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Ladies and gentlemen I give to you THE BEST werewolf movie since AAWIL. No joke. The trailer doesn't do it justice.
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Lobos De Arga (2011)
FEATURE, FILM REVIEWS — BY KEVIN MATTHEWS ON APRIL 2, 2012 AT 8:00 AM
AKA Game Of Werewolves (IMDb) AKA Attack Of The Werewolves (UK release title).
There’s no point in beating about the bush with a movie like this. It’s the best werewolf movie to have been released in years and it’s one of the best comedy horrors that I’ve had the pleasure of seeing with no advance word of mouth. Lobos De Arga is THAT good. There are very few films that I wholeheartedly recommend without reservation but I tell you now . . . . . . . if you don’t see this film and immediately love it then I’m not sure we will ever have a shared opinion on anything ever again. It’s one of those movies that you end up silently using as a measure of your friends (oh you know that you browse the shelves and use every movie and CD that you see to judge, don’t try and deny it).
The story centres on a 100 year old curse of lycanthropy that has affected a small Spanish village. Tomas (Gorka Otxoa) is blissfully unaware of this as he heads home to be honoured by the villagers after his modest writing success. Well, VERY modest writing success. Or Very modest writing work. Unfortunately for Tomas, all of the villagers will do whatever it takes to get rid of the curse and that may not bode well for Tomas. He has his lovely, loyal dog named Vito to keep him company while he tries to find out just what will happen when he’s honoured. There’s also his estranged friend Calixto (Carlos Areces) being a bit cagey while the main plotline starts to unfold.
It would be a lazy, lazy reviewer indeed who would try to sum up this movie just by calling it Shaun Of The Dead with werewolves. So I’ll try to bite my tongue. Yet the comparison is warranted for a number of reasons. There are pretty perfect performances from absolutely everyone involved (Otxoa, Areces and Secun de la Rosa), a script full of wit and energy, a number of affectionate references to the horror genre classics of the past and some fantastic running gags. Throw in a canine performance to rival that of Uggie in The Artist and there’s nothing here to dislike.
Writer/director Juan Martinez Moreno deserves major kudos for creating an instant modern classic that blends horror, comedy, great practical effects and elements of almost every notable werewolf “type” from over the years – yes, this covers the classic Universal style easily but also touches base, inevitably, with An American Werewolf In London (my favourite werewolf movie of all time and one of my favourite movies, period) and even feels like a step along from the great Dog Soldiers. I always think it’s slightly insulting to call someone “the new *insert name here*” so rather than try to convey how fantastic the talent on display here is by referring to Juan Martinez Moreno as the new John Landis or Joe Dante or Fred Dekker I shall simply say that Juan Martinez Moreno will please MANY horror fans by simply being Juan Martinez Moreno. Trust me, that’s the only name you need to remember. I cannot wait to see this released to a wider audience and I cannot wait to see what Mr. Moreno has lined up for audiences with his next movie.
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I rate this 3 Zombies.

How about this one? tongue.gif



We got to the zombie walk waaaaaaay to late this year. Missed our chance to take pics of all the good costumes. So pissed! General Kenobi there were 2 guys there that had pro grade zombie masks like that chopper one you posted. They look awesome in person and the price reflects it. eek.gif Me and the lady made a last minute change and went as Dead Dora & Diego instead.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/31363514@N00/sets/72157617069591246/

Loving everyone's posts!

