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Hellraiser
 
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April Fool's Day- [Wink] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Night of the Creeps.

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Posted by saturnchick (Member # 7524) on :
 
Near Dark
 
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Poltergeist
 
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Nightmare on Elm Street
 
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The House On Sorority Row
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
C.H.U.D. ("You'll won't want to know what it means!").

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Posted by SHOGUN (Member # 477) on :
 
Fright Night last night..lol

love it!!
 
Posted by evilash (Member # 6155) on :
 
I just watched Near Dark for the first time Saturday. Truly a great and underrated 80s horror flick.
 
Posted by SHOGUN (Member # 477) on :
 
^ i agree, Near Dark was a very well scripted Movie.

One of my fav 80's vamp flicks with lost boys and fright night.
 
Posted by evilash (Member # 6155) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by SHOGUN:
^ i agree, Near Dark was a very well scripted Movie.

One of my fav 80's vamp flicks with lost boys and fright night.

We share the same faves, then. Fright night is the best ever.
 
Posted by saturnchick (Member # 7524) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by evilash:
</font><blockquote><font size="1" face=""Century Gothic", Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face=""Century Gothic", Verdana, Arial">Originally posted by SHOGUN:
^ i agree, Near Dark was a very well scripted Movie.

One of my fav 80's vamp flicks with lost boys and fright night.
</font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face=""Century Gothic", Verdana, Arial">We share the same faves, then. Fright night is the best ever.

I agree...Near Dark, Lost Boys, and Fright Night are my favorite 80's vampire flicks.
 
Posted by HeWhoWalksBehindTheRows (Member # 7821) on :
 
Friday the 13th Part 3 3-D
 
Posted by The Horned King (Member # 2691) on :
 
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (From 1990s, but is so '80s)
 
Posted by DuB1978 (Member # 7950) on :
 
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Posted by JAY LEE (Member # 6345) on :
 
Nightmare On Elm Street 5- The Dream Child...
 
Posted by gordongecko (Member # 4685) on :
 
I'm going to ask for special acception on this one, Arachnaphobia. I know it was 1990 but it would have been filmed in 89 [Wink] ha. Plus it has a real 80's feel to it and is a pretty solid movie. Had fun rewatching this weekend.
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Creepshow. ("The most fun you'll ever have...BEING SCARED.")

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Posted by Mike. (Member # 7179) on :
 
Nightmare on elm street.
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Visiting Hours.
 
Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
I didn't even notice this thread..

Over the last few days I've seen, 'The Burning' and 'My Bloody Valentine' -- two of the best slasher films I've ever seen.
 
Posted by Shamwow (Member # 7989) on :
 
Nightmare on Elm Street--the original, still the best.
 
Posted by journey (Member # 7316) on :
 
Final Exam for me.
 
Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
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Posted by Pittsburghgirl (Member # 7514) on :
 
Last night I watched Happy Birthday to Me. It was good. I kind of guessed the ending, except for that very last twist in like the last 2 minutes of the movie.
 
Posted by buffalo-girl (Member # 7498) on :
 
we watched venom it was okay alot of blood but i have seen better
 
Posted by Star_LostBoys87 (Member # 7934) on :
 
Poltergeist. " They're here..."
 
Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Contamination (1980)

- Quite entertaining Italian Sci-Fi/horror thriller.
There´s some nasty gore scenes and nice score by The Goblin.

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Posted by SHOGUN (Member # 477) on :
 
^ hahaaha , i have this on old vhs. Entertaining.
Reminds me of the incredible melting man and the stuff.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Just watched Cujo (1983) 25th anniversary edition.

- It was about time to see this after some 15-20 years.
It´s still very effective and very good.
Awesome acting by Dee Wallace and that kid Danny Pintauro.

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Posted by SHOGUN (Member # 477) on :
 
i was 7 when i first watcxh Cujo. what an experience, dogs became my fear for another decade! lol
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Chopping Mall. ("Where shopping costs you an arm and a leg.")
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Death Ship.
 
Posted by Kash (Member # 297) on :
 
The Howling, more Dee Wallace Stone magic. Its not the best werewolf movie, but good satire.

I could never decide who was a better she-wolf; Dee Wallace (albeit briefly, Elisabeth Brooks or Susan Blakely.

[ 14. July 2009, 13:12: Message edited by: Kash ]
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Xtro. ("Some extraterrestrials aren't friendly.")
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Deadly Friend (1986)

- This was much better than i remembered.
I thought that this was a borefest
but it is actually very entertaining and very sad flick.

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Posted by journey (Member # 7316) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by aTomiK:
Contamination (1980)

- Quite entertaining Italian Sci-Fi/horror thriller.
There´s some nasty gore scenes and nice score by The Goblin.

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This looks good. You had me with "score by The Goblins".
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
The Blob. This is the 1988 remake, of course.
 
Posted by jdocster McFly you Irish bug (Member # 5752) on :
 
I LOVE that movie! Don't know why, I just do...
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
The Last Jaws (1981)

- A Decent italian Jaws rip-off from Enzo G. Castellari.
The effects are sometimes quite bad but i bet that the budget wasn´t that big.

The flick grossed 18 million during first month in the US back in the day
but then Spielberg and Universal sued the distributor and won.
There hasn´t been a legitimate version in the US since.

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Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Scarecrows. ("When it comes to terror, they're in a field of their own.")
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Blood Sisters (1987)

- Wow, this was bad!
Haunted house/slasher flick from hell.
I´ve seen some stupid teenage characters in movies during the years,
but these are among the stupidest [Big Grin]

The score is so horrible that it´s better turn the volume down.
Lots of movies are so bad that they are good but this was just plain awful.

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Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Fright Night. ("There are some very good reasons to be afraid of the dark.")
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Alligator. ("Beneath Those Manholes, a Man-eater is waiting...")
 
Posted by Mike. (Member # 7179) on :
 
Halloween. This film just gets better every time i watch it.
 
Posted by Earl Keese (Member # 7986) on :
 
Romancing the Stone on Encore. The poor man's Indiana Jones, but I love it! Doesn't take itself seriously for a single second and Kathleen Turner hardly looked better!
 
Posted by Earl Keese (Member # 7986) on :
 
My bad! I thought this was last movie watched...I didn't catch the "horror" part [Razz]
 
Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
The Hearse--I had seen it when I was much younger. I didn't remember much of anything at all about it. I'm glad it was as good as I rememebered! IMO, it's a lost 80s horror classic--you should see it if you haven't!
 
Posted by GIRO (Member # 7543) on :
 
Friday the 13th the final chapter (1984) corey feldman was the little kid not a bad movie all up
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Nightmare City (1980)

- Wow, this was a hilarious Italian horror flick.
Radioactive zombies everywhere [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

Give your brain a rest and enjoy the gorefest!

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Posted by johnny76 (Member # 8174) on :
 
The friday the 13th series. Watch em all the time. The newest one from this year didnt have the true feel of the old ones but im a fan and will continue to watch em as long as they make em...
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Murder Rock (1984)

- This was ok italian horror flick directed by Lucio Fulci.

A little bit too much talk and too little action in this one,
but there´s still some nice stuff to all 80s lovers.
Hot dancing babes, New York City streets and good upbeat soundtrack.
Keith Emerson (ELP) has created some very catchy tunes here.

Recommended for those who like more b00bs than brutality in their horror flicks [Cool]

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
The Entity (1981)

- This was great, really scary stuff.
Barbara Hershey was awesome.
And of course there´s remake coming in 2010...

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Maniac (1980)

- A sleazy horror masterpiece from William Lustig.
Check out the legendary Tom Savini fx.

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Posted by SCHoGY (Member # 8219) on :
 
Midnight Madness
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Dolls (1987)

- This is a great little horror flick and it was about time to watch it again.
Good entertainment with nice old school special effects.

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Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Razorback. ("Nine hundred pounds of marauding tusk and muscle.") An Australian horror film about a rampaging outsize pig in the outback.
 
Posted by Spreadking (Member # 7280) on :
 
Bloody Birthday (1981)

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Buddy from Just One of the Guys is great as the main psycho kid. He is the most out of control.

who knew kids could be so smart when it comes to being serial killers.
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Pin. ("Is Pin alive? Leon knows... but nobody believes him!")
 
Posted by hewzy (Member # 6043) on :
 
^^^Pin.. mad film that one is [Smile]

Return of the living Dead Part 2 was the last one i watched. Some funny actors in it. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
I hadn't seen it in a while, so I decided to view it afresh.

By the way, have you read the novel by Andrew Neiderman?
 
Posted by hewzy (Member # 6043) on :
 
No i aint read that, is it worth looking up then??

Watched Xtro (1983) the other night and aint felt the same since [Big Grin]

Thought it was a lot better than i expected, the birth scene was a bit mental [Eek!]
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Originally posted by hewzy:
No i aint read that, is it worth looking up then??

Watched Xtro (1983) the other night and aint felt the same since [Big Grin]

Thought it was a lot better than i expected, the birth scene was a bit mental [Eek!]
I was merely wondering if you had, that was all.

I have viewed Xtro as well and I remember the birth scene very well. I would watch Xtro once more if I could.

And just for the record, I haven't read the novel "Pin," but I wouldn't say no to it if I had the chance.

[ 11. May 2011, 15:19: Message edited by: Lovers with Cassie ]
 
Posted by hewzy (Member # 6043) on :
 
Sorry i thought you'd read it, i wouldnt mind reading it either. Probably hard to get hold of though. You can get XTRO 1+2 Special edition DVD of Amazon for pretty cheap. [Smile]
 
Posted by hewzy (Member # 6043) on :
 
The Keep (1983) I dont know whether it was cause i was tired at the time but found it really confusing. [Confused]
If anyones seen this film is it worth watching again ???
 
Posted by TNUC (Member # 3594) on :
 
hewzy,

it's extremely confusing, and bizarre, but i liked it for some reason.

plus i love the tangerine dream score and the endless fog that runs throughout the film.
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Originally posted by hewzy:
The Keep (1983) I dont know whether it was cause i was tired at the time but found it really confusing. [Confused]
If anyones seen this film is it worth watching again ???
It, too, is based on a novel by F. Paul Wilson. He disliked the film of it, calling it "visually intriguing but otherwise utterly incomprehensible."

If you would like to watch it again, hewzy, then go to Cyprus Corner's channel on YouTube. You can watch the film there.

[ 11. May 2011, 15:21: Message edited by: Lovers with Cassie ]
 
Posted by hewzy (Member # 6043) on :
 
Thanks for that Cassie [Smile]

Im gonna give it another go later then, See if im still as confused.
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by hewzy:
Thanks for that Cassie [Smile]

Im gonna give it another go later then, See if im still as confused.

