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oneyedwilly
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gonna watch LET THE RIGHT ONE IN, read some of your guy's reviews here and and so i am definitely giving it a go.
good call Ronnie, this movie is a must see unless your one of few that just cant stand reading subtitles. I was surprise at how this movie affected me. i watched it not knowing anything about it. great film
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AFTER. LIFE: Not very good. This story couldve been told in a half hour TALES FROM THE CRYOT episode.

Christina Ricci: Im not dead
Liam Neeson: You ARE dead
Christina Ricci: Im not dead
Liam Neeson: Yes, you are.
Christina Ricci: Im not dead
Liam Neeson: Why do you annoying dead people keep insisting your still alive when Ive already told you twice your dead! Your dead! Dead, dammit! Deal with it.

Skip it.

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I watched Fragile...started out sloooow but got really good.
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The Collector--Now, I'm all for horror, gore, whatever. But torture?? That's a bit much for me, and that's all the Collector was--a torture movie. I mean, it had somewhat of a plot and whatever, but ugh. I looked away from the TV more often than I looked at it.
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Yeah I didnt care for that one either. Why was the dude even breakinging into their house to torture them? Did he have a motive?

Im a HUGE Horror fan but "violence for the sake of violence" sorta turns me off. I like motives. I like a little more STORY. Sadly nowadays a LOT of Horror is someone tying someone to a chair and torturing them for an hour and twenty minutes. I wish this Horror trend would die and die fast.

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Yeah, I never got why he was breaking into their houses either. And the part where he saved the spider (right after killing someone) was a little...odd. I mean really you're gonna torture an entire family of people (and their cat) but you're gonna save a spider???
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Venom (2005)

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Just finished watching this in it's entirety for the first time..And it wasn't bad...I actually rather enjoyed this one. Thumbs up [Smile]

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Venom is a good movie. Glad you liked it.
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I watched one called Hoboken Hollow. I'd never even heard of it, but I got it at Walmart for $5.00. It was on a disc with three other movies. It had Dennis Hopper, C.Thomas Howell, Robert Carradine and Michael Madsen. It was really good...supposedly based on a true story.
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Secret Sunday a.k.a. 9 wat (2010):
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A very good Thai Horror film that I can highly recommended for any fan of the Genre. Well acted, Creepy, Great Cinematograpghy, and even dramatic in some parts. The only flaw I see in this film is that the plot can get a bit confusing and hard to follow at some points. Especially due to the fact that it's english subtitled. But other than that it makes for a great late night, alone-in-the-dark viewing experience. [Smile]

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will be giving this one a go.
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clive barkers the plague James van der beek (dawsons creek) was a bit like children of the damned and children of the corn rolled in to one
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Shallow Ground
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Watched The Crazies (2010) last night.
It was a good movie, some minor flaws but all in all it was entertaining 90+ minutes.
Decent cast, nice small town setting and spooky, intense atmosphere.

I´ve seen the original ´73 Romero film once in the late 80s
but don´t remember anything about it.

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petty fan what is the reeds like,i've seen kill theory and the final and thought they were both really good,i think i can remeber liking hoboken hollow ,i'm sure jason connery also appeared in it. venom and the crazies also get the thumbs up, i really liked the collector,ok it did not have the most logical plot out there,but i would say that's 99% of horror films in general! just watched john carpenter's the ward and though nothing amazing i quite enjoyed it!

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Trick 'r Treat (2007) last night.

It was very good and had a great atmosphere which is really important.
Cool kids, pretty ladies and scary monsters.
Can we have a sequel, please!

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The Reeds is about these friends who go on a boat ride through this swampy area and stuff starts to happen to them. It's just okay...nothing great.
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Nightmare on elm street (2010) The film was ok, but no one can play Kruger like Robert Englund. The new freddys mask was terrible, he just wasnt scary, didnt have the freddy sense of humour which makes the originals. I just kept thinking thats the guy from watchmen hes not freddy [Roll Eyes]
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i agree amaranth. this nightmare was to the rest of them as indy 4 was to its orginal trilogy, a very crappy addition
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Piranah...the last half hour or so of the movie was good...I could've done w/o all the t & a throughout the movie though.
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