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Old 04-05-2014, 01:29 AM   #55
dave13
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While I understand its cult status and artistic merits, the original Dawn of the Dead didn't thrill me on my first and only viewing.
Granted, I was only a teenager when I first saw them, but neither Dawn or Day impressed me on my first viewings. It took me a few tries before I really began to enjoy them. To be honest, they're still not favorites. I haven't watched either of them in probably 10 years.

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A Blade in the Dark I consider downright lousy. The killer's psychology is not only unenlightened (even for the eighties), it's downright insulting. And my idea of suspense isn't having the victim standing there whimpering and attempting neither fight nor flight while the killer approaches slowly.
I didn't care too much for Blade, but it's better than Macabre. That movie has an interesting first and final five minutes, but the rest is an exercise in drying paint.
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