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What ELSE (other than KUNG FU) has everyone been watching?

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Anybody seen Fright Night? This was on the other night and it was a damn good horror comedy about a teenager that has a vampire move in next door, check it out if you get the chance. I wish they would show the Jeff Goldblum version of The Fly between now and Halloween on cable, used to love that gross out movie and haven't seen it in a long time!

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On 10/13/2019 at 5:09 PM, Secret Executioner said:

Today's (unpleasant) horror watch - Lucio Fulci's The New York Ripper (Italy, 1982)

 

I remember getting this one on DVD a decade ago and it was gross with those slasher scenes and that raunchy "toe" sex scene. Definitely fits the bill when you're in the mood for trashy exploitive entertainment though I found it offputting too.😎

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@CT KID  Yeah, that scene with the latinos made me REALLY uncomfortable - I think I mentionned it in my review. and I guess being even more offputting than the very brutal and gory murders occuring in the movie is kind of an impressive feat.

 

Tonight's viewing - a pre-The Room Greg "Mark" Sestero movie called Retro Puppet Master (USA, 1999)

 

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On 10/23/2019 at 11:04 PM, CT KID said:

Anybody seen Fright Night? This was on the other night and it was a damn good horror comedy about a teenager that has a vampire move in next door, check it out if you get the chance. I wish they would show the Jeff Goldblum version of The Fly between now and Halloween on cable, used to love that gross out movie and haven't seen it in a long time!

The original 80s one is a great film if that's the one you mean.

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18 hours ago, Graeme Of Death said:

The original 80s one is a great film if that's the one you mean.

Yeah that's the one, I didn't even know it had been remade!

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Devil's Junction: Handy Dandy's Revenge. I saw the film last Friday with the film's official release set for today. The film revolves around a former TV station that becomes a house of horrors when a group of college-age kids go in as the dad of one of them has bought it and plans to turn in into condos. The TV show shot there, a 1960s era children's show called the Handy Dandy and Mr. Jolly Show, was also a crime scene with supposed child killings that ended when Mr. Jolly committed suicide. However, Jolly isn't dead but is actually a black magic wizard hellbent on revenge and brings to life Handy Dandy and his puppets to begin killing the kids one by one. It can be more seen as a homage to the slasher/ghost movies with the typical characters and kills.

Bill Oberst Jr. is great as Mr. Jolly and Bill "Chop-Top/Otis" Moseley makes the most of his screen time as the father of one of the kids, who has a more hidden agenda in buying the building. Oberst actually commented on my review of the film and it made my day!

https://worldfilmgeek.com/2019/11/01/devils-junction-handy-dandys-revenge-2019/

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Knives Out and Black Christmas- didnt even particularly want to see either of these but have been in situations where I had to kill a couple hours and catching a flick didnt seem like a bad idea. IP Man 4 and Star Wars Rise of Skywalker where you at? lol

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