Live Poll: Things You Would Never Say to a Horror Movie Character

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There are some things you surely wouldn't say to a horror character, if you would meet him in real life. But when you fictionally would, what would be the most dangerous no-go appeal?

(on good or bad side)

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls022635255/
https://www.imdb.com/poll/WxjaS7ddtMY/
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Breumaster,
My vote:
To Count Dracula: "I just cut my finger. Could you please hand me a plaster?"

For your information: The British call them plasters; Americans call them bandages.

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The dollar sign goes before US currency. Please correct spelling of lending in #12:
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls022635255/mediaviewer/rm1311084032
To Ash: "You owe us 102.708,12$ library lendig fee for this strange old book!"

To:
To Ash: "You owe us $102.708,12 library lending fee for this strange old book!"

#10 may be a tad inappropriate.
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls022635255/mediaviewer/rm1281792000
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In the United States, we use commas to separate every third order of magnitude, and a dot for the radix, so it should be "$102,708.12".
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Thank you, I'll correct it. :D
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Sorry, sometimes I forget that Americans are more sensitive about these topics. ;)

I changed it. Do you think it's more appropriate now? Please be free to correct me, if
I do wrong. That's the best way to learn. ;)  I always stumble on this $-thing! ;)
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Breumaster,

Yes, this is more appropriate.
To Carrie: "Towel?"

= = =

Please change:
To Ash: "You owe us $102.708,12 library lendig fee for this strange old book!"

To:
To Ash: "You owe us $102.708,12 library lending fee for this strange old book!"
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Thank you, Dan. :) I corrected it.
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Breumaster, you could spell out "dollars" instead (thus keeping it at the end), if you prefer. On that note, If you wanted to be transcriptional, you would go with "You owe us a one-hundred-two-thousand-seven-hundred-eight-dollar-and-twelve-cent lending fee for this strange old book!"
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Breumaster,
Thanks.
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Thank you, Jeorj. :)It's nice you show me alternative proceedings. I wanted to keep it as numerical amount for keeping the text shorter and more sleek. But I keep your advice in mind for other occasions, when I can't express it with numbers.
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Very creative Breu! I personally really like:

To Hannibal Lecter: "Hello, Mr. Lecter. I'm of Jewhovah's Witnesses. Would you like to talk with me?"
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Jewhovah should be corrected to Jehovah.
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Wow. Good catch, Peter. LOL...
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Sorry for the "w" in "Jehovah's".  I corrected it. Don't want to mess with them both. That would get me into trouble for sure. ;)  I corrected that. ;)
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'Great idea for a poll and very creative options!

Could you make one edit to the intro? ('add "or her' to the first sentence...)

There are some things you surely wouldn't say to a horror character, if you would meet him or her in real life. But when you fictionally would, what would be the most dangerous no-go appeal?

'Well done intro, by the way! 

I'm not sure what this means, though:
(on good or badside)
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rubyfruit76:

Wendy Torrance and Mike Enslin are victims of the place they have to stay. The other characters are on the bad side, the "active villains". Tallahassy is a good guy (human) in a badguy world (zombies).
Horror most times is a matter of good and evil. Ash for example is a victim of bad occurences. He is the good guy. Anton Phibes is the active villain. But they are all horror movie characters. ;) I wanted to clear this in a short sentence. ;)
I corrected the text and added "or her". That's my german grammar. "Der Charakter" --> "the character" is male in germany. I treated it like "the actor", which can be an actor or an actress. ;)
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I also always use "actor" to mean anyone who acts, regardless of sex. Thanks for the explanation. about "good or bad side." :)
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Breumaster,

I agree with Ruby that this is a very creative poll. I intended to stated this in my first post.

#15
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls022635255/mediaviewer/rm918361344
I had to look up the word shrive. The word is not commonly used. You may wish to change:

To Kane: "Please Father, would you shrive me?"

... to:
To Kane: "Please Father, would you hear my confession?"

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#16

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls022635255/mediaviewer/rm2298224640

In German all nouns are capitalized. In English only proper nouns are capitalized, common nouns are should be lowercase. I frequently capitalize common nouns in English by mistake since I tend to prefer German's convention. The nouns "pea", "soup", "habanero" and "chili" are common nouns and should be lower case. The words "pea" and "habanero" function as adjectives in choice #16.

