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Discussion in 'General' started by wago70, Oct 5, 2004.
April Fools Day
Decoys (2003) Cold loving alien babes from outer space invade an College in Canada ... to have deadly sex with male students and to steal their DNA.
Silly sci-fi comedy with decent CGI effects and lots of jump scares. A little less goofiness and Decoys would have gotten three stars from me.
She-Creature (2001) Creepy tale about a sexy mermaid who can read minds and has an insatiable appetite for human flesh ...
Surprisingly well made Creature Feature flick that hardly looks like it was made for cable. Definitely worth checking out.
The Hazing (2004) from the director who gave us the excellent There's Nothing Out There! Solid campus horror-comedy that actually is funny! Cool flick, lots of references to other movies and a Bruce Campbell cameo Perfect for Halloween viewing (thanks to onebyone for recommending this movie).
10/29 - Happy birthday to me
Mark of the devil
All the colors of the dark
10/30 Return of the living dead 2
Night train murders
Count Yorga Vampire + Return
10/31 ? ? ? ? ? ? Some if not all
Dracula (1931) Universal
Curse of Frankenstein
Old dark house
City of the dead
Eyes without a face
Curse of the demon
Other's in Question- Halloween- Black Sabbath-
castle of blood-Curse of the devil-Omen-Texas chainsaw-Evil dead.
Still not 100% on whats for sure but this is what i have in mind
Dawn of the Dead ( 2004 )
Ghost Breakers ( Bob Hope )
Nightmare Concert ( Cat in the Brain )
The first episodes of Hammer's House of Horror, Highwaymen, Bride of Re-Animator, St. John's Wort, the bonus disc in the Friday the 13th-box, Contamination, The Revenge of Frankenstein, One Missed Call, The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms, Das Experiment, Chopping Mall. Good stuff indeed.
Didn't find the time to watch the original Halloween around these days 2004... watched Jeepers Creepers for the 1st time & liked it. Was a déjà vu experience in a way (not that I had been through sth. similar in "real life", but I ate some folks in a movie once)
I wish you and your families a happy and spooky Halloween!
Love and lots of treats,
SPECIES,DON'T LOOK NOW,APRIL FOOLS DAY (I got in on the last day of the BEST BUY sale,three movies for $20).
The true marathon will begin later this morning. Stragglers be damned.
Set to roll in a few hours:
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974...like you had to ask)
A Tale of Two Sisters
and that is just for starters! :evil:
This Halloween, I'm watching the following...
THE EXORCIST 2
THE EXORCIST 3
Just done watching Them! and woooo it was fun. Very educational monster flick, with good f/x. A vintage classic
The DVD has excellent transfer. I wish some newer movies would look as good as this one. Good job Warners.
October 30th: COMEDY OF TERRORS, THE RAVEN, 13 GHOSTS (the original film).
at 2:00 a.m. in the morning, I welcomed All Hallow's Eve with HALLOWEEN - the first official horror viewing of the day!
... you must see it with your own eyes to believe it, when THE FLY comes your way!
He sure came a long way
Just done watching The Fly (1958) and Return Of The Fly (1959). Great fun. After mutated ants and mutated flies I'm ready for killer kids from outer space: Village / Children Of The Damned are next on my Halloween viewing list.
Night of the Living Dead '68
Night of the Living Dead '90
Dawn of the Dead: US Theatrical Cut
Dawn of the Dead: Extended Cut
Dawn of the Dead '04: Unrated Director's Cut
Day of the Dead: SE
Followed by some Mario Bava films:
Special Documentary- Mario Bava: Maestro of the Macabre on IFC
Twitch of the Death Nerve
Last but not least, the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Halloween Marathon.
So far: Friday the 13th and Tourist Trap. More to come...
I haven't been watching much horror lately but my little Halloween Marathon started Thursday, Oct 28th with Pet Sematary.
Friday, Oct 29th I watched The Howling.
Saturday, Oct 30th my girlfriend and I watched Halloween 2 and Thriller - A Cruel Picture. I didn't like Thriller too much, strangely enough my girlfriend dug it and laughed through the hardcore bits.
I don't know about Halloween night, I kinda have an urge to see Return of the Living Dead (for the umpteenth time.) I doubt I'll have time to fit in a 2nd feature.
Watched three more chapters of The Phantom Creeps...
Chapter 4: Invisible Terror
Chapter 5: Thundering Rails
Chapter 6: The Iron Monster
Last night watched an excellent documentary on the Star! network entitled The Curse Of The Exorcist, hope this will be included in the eventual Exorcist prequel special edition.
Tonight, I will be watching:
It Lives Again
Island Of The Alive
and quite possibly Dawn Of The Dead 04 (again!!).
Wicker - The Theatrical Version.
Alien Ressurection, the Extended Version. I'm a fan of this film and like it more than Alien 3. But that's just me.
The Beyond. This is just simply one of my favorite all-out horror movies. Good shit!
Great titles - all! Yes, I love Alien Resurrection, too. I think the score is terrific - love Ripley's theme.
Very undecided tonight.I am currently watching Halloween 3.Then I don't know.