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    The City of the Dead is great, for sure. I love gothic horror from that period. Seeing Black Sunday for the first time was like a revelation for me.

    We watch Uzumaki last night.

    I still really like it. It doesn't hold a candle to the original manga, but few things do.
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    I've seen all of the movies Elvira showed but it was still fun to tune in and see her host.

    Elvira: Mistress of the Dark-8
    House On Haunted Hill-7
    City of the Dead-used to be 8.5, now a 9
    Messiah of Evil-8.5

    Good bunch of horror flicks.
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    Elvira: Mistress of the Dark -- 7/10
    House on Haunted Hill -- 7/10
    The City of the Dead -- 8/10
    Messiah of Evil -- Fell asleep about 10 minutes in. I'm old. Shut up.
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    Messiah of Evil is a slow burn that's for sure. But man what a payoff.
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    We've been rewatching the Tombs of the Blind Dead series. Just finished the third, The Ghost Galleon.

    I love these movies. They're misogynistic in a way that's typical of the time, but the wild soap opera plots and fun sets and effects more than make up for some grossness.

    In this third one, there are some shots of boxes being thrown into an ocean and later a ship sinking that look like they were done with toys in a bathtub.

    Amazing stuff.
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    V/H/S/94 is a fine return of the series. Probably my favorite so far. 8/10
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    So it took me 34 years to do it, but I finally watched The Exorcist! Banger.
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    Komi Can't Communicate, S1 (A. Watanabe/K. Kawagoe, 2021) ☆
    Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (S. Peckinpah, 1973)
    Haikyu!!, S1 + OVA (S. Mitsunaka, 2014) ☆
    Aggretsuko, S4 (Rarecho, 2021) ☆
    Out of the Past (J. Tourneur, 1947) ☆
    The Getaway (S. Peckinpah, 1972) ☆
    The Wild Bunch (S. Peckinpah, 1969)
    Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (L. Roemer, 1964) ☆
    Injustice (M. Peters, 2021) ☆

    First time ☆

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    Quote Quoting Philip J. Fry (view post)
    So it took me 34 years to do it, but I finally watched The Exorcist! Banger.
    I remember watching it for the first time and being surprised how grounded in reality the first 90 minutes is. I think that's what sets it up so well for what comes later.

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    The Exorcist is one of the all-time best. Skip part 2, but check out 3. Not as good, but still very good.
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    It's sequel is better.

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    Quote Quoting Spun Lepton (view post)
    The Exorcist is one of the all-time best. Skip part 2, but check out 3. Not as good, but still very good.
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    Quote Quoting Ezee E (view post)
    I remember watching it for the first time and being surprised how grounded in reality the first 90 minutes is. I think that's what sets it up so well for what comes later.
    Yeah. It's a more patient and methodical film than I thought it would be, specially with the way it sets up it's characters and that's why It's so good at creating tension. It's very, very effective.
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    The Exorcist is one of the all-time best. Skip part 2, but check out 3. Not as good, but still very good.
    Yeah, I've heard part 3 is really good. I'll check it out whenever I get a chance.
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    Cross of Iron (S. Peckinpah, 1977) ☆
    Komi Can't Communicate, S1 (A. Watanabe/K. Kawagoe, 2021) ☆
    Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (S. Peckinpah, 1973)
    Haikyu!!, S1 + OVA (S. Mitsunaka, 2014) ☆
    Aggretsuko, S4 (Rarecho, 2021) ☆
    Out of the Past (J. Tourneur, 1947) ☆
    The Getaway (S. Peckinpah, 1972) ☆
    The Wild Bunch (S. Peckinpah, 1969)
    Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (L. Roemer, 1964) ☆
    Injustice (M. Peters, 2021) ☆

    First time ☆

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    Part 3 has one really great scare. Other than that....ehh.

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    I am happy to inform everybody that the version of Night of the Creeps available on Amazon Prime is the director's cut that includes the originally intended ending, and not the stupid cheap jumpscare ending. I've always enjoyed this movie, but watching it again for the first time in probably more than a decade, and am happy to find some new appreciation for it. 9/10


    The cheap jumpscare ending is the one with [
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    The original ending has [
    ] It's a lot more involved, but it just feels like the perfect wrap-up.
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    I like both endings to NOTC. I own the SE on DVD.

    The Exorcist is fantastic and terrifying. The third one is also great as is The Ninth Configuration. I never saw the second Exorcist movie but I hear it is hilariously bad.
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    Exorcist 2 is unfortunate, because there are minor parts of it that are quite interesting, but the majority of it is bad enough to dominate the whole experience.

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    Quote Quoting Spun Lepton (view post)
    I am happy to inform everybody that the version of Night of the Creeps available on Amazon Prime is the director's cut that includes the originally intended ending, and not the stupid cheap jumpscare ending. I've always enjoyed this movie, but watching it again for the first time in probably more than a decade, and am happy to find some new appreciation for it. 9/10


    The cheap jumpscare ending is the one with [
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    The original ending has [
    ] It's a lot more involved, but it just feels like the perfect wrap-up.

    Jen insists that there is a version of this movie where the dude in the tank is naked and there are prominent dong shots.

    Have you seen a version like this? I've seen both the uncut that you talk about here, and the theatrical. And I ain't seen no dongs.
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    Quote Quoting megladon8 (view post)
    Jen insists that there is a version of this movie where the dude in the tank is naked and there are prominent dong shots.

    Have you seen a version like this? I've seen both the uncut that you talk about here, and the theatrical. And I ain't seen no dongs.
    I don't recall any versions like that.
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    Check her porn collection.
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    Also, someone else's post on a other forum just reminded me, 1960 might just be the best year in Horror movie history; I mean, Black Sunday, Peeping Tom, Eyes Without A Face, AND Psycho? I mean, can any other year really match that, or even come close?

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    Quote Quoting StuSmallz (view post)
    Also, someone else's post on a other forum just reminded me, 1960 might just be the best year in Horror movie history; I mean, Black Sunday, Peeping Tom, Eyes Without A Face, AND Psycho? I mean, can any other year really match that, or even come close?
    I'd add The Flesh and the Fiends to that list.

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    Quote Quoting Skitch (view post)
    Exorcist 2 is unfortunate, because there are minor parts of it that are quite interesting, but the majority of it is bad enough to dominate the whole experience.
    That's too bad. Poor Linda Blair got typecasted I guess.
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    Quote Quoting StuSmallz (view post)
    Also, someone else's post on a other forum just reminded me, 1960 might just be the best year in Horror movie history; I mean, Black Sunday, Peeping Tom, Eyes Without A Face, AND Psycho? I mean, can any other year really match that, or even come close?
    It's at least up there. 1980 was a good year for horror, too.
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    I'm rewatching The Brotherhood of the Wolf again and man is that movie gorgeous. The plot is a bit thin and the flick abuses slow motion a lot yet I still find myself engaged in what is happening onscreen.
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