Darth you are killing it dude! Can't wait for Exit Humanity & Phenomena.
post #3063 of 9814
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Ghost Ship (2002)

What a nice surprise! This maritime massacre contains one of the most epic opening death scenes in a horror movie. Heck it might be might favorite opening since Orson Welles’ masterpiece Touch of Evil. It's just that good! The pacing was perfect and the action never really let up. Some good jumps and kills plus the innards of the ship looked very convincing. The chick from E.R. did a decent job of carrying the movie and who can forget the man we all want to be: Karl Urban. Dude is the Brad Pitt of genre flicks. This guy hasn’t made a bad movie yet! So yeah, Ghost Ship I'm sorry I doubted you all these years. 4 zombies

Triangle (2009)

Thursday night I continued with the boat theme and got stuck on Triangle. This was my second viewing of this wonderful mindf*ck and it still had a strong impact on my brain. Melissa George could be the most underrated actress out there. Her skills always have the viewer empathizing with the character and she makes us care. Autism plays a huge role in the theme of this movie and its patterns here. It could be the main driver as to why she’s stuck in this hell of constantly recreating and repeating the same sequence. One day I’ll have to sit down and pick Triangle apart during a third viewing. 5 zombies

The Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954)

Saturday’s Creature Feature was The Creature from the Black Lagoon. I thought all the Universal Monster movies were supposed to be great? Man this stunk like rotten fish. Haven’t seen Creature since PHL-17 played it in 3-D back in the 80’s. My parents made it a huge event with the glasses from 7-Eleven and a huge bowl of popcorn and treats. Back then this movie was a big inspiration for my love of horror and monster movies but now the only thing that holds up is the Creature costume. That was some amazing rubber work for 1954! Other than that it’s a total snoozer. Must be the reason they play those annoying horns every time the monster is about to attack – TO WAKE PEOPLE UP! 2 zombies
post #3064 of 9814
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Originally Posted by darthrsg View Post

Ladies and gentlemen I give to you THE BEST werewolf movie since AAWIL. No joke. The trailer doesn't do it justice.

Wow, that is a bold statement! I'll be checking this out for sure, thanks!!!
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How about this one? tongue.gif

We got to the zombie walk waaaaaaay to late this year. Missed our chance to take pics of all the good costumes. So pissed! General Kenobi there were 2 guys there that had pro grade zombie masks like that chopper one you posted. They look awesome in person and the price reflects it. eek.gif Me and the lady made a last minute change and went as Dead Dora & Diego instead.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/31363514@N00/sets/72157617069591246/
Loving everyone's posts!
Darth you are killing it dude! Can't wait for Exit Humanity & Phenomena.

Damn, great pic man... dead dora LOL! Yeah those SPFX masks are like $1k... and I'm sure it shows.

You have not even begun to scratch the surface of Triangle. That movie is has so much depth, subtle meanings, layers, etc. it is just unreal. People talk about Prometheus being "deep" rolleyes.gif Triangle makes it look like a paint by numbers. This was posted a while back but take a minute and read it and you will be floored at what is really going on in Triangle. The first spoiler is just my summary and the second is the details, I strongly recommend taking a look... very insightful and illuminating.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
The short version is Jess is dead. She killed her son, went out on the Triangle which capsized causing the death of everyone on board except Heather, which is why she is not in any of the repeats on the ship. Jess is doomed to the same fate as Sisyphus, repeating events over and over thinking that some way she can save her son and undo her fate. She has no passage to the next world as indicated by the cab driver who states "I'm just a driver" and later when he drops her off "I'll leave the meter running". He is like the ferryman to the next world. A better, more thorough breakdown is below... enjoy!
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Original Jess murdered Tommy in her home(we fill in the details of this gruesome scene... does she put HIM in the duffle bag?), then drove to the yacht, which capsized and they all died, except for Heather(who actually survived and that's why she disappears after that point, I thought this was an interesting twist). Here, they enter Jess' Tartarus, or personalized hell. They get on the ship, friends die, and the next group boards, yada, yada, until 3 "Tank Top Jesses" exist, and that's when the alternating pattern sets in.

They get into a pattern of 1 "masked Jess" dying on the ship and 2 making it back for a chance to save her son(including the Jess we are watching).

