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Rotting Corpse

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  1. Bringing this back. Insidious: The Last Key is out this weekend. I've enjoyed the series so far and was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the third film, which ended up being my favorite. Let's see how this one stacks up.
  2. Saw

    The most recent film, Jigsaw, was pretty good. My updating ranking: 2 1 6 8 5 4 7 3 Jigsaw (AKA Saw VIII) was surprisingly good and I honestly hope we get at least a couple of more sequels with the way it ended.
  3. Been a long time since I was last here and hard to believe I started this topic nearly four years prior, time sure has flown. Good to be back though Here's a slightly updated list from my original choices: Friday The 13th - The Final Chapter Halloween - 1978 Original A Nightmare On Elm Street - New Nightmare Saw - Saw II Scream - Original Evil Dead - Evil Dead II Phantasm - Phantasm II Alien - Aliens Predator - Predator 2 Hellraiser - Original Child's Play - Original The Texas Chainsaw Massacre - 2003 Remake Final Destination - Original Insidious - Chapter 3 The Conjuring - The Conjuring 2 The Purge - Anarchy Paranormal Activity - Original Puppet Master - Puppet Master 4 Maniac Cop - Maniac Cop 2 Romero's Living Dead - Day Of The Dead (1985) Return Of The Living Dead - Part II Poltergeist - Poltergeist II Jaws - Original Cube - Original Tremors - Original Leprechaun - Original Blade - Blade II Amityville - Only seen the original, remake and It's About Time Resident Evil - Seen the first two, need to see the rest to make fair judgment
  4. I just realized The Conjuring will be eligible for this come June when the sequel is out. There's the sequel and also the Annabelle prequel from 2014. The original is one of my favorite Horror films and Annabelle wasn't bad though not nearly as good.
  5. The new Paranormal Activity was alright but I think the series has definitely run it's course and is in need of a proper finale. I think the first is probably still the best but part 2 is close behind it for me.
  6. I'm not even against an all-female Ghostbusters-esque film but why remake it using that premise? It reeks of a gimmick to me.
  7. The uniforms probably wouldn't look so bad if not for the orange stripes, which makes them look tacky to me.
  8. Images from the reboot are out now, ugh. Looking just as bad as expected. The new Ecto-1 and Proton Packs look okay but the new uniforms, ugh....
  9. If anything good comes out of the reboot maybe GB2 will finally be more respected.
  10. Will definitely do
  11. As a big Ghostbusters and TMNT fan I'm definitely intrigued to read that.
  12. Been a long time fan since I was a kid and love most of the films. They got me into Horror and movies in general at a young age. Any other fans here? Also if you'd like you can rank all twelve in your order of preference with Freddy Vs. Jason and the 2009 reboot/remake in the mix. My ranking goes: The Final Chapter Jason Lives Part 2 The New Blood Part 3 Part 1 Reboot A New Beginning Jason Takes Manhattan Jason Goes To Hell Freddy Vs. Jason Jason X The films can be of varying quality but there's definitely serious high points.
  13. Sadly Ghostbusters has recently been confirmed for a reboot coming out next year. Such a terrible idea, let this series rest in peace.
  14. The 1980s cartoon was awesome and The Extreme Ghostbusters was also cool. I miss catching it weekday mornings
  15. The holiday season is reminding me of Silent Night, Deadly Night. I don't think I've seen any of the films though way back then I may have seen one or two on cable but that was so long ago. I always wanted to check out the first one.

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