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Gory
PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 3:50 am  Reply with quote



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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
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Dep. Winston reminds me of the inept Crystal Lake cops.
Like the one that warned them about Crazy Ralph.
He warns them about Ralph, but doesn't mention the fact that EVERYONE IS GOING TO BE MURDERED!
I did but no one listens to me.
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LivingDeadPunk
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The original killer dog was so old and tired that all of his scenes had to be re-shot with a new dog. With no time or money to find a replacement, the producers cast a real police attack dog that was so vicious and unpredictable no actors could appear with it on camera. The crew would hide behind trucks during its scenes, and cameras were operated by remote control.
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LivingDeadPunk
PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 3:51 am  Reply with quote



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Gory wrote:
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Being a disgusting-o-phobe, as I am, this movie freaks me out. The idea of there being little infectious pieces of gore everywhere... Ugh.
That's why we all need to go to a cabin for a weekend. To conquer our phobias.
I'll just hang on to my phobias, thanks.
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Gory
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
The original killer dog was so old and tired that all of his scenes had to be re-shot with a new dog. With no time or money to find a replacement, the producers cast a real police attack dog that was so vicious and unpredictable no actors could appear with it on camera. The crew would hide behind trucks during its scenes, and cameras were operated by remote control.
At least it wasn't a chimp.
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ImTheMoon
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Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Being a disgusting-o-phobe, as I am, this movie freaks me out. The idea of there being little infectious pieces of gore everywhere... Ugh.
That's why we all need to go to a cabin for a weekend. To conquer our phobias.


I've seen a movie with that exact plot
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Gory
PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 3:52 am  Reply with quote



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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Being a disgusting-o-phobe, as I am, this movie freaks me out. The idea of there being little infectious pieces of gore everywhere... Ugh.
That's why we all need to go to a cabin for a weekend. To conquer our phobias.
I'll just hang on to my phobias, thanks.
I can't go by myself. EXPOSED!
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Gory
PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 3:53 am  Reply with quote



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ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Being a disgusting-o-phobe, as I am, this movie freaks me out. The idea of there being little infectious pieces of gore everywhere... Ugh.
That's why we all need to go to a cabin for a weekend. To conquer our phobias.


I've seen a movie with that exact plot
Like the smoker's story in Cat's Eye?
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LivingDeadPunk
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One thing I like about this movie is that it explores one of the things that, in my opinion, makes zombie movies and shows like Lost work. It examines how people react and deal with dangerous situations when they don't have the trappings of civilization around to do everything for them.

AND FUCK! This fingerbang scene is disturbing!
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Gory
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Is this scene a sort of homage to Creepshow 2 when the guy is feeling up the chick on the raft?
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ImTheMoon
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Gory wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Being a disgusting-o-phobe, as I am, this movie freaks me out. The idea of there being little infectious pieces of gore everywhere... Ugh.
That's why we all need to go to a cabin for a weekend. To conquer our phobias.


I've seen a movie with that exact plot
Like the smoker's story in Cat's Eye?



oh man I can't remember the name of the movie, it's a sequel and there's a life sized wooden man killing people and there's a messed up christmas village
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Gory wrote:
Is this scene a sort of homage to Creepshow 2 when the guy is feeling up the chick on the raft?
I've never thought of it as such, but it may well be, especially considering that those same two characters were lying together on the raft out in the lake earlier in the movie.
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LivingDeadPunk
PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 3:58 am  Reply with quote



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ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Being a disgusting-o-phobe, as I am, this movie freaks me out. The idea of there being little infectious pieces of gore everywhere... Ugh.
That's why we all need to go to a cabin for a weekend. To conquer our phobias.


I've seen a movie with that exact plot
Like the smoker's story in Cat's Eye?



oh man I can't remember the name of the movie, it's a sequel and there's a life sized wooden man killing people and there's a messed up christmas village
The Fear?
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Gory
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
One thing I like about this movie is that it explores one of the things that, in my opinion, makes zombie movies and shows like Lost work. It examines how people react and deal with dangerous situations when they don't have the trappings of civilization around to do everything for them.

AND FUCK! This fingerbang scene is disturbing!
Fingerbang?

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LivingDeadPunk
PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 3:59 am  Reply with quote



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Gory wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
One thing I like about this movie is that it explores one of the things that, in my opinion, makes zombie movies and shows like Lost work. It examines how people react and deal with dangerous situations when they don't have the trappings of civilization around to do everything for them.

AND FUCK! This fingerbang scene is disturbing!
Fingerbang?

I wanna be in a boy band.
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Gory
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
Is this scene a sort of homage to Creepshow 2 when the guy is feeling up the chick on the raft?
I've never thought of it as such, but it may well be, especially considering that those same two characters were lying together on the raft out in the lake earlier in the movie.
Just seems like it since both guys are feeling up the chick while she's sleeping. Even the reaction is similar. And then the horror hits.
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