Lets say I fall into a super-massive black hole's event horizon. Facing outwards towards the event horizon (with the singularity directly at my back), turn on my flashlight. Will those photons emitted by my flashlight actually be able get any further away from the singularity than I was, when I turned it on? Does the answer change if I ask if they get any closer to the event horizon? What if I'm shooting bullets from a gun, rather than photons from a flashlight? What I'm trying to understand is this: I would expect that as one gets even closer to the singularity, the warping of spacetime that prevents escape from the event horizon, would become even more pronounced. Does this imply "onion-like layers" of event-horizons all the way down?