ultraviolence


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ultraviolence

(ˌʌltrəˈvaɪələns)
n
acts of extreme violence, esp those shown on television or film
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According to their "about" page on Facebook, their interests include bath salts, cannibalism, ultraviolence, Engelbert Humperdinck, squanching, eukodol, Qabalah, vellocet, synthemesc, drencrom, etc.
Memorable cutscenes and hypnotizing acts of ultraviolence predominate.
That ultraviolence, to get straight into that again.
Shades Of Cool was suitably icy, all sweeping melodies and wistful vocals, with a squall of guitars near the end, while the brilliant Ultraviolence was loaded with as much malice as it was melancholy.
Other strongly-structured songs - Ultraviolence, Off To The Races - pulled off the same trick.
Since signing her major label deal, 2012's Born to Die, 2014's Ultraviolence and now Lust for Life have all topped the UK chart.
It follows up her UK number one albums Born to Die and Ultraviolence and number two Honeymoon.
Singer Lana Del Rey says she felt stuck with her last two albums - 2014's Ultraviolence and 2015's Honeymoon - and wanted a change for her new record.
55pm INDONESIA-BASED Welsh writer-director Gareth Evans returns with an equally explosive onslaught of choreographed ultraviolence in his sequel to his celebrated 2011 action-thriller The Raid.
The ultraviolence and graphic content have begun to draw comparisons with a 'Game of Thrones' episode, where a clan was betrayed and massacred during the 'Red Wedding.
From Bond to Bourne, such action heroes have become the cliche these days, showing an almost sociopathic lack of feeling as they go about their efficient ultraviolence.
Indeed, the ultraviolence of the Basterds, like the mass murder orchestrated by Shosanna--in both cases reveled in by the film and depicted with gleeful attention--is OK because it's directed against the Nazis, who are bad because they are Nazis, but whose violence is not, for the most part, present in the film.