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So is Nathan Fillion!!! Really that fat lady is one of the scenes I will NEVER forget. Everytime someone mentions Slither this is what comes up in my brain. Like now. lol

Need to rewatch this been too long...

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IMDb wrote:

Sarah & Josh are married suburbanites. After a car accident, Sarah suffers blackouts & ends up pregnant though Josh is sterile. As her life spirals she hides a camera in her home & unlocks a horrific secret with far-reaching consequences.

Katie Walder and Maura West are amaFUCKINGzing totally. Extremely cool story and great visuals which gave me a crazy cool film watch really. Gotta love good Horror like this. Especially Ghost related. smile

Trailer: https://youtu.be/6r_BWdLOaN8



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Watched The Bay a little while ago. The theme is interesting and original, and there is some unintentionally hilarious scenes, but overall it kind of falls flat. It becomes repetitive in short order, the whole of the story is revealed early in the film and is simply smashed into the viewers head, as though we were idiots. The found footage schtick also ran thin early on, and it especially isn't aided by possibly the worst narrator ever. I I guess it's worth a watch for Crab festival scene, and some other humorous moments, but overall not a smash hit.


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fat lady is an understatement! lol that scene was so gross! and Nathan Fillion is pretty awesome too.


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MWAHAHA Damn yes understatement indeed. lol

HOUSE OF WAX 1953 rewatch

Price. Period... big_smile


HOUSE OF WAX 2005 rewatch

This is part of the remakes better than the original for me. My sweet sexy Montreal girl Elisha Cuthbert is out of this world in this. Oh and that close up shot of Paris Hilton's Boobs makes me scream every time. lol

Also love that they kept about the same name for the main girl in it. Cathy in the old and Carly in the new. Sweet. A very well done hommage to the first.



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I enjoyed the original more but was still entertained with the remake of House of Wax.  I absolutely adore Vincent Price, but the Fly remake was better in my opinion.


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Yeah Price is one of the 3 Horror GODS for me with Lugosi and Karloff but I just couldn't help it but prefer the remake. Elisha has a lot to do with it. lol


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The Possession (2012)

Decent supernatural horror starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who I swear looks like a cross between Benicio Del Toro and RDJ in this. Like The Babadook, it features an annoying bratty kid character, but you can kinda sympathize with as she's a child of divorce.  Some annoying and laughable character moments, but I liked it

Re: Last horror movie you watched?

kXnPunk wrote:

My ALL TIMES favorite Frankie movie. Soooooooo daaaaaaaaamn goooooooood!!!

I love Dead Hate the Living...

Well not the only one man, me too. lol

And oh yeah the soundtrack is furiously kick ass.

Fuck need a rewatch of that too. Damn you. MWAHAHA

Oh and excellent write up bro. big_smile


Thanks, man! I'm having a lot of fun going back through all these amazing Universal monster movies. There just aren't any other movies like these in existence...totally irreplaceable. Also, that shot of Elisha makes me drool out of one corner of my mouth uncontrollably. tongue

@riverrash - I'm a fan of Slither as well! It's just all around great fun.


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A PERFECT GETAWAY 2009 rewatch

When I bought the DVD of that I was so damn psyched out. What a fucking badass cast. Olyphant, Zahn and the lovely Milla Jovovich. Love how they always talk about films as Milla's husband [Zahn] is a film writer. Cool. And boy Olyphant is such a crazy madman in it. WOO

You should see this LoudLon if you never did. You'd like I'm pretty sure. smile

OH AND IT'S FROM 2009 too. Kick ass year really.

Kiele Sanchez is pretty hot too but never as much as my dear Alice Jovovich. lol

Trailer: https://youtu.be/0Mk8ZJJEYPE


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Son of Frankenstein (1939) - 7.5/10

The third installment in the Universal Frankenstein series is a decent entry, but not without its faults. First, the positives: the film sports a great cast, much like the previous two. Seen here are Basil Rathbone, Bela Lugosi, Lionel Atwill, Josephine Hutchinson, and of course, Boris Karloff. The castle/laboratory setting is also great, and the overall story plot is quite interesting and certainly worth the telling. Oh, and Bela Lugosi plays a very funny, evil little man, Ygor!

