Surely you often ask yourself, "How many gruesome screen deaths has my favorite actor or actress died, and in what films?"

No? Not a common question of yours?

Nonetheless, you will probably still find Cinemorgue somewhat fascinating.

Maybe WU-vies will share their favorite cinematic death scenes with others. The weirder, the better, of course.
     Posted By: Paul - Tue Jul 16, 2013
     Category: Death | Eccentrics | Movies

Dr. Franknfurter (and his creature, Rocky) are both killed by his servant cum commander at the end of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. It takes a number of shots from the laser gun before Rocky finally dies, while climbing a mock radio tower with Franknfurter on his back, and they both plunge into the swimming pool, the radio tower falling with them .
Posted by Eddie on 07/16/13 at 10:28 AM
Scarface chainsaw death, one of cinema's greats, only matched by the drill death in Body Double.
Posted by dumbledoor on 07/16/13 at 10:47 AM
Boba Fett into the maw of the Sarlacc. "URP!"
Posted by KDP on 07/16/13 at 11:13 AM
Some great cinematic moments, guys. Keep them coming!
Posted by Paul on 07/16/13 at 11:39 AM
I thought Kevin Kline in "A Fish Called Wanda" Getting rolled over by a steamroller driven by Michael Palin as "Ken" and teasing him " K-K-K-Ken
is T-T-T-Trying to K-K-K-Kill me!!", Then I remembered that he survived!(the cement was wet!) :lol: :coolsmile:
Posted by Tyrusguy on 07/16/13 at 12:36 PM
Once I saw a cheap horror flick where the killer rigged a microwave to run with the door open. Then he tied this guy up and stuck his head in the microwave and turned it on. The guy started counting backwards out of sequence and speaking gibberish then his head exploded. The scene in 'Scarface' where they cut a live guy up with a chainsaw in a motel bathtub was particularly gruesome.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 07/16/13 at 09:30 PM
And let's not forget the scene from "Untouchables" where DeNiro is talking about baseball and teamwork then bashes the guy's head in with the baseball bat.
Posted by Dave on 07/17/13 at 07:38 AM
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