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Old 12-29-19, 09:54 PM
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Horrors "in a catatonic state"?

What, out of the horror films you have seen, involve the protagonist in a catatonic state?

I've seen the 1990 classic "Jacob's Ladder", and the 2006 oddity "Sublime".

Both are great voyages into the unknown, giving only vague clues as to the outcome.
In Sublime, I particularly enjoyed "Mandingo", and in Jacob's Ladder I thought the girlfriend was superb.

So what other great catatonic films are there out there?
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Old 12-30-19, 07:04 AM
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You won't get much response in this outdated area. It used to be only for members that monetarily supported the forum. That went away. There is a Movie Talk area for movie discussion.
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Re: Horrors "in a catatonic state"?

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You won't get much response in this outdated area. It used to be only for members that monetarily supported the forum. That went away. There is a Movie Talk area for movie discussion.
Are you sure? I remember the little used Premium area being limited to premium members, but thought that the rarely used Groups area was for everyone.
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Are you sure? I remember the little used Premium area being limited to premium members, but thought that the rarely used Groups area was for everyone.
Isn't this what was the Premium area? I posted the fact that it allowed me to post even though I no longer had the little top hat.
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Pretty sure Premium and Groups were never related. But, it’s not like either got used, outside those sweet giveaways we used to have.
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Re: Horrors "in a catatonic state"?

The horror is the catatonic state of DVD Talk.

To the OP: Patrick is the only movie that immediately leaps to mind.

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