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Old 15th September 2018, 08:33 PM
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"This little beauty will be available to pre-order from September 9th. Completing our British horror trilogy it covers just about everything not made by Hammer and Amicus and the images we have gathered together for this one are just mouth-watering. 180 pages and every one's a winner, baby, that's no lie."

Nice I've got the Hammer edition any idea how much this one is ?
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Old 15th September 2018, 09:20 PM
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Nice I've got the Hammer edition any idea how much this one is ?
It's 20 notes, just like the Hammer one.
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It's 20 notes, just like the Hammer one.
Thanks , I'm still having problems liking something, sometimes it will let me .
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Old 26th September 2018, 01:16 PM
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'Witchfinder General', as featured in the upcoming 'British Horror Films' book

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Old 30th September 2018, 06:27 AM
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Looks like the new 'Suspiria' is going to get a pasting!

"Saw the new Suspiria today. Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. Arthouse rubbish and ridiculously overlong. My review in the next Dark Side will not be a favourable one. The photography is murky, the settings glum, and while the music is good it is not Goblin, more like Keith Emersonís Inferno score, which I like a lot anyway."
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Old 30th September 2018, 12:31 PM
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Looks like the new 'Suspiria' is going to get a pasting!

"Saw the new Suspiria today. Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. Arthouse rubbish and ridiculously overlong. My review in the next Dark Side will not be a favourable one. The photography is murky, the settings glum, and while the music is good it is not Goblin, more like Keith Emersonís Inferno score, which I like a lot anyway."
There's a half page on it in the latest Dark Side (Halloween cover) where Bryce waxes lyrically about it.
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There's a half page on it in the latest Dark Side (Halloween cover) where Bryce waxes lyrically about it.
Not the impression he gives on the DS FB page:

"Allan Bryce - The problem I have with films like this is they are pretentious and just not entertaining. Oddly enough I was idly thinking of The Island of Terror scene where Edward Judd and Peter Cushing spend two minutes putting on radiation suits and wishing that this film had some of the urgency of that scene. It has no narrative impetus whatsoever. It is in six acts with an epilogue and boy was I happy when it moved on to the final chapter. I have watched Suspiria a dozen times but this will be my only viewing of this one."
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"Allan Bryce - The problem I have with films like this is they are pretentious and just not entertaining. Oddly enough I was idly thinking of The Island of Terror scene where Edward Judd and Peter Cushing spend two minutes putting on radiation suits and wishing that this film had some of the urgency of that scene. It has no narrative impetus whatsoever. It is in six acts with an epilogue and boy was I happy when it moved on to the final chapter. I have watched Suspiria a dozen times but this will be my only viewing of this one."
In the issue he's clearly bigging something up that he hasn't yet seen.

That's the sort of nonsense even we try to avoid on here never mind the editor of a magazine.

I'm surprised he's only seen the original a dozen times. I'd have expected more. A lot more.

..............

All i've got from the trailer and any info so far is that it looks like shit (colour wise) has a score from a maudlin shoegazer and is two and a half hours long - that's about an hour too long in my eyes.
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I've watched the trailer .... and I think that watching Black Swan again seems like more of an option tbh
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In the issue he's clearly bigging something up that he hasn't yet seen.

That's the sort of nonsense even we try to avoid on here never mind the editor of a magazine.

I'm surprised he's only seen the original a dozen times. I'd have expected more. A lot more.

..............

All i've got from the trailer and any info so far is that it looks like shit (colour wise) has a score from a maudlin shoegazer and is two and a half hours long - that's about an hour too long in my eyes.
I remember when I first started reading film magazines all those years ago & all they did was talk up films before release (to get interviews & on set "exclusives") then when they came out it was a big disappointment all round! Lol! Suspiria remake does look crap though, like the pointless Martyrs remake, that hit the cex pile as soon as it finished!
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