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Originally Posted by Jace of Ultramar View Post
I will definitely agree with that. Since last week, I've watched Pandorum, Cabin in the Woods and plan on watching Wolf Creek tonight. I've also watched the first of each of their series of Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Halloween (the original), and Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The gore was certainly there, but, so we're the laughs. I see what @ntaw was talking about.
Honestly, I think there is more of actual horror in novels than movies. Still, I'd like to see someone make a good on screen version of H.P. Lovecraft's work.
They exsist. The Lovecraft Appreciation Society- i think what its called - do movies of his films, they arent high budget or anything but I think they are pretty decent. Ill see if i can find them for you.

Originally Posted by Tawa View Post

The Old World just became a fart in the bath.....
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