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    Ghoulies (1984) - yes I finally got around to watching this. Not awful, not great, one off the list.

    Pandorum - good movie but you have to pay attention or you don't know what the hell is going on.

    The Evil of Dr Frankenstein (1964) - I do love Peter Cushing and Hammer Horror, even the crappier movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buggula View Post
    The Evil of Dr Frankenstein (1964) - I do love Peter Cushing and Hammer Horror, even the crappier movies.
    Is that the one with the red-haired mute girl where the monster's face is gray, and his forehead is flat? If it is, I liked that one. Wouldn't mind seeing it again.

    The Birds
    One case where I wouldn't mind a sequel if it could be well done, if they offered an explanation and if they could bring back the grown Veronica Cartwright (Cathy).
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    Quote Originally Posted by RRguy View Post
    Is that the one with the red-haired mute girl where the monster's face is gray, and his forehead is flat? If it is, I liked that one. Wouldn't mind seeing it again.

    The Birds
    One case where I wouldn't mind a sequel if it could be well done, if they offered an explanation and if they could bring back the grown Veronica Cartwright (Cathy).

    Yes, thats the one.

    It was ages before I realised that the little girl in The Birds was the same woman in Alien and Invasion of the Body Snatchers!

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    The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism (1967) - The dead Count Regula (Christopher Lee) has come back to life to gain immortality by way of revenge against the decedents of his past torturers.

    It's a German film, dubbed over in English. Laughable scenes and not scary. A bad movie, but I had a fun time watching it!

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    The Blob (1958) - this oldie always makes me laugh, especially the unspooky soundtrack

    Virus (1999) - another one I finally got around to watching. I think Donald Sutherland was totally miscast, but still a decent movie.

    An American Werewolf in Paris - hasn't a patch on An American Werewolf in London. More of a comedy than a horror.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buggula View Post
    It was ages before I realised that the little girl in The Birds was the same woman in Alien and Invasion of the Body Snatchers!
    Speaking of Veronica Cartright,
    I saw Alien a few days ago.
    I think this feature of an alien creature stalking crew members of a deep-space mining vessel is one of the best of the sci-fi horrors.
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    A Cure for Wellness. It was pretty all right. A smart movie, up until a point where it became predictable. I didn't hate it, but I think they could have ended a little better or made it not-so-cliche. I'd watch it again, but probably not anytime soon, and most definitely not in theaters (although the beautiful cinematography really shows there). An okay movie overall... and on a last note, the trailer was really well done!

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    Nightmare City (1980). - "a TV reporter (Hugo Stiglitz) spreads the news of radioactive monsters, growing in number with every victim. " - one of those really, really, really awful Italian horror movies. So awful, it was enjoyable

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    Get Out

    Maybe I've seen too many horror movies, or movies in general, but I could see what was coming, yet I still enjoyed it. Interesting that Brad Whitford has been in 2 genre busting horror flicks & both were great.
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    The Possession (2012)
    A man buys an antique box at a yard sale, unaware that a malevolent spirit lives within that will soon possess his daughter.

    Not great, but a decent enough film for fans of the possession genre.
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