Is that why people like slashers? That's why I am so upset with how rape is portrayed; many films use the threat of rape or assault as a means to get their main character with their love interest, an idea that promotes the notion that if you save someone from an assault, you deserve a reward or should expect romantic interest from the person you saved.
See if you find any of these valuable.
Everytime the pickaxe hits the stone there are sparks - the man screams.
Amos is a character who was sexually abused as a child, and it both informs a who he is without defining him as an individual.