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Old October 20 2013, 10:10 PM   #16
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Re: Futuristic Horror Movies?

I feel no guilt in my love for Event Horizon, and this thread has inspired me to watch it again. It builds a great, scary atmosphere and sense of dread. The Dead Space videogame pays great homage to it.

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Hellraiser Bloodline
The original Hellraiser is my favourite horror film, but the franchise overall really is a mess. Still, I find Bloodline very enjoyable and it would have been a really great movie if the studio hadn't butchered it so much.

It's the last movie of the series to really try to tell an interesting Hellraiser story, rather than just be a psychological thriller with Pinhead slapped on, until Revelations. And that film is depressingly rushed and cheap.
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Old October 20 2013, 10:18 PM   #17
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Re: Futuristic Horror Movies?

I recently picked up EH on Blu Ray, but I don't want to watch it alone...unless I'm listening to the commentary track, then it's okay.
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Old October 20 2013, 11:43 PM   #18
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Just to show off, I actually edited the novelization of Event Horizon, which sold pretty well as I recall . . . .
I loved Event Horizon, the only thing that reduced the movie was the part where the rescue ship just about rams into the Event Horizon herself.

Does the book explain how this could possibly happen?

Honestly, that was sixteen years ago. I don't remember!
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Old October 21 2013, 12:02 AM   #19
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FUCKING GOOGLE IT!!!
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Old October 21 2013, 12:24 AM   #20
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FUCKING GOOGLE IT!!!
I did, and to be honest the pickin's were slim.

But I did find this:

http://www.horrormovies.org/database...ds/Futuristic/
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Old October 21 2013, 12:29 AM   #21
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I believe Resident Evil IV is animated and about Zombies on a Spaceship
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Old October 21 2013, 12:40 AM   #22
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I believe Resident Evil IV is animated and about Zombies on a Spaceship
Huh? Resident Evil IV the game is set in the present day, Resident Evil: Afterlife features no spaceships and set in the present day too.

Degeneration and Damnation (the CGI movies) are pretty contemporary too.
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Old October 21 2013, 12:45 AM   #23
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DalekJim wrote: View Post
I feel no guilt in my love for Event Horizon, and this thread has inspired me to watch it again. It builds a great, scary atmosphere and sense of dread. The Dead Space videogame pays great homage to it.

Chrysalis wrote: View Post
Hellraiser Bloodline
The original Hellraiser is my favourite horror film, but the franchise overall really is a mess. Still, I find Bloodline very enjoyable and it would have been a really great movie if the studio hadn't butchered it so much.

It's the last movie of the series to really try to tell an interesting Hellraiser story, rather than just be a psychological thriller with Pinhead slapped on, until Revelations. And that film is depressingly rushed and cheap.
Clive Barker has said that he wants to write the ultimate, absoutely final Hellraiser film where they completely and unequivocally kill off Pinhead for good this time, without the slightest possibility of bringing him back. I wonder if he's still working on that.

That being said, my favorite was the third film, I just got majorly creeped out by actually watching people being turned into Cenobites (and of course the nightclub massacre ).

And of course Terry Farrell.

Side note: Is there ANY truth to the rumor that Pinhead was supposed to appear in the final moments of Freddy vs. Jason? Supposedly he would have broken up a fight between them and calmly asked, "Gentlemen...what seems to be the problem?"
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Old October 21 2013, 12:57 AM   #24
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I believe Resident Evil IV is animated and about Zombies on a Spaceship
Huh? Resident Evil IV the game is set in the present day, Resident Evil: Afterlife features no spaceships and set in the present day too.

Degeneration and Damnation (the CGI movies) are pretty contemporary too.
Hmmm. Degeneration was what i was thinking of, but, yea, that was a blunder

I wonder what I am mixing it up with
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Old October 21 2013, 04:15 AM   #25
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Did somebody call for a horror expert?

Assuming you've seen Alien, which is easily the best, then I'd suggest the excellent Planet of the Vampires and Queen of Blood. If you're on the look-out for dumb fun, then go for Pandorum and Hellraiser: Bloodline.

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For some reason "Jason X" springs to mind...
It has some great moments but is largely bland and boring. New Line Cinema have never understood how to treat the franchise. I can watch the first 8 films over and over.
Alright, thanks!

I really enjoyed Daybreakers as well. I'd love to see something similar to this as well!
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Old October 21 2013, 08:17 AM   #26
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Pandorum was a spaceship based horror show and i would highly recommend it.

If you like animation, i would also recommend Dead Space: Downfall and Dead Space Aftermath
Both movies are based on the horror space game Dead Space.
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Old October 21 2013, 05:42 PM   #27
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Clive Barker has said that he wants to write the ultimate, absoutely final Hellraiser film where they completely and unequivocally kill off Pinhead for good this time, without the slightest possibility of bringing him back. I wonder if he's still working on that.
Well, Pinhead dies for good in the film Bloodline. Barker has finished work on a novel called The Scarlet Gospel, which is going to also kill him off forever, and has recently submitted it to his publisher. Sadly though, he's left it so long that it almost seems pointless killing off Pinhead forever, as the franchise has been essentially dead for years and years.

Side note: Is there ANY truth to the rumor that Pinhead was supposed to appear in the final moments of Freddy vs. Jason? Supposedly he would have broken up a fight between them and calmly asked, "Gentlemen...what seems to be the problem?"
I've heard this many times, but I don't fully buy it. