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Re: HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY WEEKEND! (reply)
Happy 4th everyone!!!!!!!!!!
Birthdays and Holidays

pringly

07/04/15 1:52 PM
Re: Canada Day (reply)
Happy Canuck Day!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Birthdays and Holidays

pringly

07/04/15 1:49 PM
Re: What exactly is it with "Frankenstein: The True Story"? (reply)
amanaplan1 wrote:I never found Whiting's character to be particularly likeable, Sarrazin's Creature to be physically attractive in any sense, and while I Iove James Mason, "Polly-dolly" has no business being here. And any straight man...
'70s Horror and Sci-Fi

pringly

07/04/15 3:52 AM
Re: What exactly is it with "Frankenstein: The True Story"? (reply)
I remember seeing this in my early teens; not on its initial release, but later as a two parter on the CBS late movie in the late 70's, I believe. Like most of you guys, I loved it as a kid and was somewhat let down upon my first adult...
'70s Horror and Sci-Fi

pringly

07/03/15 6:44 PM
Re: Eeriest Sound in a Horror Film (reply)
For screams, I'd go with Charles Laughton's at the end of Island of Lost Souls and as far as sound tracks, I'd have to go with the incredibly eerie one in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. In particular the high pitched screeching noise that...
General Horror and Sci-Fi

pringly

06/28/15 12:30 AM
Re: YOUR FAVORITE MOVIE DINOSAURS (reply)
My two favorites dinos are from One Million Years BC: The Ceratosaurus and Allosaurus. Besides them looking and acting great, I always loved the sound of the Allosaurus, not so much the Ceratosaurus though; they should have altered his...
General Horror and Sci-Fi

pringly

06/28/15 12:07 AM
Re: LOGAN'S RUN (1976) (reply)
ryanbrennan wrote: If the city of domes was truly meant to be underground then there is a huge problem.  What we see in the movie are a number of buildings, several at least ten storeys high, spread out over thousands of acres.  Where...
'70s Horror and Sci-Fi

pringly

06/26/15 12:50 AM
Re: LOGAN'S RUN (1976) (reply)
I believe the domes were above ground. Here's a picture (correct me if I'm wrong) of the city's destruction.Looks outside to me.Thanks for the heads up Noetic.
'70s Horror and Sci-Fi

pringly

06/25/15 1:04 AM
Re: Film Composer James Horner (reply)
I love the score for Star Trek II. I don't think it would be the movie it is with out it, which in my opinion is the best of the Star Trek sagas. Rest in peace sir.
Final Farewells

pringly

06/24/15 2:54 AM
Re: THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (1974) (reply)
Rakshasa wrote:I bought the latest anniversary Blu-ray (40th Anniversary) and was blown away by the film this past Halloween. I hadn't seen it since I was in high school so I really didn't remember too many details other than that it was...
'70s Horror and Sci-Fi

pringly

06/24/15 2:09 AM
Re: Kirk Kerkorian, the man who destroyed MGM (reply)
I believe there is a slight resemblance.
Final Farewells

pringly

06/17/15 1:32 AM
Re: New old guy (reply)
Welcome to the board, and no, I'll have some roast beef please.
Welcome to the CHFB

pringly

06/15/15 11:23 PM
Re: They Could Have Been Horror Stars... (reply)
I always thought Richard Boone could have definitely found a great niche in the genre. He had such a sleezy, slimy feel that he could have brought to dozens of villain roles.
Horror Film Stars

pringly

06/14/15 1:11 AM
Re: Christopher Lee (reply)
mmarquee wrote:pringly wrote:Great Story Tom. That was one of the reasons I shied away from him during the Fanex convention. I believe anyone who wanted to see him had to buy a book, which was a complete turn off. I had a much better...
Final Farewells

pringly

06/13/15 9:05 PM
Re: Happy Birthday to FourColorFan (reply)
Happy Birthday 4C!!!!!!!
Birthdays and Holidays

pringly

06/13/15 2:49 PM
Re: Christopher Lee (reply)
Great Story Tom. That was one of the reasons I shied away from him during the Fanex convention. I believe anyone who wanted to see him had to buy a book, which was a complete turn off. I had a much better time at Fanex talking in a small...
Final Farewells

pringly

06/13/15 12:22 AM
Re: Christopher Lee (reply)
pulp novelties wrote:I think the end to Lee's era, but by no means the end to Lee or his work was signaled by JAWS and couple years later HALLOWEEN. Once the blockbuster had arrived there didn't seem to be room for moderately budgeted,...
Final Farewells

pringly

06/12/15 11:37 PM
Re: Christopher Lee (reply)
TomWeaver999 wrote:<< before I'd pay that amount of money for ANY actor's autograph I'd reserve a room at a mental institution! << I have no idea how many items he autographed for the guy who paid him $1200. Maybe 1200! And I...
Final Farewells

pringly

06/12/15 11:25 PM
Re: Best of Christopher Lee?? (reply)
Horror Hotel Hercules in the Haunted World The Wicker Man The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism The Whip and the Body To tell you the truth, I always enjoyed his villain performances as opposed to heroic ones which is why, even though I like...
Horror Film Stars

pringly

06/11/15 11:16 PM
Re: Christopher Lee (reply)
I just saw this on the BBC; what a depressing way to start your day. Truly, this is an end of an age. Thanks Mr. Lee and gods speed.
Final Farewells

pringly

06/11/15 1:01 PM