Even women and neilold are silent!!!!

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  1. neilold

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    Much enjoyed watching the movie in a quiet place. A creature feature with a family that must remain quiet in order to not get killed by creatures. An interesting concept, most of the film is obviously silent, and leads you to question how would you survive without making noise. An interesting concept, and a film that differs from the usual standard horror Fare. Well worth a watch
     
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    I might look into this one. Have you seen Inside No. 9? Horror-Comedy anthology series, they do a silent episode about cat burglars which I really enjoyed.
     
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    I haven't seen it but it gets some good reviews on 95% on Rotten Tomatoes. Can't say I'm a horror fan these days though. I also like the expression 'creature feature'.
     
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    it's not really a horror a such bluey. more your survival story. There's some interesting concepts. i.e no cars, or tv or mechanised materiel because of the noise, plus everyone creeps about and communicates by sign language. It's well worth a watch, an interesting idea, even if you don't like the movie, it makes you think. No I haven't seen inside number 9 deep space. I don't tend to like horror comedies, though I do love anthology horror movies. I also adore creature features. I will try to watch it though, since you recommend it.

    have you seen 'don't breathe' deep space. It sounds very similar to what you mention, only it isn't a comedy. I didn't think it was that great, but its not a bad watch and an interesting concept. You would enjoy it, I think. You may also enjoy wait until dark and hush as well.
     
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    I wish Neilold was silent.
     
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    I saw it. Utter guff.
     
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    @neilold where is Jason the Dragon these days?
     
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    Yeah Neil, maybe post some of his pm's about us!
     
  9. neilold

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    Dunno. I don't even remember him, let alone know where he is
     
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    Danny. PeejayHarvey. Iced Gemz....1000000000000 more.
     
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    They don't ring many bells either. I tend to remember the names of people that used to be on here, rather than what they had to say.
     
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    Inside No. 9 isn't like Shaun of the Dead horror-comedy. It's an anthology of macabre stories in the style of Tales of the Unexpected or the Twilight Zone. They're all gallows humour but some are darker than others. Some are just dark full stop. The episode I'm talking about is called "A Quiet Night In" from series one. Two cat burglars break into a posh house to steal a painting, and they gradually expose the seedy, dysfunctional lives of the occupants. It all takes place without dialogue because the occupants are still home. I haven't seen the other films but they'll go on the list.
     
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    i'll give it a watch. it's from the league of gentleman geezers isn't it? I don't tend to like their stuff, but I'll give it a go since it's not so comic by the sounds of it. I'll report back after I have watched it, and thanks for the recommend. I'm always happy to chat horror anytime
     
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    ...as long as you agree with me."
     
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    stop disagreeing with me. But ok, what do you want to talk about concerning horror movies???
     
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    watched the episode deepspace. Not bad, quite funny and dark, I liked the doll under the bed! I've seen similar sorts of stuff done before a few times. I may watch the rest of the series at some point. I'm not mad keen on horror series', but I am willing to give the odd episode a watch. I tend to focus more on films. However, I did enjoy a lot of the masters of horror series. You should try the episode 'imprint', or some of miike's films.
     
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    Whats your all time favorite number one horror movie ever Neil?
     
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    now that is worthy of debate. I would say the original evil dead, or an American werewolf in London. It's an insanely hard choice mind. what's yours and why?
     
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    Obviously my intention was to reply "Seen them, utter guff."

    But I can't because they are of course both complete masterpieces and I could never bring myself to do that to them.

    So let me think for a bit and then I shall give you a sensible response to my own.
     
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    Neil is fatasimograndstatndimispresimofrantangic.


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    And why do we love Neil? Consider.............................................

    Spaceman holds up a card, on the card is the 3 of clubs, Spaceman says Neil guess this card.


    Neil breathes in, thinks for a while and says THREE OF CLUBS

    Ppl are SO impressed

    “The guy has mega special powers beyond our knowledge”

    “Neil is super human”
     

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