Forever Evil

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  1. Mark Relford

    Mark Relford Chairman of the Bored

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    Picked this up at a used CD/movie shop:
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    Video Summary: A fun outing by a group of college graduates turns into a nightmare. Marc Denning barely escapes with his life and has to sit by helplessly as his friends are brutally mutilated by some supernatural force. Some time later, Marc meets a mysterious woman who claims to have lived through a similar experience. United together they search to uncover and destroy this evil force, and with the help of a crusty old police detective, the clues begin to fall into place. The closer the duo get to the evil, the more tragic their lives become. Can they ever overcome this supernatural beast that is FOREVER EVIL? Can the world survive if they don't?



    I was thinking about getting this one:
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    Are these movies worth watching?
     
  2. hell ya!

    hell ya! ~Go ahead, make my day~

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    I remember renting this when i was younger and thinking it was pretty bad. I only remmeber little bits of it but ya it was pretty bad, tho if it were released on DVD i would probably buy it just to see how bad it really is. :evil:
     
  3. BFMF_97

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    Ha, I remember watching this one years ago, it was on USA or something like that. I think my time would have been better spent watching bread burn in a toaster.
     
  4. MapleBob

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    I saw the Unnamable on USA a lot of years ago. I liked it but I think it is just barely H. P. Lovecraft.

    I keep wanting to check to see if it's out on DVD from time to time but always forget the name.

    According to IMDB there was a 1993 sequel I'd be interested in seeing if it ever comes out on DVD.
     
  5. STREET TRASH

    STREET TRASH Synthicide

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    Forever Evil isn't a total waste. There's a scene near the end where this couple relentlessly tries to kill a zombie, with no luck. It was pretty funny.

    The Unnamable is quite good if you ask me.
     
  6. Hellbilly

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    Forever Evil is kinda cheezy to say the least but it's still a fun watch.
    Loved The Unnamable though, pretty good flick. Didn't care too much about the sequel.
     
  7. dmeister

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    The guy who did Forever Evil put together a great website called Making a bad movie, which chronicles the making of Forever Evil...

    dmeister
     
  8. mcchrist

    mcchrist A new breed of pervert!

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    The Unnamable is so-so, not very memorable IMO. This is one of those Lovecraft "adaptations" that really don't jive, the story itself was only a few pages long and it wasn't anywhere near the storyline presented in the movie.
     
  9. Agent Z

    Agent Z "Get to the river...

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    FOREVER EVIL=FOREVER CRAP
     
  10. Aceman

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    Forever Evil was pretty bad low budget cheese! It has a few gore scenes.
    But the Unnamable was great! And I also liked the sequel!:p How could anyone NOT like the beutiful Maria Ford running around completely naked the whole movie!:banana:
    I am a big Maria Ford fan!

    "Man....You come right out of a comic book"
     
  11. I liked Forever Evil.
     
  12. dmeister

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    Neither was Re-Animator, but everyone seems to love that flick! ;)

    dmeister
     
  13. Mark Relford

    Mark Relford Chairman of the Bored

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    Hey, thanks for the link! That was more entertaining than the movie.:D Forever Evil was an enjoyable time waster. The highlight was Marc's dream sequence. His dead and very pregnant girlfriend rips out this demonic baby. It just plops on the ground. :lol:
     
  14. dmeister

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    Yeah, I actually rented the movie because the site was so entertaining when I ran across it a couple of years ago.

    dmeister
     
  15. The Chaostar

    The Chaostar Johnny Hallyday forever

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    Sorry guys but I HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED, HATED THE UNNAMABLE! As a Lovecraft fan, I find this turd of a movie A TOTAL DISGRACE!!!!!!!!!!
     
  16. mcchrist

    mcchrist A new breed of pervert!

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    Not exactly, there were a number of stories dealing with Herbert West, there was plenty of material to work with IMO. That's why Re-Animator works for me, the elements are there. With The Unnamable, aww hell, it was crap. Nothing Lovecraftian at all.
     
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    Well, I think the only "elements" that were in the movie were two guys trying to re-animate the dead with a homemade concoction. ;)

    Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed Re-Animator, but it was far from the descent into madness that the book portrayed.

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  18. Mark Relford

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    Whoa :D

    If it's 16:9, I'm buying :eek1:
     

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