March & April Horror Movie Watching Thread 2020 - Coronavirus Edition!

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  1. Jamie

    Jamie Member

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    I missed out on this thread when it started so thought Id add on a few things.. First, +1 for Smithereens.

    I rewatched Breaking All The Rules recently. I love that movie and I know a few here do too. When I was a kid, my best friend loaned me a tape of it when it came out so I've always been a fan of it. In general, I like 70s-80s movies that were filmed at theme parks anyway.

    Aside from the plot, it's just like a nice slice of the 80s preserved on film. Carolyn Dunn, Rachel Hayward, and Michele Scarabelli are all beautiful and great in it. It's really too bad there hasn't even been a widescreen version of it released still. Last year there was speculation that Walt was going to rescue it. I think this is one of those movies that deserves it.

    Also been watching some Terrahawks and Space 1999 on tv.
     
  2. Paff

    Paff Super Moderator

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    Yeah, really good movie, I'll definitely get it at the next Criterion flash sale (yes, I know about Barnes and Noble, but when I buy from Criterion I get those points. 500 and it's a $50 gift card).
     
  3. Angelman

    Angelman OCD Blu Ray Collector

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    So far, this is me, though as work has ramped up a lot, this will grind to a halt:

    Back to the Future 1-3, Outbreak, Deep Impact, 2012, The Core, Molly’s Game, Lethal Weapon 2-4, Social Network, Dirty Harry, Rise of Skywalker, Jaws, Air Force One, Avatar, Avengers: End Game, Star Wars: Rogue One, I, Tonya, Zodiac, Toy Story 4, The Rescuers, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, Pinocchio, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, Palm Springs

    The House on Straw Hill, Season of the Witch, There’s Always Vanilla, Vamp, Chud II: Bud the Chud, Psychos in Love, Disconnected, Double Exposure, Devil’s Wedding Night, Necromancy, The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane, Village of the Damned, Up From the Depths, Simon: King of the Witches, The Guardian, The Great Alligator, Monster Club, Edge of the Axe, Crimes of Passion, Destroyer, Blood and Lace, Murders in the Rue Morgue, Dunwich Horror, The Nest, Eliminators, Dungeonmaster, Black Candles, The Amityville Curse, Devil’s Nightmare, Edge of Sanity, Symptoms, The Dead are Alive (The Etruscan Kills Again), Nightbreed: The Cabal Cut, Sonnyboy, Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II, Estigma, El Caminante, The Blood Spattered Bride, Evilspeak,Mind Ripper (The Hills Have Eyes III), Death Walks on High Heels, Death Walks at Midnight, The Fifth Cord,The Slasher …is the Sex Maniac, Splatter University.

    So... I've been busy.
     
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  4. wago70

    wago70 Surviving on nostalgia

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    Got bitten by a nostalgia bug on Saturday and watched the VHS (Tri-Star "Drive In Classics" series) of "I Was a Teenage Werewolf" and then "Teenage Frankenstein". Was mulling watching the VHS of Elvira's presentation of "Frankenstein's Daughter" but found an old tape of nothing but Drive-In concession stand ads. Totally fun!
     

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