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quote:
Originally posted by saturnchick:
Cube

Loved the original Cube. I remember when I saw the preview for this on tv and was fascinated with it, but then forgot all about it. Months later when I remembered this movie, I had to go to 3 video stores to finally find someone who had it.

Cube 2: Hypercube and Cube Zero were just ok for me.

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Yes, I agree that the two sequels to the original Cube were mediocre. Cube still remains one of my all-time faovrite horror movies!
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Cool Saturn, though I wouldn't classify Cube as "horror", probably thriller/suspense. I also saw the documentary on the making of Cube....I'm sure you did too. I thought it was pretty cool how the whole movie was shot in that one room. I gotta get a copy of this now....all this talk on it makes me want to watch it again soon!

Those of you who haven't seen this one, I recommend:

Cube, 1997 - IMDb Page

Cube Trailer - YouTube

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quote:
Cool Saturn, though I wouldn't classify Cube as "horror", probably thriller/suspense.
Yes...you're right about that. I have a bad habit of sometimes combining both thriller & horror genres into the same category. This is probably because what used to be classified as "thriller" (ie: North by Northwest, Laura, The Night of the Hunter, The Usual Suspects) is slowly being replaced by much more gory, gruesome flicks.

Don't get me wrong - I love the gory stuff, too, if it's well done with a good plot. It just seems as though the psychological thriller has gone the way of the dodo bird, primarily because it's very hard to shock audiences these days. There's a sort of bloodlust in audiences these days, and it's probably a result of information overload/ultra-violent entertainment (video games, for example). We live in a technology driven, fast-paced world, and I don't think the average (impatient) moviegoer wants to wait for a psychological thriller to develop unless there's a lot of splattering of blood along the way.

Anyway, I didn't mean to hijack the original context of this thread, but it's just my two cents on the matter. =)

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quote:
Originally posted by saturnchick:
Anyway, I didn't mean to hijack the original context of this thread, but it's just my two cents on the matter. =)

Well said Saturn....we'll just say it's agreat movie and end it right here then. [Wink]
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quote:
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Nightbreed

Nightbreed is an underrated movie. There is a really good article about how Clive Barker got screwed while making this movie. It is in the Sept/Oct 2009 issue of Horrorhound.
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Body Melt. ("The first phase is hallucinogenic... the second phase is glandular... the third phase is body melt.")

An enjoyable Australian horror film with lashings of black humour about health pills which are delivered to their subjects free by post having horrendous effects on the residents of a Melbourne suburb.

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976-Evil II (1992)

This was a pretty decent "sequel" directed by one of my favorite b-movie dudes, Jim Wynorski.
Actually this has very little to do with the original 976-Evil
but Patrick O'Bryan returns as Spike and we hear a few phones ringing.

The real star of the movie is hottie Debbie James,
former Miss Teen USA and Miss USA finalist.
Very easy on the eyes.
It was also nice to see Monique Gabrielle and Brigitte Nielsen in small roles.

The movie looks very 80´s which is of course a plus.

Once again we can hear Chuck Cirino´s music in a Wynorski movie,
it´s a nice score but don´t expect anything as classy as the Chopping Mall theme.


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Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994):

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I've seen this one a couple times before..and I must say I still enjoy it. Just as campy and cheesy as one might expect for such a loosely based remake...but the actors in it do a superb job of delivering the goods, especially McConaughey who plays psycho like nobody's business in this film. I can definetly recommend this one for a good Halloween Night viewing:)

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Candyman I saw that for the first time a couple days ago at two in the morning all the lights off in my living room and by the end i was so scared [Big Grin]
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Audition on Blu-Ray: Excellent psychological Japanese horror thriller, has a cringe worthy torture sequence.

Misery on Blu-Ray: One of my fave horror movies since i saw it in theaters at age 9.

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quote:
Originally posted by aTomiK:
976-Evil II (1992)

This was a pretty decent "sequel" directed by one of my favorite b-movie dudes, Jim Wynorski.
Actually this has very little to do with the original 976-Evil
but Patrick O'Bryan returns as Spike and we hear a few phones ringing.

The real star of the movie is hottie Debbie James,
former Miss Teen USA and Miss USA finalist.
Very easy on the eyes.
It was also nice to see Monique Gabrielle and Brigitte Nielsen in small roles.

The movie looks very 80´s which is of course a plus.

Once again we can hear Chuck Cirino´s music in a Wynorski movie,
it´s a nice score but don´t expect anything as classy as the Chopping Mall theme.


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I actually saw this one before I saw the original. I really liked it.
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Prom Night IV---they really should've stopped at part 2.
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The Pit & The Pendulum (1991):

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This is easily one of my favorite Lance Henrikson movies. His performance in this movie is pretty much the only reason why I like this remake at all. He's Awesome in this!

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Not seen either of the above 2 Pyro but like the look of both. Any chance of a little synopsis of Pit and pendulum?
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It's a remake of the old 1961 Vincent Price film Willy and based off stories by Edgar Allen Poe.

Here's the trailer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jm1E-tMPniw

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Watched the trailer and im definately into this. Is the remake better or should i watch the original first?
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Well..if you're a big fan of Vincent Price..then I'd say give the original a go first. If not, then I'd say it really doesn't matter which you watch first.
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Mommy. ("Never let her tuck you in...")

A 12-year-old girl living with her mother begins to suspect that she is a serial murderer.

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