Please consider changing:
To Regan McNeil: "Pea Soup is boring. Let's try some Habanero Chili and see what's happening then."

... to:
To Regan McNeil: "Pea soup is boring. Let's try some habanero chili and see what's happening then."
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... or to:

To Regan McNeil: "Pea soup is boring. Let's try some ghost pepper chili and see what's happening then."

... or to:
To Regan McNeil: "Pea soup is boring. Let's try some Carolina Reaper chili and see what's happening then."

Notes:


1. "Pea" is capitalized because it is the first word in a sentence, not because it is a proper noun.

2. Carolina Reaper is a proper noun.

3. FYI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhut_jolokia

The Bhut jolokia (IPA: [ˈbɦʊt.zɔˌlɔkiˌja]), also known as ghost pepper, ghost chili, U-morok, red naga, naga jolokia, and ghost jolokia, is an interspecific hybrid chili pepper cultivated in the Northeast Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur.[1][2] It is a hybrid of Capsicum chinense and Capsicum frutescens and is closely related to the Naga Morich of Bangladesh.[3]

In 2007, Guinness World Records certified that the ghost pepper was the world's hottest chili pepper, 400 times hotter than Tabasco sauce. The ghost chili is rated at more than 1 million Scoville heat units (SHUs). However, the ghost chili was shortly superseded by the Infinity chili in 2011, followed by the Naga Viper, the Trinidad moruga scorpion in 2012 and the Carolina Reaper on August 7, 2013.[4]

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I had some Bhut Jolokia, made a chili of it. That doesn't 2 times, it burns three times. Not only on the back, but on the front, too - if you know what i mean. That's not really for eating. I read, there is a new one (2017, Pepper X) that has 3,18 Million Scoville Units of strenght!


I think your suggestion with the Carolina Reaper chili sounds best for the # in the poll, because it sounds really bad. Bad peppers for bad girls. ;) But Habanero is a sort of chili like  Bhut Jolokia. It as it's own name. I don't get it, why writing the one big, the other not. That's complicated, maybe because I don't get the point why.
P.S.:
I've seen "to shrive" is an acient term, basing on the romans language that spread all over Europe and changed here and there by changing in each country and mixing up again. It means something like the german "die Absolution erteilen".
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Breumaster,

Thank you for making the changes. There is still a problem with the capitalization for #16:
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls022635255/mediaviewer/rm2298224640

The words "soup" and "chilli" should be lower case.


Please change:
To Regan McNeil: "Pea Soup is boring. Let's try some Carolina Reaper Chili and see what's happening then."

To:
To Regan McNeil: "Pea soup is boring. Let's try some Carolina Reaper chili and see what's happening then."

I've found that German grammar is much more consistent than English grammar.

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Here is a short story for your amusement.

My German instructor from high school conducted month long tours of Germany and Austria at an extremely low cost during the summer.

At the time the drinking age was lower in Germany than in our state. Some of our class went to a bar called the Hexenturm. The bar was crowed and very warm. One of the young ladies made the mistake of saying “Ich bin heiss.” instead of “Es geht mir heiss.” She was lucky that one of her class mates rescued her from receiving unwelcome attention from a young German male.
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I think, he thought "Ich bin heiss, too, Baby!" ;)

I corrected it. ;)

I guess you mean she better have said: "Mir ist heiss". "Es geht mir heiss" doesn't fit. If you are sick, you can say "Mir geht es schlecht." That's tells one, you are sick anyway (probably without having controll of it). "ist" is a little more direkt, makes things actual. It's bad, that I can't find the right words to tell you the difference. Maybe my explanation makes it more complicated. I hope you nearly can imagin what i meant. ;) "Ist" ~ "it's"

She could have said: "Es ist mir zu heiss hier drin." That means that she feels the place (temprature) is too hot for her. (e.g. Sauna). Everybody knows then, she wants to open a window to cool down or go outside to cool down. "It's too hot in here". I'm astounded to recognize, that americans would let away the "me"-form. Am I right?
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Breumaster,
Thanks for making the correction.
I found your explanation clear. I do not speak German enough to speak it well. However, I can read German with good comprehension and usually can understand most of what native Germans and Austrians say in German.
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Things You Would Never Say to a Horror Movie Character
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Joined on August 30, 2017
https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/people/retsamuerb
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You could add Here
(Saves click click click looking for dupes or new ideas)

