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I know some people watch that Showtime show Penny Dreadful with the beautiful Eva Green, well I watched another movie with her in it, 300 Rise of an Empire. I know not horror but tons of blood and dismemberment, and Eva topless! Worth the rent guys!
Pffffftt. Check out The Dreamers.

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^Gonna check that out ASAP!

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It's not a horror movie, but I doubt you'll be disappointed.

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Those with D TV can look forward to the Romero -thon @ 9:00 on ch.341, ElRey Network.

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13 Sins on Netflix WI is not quite horror but more dark comedy and weird enough for folks here. Would have been better without the Saturday night network clogging.
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i had that channel on a free preview and it was pretty cool!

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13 Sins on Netflix WI is not quite horror but more dark comedy and weird enough for folks here. Would have been better without the Saturday night network clogging.
Sounds up my alley!


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Zombies Halloween on IFC now and later after Pitch Black.
That reminds me I need to keep an eye on a Riddick trilogy bluray, or three separates this fall. The first and third would have been better with more of a horror tone to them, but still guilty pleasures.
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Just watched Alien Abduction. Surprisingly, I enjoyed it quite a bit!

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That reminds me I need to keep an eye on a Riddick trilogy bluray, or three separates this fall. The first and third would have been better with more of a horror tone to them, but still guilty pleasures.
I agree and I always watch these movies when they are on tv.
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Just watched Alien Abduction. Surprisingly, I enjoyed it quite a bit!

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ADDED to the PILE! Every time I see previews like this I want to go all 'Private Hudson' on those bastards, even if it does little to no good!

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Who is ready for Sharknado-2????? Its coming on, but i cant watch it or DVR it on its first showing due to conflicts, but its on again i think Saturday (not sure), and i got the DVR already set to record it then. I may not get a chance to watch it for a few weeks as i will be going on vacation at the end of next week, but i WILL watch it as soon as i get the chance. Cant wait.

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Who is ready for Sharknado-2????? Its coming on, but i cant watch it or DVR it on its first showing due to conflicts, but its on again i think Saturday (not sure), and i got the DVR already set to record it then. I may not get a chance to watch it for a few weeks as i will be going on vacation at the end of next week, but i WILL watch it as soon as i get the chance. Cant wait.
I think the only Sharknado fan is no longer with us, but I'll give it a watch. Enjoy your vacation.

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Who is ready for Sharknado-2????? Its coming on, but i cant watch it or DVR it on its first showing due to conflicts, but its on again i think Saturday (not sure), and i got the DVR already set to record it then.
It's on SyFy twice on Wednesday (9:00 and 11:00 PM) and Saturday at 7:00 PM. All times Eastern.

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Maybe the other only Sharknado fan is no longer with us but I'm still here.
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It's on SyFy twice on Wednesday (9:00 and 11:00 PM) and Saturday at 7:00 PM. All times Eastern.

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Times posted for Sharknado 2. Drink!
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I suppose you've all seen "Under the Skin" by now but I'm a cheapskate and waited for it to arrive at Redbox. Really a different film, more sci-fi than horror but quite different.
I watched Under the Skin last night and I'm still not sure what I saw. I spent the first five minutes trying to figure out if my AVR was self-destructing or if the audio was supposed to sound like that. It's painfully slow but for some reason I couldn't look away. I agree it is quite different.
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Caught a Wolf Creek last night. It's good but I liked two better. It's got more Mick.
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I love Sharknado!!!!! We need all the Sharknado fans back, this is bs losing goood people on this forum and in this great thread.

But back to Sharknado, its so campy and so well-done for its campiness (is that a word?) that while normally i hate movies like this, i think Sharknado was fantastic fun to watch!! I just hope they can keep up the "high standards" or is it "low standards" in the second one!!!!

Seriously, i normally do not like horror that is either campy, hokey, or part of the horror/comedy genre, i take my horror very seriously and want the goriest most horrific stuff i can find, but something about Sharknado just struck me right, i totally love watching it!! I hope i can get to see it before i leave on vacation, but if not, what a present it will be for me when i come back!
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Lol. The other was very piggish, and an early adopter and proponent of Sharknado.

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I love Sharknado!!!!! We need all the Sharknado fans back, this is bs losing goood people on this forum and in this great thread.

But back to Sharknado, its so campy and so well-done for its campiness (is that a word?) that while normally i hate movies like this, i think Sharknado was fantastic fun to watch!! I just hope they can keep up the "high standards" or is it "low standards" in the second one!!!!