So the real looping pattern in her Tartarus is(depending on where you start from): 1) "Tank Top Jess" from ship intervenes and stops "sun dress Jess" from killing Tommy, Drives toward yacht, crashes in car and he dies again anyway. Next "masked Jess" falls off ship and returns home. 2) returning "Tank Top Jess" from ship intervenes and stops the next "sun dress Jess" from killing Tommy, Drives toward yacht, crashes in car and he dies again anyway. Next "masked Jess" gets killed by axe, and doesn't make it back to intervene.3) Without intervention by "Tank Top Jess", "sun dress Jess" murders Tommy, changes into tank top and jean shorts, because she gets blood on the dress, drives to harbor and gets on yacht. This is how the keys get on the ship. Next "masked Jess" falls off ship and returns. She can never fully get rid of her mean self.

An interesting note regarding Mean Jess: If the loops all begin at home(This is where all the Jesses spawn from) and continue to eventually form the looping pattern we see, The Jess we are watching is really one of "sun dress jesses" from the end of the movie. She truly is killing herself, and not just a version of herself. She is guilty of the same murder, because that would have been how it all started for her too, before the loops began.

Support for this explanation:

Tartarus fits: Her particular Tartarus, or personalized hell, would be fitting to the crime. Jess killed her son for a second chance, at freedom(the birds that follow her), a better life, etc. originally. So, kill Tommy to escape the burden of him, kill everyone to get back to Tommy, endlessly. The violent nature of the Tartarus suggests the violent nature of how she should have earned this Tartarus in the first place. The different sides of her personality continually battle over these two desires, and oddly, both conclusions take her to the harbor over and over again. Victor says about Sisyphus, "That's a pretty sh*@! punishment, what did he do?" We're supposed to ask, this is a pretty sh*@! punishment, What did Jess Do?

Referencing 237: 237 is her house number. This is a construct from the real world that is projected into her Tartarus. It's a tribute to room 237 in the movie "The Shining", about a father going crazy, and attempting to murder his wife and son(also a repeating story, where the father kills/attempts to kill his family). 237 was a room they were never supposed to enter and the heart of the evil in the hotel. So, coincidentally, she not only enters room 237 several times, but lives there, too.

Losing it: When "Tank Top Jess" goes back and sees "sun dress Jess" at her home(at the end of the movie), "Tank Top Jess" appears unnerved and ashamed, deep foreboding music starts, she knows something horrible is about to happen(murder). The paint spills because the boy sees "Tank Top Jess", then ringing the doorbell buys her time when "sun dress Jess" would have lost it and killed her son. You can see "sun dress Jess" really losing it at this point. With this extra time, "Tank Top Jess" runs to the shed, grabs a hammer and bashes in "sun dress Jess" head, without hesitation.

The Sun Dress: At the beginning of the movie, Jess is in the sun dress and ready to go. "Tank Top Jess" startles the boy and he spills the paint. "sun dress Jess" cleans it up, and gets "blue paint" on the dress, so, we have to assume she would have changed into the jean shorts and white tank top that we see her wearing in all the loops. Since only 2 of the 3 "Tank Top Jesses" make it back to the beginning, Tommy wouldn't have spilled Paint in one of the loops, and wouldn't have intervention from "Tank Top Jess". So, 1 of the 3 instances would be "Sun dress Jess" boarding the ship. What would have caused her to change the sun dress in absence of the spilled blue paint? She murders Tommy(likely in a messy way that required her to change her clothes, either through the murder itself or the cleanup). We also see Tommy pointing at the messy blood on the window, and at the scene at home, and says, "Blood!" at the end as another clue for us.

The car keys: If she always got in the car crash, from the first cycle, where do the car keys come from on the ship? They would assuredly be left in the ignition of the crashed upside down car by the 'spirit Jess'. 1 of 3 Jesses murder Tommy and drive to the harbor. This is how the keys are re-introduced on the ship. By watching the pattern, they are dropped by "Tank Top Jess" ahead of our Jess(coincidentally "mean jess"), Picked up then dropped by our Jess, Picked up by next "Tank top Jess", then the pattern changes slightly, so she doesn't drop them. It's not revealed where the keys go after this, but it's not important after that. "spirit Jesses" arrive by taxi, after the car accident, so they don't have keys.

