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    Aawil?


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    An American Werewolf In London.


    Geez, get with it Zaza.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Mick View Post
    An American Werewolf In London.


    Geez, get with it Zaza.
    Thanks... I can't keep up with this...too many great films being talked about...and what ever happen to plain English?
    TTYL!


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    This thread, and the ones it links to, are pure gold! I'm tagging this so I can give all the Dread updates a thorough reading. Thanks for the excellent posts!

    Just 45 minutes left to September (Eastern Time here), then it's officially one month until Halloween season!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Mick View Post
    My thoughts are as follows…



    Hellz yeah!

    AAWIL is easily one of my top five favorite horror films, superbly written and directed by John Landis. With unbelievable practical effects by the master Rick Baker (and wife Elaine), and a pitch-perfect score by Elmer Bernstein, AAWIL is as close to horror perfection as you can hope to get.

    It has humor, tragedy, gore, and romance. It has one of the best scenes ever in a horror film, with the decaying Griffin Dunne trying to convince his friend (David Naughton) to kill himself. And it has one of my favorite lines ever in any movie, when the little British kid says, "mommy, a naked American man stole my balloons."

    Absolutely classic.

    The sequel, on the other hand…

    I just thought I'd bounce this up again. I could talk about this film endlessly. If I could only have one--- s****y Super-8 transfer with a broken down projector of which I had just a crank generator to power it by, (Gilligan style) and which to project inside a cave on my "Castaway" desert island---this would be the one horror film I would choose.

    To me, it is the horror equivalent of "Sgt. Pepper's" or "Dark Side Of The Moon."

    Kinda missing my daily dread, Stephen. Come back, we miss you. ;-)
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    Man, I had to bug out for a while. Started a new gig, had some shoots that took me out of town for a week, and otherwise just been slammed. But I'll get back in the groove tomorrow.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elton View Post
    I just thought I'd bounce this up again. I could talk about this film endlessly. If I could only have one--- s****y Super-8 transfer with a broken down projector of which I had just a crank generator to power it by, (Gilligan style) and which to project inside a cave on my "Castaway" desert island---this would be the one horror film I would choose.

    To me, it is the horror equivalent of "Sgt. Pepper's" or "Dark Side Of The Moon."

    Kinda missing my daily dread, Stephen. Come back, we miss you. ;-)
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    very informative . Thanks


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