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Old 5th September 2018, 10:52 AM
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Well Delirium is out on blu-ray via 88 Films so i'd be stunned if you haven't seen that.
Yes, I do have it and the title probably didn't resonate because the last time I saw the box was when it the slipcase containing the Italian title (Le foto di Gioia). I remember it being a really stylish and well constructed film by Lamberto Bava and been particularly impressed by Simon Boswell's score. This will give me a good excuse to revisit it for the first time since April last year and see if it will knock anything from my provisional list.
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Old 5th September 2018, 12:17 PM
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Scott brothers.

1) True Romance.
2) The Hunger.
3) Revenge.
4) Someone To Watch Over Me.
5) Gladiator.
6) Alien.
7) Black Rain.
8) Thelma and Louise.
9) Blade Runner.
10) Beverley Hills Cop 2.
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Old 5th September 2018, 06:43 PM
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1987

Opera
Stagefright
The Burning Moon
The Monster Squad
NEAR DARK
Hellraiser
Faceless
Prince Of Darkness
Nekromantik
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Old 5th September 2018, 06:59 PM
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The Gate.
The Hidden.
Bad Taste.
Dark Age.
Evil Dead II.
The Monster Squad.
Video Dead.
Graveyard Disturbance.
Creepozoids.
Street Trash.
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Old 5th September 2018, 07:08 PM
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1987 Horror Films.

1. Opera.
2. Stagefright.
3. Hellraiser.
4. Angel Heart.
5. Delirium.
6. Near Dark.
7. The Lost Boys.
8. Aenigma.
9. The Stepfather.
10. Prince of Darkness.
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Old 5th September 2018, 08:01 PM
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The Scott brothers Top 10.

1. Blade Runner (1982).
2. Alien (1979).
3. Black Rain (1989).
4. Gladiator (2000).
5. True Romance (1993).
6. Hannibal (2001).
7. Revenge (1990).
8. The Hunger (1983).
9. The Last Boy Scout (1991).
10. Thelma and Louise (1991).
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Old 10th September 2018, 09:37 PM
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HORROR FILMS FROM 1987
  1. Evil Dead II
  2. Hellraiser
  3. Near Dark
  4. Prince of Darkness
  5. Opera
  6. A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
  7. Delirium
  8. Stage Fright
  9. Angel Heart
  10. The Lost Boys

RIDLEY AND TONY SCOTT FILMS
  1. Blade Runner (Ridley)
  2. Alien (Ridley)
  3. True Romance (Tony)
  4. Gladiator (Ridley)
  5. The Hunger (Tony)
  6. Thelma & Louise (Ridley)
  7. Top Gun (Tony)
  8. Matchstick Men (Ridley)
  9. The Martian (Ridley)
  10. Enemy of the State (Tony)
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Thanks to everyone who contributed their lists of their favourite horror films from 1987 and those directed by Ridley and Tony Scott. There were some films that I hadn't considered and are now on my watchlist and others which I couldn't put on my list because I hadn't seen them in so long.

Your topic for this week is quite wide-ranging because of the sheer number of films made from around the world and will probably mean you'll need to put your thinking caps on, revisit some films you haven't seen in some time and probably receive a number of recommendations.

FAVOURITE HORROR FILMS FROM 2000-2009


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This is getting repetitive.
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This is getting repetitive.
Repetitive good or repetitive bad?
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