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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 12/8/2007 8:11:12 PM   
Paap28


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The Fog was slow no shocks whilst The Thing was something new, and John Carpenter became famous after that film, the thing I dont understand is why on release the Thing didnt do as well as E.T, it's the director of fucking halloween.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 12/8/2007 8:13:42 PM   
Paap28


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Here are my top 3 Stephen King novels turned films...

1. The Shining
2. Carrie
3. The Shawshank Redemption

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 12/8/2007 8:14:58 PM   
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Sure The Fog may also be a piece of crap also but at least it's understandable.


So... You're saying that the simpler a film is, the better? Then by God, you must love 'Cliffords Really Big Movie'.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 12/8/2007 8:17:13 PM   
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Christine I have to agree with you is a great film, some of Stephen Kings turn out into classics.

Here are my top 5

1. The Shining
2. Carrie
3. The Shawshank Redemption
4. Creepshow
5. Christine


love the scene where he has some rock music playing, as the fat guy looks on. The car slowly pulls out onto the road and sits for a moment. Fat boy says: 'you aint made are ya''. The headlights come on and the mean machine roars towards its next victim.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 12/8/2007 8:25:31 PM   
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1.the exorcist
2.the omen
3.rosemarys baby
4.the fog(yerp i said it)
5.versus

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 12/8/2007 10:10:52 PM   
Paap28


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I'm not sayin that simplier movies are great, I'm sayin that you should at least be able to understand what the films about.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 12/8/2007 11:04:43 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Paap28

I'm not sayin that simplier movies are great, I'm sayin that you should at least be able to understand what the films about.


What...? Cinema should cease being an intellectual artform, and instead pander to the lowest common denomination? Err... No. I'd rather have to pay attention and actually think about a film rather than have my ego massaged and sit there with a gormless smile looking at all the pretty colours.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 12/8/2007 11:37:04 PM   
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The Thing is a SHIT film
The first half an hour keeps you hooked, especially that part in the kennel. But after that I just lost intrest.

John Carpenter can do better eg. The Fog and Halloween.


I'm sorry, but did i read that correct, The Fog is better than the Thing? Come on, you can't be serious!

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 12/8/2007 11:38:27 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Paap28

I'm not sayin that simplier movies are great, I'm sayin that you should at least be able to understand what the films about.


What's so difficult to understand about The Thing?


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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 1:26:38 PM   
Paap28


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Hey it's my opinion you lot can stick to your's.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 1:33:14 PM   
Paap28


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I know that we don't exactly see eye to eye with The Thing.

But here's a film which is great and tense...  THE SHINING!

You have to say that this was one of Stanley's outstanding films.
Also theres A Clockwork Orange.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 1:40:41 PM   
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quote:

THE SHINING
quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

The Thing is a SHIT film



Fuck me I just swallowed my dentures.


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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 1:58:48 PM   
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If you had a infinite number of monkeys and gave them an infinite amount of time, I still don't think you'd get such ludicrous (and badly grammered) statements/ threads as Paap28s.

Still, it is becoming compulsive viewing.....Here is my prediction for his next comment........

Julian Sands is the bestest actor of himself and Robert NiroDe.....I very much like his performance in Warlock which is much scarier than the exorcist....

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 1:59:09 PM   
Paap28


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May I be right in guessing that you are a Jaws fan.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 3:18:50 PM   
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Jaws is shit not as good as Jaws:The Revenge with Michael Kane's 2nd bestest performance after Beyond The Poseidon Adventure which is way gooder than the first one with Gene Wilder but are both crapper than the remake with Russell Kurt who is my 4th favrit actor after Jeff Fahey,Brian Bosworth and Jewed Lawe but that's just my opinion i like Underworld what does evrybody else think?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 3:25:48 PM   
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ORIGINAL: rubadub

Jaws is shit not as good as Jaws:The Revenge with Michael Kane's 2nd bestest performance after Beyond The Poseidon Adventure which is way gooder than the first one with Gene Wilder but are both crapper than the remake with Russell Kurt who is my 4th favrit actor after Jeff Fahey,Brian Bosworth and Jewed Lawe but that's just my opinion i like Underworld what does evrybody else think?


