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This looks good, just got released on DVD a week ago.
or is it more like evil dead 1 3.0?
In fact, I dont even know if this is the right thread for it haha, I hope it is... the story certanly seems like it.
Not sure if this has been posted, but Leprechaun origins is coming out in march 2013, Warrick Davies isn't playing the Leprechaun. Apparently it's being made by WWE (yeah, the wrestling company, I was suprised too), and a wreslter is replacing Davies.
Leprechaun in space is where I drew the line and I thought a reboot was a good idea, but Davies was brilliant as the Leprechaun and I'm sad he won't be in it.
And oh yeah, Hammer has a youtube channel now http://www.youtube.com/user/hammerfilms/
And you can't make a Leprechaun film without Davies. Made with WWE? Let me gues, John Cena as The Leprechaun. ;)
Courtesy of B-D.com, here's the creepy poster for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D:
I'm glad you agree on the new Leprechaun film. Replacing Davies will be just as big a disaster as replacing Englund was for the Nightmare On Elm Street reboot. I'll probably see it anyway but my expectations are really low. I'm suprised it's not straight to DVD.
I haven't been following the new TCM film. I find it wierd how they decided to just forget about every film except the first one, but it could be a good idea. I'm glad it's not a remake. What I'm not keen on is that it's 3D, Texas Chainsaw Massacre IMAX has a much better ring to it ;)
Having just watched that, my first thought was about Alexandra Daddario's eyes
<img src="http://static.tvguide.com/MediaBin/Galleries/Shows/S_Z/Wa_Wh/White_Collar/season2/white-collar-53.jpg" />
I still have not had a second thought.
And Like you, I also like how this is a direct sequel to the original, but set in 2012.
Thanks a million matey. I also have, from the elbow up on that arm, Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Chucky, Ghostface(Scream) and Leatherface. The plan is to finish the full sleeve with Jack from the Shining and Kathy Bates from Misery.. It's all about the money.. :(
I am so seeing this film! However, I'm slightly concerned. I'm not seeing much about the family (although fortunately imdb and wiki mention several Sawyers so that's probably al right. Gimme T&A, gimme chainsaws, gimme Leatherface and my girl next to me squeezing the blood out of my right arm and I'm in horror fan heaven!
*Looks at own arm, sees one tattoo of the West Ham badge, cries in shame*
Seriously though, that's awesome.
That is very, very cool, and a definite horror fanatic, if I've ever seen one.
AWESOME tattoo there!
And by the way, old school is still the best stuff IMO.
Good to have you among us, @OddJaws!
Alas not yet. :( But there's plenty of room on my legs!! :)
Saying that though, there are some really cool, original horror films put out in this day and age, like Outpost.
The Silence of the Lambs
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
A Nightmare on Elm Street
May (of course)
The House Of The Devil
Friday The 13th
The Toolbox Murders
30 Days Of Night
I'm not a fan of Tatts, but that Lector one is mighty impressive. Welcome to MI6 Community @OddJaws, it's always nice to see another horror fan on the forum.
I'm a big slasher fan. Not sure about my all time top 10 horror films but a few Friday The 13th films, The Exorcist, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Scream and Bride Of Chucky would definetly be up there.