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Slasher movies follow a certain pattern In a horror picture there is the killer of course but there are also other factors that are consistent For instance the use of weapon is significant The weapon of choice is mostly one that allows intimacy such as a blade or saw where the killer has to be in a very close proximity to the victim Then there is always that terrible place in which something bad has happened to the attacker This place is known to those of the movie to be avoided like a plague The victim of choice is always a young sexy sometimes blond bombshell which who has enough brains as a pea And then there is the final girl who is able to survive the killer and saves the day Though horrific The Silence of the Lamb defies some of the usual patterns of a horrorslasher movie The only similarity is the monster here being Buffalo Bill Buffalo Bill faces gender confusion just as Norman Bates did in Psycho but Bills confusion was trying to decipher his gender Buffalo Bills character was one of self-loathing woman hating and homosexual portrayal Bill had been turned down by clinics to perform a sex change but in his mind he forced himself to believe he was a woman It can be seen that his disappointment of not being able transformed into the lady he pictured in his mind led him to his killing spree Bill led authorities on a chase leaving his skinned victims as clues The difference in this movie compared to others is the victims The usual victims are lusty and sexy young women However Bill has a slightly different taste when it comes to his selection The dead in Silence are not the usual objects of sexual desire They are young yes but they are of the heavy-set type His selected victims were full-figured and roomy in the hips and a
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