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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 6:37 am  Post subject: Movies you've seen more times than you remember
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I just saw 'Tesis' again today, and that'll be about the nth time! I'm starting to know the dialogue by heart now, and that's even though I don't even understand spanish! =)

I've also seen the original 'Candyman' atleast 10 times I guess. But only 'Clockwork Orange' made me rewind the tape and watch it once more imediatly after viewing it. * Know almost all the dialogue by heart both.

Even though it's not horror (don't mock me) I've also seen John Woo's 'Hard Boiled' atleast 15 times. I know alot of the dialogue by heart for that too, in Enlish, Japanese AND norwegian.

The Evil Dead Triogy I've seen about 6 times each.

eXistenZ counts at 5 I think.

Many more films I'd like to watch multiple times, but nowadays I just don't have the time anymore. And I and 350 films I haven't seen yet too....


* This is a lie. Same goes for 'Half Baked' which I actually saw three times in a row, but that might have been because we had problems remembering if we'd actually seen it or not...

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i liked half baked. funny as hell.


some movies i watch repeatedly/compulsively-
'screams of a winters night'
http://imdb.com/Find?select=all&for=Scr ... er%20Night
'prince of darkness'
'horrors of spider island'
the haunting(remake and original)


i dont know why i keep watching these, none are particularily entertaining, but i probably could recite the dialogue pretty close to how it goes. except 'screams of a winters night', ive watched that one probably 3 times in the last couple days and i completedly blank withing 5 minutes of it starting. I do have a form of temporal lobe epilepsy and was actually wondering if this movie caused siezures in me. When i notice that the movies over, im always unusually relaxed, not from falling asleep(?).
anybody else see this movie? i vaguely recall everyone in it had a mustache, i think. Everybody ive asked had never seen the movie, but its on IMDB and i have the vhs/avi, so i didnt get it from one of my many contracts with demoons*(1) and i didnt just make it up.*(2)








*(1)yes, not demons, but demoons. There be Dark powers when dealing with bovine based religions,my friend. beware the cows that milk the darkness, fear the moooooooooooos.


*(2)say, has anyone (besides me) ever thought just to make up a movie and submit it to the IMDB? I think they just use other submiters of the same movie to confirm its existence. I bet we could do it.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 7:31 am  Post subject:
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*(2)say, has anyone (besides me) ever thought just to make up a movie and submit it to the IMDB? I think they just use other submiters of the same movie to confirm its existence. I bet we could do it.

Nice idea, I propose the name "Zombie Island of the Smashed Monkyes"


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 8:38 am  Post subject:
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how bout
'WargAnd Andy's Turkish Bathhouse of Zombie Man Meat.'


still, i wonder i someone (as in 'we') could make up a facticious movie and enter it. see if people claim to have seen it.

hehe, we could win an Oscar, or an Emmy. whatever awards movies get.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 2:41 pm  Post subject:
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nice idea.
we should try to get it into the imdo top 100 by voting for it all the time from different compus. would it work to make a little proggy that automatically voted, then deleted the cookie and voted again?

should make a some unnoficial fan sites as well, with blurry pictures, and offcource lots of 'comments' and discussions on the movie's forum.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 3:21 pm  Post subject:
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Evil Dead trilogy, mainly number 2 and 3.
Gremlins 1 and 2, I think i've number 2 more times now.
Ghostbusters 1 and 2, seen number two the most times
trilogy of the dead, i think Dawn of the Dead is the winner.
The shining is doing pretty well for itself :D
Bride of Chucky and Child's Play 1
Alien and Aliens, so good :)

I think the winner is Tremors though. My little brother watched it over and over, so i'd normally see it every time i went into the front room. He was 2 when he started watching it religiously.

None horror,
Star Wars Trilogy
Die Hard With A Vengence


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A nightmare on elm street 1 and 2
Halloween
Dead Alive
Silence of the Lambs

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 3:22 pm  Post subject:
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i think only registered users can vote..
and think they rember votes not with cookies...

imho.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 3:27 pm  Post subject:
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yup u must register to vote. It stores all the information in the database then and you can see what you have voted... you can even add films to your wishlist and what not :D

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 5:02 pm  Post subject:
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monkeysmasher wrote:
still, i wonder i someone (as in 'we') could make up a facticious movie and enter it. see if people claim to have seen it.

hehe, we could win an Oscar, or an Emmy. whatever awards movies get.


Too little too late - think it was already done before. Check this: <a href=http://us.imdb.com/Title?0185937>http://us.imdb.com/Title?0185937</a> :roll:


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 5:35 pm  Post subject:
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eh,
'the blair witch'?
im pretty sure thats a real movie(i guess depends on your standards of what a movie is)

man, i hate having to sign up/ register on websites. I've never signed up for anything. Membership in this forum i got because it was already on this computer when i stol- errr, found it in someguys woodshed.


say, i disconnected/turned off my movie watchin computer, and i think im going into withdrawal.

ahh, crap. sorry to mess up your poll/question with my mindless jabber.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 5:53 pm  Post subject:
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Blair witch a movie? Technically yes, but all those nomination and awards (MTV Movie award for the best action sequence :roll: ) are IMHO product of all the hype surrounding it and not of its technical / artistical / whatever merits.

imdb registration is good because you can add the movies to your list. I'm doing it with the movies I stumble on and just have to see them. As I have a memory span of a demented goldfish it comes very very handy.

Btw, there's also a pr0n section on imdb but you have to register if you want to access it. :wink:


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 6:09 pm  Post subject:
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I hate Blair Witch Project so much, right down to that bitch with the utterly dreadful accent. Should be hung imo :lol:

The Last Broadcast is a better film.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2003 6:11 pm  Post subject:
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For some real fucked up reason I got obsessed with bloody Tremors, I watche dit so many times I wore the tape out and had to buy a new one. Gotta say I still like the movies, well the first 2 anyway, and the series is cool too, but no idea why I was so hooked on it tho.

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I think the third one could have been good if they changed the name of the assblasters ( :( ), and made sure that the tremors were good. The grabbers were crap and plastic.

I didn't like number 2 very much, but the first one is the ultimate 50s style monster film :)

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i still havent gotten around to watching any tremors. i got all 3(?) of them.or any leprechaun,candyman2,3,etc.
attack of the clones, gremlins2, any of the 'critters', i think i seen bride of chucky and part 1, not 2 or 3.
or planet of the apes sequals or remakes.

accented girl in blair witch part 1?

i kind of think if i was with them people in part 2 (someone) would have massacred them all. They were some annoying little bitches. all of them. well, crazy guy was 'ok', the rest got on my nerves within seconds while watching book of shadows.

"MTV: We think, so you dont have too"
man they suck

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Tremors 1 rules :)

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spudthedestroyer wrote:
Tremors 1 rules :)


True :-)
Tremors 3, however, was very funny. I got this one german dubbed. And believe me: It had by now the worst translation I ever experienced. I am almost sure they used Babel Fish for it.


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Mine is Braindead. I think I have seen it around 60 times.


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here are my most watched
the evil dead, Dead by Dawn & The Medieval Dead
mulholland dr
Alien
dawn of the dead
the burning
re-animator
henry, portrait of a serial killer
tenebre
nightmare before christmas
blue velvet
starship troopers

have tried 2 watch BWP 2or3 times now but turned it off every time now, man itz boring........................can't remember any other horror film that i done that to

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Ah, Nightmare Before Christmas. Great flick. I also love Big Lebowski and Titus with Anthony Hopkins.


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