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Discussion in 'THE AIGBURTH ARMS' started by neilold, Feb 6, 2018.
Not Alistair, but Victor. There's a new hatchet film out, so catch it that hatchet
Now catch it, damn your eyes
The first short story I ever wrote was about an axe murderer . Just re-watched Friday the 13th (2009) a few nights ago, liked it better than any of them actually.
I didn't think much of that reboot. I used to love the original Friday the 14th movies - though I haven't seen any of them in a long time.
Who is this Crowley person?
Horror dude. Makeup looks kinda cheesy but the movie look s decent. A comedy/horror it seems. I'll be looking for it.
I take it you haven't seen any if the hatchet movies then bluey? I advise you remedy that sharply
The reboot is ok. Certainly not the worst reboot I've seen. It has enough mangling in it to please most of us Jason fans, it's not as good as some of the originals though
No, the worst reboot I ever saw was Nightmare on Elm Street. I was actually surprised by how much I liked the Friday reboot tbh. But then, I haven't seen any of the originals since they came out either. They were movies that seeing once was enough for me. I had forgotten I even HAD the Friday reboot if you want to know the truth but figured I'd watch it before deleting it. I'm keeping it now .
I'd not even heard of them before this thread, Neil. I'll give them a watch if and when they appear on TV.
They probably won't appear on TV, if they do it'll be on one of the non mainstream channels. Some of them have being on the horror channel already. Despite my yellings, I would recommend you watch hatchet one or two above 3, or this one. This one has come in for some rightful condemnation.
The nightmare on elm Street reboot was Oscar material compared to the fog reboot, or the prom night reboot. Also the wicker man remake is not just one of the worst films ever, it's one of the worst things ever.
pert of the reason some of us Brits particularly hate the wicker man is because it is such an iconic British film, that many of us brit horror fans are very proud of, we sort of claim the empirical peak position of hatred for the remake! there are a number of British films that I would claim to be proud of. Including
the long good Friday
most of the early hammer work
the ipcress files
the Italian job
this is England
and quite a lot I want nothing to do with!
a well detailed and consistent point made out there ant. I can see why I'm accused of not thoroughly explaining myself now
poor ant!! We torment him as much as he torments us!!!!
Was it polemicly sent?
What does than mean?????
Mr Crowley, Black Sabbath song. Line: "Was it polemicly sent? I wanna know what what it meant? I wanna know, I wanna know what it meant? Yeah."
Dear Agony Ant
Today someone wrote the most boring horror thread of all time. What can we do to make it stop?