No worries, hewzy. I trust that you will enjoy it. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
The Howling 3. ("Just when you thought it was safe to go Down Under.")
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
So how did the second viewing go, hewzy?
 
Posted by hewzy (Member # 6043) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by LoverswithCassie:
So how did the second viewing go, hewzy?

Yeah went good realy enjoyed it, but still found it confusing.

I aint been able to get that eerie music out my head since. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by hewzy (Member # 6043) on :
 
Silver Bullet... Seem to enjoy this more every time i watch it. Uncle Red proper reminds me of my own uncle!! Great Film
 
Posted by LoverswithCassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Creature. ("First you die... Then the terror begins.")
 
Posted by skatexedge (Member # 5712) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by aTomiK:
Maniac (1980)

- A sleazy horror masterpiece from William Lustig.
Check out the legendary Tom Savini fx.

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Yep! I watched this one last night. Classic!
 
Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning
 
Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
Happy Birthday to Me
 
Posted by 80'sRocked (Member # 6979) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by pettyfan:
Happy Birthday to Me

Nice....Just watched this myself
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Scarecrows (1988)

- This was a pretty nice horror flick.
Some nasty death scenes, wicked scarecrows
and stupid people who deserve to get wasted [Cool]

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Posted by Shannon80sfan (Member # 8491) on :
 
The other night i watch Chopped Mall
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Graveyard Shift aka Central Park Drifter (1987)

- Ok, so there´s vampires also in Toronto.
This was an interesting horror flick. Lots of blood and skin.
Nice synth score and i like the two Steve Augeri (ex-Journey) tracks very much.

Trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvFtSlX-Stk&feature=related

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Posted by pork pie mcfly (Member # 6802) on :
 
Just had a 80's horror night this weekend, we watched Silverbullet, vamp, frightnight and night of the comet...happy days
 
Posted by Star_LostBoys87 (Member # 7934) on :
 
I watched Pet Sematary last Saturday..
 
Posted by Spreadking (Member # 7280) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by J2ME:
Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning

Just bought the new special edition today, with a great commentary track. Wal-Mart dropped the price to $7 on these special editions. I was waiting for a price drop.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Slugs (1988)

- Campy and entertaining nature strikes back flick.
Not really that exciting but this has some nasty death scenes.

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Posted by skatexedge (Member # 5712) on :
 
Fright Night (1985)
I'd forgotten how much fun this movie was! Plus the DVD is only $5.00 at WalMart.

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Appointment with Fear (1985)

- What a strange and silly slasher this was.
But i like strange and silly movies [Smile] [Smile]
Starring Michele Little (Out of Bounds) Michael Wyle (Tuff Turf) Kerry Remsen,
Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff, Debi Sue Voorhees...

The plot? Forget the plot! It´s one of the craziest ever.
All the girls are very pretty and sadly the drop dead gorgeous Debi Sue Voorhees got killed first.

Once again there´s some cool stuff on the soundtrack.

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
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Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge (1989)

- This was a decent horror thriller.
Starring Derek Rydall, Rob Estes, Kari Whitman, Pauly Shore, Morgan Fairchild, Kimber Sissons,
Jonathan Goldsmith and genre superstar Ken Foree.

Includes nice Sherman Oaks Galleria scenes but where are the Killbots?? [Cool] [Cool]
 
Posted by Macb41 (Member # 8870) on :
 
Friday the 13th : Part 2
 
Posted by Lovers with Cassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Blood Beach ("Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water... you can't get to it.")
 
Posted by Lovers with Cassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Zombie High ("Where the students and the teachers never die!")
 
Posted by JAY LEE (Member # 6345) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by aTomiK:
Appointment with Fear (1985)

- What a strange and silly slasher this was.
But i like strange and silly movies [Smile] [Smile]
Starring Michele Little (Out of Bounds) Michael Wyle (Tuff Turf) Kerry Remsen,
Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff, Debi Sue Voorhees...

The plot? Forget the plot! It´s one of the craziest ever.
All the girls are very pretty and sadly the drop dead gorgeous Debi Sue Voorhees got killed first.

Once again there´s some cool stuff on the soundtrack.

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Debi Sue Voorhees [Eek!] Does she show any skin, like in Friday 5? [Big Grin]
 
Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by JAY LEE:
Debi Sue Voorhees [Eek!] Does she show any skin, like in Friday 5? [Big Grin]

Yes, she has a swimming pool scene.
But i wanted so much more [Wink] [Wink]
 
Posted by amaranth (Member # 8882) on :
 
critters 3 and 4 lol so funny !
 
Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
The Evil Dead
 
Posted by liis009 (Member # 9012) on :
 
Child's Play
 
Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
Christmas Evil--it was okay. It wasn't as good as Silent Night, Deadly Night. I was beginning to question the "horror" until mid-way through the movie. It was just okay. I wouldn't rush to try to find it or anything. Netflix has it though.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
976-Evil (1988)

For your horrorscope - dial 976-EVIL!

This was entertaining flick directed by Robert "Freddy" Englund.
Nice performance once again from Stephen Geoffreys, wicked and funny.
Fish raining from the sky, 2 public bathroom scenes and hell freezing over!
Good stuff!

This is the only US NTSC VHS tape i own.
Gotta watch the sequel sometime next week.

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Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
I think I've only seen the 976 Evil sequel, not the original.
 
Posted by Muffy Tepperman (Member # 1551) on :
 
I'll watch it this week Atomik and post the bathroom pics up :)haha
 
Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
The Prowler (1981)

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A first watch for me. It was pretty slow in parts, but the kills were inventive and very bloody  - -- so that makes up for it.  -  -
 
Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
Friday The 13th: Part VI - Jason Lives (1986)
 
Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
I watched 976 Evil last weekend. It was good!
 
Posted by Lovers with Cassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Prison ("Horror has a new home.")

A criminal executed in the electric chair for a murder he did not commit comes back two decades later for revenge against the warder responsible, who is now the prison governor.

aTomiK's thread for Prison.
http://www.fast-rewind.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=2;t=009132

[ 01. March 2011, 02:12: Message edited by: Lovers with Cassie ]
 
Posted by Bernie_Lomax (Member # 8571) on :
 
Man, I get too scared watching horror flicks.

Depending on what time you watch them makes a dramatic difference aswell.

If you watch a movie at 3 in the morning by yourself it make it that much more s..hit your pants scary.

The last one I watched would have been The Howling - '81. Terrible IMO compared to An American Werewolf in London of the same year - which is a true classic.

I honestly can't say I am a major horror fan but occasionally I will see one where I am hiding under the covers.
 
Posted by Zach (Member # 9459) on :
 
I just watched Forbidden World (1982), perhaps the greatest Alien rip-off of all time! It's got a cool-looking monster, Jesse Vint, two of the most beautiful women to ever enter outer space (Dawn Dunlap and June Chadwick) SFX by John Buechler, and it's produced by Roger Corman. What more could a fan of 80s horror movies want?
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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Zach, i´m glad that you enjoyed it.
What a great movie!

Here´s the Rewind Forbidden World thread
 
Posted by Lovers with Cassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Dark of the Night, alias Mr. Wrong ("If you thought "Christine" was mean...")

A woman purchases a second hand Jaguar that proves to be haunted by the ghost of its previous owner, a woman who was murdered. The current possessor soon realises that the murderer is now after her.
 
Posted by Jillian Ronsonet (Member # 9587) on :
 
Child's Play...I'm also watching The Lost Boys but it has so much comedy for a horror film...
 
Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
I LOVE the Lost Boys!
 
Posted by Lovers with Cassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Terminal Choice ("At Dodson Clinic, there's a chance you may not recover. The doctors are betting on it.")

When patients in a high tech clinic begin dying suspiciously, then a doctor slong with a colleague start to investigate as the former is suspected owing to his having being sacked from his last job for mispractice.
 
Posted by The Good Package (Member # 9492) on :
 
hey j2me

did you like the prowler? i watched it and i was totally non plussed. what was the point of lawrence tierny getting top billing? probably the worst slasher i have seen except for friday the 13th 5, but then again friday 5 had the comic relief of red suit reggie.
 
Posted by The Good Package (Member # 9492) on :
 
oh the last one i watched was Nightmare 3 the dream warriors

on a side did anyone find it humerous that they thought the girl committed suicide with the tv, she'd had to jump 3ft off the ground to do it.
 
Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
I watched The Prowler for the first time this weekend. I thought it started out really good, but then it got kind of slow. Overall I liked it.
 
Posted by Lovers with Cassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Bells, alias Murder by Phone ("A madman pushes a button and kills by phone. Would you answer?")

A university professor along with environmentalist attempts to track down the murderer responsible for lethally electrocuting people who answer telephone calls after one of his students is murdered.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
I own Bells aka Murder by Phone. Good movie!
 
Posted by Lovers with Cassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Alison's Birthday ("She'll never forget her party... and neither will you.")

An adolescent girl returns home for her 19th birthday party despite her father's spirit warning her at a seance not to do so, where her relatives have sinister intentions for her.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Watched another Argento movie Inferno (1980) yesterday.
It was just released here on dvd and this was the first time i saw it.
Pretty good "sequel" to Suspiria with Keith Emerson score.

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Posted by Lovers with Cassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Kadaicha, alias Stones of Death ("Who says you can't get blood out of a stone.")

Adolescents start dying horrendously after receiving mysterious stones that are linked to an aboriginal burial ground which a housing development was built on top of.
 
Posted by Crash (Member # 7484) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by aTomiK:
Watched another Argento movie Inferno (1980) yesterday.
It was just released here on dvd and this was the first time i saw it.
Pretty good "sequel" to Suspiria with Keith Emerson score.


I've always loved "Inferno," which I think is in some ways even more berserk than "Suspiria." It has that cool Keith Emerson soundtrack too. What I think is great is that those who know Argento's work would kill to work with him. Cinematographer Ronnie Taylor, who won an Oscar for "Gandhi," lobbied hard for the job and was really excited to do "Opera"--and then later "Phantom of the Opera" and "Sleepless." And I know that Stewart Copeland of the Police desperately wanted to score an Argento film, to the point where I think that he sent Argento a demo tape. And then you got Adrien Brody, who also wanted to do an Argento film, but, unfortunately, that partnership didn't turn out so well. I realize Argento's not the director he once was, but there was a time from the mid-70's through the 80's where he was the innovative, creative guy whom folks wanted to be around.
 
Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)

After his parents are murdered, a young tormented teenager goes on a murderous rampage dressed as Santa, due to his stay at an orphanage where he was abused by the Mother Superior. -- IMDb

A fairly decent slasher.

Trailer
 
Posted by Lovers with Cassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Next of Kin ("There is something evil in this house.")

A deranged murderer begins to strike in an old people's home after a girl inherits it from her mother.
 
Posted by JAHSIAH (Member # 7949) on :
 
WARLOCK - ONE OF MY FAVOURITES
 
Posted by JAHSIAH (Member # 7949) on :
 
WARLOCK - ONE OF MY FAVOURITES!!!
 
Posted by Zach (Member # 9459) on :
 
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982). As long as you ignore the tired criticism that this isn't strictly speaking a sequel to the original Halloween and treat it as a separate movie altogether, it's quite an enjoyable flick. Tom Atkins and Stacey Nelkin (another underrated actress who deserved more opportunities at bigger roles) make for an interesting pairing considering the age difference but manage to work fine. Now if only I could get that Silver Shamrock commercial jingle out of my head...
 
Posted by The Pyromantic (Member # 7658) on :
 
I'm still standing up for my enjoyment of Halloween III too..just like I did in the Halloween III Thread...

http://www.fast-rewind.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=2;t=010123
 
Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
I enjoyed Halloween III also.
 
Posted by The Good Package (Member # 9492) on :
 
as did i.
 
Posted by The Good Package (Member # 9492) on :
 
i also would like to throw support behind a nightmare on elm street 2, which i think gets labeled something its not and doesnt get the credit it deserves

i watched the documentary on the entire nightmare series, titled never sleep again, and i have to disagree with the views on it.

story wise i thought it was great, like a wolfman or jekyll and hyde approach, good acting from everyone although i thought they could have casted better for the lead, really scary visuals, and freddy attacking the pool party was great.

craven did not like this angle, but viewing it as a possesion thing where freddy found a way to cross dimensions was a unique approach to the character and story.

i dont know why this one gets negative reviews and i think the people who think it to be gay are reading to heavy into things, or trying to find things to support that idea, sure there is the scene with bob shaye behind the bar, but other than that i see no other evidence.
 
Posted by Jack Gannon (Member # 9144) on :
 
You know I saw that Never Sleep Again documentary on Nightmare 2 as well. Several cast and crew we're trying to say it was gay. Others said they never got that impression, but as I recall they thought that because there was a little male nudity in various parts through out the film, one of the characters was gay, the lead actor is gay in real life, and that there was some gay overtones within the story allegedly.

The writer said he tried to be subliminal with the relationship between Jessie the main character and Freddy, as well as his relationship with Grady his friend. However a close analysis of Grady and Jessie’s relationship to me looks like nothing more than friendship. To be honest I walked away from the documentary feeling like I was more mature and comfortable with my sexuality than most of those who were speaking.

I’ve heard the theory about this film before, on the main page of this site actually. But I watched the movie again not long ago and quite honestly I think those overtones are only there if you want them to be there. I have nothing against gay people, but they will have to admit that they are guilty of constantly trying to claim stuff as their own. Like the Rainbow for instance, Rainbow is for everybody damnbit!

I would also like to add on a side note that there is also a misconception of body builders being gay. Some may be, but not all. There was a joke on Family Guy and a few other shows about He-man and Lionel from the Thundercats being marked to children and causing gayness because they have muscles, if your kids are that susceptible to being gay then, they probably didn’t have to far to go to start with. I never once thought about action figures in that way when I was a kid, why are so many people worried about it?

It is either the work of the Gay community attempting to claim cool things for their own, or jealous skinny punks who are feeblishly attempting to discredit men more masculine then themselves.

It surprises me how many people try to claim that the works of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Stallone, Van Damn, and other 80’s action animated or living action heroes are gay, In My Honest Opinion, nothing could be further from the truth. They to me accentuate the definitive macho, respectable, charismatic man; people will have you believe they are gay just because they wore revealing clothes. You would be surprised at all of the reasons they come up with, it leads me to my point which is that people will read into anything. It never once dawned on these people that these guys might be either revealing themselves to show that the character is bulked up adding strength to his persona, In the 80’s there was a fitness craze, everybody was getting into shape. Muscles are not just pretty to look at; they are a sign of strength, hard work, and dedication. They reveal character.

And what is wrong with looking at other guy’s muscles, It is perfectly natural to look at another man in a nonsexual way and want to be as physically fit as that person, regardless of that person’s sexual orientation. I mean, who doesn’t want to be bulked up?

In closing I will say that straight people need to be less uptight and gay people need to stop monopolizing cool things as their own.
 
Posted by Lucas Locusts (Member # 5826) on :
 
I watched The Fog again the other night.

I loved all of John Carpenters films (The Thing, Prince of Darkness etc) but this one was always a personal favourite.

The scene with the 3 drunk guys on the boat was one of the scariest moments

'There ain't no fog bank out there'

'Hey there's a fog bank out there..'
 
Posted by Jack Gannon (Member # 9144) on :
 
Lucas Locusts doesn't Carpenter's 80's cinematography kick a$$? I love those shots at night with the pale white lights on the streets or the pale white light of the moon, in the background the sound of that energizing electrical beat from the synthesizer.
 
Posted by Jack Gannon (Member # 9144) on :
 
I knew I had to own Halloween III Soundtrack when I heard it. Sometimes I'll step out on my porch on a warm night and listen to it. You would be suprised how many ideas you can get from it.
 
Posted by Bernie_Lomax (Member # 8571) on :
 
Homicidal ideas?
 
Posted by Lucas Locusts (Member # 5826) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jack Gannon:
Lucas Locusts doesn't Carpenter's 80's cinematography kick a$$? I love those shots at night with the pale white lights on the streets or the pale white light of the moon, in the background the sound of that energizing electrical beat from the synthesizer.

Yeah i agree Jack, Prince of Darkness and Halloween were great examples of this.
A shot of a silhouette in the darkness could really build up the suspense in his films
 
Posted by Bernie_Lomax (Member # 8571) on :
 
The scariest thing about Halloween is the score. Credit to Carpenter, but without that score it wouldn't have anywhere near the scare factor.

The one problem with some of these slasher flicks though is that the killer can be in one place at one time and then in another place in a second, defying the laws of physics and then when they are in a position to kill someone they seem to have the reflexes of a 70 year old man.
 
Posted by Jack Gannon (Member # 9144) on :
 
Speaking of Creepy tunes, has anyone ever checked out this band called Nox Arcana. They play alot of lyricless music based on old Poe and Lovecraft esq horror. You can find all their songs on Youtube but this is one of my favorites.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQn3lqnr6P4

Reminds me of the Puppetmaster theme.
 
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I've only recently heard of this, and enjoyed it a lot.

7/10
 
Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
Mother's Day
Graduation Day
 
Posted by Blair Warner (Member # 9717) on :
 
Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
 
Posted by Lovers with Cassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
The Kindred ("John's got a half brother... half human... half something else!")

A woman's scientific experiments have concocted a monstrous creature that must be destroyed by her son.
 
Posted by PassThePopcorn (Member # 9771) on :
 
Dolls, which came out in 1987 and is missing from this site. (reaching for Kleenex) It's campy, sure, and funny. But it's... well, go see for yourself. :-)
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
dolls is great passthepopcorn,the doll effects by john carl buechler are very impressive and with decent direction by stuart gordon it makes for a fun movie. i can remember the running time being relatively short though at about 70 odd minutes! i have it on us region 1 dvd and the transfer is really good,vast improvement over the old uk vhs i used to have .great film!
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
I still have it [Wink]
Great film!

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
vestron uk had some great cover artwork on there releases,dolls,crawlspace,fists of steel,from beyond as did eiv (entertainment in video)- mutant,ghost town, cellar dweller,eliminators etc. i used to spend hours at my local video haunt just looking at the covers ,those were the days!
 
Posted by JCU (Member # 2851) on :
 
Night of the Creeps

A 1980's campy tribute to all things horror. Just about any movie with Tom Atkins has to be good.
 
Posted by Pyro (Member # 7658) on :
 
The Gate (1987)

Classic cheeseball horror film that I really enjoy watching everytime. It's on Xfinity on demand right now for those who have it.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
The Unholy (1988)

The Unholy is a decent horror flick.
The cast is good: Ben Cross, Hal Holbrook, Ned Beatty, Jill Carroll and William Russ.

Too bad that nothing much happens during the middle part
because the beginning of the movie and especially the ending rocks.

Good score composed by Roger Bellon and some cool and nasty special effects.

I saw this film back in the 80s but the Finnish VHS tape was cut.
Now i own this uncut Dutch tape.

The Unholy trailer

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Posted by Lovers with Cassie (Member # 7794) on :
 
Houseboat Horror.

("Something is about to happen on Lake Infinity!")

A film crew who are making a rock film clip at a lake are murdered one by one by a killer. [Big Grin]

Tony Martin's review of Houseboat Horror in Undiscovered Masterpieces of the Cinema.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTVIoHum4w0
 
Posted by The Good Package (Member # 9492) on :
 
the stuff
 
Posted by The Good Package (Member # 9492) on :
 
getting ready to watch mountain top massacre, return to horror high, chud, and house seeing as they have recently been added to the netflix instant queue
 
Posted by Helen_S (Member # 5804) on :
 
I don't envy you [Razz]
 
Posted by The Good Package (Member # 9492) on :
 
cant be all that bad
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
seen all of them good package,i liked chud ,the stuff and house 1 a lot,return to horror high was pretty bad but still watchable,mountaintop motel massacre was the only one that tested my patience ,i only lasted half the movie and turned it off,i personally thought it was a bit of a stinker,though i have heard of a few people that have liked it .

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Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
I liked Mountaintop Motel Massacre...so bad it's good!
 
Posted by Adam Juhl (Member # 10024) on :
 
Quicksilver Highway.

Not the best Stephen King Horror movie.
Maximum Overdrive is probably my favorite
 
Posted by Dexter Motley Morgan (Member # 3598) on :
 
Scanners and Videodrome double feature. Cronenberg is a genius.
 
Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
The Carpenter (1987)

Canadian production starring Wings Hauser doing another one of his psycho roles.
Actually there is some very good acting in this one, especially from Lynne Adams in the role of
Alice.
It's always good to see Wings Hauser, but in this one he is nowhere near as good as he was in
Vice Squad. (Ramrod is still one of the best psychos in movie-history !)
I thought the horror scenes were a bit uninspired though.

