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It's that time of the year again! What will you be watching this Halloween month?

* = 1st time viewing


Tonight:

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"Five friends head to a remote cabin, where the discovery of a Book of the Dead leads them to unwittingly summon up demons living in the nearby woods. The evil presence possesses them until only one is left to fight for survival."

1st Oct: * Evil Dead (2013) Rating:  - / 10

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"People are getting murdered down under via a barbed wire noose and then their eyes are gouged out.
There are a variety of suspects at a nearby girls boarding school including students, teachers, and a nun.
We also follow a rivalry between the local surfer townies and a group of preppy guys from a local all-boys school." (IMDb)

Watched Bloodmoon (1990) the other night.

Not a very good australian teen horror flick this one. They try the american formula but it doesn´t work very well. Mediocre stuff.

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I couldn't wait this year, started 1st September. Here's my ratings out of 10 for them [Smile]

September:

Black Rock (2012) - 5
Don't Look In The Basement - 5
The Devil's Daughter (1973) - 6
Lesson Of Evil - 6
Dead Of Night (1972) - 8
Castle Sinister (1948) - 6
The Squad (2011) - 7
Maniac (1980) - 9
American Gothic (1988) - 8
The Night Caller (1965) - 7
Maniac (2012) - 4
The Cabin In The Woods - 1
May (2002) - 7
Fragile (2005) (Balaguero) - 6
Rabies (2010) - 7
Hatchet III - 3
The Night Visitor (1971) - 8
The Visit (2015) - 6
The Torment (2010) - 6
Prime Evil (1988) - 5
Repo! The Genetic Opera - 8
Chopping Mall - 5
V/H/S/2 - 3
The Cicerones - 7
Ghostbusters - 9
Saw V - 5
The Witches (1990) - 9
The Inside (2012) - 5
Lost Boys II: The Tribe - 5
Sundown: The Vampire In Retreat - 7
Catacombs (2007) - 6
The Amityville Horror (2005) - 2
Horror High (1974) - 5
Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters - 7
Terror At The Red Wolf Inn - 7


October:

Ghostbusters II - 9
Dead Time Stories (1986) - 6
Hotel Transylvania - 7
Goodnight Mr. Foot - 6
The Shrine (2010) - 7
Saw VI - 6
Elvira: Mistress Of The Dark - 7
Children Of The Corn (1984) - 8
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) - 10
Children Of The Corn II: The Final Sacrifice - 4
Bewitched (2005) - 7
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre II - 6
The Lost Continent (1968) - 7
Children Of The Corn III: Urban Harvest - 6
Wishmaster - 7
Piranha (2010) - 2
Elvira's Haunted Hills - 6
Saw VII: The Final Chapter - 6
Casper (1995) - 8
Mazes And Monsters - 6
Leatherface: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre III - 7
Children Of The Corn IV: The Gathering - 6
Book Of Blood - 5
Under The Skin (2013) - 6
Halloween Safety (1977) - 7
Children Of The Corn V: Fields Of Terror - 4
Halloween Safety (1985) - 6
Devil May Call - 4
Children Of The Corn 666: Isaac's Return - 4
The House With Laughing Windows - 8
City Of The Living Dead - 8
Children Of The Corn 7: Revelation - 7
Mortuary (2005) (Hooper) - 6
Beautiful Creatures (2013) - 7
The Victim (2011) - 6
Evolution (2001) - 7
The Dog Who Saved Halloween - 6
Wind Chill - 5
Crimson Peak - 6
Thriller Night - 9
The Ghost Of Lord Farquaad - 6
Scared Shrekless - 8
The Pig Who Cried Werewolf - 5
Night Of The Living Carrots - 9
Sleepy Hollow (1999) - 7
Alyce - 6
Monster House - 8
Children Of The Corn VIII: Genesis - 5
At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul - 10
Blacula - 8
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre IV: The Next Generation - 4
Corpse Bride - 10
This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse - 7
Scream Blacula Scream - 7
Psycho (1960) (With live orchestra) - 10
Embodiment Of Evil - 6
Spooky Bats And Scaredy Cats - 8
Goblin (2010) - 6
Trick 'R Treat - 9
Season's Greetings (1996) - 8
Halloween III: Season Of The Witch - 10
Halloween (1978) - 10

November:

Fright Night (2011) - 4
Offerings - 5
American Mary - 8
High Spirits (1988) - 6
Hatchet (2006) - 5

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quote:
Originally posted by Helen_S:
I couldn't wait this year, started 1st September.

Trust you, Helen. [Big Grin]

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The Cabin In The Woods - 1

I liked it.  -


1st Oct: Evil Dead (2013) Rating: 6/10
2nd Oct: Trick 'r Treat (2007) Rating:  - / 10

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"Four interwoven stories that occur on Halloween"

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watched stephen kings maximum overdrive last night,really fun and underatted 80s horror with a kick *** soundtrack and a great lead performance from the always cool emilio estevez.

some pretty grisly deaths here,a kid gets run over by a steam roller,some guy gets taken out by a drinks dispenser with a can of drink fired staight at his noggin,plus a woman gets attacked by an electric carving knife and so on...


love to watch the original x rated version,it was quite considerably cut by the mpaa http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091499/alternateversions?ref_=tt_ql_trv_5 - never know maybe one day it will get a blu ray release in its uncut form.

great 90 minutes or so of fast paced horror which i think is definitely undeserving of all the flack it seems to get - 8/10.

https://youtu.be/ggWS4tTzs60 - maximum overdrive trailer.


