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Discussion in 'RC' started by J., Jan 11, 2004.
Just rewatched the 1994 Alec Baldwin Shadow movie. Still as deliciously surreal and awesome as it was all those years ago.
13 Hours was pretty fucking good
Hard to believe Michael Bay directed it
Recently purchased 2001: A Space Odyssey and The 7th Voyage Of Sinbad.
The former I haven't seen in over 15 years, I remember liking it but maybe not quite having the patience to truly appreciate it.
Considering these days my very favourite films are titles like The Ten Commandments, Ben-Hur and the like I think I can now give it the chance it deserves.
Arthur C. Clarke is a great writer to boot.
The Invitation - excellent
He is shit.
Never seen that, but I went to bed last night watching The Golden Voyage of Sinbad. I've got to re-watch this when I get the chance.
That's a good one too. I'm a massive fan of Ray's work.
Greatest ever film, period.
I love the pencil snapping scene, so fucking funny. I miss really good horror with comedy elements.
Yeah. The last decent horror comedy I can remember seeing was Slither.
That's the same for me too, that movie fucking ruled. Did you see Undead, the Australian zombie comedy?
Actually I need to find out whether the new Tremors sucks balls or not, it still has Burt in it so I'm curious.
Nah, need to check it out. I probably won't like it though - zombie movies for me only work if they're treated with deadly seriousness. There's nothing funny about zombies, they'll eat your fucking brains.
Bullshit, zombies are inherently funny!
Return Of The Living Dead is one of the best examples, besides in many ways The Re-Animator is a zombie film.
Well yeah I guess, kinda. Zombie film says to me post-apocalyptic survival scenario though. But yeah Return of the Living Dead was awesome.
Still nothing has chilled my blood like the utterly humourless 28 Days Later did the first time I saw it.
Post-apocalyptic zombie films are very far and few between though. The Walking Dead has done a lot to completely ruin that genre vehicle in my opinion.
28 Days Later is chilling though, I agree 100%.
Yeah, I think zombies are suffering a lot from overexposure. When films like this start getting made, it's a clear sign they ought to give it a break for a while:
Hahaha. That film is a massive pile of shit.
Reminds me of the European film Night Of The Living Dorks, not bad but definitely the beginning of stupid teen zombie cinema.
^the above film indicated the end of zombies as I know it. Someone's always got to ruin things. To be fair, the ultimate blame belongs to the Walking Dead television soap opera.