Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Spookies Remake

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Spookies Remake

    I would love someone to remake Spookies. Some better special effects and would love to see a new set of actors in the movie. Oh of course the last scene where the bride gets her dress ripped off by zombies. A sexy new actress, a new sexier wedding gown and some sexy lingerie for the zombies to play with.

  • #2
    Ha, When I saw the thread title I was like
    *What!? Who the bleep is going to remake that piece of bleep!?*

    Sorry, I know it has plenty of fans.

    Comment


    • #3
      Originally posted by Beyond View Post
      Ha, When I saw the thread title I was like
      *What!? Who the bleep is going to remake that piece of bleep!?*

      Sorry, I know it has plenty of fans.
      Hahahaha! I was thinking the same thing!

      Comment


      • #4
        I actually think Spookies could benefit from a remake. It's one of the those movies that, in concept, had potential, but the actual movie sucked ass, so it was, in all, just wasted potential. Especially considering the original movie was two separate movies spliced together. The kid investigating the house with the creepy old man trying to resurrect his wife was a different movie from the one where the group of party-goers get trapped in the mansion and are picked off by the strange things that live inside it. A remake could ACTUALLY merge those two stories together(or just eliminate the kid, who really did nothing for the story). Just keep it simple:

        A crazy old recluse who dabbles in unholy alchemy and the black arts lives in his mansion in the middle of nowhere, luring in passersby who get stranded on the nearby road. His hospitality seems warm, but he hides his dark intentions for them. for years, he's sought to bring his beloved wife back from her pre-mature death, but it takes 100 souls as payment to recall a single one from the afterlife, so all these years, he's been capturing those unfortunate enough to have walked into his web, and puts them through the dark labyrinth underneath his mansion, where his twisted creations of dark science and necromancy(failed attempts to resurrect the dead) roam. Waiting to quench their thirst of human blood and taste of human flesh. And with each death, their soul is added to the old man's crystal ball, until the 100th soul is claimed, and he can resurrect his beloved from the treshold of death.

        Comment


        • #5
          Wow

          That is some good Spookies knowledge, Im impressed

          Comment


          • #6
            I'll have to rewatch it, but I don't recall it being as bad as people say it is.

            Comment


            • #7
              Originally posted by magnaderalpha View Post
              I actually think Spookies could benefit from a remake. It's one of the those movies that, in concept, had potential, but the actual movie sucked ass, so it was, in all, just wasted potential. Especially considering the original movie was two separate movies spliced together. The kid investigating the house with the creepy old man trying to resurrect his wife was a different movie from the one where the group of party-goers get trapped in the mansion and are picked off by the strange things that live inside it.
              I'll have to rewatch it, but wasn't the old man playing a game that decided the fate of each partygoer? There aren't enough multi-monster movies that involve a single house. That aspect was fairly well done.

              Comment


              • #8
                Originally posted by magnaderalpha View Post
                I actually think Spookies could benefit from a remake. It's one of the those movies that, in concept, had potential, but the actual movie sucked ass, so it was, in all, just wasted potential. Especially considering the original movie was two separate movies spliced together. The kid investigating the house with the creepy old man trying to resurrect his wife was a different movie from the one where the group of party-goers get trapped in the mansion and are picked off by the strange things that live inside it. A remake could ACTUALLY merge those two stories together(or just eliminate the kid, who really did nothing for the story). Just keep it simple:

                A crazy old recluse who dabbles in unholy alchemy and the black arts lives in his mansion in the middle of nowhere, luring in passersby who get stranded on the nearby road. His hospitality seems warm, but he hides his dark intentions for them. for years, he's sought to bring his beloved wife back from her pre-mature death, but it takes 100 souls as payment to recall a single one from the afterlife, so all these years, he's been capturing those unfortunate enough to have walked into his web, and puts them through the dark labyrinth underneath his mansion, where his twisted creations of dark science and necromancy(failed attempts to resurrect the dead) roam. Waiting to quench their thirst of human blood and taste of human flesh. And with each death, their soul is added to the old man's crystal ball, until the 100th soul is claimed, and he can resurrect his beloved from the treshold of death.
                I agree it could be a cool film if done right, All I remember is the farting zombie if they remake i they have to keep that.

                Comment


                • #9
                  If they're actually going to try and make a cohesive plot out of all the bizzare fragments that were thrown into the original, that 's a challenge. That bat-thing jumping the woman, her husband turning into a Lagoony, etc. I'll have to see it, I guess.
                  sigpic

                  Comment

                  Working...
                  X