Horror films

I did learn fairly recently that Great White sharks do enter the Mediterranean, where I've been casually wakeboarding for several years, these scenes always in the back of my mind. When is Brucetta gonna chomp my ass while I'm waiting for the ski boat to shift?
 
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I watched Crimes of The Future (2022) last night, it has some great atmosphere and interesting ideas but ultimately I felt it went absolutely nowhere. I preferred eXistenZ.
 
Pearl looks amazing and it’s looks like it’ll be another Mia Goth performance for the ages. I think she’s incapable of a bad performance, her Sara in Suspiria still haunts me.

Cool that she co-wrote it with Ti too!
 
I watched Crimes of The Future (2022) last night, it has some great atmosphere and interesting ideas but ultimately I felt it went absolutely nowhere. I preferred eXistenZ.

For me, Cronenberg movies are generally a bit like this. Wonderful ideas and usually well executed but they don't always come together with a nice beginning, middle and end, which leaves me a bit unfulfilled. I suppose he wants audiences to think, but reckon it's a bit lazy.
 
He/Him
I rewatched Drag Me to Hell the other night and didn’t like it as much as I remembered. I wasn’t into the gross-out bits and the solution to the curse felt like a cop out but the ending made up for that dd.
 
Well I loved Last Night in Soho, the two leads gave fantastic performances. I will say I preferred the first half/dream sequences more than the last 25-30 minutes that got a little too ‘ghost-heavy’ for my liking but all in all I really enjoyed it.
 
Extras for the 4K The Fog Scream Factory Release

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DISC ONE (4K UHD):

  • 4K Restoration By Studio Canal
  • NEW Dolby Atmos Track
  • NEW Restored Original Mono Track
  • DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
  • DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0
  • Audio Commentary With Writer/Director John Carpenter And Writer/Producer Debra Hill
  • Audio Commentary With Actors Adrienne Barbeau, Tom Atkins, And production Designer Tommy Lee Wallace
  • Retribution: Uncovering John Carpenter’s The Fog
  • The Shape of Things to Come: John Carpenter Unfilmed
  • Introduction by John Carpenter
  • Scene Analysis by John Carpenter
DISC TWO (BLU-RAY):

  • 4K Restoration By Studio Canal
  • NEW Dolby Atmos Track
  • NEW Restored Original Mono Track
  • DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
  • DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0
  • Audio Commentary With Writer/Director John Carpenter And Writer/Producer Debra Hill
  • Audio Commentary With Actors Adrienne Barbeau, Tom Atkins, And production Designer Tommy Lee Wallace
  • My Time With Terror – An Interview With Actress Jamie Lee Curtis
  • Dean Of Darkness – An Interview With cinematographer Dean Cundey
  • Tales From The Mist: Inside The Fog
  • Fear On Film: Inside The Fog
  • The Fog: Storyboard To Film
  • Horror’s Hallowed Grounds – A Look At The Film’s Original Locations
  • Outtakes
  • Special Effects Tests
  • Teaser Trailers/Theatrical Trailer
  • Trailers From Hell – Filmmaker Mick Garris on The Fog
  • TV Spots
  • Photo Gallery
  • Storyboards
https://bloody-disgusting.com/home-...nced-for-scream-factorys-4k-ultra-hd-release/
 
'Phantom Of The Mall : Eric's Revenge', despite it's crap title, is rather fun 80s slasher. I think I may have seen it in the early 90s, but didn't remember it. It's deliciously 80s and great fun. We didn't get much worthwhile in the late 80s slasherwise, apart from the brilliant 'The Intruder', so this stands out.
 
'Phantom Of The Mall : Eric's Revenge', despite it's crap title, is rather fun 80s slasher. I think I may have seen it in the early 90s, but didn't remember it. It's deliciously 80s and great fun. We didn't get much worthwhile in the late 80s slasherwise, apart from the brilliant 'The Intruder', so this stands out.

I liked this one; John Travolta’s cousin from one of the Friday sequels gets a part, Pauly Shore, Rob Estes and Morgan Fairchild in that camptastic glitter dress!
 
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