The Carpenter has recently been released on region-free dvd courtesy of Scorpion Releasing.
 
Posted by SHOGUN (Member # 477) on :
 
Fright Night and The Gate.

Fright Night is stand out teen vamp classic!

The Gate is interesting and became more darker during further watching of it.
 
Posted by Zach (Member # 9459) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Good Package:
getting ready to watch mountain top massacre, return to horror high, chud, and house seeing as they have recently been added to the netflix instant queue

C.H.U.D. and House are both very good mid-80's New World horror movies. I'll reserve my comments on Return to Horror High and Mountaintop Motel Massacre until I've actually viewed them, though.

C.H.U.D. offers up some a lively performance from Daniel Stern, terrific monster effects by John Caglione, gore effects by Ed French, a moody synth score, and some excellent use of dark shadows and lighting in the sewer and nighttime scenes.

House is a fun horror-comedy hybrid. If you like movies that have lots of monsters, then you'll probably like House, as it's got plenty of them. Among the more notable creatures are the fat female goblin in the dress, the slimy beast in the closet, and the skeleton/zombie version of Big Ben (the Vietnam War buddy of William Katt's character who haunts him).
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
You Better Watch Out aka Christmas Evil (1980)

It was a fun and sad low budget horror flick.
Brandon Maggart was great as Harry Stadling. He took Christmas pretty seriously [Smile]
I loved the scene where he puts the beard on and realizes that he´s born
to give gifts to the good ones and punish the bad. "It´s me!! Hahahah" (evil laugh).

The cheap synth score was perfect for the movie, so EVIL [Big Grin]
Loved the ending too.

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Just watched New Year´s Evil (1980)

It was pretty good old school horror movie.
I didn´t remember that this was a Golan/Globus flick.

The cast did a decent work and i liked the atmosphere. I also liked the music.
The band called Shadow is pretty good, especially their theme tune "New Year´s Evil" rocks.

The Van Nuys Drive-In scene is pure gold featuring topless Teri Copley in her first feature film.

Cool music, decent kills, awesome early 80s scenery and one mixed-up family.

I own this dutch VHS tape:

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Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
Now i know where all those Dutch ex-rental tapes did go to ! [Smile]
 
Posted by Ronnie (Member # 465) on :
 
Caught Amityville 3-D today. I had seen bits of it before, but I didn't know I'd like it so much!

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Glad I watched. [Smile]
 
Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
I watched New Year's Evil. It was weird at first, but it got pretty good. @ Ronnie, I like Amityville 3D cause it has Neil Barry, who played Stiggs in O.C. and Stiggs!
 
Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
Alien 2 ; Sulla Terra (1980)

Cool Italian horror-fest about a group of speliologists encountering alien rocks (??!!)..
or something. [Big Grin]

After the surviving members finally find a way out of the cave, they're shocked to find out
the whole world has changed overnight.
(something that reminded me of the later Night of the Comet (1984) and Demons (1985)

The movie was independently released on limited edition dvd and blu-ray about a year ago, and
looks truly amazing on both formats.

If you can find it, get it !

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Posted by Pyro (Member # 7658) on :
 
Hellgate (1989)

Interesting little B-flick from the makers of Hellraiser to watch on a rainy day [Cool]

Hellgate Trailer

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Rats - Night of Terror (1984)

"One hundred years after a nuclear war has devastated the planet, society has been reborn into two factions;
the underground society and the scavangers above in the wastelands.
A group of scavangers on bikes come across a town infested with flesh eating rats,
and soon the gore is spilling everywhere." (IMDb)

This was a mediocre and supercampy horror flick directed by Bruno Mattei.
I have to say that i expected much more from this one.
It was overlong, unexciting and the "acting" was just hilarious.
I liked the synth score composed by Luigi Ceccarelli and the surprise ending though.

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Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
City of The Living Dead (1980)

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The Seven Gates of Hell have been torn open, and in three days the dead shall rise and walk the earth. As a reporter and a psychic race to close the portals of the damned, they encounter a seething nightmare of unspeakable evil. The city is alive - with the horrors of the living dead! -- Blu-ray.com


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Posted by skatexedge (Member # 5712) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by aTomiK:
Just watched New Year´s Evil (1980)

It was pretty good old school horror movie.
I didn´t remember that this was a Golan/Globus flick.

The cast did a decent work and i liked the atmosphere. I also liked the music.
The band called Shadow is pretty good, especially their theme tune "New Year´s Evil" rocks.

The Van Nuys Drive-In scene is pure gold featuring topless Teri Copley in her first feature film.

Cool music, decent kills, awesome early 80s scenery and one mixed-up family.

I own this dutch VHS tape:

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I liked this one too. I actually got to see it in the theater. =) For those of you who would like to check it out, the full movie is on YouTube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dt4b4KGunaE
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Slaughterhouse Rock (1988)

Just watched this A Nightmare on Elm Street wannabe directed by Dimitri Logothetis (Pretty Smart)

Starring Nicholas Celozzi, Tom Reilly (Young Warriors), Hope Marie Carlton (Terminal Exposure and Sidaris regular),
Tamara Hyler, Donna Denton, Steven Brian Smith, Ty Miller and pop star Toni Basil.

I was a bit disappointed because the plot and the acting are sub-standard even for a b-movie.
The score was pretty good (performed by Devo) and i also liked the Devo/Toni Basil end credits tune "The Only One".

Some nice sequences and one nasty kill plus few Hope Marie Carlton nude scenes [Smile]
The trailer is pretty good so check it out!

slaughterhouse Rock trailer

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Posted by Pyro (Member # 7658) on :
 
Happy Birthday to Me (1981)

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House on the Edge of the Park (1980)

I found this Ruggero Deodato exploitation movie surprisingly lame.
Yes, some of the sexual scenes are pretty disturbing but it was low on gore and not frightening at all.
I hated those rich SOB´s! [Smile]

David Hess was once again fun to watch and the house looked great.
I also liked the score and i have heard that Helen likes it too [Wink]

I wonder if they will actually shoot the sequel The House on the Edge of the Park part II

I own this scandi dvd:

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watched john carpenter's excellent 1987 horror movie prince of darkness starring donald pleasance,jameson parker,lisa blount and big trouble in little china's victor wong and dennis dun.

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really enjoyed this one,superbly directed by john carpenter and with excellent performances from a great cast, the music score http://youtu.be/fkfKUrwxPfQ also by carpenter is first rate and really adds to the overall atmosphere.

i can remember when this was first released it was generally not very well received by the critics but has over the years built up a bit of a fanbase.

myself personally i agree with quite a few of the comments i've read suggesting this is probably one of john carpenter's most underated movies.

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Prince of Darkness is one of the many John Carpenter classics!
I love the atmosphere and how the 9 minute opening credits builds up the tension.
 
Posted by Valley (Member # 1322) on :
 
Great write-up Warrior!

I haven't watched "Prince of Darkness" in several years. I meant to watch it awhile back when it was mentioned on the Zombie Thread, but forgot.
 
Posted by Bernie_Lomax (Member # 8571) on :
 
All I can say is this. Weekend at Bernies is apparently one of the most 'harrowing horror' movies ever [Wink]
 
Posted by Bernie_Lomax (Member # 8571) on :
 
Does anyone else know Adventures in Babysitting as A Night On The Town? That is what I have always known it as here in Australia, and on a side note have always been a big fan of Daryl Coopersmith.

"That's the guy who kicked my *** last summer for touching his car which I didn't do."
 
Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
Here in Holland it was released on video as A Night On The Town as well. (released in october '88
to be exactly)

The dvd released here in 2003 was titled Adventures in Babysitting though.
 
Posted by Bernie_Lomax (Member # 8571) on :
 
Damn DVD releases!

Glad to see someone else remembers this movie as A Night On The Town too.

As much as I know that Adventures in Babysitting is the original title because it was made in USA it just doesn't sit well for me because I have always known it by this 'inferior' title.

I really used to love this movie back in the day.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
It was "Ilta Kaupungilla" which is a translation from "A Night on the Town" here too [Smile]

Haha, a horror movie thread and we are talking about a Chris Columbus flick [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Bernie_Lomax (Member # 8571) on :
 
Yay. Up yours American go getters. Just kidding [Wink]

I thought some light humour with these movies somehow making it into the 80's horror thread was called for [Cool]
 
Posted by Valley (Member # 1322) on :
 
Wow .. that's almost as bad as me trying to convince everyone that "The Karate Kid" is actually a horror flick that is perfect for Halloween:

The Karate Kid Thread - Halloween

So why do you think they changed the name of "Adventure In Babysitting" for other countries? Do they not have Babysitters for young kids?

"Adventures In Nannysitting"?

"Adventures In Au Pairsitting"?

[Big Grin]
 
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watched hell night starring linda blair,vincent van patten,peter barton and suki goodwin.

atmospheric haunted house horror where four pledges have to stay the night in a reputed haunted mansion- garth manor where 12 years previously a father massacred his whole family.

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skillfully directed by tom desimone who also made the fun w.i.p flicks concrete jungle and reform school girls he manages here to squeeze quite a bit of tension from a rather cliched plot.

saying that back when this came out remembering this was one of the earlier 80s horror/slasher entries (81) the plot of the teens spending a night in a haunted house being stalked by a deformed killer probably still seemed fairly original.


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irwin yablans exc.producer on halloween 1,2 and 3 was also along with bruce cohn curtis(dreamscape) the producers here.

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featuring decent enough performances from all involved(though blair was nominated for a golden raspberry award for her performance here that year), a cool music score and some great location shooting,notably - kimberly crest mansion http://www.kimberlycrest.org/about_house.html in redlands california which makes for the very creepy looking garth manor.

make hell night an above average entry in the haunted house horror/slasher genre.

i really enjoyed it overall and rate it a strong 8/10

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http://youtu.be/WK89XlOUWms- hell night trailer

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Another great Linda Blair movie!
And about the award nomination... Linda loves to eat raspberries, especially golden ones [Big Grin]

Tom DeSimone and Chuck Russell rock too!
 
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When a bumbling pair of employees at a medical supply warehouse accidentally release a deadly gas into the air, the vapors cause the dead to re-animate as they go on a rampage through Louisville, Kentucky seeking their favorite food, brains. -- IMDb

My all-time favourite Zombie flick.

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Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
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An often overlooked gem.
 
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For sure! Love that one, J2ME. Watched it recently myself.
 
Posted by KDawg33 (Member # 6143) on :
 
Maniac Cop. First time viewing this masterpiece tonight, I'm rather enjoying this!!
 
