Discussion in 'TV + Film' started by robots need oil, Jan 15, 2009.
The Thing with a blumhouse budget?!
I remember loving Dark Castle's "Whiteout" starring Kate Beckinsale and thinking it's the best "The Thing" remake we have never gotten. Of course that was eleven years ago and I haven't seen it since, might have been not as good as I remembered.
Dark Castle made some decent low-end fare. I think they did Godsend and Gothika, which were both objectively pants, yet entertainingly predictable.
Gothika is AMAZING (if you abandon logic, reason and just marvel at Halle and Penelope demolishing the scenery)
I literally watched Gothika this weekend. You can tell it’s been ripped to sheds (what is the point of RDJ?) but Halle sells it.
This poster still leaves me gaggeD
I just rewatched Alien Covenant on Bluray and I enjoyed it the second time around.
Horror sci fi in space might be next favourite genre after horror itself.
ALERT! The Horror Channel is airing I Still Know What You Did Last Summer just this moment, which will now join Urban Legend in their regular rotation. What a time to be a queer.
Watched Fear (1996) last night for the first time in a while and the part with the doggy door has me shook every time.
Fear is one of the best additions to that popular "from hell" subgenre (others I love include Fatal Attraction, Single White Female and The Hand That Rocks The Cradle).
I think the rollercoaster scene was one of my teen sexual awakenings, I mean who wouldn't want to get fingered by Mark Wahlberg?
I'd also throw Pacific Heights in with the best of the "from hell" genre.
If not only just for the location and that house.
Just got my Steelbook of “Slumber Party Massacre” in the mail and pre-ordered the original “My Bloody Valentine.” Hoping to get the latter by Valentine’s Day.
Lets not forget this iconic "thriller"
And this one:
They released a box set of all of them recently. I think there’s 4 or 5.
I'm a bad gay for forgetting about Poison Ivy. I was obsessed with it when it came out. Drew is coming for Daddy Skerritt.
Saw The Lighthouse and I was... disappointed? I don’t think I enjoyed it very much.
So I read some stuff thats in Halloween Kills.
October can't come soon enough.
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