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  • Looperreallyreallysucks


    The following candidate doesn't have a page yet. Will write it up once this discussion concludes.



    Broadchurch is an ITV mystery/drama series that ran from 2013 to 2017. It is about an 11-year-old boy called Danny Latimer who is found dead in the seemingly peaceful town of Broadchurch. The ensuing investigation unravels multiple lies and secrets that the townspeople have been keeping. The main protagonist Alec Hardy moves to Broadchurch after failing an investigation in the town of Sandbrook, and once he solves the case in Broadchurch, he solves the Sandbrook case in the second season. He considers moving out of Broadchurch before deciding to stay, and in the third season, he is tasked to solve a rape case. And this is where our candidate Le…




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  • Looperreallyreallysucks

    The following character is not named in the movie, but for convenience' sake, I will call him Werner Kniesek in this proposal because the character was inspired by Kniesek and it is thus his unofficial nickname.



    Angst is a 1983 Austrian horror film. It is about a psychopath who was recently released from prison who goes on a killing spree, and it was inspired by the story of a real life mass murderer called Werner Kniesek.


    Werner Kniesek is the main protagonist and the narrator of the film. When he was a child, he was horribly abused by his mother. She eventually abandoned him, and he was sent to live with his grandmother. His grandmother wanted him to become a priest, so she sent him to a convent to train to be one. However, his bloodlust ca…




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  • Looperreallyreallysucks

    Thought I should give this a try seeing how the character in question is a realistic representation of sexual predators.



    Tape is a 2020 independent drama film. It tackles the subject of sexual predators in Hollywood.


    Lux St. Seguin is the main antagonist of the movie. He is a sexual predator who would "befriend" aspiring actresses, promise to help launch their career, and then manipulate and pressure them into having sex with him. Whilst having sex, he would film himself and then upload the footage onto pornographic websites afterwards. He has done this to multiple women in the past, including Rosa (who spends the movie stalking him and his latest victim Pearl in order to expose him to the public).

    In the movie, after aspiring actress Pearl tr…




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  • Looperreallyreallysucks

    Been meaning to make this removal for a while but haven’t been able to get around to it.



    Madame Kovarian is a high ranking member of Papal Mainframe (a religious organization in outer space). She serves as the main antagonist of the entirety of the Eleventh Doctor’s storyline. After learning that the utterance of the Doctor’s name through a crack in time will bring the Time Lords out of a pocket universe that they were locked in during the Time War and risk the continuation of the war, Kovarian travels back in time with the Silence (a race that was genetically engineered by Papal Mainframe to be forgotten at the moment they are no longer being looked at) and comes up with numerous ways to kill the Doctor, from blowing up his Tardis (which i…



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  • Looperreallyreallysucks

    Second Doctor Who formality post in a series of planned ones.



    House is the main antagonist of the series 6 episode “The Doctor’s Wife”. It is a sentient asteroid located in a bubble universe.

    House had a couple of injured travelers who ended up on its surface “repaired” using the remains of Time Lords that it killed in order to turn them into his slaves and have them do his bidding. As a means of supplying itself with energy, House had several Time Lords lured onto its surface before butchering them, extracting the consciousness of their TARDISes, storing said consciousness into humans (which would allow it to safely burn out without disrupting time and space continuum), and feeding off the remaining Artron energy.

    In the episode, House has t…



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