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Nordicdusk 31st October 2020 11:37 PM

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Right from that first scene which is my favourite opening to any film the mood is set. Everything about this film is outstanding music setting atmosphere story acting my second favourite soundtrack of all time my favourite is film 7 ;)

Every single time im fishing or near the sea i think about this film.

Demoncrat 1st November 2020 09:36 AM

Indeed nord.

One last one, and it was a humdinger :skull:

Garden Of The Dead (1972, John Hayes)

What a find (YT). Only an hour! (CUT??)
A load of prisoners plan a breakout on the eve of being transferred to another facility. They also start huffing formaldehyde ahem. This puts a slight cramp in their plans later on :skull:
Plus the mixed messages they get from authority figures (one gets to cuddle a partner just outside the gate, others get shot point blank when discovered escaping!!) can't help their frame of mind. As US regional horror goes, this was par for the course, even if a few scenes stood out for sheer effort hahaha. An ODDITY. :ghostclap:

Justin101 1st November 2020 10:11 AM

If anyone would like peruse my full list I have collated it all together on Leterboxd;

https://letterboxd.com/jmc/list/halloween-2020/

I think for 2021 I will do what Nordy did and do new watches for 30 days and proven classics for the main event, while I did enjoy the three films I watched yesterday I feel like I could have had a better time watching films that I already know and love :)

Nordicdusk 1st November 2020 10:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Justin101 (Post 639229)
If anyone would like peruse my full list I have collated it all together on Leterboxd;

https://letterboxd.com/jmc/list/halloween-2020/

I think for 2021 I will do what Nordy did and do new watches for 30 days and proven classics for the main event, while I did enjoy the three films I watched yesterday I feel like I could have had a better time watching films that I already know and love :)

It really makes Halloween that little more special when you watch your favorites on the night.

Nordicdusk 1st November 2020 11:00 AM

I managed to get in Halloween and Halloween 3 after last night i dont really need to say anything about them never get sick of watching them both amazing films.

Nosferatu@Cult Labs 1st November 2020 11:45 AM

I was watching the Six Nations rugby yesterday so didn't manage to watch any horror films, the first time this has happened in many years. I plan to catch up on my Halloween viewing by extending October by a week.

Demdike@Cult Labs 1st November 2020 12:18 PM

October 31st. Halloween
 
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Halloween (1978) / Halloween II (1981)

A glorious three hour seasonal epic telling the blood soaked story of the night HE came home!

Isn't Carpenter's reworking of the Halloween theme for Halloween II just f*cking awesome!

Demdike@Cult Labs 1st November 2020 12:23 PM

Hellfire!

I'm missing these movies already.

It's the same every year, the first couple of weeks are brilliant, then a spot of horror jadedness kicks in before we hit the triumphant final straight.

Now a November of not a lot of horror begins before the annual Decemberdike of 31 'new to me' discs.

Can't wait!

Nostalgic 1st November 2020 05:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Nordicdusk (Post 638421)
Thats almost as much as i remember i only just watched it :lol:

Really wanted to like BTG....but didn't.

Slow, introspective & like the Kevin Smith version of jumangi. Without dick & fart jokes.

Needs a re-watch methinks!

Nostalgic 1st November 2020 05:20 PM

Let's do a November of horrir if we can!


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