you know I think it was the best they have done so far. I really liked it.Kristatos wrote:Just got back from the cinema. I thoroughly enjoyed it, much better than Into Darkness. In some ways, it felt more like an installment of the original movie franchise than the previous two movies. But I don't think that the purists would like it, the ones who miss the talkiness and heavy-handed moralising of the TV shows.
carl stromberg wrote:I started watching a Hammer film on Horror in the early evening then stopped as I wanted to check if there had been some cuts. Maybe it is best to watch the ones shown after nine in the evening.
Kristatos wrote:carl stromberg wrote:I started watching a Hammer film on Horror in the early evening then stopped as I wanted to check if there had been some cuts. Maybe it is best to watch the ones shown after nine in the evening.
I just watched The Two Faces of Dr Jekyll, with a screenplay by Wolf Mankowitz and music by Monty Norman. The latter surprised me somewhat, as I thought his only non-Bond composer credit was for the Cubby-produced Call Me Bwana. It's a film that divides opinion, as it is a somewhat atypical Hammer horror, and takes considerable liberties with the source material, but I really liked it. If nothing else, it proves once and for all that making a previously dark-haired character blond completely changes that character
carl stromberg wrote:I've never heard of that one!
carl stromberg wrote:I was watching Land of the Giants on the Horror Channel and they had a trailer for The Wicker Man which gave away the ending which was a bit odd.
carl stromberg wrote:I watched Lifeforce over the Halloween weekend.
Kristatos wrote:carl stromberg wrote:I watched Lifeforce over the Halloween weekend.
I haven't seen that, but I want to. I understand it's basically a Quatermass film with the serial numbers filed off. Where did you see it? TV, DVD, Netflix or what?
Omega wrote:Mechanic resurrection
It's a Jason statham movie so it didn't really suck just was what you'd expect .
Seems like directors have learned he doesn't have to talk, so he didn't for 95% of the movie .
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