The Seagull: The seagull is interesting bird as a symbol in "Triangle". It's a bird, so it's a symbol of freedom, yet at it's core, it's a scavenger. The seagull "follows" her throughout this journey. Pay attention to how she "interacts" with the seagull as "Triangle" progresses. She starts with a pleasant smile as she looks up at the first one while in the yard. Then, neutral on the yacht, on the ship she's looks a little annoyed by the squawking of the next one, Then, the seagulls start to "feed on the remains" of her friends, finally She kills the seagull with her car. So, the clue: Her desire for freedom was ultimately intertwined with death.

Rotting food: The food rots to remind us that even if there was no violence(perhaps the original cycle), or she tried to somehow stop the violence, the friends would all starve, and die anyway. It's a fail safe to assure the loop continues, but I believe the chosen path of violence is a reveal about what she did to get into the Tartarus, something bloody and violent. Same thing that got her in is the same thing that gets her out, rinse, repeat cycle.

Into the... Grayness?: Two points in the movie go to a sort of gray hued effect. The car crash and the overturned yacht. Depending on the version of Jess you're following, one of these two points are crucial in terms of where they "die". Since original Jess was clearly not influenced by the copy jesses, she would have originally died in the overturned yacht.

Toy boat in the pool: A red herring to question whether the overturned yacht is a manifestation from reality.

The Clock/Watch: 8:17 points to a realistic time that they would have reached the point of the car crash originally, and died. The second hand is not moving on the watch when she compares it to the clock, the clocks on the ship never change. It DOES NOT make sense as the time of his death at home, in fact, there is a clock shown over the head of "freaking out sun dress Jess" at her home that reads 7:15(this tells us time itself isn't stopped in her Tartarus). When Jess is packing the bag at home, granted this is "Tank top Jess", the watch still reads 8:17. With the connections to "The Shining", and a movie THIS clever with twists within twists, I believe that the clock/watch connection is a construct from the real world... like her house number being the room number, the song playing on the phonograph and the drum coming from the marching band en route to the ship. I think her watch had broken/died, maybe days before, and it ended up manifesting itself on the ship. I think this is a HUGE red herring, a tribute to "the shining" when Danny draws Jack into the maze and backtracks out in his own footprints. The clock is Chris Smith's way of drawing us all into his maze only to get lost(and we clearly have fun in the process).

More on Time:
8:30 Jess arrives at harbor, Victor replies you're running late.
9:00 Introductions and setting sail.
9:00-11:00 "you've been sleeping for a couple hours" that's if she falls asleep almost immediately.
11-11:30 wind died down, storm hits...
11:30-1:30 going from soaked and overboard to bone dry and waiting for a ship.
1:30-2:00 Ship shows up, they walk around and end up in the Ballroom...
Yet on the ship, "what time you got"... "11:30" WTF???
If time is telling us anything, it's the time of their original time of death 11:30, on the yacht. Since it would be assumed, the ship was the same manifestation from the first instance, her watch is broken/dead on 8:17, and being projected into the ship like the drum and her house number. 8:17 is a huge red herring.

So last night I watched

Jeepers Creepers - 3 1/2 Zombies
Solid monster movie, terrible transfer on bluray. This one is a lot of fun and I really enjoyed the premis and idea behind the Creeper. Looking forward to the 3rd one which should connect well with the original.

Triangle - 5 Zombies
Wizzack and I must have been on the same page last night. Triangle is a grade A top tier mind fawk. Psychological horror at its best IMO. Melissa George is simply brilliant and the writer/director of this film is seriously under appreciated. For anyone that thinks Inception and Prometheus were deep you need to see this (and Mulholland Dr.) for some contrast. By far the most disturbing scene in the film: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by darthrsg View Post

Ladies and gentlemen I give to you THE BEST werewolf movie since AAWIL. No joke. The trailer doesn't do it justice.
WOW, what a trailer!

