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    This looks terrible and in all the best ways.

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    NETFLIX - February 18, 2022


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    they had me up to the 'trying to be a good person'


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    I know most of the TCM sequels/remakes have their fans, but I can't think of a single one I've enjoyed. They absolutely nailed it with the original, and it's been a case of diminishing returns ever since.

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    I can only think of ONE man who could properly helm a Texas Chainsaw Massacre reboot, and his name starts with an R, and ends with an E.
    And, in between is OB ZOMBI.

    Good GOD, I hope he gets to do something in that arena at SOME point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    I can only think of ONE man who could properly helm a Texas Chainsaw Massacre reboot, and his name starts with an R, and ends with an E.
    And, in between is OB ZOMBI.

    Good GOD, I hope he gets to do something in that arena at SOME point.
    I'd say he already entered that arena with the Firefly trilogy.

    Honestly, I don't know what else can be done with the franchise at this point aside from sending Leatherface to space. Hmm, Leatherface with a lightsaber chainsaw? Now that I'd watch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRoswell View Post
    I'd say he already entered that arena with the Firefly trilogy.

    Honestly, I don't know what else can be done with the franchise at this point aside from sending Leatherface to space. Hmm, Leatherface with a lightsaber chainsaw? Now that I'd watch!
    If Jason and Leprechaun can make it there, I wouldn't rule this one out at some point. Just throw them all in space on a gigantic human cargo ship leaving a soon to be dead Earth and let them go ape shit. Once all the humans are dead, it's battle royale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRoswell View Post
    I'd say he already entered that arena with the Firefly trilogy.
    PRECISELY!

    I guess i shouldn't have said that "arena;" i guess i meant more like "with the property."

    Am i the only one who thinks a Rob Zombie TCM reboot would potentially be amazing? It's pretty obviously his main and best inspiration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Self.Destructive.Pattern View Post
    If Jason and Leprechaun can make it there, I wouldn't rule this one out at some point. Just throw them all in space on a gigantic human cargo ship leaving a soon to be dead Earth and let them go ape shit. Once all the humans are dead, it's battle royale.
    They can milk the iconic quote in an Easter egg homage uttering “Houston we have a problem.”

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    just finished watching the Xmas horror movie Better Watch Out on Amazon Prime. I was surprised. It's actually really engaging and clever, and "fun" in a really mean kind of way. Would recommend if you need a break from yuletide bullshit or if you just heard "last christmas" in the grocery store.

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    Been seeing people draw comparisons between this deleted scene and the bathroom scene in The Shining, I agree with them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Erneuert View Post
    Been seeing people draw comparisons between this deleted scene and the bathroom scene in The Shining, I agree with them.

    That's a nice little scene with lots going on. Bridge for Shinto/Buddhism. Wide framing for opening shot with walking and closing shot with falling down screaming + tall grass feels like an homage to (numerous) 50s/60s kaidan films.
    Last edited by Jon; 12-31-2021 at 01:28 AM. Reason: I did not have a stroke. Full sentences are dumb sometimes.

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    How did I miss this?


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    Because it wasn't heavily promoted I guess? I hadn't either. It happens.

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    I know it was coming and that Patrick Wilson would direct it but I did not know the trailer was out. It's supposed to take place after Insidious 2.

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    How is the lady still alive after her neck was broken at the end of part 1? And she’s specifically mentioning the red faced demon still haunting them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erneuert View Post
    How is the lady still alive after her neck was broken at the end of part 1? And she’s specifically mentioning the red faced demon still haunting them?
    According to Wikipedia (I know, so reliable) the movie is centered around a grown-up Dalton. And Elise is very much part of Insidious 2, as a ghost. At the very end, she enters a house and gasps at something she is seeing in a corner (never forget: corners are evil).

    And this very trusty (or not) site has a plotline: https://www.heavenofhorror.com/movie...rk-realm-2021/

    IMdb does too.

    Ghost Elise is not going to like that, at all.

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    watching Hereditary again, and it's brilliant. Just one of the greatest things I've ever seen. I needed to watch Midsommar a few times before I got it, but now I get it, and this is pretty much genius.

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    Watched 3/4 of Orphan last night (watching the rest of it tonight). Didn’t realise Vera Farmiga acted in horror stuff as far back as 2009. Dang she’s pretty!

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