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Old 18th April 2020, 10:40 AM
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Old 27th April 2020, 10:18 PM
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Hellraiser , tbh I don't think I've seen any past the 4th, are they actually worth watching or more just cashing in on the franchise and drawing things out ?

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Old 28th April 2020, 08:45 AM
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Hellraiser , tbh I don't think I've seen any past the 4th, are they actually worth watching or more just cashing in on the franchise and drawing things out ?

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Don't do that to yourself - I had that brilliant idea once, and the movies are boring & dull..
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Old 28th April 2020, 09:40 AM
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Hellraiser , tbh I don't think I've seen any past the 4th, are they actually worth watching or more just cashing in on the franchise and drawing things out ?

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If you really like the Cenobites then i'd say yes. I do like them, i think they are a great creation of S&M horror. The films themselves are a mixed bag but i can find something to enjoy in all of them. Even Hellworld.

I've seen them all up to and including Hellworld multiple times.

You are probably going to stream them rather than pay money so just go for it. Nothing's lost.
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Old 28th April 2020, 11:49 AM
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If you really like the Cenobites then i'd say yes. I do like them, i think they are a great creation of S&M horror. The films themselves are a mixed bag but i can find something to enjoy in all of them. Even Hellworld.

I've seen them all up to and including Hellworld multiple times.

You are probably going to stream them rather than pay money so just go for it. Nothing's lost.
Tbh most horror films that tend to have over 3 / 4 films and there loads, I don't bother after that I start to lose interest, and most times they don't have good ratings either which also puts me of bothering to watch them.

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That's just a handful be load others I've missed.

I might be missing out on some good films but hey hum so be it .
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Old 28th April 2020, 11:55 AM
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Hellraiser , tbh I don't think I've seen any past the 4th, are they actually worth watching or more just cashing in on the franchise and drawing things out ?

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Tbh most horror films that tend to have over 3 / 4 films and there loads, I don't bother after that I start to lose interest, and most times they don't have good ratings either which also puts me of bothering to watch them.

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Aliens
Halloween
Hellraiser
Wrong turn
Children of the corn
Noes
Tcm

That's just a handful be load others I've missed.

I might be missing out on some good films but hey hum so be it .
So why the hell did you bother to ask then?
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Old 28th April 2020, 12:46 PM
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So why the hell did you bother to ask then?
Because someone one might say they think I'm wrong on so and so sequel or yes they agree so and so sequel aren't worth the time. It's always nice to see other people opinions and thoughts on things .
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David Stratton's Stories of Australian Cinema – I've set my set-top box to record this new series because it should be really interesting and informative.

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Much-loved film critic David Stratton tells the fascinating story of Australian cinema, focusing in on the films that capture this idiosyncratic nation with drama, emotion and humour.

David played a pivotal role supporting film-makers and helping them to find audiences both locally and abroad. He rose to fame co-hosting a movie review show with Margaret Pomeranz, which the nation religiously tuned in to for almost 30 years.

In this first episode, we learn how Aussie film-makers gained the confidence to tell their own stories with the boldness of Picnic at Hanging Rock and Mad Max, the global success of Crocodile Dundee and Shine, the flamboyance of Strictly Ballroom and the raw authenticity of Samson and Delilah.

The series takes us on a thrilling journey across Australian cinema's most moving moments and unforgettable scenes and into the heart of the stories portrayed on the big screen that helped shape a nation’s idea of itself.
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Brassic season 2 next Friday, I highly enjoyed first one .
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Talking Pictures TV

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