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Discussion in 'Slashers' started by MoonGirl84, Nov 23, 2010.
Personally I always liked Dont Go To Sleep myself
Donnie don't dance...Don't Go In the House is also my personal favorite as well. When a chick tries to get me to disco dance I set fire to her hair.
I think the end of Don't Go in the HOuse makes up for all the insanity that guy did to women.
A crazy ex BF of mine claims he was the kid in this movie. lol said the directors knew someone he knew and he got the part. I'm not so sure about that but that's what he said. lol
DON'T GO NEAR THE PARK
I have to dissent.
After one particularly shocking and memorable scene, this becomes a borefest that owes way too much to Psycho for its own good.
Again, as Brad Jones might say, never reference a (far) better movie in your shitty movie.
Slasher gal, I might be taking an exit. I think that is what you guys want.
I found this today at Halfpricebooks for $5. It will sit in the To Watch pile for a month no doubt but for five bucks...
Be careful with which version of DON'T ANSWER THE PHONE you grab -- there's an old Rhino disc that's cut to hell. I produced a standalone special edition with BCI Eclipse and it's currently the best version available:
It's a new anamorphic transfer from an uncut print, with some pretty cool supplements -- I did a featurette with star Nicholas Worth about the film (it was his last interview before his death) and got writer Shane Dallman to moderate an audio commentary with the director. There's also a stills collection and some trailers. The later multi-pack reissues from BCI and Mill Creek are missing these extras.
Just checked and its the BCI Eclipse version.
Finally picked up Don't Go in the House, y'all were right it is really good!
Is Don't Answer the Phone any good?
anyone else wish they would've made a movie out of Don't!, the trailer from Grindhouse?
I like it, and it seems to get better with each subsequent viewing. It's really sleazy in the typical late 70's/early 80's style, and Nicholas Worth's unique performance in it was Oscar worthy.
Is it a "good" film? Well that's debatable, but it's certainly trashy exploitation fun.