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the young warrior
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helen s i agree with you on halloween 2(2009),it was a bit of a mess ,but if that warrants a 4/10 i reckon black water warrants a 7/10,wasn't quite as good as the other croc flick rogue but overall i didn't dislike it and actually thought it was pretty good .
helen did you really dislike the collector that much,must admit to having the blu ray and actually think it's a pretty cool flick!

p.s - helen don't forget savage streets is on tonight on the horror channel.

tobe hoopers invaders from mars remake is a fun movie,i have it on a mgm double sided disc with another fun 80s sci/fi/horror strange invaders.

i also agree an american werewolf in london all the way,howling is great, but not as good as john landis's classic werewolf hit!

http://youtu.be/E3hHbpCdRt8-an american werewolf in london music vid. warning contains some adult content!
posted this on the best werewolf movie thread,but feel its just at home on here.

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quote:
Originally posted by Helen_S:
Aww, what a pain [Frown] Glad to see you back [Smile] Btw I don't think you ever got to see in your thread that I loved Stealing Home http://www.fast-rewind.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/2/10172.html#000000 [Smile]

Thanks Helen, just totally forgot about that film...looked it up via your link. cheers
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quote:
Originally posted by the young warrior:
helen s i agree with you on halloween 2(2009),it was a bit of a mess ,but if that warrants a 4/10 i reckon black water warrants a 7/10,wasn't quite as good as the other croc flick rogue but overall i didn't dislike it and actually thought it was pretty good .
helen did you really dislike the collector that much,must admit to having the blu ray and actually think it's a pretty cool flick!

p.s - helen don't forget savage streets is on tonight on the horror channel.

I'm afraid so about The Collector, it made me want to throw things lol. I preferred another film I watched by the Black Water director recently, The Reef. That had some really tense moments. I'll have to see Rogue [Smile]

I'm recording Savage Streets, will watch tomorrow. But I have just watched the film before it you recommended, Tamara. I agree it was a fun little flick [Smile]

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I guess I'm one of the few Halloween 2 fans on here! It wasn't awesome or anything, but it was decent.

As for Basketcase, ugh!! I hated that stupid movie!!! I didn't even bother with the sequels.

I didn't like the Collector either. I love horror movies, but torture just for the sake of torture isn't for me.

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Late chiming bak in. Thanks for the input Valley...I'll check out the Buffy episodes...I believe I have em all. And....I just love when you guys start talking about an old movie...and then I magically find it in a store where it has no business being....that being said, just scooped the Waxwork double feature at Zellers for $6! Also this past week, picked up The Fly 1 + 2, Psycho 2, Cujo, Exorcist 2 (I'm told, a waste of money, but for $5..couldn't resist), Candyman, and Wrong Turn.

A reminder about the recent release of Trick 'r Treat....I freakin loved this movie....one of the best modern Halloween flicks I've seen!

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I love Psycho II!

I haven't watched Waxwork in a long time. It starts good, but I can never finish it. It goes bad, for me.

Watched Hellraiser and up next...

Jeepers Creepers & Jeepers Creepers 2

Part 1 has the remake of Siouxsie Sioux's "Peek-A-Boo".. love the cover! [Smile]

Echo 3 - Peek-a-Boo

I love both movies! I do like part 2 a bit better.. with the highschool teens and the school bus.

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Day 8:

So far....

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Day 8: Cont

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Oct 1st -- Nada
Oct 2nd -- Near Dark (4/5)
Oct 3rd -- Hatchet (2.5/5)
Oct 4th -- The Shining (4.5/5) + The Howling (3/5)
Oct 5th -- Basket Case (2.5/5)
Oct 6th -- Sleepaway Camp(2/5)
Oct 7th -- An American Werewolf In London (4/5)
Oct 8th -- Alien Raiders (1.5/5) + Resident Evil (3.5/5) + Fright Night (3.5/5)

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Watched Halloween H20.. it's great to watch after recently seeing the original Halloween II. [Smile]

Also watched Urban Legend (1998). Fun 90's flick!

