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80'sRocked

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I watched Underworld, Rise of the Lycans the other night.....awesome!

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Last night I watched Blood Cult,1985.....terrible!

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Mostly kids stuff for me as well. Introducing my three year old to The Great Pumkin Charlie Brown, Garfield's Halloween, The Flintstones Meet Rockula and Frankenstone...hey...at least they're classics that I still enjoy!

* Shamefully...I did recently watch Hocus Pocus...by myself. Don't give up hope on me yet horror fans...I have a 100 + horror movies and hoping to start my Halloween run soon.

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I saw EDEN LAKE awhile back and really enjoyed it. My best friend watched it with me and he was like "meh" but it was a movie that sorta stuck with me long after the credits rolled, ya know what I mean? It kinda "ruined" my day, hahaha. But as a horror movie it worked. It was POSSIBLE and those movies always scare me more than Boogie-Man stuff.

I have TRICK R TREAT in my house but havent watched em yet.

I watched the 70s movie SQUIRM sober the other day. Something told me I shoulda done a Beer Run and that somethin was right! But its a movie I remember them playing on channel ALL THE TIME as a kid so i felt like I should finally watch The Whole Thing.

Been watching a lot of GOOSEBUMPS and TALES FROM THE CRYPT with my daughter. Ive said it before and Ill say it again, I thank God for GOOSEBUMPS. Its made watching "scary shows" with my daughter so much easier. Its like from GOOSEBUMPS you work your way into watching stuff like TWILIGHT ZONE,TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE and TALES FROM THE CRYPT.

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quote:
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[QB] I watched Underworld, Rise of the Lycans the other night.....awesome!

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I like all 3 of the series... [Wink]
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Has anyone seen the remake of Last House on the Left? I hear mixed things about it. Some say it is really just brutal and terrible. I really don't have much stomach for the torture stuff anymore like Hostel, Saw, etc. I still love my scary movies, but find myself drifting back to the old school stuff a little more (Halloween, Friday the 13th, Children on the Corn, Saturday the 14th Strikes Back [Wink] ).

I am sure my parents had a fit when they saw that stuff back then, what we were watching and were probably just disgusted. Probably just showing my age more than anything.

But what of The Last House...? More like old school horror with more "jumps" and "scares" or am I going to see stomach turning stuff...you know what I'm talking about I am sure.

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My teenage nieces hated it , were thoughoughly disgusted. they say there is no entertainment value in watching people get beaten raped and tortured. As a horror enthusiast I have to agree to a level. I much prefer suspense and The Chase then watching these movies where people are held captive and slowly humiliated and or tormented.

I havent seen the original LHOTL since I was a teenager but I remember not being very "moved " by it. then again - I like I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE, so what do I know?

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i haven't seen the new last house on the left and i probably won't not interested in seeing the rape and torture myself! we watched boogeyman last night it was pretty good for a older scary movie i forgot the actress from bones was in that movie it had to be her first she was very young lol
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I watched an old movie (dont know if its from 70s or early 80s) called DEAD OF NIGHT. This might have even been a Made For TV movie: not sure. Well, anway, it has three stories and while the first ones a dud and the second one is only mildly better the third one was a keeper (I had heard about it over the years so thats why i was looking to rent this) Its called BOBBY and its about this mother who has a Satanic ritual to try to bring her son back from the dead. And it WORKS. But liek so often happens in these movies he isnt the sweet little boy he was when he died anymore! He's E-VILLLLLL! My daughter loved it and ended up sleeping in my room alst night so while it didnt scare the crap out of ME it did work wonders for her!
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Last night:

Poltergeist II: The Other Side

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Not as good as the original. But compared to most sequels, it holds up well.

7/10

Tonight:

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Anybody seen this?

