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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 14/8/2007 5:29:11 PM   
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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 15/8/2007 10:09:12 AM   
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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 16/8/2007 8:24:36 PM   
Mikey 6


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Anyone else missing Paap28?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 17/8/2007 8:28:01 AM   
adamdavey


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Mikey 6

Anyone else missing Paap28?


I am really missing him but isn't there a little Paap28 in all of us......

Explosions are the greatest thing in films...they are best than kissing....what do you think?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 17/8/2007 7:16:18 PM   
Paap28


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Hey I'm back from Scotland I watched The Hills Have Eyes and The Hills Have Eyes Part II (originals) at my cousins house and was suprised that it was a really great film, have any of you lot seen it.

It's totally better than the remakes. 

< Message edited by Paap28 -- 17/8/2007 7:39:24 PM >


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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 17/8/2007 7:36:48 PM   
Paap28


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You lot are probably wonderin what Paap means, well...

Paap is Hindi for Sin 

< Message edited by Paap28 -- 17/8/2007 7:37:41 PM >


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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 17/8/2007 7:53:28 PM   
Mojo


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

Hey I'm back from Scotland I watched The Hills Have Eyes and The Hills Have Eyes Part II (originals) at my cousins house and was suprised that it was a really great film, have any of you lot seen it.

It's totally better than the remakes. 


I haven't seen Part II but I really didn't enjoy the original nearly half as much as I enjoyed the remake.


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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 17/8/2007 7:59:33 PM   
rubadub


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

You lot are probably wonderin what Paap means, well...

Paap is Hindi for Sin 



???
I'm spent.
Anyone?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 18/8/2007 3:10:19 AM   
dj vivace


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Sin? Wow!!!! Can you explain?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 18/8/2007 1:21:59 PM   
Goa.Dragon


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Welcome back, Paap, it hasn't been the same without you.

quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

You lot are probably wonderin what Paap means, well...

Paap is Hindi for Sin 


So which sin is number 28? And what are the first 27 sins?

Off topic:
Why is Hindi such a hard language to learn? It's taking me forever to learn the simplest words and phrases...

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 19/8/2007 1:20:42 PM   
Paap28


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Well in my life I've commited 28 sins and that's why I'm Paap28.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 19/8/2007 2:25:43 PM   
rubadub


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

Well in my life I've commited 28 sins and that's why I'm Paap28.


Starting these threads is your 29th,30th,31st...

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 19/8/2007 3:06:54 PM   
Goa.Dragon


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quote:

Well in my life I've commited 28 sins and that's why I'm Paap28.


Peas and rice, I committed more than that this morning!

quote:

  Starting these threads is your 29th,30th,31st...


 

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 20/8/2007 4:24:48 PM   
Paap28


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No I mean really bad sins!

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 21/8/2007 8:42:32 AM   
MR T's GOLD CHAINS

 

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Check this one....

Pumpkinhead (1987) (not to be confused with the shite 1994 sequel)

Okay its not the best ever horror movie made but this is why I love it.
1. The atmosphere - Bojan Bazellis' lighting is creepy as hell.
2. The monster - Next to the Queen Alien in Aliens, one of Stan Winston's
best. Quite a freaky beastie this one
3. The concept - i think the concept of this film is bloody ace. Especially
the ending. Really unexpected and very original.
4. Lance Henriksen's performance - really good, you feel for Ed Harley
and he creates a wonderfully flawed character. I would have Lance in
any movie I would choose to make if I could. Really really good.

heres what the amazon fans had to say about it...

http://www.amazon.com/Pumpkinhead-Lance-Henriksen/dp/0792846478/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/102-6968400-2592950?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1187682543&sr=1-1

< Message edited by MR T's GOLD CHAINS -- 21/8/2007 8:50:22 AM >

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 21/8/2007 8:48:16 AM   
MR T's GOLD CHAINS

 

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And this one from the same year - god 87 was a great year for films.

Near Dark.

American gothic at it's best. Great vampire film and so undderated.
Kathryn Bigelow's direction is awesome - really good idea. Good
cast including Bill Paxton and Lance Henriksen. Better vampire film
than the Lost Boys - one of the best American vampire films. One
of my faves. Any takers?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 21/8/2007 10:31:00 AM   
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Manchurian is taken from Latin, meaning socialist and Candidate is also taken from latin, meaning candidate. There are no numbers next to my name as I can't count.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 21/8/2007 11:52:56 AM   
Paap28


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I thought you got it from that film The Manchurian Candidate.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 21/8/2007 11:55:00 AM   
Paap28


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I think that Near Dark and Pumpkinhead were on ITV4 last week, a part of their horror season and they're showin films such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre The Next Generation and Night of the Living Dead (1990).

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 21/8/2007 4:08:26 PM   
adamdavey


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From: the dumpster....
quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

I thought you got it from that film The Manchurian Candidate.


Sometimes I really don't know if he is being sarcastic or just insane????

