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Friday the 13th the final chapter (1984) corey feldman was the little kid not a bad movie all up
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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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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...
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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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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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Maniac (1980)

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

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Midnight Madness
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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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Razorback. ("Nine hundred pounds of marauding tusk and muscle.") An Australian horror film about a rampaging outsize pig in the outback.
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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.

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Pin. ("Is Pin alive? Leon knows... but nobody believes him!")
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^^^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]

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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?

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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!]

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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.

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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]
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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 ???

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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.

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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.

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Thanks for that Cassie [Smile]

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

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quote:
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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]
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The Howling 3. ("Just when you thought it was safe to go Down Under.")
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So how did the second viewing go, hewzy?
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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]

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Silver Bullet... Seem to enjoy this more every time i watch it. Uncle Red proper reminds me of my own uncle!! Great Film
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