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“But the two cases that were exceptional, put a mood of depression and fear into all the listening animals, such as humans might experience in an ante-room of hell, listening to the flailing and the flaying of their fellows who had preceded them into the torture-chamber.”
“But if the price you pay for off-stage torture-chamber yowls is the bloodied hero's final outpouring, the exquisite "E lucevan le stelle", you can see the point: art has to be worked for.”
“(Soundbite of song, "Anything I Say Can and Will Be Use") Mr. BURNETT: (Singing) I got a torture-chamber orchestra and a delirium hotel.”
“A Democratic president who expands the war in Afghanistan and closes down one legal blackhole torture-chamber and moves the prisoners to another legal blackhole torture-chamber.”
“AS Hamrah on the current torrent of torture porn: The ingeniously imagineered punishment devices in these movies, along with their chummy torture-chamber repartee and quick recoveries from pain and abuse, aren't so much about the fear of torture as they are about the joy of it - and its necessity.”
“Between solitude and the torture-chamber there is all the difference that there is between a nervous malady and a surgical disease.”
“If this seems quaint in the torture-chamber era of "Saw" or "Hostel," consider that two of the biggest horror hits of recent times -- "The Blair Witch Project" and "The Sixth Sense" -- had not a severed body part between them.”
““So you wished to know the gloomy torture-chamber of pain!””
“I told him what I had heard about Oscar, that his health was breaking down and his reason going, pointed out how monstrous it was to turn prison into a torture-chamber.”
“He will undoubtedly defend his torture-chamber until the bitter end.”
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