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Comments about the soundtrack for Edward Scissorhands (Danny Elfman)

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Re: Edward the Demon and his Unholy Music
• Posted by: Nicolai P. Zwar   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, February 29, 2016, at 9:23 a.m.
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• In Response to: Edward the Demon and his Unholy Music (Andreane)
• Now Playing: NP: Danny Elfman: Wolfman

> Danny Elfman is a heathenistic supporter of America's liberal apostasy.
> His music for Edward Scissorhands romanticizes the Antichrist and
> encourages teenagers to worship his evil. Elfman is clearly himself a
> puppet tool of the Antichrist.

Yes, yes... clearly, so that's pretty much pointing out the obvious.

The name 'Elfman' already suggests that he is half Elf, half man. The immortal elf part in him will eventually succumb to the mortal human part in him. Danny knows this. It is evident that because he feels his inner self rotting, his soul was tempted at a very early age to become rotten as well. So he became a willing and uncompromising supporter of the evil one who is the Antichrist. Composing EDWARD SCISSORHANDS was a pivotal step towards making the beginning of the reign of the Antichrist and -- ultimately -- Armageddon inevitable.

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