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Gonna have me a nice Double Feature Night Tomorrow with these 2 classics:

THE GATE(1987):

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THE GATE TRAILER


AND...


GATE II(1990):

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GATE II TRAILER

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I watched The House (2008)--very good movie. I also watched Scream 4 (again) and the Descent 2...meh, I could've done w/o that one.
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Day 9:


I plan of watching "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" and "Mimic" tonight.

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Resident Evil: Apocalypse -- An enjoyable zombie/monster flick that isn't quite as good as the 1st.  -  -  - out of 5

Mimic -- Bugs!?!?! Good monster movie, that'll make you want to take a quick shower.  -  -  - out of 5

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Watched "The Excorcist", "Halloween 2 (1981)", and "House of 1000 Corpses" this past week.
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Totally enjoying reading what everyone is watching as well as her/his thoughts about the films!! [Smile]

i actually revisted "Creepshow" and "Creepshow 2" for the first time in years today.  Penned by Stephen King with help from George A. Romero these were both staples on HBO during the 80's.  It was fun to watch them today and see so many familiar faces .. Leslie Nielsen, Hal Holbrook, Adrienne Barbeau, Ted Danson, Ed Harris, EG Marshall, George Kennedy, Tom Savini, and Lois Chiles.

Here's a reminder of what you get from each film:


Creepshow:


Father's Day

The first story concerns the Grantham family, whose matriarch Great Aunt Bedelia killed her demanding father Nathan in a rage seven years ago on Father's Day. The Granthams are rather happy about the death of the miserly Nathan because it allowed them to inherit paet of his fortune, but this year things go differently; Nathan rises from his grave as a vengeful zombie and begins killing off his relatives one by one in a quest for his "cake".

The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill

The second story revolves around Jordy Verrill, a backwoods bumpkin who, after being infected by the juice inside a meteorite that crashes in his yard, gets a little more growth out of his plants than he can handle.

Something To Tide You Over

Richard Vickers, a rich and jealous husband, decides to get revenge on his cheating wife Becky and her lover Harry in a creatively cruel manner, but learns too late that the tide has a way of bringing things back.

The Crate

A professor sees the release of a dangerous creature from a crate delivered to his college as a surefire way to rid himself of his monster of a wife.

They're Creeping Up On You

Upson Pratt, a mean old business tycoon with a fear of insects, gets bugged by roaches after he causes the suicide of an employee.


Creepshow 2:


Old Chief Wood'nhead

Ray and Martha Spruce own a hardware store in Dead River, a town that now lives up to its name. While it used to be a prosperous community, many of its citizens have now moved on. Due to the lack of customers, Ray spends his afternoons talking to Old Chief Wood'nhead, the wooden Indian that stands in front of the store. When the Spruces are robbed and murdered one night, the only witness is Old Chief Wood'nhead. He comes to life in order to seek vengeance for his slain friends.

The Raft

Four college students decide to spend the day relaxing and swimming at a secluded lake. While swimming out to a permanent raft in the middle of the water, Randy notices a rather odd looking oil slick. After Rachel  gets to curious about the unusual slick, the remaining three try to figure out a way to escape the raft and make it back to shore.

The Hitchhiker

After spending the evening at a male escort's apartment, Annie Lansing realizes she has about twenty minutes to beat her husband home from work. While racing home, she accidently strikes a hitchhiker with her car. Feeling guilty about the accident (but not guilty enough to stay for the police), she leaves the man to die in the road. Annie soon discovers that her problems are far from over, as the hitchhiker is not finished with her yet.

The Wrap-around Story

Billy is a young boy who is fascinated with horror comic books. Not only does he think they're fun to read, but they allow him to order such exotic merchandise as Venus Fly Traps!  After picking up one of his packages from the post office, Billy is accosted by some local bullies who will regret that move soon enough.

To be honest, while both movies were fun to watch again.. there is one segment that I consider by far the best:

The Raft:

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"The Raft" which is the second segment of "Creepshow 2" is not only the best of all the tales in the Creepshow movies in my opinion, it’s one of the best short horror films of all time. A foursome of college students take a road-trip out to a private lake for some funny, only to get stranded on an anchored wooden raft by a floating black glob of evil goo. It’s a tense, scary, and highly  entertaining ..