I can't find it for sale anywhere....frown.gif
post #3066 of 9814
I say best werewolf movie since AAWIL due to comedy and practical effects. That said, I'm no Underworld fan and their style of wolf. Lobos de Arga clearly lives in style of The Howling and AAWIL which is the best for me. I'm having trouble remembering any better werewolf flicks and I think it's because there aren't any. You guys should really dig it.

I forget if I mentioned it or not but it's on HBO proper and their online/vod services.
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WOW, what a trailer!
I can't find it for sale anywhere....frown.gif

It's got some aliases I saw. Attack of the Werewolves and Game of Werewolves. Saw a UK release date of October 8.
post #3068 of 9814
Love the zombie biting the head of Dora, you did great dude.

I took the time today inbetween watching the F1 auto race and the upcoming Yankee game to watch a horror movie, sent my wife to the hospital by herself today, she needed some time to talk to her brother about some stuff in private anyway.

I watched ZOMBIE.

This was a FIRST TIME WATCH for me.

And surprise, it was about .......Zombies!!!!!

For me, its a good campy zombie movie, plenty of gore, some neat stuff in this movie. For any zombie fan, if you havent seen this, you should.

This is where doing actual ratings becomes tough. I was gonna give it 3 Zombies, then i thought, did i enjoy this as much as the other movies i have rated at 3 Zombies, and the answer was just not quite, so i will give this 2-3/4 Zombies. Still, worthwhile seeing for sure.

MOVIES WATCHED OCTOBER 2012:

01- The Butcher - 3 Zombies
02- Zombie Diaries 2 (World of the Dead) - 1/2 Zombie
03- Inferno of Torture - 1-1/2 Zombies
04- The Woman - 3 Zombies
05- Zombie - 2-3/4 Zombies
Edited by yankeeman - 10/7/12 at 3:06pm
post #3069 of 9814
Game of Werewolves had a decent write-up in Horrorhound magazine a few months ago, can't wait to see if the movie delivers!
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Game of Werewolves had a decent write-up in Horrorhound magazine a few months ago, can't wait to see if the movie delivers!
HBO has it Oct. 19 at 11:30 AM.smile.gif
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BTW, there is a R2 BD available thru Amazon.
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Thread Starter 
Kenobi thanks for the Triangle post. Lots of good points and clues picked up on! Why are movies like this so far a few between? Oh and I agree on your screenshot - it was bone chilling both times I saw it.

Yankeeman popped his Fulci cherry? Nice!

Hoping I can snag a free month and check out that werewolf movie. Better than Dog Soldiers even? I'm sold.
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Yankeeman popped his Fulci cherry? Nice!

Yeah, in fact now i am thinking i should have rated it higher, but i guess once i set a rating i am not gonna second-guess myself and change it.
post #3074 of 9814
After hearing about it for so long I finally bit the bullet and watched The Human Centipede this weekend. While it was disturbing I was left asking myself what the big deal was. Yeah, it's a sick concept but I can see it happening and that small foot in reality is what makes it terrifying. We can't be scared of something that we don't believe could happen. I guess I was expecting much more though. Then I noticed that Human Centipede 2 was available on Netflix so I went ahead and took that one in as well. This movie took it to another level and I did like that is was shot in black and white. The character of Martin was just beyond creepy. The imagery here was much more graphic and just the biggest train wreck of a movie I have ever seen. Not a classic, not thought provoking, not well acted unless you count the muted Martin which was sufficiently disturbing. This and the first movie are simply shock value and the sort of thing that you watch to satisfy your curiousity more than anything else. My wife would never have sat through either of these much less a double feature so I took advantage of the fact that she was busy to see what all the fuss was about. Yuck...
post #3075 of 9814
7. Seconds Apart (first-time viewing)
Fans of "evil twins" movies should check this one out. Beatle-haircutted twins Seth and Jonah have a psychic talent for making other people see, feel and do whatever they want them to, kind of like virtual reality without a conscience. Orlando Jones (remember him?) plays a burn-scarred cop who is convinced they have something to do with the recent spate of suicides at a local Catholic high school. The twins have their own evil agenda, but things get complicated when one of them falls in love with the new girl, played by the delectable Samantha Droke. This is an After Dark Original (i.e., straight to video) film, a production company that probably has more misses than hits, so I was surprised this one wasn't all that bad. Sure, there were a few plot holes and a lot is left unexplained, but it was kind of fun to watch.

