Thread: Rare Horror on VHS

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    • 12 years 11 months ago
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    child's play 1-3 are rare in the uk.
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    Quote by Black_Towr
    Fright Night is a fun movie. I used to hangout with Stephen Geophries (Evil Ed) when i was in high school.


    Cool! he was a great actor in the 80's and early 90's before he made his startling carreer in gay porno movies in the late 90's to 2002 with titles like "Butt-Blazer", "CockPit", "Lube Job Bi Day, Lube Job Bisexual at night", "Hunk Hotel" and "Latin Crotch Rockets".
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    eww.. did you have to mention the gay porn names lol
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    I'm glad you brought this up. My family and I are huge fans of this old underrated 1981 made-for-t.v. horror movie called "Dark Night Of The Scarecrow." We watch it every Halloween as a family tradition. Anyone else heard of this movie? It's a good scare-fest without the gore. It basically about a man who has a brain of about a 5 year-old that gets killed in a scarecrow and comes back to seek revenge on those who killed him.
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    I've run across that movie several times and I think it wants me to watch it. Some of those old made-for-TV movies are pretty good (and pretty hard to find).

    I just picked up: Scream for Help!, Honeymoon, House of Death, Funland, The Rejuvenator, The Last Terror, and a bunch other old, crappy vhs titles.
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    I bought a VHS of Tom Savini's horror effects. Like a 50 minute video of him in his shop. Pretty cool, especially for $1.97!
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    I love Savini and that is another title I'd like to add to my library of old horror. Have you seen Two Evil Eyes? His work on that film is fucking awesome.

    If you get the 2-disc from Blue Underground, there is this interview where he shows you all of his masks and some creature creations of his. It's pretty cool.
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    I have "The Company of Wolves" and "Fright Night" on DVD.

    The best VHS horror I've found was "Play Dead" for $2.00

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082914/

    And "Dolls" for $.50

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0092906/
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    • 12 years 8 months ago
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    Quote by Angelmessenger1980
    I'm glad you brought this up. My family and I are huge fans of this old underrated 1981 made-for-t.v. horror movie called "Dark Night Of The Scarecrow." We watch it every Halloween as a family tradition. Anyone else heard of this movie? It's a good scare-fest without the gore. It basically about a man who has a brain of about a 5 year-old that gets killed in a scarecrow and comes back to seek revenge on those who killed him.


    Awesome movie. I don't think I've seen it in at LEAST 20 years, but it definitely left an impression on my psyche. The mark of a truly great horror movie. Really needs a DVD release...
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    • 11 years 11 months ago
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    I have big boxes of box the Eerie Midnight Horror Show and Buried Alive aka: Beyond the Darkness, I also have the uncut version of Fight for Your Life and the 1st release of The Original Dawn Of the Dead
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    • 11 years 11 months ago
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    I have a copy of Dark Night of the Scarecrow. Great movie.
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    Any 1 ever see house?

    It's creepy and some parts are funny in an Evil Dead kind of way. Like the guy gets attacked by the Blue Marlin mounted on his wall.lol
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    Quote by beefcakebob
    I have a copy of Dark Night of the Scarecrow. Great movie.


    I see where Chris Nolan got his inspiration for Scarecrow in Batman begins

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    Quote by Echidna64
    Any 1 ever see house?

    It's creepy and some parts are funny in an Evil Dead kind of way. Like the guy gets attacked by the Blue Marlin mounted on his wall.lol


    House is probably the only good thing that Richard Moll has ever done.
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    Quote by ImAllTheRage
    House is probably the only good thing that Richard Moll has ever done.


    What about Night Court? He was also the voice of Harvey Dent/Two Face in the 90's Batman Animated Series, the voice of Norman in Mighty Max...he's done lots of good stuff. Lots of not-so-good stuff too, but no reason to write him off.
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    Quote by ImAllTheRage
    House is probably the only good thing that Richard Moll has ever done.


    What about Night Court? He was also the voice of Harvey Dent/Two Face in the 90's Batman Animated Series, the voice of Norman in Mighty Max...he's done lots of good stuff. Lots of not-so-good stuff too, but no reason to write him off.


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