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and the ending is so awesome! [Cool]

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Day 9 Cont:

I also watched "An American Werewolf in Paris" last night.  -

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Terrible movie that doesn't compare to the original in any way.  -  -

Oct 1st -- Nada
Oct 2nd -- Near Dark (4/5)
Oct 3rd -- Hatchet (2.5/5)
Oct 4th -- The Shining (4.5/5) + The Howling (3/5)
Oct 5th -- Basket Case (2.5/5)
Oct 6th -- Sleepaway Camp(2/5)
Oct 7th -- An American Werewolf In London (4/5)
Oct 8th -- Alien Raiders (1.5/5) + Resident Evil (3.5/5) + Fright Night (3.5/5)
Oct 9th -- Resident Evil: Apocalypse (3/5) + Mimic (3/5) + An American Werewolf in Paris (1.5/5)

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Day 10:

Time for something different..

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The Quartermass Experiment  -  -  - out of 5

A missile, launched by the team led by Prof. Quatermass, lands in the English countryside. Of the three members of the crew, two have mysteriously disappeared. The third one, barely alive, undergoes an horrible metamorphosis turning into a monstrous "thing". When he breaks out and, chased in vain by inspector Lomax, starts killing humans and animals to feed his transformation, Quatermass realizes that this is the way chosen by an alien form of life to invade the Earth. -- IMDb

Quartermass II  -  -  - out of 5

Professor Quatermass, trying to gather support for Moon colonisation his project to colonize the Moon, is intrigued by the mysterious traces that have been showing up. -- IMDb

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i've watched hide and go shriek from 1988 about a group of teens who spend a night partying in one of there parents furniture store,not realising there being stalked by a cross dressing pyschopath.

nothing amazing but still quite good fun and far from being the worse of its type!

also watched sorority house massacre from 1986 which despite some of the usual shortcomings(microphone boom makes several guest appearances and like hide and go shriek some of the acting leaves a lot to be desired) turns out to be a decent enough low budget slasher!

http://youtu.be/W31b8w8Zq4M- sorority house massacre trailer ,see if you can spot the footage used from the slumber party massacre

again like hide and go shriek nothing amazing but still pretty watchable and at the end of the day i have seen so much worse!

valley i can remember creepshow 2 got quite a bad rap from some critics on release but when i got round to watching it i was surprised by how much i liked it!

the raft is great but i also really liked the hitchhicker

"thanks for the ride lady,thanks for the ride"

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Day 10:

Tonight's viewing:

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Oct 1st -- Nada
Oct 2nd -- Near Dark (4/5)
Oct 3rd -- Hatchet (2.5/5)
Oct 4th -- The Shining (4.5/5) + The Howling (3/5)
Oct 5th -- Basket Case (2.5/5)
Oct 6th -- Sleepaway Camp(2/5)
Oct 7th -- An American Werewolf In London (4/5)
Oct 8th -- Alien Raiders (1.5/5) + Resident Evil (3.5/5) + Fright Night (3.5/5)
Oct 9th -- Resident Evil: Apocalypse (3/5) + Mimic (3/5) + An American Werewolf in Paris (1.5/5)
Oct 10th -- The Quartermass Experiment(3/5) + Quartermass II (3/5) + The Exorcist (4.5/5)

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j2me i think an american werewolf in paris should be a -1.5/5,boy what a stinker!

that sure is one angry looking mutt on the front of that cover,i know it's not a poodle,is it a cross between a pit bull and a rat?

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Devolution here,

J2... Nada? Isn't that a light chicken gravy?

WE are DEVO

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FINALLY watched "The Midnight Hour" today! Sorta reminded me of "Hocus Pocus" mixed with the Halloween episode of "My So-Called Life." Loved the usage of "How Soon is Now" during the party scenes and I thought the makeup and costumes were all pretty awesome. The ending was pretty cute too with the love story [Smile] I think this will definitely be a movie I watch every fall!
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quote:
Originally posted by Devolution:
Devolution here,

J2... Nada? Isn't that I light chicken gravy?

