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Discussion in 'General' started by The Tall Man, Dec 31, 2014.
Is #3 Happy Birthday To Me?
Sorry but Happy Birthday to Me is not correct. This movie came out a decade earlier.
#2: The Deadly Mantis (1957)
#3: Blade of the Ripper aka The Strange Vice of Mrs. Ward (1971)
#5: The Thing (2011)
Is #1 Hospital Massacre (aka X-Ray)?
#4 is Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse.
All answers are correct with the exception of Hospital Massacre. Here is a second photo hint.
basket case 3?
Basket Case 3 is correct.
You guys up for a new set?
#5 is from Lemora.
don't recognize a single one. Good luck fellas
I'm assuming you mean the third picture (which I labeled 17C) - that one is Lemora. Of the remaining, one is a regional US horror from a director who explored everything from the supernatural to nature strikes back before his career was tragically cut short, two are from "south of the border", and nun are more recent than 1990.
#1 - Three On A Meathook (1973)
I always wondered if the makers of Hell Night were inspired by the decapitation gag from this movie.
Yay! Three on a Meathook is correct. I haven't actually seen the movie in its entirety, but so far, I've enjoyed everything Girdler I've seen, so I'm hoping a decent release will eventually happen. Atm., there's a version with terrible resolution on YouTube which I don't think I can sit through.
And that just leaves the two from south of the border and the one with the pun on the nun.
I barely glanced and saw '5' and thought it was the pic number...it was actually the number of views!
Girdler is not well-represented in HD, with only 3 of his 9 films being released on blu. Then there's poor Abby, with Warners having strong-armed anyone who tried to release it here in the States.
I wonder if the dearth of Girdler is due to rights issues or lack of materials.
Well, early Girdler was very much a low-budget affair, so I wouldn't be surprised if usable elements were difficult to find, but Anchor Bay released The Manitou on DVD, and that seemed to have come from a pretty good source. How has Warner "strong-armed" those who've tried to release Abby? Sounds almost like they want to bury the movie.
To be fair to WB, after their initial lawsuit the 'strong-arming' is more or less implicit. Who wants to risk the wrath of a major studio? What I've read online isn't totally clear about what WB won beyond having the profits frozen for four years. Wikipedia mentions an injunction, but isn't specific. Another site states that William Blatty visited the set of Abby, had no problem with the production and was against the WB lawsuit, but does not provide a source for their quotes. This site also says that the agreement between WB and Girdler/AIP was that Abby could not be released in theaters again. But, again, no source is cited.
While all think Kim's over, here are some wicked easy ones I happened to have sitting around on my computer:
#3 is "Friday the 13th part 6, Jason Lives"
#5 is Halloween 2 ('81)