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https://youtu.be/bGaJzUc8BGE who made who - ac/dc

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Carrie (1976):

Kicked things off with this classic and one of my favs in the De Palma film library

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Ghostbusters II - I've always slightly preferred this to the original. This sent my demented imagination into overdrive as a kid. I think the main reason I liked it a bit more was whilst it was very comedic like the first film it also had what was a really creepy good disturbing storyline to it. And it came at just the right time for me as I'd been reading short horror stories of possessed old paintings. Although it doesn't unnerve me as it did when I was a child I still just have such a ball with this.

"Doe, Ray, Egon!" 9/10


Dead Time Stories (1986) - This is one seriously messed up film. Geez lol 6/10


Hotel Transylvania - This was cute and very funny at times. Towards the middle I was thinking maybe this would of been better as a short feature but then it got going again and all was well. 7/10


Goodnight Mr. Foot - Just a nice little short that was on the Transylvania disc. 6/10


The Shrine (2010) - Good but didn't enjoy it quite so much as the first time around. You have to just give in to the lunacy of the last half an hour. Has one of the creepiest statues ever. 7/10

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quote:
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I couldn't wait this year, started 1st September.

Trust you, Helen. [Big Grin]
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The Cabin In The Woods - 1

I liked it.  -
Oh  -

I love Trick 'R Treat more each time [Big Grin]

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I liked V/H/S 2.. but Helen is ruthless ! [Roll Eyes]
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1st Oct: Evil Dead (2013) Rating: 6/10
2nd Oct: Trick 'r Treat (2007) Rating: 8/10
3rd Oct: * Ghoulies (1984) Rating:  - /10 | * Ghoulies II (1988) Rating:  - /10

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"Zampano: Who hasn't?"

"Patty: I mean my kitten, musclehead!"

[Embarrassed] [Big Grin]

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Cabin in the Woods was very good and J2ME, i suggest that you check out Ghoulies III: Ghoulies go to College. Highly entertaining sequel and easily the best Ghoulies film.
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When a nobleman is threatened by a family curse on his newly inherited estate, detective Sherlock Holmes is hired to investigate - from imdb.


Watched the excellent 1959 hammer films production - the hound of the baskervilles,had never actually watched this before and really enjoyed it.

Was slightly thrown by the fact that peter cushing's Holmes dissapears for most of the first 30 - 40 minutes but when you've got the likes of the great Christopher Lee to fill the void it's not so much of an issue!

John le mesurier who was a regular in the classic British sitcom - dad's army also shows up as a butler and Andre morell was really great as doctor Watson.

Watched this on blu ray (arrow films) and even though I've got nothing to judge it by as i've not seen before I feel the blu ray transfer for it is first rate,looks and sounds really good especially for something that first screened in 1959.

Definitely gets a high recommendation from me,i have not actually seen many hammer film productions before, I think I owe it to myself to check a few of them out!

I'd score it an 8,maybe an 8.5/10.


Also watched

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A police officer and a psychologist investigate the deaths of five people who were killed while trying to summon ghosts - from imdb.

Enjoyable haunted house horror which features a couple of very effective jump scares and has a really great look to it, well directed by will cannon and with good performances from the - the purge anarchy's frank grillo and maria bello who I remember well from the -assault on precinct 13 remake.

This was actually not bad at all I felt,not a classic by any means but definitely watchable enough.

Very short though with it clocking in at only 1hr 19 minutes,I'd give it a 7/10.

https://youtu.be/QERakFZvhFU - demonic trailer.

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Woohoo for Hound [Big Grin]
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Woohoo for Hound [Big Grin]

That was really good Helen,I definitely need to check out some more hammer horror's,what are the quatermass films like,have you ever seen them?

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1st Oct: Evil Dead (2013) Rating: 6/10
2nd Oct: Trick 'r Treat (2007) Rating: 8/10
3rd Oct: * Ghoulies (1984) Rating: 3.5/10 | * Ghoulies II (1988) Rating: 4.5/10
4th Oct: The Fog (1980) Rating:  - /10

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"Lock your doors. Bolt your windows. There's something in The Fog!"

Classic Carpenter! A really well made ghost/revenge story, that I still find creepy after all these years.


The remake is a large pile of  -


OST

"Making of..."

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mmmmm.. Adrian barb.

Does anyone recommend House on the left from the 70s I believe. And how about the town that dreaded sundown, I believe it is 80s maybe 70s

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In response to some queries here, my two cents:

YW, I'm glad that you liked Hound of the Baskervilles. I knew that you would. It's wonderfully produced, directed, and acted, a real winner which combines your usual Hammer nastiness along with Conan Doyle. The Quatermass Films are all highly recommended, with Quatermass and the Pit a/k/a Five Million Years to Earth(1968) being not only one of the best Hammer Films but one of the best science-fiction films ever. There are very few Hammer Films that are out-and-out dogs. (OK, Helen, keep it down. You know that I'm poised to jump on Blood from the Mummy's Tomb, and I don't want any unpleasantness around here. ROFL) Even second-rate Hammer was better than just about everything else during that period.