I think you're insane.


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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 3:30:48 PM   
Paap28


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Who else thinks that rubadub has lost it?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 4:01:50 PM   
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Who else thinks paap28's got far too much time on his hands?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 4:14:12 PM   
Paap28


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Adrian Moore never heard of you before!

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 4:19:16 PM   
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Hey it's my opinion you lot can stick to your's.


That's fine. But would you care to explain yours?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 5:31:19 PM   
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Hey all, never knew this thread existed I'm ashamed to say.

Just thought I'd ask, anyone else here fans of the Masters of Horror TV series??? Bought both parts of the first series and I was very impressed with virtually all of the episodes. Any fans out there who agree with me or not??? 

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 13/8/2007 6:32:37 PM   
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These are my top ten horrors. Not necessarily my favourites (although some of them certainly are), but rather the films that actually make me nervous after I've watched them at night.

1.   The Tenant (Roman Polanski, 1976)
2.   Suspiria (Dario Argento, 1977)
3.   Don't Look Now (Nicolas Roeg, 1973)
4.   The Innocents (Jack Clayton, 1961)
5.   The Wicker Man (Robin Hardy, 1973)
6.   The Shining (Stanley Kubrick, 1980)
7.   The Exorcist (William Friedkin, 1973)
8.   The Haunting (Robert Wise, 1963)
9.   Deep Red (Dario Argento, 1975)
10.  Repulsion (Roman Polanski, 1965)

Over to you, Paap!!!

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 14/8/2007 8:47:23 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: rubadub

Jaws is shit not as good as Jaws:The Revenge with Michael Kane's 2nd bestest performance after Beyond The Poseidon Adventure which is way gooder than the first one with Gene Wilder but are both crapper than the remake with Russell Kurt who is my 4th favrit actor after Jeff Fahey,Brian Bosworth and Jewed Lawe but that's just my opinion i like Underworld what does evrybody else think?


A fellow Paap28 fan....glad to see you copied my example of Paap speak

anyway, in reply:

The film Stone Cold is the bestest actioner ever and Brian 'Boz' The Bosworth is a greater action star than Arnold 'Sly' Schwarzeneger.

I cannot agree with Jeff Fahey being good acting though. He is not as better as Wings Hauser or Gary Busey. Have you seen Gary BUsey is Bulletproof - let me know aht you think....

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 14/8/2007 9:16:33 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Horror Nut
Just thought I'd ask, anyone else here fans of the Masters of Horror TV series??? Bought both parts of the first series and I was very impressed with virtually all of the episodes. Any fans out there who agree with me or not??? 


Hiya horror Nut!

Loved the 1st season, essential veiwing for any horror fan!

John Carpenter's "Cigarette Burns" was class! John Landis' "Deer Woman" was hysterical (the reference to American Werewolf had me in fits). Takashi Miike's "Imprint" is just a tad sick (can't say i've ever seen anything like that made especially for the TV!) and Argento's "Jenifer" is just plain wrong!!!

Can't wait for season 2 on DVD!

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 14/8/2007 9:47:26 AM   
Paap28


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Well you guys I'm gonna be in Scotland over the next few days, so you might not be hearing from me.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 14/8/2007 9:49:06 AM   
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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 14/8/2007 9:49:35 AM   
Paap28


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I once watched the Amityville Horror at night and later on woke up at 03:15, creepy.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 14/8/2007 10:26:37 AM   
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I once watched the Amityville Horror at night and later on woke up at 03:15, creepy.


I once watched Ringu and died 7 days later.......

(I am now a ghost poster)


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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 14/8/2007 11:20:52 AM   
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I once watched Evil Dead 2, then, guess what? I got a chainsaw and killed my girlfriend.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 14/8/2007 12:44:10 PM   
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I once watched The Thing and shot my dog.

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