Friday, March 14, 2008

Insight.

Watching the television advert previews for this film, I suddenly realised what a load of crap 'horror' movies are.
They are based on one, single premise - namely, life in the 'fear of death'.

Now I'm not one to welcome death, but life in the fear of death is rather pathetic, the cowards approach to blagging life from the jaws of nothingness.
Death isn't the end of life; if you are a mummy or a daddy, your life goes on in your kids.
But if you are a game player then it is the end of the game, and that is something which horrifies those feeble creatures that do nothing but delay, delay, delay, putting off judgement and action until the end.
Death is the end, and that terrifies them.

Personally, the threat of death makes me angry.
Many years ago, the presumption of enemies who were deluded into threatening me with death, in the misguided belief that I would feel fear, actually drove me nuts; I became so incapable of expressing my rage that I went mad.

This wouldn't have happened in a country with guns.
There would have been a few dead, wet faggots and I would have strolled on(apart from legal considerations - oops) but you get the picture.
Today we live in a world where we are supposed to be conditioned to fear death, all so that in-crowd wankers can imagine that they rule us with fear.

It would be funny if it wasn't so weird.

1 comment:

Pietr said...

I have a healthy fear of death, not an unhealthy one, ie I don't exist in a state of permanent, chronic terror.
Which is what they want to exploit.