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You need a FF audience with a charitable nature for this stuff. I enjoyed it but i can't imagine watching in any other circumstances. The broad, jock humour misses quite frequently. Adam's way with comedy dialogue and pace has been improved by his lame sitcom experience. another one-set movie which ...
I liked this. It was a bit cliched but there aren't enough Monster movies at FF. I thought it had an H P Lovecraft vibe. Color out of space or Dunwich Horror are both backwoods creature stories
I couldn't decide between awful and endearingly awful. At least it made Adam Green coming on afterwards seem like Orson Welles. The actros just stood about entirely lacking direction. A big disappointment after Bait, which was excellent.
Scary, well acted but daft. A film about babies made by twenty somethings who have never seen one. Why not just bring it into the parental bed like everyone else in the world would do? Some cliches such as the haunted baby monitor (still works) The usual old book with woodcut illustrations of the de...
I nearly avoided this as the low budget, brit comedies are often dire (adult babies!) but this was an absolute standout. I hope this finds an audience. A Frightfest film with no deaths as well!. Some moments watched with hands in fron to face
Thanks Guys. Films were better than last year (a bit). Headshot was the best so it was a shame to have it on last when many missed it because of trains and the subtitles were a screw up. a generally good mix. i'm sure people will pick over the individual movies. The one where the scooby-doo gang rem...
- Sun Oct 09, 2016 3:41 pm
- Forum: Halloween 2016
- Topic: Films for Halloween All-dayer?
- Replies: 16
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I disagree with the self confessed masochists who prefer the allnighter. A days worth at the PCC is great. The films last year were weak but the day was fun. I start going into a coma after 11pm. I really want to see Headshot so a special effort will be made to drink less lager in the lead up