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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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I think I've only seen the 976 Evil sequel, not the original.
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I'll watch it this week Atomik and post the bathroom pics up :)haha
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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.  -  -

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Friday The 13th: Part VI - Jason Lives (1986)
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I watched 976 Evil last weekend. It was good!
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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

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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.

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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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Zach, i´m glad that you enjoyed it.
What a great movie!

Here´s the Rewind Forbidden World thread

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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.

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Child's Play...I'm also watching The Lost Boys but it has so much comedy for a horror film...
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I LOVE the Lost Boys!
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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.
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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.

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I own Bells aka Murder by Phone. Good movie!
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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.

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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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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.

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quote:
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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.
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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.

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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.

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