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    Vampire Circus...excellent Hammer Horror movie!!!

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    Count Yorga, Vampire

    Comet TV runs this waaay too often but I can't help watching it.
    Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers, the best damn little band you should be listening to!
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    The Cottage - I've seen this before and is the type of comic horror the Brits are so good at. Well worth seeing if you haven't already.

    The Darkness - Kevin Bacon in a story about evil Native American spirits brought back from a camping trip in the Grand Canyon. Not bad, not great either.

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    Split (2017) - a man with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) kidnaps three girls with a promise to show them "the beast."

    Not bad. I generally like Shyamalan movies, even though he gets a bad wrap. A more suspenseful, drawn out horror than one with jumpscares, which I liked. With the exception of a few times I thought the characters made incredibly dumb decisions, I thought it was pretty well made. And major props to James McAvoy with an absolutely amazing performance! Oscar-worthy indeed!

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    Hellraiser
    Frank escapes from the underworld of the Cenobites, an order of extradimensional sadomasochistic demons. He is helped by his former lover, his brother's wife, Julia. This is at the expense of his brother, Larry and daughter-in-law, Kirsty.

    Based on the Clive Barker novel, The Hellbound Heart, this is IMO one of the more disturbing supernatural movies of the 1980s.

    I also watched The Locker (2009)
    I selected The Locker (2004), a Japanese horror movie, to watch on Xfinity Sreampix, but I got this one instead. I won't dignify it with a description. I didn't know that I was watching the wrong movie until I read about it on IMDB. I can't comment on the 2004 movie that I chose to watch, because I didn't see it. This isn't the first time that Comcast has shown the wrong movie.
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    I met Doug Bradley (Pinhead) at one of the Horrorfind conventions years ago. Being a guest author, we were all invited to the VIP party and I had the chance to meet some actors. They were all very cool and easy to get along with, especially Reggie Bannister and Danny Trejo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RRguy View Post
    Halloween III: Season of the Witch
    After toy store owner Harry Grimbridge narrowly escapes being killed, he is admitted to a hospital clutching a Halloween mask and ranting, "They're going to kill us!" Another assailant sneaks into Harry's room and brutally kills him, and after he is found dead, Dr. Dan Challis investigates, accompanied by Harry's daughter, Ellie.

    Halloween III does not fit with the Halloween series. Halloween was originally intended to be an anthology series, with a different horror story for each film. After the success of the first Halloween, the producers decided to make a sequel, Halloween II. Then they made III. I believe that if Halloween III had been made independent of the Halloween franchise, it could have been more successful.
    We love this movie hahaha Even bought all the masks from trickortreatstudios Its kinda silly and fun, you just have to go in knowing that. Kept hearing how crappy it was and we bought it just to complete our Halloween collection and ended up really enjoying it. As Otis Drfitwood would say 'I keep my expectations low, so I'm not disappointed' . We also met Tom Atkins at HorrorHound which can always make you like that movie just a touch more...plus he is just like his womanizing character which was hilarious.

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    Finally saw Rob Zombie's 31...I was a film minor in college and there were some neat subtle effects going on in this movie...I have to say it has jumped up into my top movie list. There are a couple problems like how the church group's bodies aren't more decayed? But I absolutely love one of the final scenes when Doom Head walks into the light ans sneers when it hits his face like he's a vampire...really cool film from the master Rob Zombie. Great ending too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Melniczek View Post
    I met Doug Bradley (Pinhead) at one of the Horrorfind conventions years ago. Being a guest author, we were all invited to the VIP party and I had the chance to meet some actors. They were all very cool and easy to get along with, especially Reggie Bannister and Danny Trejo.
    That is awesome. I saw Bruce Campbell at a convention, but I have never actually met any actor. I would lone to meet Doug Bradley or Danny Trejo.

    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelMyersSickHead View Post
    . . .We also met Tom Atkins at HorrorHound which can always make you like that movie just a touch more...plus he is just like his womanizing character which was hilarious.
    I would also love to meet Tom Atkins. I bought The Howling in the hopes that Dee Wallace could autograph the DVD box at the last horror convention a couple of years ago, which I subsequently couldn't attend :,(
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    Outpost - Hoping to find lost Nazi gold, mercenaries enter a long-abandoned bunker and encounter a horde of murderous undead creatures. What they actually are after is a machine the Nazis built to create a type of super soldier. Not great, but not awful either. 7/10.

 

 

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