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Reply #30 posted 01/31/18 7:56am

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Reply #31 posted 02/01/18 2:49am

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Glad people finally mentioned Shaun of the Dead and Zombieland. Disappointing that nobody has mentioned this classic yet, though:


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Reply #32 posted 02/01/18 9:59am

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^That looks wild but the sequel sounds absolutely INSANE!

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Reply #33 posted 02/01/18 10:50am

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RodeoSchro said:

^That looks wild but the sequel sounds absolutely INSANE!


Both great! In the first one, although they’re referred to as zombies they actually behave like draugr, which gives it another layer of interest/complexity.
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Reply #34 posted 02/01/18 11:26am

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Lianachan said:

RodeoSchro said:

^That looks wild but the sequel sounds absolutely INSANE!

Both great! In the first one, although they’re referred to as zombies they actually behave like draugr, which gives it another layer of interest/complexity.

both of them are streaming on shudder. i've glanced at them a good number of times, but never quite felt motivated to take the plunge.

i'm free this afternoon, & it's too cold for a jog, so i'll give them a shot now.

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Reply #35 posted 02/01/18 11:51am

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damosuzuki said:



Lianachan said:


RodeoSchro said:

^That looks wild but the sequel sounds absolutely INSANE!



Both great! In the first one, although they’re referred to as zombies they actually behave like draugr, which gives it another layer of interest/complexity.

both of them are streaming on shudder. i've glanced at them a good number of times, but never quite felt motivated to take the plunge.


i'm free this afternoon, & it's too cold for a jog, so i'll give them a shot now.


Is shudder worthwhile? I’ve been swithering about signing up.
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Reply #36 posted 02/01/18 12:03pm

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Lianachan said:

damosuzuki said:

both of them are streaming on shudder. i've glanced at them a good number of times, but never quite felt motivated to take the plunge.

i'm free this afternoon, & it's too cold for a jog, so i'll give them a shot now.

Is shudder worthwhile? I’ve been swithering about signing up.

i personally am very happy with shudder. i think they've done a pretty good job of providing novel, interesting content, not just obvious things. i've found neat little oddities like 'belladonna of sadness,' a good cross-section of korean & japanese stuff, fun little indie things like 'the editor' & 'manborg.' i wish the catalogue was larger, but you can only expect so much for $50/yr, i suppose.

content varies by region as well, of course, so i can't comment on what you'd be able to access in your country.

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Reply #37 posted 02/02/18 9:34am

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damosuzuki said:

Lianachan said:

damosuzuki said: Is shudder worthwhile? I’ve been swithering about signing up.

i personally am very happy with shudder. i think they've done a pretty good job of providing novel, interesting content, not just obvious things. i've found neat little oddities like 'belladonna of sadness,' a good cross-section of korean & japanese stuff, fun little indie things like 'the editor' & 'manborg.' i wish the catalogue was larger, but you can only expect so much for $50/yr, i suppose.

content varies by region as well, of course, so i can't comment on what you'd be able to access in your country.


Cool, cheers.

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Reply #38 posted 02/03/18 6:50pm

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Lianachan said:

Glad people finally mentioned Shaun of the Dead and Zombieland. Disappointing that nobody has mentioned this classic yet, though:



Not surprised they would be mentioned since they are relatively new

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Reply #39 posted 02/04/18 9:25am

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I love zombie movies.

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Night of the Living Dead -'68

Night of the Living Dead - '90

Dawn of the Dead - '78

Day of the Dead - '85?

Land of the Dead

Diary of the Dead

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Dawn of the Dead 2004

Shock Waves

Return of the Living Dead.

I Eat Your Skin

Children Shoudn't Play with Dead Things

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I don't know if this is a true zombie movie but: Re-Animator

Shaun of the Dead

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Also some people say these are not zombie movies but: 28 Days Later & 28 Weeks Later

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Reply #40 posted 02/04/18 10:46am

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Prince was a scary zombie on Graffiti Bridge.

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Reply #41 posted 02/04/18 2:13pm

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ShaggyDog said:

purplethunder3121 said:

I was just about to post this; love that movie!

Image result for shaun of the dead

For anyone that hasn't seen it, here is the the terrific scene where they zombies attack the pub to the sounds of Don't Stop Me Now by Queen on the jukebox. Warning - there is a little NSFW language at the end. And some zobie violence too, naturally.



