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  1. neilold

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    I can recommend sundown: the vampire in retreat. This is probably one of my favourite horror movies, that DEFINITELY should be a lot more well known and adored than it is. Very funny and with a good cast to. Plus its got Deborah foreman in, who i've got a very hard spot for. The director directed 'waxwork' to, which is also awesome.

    I also love number 64, simply for its cover, though having seen it a few times, its definitely one more for the men than the ladies
     
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    Sounds bad, but I've only ever seen one of those (and have it on DVD), the rest I've never even heard of.
     
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    well that's the idea, to try something new. You'll definitely enjoy sundown: vampire in retreat, and also waxwork if you haven't seen it
     
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    I wonder if anyone can guess which one it is I've seen and have the DVD of.
     
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    Death ship, or food of the gods, there the ones most well known, or maybe the incredible melting man
     
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    It could be any of those films, and I'd never heard of any of them prior to following that link. I'll just randomly guess at Hobgoblins because I like the title.
     
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    Nope.
     
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    Only 99 more possibilities then. This could take a long time.
     
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    Was I right?
     
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    I had never heard of most of those on the first page. But 'Watchers' looks/sounds familiar.

    Is it Watchers? And if so, is that Corey Haim on the cover?
     
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    Nope - not Watchers.

    I'll give you 5 guesses, and then I'll reveal it. It wouldn't be fair to make you go through all of the list.
     
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    Assassin
    Scream bloody murder
    The beast within

    Trying the most popular and well known
     
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    Nope
    Nope
    Nope
     
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    The first one should have read ssssss, not assassin, stupid auto correct
     
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    Yay! It was Ssssss! :-D
     
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    lol. Great film, the bloke out of battlestar galactica and the A-team if I remember rightly. Its quite a fun little story, with the snake transformation quite fun in its cheap absurdity. I also remember the doctor in it, trying to change men into snakes, for some 'bizzare reason!' being overtly crazy and o.t.t
     
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    I actually remember you mentioning it before now, when I did a film review on it on here some years ago. I love that kinda creature feature movie, from that specific period especially, have you seen the last shark or food of the gods, or frogs? They're great, best of all is the 1975 movie 'bug' that is awesome and I can recommend it thoroughly
     
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    Dirk Benedict and Strother Martin..! :nod:
    It is a good movie, though for some reason it wasn't released on region 2, so I had to buy it on region 1 - good job I have a multiregion dvd player.
     

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