1 of 17
To Michael Myers: "Hi Mike, your sister looks cute. I'd really like to date her. Would you help me?"
Titles: Halloween
People: Nick Castle

2 of 17
To Mrs. Voorhees: "Mrs. Voorhees, Jason is a nuisance, please ground him."
Titles: Friday the 13th
People: Betsy Palmer

3 of 17
To Dr. Anton Phibes: "Anton, we have to talk. I had an affair with your wife."
Titles: The Abominable Dr. Phibes
People: Vincent Price

4 of 17
To the nun: "Sister, please could we pray together?"
Titles: The Conjuring 2
People: Bonnie Aarons

5 of 17
To Hannibal Lecter: "Hello, Mr. Lecter. I'm of Jehovah's Witnesses. Would you like to talk with me?"
Titles: The Silence of the Lambs
People: Anthony Hopkins

6 of 17
To Tallahassee: "Oh man, I'm stuffed! I just had the last Twinkie on earth, I guess."
Titles: Zombieland
People: Woody Harrelson

7 of 17
To Count Dracula: "I just cut my finger. Could you please hand me a bandage?"
Titles: Bram Stoker's Dracula
People: Gary Oldman, Keanu Reeves

8 of 17
To Norman: "Hello, Mrs. Bates. Norman caused some trouble you don't want to know about. I won't tell you."
Titles: Psycho
People: Anthony Perkins

9 of 17
To Mike Enslin: "Mike Enslin ... You're on hidden camera!"
Titles: 1408
People: John Cusack

10 of 17
To Carrie: "Towel?"
Titles: Carrie
People: Sissy Spacek

11 of 17
To Wendy Torrance: "BOOOH!"
Titles: The Shining
People: Shelley Duvall

12 of 17
To Ash: "You owe us $102,708.12 library lending fee for this strange old book!"
Titles: Army of Darkness
People: Bruce Campbell

13 of 17
To Freddy Krueger: "Would you like a manicure?", suggested by BlackBolt-3
Titles: A Nightmare on Elm Street
People: Robert Englund

14 of 17
To the Werewolf: "Fetch!", suggested by BlackBolt-3
Titles: An American Werewolf in London
People: David Naughton

15 of 17
To Kane: "Please Father, would you hear my confession?"
Titles: Poltergeist II: The Other Side
People: Julian Beck

16 of 17
To Regan McNeil: "Pea Soup is boring. Let's try some habanero Chili and see what's happening then."
Titles: The Exorcist
People: Linda Blair

17 of 17
To the Mummy: "Congratulations! You won a weekend at our SPA!", suggested by BlackBolt-3
Titles: The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor



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Breumaster,

Please ignore ACT_1's advice. It's much easier to review a poll suggestion when all the discussion is in the same thread.
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Please ignore ACT_1's advice.


Everybody does!!!

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ACT_1, you cannot honestly deny that Dan Dassow makes a good point. Please don't worry about how "messy" this thread is.
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@ Jeorj Euler

and If I reply here it just gets messier

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ACT_1,

Amended: Please ignore ACT_1's advice in this specific instance. It's much easier to review a poll suggestion when all the discussion is in the same thread.

Please note: I made this recommendation without prejudice to anything else that ACT_1 has stated.
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Bride of Frankenstein  (1935)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0026138/reference
Boris Karloff   ...  The Monster (as Karloff) 
Elsa Lanchester   ...  Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley / The Monster's Mate

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0026138/mediaviewer/rm229101056

To: Mr & Mrs Monster "So, when is your baby due ?

You need a Baby shower?"



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Can not EDIT to add:

Oh, and a few years later...

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057773/mediaviewer/rm532817920


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Is this an official suggestion? I would put it on the list.

Even if your 'The Munsters'-comment does not fit to the list, I must admit it's a funny epilogue of your associations. :)
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And for the suggestions ... what is your profile url on IMDb?Greets. :)
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Is this an official suggestion? I would put it on the list.

by  Breumaster

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No.

I have No quotes for the Munsters - maybe You or someone else can add one ?

You could add GS profile links to you list not IMDbs ? ?

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To the Mummy: "Congratulations! You won a weekend at our SPA!", suggested by BlackBolt-3
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I Was a Teenage Werewolf  (1957)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0050530/reference
Michael Landon   ...  Tony Rivers 

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0050530/mediaviewer/rm1089359616

to ?? "Did you ever think about settling down with a family on a ranch way out west ?"

