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Discussion in 'General' started by Agent Z, Nov 21, 2007.
I enjoyed 2 and 3 and would welcome another one. If they shoot it in 3D that will be even better.
Final Destination 2 was my favorite in the series. Part 3 was my least favorite but the deaths were still pretty neat. I'd welcome this, especially in 3-D. Why the heck not?
Who doesn't love 3-D? No matter how poorly it may be used in some films. Bring it on!
That's what they said about Part 3.
Oh man, praise Jesus.
The three films thus far have been in a cheap set for a long time now. Never bothered picking them up... maybe I should now.
I don't know if you guys heard but Final Destination 2 director David Ellis (also of Snakes on a Plane fame, or is that infamy?) is coming back for this one. I, for one, am stoked 'cause I loved part 2. I think it's odd that you've got the same director (James Wong) doing 1 and 3, and then the same director (Ellis) doing 2 and 4. I'm not sure if that's been done before (John McTiernan directed Die Hard and Die Hard with a Vengeance but Renny Harlin only directed Die Hard 2: Die Harder). It'll be interesting to see if Ellis can capture that same jet black humor that he injected into Part 2. I can't wait to see how much blood and guts they'll sling at the audience in 3-D. They HAVE to maximize the 3-D cheese potential with this flick or I'll be majorly disappointed.
Love this series, even though 3 was a letdown after the awesomeness of 2.
I'll be there openin weekend, maybe pimping those sweet "Freddy's Dead" glasses I found while cleaning out the house (from the theater, not the dvd set).
Wish I could find the Jaws 3 ones, but am starting to think they got thrown out and were probably plain anyway. Any other relics on the board remember if they had printed/logo'd glasses for that?
looking forward to this final destination 3 was originally supposed to be in 3D so hopefully new line will stick with the 3D for part 4
I'm not sure how I feel about this 3D business, but I enjoy the series. I seem to be in the minority though because Part 2 is my least favorite, but it is still good.
Shame that the late, talented Shirley Walker won't be back to score the fourth installment. She was given short shrift in terms of film composing, and the Final Destination series was her bread and butter -- and her main theme was pretty good.
Some heads-up about the production (from Bloody Disgusting):
- The plot will revolve around teens avoiding death after a high-speed car crash where an object will fly into the stands killing (or just missing the audience members).
- The film WILL be shot in 3-D, the exact same technology that James Cameron is using for Avatar to be exact.
- The fourth film will shoot in New Orleans starting next month, as opposed to Canada where the previous three films were shot.
I loved the whole series! This is gonna be interesting...
New Orleans will make a great back drop for this movie, I just know it.
Sign me up. I loved 1-3 and cannot see why this one won't be a good time too.
Exactly my thoughts. Bring it on.
1. It goes without saying that if you're going to make a horror sequel in 3-D, it has to be the third film, not the fourth.
2. Final Destination was a great flick; however, every sequel since then has gotten progressively worse.
Part one was really good, part two was a little ridiculous trying to connect everything together but the kills were decent. I have part 3 but I haven't got around to watching it yet. Either way, there's lots worse in theatrical horror movies so I'm down with another one. Filmed in 3D is just icing on the cake, as long as they come out with the DVD in 3D as well.
I'd go see "Anal Destination" before I'd see "Final Destination 4".