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  • This remake of Straw Dogs has a horrible bear-trap being mounted on a wall in a fancy house by a bunch of rednecks, who despise the house's bespectacled occupant and lust after his blonde wife.

    Straw Dogs – review

  • You don't have to be Chekhov to suspect that the final credits are not going to roll over an image of that bear-trap still up on the wall, placidly undisturbed.

    Straw Dogs – review

  • Machine gun arm … flying guilliotine … drill bra … but no bear-trap vagina?

    EXCESSIVE BLOOD SPURTING MAKES ME HAPPY

  • This was a self-created bear-trap for McCain, and he's been trying to shake it off his leg ever since.

    Is It Over? Debate Reveals That Dynamic Of Race Is Fixed In Obama's Favor

  • Instead of a machine-gun leg, Rodriguez should have given Rose a bear-trap vagina.

    LIGHTNING ROUND!

  • And so Ms. Sklar had inserted herself into the big feminist bear-trap Mr. Hitchens had set.

    Gender? I Don't Even Know Her! Sklar Charges Sexism, Carter Bristles

  • Which is all good, because where else can you see the classic "rake bit" updated for the modern bear-trap era?

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • Wary of stepping into a bear-trap as this much honey might turn out to be, I walked with hands clasped behind me to feel the reassuring presence of the pearl-handled revolver strapped to the small of my back.

    The Vesuvius Club

  • Wary of stepping into a bear-trap as this much honey might turn out to be, I walked with hands clasped behind me to feel the reassuring presence of the pearl-handled revolver strapped to the small of my back.

    The Vesuvius Club

  • Two liddle, squinchy eyes that wuz all pupil, nose like a burnt pancake, jaws like a bear-trap.

    Fiddler Fair

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