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Old 06-29-2003, 06:42 PM   #1
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I saw it the other week and it scared me and my friend...very good I thought, packed with action.

What did everyone else think of it?
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celiau2, i know wever never talked, but perhaps ill email you and scare you into believing im coming over for dinner tommorow.
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celiau2, i know wever never talked, but perhaps ill email you and scare you into believing im coming over for dinner tommorow.
lol go on then, what do u want to eat?
Monkey brains is my favourite dish.

I take it you didn't find it scary then...? Did u find the ring scary cos I thought that was crap!
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Sorry for interrupting your romance *g*
but.. while watching the movie i thought "well it's ok, not too good", i was a little dissapointed by some logical mistakes and some imho unnecessary constructs in the story (why the heck did they let go him inside that hut while they were refilling the taxi). Some things were too obvious (we all knew pretty early that the father had to die) but...
..it worked, when i drove home i saw some zombies in the moonlight shadow

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i havent seen the movie.

i did, however, have the misfortune of seeing the ring. i hate scary movies. theyre stupid, i know theyre bullshit but they still scare me and i hate that.
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Yeah some of it was pretty predictable! Especially that Hut part I agree lol

I think it depends on where, when and with who you watch a film that makes it scary!

I love horror movies but I rarely find any that scare me close to death - I like being scared!
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i havent seen the movie.

i did, however, have the misfortune of seeing the ring. i hate scary movies. theyre stupid, i know theyre bullshit but they still scare me and i hate that.
awww dont worry its not real
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Saw a preview about a month ago. I liked the flic. The start is great, when hes walking through deserted London, great pictures, great music.

In the end it gets a little weird, especially with those girls in the crazy house waiting to get raped. I mean, was this a sexual fantasy of the director? Very strange, duh.

Alltogether it was ok. I walked out of the cinema and was surprised to see the real world is different. Here.
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In the end it gets a little weird, especially with those girls in the crazy house waiting to get raped. I mean, was this a sexual fantasy of the director? Very strange, duh.

Yeah I have to say I think that thing with the 2 girls went on a bit too long and was pretty sick! I think you could be right about the director
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Films have ceased to scare me a long time ago. I could probably create a horror film 100x better than the ones out there, but it would probably get banned for being too scary.

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im easily frightened.

which would explain why i have a bag wrapped around my pepe at all times to prevent further embarassing accidents in public places.
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well the embarassment of waking up to a wet disaster in the morning and having to tell mother about it is a lot worse, trust me.
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im easily frightened.

which would explain why i have a bag wrapped around my pepe at all times to prevent further embarassing accidents in public places.
Paper or plastic?

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