Main Stream) For Your Halloween Pleasure... (#33 to 26)

The Midnight Meat Train (2008) - Photographer witnesses brutal murders & horror on late night subway train. Worth a watch. Though it had a predictable ending, it also had an original storyline, wicked humour, good gore & some squirmalicious moments. All-star cast led by Bradley Cooper & Vinnie Jones. The CGI dragged it down for me & the "creatures" were too fake looking, but still worth watching once.


I usually can't deal with horror movies, but this one is amazing. It's definitely more suspense than horror, and you'll NEVER guess the ending (well, I didn't. ;) )

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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)

Captain Barbossa, Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann must sail off the edge of the map, navigate treachery and betrayal, and make their final alliances for one last decisive battle.