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    Crime of the Century- Supertramp

    Harmless entertaining on a Sunday night.
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    GD creepy! Not for faint-hearted. Atmospheric...9/10
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    Flamme, did you ever see the Peter Wier film "Dead Calm" with Nicole Kidman (her first major role) and Sam Neill? Shudder. Very violent.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkqZd3h3f2U

    Kidman isn't really up to much as an actress; her range is from whispering (every time she's wanting to be dramatic) to politeness and her natural persona. Australians wonder how she ever garnered such an international reputation!! Our best actresses by a country mile are Judy Davis, Cate Blanchett and Toni Collette.
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    Bagdad Cafe

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    I watched the remaining two parts of the Quatermass trilogy. I enjoyed all 3 movies. The first 2 are black and white, the third is in color. They all deal in some kind of alien invasion from space, and although the effects and production value are quite low budget, they are intelligent and entertaining. Scifi movies from the 1950's have their unique atmosphere
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062168/reviews

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    Black Christmas (1974)
    Prom Night (1980)
    Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)
    Both Black Christmas and Silent Night were much better than Greenland, especially the endings.
    Silent Night has a comedy factor, but some scenes were shot on a different film You will recognise.
    Prom is not as good as the other two, but you have Nielsen and Curtis.
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    The Unseen Movie lol What a word play...Any way 1980 was a trully fruitful year for (horror movies)movies and I was born as well! Pretty gd creepy! They dont make them like this before! 9/10
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    They Live (1988)
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096256/



    this was actually really good. It is both a B movie thriller, and a metaphor for current consumerist society. Aliens masked as men live among us and special glasses allow us to recognize them (they are actually the psychopaths that rule us)
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    They Live is a good idea, saw it a couple months ago. The Unseen is not available here.

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    Nice to see horror fans here. I'll try out some of the suggestions. Lately been on a Nightmare on Elm St. marathon. They were better than I remembered, at least parts 1 and 3. I also watched April Fool's Day again when someone here reminded me of it. That was also pretty well done.

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    This one was funny, and much better than the original to me (popular view is the original was better). What do you guys think?

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    I'll rewatch the Elm Street series. Saw April Fool's Day a couple months ago, both Creepshow movies will be new for me.

    I like all kinds of movies, plan to watch Howards End & The Remains of the Day from the '90s soon.
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    Die Screaming Marianne. Weird and eclectic, almost like(if not) a B-movie.


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