Top 10 Creative Horror Movie Weapons

For Dr. Strangelove, Peter Sellers was paid $1 million, 55 percent of the film’s budget.

Worldwide ticket sales for the Saw franchise put it at just shy of a billion dollars, making it the highest earning horror franchise globally.

Francis Ford Coppola would read passages of Heart of Darkness to Marlon Brando on the fractious set of Apocalypse Now after learning the actor had never read the source material.


Top 10 Creative Horror Movie Weapons

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Did You Know That?
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While Casino clocks up a breathtaking 398 uses of the word 'fuck' - and Nil By Mouth and Summer of Sam chuck over 400 F-bombs - a 2005 documentary takes the top spot. The name of the documentary? Fuck.

While Cameron Crowe returns the favour in Minority Report wearing a newspaper. Or hiding behind one. Delete where applicable.

Justin Bieber states that he is a supporter of President Obama.

Pornstar Asia Carrera plays the flatmate of Tara Reid in Logjammin’, the film within the film in The Big Lebowski.

C.S. Lewis reviewed The Hobbit in 1937 saying, ” The Hobbit may well prove a classic.”

The stunt doubles for Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy in the movie "Mad Max: Fury Road" fell in love on set and got married.

The names of the taxi driver and the policeman in everybody's favourite Yuletide outing, It's A Wonderful Life, are Bert and Ernie. The writers working on Sesame Street at the time claim it's merely a coincidence.

An original ending for the classic serial killer film Seven saw Detective Somerset (Morgan Freeman) shooting John Doe (Kevin Spacey). This was followed with the cringeworthy kiss off line, “I'm retiring”. In a move that may well re-establish your faith in a God the scene was storyboarded but never filmed.

According to a study on Academy Award speeches Steven Spielberg has been thanked more than God.

The poop in Trainspotting was made from chocolate. Yummy.

Colin Farrell says that Marilyn Monroe was the first woman he fell in love with

Willow Smith’s musical debut is 8 years earlier than her Dad’s, making her the youngest debuting superstar in her family.

Sigourney Weaver actually made that ‘impossible’ basketball shot in, Aliens: Resurrection.

It’s believed that the movement of Ariel’s hair while underwater was based on footage of the astronaut Sally Ride in zero gravity.

The ornaments that Marv steps on in Home Alone are actually candy

Author Peter Benchley plays the role of a TV reporter in Jaws. Benchley was reportedly thrown off set after continually arguing with Spielberg about the film's ending.

When the movie "Clue" was shown in theaters in 1985 each theater was given 1 of 3 possible endings.

It’s claimed that Woody’s full name is Woody Pride. It’s never actually been mentioned in any of the movies.


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