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Discussion in 'Site News' started by rhett, Oct 22, 2009.
I honestly haven't seen Drag Me To Hell, yet.
I have to go with the remake of The Grudge.
Definitely Drag Me To Hell, but I have a weird soft spot for The Messengers as well.
Easily Drag Me to Hell..but I will give honorable mention to Dance of the Dead. For a smaller budgeted release...this was a lot of fun and my favorite of the Underground releases.
I really liked 'Drag me to Hell' BUT I loved '30 Days of Night'. I thought this has been GH's strongest film so far, a great adaptation of the original graphic novel and it was a wonderful return of the Vampire as a cold, vicious monster rather than a sensitive emo teenager with no fangs and sparkly skin. A solid horror film that did pretty well despite being 'R' rated.
I really like 30 Days of Night. It gets my vote. Intense, well-acted and fun. Easily the best of Ghost House so far, but some of the recent ones (The Children, The Offspring) sound good and I'd love to get my hands on them!
30 Day's of Night. It was a different way to portray vampires. Can't say the ending was good but the rest of the film kept me entertained.
DRAG ME TO HELL,easily.It was one of the most entertaining mainstream horrors I've seen in a while and was (to me) a great return to Raimi's roots (after the tepid SPIDERMAN 3).The company made a solid reworking of JU-ON with THE GRUDGE,guess that would be my second favorite.
Not really a fan of Ghost House and I haven't seen any of the Underground titles. However, I did think Boogeyman 2 was pretty good.
Drag Me to Hell--My favorite movie of this past summer!
It would have to be Drag me to Hell for me.
Offspring was amazing! I've read the book and the movie was definitely just as sick and fun as the book. That would have to be my favorite. Drag Me To Hell was also an awesome movie.
Dance of the Dead rocked, being a fan of zombie films I enjoyed the light hearted romp though the undead prom.
Drag Me To Hell, best horror-comedy I've seen in years.
I know this is a horror board, but Legend of the Seeker is pretty good. And it's good to see well done cinematic/television portrayals of fantasy novels. Not every franchise must be mutilated by the screen.
I think I've only seen Grudge. Can't say I like it, but there it is.
Started watching Drag Me To Starbucks the other day, I had a short attention span that night and the opening scenes didn't hold me for very long.
I'm going with 30 Days of Night I really enjoyed this vampire installment. Great idea being in Alaska. Haven't had a chance to see Drag yet, but from the decent reviews, will definitely check it out.
I'm going with 30 Days of Night because, despite some major flaws, it was still pretty good. And because it's the only Ghost House film I've seen. I'll be getting Drag Me to Hell from Netflix soon though, so I'm looking forward to checking that out.
The Children, since I had no expectations going into it (unlike w/ DMtH), and it made for an engrossing, disturbing viewing. Total sleeper.
Raimi has such a keen eye for an involved camera that I cannot recommend more his flick DRAG ME TO HELL. Inventive, clever and what we expect from a director like him; an enjoyable throwback to what he had accomplished before the SPIDERMAN trilogy. Now lets see what he will do with WARCRAFT !!
30 Days of Night for me. It was a very different type of Vampire story than what I have seen in the past. I haven't seen many on the list just the Grudges and Boogeyman.