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  • #76
    Originally posted by travisbickle View Post
    7 pages and not one person has mentioned Silent Night Deadly Night?
    I think they have.

    Originally posted by Emo-rtal Beloved View Post
    I don't celebrate Christmas
    You're not missing much in my opinion. It's the most boring day of the year in my house.
    The time off work is always good though.

    "I have no idea where this will take us but I have a feeling it will be both wonderful and strange"

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    • #77
      Originally posted by el terror View Post

      You're not missing much in my opinion. It's the most boring day of the year in my house.
      Really? Don't families usually gather in Christmas? I'd figure families gathering to be nice.

      Originally posted by el terror View Post
      The time off work is always good though.
      Can't argue about that.


      She isn't a scream queen for nothing, right?

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      • #78
        Originally posted by Emo-rtal Beloved View Post
        Really? Don't families usually gather in Christmas? I'd figure families gathering to be nice.
        I don't have a large family so Christmas day consists of my mum, sister and me stuffing our faces and watching rubbish on TV. That's about it!
        I tend to watch my Christmas horror films in the morning whilst opening my presents. Silent Night Deadly Night, Dead End, Black Christmas, etc.
        I also watched Christmas Evil last year but didn't think much of it.

        "I have no idea where this will take us but I have a feeling it will be both wonderful and strange"

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        • #79
          Originally posted by el terror View Post
          I don't have a large family so Christmas day consists of my mum, sister and me stuffing our faces and watching rubbish on TV. That's about it!
          I tend to watch my Christmas horror films in the morning whilst opening my presents. Silent Night Deadly Night, Dead End, Black Christmas, etc.
          I also watched Christmas Evil last year but didn't think much of it.
          Oh, I see. So my perception is different from the reality, but at least u enjoy watching Christmas horror. I assume that's good enough.

          BTW, if u like Christmas horror, u should check out Tales From The Crypt's best episode of all time, And All Through The House.


          She isn't a scream queen for nothing, right?

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          • #80
            Originally posted by Emo-rtal Beloved View Post

            BTW, if u like Christmas horror, u should check out Tales From The Crypt's best episode of all time, And All Through The House.
            The segment from the Amicus anthology from the 70's with Joan Collins is even better. That creepy, grimey old man santa...
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            • #81
              Originally posted by Cause of Death View Post
              The segment from the Amicus anthology from the 70's with Joan Collins is even better. That creepy, grimey old man santa...
              I think the one with Zemeckis has better acting, but the one in Amicus has better atmosphere. Both are very creepy, though.


              She isn't a scream queen for nothing, right?

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              • #82
                Originally posted by Emo-rtal Beloved View Post
                I think the one with Zemeckis has better acting, but the one in Amicus has better atmosphere. Both are very creepy, though.
                I'll agree to that.
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                • #83
                  Originally posted by Beyond View Post
                  You'll love it.
                  Your's is an opinion I hold in high regard, so I think I will have to seek out Stagefright now, probably The Church too just to complete my Soavi collection.
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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by Cause of Death View Post
                    I'll agree to that.
                    Thank u.


                    She isn't a scream queen for nothing, right?

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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by Cause of Death View Post
                      Your's is an opinion I hold in high regard, so I think I will have to seek out Stagefright now, probably The Church too just to complete my Soavi collection.
                      Yeah Stagefright is great. Some really awesome and brutal kills. I love The Church too even more than Stagefright, but it's definitely more of an imagery and atmosphere based film rather than a completely coherent narrative.
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                      • #86
                        Saw is not a slasher.

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by Cause of Death View Post
                          Your's is an opinion I hold in high regard, so I think I will have to seek out Stagefright now, probably The Church too just to complete my Soavi collection.
                          Thanks buddy.

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                          • #88
                            Originally posted by Emo-rtal Beloved View Post
                            Thank u.
                            No prob, dude.
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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by Beyond View Post
                              Thanks buddy.
                              Anytime, my man. I think we definitely have very similar tastes as far as horror goes.
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                              • #90
                                For me, the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre is hands down the best slasher film of all time.

                                I recently watched Midnight Meat Train and quite enjoyed that as well.

                                It's hard to know where a film crosses the line from a horror flick with gory deaths, to a slasher - does anyone know what I mean?

                                ETA: and where a film crosses the line from slasher to torture porn. There seems to be a violence spectrum, you know?

                                I must get around to watching Black Christmas, I've heard so many good things about it. But I'd never actually heard of it until I joined this board a few weeks ago.
                                Last edited by RosieRogue; 10-06-2011, 03:46 PM.

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