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    Quote Originally Posted by panther93 View Post
    All three movies is called the Karnstein Trilogy.
    The Vampire Lovers is listed for rent On Demand, but I only watch free movies. Lust for a Vampire is not available at this time. I'll have to keep watching for them.

    Thanks for the suggestions.
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    Freaks of Nature

    And all of Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 2.,

    Both were part of Xfinity's Showtime/Starz Watchathon week last week.

    Freaks of Nature was a funny take on what happens when vampires, zombies & human exist together & then aliens invade. It had some good gags & a bit of a surprise there at the end. Good stuff, I recommend it highly.

    And there's not much bad to say about Ash vs. Evil Dead. HAIL TO THE KING BABY!! They bring back a few folks you'll recognize from the first movie besides Ash & it tied the storyline up nicely but left an opening for Season 3.
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    Don't Breathe - home invasion/robbery that goes horribly wrong. Quite good 8/10.

    K-Shop - A kebab shop owner's son becomes a creative vigilante as he takes grisly revenge on the violent youths who killed his father.t This was funded with KickStarter. Totally unknown cast and I've never heard of Dan Pringle the writer/director, but if you get a chance to see it, make a point of it. Its a blend of some horror and social commentary. Think Sweeney Todd for the 21st century. 8/10.

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    Kaidan (2007, Japan) - a ghost story about a mistress dying and haunting her former lover. I really liked Ringu, so I wanted to watch this too since Hideo Nakata also made it. First off, it's a really pretty film; the sets are beautiful. The story was OK, nothing too scary but enough to keep me interested. Overall I liked the movie.

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    Train to Busan on Netflix. A enjoyable zombie movie even with the subtitles that gave me some ideas for zombie poses I will be doing this year.

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    Train to Busan was crazy wonderful. Just when I think you've seen everything done in the zombie genre, someone comes along with something like TtB & blows you away.
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    Cropsey (2009)
    Filmmakers investigate the disappearance of five children and the primary suspect, Andre Rand.

    This is a hair-raising documentary, and while interesting, it seems to raise more questions than it answers.
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    I am sad to say but, Jason X. That movie is pretty damn good actually!

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    Watched Lights Out over the weekend with my daughter, it's a jumper! She said she didn't sleep at all that night, I thought it was ok, pretty scary though!
    "when hinges creak in doorless chambers"...

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    I watched Infection (2004, Japan). It's about overworked hospital staff that are charged with looking after a patient with a body-dissolving disease. Strange and horrific happenings occur. Unexpected ending too... I liked it a lot! Even though it had a completely different style, it kind of reminded me of the Twilight Zone. Pretty cool movie.

 

 

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