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Wolf Creek ("How can you be found when no one knows you're missing?").
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Just seen the new Friday the 13th and have to say i didn't think it was as bad as some people make it out to be.
Now i know the story is not original and only a rework of bits of the first 3 films,but this type of franchise is never going to develop anything really original story wise.
As far as the new Jason goes he was ok and i like the way they decided to make him quicker and more athletic,if anything it makes him a scarier killer as he would not be as easy to outwit.Though i have to say Kane Hodder is still the best Jason.

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Watched last house on the left last night. It was ok in its story line, very suspenseful. Except for the un-necessary rape scene the rest of the movie was pretty good especially if ya like a good revenge flick. I wont say no more as to not spoil it but I do reccomend chekin it out.
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That unnecessary rape scene is the exact reason I won't watch it.
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quote:
Originally posted by pettyfan:
That unnecessary rape scene is the exact reason I won't watch it.

The only thing I can say about that is you can see it coming a mile away so you can keep your finger on the fast forward button and buzz right thru it. I know what your sayin though, why wreck a movie with garbage like that.
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I saw Halloween 2. I was kind of hoping it would be better than the first Rob Zombie remake since it presumably wouldn't need to spend half the movie on inflated backstory and could just concentrate on straight-ahead slasher action. Well, that didn't help. It was even worse than the first one. I know a lot of people just love his work, so I realize that I risk touching off a whole ridiculous debate here, but I've come to the conclusion that Rob Zombie is the Michael Bay of horror - just an overblown hack who epitomizes style over substance.
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we watched dreamscapes last night it started good but then got corny hubby fell asleep on the couch not a good sign lol
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I've seen the Halloween 2 remake as well...kinda liked the first one, but not a fan of part 2. I disliked any scenes with Rob Zombie's wife as Michael Myers' dead mother, and I really don't like what Zombie did with the Loomis character. As alwyas, the originals are always better.
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Every movie he makes has the exact same look and style. It's all a bunch of flashy cinematography and editing that looks like he's trying to emulate a Nine Inch Nails or Marilyn Manson video from the '90s. And aesthetically, he just revels in white trash, '70s kitsch, grime. That was alright when he was doing House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects since they were homages to '70s revenge/torture flicks like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Last House on the Left (which were low budget, southern, '70s, and grimy looking) but for Halloween it's grossly out of place and makes him look like a one-trick pony. I don't know...maybe he'll improve with time.
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I don't see anything wrong with his style.
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Trick r Treat--very good!
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Just watched Trick r Treat as well...liked it a lot!
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Watched FRAYED. It was too long and it had like 4 false endings. No Sir. I did not care for it.
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Orphan--very good...has a twisted ending....
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Stan helsing. The movie was "meh" material. I'd give it a 6 or 7
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The Children
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I have THE CHILDREN in my house right now. How was it?
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The Children was okay. I think it had potential to be better....everyone in the movie got on my nerves, LOL. But it'll make you glad that children don't usually act like those did...
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oh so it was sort of a blessing to see those annoying ******** get wasted, huh? I hear ya!

I'll watch it either tonight or tomorrow night.

I also rented a horror flick for the weekend called DEADGIRL thst supposed to be pretty good.

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UPDATE: Yeah, it was okay. I had hear RAVE reviews... I think its always shocking when the villains are children in these things, sort up ups the creep factor. But REALLY, it didnt rock my world and the people in it were pretty damn stupid and the kids were annoying even before they "truned"! (By the way, what the Hell made them "turn" in the first place? Was that ever mentioned???
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No, I don't think it did. I wondered what made them turn too.
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we went to the red box today and wanted to rent either train or deadlines but of course neither was available so we got the star trek movie instead has anyone seen the other two scary movies? are they worth watching?
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Alive or Dead...it was, well, it was interesting.
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A German vampire flick called FROSTBITTEN (although when the title came up on screen it was spelled "FROSTBITEN") Pretty good actually. I would recommend, especially around this time of the year, as the whole thing takes place in the snow!
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PARANORMAL ACTIVITY I had heard ahead of time it was either a Love It or Hate it movie. Well, I hated it. What a bore. My husband liked it though.
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