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 Posted: Fri Apr 13th, 2012 10:00 pm

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let me know what you think when you've seen it. :)

and beware of spoilers to those who haven't. *spoilers**spoilers**spoilers*

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 Posted: Fri Apr 13th, 2012 10:02 pm

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First spoiler!
















*spoilers**spoilers**spoilers**spoilers**spoilers**spoilers**spoilers**spoilers**spoilers**spoilers**spoilers*















Let the world fucking burn!  :sarc :biggrin  (I've been waiting like three weeks to get to post that.)



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 Posted: Fri Apr 13th, 2012 10:57 pm

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Thanks for spoiler alert, Zomb. :kiss

Will be seeing this tonight or tomorrow



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 Posted: Sat Apr 14th, 2012 01:28 am

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Fucking loved it.



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 Posted: Sat Apr 14th, 2012 01:31 am

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But why is this thread in the 'Evil Dead' section??? I mean, I kind of understand, because the first two acts almost seemed like it's own remake in a way... but by the 3rd act, it all makes sense (Well it's sorta obvious through-out, but 3rd act pulls it all together very nicely.)



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2nd viewing, still fucking loved it.  The ending makes me absolutely giddy.  It had some balls and I loved it!



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Crazy Ralph wrote: But why is this thread in the 'Evil Dead' section??? I mean, I kind of understand, because the first two acts almost seemed like it's own remake in a way... but by the 3rd act, it all makes sense (Well it's sorta obvious through-out, but 3rd act pulls it all together very nicely.)

I asked Z to make the thread cause I didn't know where to put it. :blush



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 Posted: Sat Apr 14th, 2012 03:09 am

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Crazy Ralph wrote: Fucking loved it.

favorite part of the flick?



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Also:  (if you didn't like it put "least" in front of favorite :P )


Favorite death?

Favorite joke?

Favorite reveal?

Favorite nod to another horror flick?

What did you come away from it thinking about?

What sealed the deal for you? what was the point where you either loved it, hated it or decided it was somewhere in between?



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 Posted: Sat Apr 14th, 2012 03:19 am

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Dream wrote: 2nd viewing, still fucking loved it.  The ending makes me absolutely giddy.  It had some balls and I loved it!


Indeed it did.

It certainly was different. I know that the teeny boppers sitting across from me didn't seem to enjoy it (I think only because it WASN'T what was expected.,,, and I swear to god, I think I heard one of them getting fingered... there was quite a bit of moaning towards the end of the movie... fucking annoying) I think there's quite a bit of nods to the horror genre that will be missed by most, but as someone who's seen and loves 'The Evil Dead', 'Hellraiser', 'Cube' and many other... it just rocked.

I loved it, but just don't know how to recommend it to people who aren't horror fenatics, despite being an awesome movie that should be seen, just to support original horror films in general. It's not a sequel, prequel,adaption, remake, reboot or reimagining ... thus, shouldn't it get a fair, open minded view from audiences?

I'm crossing my fingers for more positive reviews and a good box office.



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Dream wrote: Crazy Ralph wrote: Fucking loved it.

favorite part of the flick?

Yes.



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 Posted: Sat Apr 14th, 2012 03:23 am

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Crazy Ralph wrote: Dream wrote: 2nd viewing, still fucking loved it.  The ending makes me absolutely giddy.  It had some balls and I loved it!


Indeed it did.

It certainly was different. I know that the teeny boppers sitting across from me didn't seem to enjoy it (I think only because it WASN'T what was expected.,,, and I swear to god, I think I heard one of them getting fingered... there was quite a bit of moaning towards the end of the movie... fucking annoying) I think there's quite a bit of nods to the horror genre that will be missed by most, but as someone who's seen and loves 'The Evil Dead', 'Hellraiser', 'Cube' and many other... it just rocked.

I loved it, but just don't know how to recommend it to people who aren't horror fenatics, despite being an awesome movie that should be seen, just to support original horror films in general. It's not a sequel, prequel,adaption, remake, reboot or reimagining ... thus, shouldn't it get a fair, open minded view from audiences?

I'm crossing my fingers for more positive reviews and a good box office.


as long as they paid for the ticket let the teeny boppers get fingered or flogged as much as they like. I don't care if they liked it or not, as long as they paid for the fucking ticket.  :yee


I've been recommending it to my family nonstop.  :blush  It's just a good movie, a fun ride.  It's sheer entertainment!  I haven't been this excited over a horror flick in a long time. :blush



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Crazy Ralph wrote: Dream wrote: Crazy Ralph wrote: Fucking loved it.

favorite part of the flick?

Yes.
 

:p Answer properly, jerk. :pbbt



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 Posted: Sat Apr 14th, 2012 03:24 am

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Crazy Ralph wrote: But why is this thread in the 'Evil Dead' section??? I mean, I kind of understand, because the first two acts almost seemed like it's own remake in a way... but by the 3rd act, it all makes sense (Well it's sorta obvious through-out, but 3rd act pulls it all together very nicely.)
i put it in misc horror. reign (i suspect!) moved it. :p

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Dream wrote: Also:  (if you didn't like it put "least" in front of favorite :P )


Favorite death?

Favorite joke?

Favorite reveal?

Favorite nod to another horror flick?

What did you come away from it thinking about?