TNtPGGB, there is an excellent thread that I think is still available here where some of us weighed in on the late Wes Craven's original Last House on the Left (1972). It is an extremely devisive film, not for everyone. It is still powerful, shocking, and depressing, a film that I only revisit about once every decade. I personally find it to be one of the most important horror films ever made, a film that ushered in--along with stuff like Night of the Living Dead and The Exorcist--the era of harder-edged, more explicit horror fare. It's one of those films that people will be talking about for as long as people talk about films: many intellectually and philosophically potent ideas in this raw and primitive-looking little drive-in film. Wes Craven really was a genius. His influence on the current state of horror cinema is great.

The original The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976), while not a perfect film by any means, is a very entertaining slice of regional filmmaking from the Deep South, USA by writer/director Charles B. Pierce. Pierce did a bunch of films for AIP, some like Town in a unique documentary style with narrator and title cards stating dates and times since the film was based on a true story. And he does work up a couple of really creepy scenes--and one classic "murder by trombone"--with his scary pillow-case-wearing psycho phantom. It's a lot of fun today as it was when I saw it 40 years ago at the drive-in. Last year's "reiminaging" of Town by some of The American Horror Story gang starts out with an outstanding "meta" conceit: The town where the murders occurred shows the original film every year at the drive-in. Now a copycat (or perhaps the original killer?) is back, and those trying to solve the murders even meet up with a character playing Pierce's son, if you can follow that. For about two-thirds of the way, it flirts with being a wholly original gem, and then, tragically, it just all falls apart. (I understand that there was a lot of post-production tinkering without the director's consent.) It's worth a look, though the original stands higher.

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WOW! Thanx for tremendous response Crash. I found those in the basement and thought it was a good time to give them a watch
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I watch a scary movie every day. So far I have watched He Knows Your Alone, The Fog, Fright Night, Halloween, and Friday the 13th part 1,2,3,4.
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mmmmm.. Adrian barb.

Damn right!

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1st Oct: Evil Dead (2013) Rating: 6/10
2nd Oct: Trick 'r Treat (2007) Rating: 8/10
3rd Oct: Ghoulies (1984) Rating: 3.5/10 | Ghoulies II (1988) Rating: 4.5/10
4th Oct: The Fog (1980) Rating: 8.5/10
5th Oct: * Savage Weekend (1979) Rating:  - /10

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Cheers crash,I'll add the quatermass series to my rental list,I was going to add one of hammer's 70s films to my list called - twins of evil with peter cushing but then noticed it's actually the 3rd part in a trilogy which follows - the vampire lovers and - lust for a vampire,do you know if these are any good?

Last night I watched -


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The 2006 big foot movie - abominable starring matt mcCoy who I remember from Sean s Cunningham's under water horror - deep star six and featuring a whole bunch of cameo's including lance henriksen,dee Wallace stone,Paul gleason and jeffery combs.


Plot summary - It has been sighted 42,000 times in 68 countries. A creature of myth and legend known by several names; Yeti, Sasquatch and the infamous Bigfoot! We've hunted it for years, but what happens when it decides to hunt us? "Abominable" centers on a man recovering from a mountain climbing accident, trapped in a remote cabin in the woods, who sees the legendary beast, and must convince someone to believe him, before the monster goes on a bloody rampage- from imdb.


I quite enjoyed This one (i have watched it before but it was sometime back) and thought for something I believe was originally put together for the sci-fi channel who's majority of productions are pretty average at best that this was a vast improvement over anything that they have done before!


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The yeti (abominable) remains hidden for the best part of the film but when it does finally show its face I thought all things considered (budget,etc.) That It actually looked fairly decent and also there were a couple of really cool and gory yeti kills with the most effective being when some poor guy gets his head bit in two.

Add a smattering of nudity (the yeti's a bit of a peeping tom here and likes to spy on the ladies in the shower's) and you have quite a fun little monster flick!

I'd rate it a 7/10.


https://youtu.be/D-aXhhN-ndo - abominable trailer.

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quote:
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There are very few Hammer Films that are out-and-out dogs. (OK, Helen, keep it down. You know that I'm poised to jump on Blood from the Mummy's Tomb, and I don't want any unpleasantness around here. ROFL) Even second-rate Hammer was better than just about everything else during that period.

It's bloody fun! [Mad] [Razz] Admittedly nowhere near their best tho.
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Cheers crash,I'll add the quatermass series to my rental list,I was going to add one of hammer's 70s films to my list called - twins of evil with peter cushing but then noticed it's actually the 3rd part in a trilogy which follows - the vampire lovers and - lust for a vampire,do you know if these are any good?

Those are very good [Smile] I even really enjoy Lust which tends to get ragged on quite a bit.
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