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  1. I liked the movie for Spielberg's skills as an action director. It had a kinetic feel that he brought over from Tintin. All the book does is whine. What did you guys think of that really trippy sex scene with Joi and Mariette
  2. That sounds more like a Fred Dekker line than a Shane Black line.
  3. I thought it was better than I expected. I initially anticipated generic sequel BS that redoes everything from the first, so I was happy to see they didn't do that.
  4. @Right Said Brett Have you seen Blade Runner 2049
  5. Indeed sir. The last charge of Wyatt Earp and his immortals.
  6. Why Johnny Ringo, you look like someone just walked over your grave
  7. No you gotta say it more like
  8. Here's one guy I could never quite come to love or hate: Dario Argento
  9. If you're referencing that slasher movie I wrote a while back, then yeah, it's up there. Texas Chainsaw 2 is pretty good in it's own right. Salems Lot is one of the most underappreciated and dare I say best adapatations of a Stephen King novel ever made, and I like the campiness of Eaten Alive, the unabashed B movie that is Invaders From Mars, and Lifeforce with it's naked soul sucking alien lady.
  10. The movie is shot wonderfully. I just think Carpenter's done better work.
  11. I have a soft spot for The Hills Have Eyes and The Serpent and the Rainbow. And Scream's opening is better than the rest of the movie. A lot of my respect for Craven is for him only ever making the movies that he wanted to make. How about Tobe Hooper?
  12. The Double Fine Group Of Doubly Fine Writings

    What do you guys think about body horror
  13. The Fog may not exactly be on the same level as pinnacles of cinema like The Thing, Halloween and Escape From New York, but it is a very well crafted and atmospheric ghost story, made even better by that score. Christine is good, too, but again, not as good as his other stuff. Vampires, Ghosts Of Mars and Escape From L.A. are better off not talked about. The Ward was pretty meh. How do you feel about They Live?