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Old 07-19-2011, 01:02 AM   #16
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Old 07-19-2011, 02:03 AM   #18
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Wow.

Did that exist already??
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Old 07-19-2011, 02:29 AM   #20
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I made it a couple years ago for a different post and managed to find it on google again. Couldnt find it on my harddrive. Shabby masking around his head, but it was a quicky
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Shabby masking around his head, but it was a quicky
Sounds like when Lance's Mom was paid to service a leper colony.
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I'm shaking my head at that one, but still laughed
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Reminds me of an old joke, very appropriate here:


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Old 07-19-2011, 02:40 AM   #24
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What do you mean when you call horror an exploitation film? They aren't snuff films. There's a lot of films which feature death and murder but it doesn't make it real. Are James Bond with his licence to kill exploitative?

All the best films are contain a theme or message that transcends its plot. The original Dawn Of The Dead was much more about flesh eating zombies. George Romero wrote the film with the theme about humans basic desire is to mindlessly consume. The dead are walking and their most basic drive is to visit a large shopping mall before anything else. What the film is trying to say is that as humans we tend to wrapped up in our love for consumerism.
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Yet another film that highlights the theme of consumerism. It seems the film called The Stuff isn't as daft as I first thought. I need to try and watch it all the way through sometime.

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I remember seeing people protesting over the fact Coca Cola had changed the taste of Coke. One women said that her baby's first word was 'coke' and her second word was 'mommy'. That's rather pathetic isn't it? All that fuss over a drink? There's far more important things in life. The Stuff seems like a film that highlights this type of insanity.
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