Paff's Halloween Top Ten

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  1. Guyver99

    Guyver99 Member

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    Wicker man :D

    Phantasm :D

    The fog :D

    Night of the Living Dead :D

    The Blair Witch Project :eek2:

    Seriously, once is enough for BWP. Even then I got motion sickness and a little bored at times.
     
  2. Toshio

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    I agree that BWP was an interesting attempt at taking the genre in a new direction, although I would have to consider it a failure. It wasn't very frightening, and I really didn't feel for the characters. I did pick up a copy when it came out, since it's not totally unworthy, but IMHO, it's probably best seen occasionally.
     
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    My list would definately include some Hammer classics such as Horror of Dracula and The Curse of Frankenstein. Where are all you Hammer lovers out there?
     
  4. Paff

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    You know, I can live with that. As long as you appreciate the attempt to change the genre, I can respect it.

    Actually, my list contains a Hammer classic every year. Horror of Dracula was on it last year. But Captain Kronos is a favorite of mine, finally out on DVD this year, and I wanted to give it props.
     
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    halloween night the one the onlt the classic halloween
     

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