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Saddest horror movie deaths?
#71
ACan man?
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#72

The vagrant who collects cans for spare change and discovers the Blob. He goes slowly and painfully.

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#73
A[quote name="Hammerhead" url="/community/t/150595/saddest-horror-movie-deaths/60#post_3921984"]The vagrant who collects cans for spare change and discovers the Blob. He goes slowly and painfully.
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Oooooh ok, gotcha. The Blob is loaded with harsh deaths but it's still a fun movie somehow. At first I thought that you had meant for that to say Candy Man and it was just a typo...but I would have agreed with that too. I've always thought that the way Candy Man becomes Candy Man is horrific in the extreme and really sad..
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#74

 Speaking of The Blob 1988, Shawnee Smith's date's death was sad; he seemed like a nice guy. That is a fun movie because it just keeps getting crazier.

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#75
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Originally Posted by Fraid uh noman View Post

 I've always thought that the way Candy Man becomes Candy Man is horrific in the extreme and really sad..


Definitely agree.

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#76

Larry in Hellraiser deserves a mention.  Guy was a decent husband and a good father.  Didn't deserve to get taken out like that.

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#77

He looked too much like a child molester for me to empathize.

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#78

Vicki the waitress from Jason: Goes To Hell.



She sure was a fighter.

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#79

Frank in Return of the Living Dead.

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