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I did see Let The Right One In. Highly enjoyable,but I was not as moved by it as the accolades the critics were pouring on it. Still, good story, good visuals and nice and moody. You will most likely find good stuff to like in it.
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last night we watched alien movies on the amc channel and this morning i watched The Shaft on sci-fi these channels have the 30 days of halloween going so no need to put in my dvd's except for the shining which i bought on dvd and they are showing it tomorrow on amc at 6;30 p.m. rather watch the dvd uncut! i also watched ghost voyage today and part of lake dead! tonight we are gonna watch ghost town on syfy ay 9;00 in between the hockey game never saw that movie yet?
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Well, today I went to Walmart with the intention of buying one stinking movie, but of course the good ole $5 bin immediately stared me in the eye and I couldn't say no.... and what do you know? I end up buying 7 movies! It is a sickness....All good for this time of the year though:

Maximum Overdrive:
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Strange Invaders:
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Invaders From Mars:
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Fright Night:
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Hellraiser:
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Prom Night II, Hello Mary Lou:
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Happy Birthday to Me:
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Should keep me busy for a while. [Big Grin]

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Well, I just rented The Deadly Friend. My sister loved that movie and we had fun watching on Turner South (GA). They fuzzied up the gory parts but it was still fun.
And since it's my birthday tomorrow, I'm going to be watching whatever movies I want.
Sleepy Hollow (Tim Burton)
Evil Dead 1 and 2
Army of Darkness
The Lost Boys
Casper (for my kid)
All my Vincent Price movies
Teenage Zombies (old old old and cheap cheap cheap)
I need to get to Wal mart if they truly have Fright Night.

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Tonight:

Fright Night

I haven't seen this in a while.

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quote:
Originally posted by 80'sRocked:
Well, today I went to Walmart with the intention of buying one stinking movie, but of course the good ole $5 bin immediately stared me in the eye and I couldn't say no.... and what do you know? I end up buying 7 movies! It is a sickness....All good for this time of the year though:

Maximum Overdrive:
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Strange Invaders:
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Fright Night:
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Prom Night II, Hello Mary Lou:
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Happy Birthday to Me:
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Should keep me busy for a while. [Big Grin]

You found Happy Birthday to Me in the $5 bin??? I can't find it anywhere around here!!!
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quote:
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You found Happy Birthday to Me in the $5 bin??? I can't find it anywhere around here!!!

Yes!!! Suckers.... it amazes me at the movies I find in that bin that most would pay top dollar for!
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love maximum overdrive one of my favorites the wacky girl cracks me up in it with her constant yelling at her husband curtis!! lol i can still hear her squeaky yelling in my head when i think of this movie ! i watched timber falls last night and today silence of the lambs another of my faves!!
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I watched both Fright Night 1 & 2 last night. The 2nd one was a lot better than I thought it was going to be.

Fright Night also has one of the best soundtracks I've ever heard. 80s or any other time.

Armies of The Night

It's a damn shame that Traci Lind didn't star in a few more films. She was a knockout.. [Smile]

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I'm gonna watch Prince of Darkness. I've never seen it--hope it's good.
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wow never saw blood cult either i will have to see it now i watched the shining last night love jack in that movie! "here's johnny"!!!
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Good score 80's....I hate seeing movies like Fright Night and Say Anything in the $5 Walmart bin...it's like...hey...they're worth way more than that! I almost want to buy more copies even though I already own them...it's offensive! [Frown]
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quote:
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wow never saw blood cult either i will have to see it now i watched the shining last night love jack in that movie! "here's johnny"!!!

Blood Cult is a bad b-movie Buffalo, but it is a classic and has a cult following. I couldn't find it on youtube so I will post it up there myself. I'll give you the link to part 1 after I do.
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Oh I absolutely love Prince of Darkness! This was an 80's movie (1987), so of course it rocked, but it was just so cool on so many levels. Truly a "John Carpenter movie" from beginning to end. The stark title card. The random non-sequiter style scenes and jump cuts. The great low, grumbling, repetitive synth soundtrack. Just filled with great visuals and "boxed in" kind of claustrophobic feel to it.

A good effort to be more than just a "start introducing them and start knocking 'em down" horror flick. It took a shot at physics, theology, the nature of the universe, good and evil and was filled with great lines like Anything traveling faster than the speed of light would appear to be going backward in time. and What is it? A secret that can no longer be kept.

And the oscar goes to... [Razz]

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thanks 80'srocked!! we watched 13 ghosts last night then halloween was on amc the first one is my favorite so i had to watch it !!i liked 13 ghosts great effects !!
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quote:
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I'm gonna watch Prince of Darkness. I've never seen it--hope it's good.

good for you! one of john carpenter's best. [Smile]
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