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Mar 20 16 5:56 PM
Mora wrote:Geez, pretty much everything. When a film of potential interest comes along and I watch the darn thing, invariably I'm disappointed. But of particular note: WOLF CREEK, and the crap that so-called "director" Rob Zombie cooks up.
Oh, and ain't seen it, have absolutely no plans to do so, but THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE and its followups. Heard enough about this crap to have no interest in subjecting myself to it, they.
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"There are far worst things awaiting man than death"--Dracula
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Mar 29 16 5:37 PM
Carl Eyesnheart wrote:The NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET remake was ridiculous. I would have to say that THE FOG remake was even worse, though.
NATURALISTIC! UNCANNY! MARVELOUS!
Mar 29 16 5:52 PM
Carl Eyesnheart wrote:I have a friend who loves the Human Centipede films, although he then goes on about how nasty and vile they are. But he loves them. I just can't understand why anybody would want to watch something like that. The sad thing is, when horror fans start saying "why would you want to see something like THAT!?!" you know it is pretty much without any redeeming value.
Mar 30 16 1:19 PM
Apr 5 16 8:51 PM
rvoyttbots wrote:All the Romero zombie sequels. Stop already!
Totally agree with I AM LEGEND. Lousy CGI goons.
WATCHMEN - Wow, I couldn`t have cared less about this batch of supergeeks
Apr 9 16 1:03 AM
Sep 9 16 1:55 AM
Starmans Cotton Crammed Tights wrote:I thought the mad doctor in the first The Human Centipede was one of the greatest mad doctors/scientists in the entire horror film genre. He's as crazy as a sh_t-house rat, exactly like he's suppose to be, and his rational for doing what he does is quite believable. The film has a strange, unsettling realism about it because it removes itself from any kind of scientific mysticism we saw with Frankenstein, for example. He's just a completely nuts world-renowned surgeon that specialized in separating conjoined twins and now he just can't stop doing it in private, but in a way that is polar opposite of his public achievements. He's putting back the pieces of his flesh puzzle, having spent a life of taking them apart. I didn't bother with any of the sequels because it seems they just degenerate into utter grotesquerie for sheer grotesquerie's sake, or even porn, indeed, even using actual pornstars in Part 3. But the first one is on the edge of brilliance with a valid and very memorable horror film antagonist, played magnificently by a veteran german actor.
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