Throughout the film, her resentment and grief grow a lot more evident because of the overwhelming influence of the Babadook. Throughout the entire film, the death of Oscar is frequently shown in an attempt to display the impact of his passing on Amelia. Because his death is centralized around a vehicle, one of the scene I have chosen to analyze is one of three scenes we see of Amelia and Sam in a car. In the scene, Amelia picks Sam up from his Aunt Claire’s house because he is scaring her daughter by talking to the air.
Have you been up all night thinking about how nice your house is? If you answered yes, and said that you hate all of your nice things inside of your house, then you have found the right market for a gut wrenching house. The outside of this house on 292 West Death Street has a perfect erie river right outside of your deathly front door for drowning all of the poor, helpless, little kids in the dark, dead of the night. The front door will also never close, so you can always invite the demonic murderers right into your merciless house. There has also been a recent coating of lovely new kitten blood that will have all of the evil spirits, clawing at your house wanting you to come out and play a game of death roulette.
“My name is Dr. Moore I need to ask you a few questions if you’re up to it.” Tony thought for a second and finally answered “I’m ready. What do you need?” “I need” the doctor said very softly “you to tell me what happened when her heart monitor stopped.” They sat again in pure silence. Tony broke the silence “She was sitting straight up in her bed her eyes were black with yellow pupils she was talking in an extremely shrill voice” The doctor looked at him like he was crazy “Well…” he said no longer facing Tony “She’s awake…and we had to strap her down she’s gone completely
“Oh Finch,” I say and almost burst into tears. I sit down on one of the chairs by his bed and grab his hand. His hands were freezing. Very carefully, I lift his hand and press my lip against the back of his hand. It was starting to become late and the nurse told me I had to leave, but I didn’t.
When she told the men to see colonel Sartoris, she was not aware that “Colonel Sartoris had been dead for almost ten years” (452) at that point. She kept her house the same way it had always been and was letting it decay while she stayed in it. She refused to clean or change the house at all to preserve it in the old South. She refused to accept death of other people. When her father died, she refused the town from taking his body and burying it.
you were just dreaming it you need to stop watching horror movies before you go to bed. But mom I wasn't watching horror movies last night said, Lucy. tiffany says there is no such thing as a scarecrow that comes to life. Kylee says I do not want to hear another word about it you hear me. Yes mom Lucy says Lucy goes to the kitchen grabs her jacket and puts on.
My uncle Tommy Reece was buried Wednesday surrounded by family and friends. A funeral is a time for reflection and respect and following the body to the grave brings closure, so I’ve heard. With that said, I have yet to attend a visitation or go to a funeral that there wasn’t something strange to occur. Strange in a funny way, haphazard way, or an eerie way. When my aunt and I went to the florist to pick out flowers, I said to the owner, “Please avoid selling any “do-dads.” They knew what I meant.
The dark sky, filled with angry clouds. Just when I thought this day couldn’t get any worse, daddy walks into my room with a letter that has my name on it. “It’s from the SS Margot, we have to leave as soon as possible,” said daddy. When daddy leaves I jump out of bed and put together a suitcase. Once I finished, I went to the family room and our close friend, Miep, is here to take us to where we are staying.
I remember seeing the eye of Hurricane Katrina on tv as it spiraled towards the coast of Louisiana. Suddenly, my body began to shiver, heart pounding overwhelmed with fear, my mind clouded with negative thoughts creating false scenarios thinking the world was about to end. Eventually, I manage to snap out of my trance-like state and run upstairs to my bedroom to pack clothes. I scanned my room looking for my Powerpuff girls backpack and rapidly started packing everything from shirts, jeans, pajamas, and undergarments cramming as much as I could into my bag. Afterwards, I dashed downstairs to unite with my older brother and mother.
Irresponsibility is a theme prevalent throughout the novel seen in characters like Owl Eyes, Jordan, and Daisy; their actions surrounding car accidents and conversations with other characters provide evidence that Fitzgerald desired to convey the irresponsibility of the upper class. At the first party, Nick attends there is an accident as guests begin to leave, and he realizes Owl Eyes was the driver. Owl Eyes makes excuses for his actions and says, “‘Don’t ask me...I know very little about driving - next to nothing” (Fitzgerald 54) while others try to explain to him that the wheel came off and he cannot simply drive away. The topic of driving appears again in a conversation between Nick and Jordan where she states, “‘It take two to make an accident’” (Fitzgerald 58); Nick accuses her of poor driving, but she believes her actions are irrelevant as long as she does not meet someone like herself. Finally, the
He’d never make it safely to Baymore with the man in this condition. Once the others found him gone, they’d begin to search. Being caught on the open road was not a good plan. Jackson would have to hole up, wait for him to heal, then they could make their way to Baymore. His father would have to wait, he decided, as he returned to his new charge.