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Old 8th September 2012, 03:18 PM
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I can find value in all of those films except CREATURES FROM THE ABYSS and HOUSE OF WITCHCRAFT (Lenzi's worst film imo)
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I can find value in all of those films except CREATURES FROM THE ABYSS and HOUSE OF WITCHCRAFT (Lenzi's worst film imo)
and i quite like both of those too.
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I've noticed that "My little Eye" isn't exactly loved universally in the horror community, but I find it to be absolutely brilliant and frightening.

I also have a real liking for "Blairwitch 2: Book of Shadows" , which is one of THE single most underrated horror sequels of all time to me- probably due to it being rushed out after the original's hype had just about gotten on everybody's nerves...

There's a lot I like about "Pet Sematary Two"- though I have to admit that it lost some of its appeal to me over the course of the last 20 years since I watched it about 4 times at the cinema and countless times on vhs...

I also rate "Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III" higher than "TCM 2" on my private scale.... at least it's the one I find myself watching far more often despite all its obvious faults and troubles, particularly concerning the finale...

And while we are at it: I DO consider "Stepfather III" to be a worthwhile watch!
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Old 8th September 2012, 07:29 PM
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I also rate "Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III" higher than "TCM 2" on my private scale.... at least it's the one I find myself watching far more often despite all its obvious faults and troubles, particularly concerning the finale...
I'm a fan too mainly for the presence of Ken Foree, but Tom Everett as Alfredo is a blast also.
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Old 8th September 2012, 08:05 PM
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Couldn't agree more, Alfredo is really funny, can't choose between the gas station scene or his confronation with Foree at the body pit though.
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And while we are at it: I DO consider "Stepfather III" to be a worthwhile watch!
I really like Stepfather III. I remember when it first came out on video a friend of mine raved to me that it was the sickest film he'd ever seen. Sure, it's far nastier than its predecessors, but certainly not the sickest film I'd ever seen.

Is this available on DVD or Blu?
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Old 9th September 2012, 10:21 AM
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I really like Stepfather III. I remember when it first came out on video a friend of mine raved to me that it was the sickest film he'd ever seen. Sure, it's far nastier than its predecessors, but certainly not the sickest film I'd ever seen.
At the time of its vhs release I totally "fell in love" with the grisly surgary opening sequence, watched it occasionally without the rest of the film -which I also like.


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Is this available on DVD or Blu?
It's been released in Germany and can be found as a single release or paired with the first two "Stepfathers" as part of a trilogy set. I've even seen it being openly sold in some huge German media shops, though it hasn't been lifted from the dreaded "index"....

I'd take a look around in some Austrian internst shops..
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Old 9th September 2012, 10:34 AM
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Cat in the brain
friday the 13th X
Texas chainsaw 2
The Thing prequel
Hellraiser:deader
Totally agree about 'Cat in the Brain', I do get the impression that it tends to be reviled by both Fulci fans and the horror community at large, but for me it's one of his best movies.

Apart from that, I very rarely ever hear a good word said about 'Devil Hunter', but it's one of my fave Franco films. I know I will receive very little public backing on this one. 'Cannibals' is another neglected Franco, and 'Mansion of the Living Dead' doesn't have the status it should.
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