The Scariest Movie Ever Made

10 Responses

  1. Katherine says:

    Jesus Christ! They have the same black eyes!! I’m never letting my kids out of the house again. Nor will they watch another Disney movie, for that matter. P.S. Can’t get enough of the site. You know women!!!

  2. Ray Bradshaw says:

    That may be the most bothersome thing I’ve ever read. It reminds me of serial killers who hold on to some of their victims’ hair, clothes, jewelry, etc, for a keepsake. The Creeper represents an evil predator’s desire to retain a victim’s suffering, permanently. Sick shit. I’ve heard of Salva’s case, and I’ve seen the movie, but I’d never put the two together until I read your post, which I’ll be sharing with my abnormal psych professor. Brilliant stuff.

    • Jon says:

      Shrewd insight. Let me know what the ‘ol professor thinks of the piece.

      • Ray Bradshaw says:

        He read it to the students, which led to an open discussion. Then, after class, he looked over your piece on why women like assholes, laughed, and called you Jung on steroids. Thumbs up, dude.

        • Jon says:

          Very cool. I’ve always thought of Jung as a misogynist and a bit of a cocky asshole, so I’ll take that as a compliment.

    • Jon says:

      That’s some shadow. Jung would’ve, no doubt, appreciated “The Creeper.”

      • Lauren says:

        I completely agree. The Creeper as an unconscious projection of Salva’s most basic, primal, evil desires. The face in the mugshot is merely a part of his skin suit. The Creeper is what lies beneath. Truly frightening.

  3. Dazz Devynn says:

    As a child rape survivor from age 8 until just before I turned 18 I can understand how you would feel this way, but forgiveness and letting go are the only ways to growing and getting past it. However, never forget.

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