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde  (1920)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0011130/reference
John Barrymore   ...  Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Edward Hyde 
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0011130/mediaviewer/rm968852736

to Mr. Edward Hyde "I know this fellow Dr. Jekyll and he may be able to help you with your little problem"

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tHyRQOdqf0

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Congratulations, Breumaster!


Things You Would Never Say to a Horror Movie Character
Live Poll: https://www.imdb.com/poll/WxjaS7ddtMY/

Note: You can added choices to the end of your poll as appropriate and ask for a re-push.
FAQ: Poll Authors - Re-Push Requests
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Wow! Thank you! :D
I gotta put the suggestions of ACT_1 on the list and we can do a repush then.
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Dan_Dassow

Did the suggestion of ACT_1 on the list. It can be repushed. :)Or do I have to go tho the Re-Push-Site?
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Breumaster,
I re-pushed your poll.
Generally, it is better to submit re-push request to the thread. However, since I suggested you may do so in this thread, honored your request here.
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I wish you all a nice Independence Day ! :D
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Thank you, Breumaster. Ditto.
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too confuzin to be usin :(

You can change the quote or skip it


Creature from the Black Lagoon  (1954)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046876/reference
Richard Carlson   ...  David Reed
Julie Adams  ...  Kay Lawrence
Nestor Paiva   ...  Lucas
Ricou Browning   ...  The Gill Man (in water) 
Ben Chapman  ...  The Gill Man (on land)

A scientific expedition searching for fossils along the Amazon River
discovers a prehistoric Gill-Man in the legendary Black Lagoon.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046876/trivia?item=tr0663033
The Creature, using the name "Uncle Gilbert",
appeared in an episode of the TV series
The Munsters (1964)
The episode is titled "Love Comes to Mockingbird Heights."
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0653084/reference
Richard Hale   ...  Uncle Gilbert


https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046876/quotes?item=qt0122839
Lucas: There are many strange legends in the Amazon.
Even I, Lucas, have heard the legend of a man-fish.
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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046876/mediaviewer/rm2478033920

to the creature "Sorry, Kay just had a few complaints about buying items from  Amazon"


PS.
IMDb.com is a subsidiary of Amazon.
Amazon is the largest Internet retailer in the world
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https://www.imdb.com/search/title?genres=horror
Most Popular Horror Titles
104,661 titles
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horror_film
"Horror Movie" redirects here

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_horror_films
This is a chronological list of horror films split by decade

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Horror_films
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Lists_of_horror_films
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Lists_of_horror_films_by_year



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Godzilla  (1954)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047034/
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047034/reference

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047034/mediaviewer/rm2430585344



IMDb Travel agency to Godzilla:

"If you enjoyed your tour of Japan we have many other places to visit and you can bring your new friends along too"

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0070122/mediaviewer/rm429528832

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Godzilla, King of the Monsters!  (1956)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0197521/
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0197521/reference
Raymond Burr   ...  Steve Martin 

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0197521/mediaviewer/rm2182267648

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0197521/trivia?item=tr0693170
All the scenes with Raymond Burr were added after the Japanese version of Godzilla (1954)
was finished and shown to Japanese audiences about two years earlier

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The Lost World: Jurassic Park  (1997)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119567/reference
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119567/trivia?item=tr0731743
The Japanese tourists running from the rampaging T-Rex in the San Diego scene
(an obvious homage to "Godzilla" movies)
are saying in Japanese: "I left Japan to get away from this!"



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The Blob  (1958)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051418/
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051418/reference
Steve McQueen   ...  Steve Andrews

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051418/tvschedule
Next US TV Airings: Thu, Jul 05 8:00 PM TCM
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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051418/mediaviewer/rm2943619840

To The Blob: "Are you going to write a review and rate this movie on IMDb?"
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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051418/trivia?item=tr1726268
The strange movie being shown in the theater
was not a phony created for this film.
It was an actual movie originally released as Dementia (1955).
The scenes shown are from the re-cut version titled
"Daughter of Horror", which had narration added.
The voice doing the narration is that of Ed McMahon.

Dementia  (1955)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047976/reference

Cinemassacre's Monster Madness (TV Series)
Daughter of Horror  (2009)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1744952/reference

Bela Lugosi (1882–1956)
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000509/
Not in any of the above


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