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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 23/8/2007 10:17:44 PM   
Paap28


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I'd have to say Halloween 2, it's got a good storyline and also beacuse non of the other sequels are worth watching.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 23/8/2007 10:21:11 PM   
Paap28


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By the way what do you think of Stephen King's books movie adaptions, some were really good, others not worth watching.

My favourites are 

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


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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 23/8/2007 10:34:45 PM   
Paap28


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Wow what a load of DVD's you must have 100 there, see you have some horror classics such as...

The Exorcist
Halloween
Cabin Fever.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 23/8/2007 11:20:32 PM   
Horror Nut


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

By the way what do you think of Stephen King's books movie adaptions, some were really good, others not worth watching.

My favourites are 

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



Even though the adaption misses plenty of the gruesome details out, Misery is still excellent. Carrie and Shawnshank are also very good adaptions. I'm not going to go into the whole Shining debate.....so there.
 
Paap, what did you think of the Pet Semetary adaption??? I thought it was very good, better than the one star Empire gives it. 

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 24/8/2007 8:32:09 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

Wow what a load of DVD's you must have 100 there, see you have some horror classics such as...

The Exorcist
Halloween
Cabin Fever.


Come on Paap.......'classic'?

If you want a list of odd horror films that are worth a rewatch, then try:

Night of the Creeps
Fright Night
Waxwork (the Anthony Hickox one not Paris Hilton)
Zombi Flesh Eaters (if for nothing else than the Zombie vs Shark scene)
Bad Taste (and for that matter the superior Jackson film 'The Frighteners)
Black Christmas (the original 74 version)

That should keep you going and I am looking forward to your post modern reviews....

As for the Halloween sequel...indeed 2 is the best although Season of the Witch is sadly under rated....

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 24/8/2007 11:43:27 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: adamdavey

quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

Wow what a load of DVD's you must have 100 there, see you have some horror classics such as...

The Exorcist
Halloween
Cabin Fever.


Come on Paap.......'classic'?

If you want a list of odd horror films that are worth a rewatch, then try:

Night of the Creeps
Fright Night
Waxwork (the Anthony Hickox one not Paris Hilton)
Zombi Flesh Eaters (if for nothing else than the Zombie vs Shark scene)
Bad Taste (and for that matter the superior Jackson film 'The Frighteners)
Black Christmas (the original 74 version)

That should keep you going and I am looking forward to your post modern reviews....

As for the Halloween sequel...indeed 2 is the best although Season of the Witch is sadly under rated....


House of Wax featured Paris Hilton, not Waxwork...

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 24/8/2007 11:45:13 AM   
DazDaMan


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Horror Nut

quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

By the way what do you think of Stephen King's books movie adaptions, some were really good, others not worth watching.

My favourites are 

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



Even though the adaption misses plenty of the gruesome details out, Misery is still excellent. Carrie and Shawnshank are also very good adaptions. I'm not going to go into the whole Shining debate.....so there.
 
Paap, what did you think of the Pet Semetary adaption??? I thought it was very good, better than the one star Empire gives it. 


I think, if they'd kept in a lot of the blood and gore in the movie, it would have lost a lot of its initial psychological impact and been just about the blood and gore.  I can remember reading the book some time after seeing the movie and not being hugely impressed with it.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 24/8/2007 11:58:10 AM   
Horror Nut


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quote:

ORIGINAL: adamdavey

quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

Wow what a load of DVD's you must have 100 there, see you have some horror classics such as...

The Exorcist
Halloween
Cabin Fever.


Come on Paap.......'classic'?

If you want a list of odd horror films that are worth a rewatch, then try:

Night of the Creeps
Fright Night
Waxwork (the Anthony Hickox one not Paris Hilton)
Zombi Flesh Eaters (if for nothing else than the Zombie vs Shark scene)
Bad Taste (and for that matter the superior Jackson film 'The Frighteners)
Black Christmas (the original 74 version)

That should keep you going and I am looking forward to your post modern reviews....

As for the Halloween sequel...indeed 2 is the best although Season of the Witch is sadly under rated....


I agree with you there adam, Season of the Witch is very under rated. A lot better than most of the Halloween sequels.
 
By the way, what are everyone's first impressions of the Halloween remake???

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 26/8/2007 7:12:51 PM   
Paap28


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If the Halloween remake can make an equal impact as the original it's definatly worth a watch.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 26/8/2007 7:20:15 PM   
Paap28


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Film 4 just had a frightfest season did anyone watch any of the films.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 28/8/2007 12:12:10 PM   
adamdavey


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I feel sorry for Paap....no one answered his question.....so heres a question for him (and to keep my favourite thread alive)...

What is the best 'monster' movie ever made......(vampires / zombies dont count...they cannot be human in appearance....70's King Kong is the exception to this rule)

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 29/8/2007 12:26:50 AM   
Paap28


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Godzilla

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 29/8/2007 9:07:24 AM   
adamdavey


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

Godzilla




RubaDub....surely you can't let this one go......

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 29/8/2007 2:14:28 PM   
rubadub


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quote:

ORIGINAL: adamdavey

quote:

ORIGINAL: Paap28

Godzilla




RubaDub....surely you can't let this one go......


GODZILLA!!??

Pah!...

Everyone knows the gratest monster movie is Anaconda and then Deep Blue Rising and then Waterworld because Kevin Costner had gills and flippers in that film so teckniclly wasn't a human man and was a monster.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 29/8/2007 6:55:15 PM   
Starscream


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Deep Blue Rising?

