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Graeme73 27th October 2015 09:36 AM

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Originally Posted by MacBlayne (Post 465683)
I did think the finale was rushed, but I assume the filmmakers were determined to stay around a 90 minute runtime. Which, if so, I have to applaud.

I loved the scene in the gymnasium. Quite possibly the best scene in the series.

And as for the final two minutes - :clap: :clap: :clap:


I found the FD series a fresh of breath air compared to most contemporary horror. Plus that score is wonderfully haunting

Gold6082 27th October 2015 10:01 AM

Update with rating. Seen too many too write reviews it would takes hours.

So far this month 1st-10th Oct

Tales from the Crypt (1972) 8/10
Vault of Horror (1973) 8/10
House That Dripped Blood 8/10
From Beyond the Grave 7/10
Dr Terror's House of Horrors 7/10
Tales that witness Madness 5/10
After Midnight (1989) 6/10
Creepshow 2 8/10
Curse of Frankenstein 8/10
The Mummy (1959) 7/10
The Asphyx 9/10
Witchfinder General 9/10
The Sorcerers 7/10
Curse of the Crimson Altar 7/10
Night of the Eagle 9/10
Night of the Demon 8/10
Repulsion 9/10
Seconds 9/10
Dead of Night (1945) 9/10

11th-20th Oct

Howl 9/10
Tales of Halloween 7/10
I spit on your Grave 3 7/10
Haunt 4/10
Two Evil Eyes 8/10
The Black Cat 6/10
Your Vice ... 8/10
Torso 9/10
Ghosthouse 8/10
Wrong Turn 5 7/10
Trick R Treat 9/10
Green Inferno 7/10
Nightmare Castle 6/10
Demonoid 7/10
Tenderness of the wolves 7/10
Poltergeist III 8/10
The Thing (1982) 9/10
It Follows 7/10
All Hallows Eve 6/10

21st - 27th Oct

Mosquito 7/10
Seance on a Wet Afternoon 6/10
The little Girl who lives down the lane 9/10
Phantasm III 7/10
Friday The 13th II 7/10
Amityville II Possession 8/10
Headhunter 7/10
Found 8/10
Final Destination V 7/10
Insidious III 6/10
Psychomania 8/10
Deathline/Raw meat 7/10

bizarre_eye@Cult Labs 27th October 2015 11:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Sam (Post 466149)
Some good viewing there BE, how did you find the ABCs of Death, been intending to pick that one up at some point

Overall I found it fairly decent, but with all anthologies the segments tend to vary in quality. With ABCs this variation is compounded by the amount of segments present and the amount of directors involved. However, due to the lengths of each segment being fairly short you're never bored and it is certainly an interesting vehicle to showcase some talent and the imagination of the cinematic horror community both young and old.

I also actually found the sequel to be slightly better than its predecessor - I did feel that the quality of segments were improved overall.

Demdike@Cult Labs 27th October 2015 11:29 AM

Halloween viewing up to date.

Halloween Resurrection
The Unnamable
Cat People (1982)
The Reaper
Doomwatch
Burnt Offerings
Evil Dead Trap
Wild Zero
Willow Creek
Goodbye Gemini
Cry of the Banshee
Curse of the Crimson Alter
The Old Dark House
Murders in the Rue Morgue
Cave of the Living Dead
The Fog
The Dunwich Horror
Wrong Turn 5
Sleepy Hollow
The Virgin of Nuremberg
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
I Walked with a Zombie
Trick or Treat
Dracula (1958)
The Body Snatcher
The Sacrament
Halloween 4 The Return of Michael Myers
Night of the Demon

Inspector Abberline 27th October 2015 05:09 PM

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Graduation Day, where the high school graduates look as old as the teachers, if ever a bunch needed despatching with various sport related items its this lot.

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Demdike@Cult Labs 27th October 2015 05:10 PM

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Aside from films it's been nice dipping into one of my favourite books again this year - October Dreams.

A compendium of stories, poems and recollections from some of the great horror writers.

The October 31st extracts from Kim Newman's diary over the years make for fascinating reading.

Demdike@Cult Labs 27th October 2015 05:28 PM

A diversion from films again but on Saturday night on Radio 4 there is a new drama from Peter Strickland - a re-imagining of The Stone Tape.

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A special enhanced version of The Stone Tape is also available online and for download from BBC iPlayer Radio. Pioneering sound technology from BBC Research and Development has been used to create a 3D binaural mix designed for headphones. Binaural sound gives a unique immersive listening experience, perfect for a horror drama - but only for those who dare.
BBC Radio 4 - Drama, Fright Night: The Stone Tape

trebor8273 27th October 2015 06:26 PM

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Demdike@Cult Labs 27th October 2015 06:40 PM

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Originally Posted by trebor8273 (Post 466189)

I'd be interested to know what you make of this Treb.

I know i saw it on vhs but i'm sure i didn't really rate it, problem is i can't remember a thing about it.

trebor8273 27th October 2015 06:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Demdike@Cult Labs (Post 466193)
I'd be interested to know what you make of this Treb.

I know i saw it on vhs but i'm sure i didn't really rate it, problem is i can't remember a thing about it.

Seen it before and I enjoyed it, not going to be a classic or win any awards but was an enjoyable b monster movie.


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