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    I haven't seen this since I was a kid and it creeped me out back then! :O I still think that it holds up today and it's definitely as depressing as ever.



    Cute movie that reminded me of Bewitched. And it was fun watching the couple from Vertigo in a less depressing setting.
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    The A Team

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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post


    I haven't seen this since I was a kid and it creeped me out back then! :O I still think that it holds up today and it's definitely as depressing as ever.
    Pet Semetary is still awesome, especially the kid getting 'big trucked' to the sound of the Ramones. You especially should check out Wake Wood, it's PS with more of an old school British horror twist. You'll dig it.

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    Light, breezy improbable fun. Really captures that summer 'legal' book feel. I mean, you can almost predict all of the turns in this one with your eyes closed, but due to good performances it works. Perfect popcorn flick.



    File this under 'what-might-have-been'. A nice dirty twist on the standard kidnap story, but an idea is not enough. You have to develop the idea. And, while I do not need the entire story spoonfed to me, you have to do more than imply a relationship between characters if its one of the main motivations driving the story. Decent performances(especially Eddie Marsan who you should recognize) cannot save this one. Nudity alert:Celebrity Skin watch...for those of you interested Gemma Arterton is quite nude in parts of this. Just sayin.

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    Wow. What did I just watch? What started as a low rent Sons-of-Anarchy meets the Evil Dead groove circled off the beaten path to go all Stephen King's 'Sometimes They Come Back' and finally...well, no. Ain't gonna spoil it. While this is by no means a good movie it sure as **** ain't like anything I have ever seen before. If you have an adventurous heart...hit the bong and stick it through with this one. Just ****ing odd.

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    Still awesome.




    Spanish horror Eskalofrio (Shiver). Decent movie about a boy with photo sensitivity who moves to a forest town and is quickly suspected of committing some murders that occur after his arrival.
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    For some reason I was expecting it to be a much tougher watch than it actually was. Maybe that's why it took me so long to watch it. It was good though!
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    I have never seen a COMPLETLY incoherent movie...err, scratch that.



    From William Malone, director of House on Haunted Hill
    “Parasomnia begins where your nightmare ends.” –Wes Craven. Laura Baxter (Cherilyn Wilson) suffers from “parasomnia,” a bizarre medical condition that keeps her trapped in an almost constant dream state. Art student Danny Sloan (Dylan Purcell) falls in love with the sleeping beauty, unaware that terrifying mesmerist and mass murderer Byron Volpe (Patrick Kilpatrick) has sinister plans to claim her as his own. Also starring Jeffrey Combs, Timothy Bottoms, Dov Tiefenbach and Sean Young.
    I include the Amazon synopsis simply because I couldn't begin to tell you what this was about. Shame on you Jeffrey Combs. I know...you gotta eat, but really???

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    Cannot see this movie enough!!!!
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    ok...really smart take on the first movie




    SPOILERS>>>>

    Apparently, the virus is due to the blood of a possessed girl. her blood is the 'ground zero' of evil. But they take the single cam view of the first and go all 'ALIENS' with individual helmet cams of the doomed military guys who are tricked into a bad situation. A LOT of shaky pov ensues and it is just too much. Could not even stick it through to the end.


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