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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    Believe it or not, I haven't.

    I have seen Re-Animator and From Beyond though.

    And I really liked Stuart's adaptation of "Dreams in the Witch House" that he did for The Master's of Horror show.

    There was this movie called Cthulhu, which was basically an adaptation of "The Shadow Over Innsmouth," which wasn't so bad.
    Yeah...you need to see Dagon then. It was a little too subtle for me, but from what I have read Lovecraft fans find it very satisfying. From Beyond is soooooo underated. I can feel my pineal gland itching.

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    That reminds me, did you guys see either of the films John Carpenter did for Masters Of Horror? I found a copy of Pro-Life on DVD for $3 the other day and bought it, although I think I remember hearing it sucked?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    That reminds me, did you guys see either of the films John Carpenter did for Masters Of Horror? I found a copy of Pro-Life on DVD for $3 the other day and bought it, although I think I remember hearing it sucked?
    I didn't see Pro-Life...but Cigarette Burns was pretty good considering that most of those Masters of Horror shows really just lacked...something. The unrated Takashi Miike one that they didn't even show(if i remember correctly) isn't great, but it's certainly worth seeing.

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    Rick Baker and Dave Elsey Interview SATURN AWARDS 2011

    Despite the fact that Baker isn't very kind to the people that work for him I admire the man immensely. He really is the best at what he does and sadly the art of practical makeup fx will pretty much die with him...thanks cgi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    I didn't see Pro-Life...but Cigarette Burns was pretty good considering that most of those Masters of Horror shows really just lacked...something. The unrated Takashi Miike one that they didn't even show(if i remember correctly) isn't great, but it's certainly worth seeing.
    The Miike one is the only one I've actually seen thus far. I agree with your assessment about it. Good, but not great.

    Which of the MoH films would you say are great, if any?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    The Miike one is the only one I've actually seen thus far. I agree with your assessment about it. Good, but not great.

    Which of the MoH films would you say are great, if any?
    I have a few on the shelf...Cigarette Burns is really the only one that I would watch again. Oh waitaminnit, the Sick Girl one by Lucky McKee was spotty but worth a watch. Other than that...there was one with Corbin Bernsen and a dead wife who kept coming back that was ok, and The Lansdale 'Incident on the Edge of a highway(or something like that)' wasn't horrible. I think that mostly these all suffered from budget and rushed production times. It was a great idea and really would have benefitted from a more loving hand as far as the money guys.
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    Feast Your Eyes Upon The Taint - RIGHT NOW! FREE! | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    I have a few on the shelf...Cigarette Burns is really the only one that I would watch again. Oh waitaminnit, the Sick Girl one by Lucky McKee was spotty but worth a watch. Other than that...there was one with Corbin Bernsen and a dead wife who kept coming back that was ok, and The Lansdale 'Incident on the Edge of a highway(or something like that)' wasn't horrible. I think that mostly these all suffered from budget and rushed production times. It was a great idea and really would have benefitted from a more loving hand as far as the money guys.
    Thanks, I'll keep those in mind. I've been on a major Carpenter kick lately, so I might actually watch Pro-Life sometime in the near future. Let you know how it is.

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    Haunted Houses & Planes: James Wan & Takashi Shimizu Line Up New Films > The Playlist

    ”Saw” franchise creator and the man behind this year’s micro-budgeted hit “Insidious,” director James Wan has lined up his next, a haunted house movie titled [cue ominous music] “The Conjuring” reports Variety. Written by Carey and Chad Hayes the film will be inspired by the real life tale of the Perron family who in the 1970s spent a decade dealing with supernatural spirits in their Harrisville, Rhode Island farmhouse. It is apparently one of the most famous “true life” haunting stories of all time.
    Meanwhile, Deadline reports that Takashi Shimizu best known for directing the Japanese and English language originals and remakes of “The Grudge” and “The Grudge 2” has a treatment set up over at CBS Films that he will direct. Titled “Flight 75,” the boring premise is a thriller “set on a transpacific airliner where the passengers encounter what appears to be a supernatural force.”
    Shimizu-san... what has happened to you?

    The James Wan one sounds promising.

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    I watched all the MOH episodes last summer, lol!

    I had a lot of time on my hands. I'll get back to you to give you some recommendations, but we all know I have bad taste.
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