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Horror Talk / Don't Deliver Us from Evil (1971)
« Last post by Jigsaw on October 19, 2018, 05:35:52 PM »
Despite some great performances from the two main actresses and a really solid ending, this slow-burn was just a bit too aimless for me to truly care for. While it might be a more effective film should you be religious, this French movie just wasn't something I'd go out of my way to see again.

What are your thoughts on this 70's French flick?

Horror Talk / Demon Warrior (1988)
« Last post by Jigsaw on October 17, 2018, 09:45:27 AM »
This cheesy demonic slasher might carry with it some charm, but there's far too high a drama:horror ratio. The kills were okay, but a bit uninspired. The ending, though, was cheese galore. Still, this isn't really a film that I'd go out of my way to see again.

What did you think about this late 80's horror flick?

Other Movies / 2019: After the Fall of New York (1983)
« Last post by Jigsaw on October 17, 2018, 09:36:09 AM »
Want a fun Italian romp, complete with ass-kicking dwarfs, cyborgs, damn good gore, and action scenes galore? Look no further - this movie delivers. A very solid movie, I can't imagine any horror fan watching this and being disappointed.

Have you seen this fun Italian flick?

Horror Talk / Stickman (2017)
« Last post by Jigsaw on October 14, 2018, 11:58:16 AM »
While not dripping in creativity, and with some obvious flaws, Stickman still stands out as one of SyFy's better films. I think if you're the more forgiving type, you could get some enjoyment out of this. I'd just recommend not going in with expectations too high.

What are your thoughts on this horror flick?

Horror Talk / Encounter with the Unknown (1972)
« Last post by Jigsaw on October 14, 2018, 12:35:56 AM »
Encounter with the Unknown is a low budget anthology with no gore, jump scares, or nudity. A family friendly, yet fun film, this movie can be a bit of a treat if you like the low-key vibe of 70's horror. Not sure if I'm alone in this, but I think this regional film was one worth watching.

What are your thoughts on this 70's anthology flick?

Horror Talk / Re: Mandy (2018)
« Last post by Dorkus on October 12, 2018, 09:24:03 PM »
I've heard of this one, mostly through the Cheddar Goblin thing that's become a small meme. Sonds interesting.
Horror Talk / Mandy (2018)
« Last post by Chucky on October 12, 2018, 10:39:30 AM »
Mandy is a movie not like many others. It has a very dreamy (and eventually nightmarish) aura about it, and in a way it can come across as being a little pretentious with its drawn out, artistically shot scenes that may not have been completely necessary in the grand scheme of things. It starts off slow, which felt like it went on a bit longer than it should have before turning into a violent ride in the latter stages.

What are your thoughts on Mandy?

Video Games / Re: Friday the 13th: The Game
« Last post by Chucky on October 10, 2018, 12:52:51 PM »
I see there has been some recent movement in that lawsuit...

But anyhoo, I finally picked up this game as the new Slasher Edition on PS4 which has all the previous DLC. It's a pretty fun game, despite it's rather repetitive nature. They've done a lot of good things with it. Definitely recommended for any people who play games that are either Friday the 13th fans or slasher fans in general.
Horror Talk / Don't Go in the Woods (2010)
« Last post by Jigsaw on October 09, 2018, 06:57:06 AM »
I doubt that this film would appeal to most horror fans, due to the fact it's more a musical than a horror film. Which I thought was interesting, despite it not being done particularly well. And that plot twist was ridiculously obvious. Still, I think Don't Go in the Woods has some charm, and while I might be the only one who sees it, there you go.

Have you any thoughts on this horror-musical hybrid?

Horror Talk / Murder by the Clock (1931)
« Last post by Jigsaw on October 07, 2018, 12:07:02 AM »
While I didn't love Murder by the Clock as much as I did when I last saw it, I still think it's a pretty overlooked classic, undeservingly so. There's a fun story, pretty good gothic atmosphere, and solid performances throughout. As a fan of 30's horror, you have a lot to look forward in this movie, despite it not necessarily being a film that will blow you away.

What are your thoughts on this classic?

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