Third, I don't know if the qualitative shittiness of overcharging for an auto repair earns having a tailpipe shoved up your rectum. I don't want to spend too much time on the rights and wrongs of karmic retribution in The Mask, but maybe a solid pun-filled talking-to would've sufficed. These guys, no matter where they go for the rest of their lives, will never forget the time a lime-headed man shouted catchphrases at them as he shoved auto parts up their poop tunnels. That is true, everlasting misery.
In Field Of Dreams, Kevin Costner Causes Supernatural Terror
Before I really begin, I just want to say that half of this movie is lit like goddamn Hellraiser.
It doesn't help that "If you build it, they will come" also sounds like a warning that Pinhead would give you.
In Field Of Dreams, Kevin Costner hears voices -- but, like, the cool kind. The kind that want him to nearly bankrupt his family and build a baseball field in their middle of their cornfield. Costner's wife is totally fine with it, his child is indifferent, his brother-in-law comes around eventually, and James Earl Jones only questions him for two minutes before being like "Ghosts of old baseball players showing up in Iowa? I'm in."
So this isn't a horror movie to any of the main cast. To everyone else in the world, however? It's an inexplicable supernatural phenomena that no one is safe from. And it possesses you without warning. Before the first act is over, Costner is already turning heads in town, and in the funniest shot in the movie, abandoning his family on Christmas to sit and watch his field.
"Your daughter is opening her pres-" "CAN'T A MAN WATCH FOR GHOSTS IN PEACE? CHRIST."
The town starts to treat his family like freaks, but what other choice do they have? Costner's wife gets into a heated argument about book burning during a PTA meeting, and rather than help, Kevin is scribbling "EASE HIS PAIN" on a piece of paper like he's Patrick Bateman. There are multiple cornfield whispers in Field Of Dreams, ranging from "If you build it, they will come" to "Go the distance," but the one that Costner gets stuck in his head while surrounded by the town's population of parents is "EASE HIS PAIN."
"Ease His Pain Hearts KC 4EVER"