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Slaughterhouserock
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 Posted: Sun Mar 21st, 2010 12:18 pm

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eminem4569 wrote:
Shaolin vs Evil Dead (too bad the stuff in the credits( wasn't given more screen time)

The stuff in the credits is from the sequel which is more action-oriented and a lot less cheesy(mainly due to the lack of awesomely bad dubbing).



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 Posted: Sun Mar 21st, 2010 03:36 pm

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1. Dawn Of The Dead (mega rewatchable, couldn't resist putting at the top here)
2. Shaun Of The Dead
3. Sar Wars
4. Saw
5. Ginger Snaps: Unleashed


'Salem's Lot would've been squeezed in if it weren't for the shitty ending.



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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 09:08 am

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This was tough, I really enjoyed alot of these films.

Dead Birds
Skinned Deep
R-Point
Satan's Little Helper

I can't pick another film; I like them all evenly, Just pick one from this list that i'm choosing from:

Marebito
Highwaymen
Blood Gnome
Jackhammer Massacre
Sars Wars
Shallow Ground

Oh, Slaughter I bet we are the only people on here who actually watched "Hellbent.":yee



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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 02:21 pm

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havok2000 wrote:
This was tough, I really enjoyed alot of these films.

Dead Birds
Skinned Deep
R-Point
Satan's Little Helper

I can't pick another film; I like them all evenly, Just pick one from this list that i'm choosing from:

Marebito
Highwaymen
Blood Gnome
Jackhammer Massacre
Sars Wars
Shallow Ground

Oh, Slaughter I bet we are the only people on here who actually watched "Hellbent.":yee


Go Sar Wars, we should get that at least in the final round up :thumb:p



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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 02:47 pm

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DancesWithWerewolves wrote: Go Sar Wars, we should get that at least in the final round up :thumb:p

 

As much promoting I did of that film, I'm surprised it's not higher on people's lists.



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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2010 11:51 pm

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Ok, my final pick is Sars Wars.:p



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 Posted: Wed Mar 24th, 2010 07:07 am

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Slaughterhouserock wrote:
eminem4569 wrote:
Shaolin vs Evil Dead (too bad the stuff in the credits( wasn't given more screen time)

The stuff in the credits is from the sequel which is more action-oriented and a lot less cheesy(mainly due to the lack of awesomely bad dubbing).


How do you rate the sequel?



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 Posted: Wed Mar 24th, 2010 09:25 am

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How do you rate the sequel?

It's alright. Where the first one is cheesy as all hell, the second one is played pretty straight. There's no dubbed version with the people from the first one(that I'm aware of), so that annoyed me a bit since they were hilarious. I haven't watched it in awhile, but I recall it being even more action-oriented and having little to nothing to do with the zombies from the first one. It does continue the story from the final fight though.



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 Posted: Fri Sep 24th, 2010 09:24 pm

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5) The Grudge
4) Seed Of Chucky
3) Ginger Snaps Back
2) Ginger Snaps 2
1) Shaun Of The Dead

I agree with Jiggy, 2004 sucked for horror. Shaun of the Dead takes it, easy.

EDIT!! Forgot about Saw.

5) Seed of Chucky
4) Ginger Snaps Back
3) Ginger Snaps 2
2) Saw
1) Shaun of the Dead

Last edited on Fri Sep 24th, 2010 09:29 pm by Jason



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