Posted by J2ME (Member # 5728) on :
 
Screaming Like Banshees! It's....Night of The Creeps (1986)

Alien brain parasites, entering humans through the mouth, turn their host into a killing zombie. Some teenagers start to fight against them. -- IMDb

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"Zombies, exploding heads, creepy-crawlies... and a date for the formal. This is classic, Spanky. "
 
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Posted by The Good Package (Member # 9492) on :
 
i remember seeing that poster for prom night 2 at the video store and wandering what is scary about this, its just a lady, but on the other hand same time period the large marge bit on pee wee's big adventure scared the hell outta me
 
Posted by The Good Package (Member # 9492) on :
 
actually the large marge bit still kind of spooks me, and i forgot what point i was trying to make, if i had a point to begin with
 
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We been having problems with our net so I got rest of the the movies watch [Wink]

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Posted by Booger (Member # 4569) on :
 
Halloween 3 Season of the Witch on the big screen last week at the best theater in the world, Alamo Draft House. This weekend, same theater, Christine. I can't wait!
 
Posted by KING 80'S (Member # 7744) on :
 
DR. GIGGLES. SUCH GREAT 80'S MEMORIES! HORROR IN THE 80'S WAS, IS & ALWAYS WILL BE SO MUCH BETTER THAN THE HORROR THEY HAVE OUT NOW...
 
Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
I'm watching The Nesting...pretty good so far.
 
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La morte vivante aka The Living Dead Girl (1982)

"A toxic spill revives a beautiful, dead heiress who, with the help of her childhood friend,
must quench her insatiable thirst for blood." (IMDb)

Another Jean Rollin horror feature with lots of nudity, blood and weird behavior.
It was ok but i think that i like Fascination a bit more.
 
Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
Melancholy and sorrow reign supreme !

No matter what one's opinion may be, Rollin movies are certainly unlike any other ! [Smile]
 
Posted by Dutch Gannon (Member # 10167) on :
 
Night of the Living Dead 1990 i still count it as an 80's.

Fright Night 1985 still don't under stand why there needed to be a remake, other than to try and cash in on the original.
 
Posted by Crash (Member # 7484) on :
 
I hear you on both of those remakes, perfectly "good," but unnecessary films. I didn't find that either one of them brought anything new or really different to the material.
 
Posted by Dutch Gannon (Member # 10167) on :
 
I don't know, never watched all of the original Night of the Living Dead all the way through. But the better make up effects were an improvement and I also liked the fates of the 1990 remakes characters better than the original.
 
Posted by Dutch Gannon (Member # 10167) on :
 
But as far as Fright Night goes, picture can't be improved from the 1980's cinematrophy in my opinion, not to mention music, wardrobe, sets, and every thing else the 80's had that makes it more interesting than things today. The actors of the remake don't compare to the originals, the only thing they can do different is try an modernize the characters, fashion, and music which only hurts the movie in my opinion, add shaky camera work and attempt to pass CGI effects off.
 
Posted by Dutch Gannon (Member # 10167) on :
 
Dressed to Kill
 
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I Spit On Your Grave...wow...
 
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Creepshow 2 (1987)

Three more bone-chilling tales that include a vengeful wooden Native American, a monstrous blob in a lake, and a hitchhiker who wants revenge and will not die. -- IMDb

Although not as good as the original, it contains my favourite story, "The Raft".

"I BEAT YOU! HAHAHA! I BEAT YOU!"
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Creepshow 2 is pretty underated if you ask me,I think all three stories are pretty decent especially the last 2 - the raft and hitchhicker,the hitchhiker Is quite funny,the amount of times the poor guys run over and he's hanging of the car and you can hear him keep saying "thanks for the ride lady",I think that's probably my personal fave out of em all.

The raft is also very entertaining,where the woman is lying down on the raft and she turns her face over and its been consumed by the thing in the lake and the end when the guys made it and you think he's got to safety just for that one final twist.

I don't dislike the first story either - old chief woodenhead or the wrap around cartoon segment with the boy billy and the Venus fly trap.

I like both creepshows,I think they are both really good,they did do a cheap in name only 3rd part some while back which was direct to DVD and by all accounts a real stinker.

I don't think it will ever happen but I Wish they'd do a proper 3rd instalment,one that had a decent sized budget,a quality cast and a great director at the reigns,I reckon it would do reasonable business as there's not been many of these horror anthologys of late.

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Posted by imawalkingcorpse (Member # 1675) on :
 
Friday the 13th Part 7.
 
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Cries in the Night (1980) aka Funeral Home

"A young woman named Heather arrives at her grandparents' house, which used to be a funeral home,
to help her turn the place into a bed-and-breakfast inn.
Soon after they open, however, guests begin to disappear." (Wikipedia)

Summer is almost here and that´s my horror movie season.
Started the season with this Canadian film last night.
It was directed by William Fruet ( Bedroom Eyes, Killer Party still haven´t seen this one)
and stars Lesleh Donaldson ( Happy Birthday to Me which i haven´t seen, Curtains), Kay Hawtrey,
Alf Humphreys ( My Bloody Valentine), Barry Morse, Dean Garbett and Stephen E. Miller.

The cast did a decent job, nobody shines but i don´t remember any annoying characters either.

This movie mostly relies on the spooky atmosphere and lacks nudity and gore.
I liked it though, it has few necessary horror movie elements:
black cat, creepy village idiot, old house with a basement and a rather familiar twist.
Good stuff!

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Terminal Choice (1985) aka Deathbed.

"A patient in an hospital dies under mysterious circumstances.
The attending doctor Fank Holt gets under suspect - he'd been fired already from his last position due to mispractice.
For his defence he investigates with help of doctor Anna Lang.
Soon they find out that half of their colleagues were betting on the patient's diagnosises
- was someone trying to increase his chances? But when Frank's friend,
dissector Mary Connor, becomes deadly sick, he suspects there's even more to it." (IMDb)

This was a cool Canadian hospital horror film directed by Sheldon Larry.
Starring Joe "Hill Street Blues" Spano, Diane Venora ( F/X, Heat, The Substitute), David McCallum, Robert Joy,
Don Francks, Nicholas Campbell and Ellen Barkin as the Dodson Clinic pathologist! [Smile]

Loved the cast and the Dodson Clinic hi-tech settings.
Lots of blood, some nudity and excellent eerie (dare i say semi-Cronenbergian [Cool] ) feel.
Check it out!

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Nightmare Sisters (1988)

"Melody, Marci, and Mickey are three geeky college girls who can't get a date. One night, they invite some geeky college guys over and have a seance
that results in the girls becoming possessed and turning into sex starved vamps. Will the geek hero guys be able to stop the horrible (?) possession?" (IMDb)

This was a fun ultra low-budget (40 000$, shot in four days) horror comedy written by Kenneth J. Hall (Dr. Alien) and directed by David DeCoteau (Creepozoids, Dr. Alien).
The films stars Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens and Michelle Bauer (as Michelle McLellan). I´ve always had hots for Bauer, she´s a peach [Smile]
Nothing much happens during the first 40 minutes but after the seance, things get juicier [Wink] The second half includes lots of nudity, coolish punky tunes (Quigley has a solo spot),
funny exorcist and finally we can also see the demon Succubus. Check it out if you enjoy silly low-budget horror flicks!

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Your right atomik Michele Bauer is definitely a sight for the eyes,over on the mr skin nudity hall of fame it states she has done a total of 66 nude roles - wow!
and scores a 4 out 5 on there ratings system,not sure what they call it,must be something like the nudeometer

Never seen nightmare sisters but i see you got a right gathering of scream queens there what with Linnea quigley and brinke stevens,in fact atomik have you seen these conventions they have in burbank California - day of the scream queens, here's this years one - http://www.horrorsociety.com/2014/08/26/2nd-annual-david-decoteaus-day-scream-queens-convention-need-see-guest-list/ check that out for a guest list,you'd get the chance to meet all three of the above as well as Adrienne barbeau,dee wallace stone,ginger Lynn allen,Judy landers,Donna Wilkes etc,etc.

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The only trouble it's a bit out of my reach by about 5000 miles!

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Posted by imawalkingcorpse (Member # 1675) on :
 
Chopping Mall.. if you can call it a horror movie.
 
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"A man conjures up a gigantic vengeance demon called Pumpkinhead to destroy the teenagers who accidentally killed his son."

I really enjoyed this one. The practical effects were excellent.

Making of

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
I thought you'd like it j2me,i've only seen the second one out of the sequels but I believe none of them come close to Stan Winston's original.
 
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"Explore the origins of "dream demon" Freddy Krueger in this award-winning documentary that takes you behind the scenes of the most frightening and imaginative horror franchise in motion picture history!"
 
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"A group of people stop by a mansion during a storm and discover two magical toy makers, and their haunted collection of dolls."

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watched bloody birthday on blu ray (rental),what a blast this movie is,3 angelic looking kids that were born during an eclipse going round commiting gruesome murders.

forgot how much fun this one was,i do actually own the dvd (same anchorbay edition as above) but i wanted to see how much of a step up in quality the blu was and it's definitely noticeable.

infact for a rather low budget early 80s horror it looks mighty fine,the lossless hd audio sounds a vast improvement as well.

a real lot of fun and comes highly recommended.
 
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Curtains:

"Six young actresses auditioning for a movie role at a remote mansion are targeted by a mysterious masked murderer."

An enjoyable, above average horror.


Wrong Turn:

"Six people find themselves trapped in the woods of West Virginia, hunted down by "cannibalistic mountain men grossly disfigured through generations of in-breeding."

Gruesome! Pretty good flick.
 
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Las Casa 3 aka Ghosthouse (1988)

"Visions of a deceased girl and her doll bring doom to the visitors of a deserted house." (IMDb)

This was a very typical ghosthouse film directed by Umberto Lenzi.
Some dude made bad things twenty years ago. Now few young adults enter this house and pay the price.

The best thing in this film is the devilish nursery rhyme we can hear every time someone enters the place.
This was filmed in the same house Lucio Fulci used few years earlier in The House by the Cemetery.
Don´t know if i expected too much because this felt like a small disappointment.
 
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watched the 1988 horror - the unholy which i thought was pretty decent overall and a lot more enjoyable than how i had remembered it being from watching it previously sometime back


terrific cast here included the great hal holbrook(magnum force) an actor who i've always rated very highly plus you've also got ben cross,trevor howard and ned beatty so as you can see it's not a bad cast at all.

there's also some pretty great gore effects on display and quite a smattering of nudity so i'd say it definitely warrant's it's r rating (18 certificate here in the uk) and i must say it felt like a breath of fresh air after an overdose of pg - 13 horror's that i seemed to have been watching as of late.

there are a couple of downsides here though and one is that it does seem to move at a bit of a snails pace at times especially during the mid section(i'd say the 40 minute - 1hr mark is where it's most noticeable) but then picks up rather well for it's daft but very entertaining finale.


