TOP FIVE: DECAPITATIONS

They say that you know you love someone when the thought of their beheading upsets you. Who exactly says that? No idea, but nevertheless it’s an insightful – if slightly morbid- quote, and you should keep it in mind as you try not to lose your head at the puns that await you. All together now… DECAPITATION! FATALITY!

5. Clash of the Titans (1981) – Perseus removes Medusa’s haggish head but he decides to hang onto it and start a sculpturing business. One day P-Dot is cruising on his winged, hornless unicorn when he comes across the Kraken, and he uses the serpentine skull to turn it to stone – quite the bust-up, so it was…

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 4.  An American Werewolf in London  (1981) – An unfortunate Scotland Yard detective bites off more than he can chew , but it’s nothing compared to masticating  fury of his furry adversary. His severed bonce bounces off a car bonnet , but upon closer inspection it’s evidently just a coconut… *facepalm*

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3. Predator  (1987) –  ‘If it bleeds, we can kill it’. Truer words were never spoken Arnie, but don’t forget that the Predators have a similar saying ; ‘If it has a skull and a spine, we can remove it’s skull and it’s spine’. They can be quite cordial fellows though, if you give them a chance…

2. Se7en  (1995) –  Imagine if Morgan Freeman just straight up told him what was in the box; ‘Gwyneth Paltrow’s head, son. Gywneth Paltrow’s disembodied head.’ He could probably make it sound quite comforting.

1. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring  (2001) – Aragorn and Lurtz go head to head beside the dying body of Boromir. At first it was neck and neck, but then it became neck and no-neck. Uruk-Bye!

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