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  posted on 11/10/2002 at 09:27 PM
Ok, Freddy was a child molester that was burned alive.
Jason was a sexually molested, mentally retarded, near drowned boy that lived alone in the woods for a while then saw his mother get beheaded before going on his rampage and comming back as a zombie.
Pumpkinhead and the Wishmaster were both demons.
The only one that I don't know why he was a killer is Micheal Meyers. I think that if I knew why, then this damn movie would make some sense.(Halloween 5 I believe...)

 

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  posted on 12/10/2002 at 12:52 AM
It's the classic "bad seed" syndrome...just born bad or crazy.
Pretty simple. I think the movies that scare me the most are movies about just plain old straight up evil little kids. Not as enticing as demons, perverts, or traumatised victims, but hold their own in their own right.

 

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  posted on 12/10/2002 at 03:38 PM
I'm a bit perplexed about something and maybe you guys can help me figure this out...
Freddy went to Hell and they killed Jason in Jason 9 or whatever, how the hell do they keep coming back!?
And think that Jason X is worth a rental? Iím more inclined to pick up the uncut version of Dead Alive.

 

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  posted on 12/10/2002 at 07:42 PM
According to the novelization of the movie Halloween (which was either written by or approved through John Carpenter if memory serves... Christ, it's probably been close to twenty years since I read the damned thing!) Michael Myers was posessed by the spirit of a deformed 9th century Saxon named Enda. Enda was spurned by the woman he loved, so he murdered she and the man she was betrothed to. The villagers burned him. The woman he loved was reincarnated as Michael Myers' sister, so Enda possessed little Mikey to continue his revenge against lovers everywhere.

Hope that helps makes some sense of it all.

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  posted on 12/10/2002 at 08:37 PM
oo! Cool I didn't know that!

I don't know how the hell jason voorhees keeps coming back...fucking jason in SPACE? I mean COME ON.

 

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  posted on 12/10/2002 at 10:02 PM
M, you read Steven King's It? If so, coul you explain to me what It is? I STILL can't find my brother's copy of the damn book and have only saw the movie on the Sci-Fi channel.

Jason in Space. I'm sorry, that movie seems like "it's so bad it's good."

 

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  posted on 13/10/2002 at 12:08 AM
The reason why Freddy comes back is explained in Wes Cravens new Nightmare. Rent it, it is a good one. Much better than any of the other nightmare movies.
As for there being almost no continuity in the Friday movies, that would be due to the fact that there are two companies that made them. The first 4 or 5 were made by one company, and they basicly follow one story line with one picking up where the last left off. After that, the other company takes over and you get shit like Jason takes Manhattan. Now, I must admit that Jason Takes Manhattan is still worth seeing, it's not really the best one out there.
Jason X was a damn fine movie. I would own a copy right now, but unfortunately the people at the store can't find the little card thingy that says I put $5 down to reserve it, which means that I have to look in my room to find the receipt. When watching it, you just have to remember that they wanted to spoof every other slasher flick out there while still making a "serious" movie. It's a fun movie, so remember to laugh when appropriate and don't complain because it gets corny in places, because it's supposed to be.

 

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  posted on 13/10/2002 at 12:26 AM
heh, that's why I watch em...that and for the special effects. Gore and such. It's always interesting to see new, twisted ways in which people conceive for killing eachother.

Ah cynicism.

Still I think I'll check out Dead Alive first.

 

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  posted on 13/10/2002 at 07:52 PM
Stephen King's "IT" is about a demon that is killing little kids in a small town one by one, luring them off to die in the guise of a clown with balloons and cotton candy and such.
It starts out with a group of grownups, who made a pact as children that if "IT" ever reared it's head again, they would ALL go back and defeat IT again...because they had before and felt responsible to keep IT away.
THIS is why I hate clowns. That little boy that got his arm ripped off by IT in a sewer drain after chasing his paper boat down the pipe and seeing a clown holding it....*shudder*

 

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  posted on 13/10/2002 at 07:59 PM
Smart kid...
"Oh boy, lets go play with the clowns in the sewer"

 

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  posted on 13/10/2002 at 10:09 PM
I agree with everything bettie_x said about the novel/movie "It" by Stephen King...except that I remember a part in the novel that talks about when they do discover where it lives it's some sort of giant spider of sorts...I took it to be a demon-type spider of some sort...and also got the impression it wasn't of this planet but of outer space somehow...because there is talk also of "the turtle that vomited up universes"...I know that sounds sort of weird...but I really remember reading those parts of the book...

