Discussion in 'The Film Room' started by The_Dread_Dormammu, Aug 13, 2020.
I came across this part of the movie when I was younger and man, it fukked me up...
Classic. This was actually supposed to be Creepshow 3.
One of my favorites right there. Loved that segment.
yeah, remember watching this joint as a kid. Sad, but dope and well executed.
That was so sad I always shed a tear for this. Man had it all but you know how women be.
Damn. Im just now realizing, Raiden been sliding in mad black cheeks in the moving picture game.
He even hit Vanity in Tales From the Crypt.
original was in KWAIDAN and based on some old old folk tale..
you can never capture this atmosphere again..80's..gothic..dry ice seting..
Crackaz stealing shyt as usual.
"The Woman of the Snow"
"The Woman of the Snow" (雪女, Yukionna) is an adaptation from Hearn's Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things (1903).
Two woodcutters named Minokichi and Mosaku take refuge in a fisherman's hut during a snowstorm. Mosaku is killed by a Yuki-onna. When the Yukionna turns to Minokichi she remarks that he is a handsome boy and takes pity by sparing him because of his youth. The Yuki-onna warns him to never mention what happened or she will kill him.
Minokichi returns home and never mentions that night. One day while cutting wood he comes across Yuki, a beautiful young woman. She tells him that she is on her way to Edo, as she lost her family and has relatives there who can secure her a job as a lady-in-waiting. Minokichi offers to let her spend the night at his house with his mother. The mother takes a liking to Yuki and asks her to stay. She never leaves for Edo and Minokichi falls in love with her. The two marry and have children, living happily. The older women in the town are in awe over Yuki maintaining her youth even after having three children.
One night, Minokichi gives Yuki a set of sandals he has made. She is stitching a kimono in the candlelight. In the light, Minokichi recalls the Yuki-onna and see a resemblance between them. He tells her about the strange encounter. It is then that Yuki reveals herself to be the Yuki-onna and a snowstorm comes over the home. Despite the fact he broke his word, she refrains from killing him because of their children. Yuki then leaves Minokichi with the children, warning him to treat them well or she will return and kill him. She disappears into the snowstorm, leaving Minokichi heartbroken. Minokichi places her sandals outside in the snow, and after he goes back inside, they disappear as Yuki accepts them.
Rehashed but done well. Ain't nothing original.
Nah he was weak. A creature that looks like Satan tells you to keep your fukking mouf shut you dont tempt him.
That scene fukked me up as a kid but I grew to appreciate it as I got older.
Basically how I feel...lol
sad and grotesque like the fly ending
i know some of yall would still hit rae dawn gargoyle chong
Not as a gargoyle.