Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Reader Polls' started by ThisEvilBastard, Jun 16, 2013.
Fuck fuck fuck fuck
Can't think of anything off hand. I guess the closest thing to a legit answer to your poll question that I would actually give a shit about would be another Japanese Godzilla film. (As opposed to the American bullshit.)
I went with F13 because it has had the most consistently strong sequels (at least until part 8).
I went with Evil Dead. With all the other series they just hand them over to random writers and directors where with The Evil Dead series, it's always been Raimi and Campbell.
My chose: :joshua: :troll:
Final Destination, while derivative and often stupid they are always entertaining.
They could also potentially do a great, proper sequel in the Alien franchise too.
This may be sacrilege, but I have always been pretty disappointed by the Phantasm sequels. I would love to see a follow-up to the original that retained its surreal, depopulated feeling of dread.
I wouldn't mind a decent Hellraiser III that didnt jump so far away from the original PERFECT pair of movies.
A better version of Argento's third 'Mother' movie would be nice. Sorry, Darry.
The selections on the poll all had their chance, in my opinion.
If there were a serious budget involved, Troll 3. Errr: Troll 2 Part 2. Call it Nilbog.
:fire: :fuck: :argue:
I picked Evil Dead. Ash is getting a bit older but he's still great to watch.
My chose would be Waxwork.
If Galligan, Johnson, and Foreman are (all) still acting and game - I say ditto.
City Slickers. Lol. Actually the only sequel I want is coming in September....Insidious.
The Three Mothers.
I'm not excited for Insidious 2 it look's horrible and is from an overrated director James Wan.
I hope I don't block you form enjjoying it.
Yeah, buck. Any other movie series you want to destroy for yourself?
Their's film series I don't like but I resecpt for their contribution to the genre and that's Scream & Saw
Their's film series I hate because it has no merit at all and that's Child's Play & Leperchaun
the rest are good
I'm a guy who really enjoy's most if not all of the Children of the Corn series
Wow this thread actually made it to a second page.
The Beast Within 2. It really should have been made back in 2000, but they could always set any future sequel in that year. I doubt it would take much to dress up a podunk southern town to look turn of the century.
The Best Within The Year 2000
A excellent title for a philosphical Horror film
The one thing a good Beast Within sequel should avoid is philosophy. The first one didn't have any philosophy, it was just a Lovecraftian tale about a Cicada Man knocking blocks off, eating people and raping girls. I don't want it much deeper than that.