Halloween run up

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  1. neilold

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    Not sure why you put up a 'the haunting' pic, but that's a good movie. Have you seen the changeling?

    That and the haunting are considered to be the best two haunted house movies ever by a lot of fans
     
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    I've never seen this version, but I liked the 1999 American remake, which almost everyone else in the world hated (17% on Rotten Tomatoes). My only excuse is that I just have a soft spot for haunted house movies.
     
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    I posted the trailer for the Haunting because I wanted to point out "this one" instead of the re-make. Was another list topper from the other forum. Have only seen "this" one.
     
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    I like a good haunted house story too, too bad there are so few "good" ones. This older version is very good if you get the chance to see it. I didn't know until about 15 minutes ago that the Haunting was based on the same novel as "The House On Haunted Hill".
     
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    Haunted house movies and supernatural horrors are the two types of horror i don't actually like. I also approve of one of my replies being in your sig!
     
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    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1456940/

    hope this comes out some day. tom savini as dirlewanger! That's gotta be worth a watch, and a cast that includes schnaas and bradley, hope this doesn't stay in limbo forever, though it very much looks like its gonna do:-(
     
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    get watching wolf creek you. I've seen 4 on a meathook, a long time ago, was attracted by the title, from what I remember it didn't live up to it. not seen asylum of satan, sounds suitably daft though. have you seen the bed that eats, 19777? I've not seen it for years and it's many peoples favourite good/bad movie ever, so it's deffo worth a watch. Have you seen 'I drink your blood', that's my favourite good/bad movie ever, and one of my favourite movies ever, its basically made for you to shout at your tv to!
     
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    for bad movies try

    frankesnstein island
    hobgoblins
    the bat people
    trog
    night of the blody apes
    deathstalker

    for starters

    try Richard Harrison 1980s ninja movies to, there were loads of them, and they were all bad
     
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    for the ultimate, try time of the apes. Its an eighties planet of the apes Japanese made cash in. My god, its just soooooooo bad, people randomly swap locations, monkeys wear sweat bands, budget restrictions ensured some apes wear tennis shoes instead of ape feet, mouths down move, scenery crashes. and everybody talks in exposition. It's the sort of film mystery science threatre would turn down for being way too bad, and it demands watching
     
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    You seem to protest against liberal men quite a bit.
     
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    Less emojis more film watching
     
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