 

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  posted on 14/10/2002 at 12:02 AM
I wanna read the novel more because it's suppost to explain in greater detail of what It is.
So, what is It? A demon, a giant space monster? *i don't want to spoil what It is to anyone so I won't give away much details.*

And wasn't It played by Tim Curry? Even without the makeup, his voice, apperance.... He is the perfect villian.

Oh and for a while I was slightly reluctant to open fortion cookies after the first time I saw It. You know what I'm talking about.

 

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  posted on 14/10/2002 at 04:34 AM
We all float down heeeeere.

 

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  posted on 14/10/2002 at 04:37 AM
Oh.. and New nightmare.. the best of the Elm Street movies... are you nuts? IMHO... 1 and 3 were the best.. after that, they start getting rediculous. Friday the 13 part 6 was the best in that series.. I mean, come on! It had an entire Alice Coper soundtrack! I never could get into the Halloween movies. Come on guys.. don't forget Phantasm!

 

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  posted on 14/10/2002 at 06:04 AM
OK, I may be nuts, but the phantasm series???

Now the first one was pretty good, and the second was ok, once you get past the part where fires off all four barrles of the shotgun at once with out breaking his arm. Does have a cool scene with a house exploding and the tall guy walking away from it.

But the third, not that one suck the goat, and sucked it hard. I mean, where the hell does that little kid come from?? And with lines like "Ever try vannilla?" And there are also the highly visible strings holding up all the spheres. They should have fired the writers and hired some special effects guys.

Now the House series seriously rocked. I remember watching late night TNT, and at least once a month they would show Phantasm or House. And they had that redneck dude (Joe Bob Briggs I believe). And of course on USA they always played the killer animal movies like The Swarm, Slugs, or that one about the guy that breeds Fireflies with cochroaches to make flying roaches that can burn things.

 

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  posted on 14/10/2002 at 01:58 PM
I need to catch up on my horror movies. I have yet to watch Pet Cematary 1 and 2, Dagon, Creepy Crawlers, American Psycho 2, and one other I forget. Those are just the ones on videos. I just saw Fraility, good enough to rent. Still need to see Red Dragon, Ring.

 

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  posted on 14/10/2002 at 05:23 PM
I read "IT" when i was in the 8th grade, and the "beast" was not a the spider looking BS they showed in the movie, you really didnt know what "IT" was, it fucked with your mind and then ate you. That is the whole mystery around "IT". The book could have been alot shorter if it didnt have all that BS background info on Dairy.

And ill say this again see Event Horrison....you wont regret it.

Nightmare on Elm Street 3 was the the all time best! not tooo scary but good...but i thought part 1&2 where the scariest.

 

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  posted on 14/10/2002 at 07:08 PM
Oh yeah...Event Horizon rocked !!!.....will always love the Evil Dead Trilogy...big time....
when I saw the first Nightmare on Elm street it scared the crap out of me....I went in the theatre expecting to see a movie about a psycho terrorizing a block...not in their dreams and such...that really messed with my mind when I saw that....so the next few I saw were scary as heck to me....so for sheer screw with your mind value...I'd go with the Nightmare movies....for scare the crap out of you when you camp....Friday the 13th series....

 

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  posted on 14/10/2002 at 10:56 PM
See I thought that It was just some sort of demonic force that needs to feed ever thirty years.

When I saw the big spider in the movie I kept thinking to myself "come on." He was much more menacing as the evil clown.

Is It on dvd? I'm going to find my brother's copy of It and then check out the movie.

Oh and if you want a good action horror novel look at Eaters of the Dead. I just read that book for the fourth time. Based on a true story it is. *the movie EOTD is based has been titled "The 13 Warrior."*

As for other good slashers that don't fall under the lines of your single undead serial killer, what about Pet (S?)emetary? A melancholy but well played story.

 

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  posted on 15/10/2002 at 06:40 AM
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the 13th warrior was pretty good. I just find that I will never be able to watch a movie with Antonio and not crack up.

 

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