What sealed the deal for you? what was the point where you either loved it, hated it or decided it was somewhere in between?




my overall favorite part of the flick is the ending, like I said earlier, "let the world fucking burn!"  End of the world, some jackasses kill of your friends to save it, what do you do? go along with the plan and save the world or spit in their face with a big fuck you and bring on the old gods?


I've always been staunchly in the "fuck you guys, let's end the world, you already killed off the people I would have saved it for."  :p


Favorite death is the merman death, so fitting and cool

Favorite joke is the bong, the fucking bong, I want it.

Favorite reveal-the cube like design holding the creatures (Fran Kranz told a funny story about how a ton of the things in those cubes were real actors in make up and such and one day they came in and there were 2 plain old german shepherds in the boxes and he though "seriously? you guys are just pushing it now."  Those 2 dogs are right above their heads when it starts panning out and showing them in the grid, I couldn't help but laugh that they showed the dogs so prominently.)


Favorite nod- "evil molesting tree" on the board when the bets are being done.  :p


I came away from it thinking "I wanna see it again, and i want more horror flicks that make me that interested in the characters, that fun, I want original stories and fun again.

The ending sealed the deal for me...I loved it up until that point, and I really thought they were going to puss out and have her kill her last friend, when she got attacked by the werewolf and Marty goes for the gun and shoots the werewolf anyways, I was thrilled.  When they lit up the joint and sat together to watch the world end, I was in fucking bliss! :p



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Dream wrote: Crazy Ralph wrote: Fucking loved it.

favorite part of the flick?

Dream wrote: Also:  (if you didn't like it put "least" in front of favorite :P )


Favorite death?

Favorite joke?

Favorite reveal?

Favorite nod to another horror flick?

What did you come away from it thinking about?

What sealed the deal for you? what was the point where you either loved it, hated it or decided it was somewhere in between?

favorite part was the merman scene. :p

favorite death. look above.

favorite joke.. the "fuck you! fuck you! fuck you!" scene

favorite reveal.. i'm not sure. :p

favorite nod to another horror flick.. the hellraiser nod with the cube and the guy with the blades in his head.

i came away just thinking i want more original horror. i liked the lovecraftian story with the old ones and such. i would have preferred the reveal of the agency to come more slowly, but it probably couldn't have and still make the movie work like it did. when they had the cameo, i was thinking heather langenkamp would have been more fun. :p

i can't pick out a part that made me love it. the whole movie was awesome in my opinion.

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Crazy Ralph wrote: Dream wrote: 2nd viewing, still fucking loved it.  The ending makes me absolutely giddy.  It had some balls and I loved it!


Indeed it did.

It certainly was different. I know that the teeny boppers sitting across from me didn't seem to enjoy it (I think only because it WASN'T what was expected.,,, and I swear to god, I think I heard one of them getting fingered... there was quite a bit of moaning towards the end of the movie... fucking annoying) I think there's quite a bit of nods to the horror genre that will be missed by most, but as someone who's seen and loves 'The Evil Dead', 'Hellraiser', 'Cube' and many other... it just rocked.

I loved it, but just don't know how to recommend it to people who aren't horror fenatics, despite being an awesome movie that should be seen, just to support original horror films in general. It's not a sequel, prequel,adaption, remake, reboot or reimagining ... thus, shouldn't it get a fair, open minded view from audiences?

I'm crossing my fingers for more positive reviews and a good box office.

i hope that it does really well. i would love to have more good original horror again. horror fans at least should support it!

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zombie wrote: Dream wrote: Crazy Ralph wrote: Fucking loved it.

favorite part of the flick?

Dream wrote: Also:  (if you didn't like it put "least" in front of favorite :P )


Favorite death?

Favorite joke?

Favorite reveal?

Favorite nod to another horror flick?

What did you come away from it thinking about?

What sealed the deal for you? what was the point where you either loved it, hated it or decided it was somewhere in between?

favorite part was the merman scene. :p

favorite death. look above.

favorite joke.. the "fuck you! fuck you! fuck you!" scene

favorite reveal.. i'm not sure. :p

favorite nod to another horror flick.. the hellraiser nod with the cube and the guy with the blades in his head.

i came away just thinking i want more original horror. i liked the lovecraftian story with the old ones and such. i would have preferred the reveal of the agency to come more slowly, but it probably couldn't have and still make the movie work like it did. when they had the cameo, i was thinking heather langenkamp would have been more fun. :p

i can't pick out a part that made me love it. the whole movie was awesome in my opinion.


I liked the cameo, but yeah, Heather (or any of the classic horror flick heroines) would have been really cool, I did like that they got Weaver though, that was way higher profile than I would've expected.  :p


yeah the "fuck you, fuck you, fuck you." scene was hilarious.


And the harbinger. Hehehe.



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Dream wrote:


Favorite nod- "evil molesting tree" on the board when the bets are being done.  :p


i missed that one. :blush

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I liked the cameo, but yeah, Heather (or any of the classic horror flick heroines) would have been really cool, I did like that they got Weaver though, that was way higher profile than I would've expected.  :p


yeah the "fuck you, fuck you, fuck you." scene was hilarious.


And the harbinger. Hehehe.

uh huh. i didn't expect her. i knew there was a cameo. but i didn't expect it to be her. i was thinking one of whedon's regulars that wasn't listed.


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