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    Loved Freddy, but then that was because he was misunderstood

    Ecorcist is good but really slow and is really of it's da. Rosemary's baby is just a bit dull to be honest. Loathed the shining,

    The 80s did have a LOT of slasher movies

    I never really got into the Friday 13th movie series....

    Black Christmas was my all time fave (? 80s), because it has a creepy ending and doesn't conclude.

    I was also big on Stephen King type stuff and books by James Hrbert, although I loved the Magic Cottage best - which is more creepy than true blue horror

    The whole Porkeys series was awful

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    Loved Freddy, but then that was because he was misunderstood

    Ecorcist is good but really slow and is really of it's da. Rosemary's baby is just a bit dull to be honest. Loathed the shining,

    The 80s did have a LOT of slasher movies

    I never really got into the Friday 13th movie series....

    Black Christmas was my all time fave (? 80s), because it has a creepy ending and doesn't conclude.

    I was also big on Stephen King type stuff and books by James Hrbert, although I loved the Magic Cottage best - which is more creepy than true blue horror

    The whole Porkeys series was awful
    How can anyone loathe The Shining???!!!

    Yeah, Black Christmas is a scary old one ...I actually own that one on DVD....I read all of the Stephen King books growing up, and actually tend to think of them almost more as drama than horror. Brian De Palma's Carrie I think is one of the best film interpretations of a Stephen King novel. I'm a huge horror fan, though, so we'll have to agree to disagree on this.

    Yeah...Porky's is so awful I can't even watch it...lol

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    I love Porky's. . .

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    I've been informed Black Christmas is a 70s movie too. Just thought the shining was obvious, lacked real suspence... is all....

    but hey we can have different tastes

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    I've been informed Black Christmas is a 70s movie too. Just thought the shining was obvious, lacked real suspence... is all....

    but hey we can have different tastes
    I'm a really visual, atmosphere person when it comes to films...I even loved the recent Brideshead Revisited film because of the atmosphere, even though it got panned by critics because it isn't as true to the book as the early 80's BBC series...The Shining has so much atmosphere I could just watch it over and over again...

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    Guy from a landlocked place moves to Hawaii and starts surfing, gets in trouble with a hawaiian surfer gang, falls in love with one of their sisters and learns how to surf good and then wins a competition.

    Or something.

    Edit: I found the name, it's called North Shore.
    Act your age not your enneagram number.

    Quinlan's Creations

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    Remember Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis in The Fly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    I had to watch that for Film Appreciation in college...and I was like lolwut? but I suppose it demonstrates the Hollywood formula in the Sci-Fi genre

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I had to watch that for Film Appreciation in college...and I was like lolwut? but I suppose it demonstrates the Hollywood formula in the Sci-Fi genre
    Or how bad you are at Film Appreciation

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