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Forums Index -> Dread Central Cinema -> WATCH THREAD: March 9 - Dawn of the Dead 2004
LivingDeadPunk
PostPosted: Sat Mar 10, 2007 3:12 am  Reply with quote



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I think I'd have punched her for breaking in before I tried ro help the little hoodlum.
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pooflingerus
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I'm here, just in time for zombie girl, hurray!
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BlackFlagg
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talk about an overbite....




what?
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DotdLover
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Gory wrote:
Sarah Polley is Canadian.



The extent of my marvelous trivia. Laughing


Amateur.... Rolling Eyes Laughing

Some of the video clips in the opening credits were actual stock news footage, such as the scene of a truck driving into a crowd of people.

Make-up designer David Leroy Anderson scoured forensic books and crime scene photos for ideas on how best to convey death and decay.

Different colors of blood were used for zombies in different stages of decomposition: red for the recently dead, a browner version for the ones that have been dead for a few weeks; and a blacker, oilier version for the ones that have been dead for a considerable period of time.
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Gory
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I like the CG fires in the distance.
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LivingDeadPunk
PostPosted: Sat Mar 10, 2007 3:16 am  Reply with quote



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Sarah Pollet was in Go with Scott Wolf. He was in party of five with Jennifer Love Hewitt. She was in I know What You Did Last Summer with Sarah Michelle Gellar, who was in Scooby Doo. James Gunn directed that and he wrote this, bringing us full circle.

Now ask me if this had a point.
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Gory
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I remember that, I think USA, showed the first 10 minutes which was everything up until she rams into the tree. I was so against this movie until I saw that 10 minutes and then I was like, "I have to see this."

And then I was a hypocrite. Laughing
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DSZ
PostPosted: Sat Mar 10, 2007 3:17 am  Reply with quote



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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Sarah Pollet was in Go with Scott Wolf. He was in party of five with Jennifer Love Hewitt. She was in I know What You Did Last Summer with Sarah Michelle Gellar, who was in Scooby Doo. James Gunn directed that and he wrote this, bringing us full circle.

Now ask me if this had a point.



That's okay - we know you didn't. Razz
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pooflingerus
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and that's why you don't open someone's door during zombie apocalypse Laughing
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BlackFlagg
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love the opening credits, I cheered when The Man Comes Around started when I saw it at the theater, needless to say I was the only one who did, heh
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Gory
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Sarah Pollet was in Go with Scott Wolf. He was in party of five with Jennifer Love Hewitt. She was in I know What You Did Last Summer with Sarah Michelle Gellar, who was in Scooby Doo. James Gunn directed that and he wrote this, bringing us full circle.

Now ask me if this had a point.
James Gunn wrote Scooby-Doo but did not direct direct it. You should have known that. I'm going to have to tell him you didn't know. Shame on you
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LivingDeadPunk
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DSZ wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Sarah Pollet was in Go with Scott Wolf. He was in party of five with Jennifer Love Hewitt. She was in I know What You Did Last Summer with Sarah Michelle Gellar, who was in Scooby Doo. James Gunn directed that and he wrote this, bringing us full circle.

Now ask me if this had a point.



That's okay - we know you didn't. Razz


The day I need a point to say something is the day I hang up my posting hat.
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pooflingerus
PostPosted: Sat Mar 10, 2007 3:19 am  Reply with quote



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Gory wrote:
I remember that, I think USA, showed the first 10 minutes which was everything up until she rams into the tree. I was so against this movie until I saw that 10 minutes and then I was like, "I have to see this."

And then I was a hypocrite. Laughing


see don't go being a remake hater until ya watch it, then you can hate as much as possible.......depending on if you're right.
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BlackFlagg
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In an aerial scene in the first 10 minutes when Ana is driving down a highway, a truck can be seen crashing into a gas station/diner. This is a reference to Night of the Living Dead (1968), as Ben mentions he was listening to a radio in a truck in a diner parking lot when a truck crashed into the gas pumps.
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Gory
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Zack Snyder also directed the just released '300'.



I be rockin' the trivia tonight! Rock!
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