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my major gripe though and always has been with this movie is how god awful the devil creature (which has a huge pointy tongue that would even give gene simmons from kiss a run for his money) looks when it is revealed in the final few minutes and there's also these two hilarious looking demon midgets hacking about all over the place,i couldn't stop myself from laughing!


definitely did like this one though and pleased that i picked it up and for the 3 uk pounds that i paid for it i'd say it was well worth the purchase!


https://youtu.be/B-39xlYox1I - the unholy (1988) trailer


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The demon midget tag team versus priest father michael (ben cross) in - the unholy.

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"After a young girl is gang raped by a crew of construction workers, someone starts killing off members of the group with a nail gun." (IMDb)

Nail Gun Massacre (1985) was superfun ultra low-budget "horror" film. Cool killer, lots of dead bodies, some nudity and very cool sound effects.
Entertaining stuff if you don´t take it too seriously.
 
Posted by pettyfan (Member # 2260) on :
 
Ghost House was a favorite of mine when I was a kid!
 
Posted by Chloe (Member # 37365) on :
 
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)
 
Posted by imawalkingcorpse (Member # 1675) on :
 
Blood Beach.
 
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It was time to re-visit Zombi Holocaust (1980).. this time on the recently released UK blu-ray from 88Films.

One would have thought i had grown into more "sophisticated" types of movies over the years..

well.. no, not really [Big Grin]

The UK blu-ray features a restored print, which doesn't look too clean and smooth, thank god..
It still retains its gritty look with numerous anomalies still present, just the way it should be !
I have never seen the earlier blu-ray version which was released in the US a couple of years ago,
so i can't compare the two.. but i'm pretty sure the 88Films version is as good as it could (or should) be.

Among the extra's is the excellent documentary Eaten Alive ; The Rise And Fall Of The Italian Cannibal Film
which runs 85 min. !
(The same documentary can also be found on Grindhouse Releasing's Cannibal Ferox US blu-ray release)
There's also a recently recorded Q&A with actor Ian McCulloch (48 min.), plus some other extra's carried over
from previous dvd editions, as well as a booklet with yet another McCulloch interview.
 
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Murder Weapon (1989)

This was a decent low budget horror flick directed by David DeCoteau.
The first 30 mins is pretty dull stuff but it gets better when pretty stars Linnea Quigley and Karen Russell invite all their old boyfriends and of course they start disappearing one by one.
Nudity, wicked kills and lots of fun dialog.
 
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Leviathan (1989)

"Underwater deep-sea miners encounter a Soviet wreck and bring back a dangerous cargo to their base on the ocean floor with horrifying results."
 
Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
Did you enjoy Leviathon J2ME. I remember liking it at the theater.
 
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Watched for the very first time the 1989 horror comedy - sundown vampire in retreat which is directed by Anthony hickox (waxworks) and stars Deborah foreman,Maxwell caulfield,David carradine,Morgan Brittany,Bruce Campbell,m Emmet walsh amongst many others.

Very wacky horror comedy this that features a lot of the craziness that made director Anthony hickox's earlier horror hit - waxworks so much fun!

Maxwell caulfield is the standout here for me in what is virtually an all star cast,he's a lot of fun in this and i feel quite an underrated actor.

Well worth checking out! 7.5/10.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Still haven´t seen Sundown but sure would like to!

Watched Dead & Buried (1981) last night. Pretty entertaining mystery horror film but not a classic by any means.
It was directed by Gary Sherman (Vice Squad, Wanted: Dead or Alive, Lisa) and stars James Farentino, Melody Anderson, Jack Albertson and Lisa Blount.
You can also see Robert Englund and Barry Corbin in small roles.
I liked the atmosphere and i must say that it feels like a long Twilight Zone episode. But hey, there´s nothing wrong with that!

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watched 1984 stephen king film adaption of - firestarter starring a young drew barrymore (9 years old at the time) and the great george c. scott,martin sheen as well as the likes of david keith,art cartney,louise fletcher (nurse ratched from cuckoo's nest) and the pretty heather locklear of t.j. hooker fame!

not sure how this compares to the book but i've always had a bit of a soft spot for this one even though it's never been regarded as one of the better stephen king adaptions.


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great performances all round especially from drew barrymore,i thought she was excellent here as the young firestarter of the title charlie mcgee,keith david is his usual reliable self and george c. scott and martin sheen come across as being pretty despicable as the main villains of the piece.

the big pyrothenic display of the final 15 - 20 minutes still packs quite a punch even today,i read a reviewer saying that he thought this could do with a remake and that things would look a lot more convincing with the use of modern cgi effects - err no!

love the tangerine dream score as well which certainly adds to the overall atmosphere and for some strange reason i thought it was filmed somewhere like - virginia or one of those states but i was a little bit off the mark as it was actually shot in - north carolina which looks a rather nice part of the u.s with some beautiful looking lakes and scenery.


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watched this on blu ray and despite some pretty mixed reviews concerning the picture quality i thought that overall it looked pretty decent and
it completely blew away my old dvd copy.

only paid just over 5 uk pounds for it as well so even better still!

a lot of fun 8/10.

https://youtu.be/kjF674gZQps - firestarter trailer.

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
The final scene is the best 80s superhero stuff i´ve seen with Superman II: The Richard Donner cut.
Tangerine Dream score gives the film a magical feel and i also like the locations. Even though it´s not pure horror, firestarter is perfect 31 days of Halloween material.
 
Posted by Jessie the Sunflower Goddess (Member # 1877) on :
 
The most recent one I watched was Monster Squad, love that movie!!!
 
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Watched the really fun 1986 horror - April fool's day starring Deborah foreman,Clayton rohner,griffin O'Neal and is directed by Fred Walton of when a stranger calls fame!

I've always really enjoyed this one myself though I do think the viewers enjoyment depends a lot on whether there willing to go along with what is in all truth a pretty daft twist ending.

Set at a remote island mansion this has got quite a cool and creepy vibe to it and though it certainly lacks in the gore department I'd say it more than makes up for it with some good laughs and suspense!

Good performances and a awesome Charles Bernstein score https://youtu.be/6wxatjoR8Kg add to the overall fun 8/10.

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
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Watched Dark Age (1987) the other day.
Not a lost classic but entertaining nature strikes back/ozploitation film this one.
Starring John Jarratt, a seasoned veteran who´s maybe best known now from the Wolf Creek films, pretty Nikki Coghill (Playing Beatie Bow) as his love interest,
Max Phipps (Toadie from Mad Max 2) as the ultimate SOB (love it when he shouts to Jarratts character "crock lover" [Big Grin] ) and David Gulpilil (Crocodile Dundee) as one of Jarratt´s aboriginal friends.

Nice australian scenery, few shock scenes (the crock eats a kid!) and cool synth score. even Quentin Tarantino likes this one [Smile]
Special thanks to my mate from down under!
 
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Cat's Eye (1985)

"A stray cat is the linking element of three tales of suspense and horror."

A fun anthology.

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The Serpent and the Rainbow
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Haven't seen this one in quite awhile and found it practically for free at a sale. So had to scoop it up.
 
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Just finished watching this. It's a fun flick.

Bump In The Night (Demo) - Dennis Michael Tenney.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
witchboard is great j2me,the sequel though I feel is not quite as good is still pretty good fun if you've never seen it,plus its got the hot Ami dolenz starring in it!
 
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Love creepers aka phenomena, it's an awesome argento horror with a really cool soundtrack.

I watched the 1989 horror - phantom of the opera starring the great Robert Englund and the beautiful and very talented 80s scream queen Jill schoelen, it's a really fun and gory take on the phantom story which has the look of a very high budget production - the sets,costumes & gore effects all look terrific here and for what i'd imagine was in all truth probably put together on a fairly moderate budget (I can't find the budget costs listed anywhere) i do think that overall they done a pretty amazing job!


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Along with the excellent Robert Englund and Jill schoelen you also have the great Bill nighy (love actually) and the late Stephanie Lawrence who gives a good performance here as the evil songstress La carlotta in what was to be her very last feature before she passed away in 2000 aged 50 from alcoholic liver poisoning.


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The movie only took a measly 4 million at the box office and I can actually remember some of the negative press it received upon its release but it's one that I've always really dug and I do tend to revisit every couple of years or so!

Overall a great looking horror with a top cast that doesn't quite get the credit it deserves! 8/10.

https://youtu.be/WMPlkaqBNSo. - Phantom of the opera (1989) trailer.

One last thing here is that this has always been released in an edited r rated version making cuts to some of the more gruesome deaths scenes,even the latest blu ray edition from scream factory is the same cut r rated version - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098090/alternateversions?ref_=tttrv_ql_5 - it would be cool if someone was to one day release this in a fully unedited form!
 
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"Angela, supposedly reformed and living under an assumed surname, is working at a summer camp. However, when the campers start misbehaving, she soon reverts to her old ways."

An enjoyable sequel.
 
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Watched the 1983 horror - The Alchemist the other day, it's a cheesy but fairly enjoyable early Charles Band horror with Robert Ginty (The Exterminator) as a man (Aaron McCallum) living out in the wilderness for many years having been cursed by a warlock (DelGatto) into having him having to hunt for his food like an animal.


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Pretty slow going at first but never boring and with a strong Richard Band music score I've always fairly enjoyed this one and it has that same cool vibe as many of Band's other early 80s productions,you know the creepy settings, wacky creature's (in this case 3 funny looking demons),etc.etc plus some on screen effects that look like there courtesy of an old Commodore 64 you know the score but it's all fun and show's a lot more imagination than a lot of today's modern horror!


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My old UK vhs copy from the long defunct Video form.


Also stars Lucinda Dooling (Lovely But Deadly) who passed away last year aged 61 she's pretty decent here as Lenora Sinclair a young woman who is strangely drawn to the cursed Aaron McCallum as played by Robert Ginty,talking of the late great Rob Ginty even though he plays one of the main character's here and is given top billing he sort of drifts in and out of the movie as the film Progress's and i would say probably actually has a lot less screen time than either Dooling or her Co star John Sanderford (Leprechaun),saying that when he is on screen he's his usual cool reliable self!


