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    Quote Originally Posted by chick View Post

    Rhino, if you haven't already seen, I think you'll like Piranha. It's a remake, but it's kind of an homage to the 70's animal attack B-horror.
    Loved it. Own the 3D version.

    Kelly Brook in naked, underwater, lesbian action...in 3D...what's not to like?
    C5/6 incomplete

    "I assume you all have guns and crack....."

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    Quote Originally Posted by chick View Post
    It was good, but I think Imprint was better (it left a stronger imprint in my mind, I don't remember Audition as well, but same director).

    I agree with you on the rest of your list too.

    Insidious was worse than bad, and not in the Rhinoesque bad but good way.

    Loved Let Me In (the Amer. version not so much). Little girl was so good.
    Yeah, no question the American version pales in comparison.
    And the truth shall set you free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chick View Post
    Insidious was worse than bad, and not in the Rhinoesque bad but good way.
    I didn't think it was THAT bad. But I don't get why it kept getting such good buzz. It wasn't really creepy or original...

    On that note, I turned off the American Horror Story pilot 2/3 through. It was dumb and cliché. Meh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RehabRhino View Post
    Loved it. Own the 3D version.

    Kelly Brook in naked, underwater, lesbian action...in 3D...what's not to like?
    LOL I only saw the 2D version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    I didn't think it was THAT bad. But I don't get why it kept getting such good buzz. It wasn't really creepy or original...
    No, it wasn't creepy in a real-life sense, but I think in an era where we've seen so many horrors mainly centered on gore, Insidious was a nice departure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoDecafPlz View Post
    Troll Hunter i thought was a lot of fun.
    I have that in my queue. I will let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    I didn't think it was THAT bad. But I don't get why it kept getting such good buzz. It wasn't really creepy or original...

    On that note, I turned off the American Horror Story pilot 2/3 through. It was dumb and cliché. Meh.
    Just a quick note on American Horror Story, this is Ryan Murphy were talking about, lol of Nip/Tuck fame. This show, imo, probably going to be along the lines of that show, sans the graphic surgeries, lots of sex, lots of melodrama with some creepy twists and turns thrown in. If you weren't interested in that show, you would probably hate this one.

    I'm also pretty sure the horror cliches were deliberate.
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    This past weekend the Saw series was out and so was Hostel. I love those movies and I believe that crimes such as these exists but you never hear about them because no one is alive to tell the story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marycsm77 View Post
    I'm also pretty sure the horror cliches were deliberate.
    According to the writers, they are, because the show isn't really a horror but a drama with horror elements added to it. The idea was to showcase modern American life with horror thrown into it for a sub-genre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMAZ View Post
    This past weekend the Saw series was out and so was Hostel. I love those movies and I believe that crimes such as these exists but you never hear about them because no one is alive to tell the story.
    You mean organized crimes as in Hostel? I'd agree with that. As for Sawesque crimes, if they're done, even the police don't find the evidence or we'd likely know.

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