I used to think that Paap used to be from Scandinavia (or somewhere like it) due to his poor grasp of both sanity and the English language, however, as he is watching ITV4 I am guessing that he (?) is just completely bonkers.....

However, I still think that he is the most consistantly entertaining poster.....

Long live the Paapster.......

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 21/8/2007 4:20:04 PM   
rubadub


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quote:

ORIGINAL: adamdavey

quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

I thought you got it from that film The Manchurian Candidate.


Sometimes I really don't know if he is being sarcastic or just insane????

I used to think that Paap used to be from Scandinavia (or somewhere like it) due to his poor grasp of both sanity and the English language, however, as he is watching ITV4 I am guessing that he (?) is just completely bonkers.....

However, I still think that he is the most consistantly entertaining poster...

Long live the Paapster.......


Damn right.Fuck Jonathan Ross,give the Film 2007 gig to Paap.

< Message edited by rubadub -- 21/8/2007 4:22:51 PM >

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 22/8/2007 12:19:34 AM   
Paap28


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I don't watch the shite shows on ITV4 but if they're showin a good movie I tend to tune in.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 22/8/2007 8:29:59 AM   
adamdavey


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From: the dumpster....
quote:

ORIGINAL: rubadub

quote:

ORIGINAL: adamdavey

quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

I thought you got it from that film The Manchurian Candidate.


Sometimes I really don't know if he is being sarcastic or just insane????

I used to think that Paap used to be from Scandinavia (or somewhere like it) due to his poor grasp of both sanity and the English language, however, as he is watching ITV4 I am guessing that he (?) is just completely bonkers.....

However, I still think that he is the most consistantly entertaining poster...

Long live the Paapster.......


Damn right.Fuck Jonathan Ross,give the Film 2007 gig to Paap.


I wonder what Paap thinks of Kevin Smith films......

< Message edited by adamdavey -- 22/8/2007 8:30:56 AM >


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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 22/8/2007 7:34:45 PM   
Manchurian candidate


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

I thought you got it from that film The Manchurian Candidate.




...





There is just no way to reply to that.

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Lyndon B. Johnson
"British Beatitudes! Beer, beef, business, bibles, bulldogs, battleships, buggery and bishops"
-Ulysses, By James Joyce
"Rose McGowan is a fucking clown"
-Harry Lime
"Who's Keith"
- Rhubarb

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 22/8/2007 7:39:37 PM   
Neth


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quote:

ORIGINAL: adamdavey

I am guessing that he (?) is just completely bonkers.....



That's as maybe, but at least his efforts are genuine attempts to keep this thread on topic.

Let's save the psychological analysis of other posters for... Actually, let's just not do that at all.

< Message edited by Neth -- 22/8/2007 7:50:59 PM >


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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 22/8/2007 7:45:11 PM   
Manchurian candidate


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I watched Peeping Tom earlier, I'm not sure if its technically 'horror' or not, but I really enjoyed it, even more so than the similar Psycho.

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Lyndon B. Johnson
"British Beatitudes! Beer, beef, business, bibles, bulldogs, battleships, buggery and bishops"
-Ulysses, By James Joyce
"Rose McGowan is a fucking clown"
-Harry Lime
"Who's Keith"
- Rhubarb

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 22/8/2007 7:54:11 PM   
rubadub


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Manchurian candidate

quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

I thought you got it from that film The Manchurian Candidate.




...


There is just no way to reply to that.


Manchurian Candidate?Sounds like a politics one.Bet it's crap.Not like horror ones.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 23/8/2007 9:22:33 AM   
adamdavey


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From: the dumpster....
quote:

ORIGINAL: Neth

quote:

ORIGINAL: adamdavey

I am guessing that he (?) is just completely bonkers.....



That's as maybe, but at least his efforts are genuine attempts to keep this thread on topic.

Let's save the psychological analysis of other posters for... Actually, let's just not do that at all.


I would just like to clear something up.....I have nothing but love for Paap28....at no point do I want anyone to think that I am taunting/ insulting him

This forum would not be the same without him and I am guessing that rubadub feels the same....

So lets get back on topic and ask the Paapster..:

Which is the SECOND best Halloween film...?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 23/8/2007 10:49:50 AM   
latics9

 

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in no particular order:
day of the dead
re-animator
the thing
evil dead
the descent

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 23/8/2007 11:07:49 AM   
Ginger Tony


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Manchurian candidate

I watched Peeping Tom earlier, I'm not sure if its technically 'horror' or not, but I really enjoyed it, even more so than the similar Psycho.


I've seen "Peeping Tom" a few times (recently picked up the Criterion disc on ebay) and I found some of it's subject matter quite disturbing! Brilliant film though!

Isn't the rule of thunb that if the films events couldn't happen (zombies, vampires etc) then it's horror but if they could (serial killers & general crazy people on kill-crazy-rampages) then its a thriller? I think "Peeping Tom" is definitely a pyschological thriller.

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