WE are DEVO

[Wink] [Big Grin]

Day 10 cont:

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I decided to watch "Insidious" as well last night. One of my recent blind buys.

I'm really glad I picked it up -- I thought it was extremely well made, not to mention very creepy.

Well, the first 3/4 of it anyway...

It could be described as Poltergeist meets The Exorcist, and, whilst it isn't as good as either of those, it's a great addition to my Blu-ray library.

Oct 1st -- Nada
Oct 2nd -- Near Dark (4/5)
Oct 3rd -- Hatchet (2.5/5)
Oct 4th -- The Shining (4.5/5) + The Howling (3/5)
Oct 5th -- Basket Case (2.5/5)
Oct 6th -- Sleepaway Camp(2/5)
Oct 7th -- An American Werewolf In London (4/5)
Oct 8th -- Alien Raiders (1.5/5) + Resident Evil (3.5/5) + Fright Night (3.5/5)
Oct 9th -- Resident Evil: Apocalypse (3/5) + Mimic (3/5) + An American Werewolf in Paris (1.5/5)
Oct 10th -- The Quartermass Experiment(3/5) + Quartermass II (3/5) + The Exorcist (4.5/5) + Insidious(3.5/5)

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Watched The Wind (1987) aka Edge of Terror yesterday.

A decent horror thriller set on a small Greek island.
The movie was directed by Nico Mastorakis.
Starring Meg Foster, Wings Hauser, David McCallum, Robert Morley and Steve Railsback.

Some eerie scenes and Hauser gives a wicked performance as Phil the wacko.
Decent soundtrack once again from Mastorakis regulars Stanley Myers and Hans Zimmer.

The Wind - 1987 - Trailer

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Day 11:

Last nights viewing...

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Marybeth escapes the clutches of the bayou-butcher Victor Crowley and returns to the swamp with an army of hunters and gunmen, determined to end Crowley's reign of horror once and for all. -- IMDb

Not as good as the 1st.

Scream 4 came in the post today, so I'll be watching that tonight.  -

Oct 2nd -- Near Dark (4/5)
Oct 3rd -- Hatchet (2.5/5)
Oct 4th -- The Shining (4.5/5) + The Howling (3/5)
Oct 5th -- Basket Case (2.5/5)
Oct 6th -- Sleepaway Camp(2/5)
Oct 7th -- An American Werewolf In London (4/5)
Oct 8th -- Alien Raiders (1.5/5) + Resident Evil (3.5/5) + Fright Night (3.5/5)
Oct 9th -- Resident Evil: Apocalypse (3/5) + Mimic (3/5) + An American Werewolf in Paris (1.5/5)
Oct 10th -- The Quartermass Experiment(3/5) + Quartermass II (3/5) + The Exorcist (4.5/5) + Insidious(3.5/5)
Oct 11th -- Hatchet II (2/5)

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Day 12:

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Good addition to the "Scream" series. I need to see the first 2 again to determine how it compares. I already know it is a lot better than the 3rd one.

I ended up buying the French release, as it came with a load of features. Unlike the UK version, which only had the trailer.  -


Oct 2nd -- Near Dark (4/5)
Oct 3rd -- Hatchet (2.5/5)
Oct 4th -- The Shining (4.5/5) + The Howling (3/5)
Oct 5th -- Basket Case (2.5/5)
Oct 6th -- Sleepaway Camp(2/5)
Oct 7th -- An American Werewolf In London (4/5)
Oct 8th -- Alien Raiders (1.5/5) + Resident Evil (3.5/5) + Fright Night (3.5/5)
Oct 9th -- Resident Evil: Apocalypse (3/5) + Mimic (3/5) + An American Werewolf in Paris (1.5/5)
Oct 10th -- The Quartermass Experiment(3/5) + Quartermass II (3/5) + The Exorcist (4.5/5) + Insidious(3.5/5)
Oct 11th -- Hatchet II (2/5)
Oct 12th -- Scre4m (3/5)

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