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konnichiwa. steven spielberg desu.


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While going through his famous grandfather’s belongings after his passing in 1937, violinist Lars Sigerson discovered this casket with its gruesome contents. It appears to have been passed from generation to generation within his family for hundreds of years. The explanation and whatever story that goes with it has been lost to the ages.
The inscription on the casket is written in old Norse runes and reads:
“Behold! Within this casket lies the heart of the fierce and terrible giant known as Hrungnir, slain this day by Fafrd the Red whose bravery and cunning shall live forever!”
The human heart housed in the box came from a larger than average man, probably one suffering from Gigantism, an oversupply of growth hormone which leads to excessive height and often conditions such as acromegaly. Research indicates it was roughly cut out and preserved with salts, the same process the ancient Norse would use to preserve fish and meat for their Viking voyages and to survive the long winters.
Little is known about Fafrd the Red, who is only mentioned briefly in Eymundar pattr hrings, the Tale of Eymundu. In this tale, he is described only as a tall, red-haired youth with a strong arm and a clever wit.
After studying this item, Sir James Frazer hypothesized that the heart may have birthed the Norse folk tale of The Giant Who Had No Heart in His Body collected by Asbjornsen and Moe in Norwegian Folk Tales (1848).

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found footage movies are honestly the most depressing thing about the state of the horror movie industry in terms of quality because now “low budget” doesnt mean charmingly bad special effects and b list acting, it means unwatchable shaky-cam  horseshit with 80000 filters to make the footage look like it was hit by a car several times and dumped in the ocean to try and mask the fact that you dont have any actual scary things to put on screen. found footage films literally only work when they provide a plot that actually manages to draw you in to WANT to look closely at hours of eye-searing footage to try and figure out whats going on

Same thing for monster or action movies!