I remember an earlier scene when a zombie creeps up in the backyard of Shaun's house, and they forage through the garage for some weapons to kill the zombie but they could only find a stack of old vinyl records. Shaun's friend says they can chop off the zombie's head by hurling the record at its head like a frisbee. But the first vinyl record they pull out is Purple Rain, and Shaun freaks out. "Hell no! You can't use that reecord. It's a classic! Why don't we find some Coldplay record instead?"

spit falloff typing


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Reply #42 posted 02/04/18 2:53pm

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728huey said:



ShaggyDog said:




purplethunder3121 said:



I was just about to post this; love that movie!


Image result for shaun of the dead





For anyone that hasn't seen it, here is the the terrific scene where they zombies attack the pub to the sounds of Don't Stop Me Now by Queen on the jukebox. Warning - there is a little NSFW language at the end. And some zobie violence too, naturally.





I remember an earlier scene when a zombie creeps up in the backyard of Shaun's house, and they forage through the garage for some weapons to kill the zombie but they could only find a stack of old vinyl records. Shaun's friend says they can chop off the zombie's head by hurling the record at its head like a frisbee. But the first vinyl record they pull out is Purple Rain, and Shaun freaks out. "Hell no! You can't use that reecord. It's a classic! Why don't we find some Coldplay record instead?"

spit falloff typing




Ed: 'Purple Rain'?
Shaun: No.
Ed: 'Sign o' the Times'?
Shaun: Definitely not.
Ed: The 'Batman' soundtrack?
Shaun: Throw it.
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Reply #43 posted 02/05/18 3:35pm

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Lianachan said:

728huey said:


I remember an earlier scene when a zombie creeps up in the backyard of Shaun's house, and they forage through the garage for some weapons to kill the zombie but they could only find a stack of old vinyl records. Shaun's friend says they can chop off the zombie's head by hurling the record at its head like a frisbee. But the first vinyl record they pull out is Purple Rain, and Shaun freaks out. "Hell no! You can't use that reecord. It's a classic! Why don't we find some Coldplay record instead?"

spit falloff typing


Ed: 'Purple Rain'? Shaun: No. Ed: 'Sign o' the Times'? Shaun: Definitely not. Ed: The 'Batman' soundtrack? Shaun: Throw it.

lol lol lol lol

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Reply #44 posted 02/07/18 9:22am

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Lianachan said:

728huey said:


I remember an earlier scene when a zombie creeps up in the backyard of Shaun's house, and they forage through the garage for some weapons to kill the zombie but they could only find a stack of old vinyl records. Shaun's friend says they can chop off the zombie's head by hurling the record at its head like a frisbee. But the first vinyl record they pull out is Purple Rain, and Shaun freaks out. "Hell no! You can't use that reecord. It's a classic! Why don't we find some Coldplay record instead?"

spit falloff typing


Ed: 'Purple Rain'? Shaun: No. Ed: 'Sign o' the Times'? Shaun: Definitely not. Ed: The 'Batman' soundtrack? Shaun: Throw it.

lol

Don't believe what you hear
Don't believe what you see...
I know that the tide is turning 'round
So don't let the bastards grind you down!
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Reply #45 posted 02/07/18 9:30am

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Lianachan said:

728huey said:


I remember an earlier scene when a zombie creeps up in the backyard of Shaun's house, and they forage through the garage for some weapons to kill the zombie but they could only find a stack of old vinyl records. Shaun's friend says they can chop off the zombie's head by hurling the record at its head like a frisbee. But the first vinyl record they pull out is Purple Rain, and Shaun freaks out. "Hell no! You can't use that reecord. It's a classic! Why don't we find some Coldplay record instead?"

spit falloff typing


Ed: 'Purple Rain'? Shaun: No. Ed: 'Sign o' the Times'? Shaun: Definitely not. Ed: The 'Batman' soundtrack? Shaun: Throw it.

hrmph hmm disbelief batman

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Reply #46 posted 02/07/18 9:59am

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Batdance is ass.

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Reply #47 posted 02/07/18 10:07am

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2freaky4church1 said:

Batdance is ass.

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