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Despite all the negative reviews this one has picked up over the years I must say I actually do quite enjoy it and I'm surprised no one has yet to release it to the digital format (DVD/blu),it needs it as my vhs has certainly seen better days and was a bit of a challenge to get through (picture kept going,constant tracking lines,etc.)

So overall it's a fun early 80s horror with a cool creepy atmosphere and a awesome Richard Band music score,plus you've got the forever great Rob Ginty and also the lovely Lucinda Dooling up on screen!

Good stuff! 6.0 - 6.5/10. (Dropped from a 7.5).


https://youtu.be/J-YogxH9SW8 - Richard Band's music score for The Alchemist.

https://youtu.be/o9C1n4bwDss - The Alchemist trailer (1983).

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
I don´t recall The Alchemist being as good as 7.5/10 [Smile] Maybe i need a rewatch.
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I don´t recall The Alchemist being as good as 7.5/10 [Smile] Maybe i need a rewatch.
Anyway, i have the finnish tape:


It probably isn't, but remember I have very low standards! [Big Grin]

Yeah actually I'm going to drop it down a notch or two as I only gave April Fools Day an 8 and it's nowhere near as good as that!

I still enjoyed it though!
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Watched The Beast Within (1982) which was a nice mystery horror film written by Tom Holland and directed by Philippe Mora.

Nice atmosphere in this one eventhough the first hour or so is kinda slow but you can see few gruesome murder scenes.
Then comes the awesome mutation scene and the monster chase begins.

Paul Clemens did pretty good in the leading role and there´s lots of familiar faces among the supporting cast.
The Arrow blu includes highly entertaining documentary. Good stuff!

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I really enjoy The Beast Within it's got a great creepy atmosphere plus the odd grisly moment,the original UK vhs was cut by over a minute,love that Warner home video artwork!

I own the arrow blu ray as well (pictured above) and I agree that it's a great release.
 
Posted by Crash (Member # 7484) on :
 
The Beast Within is a mixed bag for me. It does have some style and atmosphere, but it's pretty slow going for most of the way. Then you get the big transformation scene which is a showstopper. Literally. Everything and everyone else just stops doing anything while we watch the well-done-for-its-day transformation of boy into giant cicada--or whatever. And then the movie winds up in routine, but okay, fashion. I remember thinking when I first saw it, "Wow. This really is the definition of a 'money shot.' The whole movie just comes to a screeching halt while we see a long scene with the f/x make-up that the producers spent their money on." It's an overall silly, perhaps stupid, film, worth a look, but that's about it.

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Yeah, one of the taglines says it and it´s mentioned in the trailer many times: The final 30 minutes, the final 30 minutes! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Another one i watched was this entertaining horror film from Kevin S. Tenney called Witchtrap (1989).

"Parapsychologists try to make an inn haunted by an evil witch's ghost safe for guests." (IMDb)

I´ve seen the first two Witchboard films and Night of the Demons earlier from Tenney so i knew that he has some skill.
I liked the fact that while this is a very low budget film the dialogue between the characters makes sense.
In this movie world anyway. The characters also behave surprisingly rationally which, like you all know, isn´t always the case.
The movie reminds me of Prince of Darkness and early 80s gem The Evil. Not nearly as good as those but overall solid feature again from Mr. Tenney.

Spiritism, Ghostbusters joke, nice Vertigo effect and Linnea Quigley shower scene. Good stuff!

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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
I like the look of Witchtrap atomik,Kevin Tenney has made fun movies over the years and it's always fun to watch Linnea Quigley!

I see they've got a DVD/blu ray combo of this limited to just 150 copies so it goes for pretty big bucks!
 
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"A werewolf terrorizes the small city of Tarker's Mills."

Busey Rules!
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
awesome movie j2me,that werewolf never really stood a chance against the Busey!
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Watched Eyes of Fire (1983) last night.

"A reverend, Will Smythe, and his followers are chased out of town after Smythe is accused of adultery and polygamy.
Joined by a rugged woodsman, Marion Dalton, who wants his cheating wife, the group ventures into a valley, where dwells an ancient evil spirit.
As members of the group start to disappear, the witch-bred, insane Leah must discover how to thwart the spirit." (IMDb)

This was interesting low-budget witch flick with few magical images and haunting feel.
The cast includes Dennis Lipscomb, Guy Boyd, Karlene Crockett, Rebecca Stanley and Sally Klein.

It was hard to follow the story at times and the editing can be pretty wild but overall you can´t help but enjoy the ride.
Brad Fiedel composed the score and while this is not among his best works, this man is one of the most reliable composers in the business.
This film sure is something different and even the witch is very well done. Give it a try if you can find it!

Finnish vhs cover sheet
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Posted by evilash (Member # 6155) on :
 
Hauntedween....very entertaining!
 
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Terrific 1983 sequel to Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 classic which is superbly directed by Australian Richard Franklin and features some really suspenseful moments along with a stand out performance from Anthony Perkins returning here as the nutty Norman Bates who has just been released from the mental asylum after being institutionalized for the past 22 years.


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So many great things you can say about this sequel,for starter's it's superbly shot by Dean Cundey (check out this TV spot where Norman is walking up the steps - https://youtu.be/LS-L3cFOsno - terrific cinematography),also the cast here is really solid - Meg Tilly, Robert Loggia,Vera Miles,Hugh Gillin and Dennis Franz,then you've got the fantastic music score by Jerry Goldsmith - https://youtu.be/QMUk1FOTRHE and last but not least it's really well written by Tom Holland of Fright night fame,infact to be honest there's nothing but positive's here for me as I just really dig this movie and i must say it's always been a firm favourite of mine!


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Watched this on Blu Ray for the first time actually and the transfer (I have the newly released Australian edition) i thought was first rate and the picture is noticeably more detailed and the lossless HD soundtrack was a treat for the ears,i'd say if your a big fan then the Blu Ray Is definitely the way to go!


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Very highly recommended!

https://youtu.be/itBpX-6mHIw - Psycho 2 trailer (1983).


I need to check out the director Richard Franklin's earlier mystery thriller Road Games as I've heard many great things about that,anyone here ever seen it and if so what were your thoughts?

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Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
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The Power (1984)

Fun little horror flick by Stephen Carpenter and Jeffrey Obrow who also did The Dorm That Dripped Blood in '82
and went on to do The Kindred in '87 (which is still unavailable on dvd to this day).

Oddly constructed story, since it doesn't really have a lead character. After a 15 minute prologue we meet
three teenagers and several reporters, and eventually the story seems to focus most on two of the reporters,
but when a little demonic possession is thrown into the mix, the movie shifts gears towards a nasty finale.

Effects are sparse but effective, the cast does a good job, plus there is that typical late 70s / early 80s feel to it.
The Power also deserves credit for not going the "teen slasher" route, which was most common around that time,
but instead chooses to present itself as a supernatural horror fantasy.

Check out the trailer : www.youtube.com/watch?v=lq8hF0kYrlw

The Power is available on dvd from Scorpion Releasing.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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I've got the scorpion Dvd edition of The Power johnny,i also think that it's a fun little horror that plays out a lot differently to how you'd imagine it would,i liked the Christopher Young music score plus like you say it's definitely got that early 80s feel to it!

Would love to check out The Kindred again as well as The Dorm That Dripped Blood of which i've only seen the cut uk vipco release,i know the Synapse Blu Ray release has added gore inserted back into the film.


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Johnny do you own The Dorm That Dripped Blood on Blu Ray and if so what is the PQ like as the old vipco version I watched under the title of Pranks was terrible,also I can't even remember if I liked it or not,if you have got it would you say that it's one that is worth picking up?

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Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
Hey, is that a transparant dvd case ? My copy of The Power came in a white eco case.

Anyway.. yeah, i have The Dorm That Dripped Blood too. Synapse is always reliable.
Of course there are some limitations to the source material, but i'm pretty sure they tried to
get the best out of it. In my opinion it looks good enough, plus it comes with some cool extra's too !

Definitely worth adding to your collection, Y. Warrior ! [Smile]
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless:
Hey, is that a transparant dvd case ? My copy of The Power came in a white eco case.


Yeah so did mine originally and I soon tossed it in the garbage where it belongs,don't get me wrong I love the standard white Dvd cases it's just that I don't like them when they've got big holes punched through them! [Big Grin]

Cheers johnny I'll look at picking Dorm up at some stage!

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Watched Satan´s Blade (1984).

"At a mountain resort, a local resident is possessed by the evil spirit of an ancient mountain man, and terrorizes a ski lodge." (IMDb)

This movie has a very low-budget, amateur cast and in the middle of the film the plot just drags.
But at the same time it has that haunting feel and the kills are pretty nasty if you can forgive the cheap sfx.
I also liked that the story has a decent ending.
The film was shot in 1980 so you can´t find any mid 80s flavour here.
 
Posted by David_J (Member # 37430) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless:
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The Power (1984)

Fun little horror flick by Stephen Carpenter and Jeffrey Obrow who also did The Dorm That Dripped Blood in '82
and went on to do The Kindred in '87 (which is still unavailable on dvd to this day).

Oddly constructed story, since it doesn't really have a lead

character. After a 15 minute prologue we meet
three teenagers and several reporters, and eventually the story seems to focus most on two of the reporters,
but when a little demonic possession is thrown into the mix, the movie shifts gears towards a nasty finale.

Effects are sparse but effective, the cast does a good job, plus there is that typical late 70s / early 80s feel to it.
The Power also deserves credit for not going the "teen slasher" route, which was most common around that time,
but instead chooses to present itself as a supernatural horror fantasy.

Check out the trailer : www.youtube.com/watch?v=lq8hF0kYrlw

The Power is available on dvd from Scorpion Releasing.

The power was a excellent movie as far as I'm concerned I loved this movie so much. The last 80s horror movie I watched was A Nightmare on elm street part 2 I think this one is better then the first one.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Underatted sequel Elm Street 2 I think David,very dark compared to the later sequels,Freddy's still pretty creepy here where as in the later entries he loses his fear factor altogether,the continuous funny one liners I think don't help.

Love the Elm Street 2 music score which I believe is done by Christopher Young who also done the music score for The Power.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
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Watched Alien from the Deep (1989) which was directed by Antonio Margheriti who ripped off every other film back in the 80s.
This time he´s taken ideas from The Abyss, Aliens, Deep Star Six, Leviathan etc.

So, there´s an american factory built on exotic island with a volcano. They dump radioactive waste into the volcano.
Two Greenpeace workers start filming while the volcano becomes active, wakes this monster from outer space and all hell breaks loose.

