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Semi Official Dawn Of The Dead/HellBoy movie review

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by High Priest, Mar 19, 2004.

  1. High Priest

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    Semi Official Dawn Of The Dead/HellBoy movie review

    Discussion started by High Priest - Mar 19, 2004

    (Really brief overview, no scene spoilers)

    About a Week ago i was given free passes (friends g/f) to go to a special screening of Dawn Of The Dead, and as luck would have it i was given free tickets to the official Hellboy screening today (which takes place tommorow.)

    Now just to be fair, i tend to be extremely bias towards horror film remakes, and this was no exception. In fact, i was really expecting a failure (i.e. Psycho,TCM, The Ring etc.)

    The Film actually has a ton of great scenes, and although Romero didnt seem to have much, if any involvment in the production it was a pretty good remake, true to the original in many ways.

    (The fx were really good, and the make up was piled on pretty well .. maybe not over the top.. but def. good enough to get you going in more then a few scenes.)

    Altogether, it was def. worth the time spent, although im pretty cheap and whether or not id pay the $10-15 to actually see the film in the theatre i cant say..

    Ill add the hellboy review tommorow..
     
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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Mar 19, 2004

    I refuse to see the remake simply on principle. Please, for god's sake, stop making shitty remakes.....

    Are there even any new movies anymore?
     
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    EyeforAnEYE - Replied Mar 19, 2004

    I'm really hoping not to be let down by the dawn of the dead remake. I'm glad to hear it stays pretty much true to the original.
     
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    High Priest - Replied Mar 19, 2004

    http://www.circumstitions.com/Images/Famous/non-us/fabio.jpg'>

    Dawn of the dead came know where near being as gay/bad as this.
     
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    Pfffffffffft - Replied Mar 19, 2004


    didnt you know its the "remix"/"throwback" generation???
     
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