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    Quote Originally Posted by Charli View Post
    OOO, I thought we were not doing this until AFTER all voting has closed.
    Feel free to wait your heart out Charli! Do your thing. I'm doing mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZazaCast View Post
    Baahhhhhhh...

    None of those films were in my top three.
    (of course I haven't watched them all yet...so there's that)
    I think we could say picking a top 3 is like picking your 3 favorite crayons. It really doesn't matter, I'm just curious to see people's top 3's and compare them to the results. To see how the 'voting' audience/viewership weighs in with the community here.

    What are your favorite crayons Zaza? No I didn't say flavor!!!! ;p
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    Quote Originally Posted by CallaghanFilms View Post
    My Normal Criteria Applies:
    • Must be a complete story that stands on its own 6 minute feet (and doesn't feel like a chapter/scene/skit)
    • Must be good, solid storytelling that doesn't feel rushed or convenient (with equal time spent on story as was on technical)
    • Must adhere to the theme (In this case: it's ScareFest, released on Halloween...)
    • Must have, at the very least, one great line of dialogue that pops right off the screen
    Good production value is tasty gravy; but without all of the four elements above, there is nothing to pour it over.



    The Callaghan Top 3 ScareFesterings

    #1 The Butcher and the Fox
    Favorite bit of dialogue:
    "Go to sleep! (beat) I gotta pay the sitter..."
    (was hard to pick just one)

    #2 Transit
    Favorite bit of dialogue:
    "Bad cold, huh? Fücking black lung or what?"

    #3 Unit 244
    Favorite bit of dialogue:
    (POSSIBLE SPOILER)
    "Whatever you want, Carol. Whatever. You. Want."



    Your criteria is dead on! Cool picks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Todaro View Post
    What are your favorite crayons Zaza?
    Purple, Gold & Black (see my web site)


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    I still miss Indian Red...


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    1. Grid Down by Shawn Nelson
    2. The Butcher and the Fox by AJ Brooks
    3. Somnia by Christian Halberg

    Not to say the others werent good, they all had their own charm. But these three I felt were the strongest in over all story, production value and acting


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    I don't know. This was kind of a disappointing fest for me. It doesn't seem that most people embraced the challenge. There were no real pisstakes, but I just felt underwhelmed on the whole. The last real horror themed fest kicked this one's arse on the whole. Kicked the arse hole? Maybe I'm the only person who feels that way.

    Hey, who told Edgen and Tim they could give brutally honest reviews? Aren't we supposed to play nice. ;)
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    Careful, that fhonesteedback may be contagious...


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    At least there was no torture porn. that is a genre that is dead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_Keaton View Post
    Hey, who told Edgen and Tim they could give brutally honest reviews? Aren't we supposed to play nice. ;)
    my pot has boiled over...


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