Sounds fun but what we have here is lousy plot, bad acting, cheap effects and Charles Napier.
I have only one advice: Stay away from this island! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
I know Charles Napier didn't stand a chance against Rambo but does he fare any better against the Alien From The Deep?

Atomik have you ever seen the sci -fi horror Deep Space with Napier from 1988,if so is it any good?
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Napier gets infection and dies. Haven´t seen Deep Space.
 
Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
The opening dream scene from Nightmare On Elm Street 2 is still one of the series' highlights.

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Watched Uninvited (1988).

"A scientific corporation of ill repute (Genetic Laboratories) loses control of its test subject—a poisonous, mutant cat (the Uninvited) that inhabits the body of an ostensibly benign house cat.
At the behest of two attractive co-eds, the Uninvited is ironically offered lodging aboard the luxury yacht of a duplicitous arbitrageur ("Wall Street" Walter Graham),
en route to the Cayman Islands to escape criminal prosecution by the SEC. Ensuing challenges to the Uninvited's viability result in widespread carnage. (Wiki).

Haha, what enjoyable trashfest from Greydon Clark (Joysticks, Wacko etc.)
Starring Walter Graham, George Kennedy, Clu Gulager, Rob Estes, Eric Larson and pretty ladies, Toni Hudson, Clare Carey & Shari Shattuck.

Crazy cat on the loose in a yacht biting people and spreading metabolical steroid (whatever that may be) [Big Grin]
You have to see it to believe it. Uninvited trailer

Cute, cuter, cutest [Smile]
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Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
That's my neighbours cat,it's evil!

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Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
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Can that be Amy's (Amanda Bearse) cat perhaps ?

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Let's be honest, there are some striking similarities here ! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Haha Johnny, without a question it must be Amy´s cat [Big Grin] So, Amy is your new neighbour warrior?
 
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As kids, Todd is institutionalized for a murder whilst his twin goes free. 10 years later, on Thanksgiving, Todd escapes and a killing spree begins in his neighborhood. - from IMDb.


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Louise Lasser as the twins mother Maddy.

Very enjoyable and extremely gory early 80s horror which was originally made in 1983 but not released in theatres till 87 and under the alternative title of "Nightmare At Shadow Woods" this a fairly well made little slasher which you can tell was probably put together on a shoestring budget and the end results i'd say were very admirable!

The Performances here I thought were generally pretty good though I did think that the twins mother as played by Louise Lasser (Above) could maybe be accused of slightly over acting it a bit though in her defense her role probably did call for this plus that of the asylum security guard who was hunting down one of the twins seemed slightly amateurish though then again in his defense he probably wasn't helped by some of the dialogue that was being used which at times was totally insane!


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Mark Soper as the murderous twin brother Terry.

The kills off which there are many range from the gruesome (the early drive in murder) to the ridiculous (the lady psychiatrist who has been chopped in half and her upper body is twitching away a few feet from where her legs lay) and the build up of tension which occurs during these many on screen kill scenes i felt was aided no end by the cool and haunting music score that was used throughout!


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The Pretty Julie Gordon as psycho Terry's girlfriend Karen.

Overall this was a really crazy,fun slasher movie that was absolutely full to the brim with gory kills,nudity and a killer 80s synth soundtrack (I loved the music score to this),so in short it was a blast to watch!

I saw this as a rental but I have read that the limited edition Blu Ray from Arrow Video is first rate and I believe that it actually comes on three separate discs containing 3 different cuts of the movie though I might be wrong!

https://youtu.be/JLPBILe-vmQ - Blood Rage trailer (made in 1983 but released in 1987).

Slasher fans check this one out you won't be disappointed!

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Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
I need to check out Blood Rage!

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Well, i watched The Kindred (1987)

"Amanda's deathbed request to her son, John, was for him to destroy all the lab notes etc. from her last experiment. She also blurts out he had a brother.
At the funeral John meets Melissa, who claims to be his mothers biggest fan. Together with some of John's friends they go to Amanda's house, but none are prepared for what they find there." (IMDb)

This was pretty typical late 80s horror feature, much like The Nest and few others.
Solid acting, few nasty kills and nicely done creature.
Always good to see Amanda Pays, Rod Steiger plays the evil Dr. Lloyd and David Allen Brooks is our hero John Hollins.

A solid midnight snack for us horror junkies.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Not seen The Kindred in years Atomik but do remember liking it,pretty scarce now on VHS it is one that has been belonging for a DVD or Blu-ray release.

I think Synapse or someone like that had it scheduled sometime back for a future release but it seems to have fallen thru unless it still is on the cards!
 
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The Boogey Man (1980)

"A young girl witnesses her brother murder a man through a reflection in a mirror. Twenty years later the mirror is shattered, freeing his evil spirit, which seeks revenge for his death." (IMDb)

Finally watched this early 80s low budget Ulli Lommel hit and i liked it.
At first, i though that this is going to be a straight Halloween rip-off but then came the evil mirror spirit, some exorcist stuff etc.

It´s a little slow moving but has really cool atmosphere and i love the soundtrack.
The theme tune mixes Carpenter sounds, Oldfield´s Tubular Bells and even some Goblin.

Few cool kill scenes in this one, especially the ending rocks!
The lead actress, Lommel´s then wife Suzanna Love did pretty good as Lacey. Not so sure about her brother though [Big Grin]
I recommend this one if you happen to like low-budget early 80s supernatural horror stuff.
 
Posted by Crash (Member # 7484) on :
 
I've always like Suzanna Love and thought that she's had an interesting life. She came from a super-rich family and got involved in Andy Warhol's New York City scene where she met husband Ulli Lommel. She didn't do a lot of films, but she's especially good in Lommel's Brain Waves and The Devnonsville Terror, the latter, as an auburn-tressed Jamie Lee Curtis lookalike. Cool actress.
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Hair was the only film she was in outside Lommel movies.
 
Posted by Johnny Roarke is reckless (Member # 9826) on :
 
The Devonsville Terror is a good one. I still have a The Boogey Man / Devonsville Terror double-feature dvd
from Anchor Bay, which was released in the early days of the dvd format. Transfers still hold up reasonably well.

I believe The Devonsville Terror is scheduled for blu-ray release in the UK through the 88Films label,
along with Ulli Lommel's Olivia a.k.a. Prozzie (1983), which also stars Suzanna Love.
 
Posted by Crash (Member # 7484) on :
 
What is it about The Devonsville Terror? A lot of people, including me, like it, despite the fact that it has cheesy, stupid special effects, lots of talk, and some good actors and acting mixed in with some over-the-top lipsmacking performances. It shouldn't be good at all, but it is. Maybe it's because it's inherently interesting or that Lommel moves things along nicely. Suzanna Love--mimicking the look of Jamie Lee Curtis--is a big plus too. She's attractive and watchable, a good actress. Donald Pleasance was always welcome in any horror film of the period, and the thing is nicely shot on a tiny budget. And there's some decent gore and nudity. Maybe that's why it works after all...
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
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Watched The House Where Evil Dwells (1982).

"In 1840, a samurai comes home to find his wife in bed with another man, so he kills them both and then himself.
Flash-forward to the present day, and an American family of three moves into this since-abandoned house and starts to experience incidents of haunting and possession." (IMDb)

Oh boy, this "horror" film has so many unintentionally funny scenes you just can´t take it seriously.
The acting is mostly sub par but like Crash said on another thread, Susan George is a sight for sore eyes.
Doug McClure is so wooden i can´t help but laugh everytime i see him [Smile]

The ghosts are pretty well done though and i liked the settings.
The giant crab scene rivals the spider scene from The Beyond but it was effective enough for me because i hated those creepy crawlers [Big Grin]

The ending was very anticlimatic because that was the most obvious choice to end the film.
Can´t really recommend this one but i have to say that it´s a must see for all Susan George fans.
 
Posted by Crash (Member # 7484) on :
 
I'm glad to see someone else who appreciates the charms of Ms. George. I think of all her roles, this one is the most eye candy. She really looks great undraped, overbite and all. A very attractive presence in the 70s and 80s. [Smile]
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
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Just ordered this US scream factory double feature as I've always liked Ghost Warrior aka Swordkill and I'll just treat House as a bonus feature and at least get a chance to check it out and not get to upset if I think it sucks!
 
Posted by Crash (Member # 7484) on :
 
YW, you won't mind House. It's downright silly in spots, but it looks good, and at least it's different: a Japanese-American horror film from the 80s.
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Cheers Crash I have watched it years back but all I remember is the crazy scene with the crabs which is something that once seen is not quickly forgotten!
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Checked out The House Where Evil Dwells and while I did find plenty of faults with it I still found it to be pretty entertaining overall and i also thought it was beautifully shot!

Certainly nowhere near as bad as I remembered it and pleased I revisited!
 
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A killer stalks a composer staying at a posh Tuscany villa while writing the score to a horror film which has an incriminating clue to the killer's identity.-from IMDb

Other than being slightly overlong and having some hilariously bad dubbed dialogue this early 80s giallo by Demons director Lamberto Bava is a pretty solid effort that features some ok suspense,brutal kills with one in particular being extremely nasty,a touch of nudity plus a cool but admittedly repetitive (as it plays more or less constantly throughout) music score https://youtu.be/y-lEBT_RgPs that after a while seriously gets stuck in your head!

Can remember watching this back in the day on a heavily cut Vestron VHS video
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0085303/alternateversions and watching it here now on 88 film's Blu Ray which is uncut and features both decent picture and audio quality makes for a lot better viewing experience of A Blade In The Dark and I liked it enough for me to warrant picking it up for my own collection somewhere down the line.

Recommended 8/10.


I love The Nest pyro and have this original MGM promotional mug for the movie


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Which if you look inside of it you get a nasty surprise!


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Posted by TerdNthePoolGGB (Member # 9818) on :
 
O M G! Are you Bear Grylls Warrior [Big Grin]
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
Yeah I don't mind the odd roach there just a bit crunchy that's all!
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
[Big Grin]

Haven´t seen A Blade in the Dark yet but 31 days of horror is soon here again!
 
Posted by the young warrior (Member # 9554) on :
 
A Blade In The Dark i thought was decent Atomik though some of the dubbing is seriously bad but overall it's quite atmospheric and there's some pretty brutal kills in there!

Well worth checking out as is director Lamberto Bava's wacky 1987 giallo Delirium (below).

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Extremely bizarre at times but it's a fun 90 odd minutes and Serena Grandi looks stunning in it!
 
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
 
Yeah, i own and have seen Delirium. U can´t go wrong with Grandi and Sabrina Salerno [Wink]
 


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