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JigsawX
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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 07:36 pm

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People, stop picking movies I've already seen.:p



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 07:48 pm

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Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 07:49 pm

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KennyThaKilla wrote:
Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p

I'm sorry you're close-minded like that.:p



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 07:53 pm

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KennyThaKilla wrote:
Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p

I'm sorry you're close-minded like that.:p

Says the guy calling people stupid because they don't like to read subtitles. :p



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 07:55 pm

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Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p

I'm sorry you're close-minded like that.:p

Says the guy calling people stupid because they don't like to read subtitles. :p


I watch films in their most original state (with subtitled added). I don't need them Americanized. There's absolutely no shame in that.



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 07:57 pm

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KennyThaKilla wrote:
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Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p

I'm sorry you're close-minded like that.:p

Says the guy calling people stupid because they don't like to read subtitles. :p


I watch films in their most original state (with subtitled added). I don't need them Americanized. There's absolutely no shame in that.

Not at all. And no shame in someone wanting to see an Americanized version either.



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 07:58 pm

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KennyThaKilla wrote: Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p
but there are some really good horror flicks from the 40s.



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 07:58 pm

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JigsawX wrote:
KennyThaKilla wrote:
JigsawX wrote:
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Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p

I'm sorry you're close-minded like that.:p

Says the guy calling people stupid because they don't like to read subtitles. :p


I watch films in their most original state (with subtitled added). I don't need them Americanized. There's absolutely no shame in that.

Not at all. And no shame in someone wanting to see an Americanized version either.


I'm a film purist, so there is in my mind.:p



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 07:58 pm

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KennyThaKilla wrote: Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p
but there are some really good horror flicks from the 40s.


King of the Zombies is a damn fine flick, indeed.



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 08:00 pm

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KennyThaKilla wrote: Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p
but there are some really good horror flicks from the 40s.

I'm not saying there aren't.



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 08:00 pm

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JigsawX wrote:
KennyThaKilla wrote:
JigsawX wrote:
KennyThaKilla wrote:
JigsawX wrote:
KennyThaKilla wrote:
Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p

I'm sorry you're close-minded like that.:p

Says the guy calling people stupid because they don't like to read subtitles. :p


I watch films in their most original state (with subtitled added). I don't need them Americanized. There's absolutely no shame in that.

Not at all. And no shame in someone wanting to see an Americanized version either.


I'm a film purist, so there is in my mind.:p

Of this I have no doubt. :p



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 08:01 pm

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JigsawX wrote: zombie wrote:
KennyThaKilla wrote: Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p
but there are some really good horror flicks from the 40s.


King of the Zombies is a damn fine flick, indeed.

i can't agree to that. :p



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 Posted: Sun Mar 18th, 2012 08:06 pm

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JigsawX wrote: zombie wrote:
KennyThaKilla wrote: Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p
but there are some really good horror flicks from the 40s.


King of the Zombies is a damn fine flick, indeed.

i can't agree to that. :p


'Twas quite amusing. One of my favorite horror comedies. I gave it an 8/10.



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JigsawX wrote: zombie wrote:
JigsawX wrote: zombie wrote:
KennyThaKilla wrote: Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p
but there are some really good horror flicks from the 40s.


King of the Zombies is a damn fine flick, indeed.

i can't agree to that. :p


'Twas quite amusing. One of my favorite horror comedies. I gave it an 8/10.

well then i need to see it.



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JigsawX wrote: zombie wrote:
JigsawX wrote: zombie wrote:
KennyThaKilla wrote: Much better to pick good movies we've already seen, but haven't seen in a while, than some black and white number from 1940-boring. :p
but there are some really good horror flicks from the 40s.


King of the Zombies is a damn fine flick, indeed.

i can't agree to that. :p


'Twas quite amusing. One of my favorite horror comedies. I gave it an 8/10.

well then i need to see it.


I wouldn't, it could be a trap.;):p



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JigsawX wrote: I wouldn't, it could be a trap.;):p
i can risk it. :p



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For my next pick, I'd like to try Three Extremes.

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 Posted: Wed Mar 28th, 2012 10:12 pm

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Ok, I decided on a pick.

Ticks- 1993

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Stakeland is my next one

by the way I sell the Dead has Angus Scrimm  aka The Tall Man in it as well:)






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 Posted: Fri Mar 30th, 2012 08:45 pm

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I'd like to change my pick to The Puppet Masters (1994).



We can watch The Entity some other time.

Last edited on Mon Apr 9th, 2012 11:57 pm by KennyThaKilla



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