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Website Content / Re: Episode #28 | Fight-Evil.com
« Last post by Chucky on July 01, 2020, 08:56:42 AM »
The guy that played the bad guy in it did a post on Facebook recently about how his doctors are giving him about 6 months to live, if I recall correctly. I don't remember what the illness was.

Welp, that was quick. Seems he died just now.
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Horror Talk / Re: Best Movie In a Horror Series
« Last post by Chucky on July 01, 2020, 12:05:46 AM »
Friday the 13th series
Jason X is probably the most enjoyable to me. Though part 4 is right there with it... thank you, Crispin Glover.

Halloween series
Halloween 6 is my favourite. I find Michael to be the most frightening and relentless in this movie.

A Nightmare on Elm Street series
The original. Listen to the podcast to find out what I like about it. [*finger*]

Saw series
Probably the original but it has been a while since I saw the others. I remember somewhat enjoying part 4, but that might have been thanks to the song that X Japan did for the movie.

Scream series
The original. Listen to the podcast to find out what I like about it. [*finger*]

Alien series
Aliens, it's a consistently entertaining thrill-ride. Game over man, game over.

Predator series
The original. Can't beat Ahnuld, gargh.

Phantasm series
This is a series I've never full given my attention to and I don't think I've properly watched more than half of them. I did watch part 5 a few days ago... but the only other one I can say that I have properly watched is the original movie, which is decent, but not great.

Evil Dead series
Army of Darkness, which is kind of hard to say because it's the least horror of all of them and it is somewhat of a medieval movie... outside of 'Your Highness', I've never been fond of medieval movies. I guess the comedy is its saving grace. But I still wouldn't rate any higher than a 7/10.

Child's Play series
The original, but the second movie is right there with it.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre series
I guess the original... or maybe the 2003 remake. Not sure. Will need to watch the others again.

Hellraiser series
The original, but the second is fine enough too.

Final Destination series
I honestly couldn't say. But probably one of the first three movies.

Paranormal Activity series
If I had to choose, I would say the original. But this is definitely the least enjoyable series of all on the list.
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Horror Talk / Re: Best Movie In a Horror Series
« Last post by Jigsaw on June 30, 2020, 06:09:14 AM »
This is actually an interesting topic. Shame I saw it only seven years late.  [*hehehmm*]


Friday The 13th - Long thought that the fourth one (The Final Chapter) was the best. The second is pretty good, but I think the fourth is just all around the most solid.


Halloween - The original is an easy 10/10, so despite some great sequels (the second and fourth), have to go with the first one.


A Nightmare On Elm Street - The first movie, though the third film (Dream Warriors) is a very solid contender.


Saw - The first movie, pretty easily.


Scream - The first movie, another easy one. Scream 4 was pretty decent also, though.


Alien - Always been a proponent of Aliens being the best. After finally seeing the third and fourth movie, I can pretty much confirm Aliens as my favorite.


Predator - Have to go with the first movie, though it's worth noting I've not seen the 2018 movie.


Phantasm - Phantasm II is pretty good, but the first movie has an unbeatable atmosphere, so the first, definitely.


Evil Dead - Never been a big fan of this series. Have to go with the second one.


Child's Play - I have a three-way split between the first, second, and Curse of Chucky. I give each one an 8.5/10. Guess I'll go with the first, since it started it all.


The Texas Chainsaw Massacre - I'm an odd duck, and I find Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III the most enjoyable. It should be noted I've not seen the Next Generation, but I highly doubt that'd usurp my love for the third movie.


Hellraiser - The first movie, though Hellbound: Hellraiser II is a very solid sequel.


Final Destination - Final Destination 5 is my favorite Final Destination movie. After the fifth, I'd probably go the first movie.


Paranormal Activity - Only seen two of these so far, and they're abominable.
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Horror Talk / Night School (1981)
« Last post by Jigsaw on June 30, 2020, 05:53:22 AM »
While the kills are occasionally decent in this one, for the most part, I find Night School an underwhelming movie. It's perhaps worth a single watch, but I have a hard time imagining this one becoming anyone's new favorite.

What are your thoughts on this slasher?


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Horror Talk / Triangle (2009)
« Last post by Jigsaw on June 30, 2020, 05:44:06 AM »
When is a circle an oval? Triangle.

If you were in a loop and told you could break the loop by yourself (who obviously hasn't broken the loop, since you're still in the loop), how would that make any logical sense at all?

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Horror Talk / Vampyre Nation (2012)
« Last post by Jigsaw on June 30, 2020, 05:34:13 AM »
Though this film does possess really awful special effects at times, I found the story interesting enough (from a political standpoint) to continually engage me. There weren't many great characters, and the route is somewhat generic, but it's a movie I certainly don't regret watching, even it falls below average.

What thoughts have you on this vampire film?

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Horror Talk / Re: Dry Blood (2017)
« Last post by Chucky on June 28, 2020, 12:41:39 AM »
Fixed
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Horror Talk / Re: Dry Blood (2017)
« Last post by Jigsaw on June 27, 2020, 08:52:19 AM »
Just noticed that this one doesn't seem to be under "D" on the movie list, which you may know, but thought I'd mention it.  [*hibaby*]
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Website Content / Re: Episode #28 | Fight-Evil.com
« Last post by Jigsaw on June 25, 2020, 02:08:01 PM »
Intruder (1989)

not talked about very much but a great horror film

I'll throw that on my list I have Chucky choose from. Can't promise he'll pick it, but I love that movie too, and it's a good choice.
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Website Content / Re: Episode #28 | Fight-Evil.com
« Last post by Chucky on June 24, 2020, 10:47:28 PM »
The guy that played the bad guy in it did a post on Facebook recently about how his doctors are giving him about 6 months to live, if I recall correctly. I don't remember what the illness was.
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