So, I have this idea for a scene in a movie, but I have no idea for the rest of the movie, so heres the scene. Some people find it really funny, others are like what?
The characters are fighting a bunch of vampires, and the Cool Guy takes out this water cannon and starts blasting the vampires with liquid. When it hits them it burns like acid; the vampires faces melt, they collapse screaming, etc.
Less Cool Guy: Damn, that stuff works on them just like acid! What is it, holy water?
Cool Guy: No, its acid.
That is all.
That would have to be one hell of a super soaker.
And wikipedia tells me that’s exactly what a “water cannon” is…
That’s great, love it 🙂
When cool guy says “It’s acid”, is he speaking literally or metaphorically? I assumed it was literally water (from a “water cannon”). Didn’t get it. But I laughed when the idea hit me that it was literally acid.
I meant the latter.
I probably should have said it was a water cannon type device. Presumably made of sturdier material than the average super soaker.
The makers of “the Lost Boys” had a similar idea in 1987.
I never saw that. What was the similar idea?
They used a small water pistol on a vampire in that flick. Check it out, it’s not too bad.
But what was in it? Just holy water? If so, that’s an old idea.
Add some cursing and it’d be very “John Dies at the End.”