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Discussion in 'Site News' started by rhett, Sep 11, 2009.
Gremlins 2:The New Batch since the New York setting made it entertaining
Dracula A.D. 1972
The ulta-mod fashions rock my socks, and Cushing and Lee are in great form battling it out. And speaking of great forms, its got Caroline Munroe in it! Yowza!
Army of Darkness all the way! "Get the fuck out of my way!"
I'll have to say The Devil's Rejects. Taking that crew on the road made for a more interesting and eventful ride than Ho1KC.
The Howling 2. Cuz everyone knows werewolves come from Transylvania.
On a different note,
What happened to contests where people had to doctor up clips out of movies? Some of those were hilarious, I'll never forget Brittany and her my bloody valentine crotch.
I think I would go with Halloween H20 Michael Myers entry in the series to leave Haddonfield.
Halloween III Season of the Witch
Halloween III takes fans from Haddonfield, Illinois to Santa Mira, California. I really like the new direction of the series and the creepiness of Halloween masks, robots, and snakes and bugs.
Ginger Snaps 3: Back to the Beginning.
You can't get more away from home than being different people, yet the same 100 years ago. Evil Dead 3 with Ash, still had Ash in it. As for Ginger Snaps, The series is probably teh best werewolf series out, the first is tied with Dog Soldiers for being the best Werewolf movie ever. But back to this post. The girls play great characters and setting them in an environment where young girls would not be expected is awesome. The language was more modern than what you would expect people 100 years ago would talk like but thats ok, its a sequel.
Gremlins 2: The New Batch! Not only do those pesky gremlins move out of small town Kingston Falls and inhabit New York City, but they completely take over a high rise shopping/TV station/business complex. And let's not forget the Futtermans are on vacation. Also, it's my all time favorite sequel (and ranks higher than the original) and it's got cameos and inside jokes galore!
Escape From L.A. Trading in the moody lighting and somber tone of New York for the wild colors and absurdist humor of L.A. was, I think, a great idea.
DEMONS 2. Loved the high-security high-rise setting, though not as much as the grindhouse-esque theater from the first one. The film played out like a demented hybrid of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, THE EVIL DEAD and THE TOWERING INFERNO.
Halloween 2 for me. the neighborhood setting in the first was cool, but the hospital in Halloween 2 is really creepy (and why is it so empty??? is everyone well in Haddonfield?)
As much as I love Troll 2 and some of the others mentioned in this thread... I have to go with Slumber Party Massacre 2. I love the whole "vacation home" horror, and this ranks as one of my all-time favorite guilty pleasures of the horror genre.
The Devil's Rejects! Can't beat a crazy people road trip.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986) for me, by far!!
Halloween III: Season of the Witch, no contest. I salute the brilliant work of Silver Shamrock and Conal Cochran in their efforts to spread holiday cheer. Plus, you have to respect any corporation that can steal a piece of Stonehenge. :glasses: This movie also features one of my favorite John Carpenter scores ever along with a starring role from Tom Atkins.
Army Of Darkness for me.
"First you wanna kill me, now you wanna kiss me. Blow".
Romero's Dawn of the Dead...my favorite horror film of all time and best of the Dead movies.
Another for Army of Darkness
I know it's not a total departure like going into space but I thought that taking Candyman from Chicago to New Orleans in Farewell to the Flesh was a no brainer.