- n. Unnecessary, unprovoked (usually brutal) violence; violent acts simply for the thrill and entertainment of it.
- ultra + violence (Wiktionary)
“Time travel, ultraviolence and medieval madness - divine intervention rendered fantastically by Rice ...”
“Super Punch: Win some adorable ultraviolence for your home skip to main | skip to sidebar”
“Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone show uppity young'un Jason Statham old walnuts can still do ultraviolence”
“I went expecting it to be sort of a cross between Kill Bill and Iron Man (or something) - tongue-in-cheek ultraviolence, self-deprecating humor.”
“The ultraviolence in Clockwork Orange terrified me, yes.”
“If you like a bit of the ultraviolence, however, read on.”
“Is A Game of Thrones going to bring the juicy sex and ultraviolence like my beloved True Blood?”
“The books are full sex and ultraviolence and by all accounts (and George can tell you better than any of us fans here could), the show will hew pretty close to those books in that regard.”
“A non-specific teen gang – they're sort of bikers, sort of punks – hole up in a cabin in the woods; their tepid "partying" has barely got started before they are interrupted by a blood-drenched girl who is channelling some sort of sex-obessed demon; she's hardly taken out before a bunch of zoot-suited crazies from the 1950s turn up for more of the old ultraviolence.”
“It seems less threatening than a bit of the old ultraviolence, Clockwork-wise.”
Looking for tweets for ultraviolence.