Re: British Horror Films

I've only seen good British Horror Films. I will say Shaun of the Dead is overrated but damn its awesome!!!!

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pR1m3vil wrote:

I've only seen good British Horror Films. I will say Shaun of the Dead is overrated but damn its awesome!!!!

I will never understand how people can like that film. sad

For a start it's a comedy and it has this thing in it:

http://thefaust.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/simon-pegg.jpg

That's two good reasons to hate it without even watching it.

Last edited by DrBlood (2009-07-20 17:59:57)

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Snuff Hunter wrote:

28 days/ weeks later is bloody crap, the worst british horror film ever made,, its worse than land if death which is a poor remake of cannibal holocaust,, it sucks

You're the first person I've seen say that 28 days and 28 weeks later is crap. Altough I don't agree in the slightest, taste is subjective.

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DrBlood wrote:
pR1m3vil wrote:

I've only seen good British Horror Films. I will say Shaun of the Dead is overrated but damn its awesome!!!!

I will never understand how people can like that film. sad

For a start it's a comedy and it has this thing in it:

http://thefaust.files.wordpress.com/200 … n-pegg.jpg

That's two good reasons to hate it without even watching it.

Ha Simon Pegg is awesome! I have yet to see a bad movie with him in it! He is like the new Jim Carrey
http://www.tribute.ca/tribute_objects/images/stars/jim_carrey.jpg
who cares what they look like as long as the comedy is good

Last edited by pR1m3vil (2009-07-20 18:06:11)

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DrBlood wrote:
pR1m3vil wrote:

I've only seen good British Horror Films. I will say Shaun of the Dead is overrated but damn its awesome!!!!

I will never understand how people can like that film. sad

For a start it's a comedy and it has this thing in it:

http://thefaust.files.wordpress.com/200 … n-pegg.jpg

That's two good reasons to hate it without even watching it.

I've got a thing for Simon Pegg... hmm don't ask why, for the love of, don't ask why lol but there's something adorable about him. Like ejaculine said love for horror is subjective and I love this film. Queen on the jukebox in the pub just cemented that love. smile

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BlackTequilaKiss wrote:
DrBlood wrote:
pR1m3vil wrote:

I've only seen good British Horror Films. I will say Shaun of the Dead is overrated but damn its awesome!!!!

I will never understand how people can like that film. sad

For a start it's a comedy and it has this thing in it:

http://thefaust.files.wordpress.com/200 … n-pegg.jpg

That's two good reasons to hate it without even watching it.

I've got a thing for Simon Pegg... hmm don't ask why, for the love of, don't ask why lol but there's something adorable about him. Like ejaculine said love for horror is subjective and I love this film. Queen on the jukebox in the pub just cemented that love. smile

I love Shaun of the Dead and also Hot Fuzz by the way  -- "the Greater Good.. The Greater Good "

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I just watched HF the other day! i love how it makes you think one person is the killer then it flips it around, ive never seen that done so well before.

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Ah Hot Fuzz, a definite pleasure of mine smile

"By the power of greyskull!" lol


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and I am also in love with Run Fatboy Run! Always gets me laughing! big_smile

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Nick frost is great too i hope they team up again!

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Simon Pegg is brilliant and you can't say otherwise. Wish that he would remain in Britain though and make more movies suited to his style.
Other favourite Brit movies are Razor Blade Smile, Lair of the White Worm, Serverance, all Hammer, and that includes The Reptile. And am eagerly awaiting Doghouse.

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oh heck yes pR1m, they really need to. Probably one of my current favourite duo's in the film industry.

Incidently did you know Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright (Director of Shaun of the Dead & Hot Fuzz) both had a very small cameo in Land of the Dead? The scene with the zombies chained up and people having photo's taken with them, the zombies were them! Apparently it was Romero who insisted they have a part because he loved Shaun of the Dead so much.

Yes, I know more than I ought to lol

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ejaculine wrote:
Snuff Hunter wrote:

28 days/ weeks later is bloody crap, the worst british horror film ever made,, its worse than land if death which is a poor remake of cannibal holocaust,, it sucks

You're the first person I've seen say that 28 days and 28 weeks later is crap.

As a Brit, I shall now be the second to say both 28 Days Later and 28 Weeks Later are bloody crap then.... because they are!

Both were just rip-offs of the BBC "Survivors" series from the 70s which, incidentally, has been remade. And it also is bloody crap. sad

http://open.salon.com/files/survivors081241054860.png

Last edited by DrBlood (2009-07-20 18:32:31)

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Snuff Hunter wrote:

my fav british horror film is hellraiser,,(Iim surprised no-one has said that film)
the worst british horror film is 28 days, (what a heap of crap that film is)

My favorite horror film is Hellraiser... so that would obviously make it my favorite British horror film tongue

My Least Favourite would be Sanitarium (2001)
Overrated: 28 Days Later
Underrated: Evil Aliens & The Vampire Lovers

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ejaculine wrote:
Snuff Hunter wrote:

28 days/ weeks later is bloody crap, the worst british horror film ever made,, its worse than land of death which is a poor remake of cannibal holocaust,, it sucks

You're the first person I've seen say that 28 days and 28 weeks later is crap. Altough I don't agree in the slightest, taste is subjective.

28 days/ weeks later is a heap of crap,,

people say it is a zombie film,, zombies are the living dead,, people who got infected with the rage virus never died,, (ex, the guys who got bitten by the chimps)

so please STOP saying 28 days/weeks later is a zombie film,, ITS NOT


about time some-one else said hellraiser,, thats the best british horror film of all time. atleast some-one else has got taste smile

Last edited by Snuff Hunter (2009-07-21 15:41:59)

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This is way to hard for me,  (amd we are not foreign)  tongue