Seriously, i normally do not like horror that is either campy, hokey, or part of the horror/comedy genre, i take my horror very seriously and want the goriest most horrific stuff i can find, but something about Sharknado just struck me right, i totally love watching it!! I hope i can get to see it before i leave on vacation, but if not, what a present it will be for me when i come back!
Still have not seen the first. I wonder if the 2nd will make bluray by October? If so, I could see saving both for a change of pace in October.

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Seriously, i normally do not like horror that is either campy, hokey, or part of the horror/comedy genre, i take my horror very seriously and want the goriest most horrific stuff i can find...
I like horror and I like comedy, and I like horror/comedy if it makes me laugh. I won't discount a comedy just because it's horror themed. Young Frankenstein, Zombieland, Tucker & Dale, Scary Movie and Shaun of the Dead are some of my favorites.
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I like horror and I like comedy, and I like horror/comedy if it makes me laugh. I won't discount a comedy just because it's horror themed. Young Frankenstein, Zombieland, Tucker & Dale, Scary Movie and Shaun of the Dead are some of my favorites.
Tucker and Dale is pretty awesome and gore filled.
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Watched Skinwalker Ranch. Not bad but liked Alien Abduction more.

By the way, The Babadook is getting rave reviews.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_babadook/
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Watched Skinwalker Ranch. Not bad but liked Alien Abduction more.

By the way, The Babadook is getting rave reviews.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_babadook/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2321549/

This actually looks pretty decent. Slow cooker for sure but I like what I see. Looks like IFC Midnight acquired it for domestic release. No real dates yet just a few random screenings like the Philadelphia Film Festival, Friday 8th August & 8 & Saturday 9th. I read an interview with the director that speculated a domestic release in October. She also said:

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Watched Skinwalker Ranch. Not bad but liked Alien Abduction more.

By the way, The Babadook is getting rave reviews.

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This actually looks pretty decent. Slow cooker for sure but I like what I see. Looks like IFC Midnight acquired it for domestic release. No real dates yet just a few random screenings like the Philadelphia Film Festival, Friday 8th August & 8 & Saturday 9th. I read an interview with the director that speculated a domestic release in October. She also said:
Aussie flic. Right now I feel better about foreign horror than U.S.
Theirs seems to consistently have more of an edge to it.
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Aussie flic. Right now I feel better about foreign horror than U.S.
Theirs seems to consistently have more of an edge to it.
Yep. I think much of that is the cultural differences displayed and the alien yet familiar environments. For years, here in the States, horror has lived in the suburbs but not many have ever seen the French analog so it is just familiar enough and that helps keep the edge.

Another possible draw is the accents or subtitles. They usually demand that you do not second screen and actually listen what is being said which leads to actually watching the movie.
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Aussie flic. Right now I feel better about foreign horror than U.S.
Theirs seems to consistently have more of an edge to it.
There aren't too many Aussie horror flicks that I have seen and did not like.

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Yep. I think much of that is the cultural differences displayed and the alien yet familiar environments. For years, here in the States, horror has lived in the suburbs but not many have ever seen the French analog so it is just familiar enough and that helps keep the edge.

Another possible draw is the accents or subtitles. They usually demand that you do not second screen and actually listen what is being said which leads to actually watching the movie.
It the US there is too much business school formulation when it comes to media content. They have "scientific studies" to decide what will make a movie successful. Good thing that Mary Shelley and Bram Stoker didn't have that to deal with but publishers were still hard to contend with in their time.
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Yep. I think much of that is the cultural differences displayed and the alien yet familiar environments. For years, here in the States, horror has lived in the suburbs but not many have ever seen the French analog so it is just familiar enough and that helps keep the edge.

Another possible draw is the accents or subtitles. They usually demand that you do not second screen and actually listen what is being said which leads to actually watching the movie.
I usually dig the cultural differences. They are not as repressed as we are.

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I don't think I have seen Rogue. Radha Mitchell. I'm in!

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It the US there is too much business school formulation when it comes to media content. They have "scientific studies" to decide what will make a movie successful. Good thing that Mary Shelley and Bram Stoker didn't have that to deal with but publishers were still hard to contend with in their time.
Granted, early 1800's most people's lives IS a horror story as far as I am concerned, compared to today.

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I agree these days foreign horror movies are a little bit further down the rabbit hole than our stuff.

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In America you can't talk about the rabbit hole anymore.
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