Do you mean Deep Rising or Deep Blue Sea?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 29/8/2007 7:51:08 PM   
dj vivace


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Hopefully he means Deep Rising, a real classic. What about Jaws, or Shark Attack 3?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 29/8/2007 7:55:19 PM   
rubadub


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quote:

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Deep Blue Rising?

Do you mean Deep Rising or Deep Blue Sea?


Oh for god's sake...

...help us out adamdavey

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 29/8/2007 8:16:36 PM   
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The Thing is the best monster movie, surely?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 29/8/2007 9:35:22 PM   
ADRIAN MOORE


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Starscream

Deep Blue Rising?

Do you mean Deep Rising or Deep Blue Sea?


Take a look at rubadub's previous postings on this topic and you'll see where he's coming from.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 30/8/2007 7:45:41 AM   
adamdavey


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I am glad you all had so much fun with that one.....anyway you are all wrong.....the correct answer for a 100 points was the symbiot himself.....Alien

(runners up wereThe Thing and the shark from Jaws :the revenge )

So next area of conversation....which is the best Horror sequel of all time (has to be a 'part 2' and Aliens don't count as it is a action movie)

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 30/8/2007 10:28:30 AM   
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quote:

So next area of conversation....which is the best Horror sequel of all time (has to be a 'part 2'


It's got to be "Evil Dead II".
I remember going to my local fleapit in Sutton to see this when it was released. Given the original's rawness, I was completely unsure of what to expect. But, flipping 'eck, did it deliver!!!

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 30/8/2007 10:30:25 AM   
Ginger Tony


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Then again, "Dawn Of The Dead" is a bit good. But that doesn't have a part 2.....



< Message edited by Ginger Tony -- 30/8/2007 10:31:45 AM >


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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 31/8/2007 9:10:02 AM   
adamdavey


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to answer my own question as only Gigner Tony seems to be playing....

Damien :the Omen 2 has got to be up there with the best.....

Come on Paap....looking forward to your recommendation

(I want to choose CHUD 2: Bud the Chud in the Paap28 sweepstake madness)

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 31/8/2007 1:12:35 PM   
Ginger Tony


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quote:

ORIGINAL: adamdavey
Damien :the Omen 2 has got to be up there with the best.....


Damn! Forgot about that one! Excellent sequel, shame 1 or 2 of the effects haven't stood the test of time (The juggernat running over the oversized ragdoll is most upsetting)

Can I have Basket Case 2 in the sweep? Thanks!

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 2/9/2007 1:56:09 PM   
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What about Saw? I thought that was a brilliant film....much better than Hostel, the hills have eyes remake and all this modern gore porn crap...

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 3/9/2007 3:22:21 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: King_Bard

What about Saw? I thought that was a brilliant film....much better than Hostel, the hills have eyes remake and all this modern gore porn crap...


I saw Saw and it was good but then i saw Saw 2 and it was even better but i saw Saw 3 and it wasn't that good but then i saw Saw again and thought Saw 3 was ok but not as good as Saw 2 and Saw 4 is out soon so i'll have to see that after i've seen Saw 1,Saw 2 and Saw 3 again anybody else see Saw 1,Saw 2 or Saw 3?

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 3/9/2007 4:13:10 PM   
adamdavey


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quote:

ORIGINAL: rubadub

quote:

ORIGINAL: King_Bard

What about Saw? I thought that was a brilliant film....much better than Hostel, the hills have eyes remake and all this modern gore porn crap...


I saw Saw and it was good but then i saw Saw 2 and it was even better but i saw Saw 3 and it wasn't that good but then i saw Saw again and thought Saw 3 was ok but not as good as Saw 2 and Saw 4 is out soon so i'll have to see that after i've seen Saw 1,Saw 2 and Saw 3 again anybody else see Saw 1,Saw 2 or Saw 3?


You've just made my head saw........

As Paap28 didn't answer the best sequel question...I will answer for him......

'Species 2 is the best sequel ever. It has lots of aliens and explosions and has better effects than Aliens. Its a shame Mira Sorvino didn't return....wait thats Mimic......that was the bestest ever........'

So onto the next apprciation question:

' What is the best British Horror film ever - only you are not allowed to choose a film made post 70's'

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 3/9/2007 4:45:14 PM   
rubadub


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Oh,that's easy.Blood On The Tomb Of The Grave Of Dracula's Daughter,starring Christopher Reeves and Vincent Cushing.

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 3/9/2007 8:01:38 PM   
adamdavey


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quote:

ORIGINAL: rubadub

Oh,that's easy.Blood On The Tomb Of The Grave Of Dracula's Daughter,starring Christopher Reeves and Vincent Cushing.


gotta say, I had to check to see if this was real! COuld have easily been a 70s hammer effort!

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RE: Horror Movie Apreciation Society - 3/9/2007 8:12:32 PM   
dj vivace


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I saw Saw and it was good but then i saw Saw 2 and it was even better but i saw Saw 3 and it wasn't that good but then i saw Saw again and thought Saw 3 was ok but not as good as Saw 2 and Saw 4 is out soon so i'll have to see that after i've seen Saw 1,Saw 2 and Saw 3 again anybody else see Saw 1,Saw 2 or Saw 3?
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 Brilliant!!

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