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Discussion in 'General' started by The Tall Man, Dec 31, 2014.
Crimson Peak is correct which only leaves photo #4.
Here is a second photo for the unsolved film.
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Got it! Terminator Salvation.
That is correct. Another set complete.
Well I've been inspired so:
Just a guess, is no. 2 STRAIT-JACKET ?
Nope, it does have that Castle aesthetic doesn't it? But it's not a Castle film.
Those are pretty tough, X-human. A few hints, maybe?
#1 The Queen of Spades
Is 2 Dementia 13?
Nice zbinks! Yes that's Queen of Spades. I'm kinda disappointed you got that as my next clue was another shot I liked and I never expected this to be ID'ed so I even took a third screenshot of the card Queen of Spades for my (hoped for) last clue!
I'll attach it anyways. The below is NOT a clue to the remaining four.
Nope. I can see why you'd think that but you guys are operating in the wrong decade.
Can't make these too easy. It's surprising sometimes what gets recognized and what doesn't. I thought Queen of Spades would be the last one standing and it was the first knocked off the perch! That's shot's not even plot relevant.
I like to give at least 24 hours before I post more screen grabs. I expect at least two of those to be ID'd in short order afterward.
Is #3 Phantasm?
Is no. 5 TWO EVIL EYES ?
Yes! I bet some people are kicking themselves on that one Cooperkill so nice eyes.
Yes! You've got good taste to spot this underrated gem. But I didn't even get to do an Argento grab.
And the 2 I figured would get picked next did. So that leaves the evens #2 and #4. Here's one more clue for each:
#2: Fiend without a Face
You've got it!
And my last clue for this one was to be film's most iconic moment (besides the crazy monsters of the final act of course):
Sorry, been a bit derelict in my duties. Here's one more clue for #4.
#4. Night of the Werewolf?
Correct! With Paul Naschy announcements left and right I couldn't let a round go without a favorite of his.
The slate is clear.
I've got a bunch of photos sitting around so here is another set.
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