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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Taylor View Post
    So in the spirit of Halloween I've been watching 80s horror films:

    Halloween H20 - I enjoyed this one. Though its not as fun for the third time, I admit. Was most fun the first time.
    Lost Boys - Great movie but it always makes me a bit sad knowing how the two Corey's turned out and what was going on for them during this time
    Fright Night - Still a classic. Except the vampire was pretty much a pushover. Still, worth it for a couple of memorable lines and seeing a guy melt.
    Waxwork - This movie is so weird. There are two absolute must-see scenes, involving a werewolf and vampires, and the rest of the film is very much humdrum, with a laughable climax. When the guy in the wheelchair is swinging the sword around at the end I lost it.



    She was really good!
    H20 is that the one with LL cool J or Busta Rhymes? I know they were both in Halloween movies around the same time. I even know one was extra silly I think Busta Rhymes does like Kung fu on Mike meyers. I remember the one with LL being a better movie but its been forever.

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    LL Cool J. He is always pretty good in horror movies. I liked him best in Deep Blue Sea.

    You are right though, Busta Rhymes was in a Halloween movie too!
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    Bad Girl (2016)

    An okay thriller with Samara Weaving. Better then one would expect. I never expected to like one actor this much, so as to search such obscure titles like this. The film's shot in a naturalistic style which i liked. Except for the two leads no character is given any development. Even the romance aspect while done well doesn't gel with the thriller aspects. Making the film kinda disjointed. A slow start followed by an abrupt jump into madness.The ending also is quite unsatisfying. If you want to end on a subtle or quieter note. Do so. If you want to end on a violent and loud note do so. I feel like the film does neither. Once the bad is caught and hauled off, it should have ended there. But it tries to pull off a violent home invasion kind of climax, but does away with the violence. The villain dies quite easily after a small confrontation in the swimming pool.

    Spoilers if anyone cares for it.
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    Samara plays crazy really well. This is no exception. But since she plays such roles mostly in over the top movies having an irreverant tone, i found her to be quite scary here.
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    Samara Weaving is good. She might be the reason why the film works at all. The other actress is okay. But i didn't care much for her character. Someone's mileage may vary, but might be worth a one time watch. 3/5
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    Invisible Man (2020), well made, tight little movie with lots of shocks.
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    My wife and I finally saw The Last Jedi last night.

    We both thought it was a pile of bloated garbage. Not the worst film we'd ever seen by a large margin,* but still a terrible story, and far too long for that. "Is it finished yet?" (pushes info button) "No we've still got over twenty minutes to go." Yes there were some silly things in there. "Is this film taking the piss at itself?" Bad edits. Teasing of popular film tropes, but not using them. However the main reason we didn't like it, was because we thought the story was rubbish.

    *That's still held by things like Highlander 2, Avengers 1998 (Emma Peel & John Steed) and the recent Birds of Prey.

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    Watched a couple of movies about saving the world through time shenanigans (Tenet and Bill & Ted Face the Music). Liked both. Would like to think I got a little sneak preview of The Batman's Pattinson.

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    Escape Plan : HADES

    Brilliant storyline

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    The Forty Year-Old Version (Netflix, 2020). Imagine Spike Lee and Issa Rae team up to make a movie about a Harlem playwright going through a mid-life crisis. It’s She’s Gotta Have It meets Insecure for the slightly older crowd. Very funny stuff—crude and subtle at the same time, with a searing point to make about access and representation in the NY theater world.
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    THREE WISHES (1995)


    With Patrick Swayze and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. Anyone seen it? Never heard about it before, but it's free on Tubi. Really weird movie, but I kind of liked it. Not sure I fully understood it.. A weird mix of drama and fantasy, but I liked the themes explored.

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    Enola Holmes. Really good YA movie, too bad it didn't get a theatrical release. Millie Bobbi Brown could be a big star.
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    Watched Russia's sci-fi horror film Sputnik. While I've never watched or felt like watching Venom (which didn't need my money anyway), Sputnik filled my horror symbiote cup just right.

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    Lost in Translation
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    Blumhouse's The Hunt. Betty Gilpin was the bees knees, couldn't get enough of her.

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    I saw Enola Holmes today and loved it!
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