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The new TX Chainsaw Massacre

Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by TheGumby, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. TheGumby Claymation Belt

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    Just got back from the screening and was wondering if anyone else has seen this gem of a film? If you like horror movies and can go into them with more of a sense of a comedy, (how stupid the protagonists are ... etc etc) this one is awesome. Delivered some of the best laughs I have had in a while. The main girls first encounter with leatherface is fucking GOLDEN. Run away ... fall down first flight of moderately easy stairs... somehow completely botch and fail a litteral 2 foot little cemetary ground fence seriously coulda fucking bunnyhopped that shit... Gets up and instead of just continuing to run from gimped slow chainsaw wielding foe hides in the one open grave right in front of the guy... like there is no way he didnt see her get in the grave lmao.
     
  2. Blood Python Silver Belt

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    have u seen the original?
     
  3. YPMG Patriot Nation

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    Horror has just turned into gore porn - I haven't been scared since the Exorcist and It.
     
  4. El Chimpo Cruel Man Platinum Member

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    yup...Insidious was on the right path but they screwed the pooch with the second half of the movie
     
  5. Slick_36 Bad Man from Borger, Texas

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    Agreed. The Thing is the only movie I can think of that genuinely scared me as an adult. Though there was a movie about a pandemic recently that had me horrified from the trailer. But I have no idea how the movie was.
     
  6. the gorilla Blue Belt

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    Was it " contagion"?
     
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    American horror is just blood and gore. I prefer Japanese or more of the supernatural types of movies, which is actually terrifying.
     
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    I could not sleep without some source of light on for years after watching that.
     
  9. Slick_36 Bad Man from Borger, Texas

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    Probably. I completely avoided it though. I'm not interested in a horror that's a real possibility right now. There's no relief to be had at the end of the movie. Just paranoia.
    Lmao I was scarred when I was 4 after watching Child's Play. I couldn't watch a scary movie for 6 years after that until I watched It at my friend's sleepover. I LOVED that movie and wasn't even the slightest bit scared. I can't stomach gore porn like a Saw but real horror movies rarely tend to garner any fear in me.
     
  10. YPMG Patriot Nation

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    I'm still petrified of clowns! To top it off I'm 5'10 and well built....
     
  11. El Chimpo Cruel Man Platinum Member

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    It has me terrified of storm drains....strange how that works
     
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    I honestly.. thought the movie IT was just awful.. just didn't do it for me, even when I saw it as a kid I didn't like it that much.
     
  13. Bob Gray Deadlights Belt Platinum Member

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    Aside from Currys percormance, it's a complete failure IMO.
     
  14. Velasquez FC Sea Level > Altitude

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    Remember when creepy japanese girls was the horror movie craze? Shit those little fuckers still keep me up at night.
     
  15. Velasquez FC Sea Level > Altitude

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    Horror cliche: It's never the pretty one..
     
  16. Det Kimble <img src="http://img22.imageshack.us/img22/6586/ba

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    While Hollow Man isn't EXACTLY a horror movie, Rhona Mitra put on an excellent performance...

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  17. Det Kimble <img src="http://img22.imageshack.us/img22/6586/ba

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    That's because Rhona IS Lara Croft.

     
  18. Velasquez FC Sea Level > Altitude

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    What the heck... I never seen this before..
     
  19. Blood Python Silver Belt

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    Does Grandpa make an appearance?

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    Oh and obligatory original TCM gif. My fav movie btw

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