Yes. You should. First one is total Giallo flick, at least as much as I understand that term. Real gritty and wonderfully mean spirited(and I mean that in a good way). Second one is a different type of flick but equally as entertaining. Both are populated by solid, above average(for horror movies) acting...especially Josh Stewart as Arkin. Nice vague masked bad guy and great practical fx. Not the Birth of a Nation, but fun nonetheless.
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I threaten to go everytime but with ACE FREHLEY there I may HAVE TO go.Quote:
Monsterpalooza is scheduling some incredible F/X artists, special presentations and a monster museum. Artists scheduled to appear are: Michael Westmore (Academy Award Winning F/X Artist: "The Munsters," Rocky, Raging Bull, Mask, "Star Trek"), Chiodo Brothers (Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Critters), Mike Hill (sculptor and painter), Kazuhiro Tsuji (Hellboy, Planet of the Apes, The Ring 2, Looper), Jordu Schell (creature designer and sculptor Avatar, Galaxy Quest, 300, Hellboy, The Thing (2011)), and many more.
And check out this list of special celebrity guests from the genre and beyond: Ace Frehley (former lead guitarist of KISS), Lita Ford (The Runaways), The Monster Squad! (Duncan Regehr (Dracula), Tom Woodruff (The Creature), Michael Reid Mackay (The Mummy), Carl Thibault (The Wolfman)), Ladies of the original Night of the Living Dead (Judith Ridley, Kyra Schon, Judith O'Dea), Bruce Davison (Willard, Lords of Salem), Eugene Clark (Land of the Dead), Betsy Russell (Avenging Angel, Saw series), and more to be announced!
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I personally loved the slow burn of the first movie even with the so-so ending but a lot of that was due to the amazing job done by the preacher(Patrick Fabian). With his departure, my expectations are tempered for the sequel.
Not a lot of horror movies I really liked in 2012 but Cabin in the Woods would be my favorite.
As for the worst of 2012, VHS was not in that conversation IMO. While I wasn't a big fan of it, I actually liked it more than both Sinister and Paranormal Activity 4. While it was straight to video, Wrong Turn 5 was the worst horror movie I saw in 2012.
Didn't see PA4 or WT5 but I have to argue Sinister vs V/H/S with you...Sinister may have had faults but damn V/H/S only had one story(out of 5) with a cohesive agenda. The acting was men to boys in favor of Sinister as well as the technicals of the whole thing. It(V/H/S) truly was unwatchable. Sinister was just forgettable.
I think Adgy said he wanted to see this after missing it @ ScreamfestLA...for anyone else too
sorry, took the trailer down...it had a butt as the display screencap. Here's the link
Playing @ Scandanavian Film Festival
Sunday, January 13th 12:30PM
135 S. Doheny Dr. (at Wilshire Blvd.)Quote:
If you missed this screening at Screamfest then you should definitely check it this weekend. Tickets are only $10 -http://bit.ly/WpGzLk
Beverly Hills, CA California 90211
Getting a free preview of all the movie channels this weekend on DirecTV and noticed while scanning the movies playing that The Revenant was playing.
Already set to record. :)
ATTABOY. Try not to judge harshly...like I said, raw but full of interesting ideas.