Bob's October 2012 Horror Movie List
FTV denotes first time viewing
1. The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) (FTV)
2. Santa Sangre (FTV)
3. Seance On A Wet Afternoon (FTV)
4. Martyrs (FTV)
5. I Saw the Devil (FTV)
6. The Loved Ones (FTV)
7. Seconds Apart (FTV)

Edited by Bob McLaughlin - 10/8/12 at 7:09am
post #3076 of 9814
dropzone, i have seen both Centipede movies, i am gonna watch 2 later this month. I really liked 1, didnt like 2 on my first watch, but looking back i was harsh on it, i really want to see it again.

Anyway, just watched:

DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK.

This was a FIRST TIME WATCH for me, and certainly a last time watch.

With a name like that, i expected a hokey B campy movie, but this was just a piece of crap all the way.

I am being generous by giving it a 1/2-Zombie rating.

MOVIES WATCHED OCTOBER 2012:

01- The Butcher - 3 Zombies
02- Zombie Diaries 2 (World of the Dead) - 1/2 Zombie
03- Inferno of Torture - 1-1/2 Zombies
04- The Woman - 3 Zombies
05- Zombie - 2-3/4 Zombies
06- Dead Hooker In A Trunk - 1/2 Zombies
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dropzone, i have seen both Centipede movies, i am gonna watch 2 later this month. I really liked 1, didnt like 2 on my first watch, but looking back i was harsh on it, i really want to see it again.
Anyway, just watched:
DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK.
This was a FIRST TIME WATCH for me, and certainly a last time watch.
With a name like that, i expected a hokey B campy movie, but this was just a piece of crap all the way.
I am being generous by giving it a 1/2-Zombie rating.
MOVIES WATCHED OCTOBER 2012:
01- The Butcher - 3 Zombies
02- Zombie Diaries 2 (World of the Dead) - 1/2 Zombie
03- Inferno of Torture - 1-1/2 Zombies
04- The Woman - 3 Zombies
05- Zombie - 2-3/4 Zombies
06- Dead Hooker In A Trunk - 1/2 Zombies


DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK.

Winner of best title if nothing else. biggrin.gif
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DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK.
Winner of best title if nothing else. biggrin.gif

Thats why i watched it, the title got to me!!!!!!!!
post #3079 of 9814
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Originally Posted by yankeeman View Post

dropzone, i have seen both Centipede movies, i am gonna watch 2 later this month. I really liked 1, didnt like 2 on my first watch, but looking back i was harsh on it, i really want to see it again.

Anyway, just watched:

DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK.

This was a FIRST TIME WATCH for me, and certainly a last time watch.

With a name like that, i expected a hokey B campy movie, but this was just a piece of crap all the way.

I am being generous by giving it a 1/2-Zombie rating.

