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Discussion in 'General' started by maskull, Sep 27, 2006.
watched Popcorn, now I am watching the taped Tales from the Darksides
I bought this last year but have to watch it. Am I missing out? Should I finally take the plunge?
Popcorn is fun, and i plan to watch it at some point this month. In fact, i may watch it tonight.
first time watching both of these:
Buio Omega (1979) lotsa guts!!
Torso (1973) really, really enjoyed it.
LATITUDE ZERO,an old Toho pic with Joseph Cotten and Ceasar Romero in the cast.More sci-fi than horror,though Romero is an evil scientist with some surgically created mutants.Goofy ,but fun.
I got off to a late start and I don't think I'll do much better the rest of the month but it's the thought that counts right? Anyways I think I'm getting off on the right foot:
10/03 Night of the Living Dead (1968) hosted by Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (2004)
One of my absolute favorite horror films and a classic in its own right all snuggled between the bosoms of a vamp who'll certainly be keeping me awake with goose bumps all night. She had a nice opening and closing bit which made me laugh, her inbetween stuff was smirk worthy at best but at least I could see some boobies. Boobies! Muhahahahahaha!
And this was my 10/3 horror viewing experience as well. Abominable is not a classic, but it's plenty of fun just the same. I am glad I picked it up.
Parasite (first time viewing)
Tue, Oct. 3
What did you think about Axe, out of curiosity?
Drive-In Massacre (1976)
Frankenstien and the Monster from Hell
I agree pretty much across the board. Watched this late last night. The "making of" feature starts pretty well, and I'll have to finish it soon. With just a bit less cheese and a better looking creature this would truly be an awesome film. As it stands, it's a better than average DTV pizza/beer flick.
last night i ended up watching The Company of Wolves. I really wish i hadn't. I also watched a bit of The Plague of Zombies, which i enjoyed, but i got a phone call and had to abandon it 30 minutes in. to be continued later today. possibly with Dog Soldiers (which, for some reason, i still haven't seen).
Just picked up The Norliss Tapes dvd with Roy Thinnes and Angie Dickenson courtesy of Anchor Bay. That will be my viewing for tonight most probably. Is it just me or is Anchor Bay finally getting back to releasing some obscure and really cool genre titles after a dry run..
Scalps (1983) - pretty cheesy but with some cool music and gore. Me likes!
Count Dracula's Great Love (with Elvira). It is great watching this again after all these years. I am so very happy to have these Movie Macabre DVDs. I hope they keep coming.
Please give us a little review of this after you watch it. I have been wanting some feedback on this one.
My Bloody Valentine
The Toolbox Murders (1977)
Total Recall, with the Schwarzenegger/Verhoeven commentary. Kind of funny ... Verhoeven wants to discuss the film while Arnold wants to describe what he's doing, and talks about what a hero he is. Also kind of boring considering that these two could have had such a blast talking about that film!
Day of the Dead. Blind bought it yesterday. Thought it was fantastic. For some reason I've always had a low opinion of Romero as a filmmaker. Always thought that Night and Dawn were sort of his one-hit-wonders. But recently I've been going through more of his stuff and now I see that he's an amazing filmmaker. There are some brilliant scenes in Day - almost all of the first half of the film consists of brilliantly directed and tense scenes! Go go Romero!
1. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
2. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Shocking Truth
3. Frankenstein (1931)
4. Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland
5. Night of the Demons
6. Sleepover Nightmare
7. Friday the 13th part VI: Jason Lives