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Yeah it was bad Helen,I also think the picture quality has got better over the time as when the station first started up the picture used always be fuzzy unless that was just me having to many drinks!

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Just watched "Silver Bullet" for the first time ever. Decent (but low budget) '80's horror flick, based on the far superior Stephen King novella "Cycle of the Werewolf".

They kept the basis storyline as the novella, so that was good (though the story began in the winter, not the Spring/Summer like in the film). And, the werewolf effects looked somewhat cheesy, but not horrible.

CH's souped-up wheelchair/motorcycle was very cool to see.

Also liked the scenes of summer in small-town Americana.

All in all, decent '80's horror flick.

Side-note: I'm a big "Twin Peaks" fan, and it was interesting to see the actor who played the Priest was also "Big Ed" on TP back in the day.

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I also loved the small town summer setting and what played a big part for me was the excellent music score by Jay Chattaway https://youtu.be/9kYckUaA33Y

Awesome movie Nostalgic and from Corey Haim's 80s output I think there's only one feature film I'm left to view and that is Murphy's Romance in which he co stars as Sally Fields son.

Any other Stephen King adaptations your yet to watch Nostalgic?

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