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  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Alien
  • Shaun of the Dead
  • Audition

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  • Death Proof

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  • A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child

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  • A Fantastic Fear of Everything

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  • Planet Terror

    Planet Terror

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    I love the madness in Robert Rodriguez movies, there's always a bunch of crazy people doing crazy things and elements of comedy without anything being the bad kind of cheese. For me the best sight in the world is Tim Savini because then I know the practicals are gonna be top notch, and they are pretty freaking good here: lots of Brain Dead oozing of sores; freakish transformations; and one awesome body tearing scene that's just *chef's kiss*. Gun for…

  • Death Proof

    Death Proof

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    Super fun and typically Tarantino, great soundtrack and good characters, lots of feet and sex talk. I love Kurt Russell, he has to be up there with my favourite actors, he's always gold. There isn't an awful lot of car action in this, two scenes really but they're good scenes. The first one is quick very effective, the second more prolonged and action packed. I have to say though, I can't support these girls in their car chase after driving…

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  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors

    A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors

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    Definitely the best in the franchise after the original (New Nightmare not included because that takes place in the real world). I think the balance between creepy Freddy and creative Freddy is perfect, and of course he doesn't look like pizza yet which is awesome. The original soundtrack is incorporated into the new score, returning characters who feel the same but have aged and are relevant to the story, individual new characters that are all likeable in their own way,…

  • Slumber Party Massacre II

    Slumber Party Massacre II

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    Oh how I wish this movie were complete and fully restored. I love the 50s music and The Cramps I spiration in the music. The story itself is good, but it does start off a bit slow although more in keeping with the original, by the time we get to the second half it's so much different, like a teddy boy A Nightmare on Elm Street kind of hybrid. It's entertaining and holds up as a standalone movie and certainly embraces the off kilter side of 80s horror.