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  • Originally posted by oxley View Post

    One thing I did like about it though, was the Pick Axe was used for every kill from memory. Which I think is what should have been done with the original.
    I HIGHLY disagree. The thing I liked about the original is the variety of kills.

    In the remake it got painfully boring when he used the pick axe for 98% of the fucking kills. I couldn't stand it.

    The original was far more creative.
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    • Originally posted by MovieGeek View Post
      I HIGHLY disagree. The thing I liked about the original is the variety of kills.

      In the remake it got painfully boring when he used the pick axe for 98% of the fucking kills. I couldn't stand it.

      The original was far more creative.
      Agreed. I dunno, I kinda thought the remake was trash, but still entertaining. The original is far superior. I just caught it last year or somethin', and I think it's easily one of the better slashers ever made.

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      • Originally posted by BeRightBack View Post
        Agreed. I dunno, I kinda thought the remake was trash, but still entertaining. The original is far superior. I just caught it last year or somethin', and I think it's easily one of the better slashers ever made.
        I liked it the first time I watched it but it hasn't held up for me. The original, for me, is one of the best slasher films ever made. Especially in its uncut form.
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        • That scene at the beginning of X-Ray that reminds me of MBV.

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          • Originally posted by Mogwai View Post
            The remake eclipses the rather drab original at every turn. There's more blood, more entertainment, more amusement and MOAR GOAR! Plus it didn't make me feel sleepy, like the original.
            No way. Have you seen the uncut version? Far better than the remake in gore and what not. Not that that's what the important parts are anyway.

            Originally posted by MovieGeek View Post
            I HIGHLY disagree. The thing I liked about the original is the variety of kills.

            In the remake it got painfully boring when he used the pick axe for 98% of the fucking kills. I couldn't stand it.

            The original was far more creative.
            I just like a old school miner using the pick axe. It's a badass image.
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            • Originally posted by MovieGeek View Post
              The thing I liked about the original is the variety of kills.

              In the remake it got painfully boring when he used the pick axe for 98% of the fucking kills.

              The original was far more creative.

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              • Originally posted by Vlad The Impaler View Post
                Yeah, but then we wouldn't have got this great kill...

                That was my favorite kill. So freakin awesome.

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                • One of my favorite slasher movies. I think the miner is one of the more terrifying slasher movie villains.
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