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  • Originally posted by oxley View Post


    That's crazy. I wasn't even allowed to see an R rated movie when I was 17 (legal age here being 1 with my mum. Here, you MUST be of age or you just aren't allowed in at all. No exceptions.

    You people be crazy. No wonder some people grow up thinking it's OK to go all Rambo at school.
    haha I snuck into R rated movies all the time was I was 15 or 16

    I'm a hardcore mother fucker

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    • Originally posted by oxley View Post


      That's crazy. I wasn't even allowed to see an R rated movie when I was 17 (legal age here being 1 with my mum. Here, you MUST be of age or you just aren't allowed in at all. No exceptions.

      You people be crazy. No wonder some people grow up thinking it's OK to go all Rambo at school.
      It fucking sucks ass man. These stupid kids tend to ruin the experience most of the time with their cell phones, talking and annoying laughing.

      The babies, well....they just cry and eventually have to be taken out.

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      • Originally posted by The Revelator View Post
        There was a 10 or 11 year old kid with his dad at the showing I went to... they left like 20 minutes in haha

        Also, the lights came on in the theater about 20 minutes before the movie started and the manager checked everybody to make sure we actually had tickets. Turns out some kids bought tickets to a different movie and snuck in to Evil Dead. We all laughed hysterically as they were escorted out of the theater in front of everybody.
        If only the theaters around here were like that all the time with R-rated movies. Sometimes they're super strict and others they just don't care. Reminds me when I went to go see Texas Chainsaw 3D with my brother and we had to go through two checks to be sure we were of age. One near the hall where the movie was played at and another at the door. Even though the movie was complete shit I commend them for keeping the kiddies out.
        “I know you’re ‘good’ people. I know you mean well… But you just didn’t think it through…. There is only one path to peace… Your extermination.” - Ultron (Avengers: Age of Ultron)

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        • Originally posted by Ginobili View Post
          If only the theaters around here were like that all the time with R-rated movies. Sometimes they're super strict and others they just don't care. Reminds me when I went to go see Texas Chainsaw 3D with my brother and we had to go through two checks to be sure we were of age. One near the hall where the movie was played at and another at the door. Even though the movie was complete shit I commend them for keeping the kiddies out.
          God I wish my theater was like that.

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          • Originally posted by Ginobili View Post
            If only the theaters around here were like that all the time with R-rated movies. Sometimes they're super strict and others they just don't care. Reminds me when I went to go see Texas Chainsaw 3D with my brother and we had to go through two checks to be sure we were of age. One near the hall where the movie was played at and another at the door. Even though the movie was complete shit I commend them for keeping the kiddies out.
            I saw that piece of vomit the day it came out and there were like 3 people in the theater... It was a film I was happy to see in such an empty theater.

            Honestly though, my screening of Evil Dead was a godsend. Nobody said a fucking thing (outside of some laughs and a few shocked sighs). I wanted to hug everybody when it was over.

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            • Originally posted by The Revelator View Post
              Honestly though, my screening of Evil Dead was a godsend. Nobody said a fucking thing (outside of some laughs and a few shocked sighs). I wanted to hug everybody when it was over.
              After my initial screening of Evil Dead, I wanted to kill and destroy.

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              • Originally posted by DeathbyIggy View Post
                I think Nightmare Warrior is still hung up over the "supposed rules of horror" that were established in the film, The Cabin In The Woods.

                Seriously Nightmare Warrior.... enough. I mean we totally get that you flick the bean to thoughts of that movie, but you're starting to make some of us really sick.... stop it.
                I think Scream did more damage to modern horror as far as the "rules" are concerned. I mean, sure, it pointed out slasher tropes, but since then, any and everybody not initially fans of horror were parading the rules around like they were seasoned veterens, and were even trying to apply them to non-slasher horror movies. I love Scream, don't get me wrong, but the whole "posers acting like pros" and quoting the rules like they've been watching these movies before 1996... urgh.

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                • Originally posted by NightmareWarrior View Post
                  there always has to be a female survivor. its the rule.


                  How do you breath without assistance?
                  "Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side, which he never shows to anybody. If, he can help it." -- Mark Twain





                  "I do not see why man should not be just as cruel as nature." -- Adolf Hitler


                  You are a sadistic, volatile and all over out of control internet cruise missile, that's what you are, Oxley.
                  Do you have American animals in your Zoo's? Like Bears, Elephants and Giraffes?
                  My little idiot..

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                  • Originally posted by magnaderalpha View Post
                    I think Scream did more damage to modern horror as far as the "rules" are concerned. I mean, sure, it pointed out slasher tropes, but since then, any and everybody not initially fans of horror were parading the rules around like they were seasoned veterens, and were even trying to apply them to non-slasher horror movies. I love Scream, don't get me wrong, but the whole "posers acting like pros" and quoting the rules like they've been watching these movies before 1996... urgh.
                    There are no damn rules to horror movies. Why limit ourselves?