The negatives: This is Boris' third and final performance as the Monster. It's disappointing to see that his range of expression is so limited in this flick in comparison to the previous films. The most interesting scene involving Karloff is when the Monster notices (to his great disgust) his reflection in the laboratory mirror...he is of course very aware of his own hideous aberrations, one of the things which arouses our sympathy for the Monster.

Due to the lessening of activity from Frankenstein's monster (he kills 8 villagers in the film, though nearly all the kills are done off screen or exposed via dialog), there is equally less excitement, IMO.

Personally, the most entertaining scenes in the film for me are with Basil Rathbone (Wolf von Frankenstein) and Lionel Atwill (The Inspector). The scenes with Basil becoming uncontrollably nervous and frantic about his father's revived creation on the loose are pretty fun to watch. The Inspector is just a cool, interesting character.

A few notes: 1) It is admitted in the first scene of the film by Basil that Frankenstein's monster is often mistakenly called, "Frankenstein". It's interesting how even audiences influence what ends up on the screen. 2) Rowland V. Lee directs this one, not Whale. 3) As stated above, this also mark's Karloff's sign off, fearing that the Monster was merely becoming the brunt of jokes.

Not as immensely perfect as Frankenstein (1931) or Bride ('35), but still a decent horror film with a unique story.

The Creature-Meter (Movie Rating Scale/System, for your reference)
10 (A+) 9.5 (A) 9 (A-) 8.5 (B+) 8 (B) 7.5 (B-) 7 (C+)
6.5 (C) 6 (C-) 5.5 (D+) 5 (D) 4.5 (D-)
4, 3, 2 = Fail!
1 = Pitiful, the worst, a disease of a movie, etc., etc.

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Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)

Haven't categorized this yet in my tier list yet but I really enjoyed the film. One of the finest Comedy Horror films I've ever seen. It showcases a interesting and hilarious juxtaposition of the heroes and villains in horror cinema. A awesomely brutal laughfest.


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Some solid flicks you guys are watching tonight.  The Possession, The Perfect Getaway, Tucker and Dale vs Evil -- I enjoyed them all.


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Oh so you've seen Perfect Getaway. Should've known, it's fucking Olyphant. lol

And Creature boy man dude, you're on a Frankie kick these days I see. Coolness.


Dr. Hattori and her husband watch footage of brain surgery experiments with Manchurian, Russian and Japanese guinea pigs that had been found in the basement of a wrecked hospital. Out of the blue, there is a white light and when they look back, they see they children Ota Miyuki and Kaori staring at the light. Years later, Miyuki vanishes from the Tama Medical University Hospital and her sister Kaori, Miyuki’s boyfriend Motojima and detective Hirasawa are seeking her. However, Miyuki and the teenagers Kazochi, Takumi, Hattori and Rieko have been submitted to a nightmarish experiment by Dr. Hattori and her team with tragic results.

Well it's a Takahashi one so I knew I was in for a crazy insane riot and it has been totally the case. Man what a SICK ONE!!! Woah. Brutal but with marvelous imagery and out of this world story line. Some might find it hard to follow because it's really fucked up even more than the previous ones I saw from him but still... Damn it rocked!!!

IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1634022/reference


JESSABELLE 2014 rewatch

My 3rd time seeing this masterFUCKINGpiece and it just gets better and better every time. Man Sarah Snook delivers one of the most awesome performance I've ever seen in recent Horror, fuck she's insanely great. Oh and very nice on the eyes too. Yummy girl. big_smile

That movie is absolutely perfect to me, nothing I hated or found it didn't have a place in it. Yes it rocks THAT MUCH!!!

A million thumbs up for this really...


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Franco. Period.

Full Film You Tube: https://youtu.be/inVkOc-baIY



My all times favorite Frankie movie no doubt about it.

Karloff is amazing in this but man the gorgeous Valerie Hobson is just ÜBER BRILLIANT. An amazing one that I never get tired of seeing.