MOVIES WATCHED OCTOBER 2012:

01- The Butcher - 3 Zombies
02- Zombie Diaries 2 (World of the Dead) - 1/2 Zombie
03- Inferno of Torture - 1-1/2 Zombies
04- The Woman - 3 Zombies
05- Zombie - 2-3/4 Zombies
06- Dead Hooker In A Trunk - 1/2 Zombies
LOL! I'd give it 1/2 zombie just for the title! smile.gif

larry
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I took the time today in between watching the F1 auto race
Are you aware of this thread?
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1324312/2012-f1-in-hdtv/510#post_22470200
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23- I Spit On Your Grave. I love a tale of vengeance but hate watching what got her to that point. Some say this movie was evolutionary for the genre and I can see that. Netflix Instant
24- Triangle. It's been covered here and I can't add anything to it. Absolutely mind bending. Netflix Instant
25- The Omen. Great flick that pulls conspiracy and religion together with politics very nicely and causes instant distrust in anyone named Damien. Netflix Instant
26- Deadheads. Sentient zombies go on a road trip to find a lost love. Not perfect but still entertaining in the sea of zombie dreck we're getting lately. Netflix Instant
27- The Messengers. Really good haunted house mystery where the CGI doesn't get in the way too much. Similar in tone to the Amityville films. Crackle
28- Messengers 2: The Scarecrow. Not sure why this exists but I'm glad Norman Reedus got paid for it. Crackle
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Are you aware of this thread?
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1324312/2012-f1-in-hdtv/510#post_22470200

I wasnt aware of that Oink, thanks a bunch, i just subscribed to it, i am a monster F1 fan!!!!!!!!! Thanks again.

Ha, i used the word MONSTER in this thread without realizing it when i typed it, fitting i guess.
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Exit Humanity - 4 Zombies
Just when you think there are no ideas left in the zombie genre something like this comes along. The story is crafted and executed so well it could almost be placed in the drama category. I know this movie has already been covered by a couple others so I wont repeat or rehash but I will say this is the most refreshing zombie flick I've sen since Pontypool, highly recommended!
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I wasnt aware of that Oink, thanks a bunch, i just subscribed to it, i am a monster F1 fan!!!!!!!!! Thanks again.
Ha, i used the word MONSTER in this thread without realizing it when i typed it, fitting i guess.
Welcome aboard, fellow MONSTER F1 fan.smile.gif
post #3085 of 9814
I still have to see "Exit Humanity", always love a decent zombie flick, even with today's over-flooded zombie market!
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Exit Humanity - 4 Zombies
Just when you think there are no ideas left in the zombie genre something like this comes along. The story is crafted and executed so well it could almost be placed in the drama category. I know this movie has already been covered by a couple others so I wont repeat or rehash but I will say this is the most refreshing zombie flick I've sen since Pontypool, highly recommended!
Glad I'm not alone in liking it. I need to watch Pontypool.
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Originally Posted by dropzone7 View Post

DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK.
Winner of best title if nothing else. biggrin.gif

+1 eek.gif


For anyone that likes movie poster art Alex Pardee did a top 25 Painted posters list. All horror.

http://www.juxtapoz.com/Gallery/top-list/top-25-painted-posters/paintedposters24-41907#top-25-pp
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Glad I'm not alone in liking it. I need to watch Pontypool.
You haven't seen it? Oh man, you need to add that in this month. Probably the most original zombie film concept I've seen and was just brilliant in the execution.

Tonight I have Antichrist and The Lovely Molly... must be Mindfawk Monday!
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Originally Posted by General Kenobi View Post

You haven't seen it? Oh man, you need to add that in this month. Probably the most original zombie film concept I've seen and was just brilliant in the execution.
Tonight I have Antichrist and The Lovely Molly... must be Mindfawk Monday!

Agreed about Pontypool, Darth. A must see.

GK, sounds like a good night. Antichrist is awesome. Funny, but I plan to watch Lovely Molly tonight as well (provided that Blockbuster has it available)
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Looking for a suggestion for tonight. I will watch anything once but my wife is not into the torture horror or anything where animals are hurt or killed. She loves The Exorcist, The Shining, Paranormal Activity, Friday the 13th, that type of thing. I have streaming access to Netflix and Amazon Prime videos, also Netflix disc plan if it's something I should put in the queue for later.
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