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Forums Index -> Dread Central Cinema -> Watch Thread: Special Highlander Edition - Aug 3rd
Lunablix
PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2007 1:30 am  Reply with quote
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I love when he takes the car with the lady in it. Laughing
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LivingDeadPunk
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Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
The scene in the alley where the Kurgan (Clancy Brown) beheads Kastagir (Hugh Quarshie) and then stabs the Vietnam vet, followed by the explosion, was filmed in an alley in England even though it was set in New York. The director was reluctant to set off the explosion in the alley because the windows were full of Victorian glass, but he was given permission to do so because that particular site was going to be destroyed in a few months anyway.
What happened to the glass?
It was melted and made into a collectible set of Highlander shot glasses. I have every one ever produced.
Do they say Highlander on them?
Nah. That'd just be tacky. They look like regular shot glasses. I can sell you the whole set for only $5,000.00 I'll even make you... I mean, they come with a certificate of authenticity.
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Scary Girl
PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2007 1:31 am  Reply with quote



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Gory wrote:
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Gory wrote:
I think LDP is slightly ahead of me in the movie.
I think your version has a scene or two that mine doesn't. Like when he recues Rachel during WW2.
Oh. I didn't know there were different versions. Embarassed

Neither did I. Goon
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Gory
PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2007 1:31 am  Reply with quote



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Lunablix wrote:
I love when he takes the car with the lady in it. Laughing
Laughing
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LivingDeadPunk
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You two disappoint me.
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Scary Girl
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
The scene in the alley where the Kurgan (Clancy Brown) beheads Kastagir (Hugh Quarshie) and then stabs the Vietnam vet, followed by the explosion, was filmed in an alley in England even though it was set in New York. The director was reluctant to set off the explosion in the alley because the windows were full of Victorian glass, but he was given permission to do so because that particular site was going to be destroyed in a few months anyway.
What happened to the glass?
It was melted and made into a collectible set of Highlander shot glasses. I have every one ever produced.
Do they say Highlander on them?
Nah. That'd just be tacky. They look like regular shot glasses. I can sell you the whole set for only $5,000.00 I'll even make you... I mean, they come with a certificate of authenticity.

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Gory
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
The scene in the alley where the Kurgan (Clancy Brown) beheads Kastagir (Hugh Quarshie) and then stabs the Vietnam vet, followed by the explosion, was filmed in an alley in England even though it was set in New York. The director was reluctant to set off the explosion in the alley because the windows were full of Victorian glass, but he was given permission to do so because that particular site was going to be destroyed in a few months anyway.
What happened to the glass?
It was melted and made into a collectible set of Highlander shot glasses. I have every one ever produced.
Do they say Highlander on them?
Nah. That'd just be tacky. They look like regular shot glasses. I can sell you the whole set for only $5,000.00 I'll even make you... I mean, they come with a certificate of authenticity.
Awesome!!!! I'll take it!!! Will you accept an out of state third party check?
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LivingDeadPunk
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The church scene involving Kurgan (Clancy Brown) was filmed at night time with the permission of the priests in charge. Still, Brown's lines were ad-libbed and were reportedly considered so sacrilegious that the priests off-camera were making the sign of the cross as he said them.

The priest in the church scene was actually an orthodox rabbi.
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Scary Girl
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
You two disappoint me.


Embarassed


Ok, supposedly there are only two left now.
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Gory
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
You two disappoint me.
What are you watching that has the different version?
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Gory
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
The church scene involving Kurgan (Clancy Brown) was filmed at night time with the permission of the priests in charge. Still, Brown's lines were ad-libbed and were reportedly considered so sacrilegious that the priests off-camera were making the sign of the cross as he said them.

The priest in the church scene was actually an orthodox rabbi.
It's a great looking church.
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LivingDeadPunk
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Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
The scene in the alley where the Kurgan (Clancy Brown) beheads Kastagir (Hugh Quarshie) and then stabs the Vietnam vet, followed by the explosion, was filmed in an alley in England even though it was set in New York. The director was reluctant to set off the explosion in the alley because the windows were full of Victorian glass, but he was given permission to do so because that particular site was going to be destroyed in a few months anyway.
What happened to the glass?
It was melted and made into a collectible set of Highlander shot glasses. I have every one ever produced.
Do they say Highlander on them?
Nah. That'd just be tacky. They look like regular shot glasses. I can sell you the whole set for only $5,000.00 I'll even make you... I mean, they come with a certificate of authenticity.
Awesome!!!! I'll take it!!! Will you accept an out of state third party check?
No, but paypal is ok.
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Gory
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Now all I can think of are the priests off camera. Laughing
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LivingDeadPunk
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Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
You two disappoint me.
What are you watching that has the different version?
An old, old VHS. It's the original theatrical version, I believe.

Your DVD did have the WW2 flashback, right? I know they put that in foreign versions of the movie and in the Immortal Edition DVD.
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
The church scene involving Kurgan (Clancy Brown) was filmed at night time with the permission of the priests in charge. Still, Brown's lines were ad-libbed and were reportedly considered so sacrilegious that the priests off-camera were making the sign of the cross as he said them.

The priest in the church scene was actually an orthodox rabbi.

I didn't appreciate the dialog much myself. Wink


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