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                    • Originally posted by The Revelator View Post
                      There are no damn rules to horror movies. Why limit ourselves?
                      Without rules, we have anarchy.
                      "Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side, which he never shows to anybody. If, he can help it." -- Mark Twain





                      "I do not see why man should not be just as cruel as nature." -- Adolf Hitler


                      You are a sadistic, volatile and all over out of control internet cruise missile, that's what you are, Oxley.
                      Do you have American animals in your Zoo's? Like Bears, Elephants and Giraffes?
                      My little idiot..

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                      • Originally posted by The Revelator View Post
                        There are no damn rules to horror movies. Why limit ourselves?
                        Horror SHOULDN'T limit itself. Besides, these types of rules were made to be broken.

                        It always interested me when ever someone would ask John Carpenter about the "having sex = dead in horror movies because of morality" thing, and listening to him state that it was NEVER a morality issue, but a logical issue that one "preoccupied" wouldn't necessarily pick up on danger because their minds are elsewhere, making them perfect targets(because the perfect target is one that doesn't suspect their own impending death).

                        Seriously, after Scream, those "know-it-alls" fuckin PISSED me off. All those damn shits claiming to know all the rules, and pointing out how movies that don't follow the "rules" are flawed horror movies(because ALL horror movies are supposed to follow the rules.... bullshit poser pissants).

                        Originally posted by oxley View Post
                        Without rules, we have anarchy.
                        Best horror is birthed in chaos. That which you cannot control is ALWAYS scary!

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                        • Originally posted by magnaderalpha View Post
                          Horror SHOULDN'T limit itself. Besides, these types of rules were made to be broken.
                          Seriously, after Scream, those "know-it-alls" fuckin PISSED me off. All those damn shits claiming to know all the rules, and pointing out how movies that don't follow the "rules" are flawed horror movies(because ALL horror movies are supposed to follow the rules.... bullshit poser pissants).
                          Scream didn't "ruin those other movies" it simply exploited horror movies for what they had become. It mocked them for FOLLOWING the rules, while doing so itself. It pointed out how clichéd the horror genre had gotten. It was brilliant. If anything it paved the way for others to change the game and break away from the norm. In the last decade horror movies have gotten FAR more praise for going outside the box (Sinister, Insidious, Paranormal Activity, etc...) And those are just of few of the mainstream films, that's not even counting the ones that don't make it to theatres as well as foreign films. Horror hasn't limited itself, and it sure as hell isn't following a set of rules.

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                          • Originally posted by bloodydollface View Post
                            Scream didn't "ruin those other movies" it simply exploited horror movies for what they had become. It mocked them for FOLLOWING the rules, while doing so itself. It pointed out how clichéd the horror genre had gotten. It was brilliant. If anything it paved the way for others to change the game and break away from the norm. In the last decade horror movies have gotten FAR more praise for going outside the box (Sinister, Insidious, Paranormal Activity, etc...) And those are just of few of the mainstream films, that's not even counting the ones that don't make it to theatres as well as foreign films. Horror hasn't limited itself, and it sure as hell isn't following a set of rules.
                            Exactly. To read into Scream as some sort of ultimatum of horror is foolish... Scream said "this is what horror is and has become..." but doesn't beg us to think that's all it should be.

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                            • Originally posted by magnaderalpha View Post
                              Horror SHOULDN'T limit itself. Besides, these types of rules were made to be broken.

                              It always interested me when ever someone would ask John Carpenter about the "having sex = dead in horror movies because of morality" thing, and listening to him state that it was NEVER a morality issue, but a logical issue that one "preoccupied" wouldn't necessarily pick up on danger because their minds are elsewhere, making them perfect targets(because the perfect target is one that doesn't suspect their own impending death).

                              Seriously, after Scream, those "know-it-alls" fuckin PISSED me off. All those damn shits claiming to know all the rules, and pointing out how movies that don't follow the "rules" are flawed horror movies(because ALL horror movies are supposed to follow the rules.... bullshit poser pissants).


                              Best horror is birthed in chaos. That which you cannot control is ALWAYS scary!
                              Agreed.

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                              • Originally posted by magnaderalpha View Post
                                Best horror is birthed in chaos. That which you cannot control is ALWAYS scary!
                                Was a joke brosefff

                                Originally posted by The Revelator View Post
                                Exactly. To read into Scream as some sort of ultimatum of horror is foolish... Scream said "this is what horror is and has become..." but doesn't beg us to think that's all it should be.
                                "Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side, which he never shows to anybody. If, he can help it." -- Mark Twain





                                "I do not see why man should not be just as cruel as nature." -- Adolf Hitler


                                You are a sadistic, volatile and all over out of control internet cruise missile, that's what you are, Oxley.
                                Do you have American animals in your Zoo's? Like Bears, Elephants and Giraffes?
                                My little idiot..

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