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19 Oct 2022, 8:19 am

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Life After Beth.

Horror-comedy, where a young man attends the funeral of his late girlfriend, Beth, then discovers she's being hidden by her parents, still alive. Or is she? Soon, other people who had died begin reappearing, till there's a zombie plague.

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19 Oct 2022, 2:43 pm

Last night we watched:

Dracula II: Ascension [2003]
<=>"The terrifying sequel to Dracula 2000"



Certainly not a great movie but we both found it to be quite tolerable. If you watched Dracula 2000 and want more you'll probably want to watch this movie.

It looked like they killed Dracula at the end of Dracula 2000 but apparently they didn't. Well, he was dead at the end of if it...he's a vampire, he was dead for the whole movie...but... Anyway it turns out he wasn't dead...well, he was dead...he is a vampire... Anyway, he's back! And understandably in a bad mood.


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20 Oct 2022, 8:07 am

How to eat Fried Worms
Fun.


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20 Oct 2022, 8:24 am

Satan's Triangle


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20 Oct 2022, 10:29 am

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Satan's Triangle

That is an interesting title.


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20 Oct 2022, 11:46 am

From Hell
I watched it in honour of Robbie Coltraine


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20 Oct 2022, 1:30 pm

Last night I watched:

The Cocoanuts [1929]
<=>"Paramount's All Talking-Singing Musical Comedy Hit!"
<=+=+>The Marx Brothers' first feature film. When it was done they didn't like it but audiences did.



IMDb puts it well: "During the Florida land boom, The Marx Brothers run a hotel, auction off some land, thwart a jewel robbery, and generally act like themselves."

This movie also asks the famous question: "Why a duck?"


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20 Oct 2022, 4:44 pm

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Ready or Not
This was entertaining. Adam Brody stood out, as did Andie MacDowell.


I concur. Both ones you mention were indeed great, as was Samara Weaving's acting.

Yes, Samara Weaving did great job too!

Watched Another Earth.

Very moving. Brit Marling delivers a stunning performance, as always.


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20 Oct 2022, 4:59 pm

Alien.

The 1979 Scifi/horror classic, which I consider to be the best of the franchise.


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21 Oct 2022, 8:46 am

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Alien.

The 1979 Scifi/horror classic, which I consider to be the best of the franchise.

Agreed


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21 Oct 2022, 1:58 pm

Last night we watched two movies:

Dracula III: Legacy [2005]
<=>"You can't fight it. You can't kill it."



Final sequel (so far) to Dracula 2000 and Dracula II: Ascension. More of the same. I thought it could've finished better...both the series of movies and this particular movie.

How much trouble would it've been to have Rutger Hauer's eyes blink open in a post-credit scene?! It could've been done in less than a second.



Frankenstein [1931]
<=>"The Man Who Made A Monster!"



With Boris Karloff as the monster.


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21 Oct 2022, 4:16 pm

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Frankenstein [1931]
<=>"The Man Who Made A Monster!"



With Boris Karloff as the monster.


This will always be a true classic of horror films!


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21 Oct 2022, 8:49 pm

Halloween 2



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22 Oct 2022, 8:39 am

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Double Retired wrote:
Frankenstein [1931]
<=>"The Man Who Made A Monster!"



With Boris Karloff as the monster.


This will always be a true classic of horror films!

Classic


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22 Oct 2022, 11:49 am

Last night we watched:

Dracula 3000 [2004]
<=>"In space, the sun never rises."



It is not a sequel of Dracula 2000.

Its current IMDb rating is 2.1. :lol: I thought it could easily have merited at least a 3.1!

We both thought it was junk. We both thought it was fun. We both enjoyed watching it.


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22 Oct 2022, 5:18 pm

Some Halloween anthology special on Hulu by Justin Roiland.


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