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Psycho (only original)
Birds (also by Alfred)
The Devil's Rejects
Halloween & Halloween II (only by Rob Zombie, sorry)
Event Horison
Killlist...
...and many more....

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Halloween & Halloween II (only by Rob Zombie, sorry)


Awful films mate, the original is all you need.


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I haven't seen the remakes but I know this to be true.

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When I see a classical versions they like a hole to me. I also have no shit to say about them. I just prefer Zombie screenplay and directors work, which is fill the emptiness of original movies to me. Maybe it's my personal thing.

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Yes, the problem is, you are wrong. :D


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Am I reading this right, there is someone out there that prefers the Rob Zombie Halloween to the original and one true Halloween?


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The drugs do work.

Watched the original A Nightmare On Elm Street last night. It has not aged well, and not one cast member was anywhere near capable of acting. Still, nostalgia and all that...

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The drugs do work.

Watched the original A Nightmare On Elm Street last night. It has not aged well, and not one cast member was anywhere near capable of acting. Still, nostalgia and all that...


"It has not aged well" has to be my most hated phrase ever :D It still makes no sense at all.

Heather Langenkamp and her mum are fuckin woeful when it comes to the whole acting thing.
Still brilliant though.

I hate how you still don't get it uncut on dvd or blu ray, with the cunts removing the shot from Tina's death scene


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What's missing from it? This was my first time to see it since the '80s, and even then it was on video, I think the '3D' one (whichever part that was, Freddy's Dead, I think?) is the only one I saw in the cinema.

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When Tina drops from the ceiling to the bed there should be a shot where she hits the bed and the blood splashes every where.

Had it taped off Sky about 20 year ago and it's there. But never been on any DVD or Blu Release for some reason.



the shot at 1:08 with the big splash is always missing. Always just cuts to the blood hitting Rod.

Still think as shit as the acting may be, some of the special effects for the time are superb.
Better than any CGI filth. Like Freddy sticking his face through the wall over Nancy, Tina getting flung about the ceiling, Nancy in the bath, Johnny Depps blood going every, the general creepyness of dead Tina in the body bag sliding along the corridors and Freddy's make up in general. Obviously some shite as well like the tongue through the phone but still I'll take that any day over the blasphemous and up to date remake.


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Christ yeah, the remake's appalling. The bodybag in the school corridor is the shot of the film IMO. Freddy pressing through the wall is nicely done, too. Just checked mine again and yep, that shot's just snipped off. Annoying.

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Am I reading this right, there is someone out there that prefers the Rob Zombie Halloween to the original and one true Halloween?


Yeah.

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When I see a classical versions they like a hole to me. I also have no shit to say about them. I just prefer Zombie screenplay and directors work, which is fill the emptiness of original movies to me. Maybe it's my personal thing.


While I do prefer the original, I can understand your point. Zombie doesn't do a straight remake and looks more into the background and psychology of Myers. I found the Zombie versions interesting and definitely wouldn't say they were awful.

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Sinister's on tonight but I missed the start. Should I care? Insidious next week, might give that a look.

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Personally, I liked Sinister. I wouldn't say it was a classic but it was definitely worth a watch. Insidious? I thought it was drivel. I know some people who thought it was the best thing since sliced bread but after maybe the first 15 mins, its pointless.

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Personally, I liked Sinister. I wouldn't say it was a classic but it was definitely worth a watch. Insidious? I thought it was drivel. I know some people who thought it was the best thing since sliced bread but after maybe the first 15 mins, its pointless.



You are kindly right. Certainly, most of criticism to his "remakes" based on "they are different from original". But Rob interested in inner and more modern side of it. As I am psychologist i prefer his works. I am also dark and pessimistic person)

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Zombies Halloween 2 is one of the worst films I've walked out of after 25 mins.

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I recorded the Friday The 13th remake the other night, any use? I've only seen the first and another (can't remember what one, possibly Jason X) of the originals, from what I gather this compresses the first four into one film.

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I recorded the Friday The 13th remake the other night

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I recorded the Friday The 13th remake the other night

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I recorded

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