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So while browsing the internet I somehow came  across this video of a film ive never heard of. Its called "Maniac" and apparently the guy getting  his head blown off in this scene is none other then Tom Savini! This surprised me and since hes a big thing in the Friday the 13th universe I thought I should link this. (WARNING GORE OBVIOUSLY)

 


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Wow you must be young! Cool! Love it when the younger generation discovers the classics!
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The story behind this scene is great too! They shot a real shotgun through a real car windshield in New York, but they never had a permit to do so. They filmed the scene and ran away.


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The story behind this scene is great too! They shot a real shotgun through a real car windshield in New York, but they never had a permit to do so. They filmed the scene and ran away.

Really!? HAHAHA that is fucking priceless! XD



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YEAH HE WAS!


 Men called him Thu, and as a god*

in after days beneath his rod

bewildered bowed to him, and made

his ghastly temples in the shade.

Not yet by Men enthralled adored,

now was he Morgoth's mightiest lord,

Master of Wolves, whose shivering howl

for ever echoed in the hills, and foul

enchantments and dark sigaldry

did weave and wield. In glamoury

that necromancer held his hosts

of phantoms and of wandering ghosts,

of misbegotten or spell-wronged

monsters that about him thronged,

working his bidding dark and vile:

the werewolves of the Wizard's Isle.





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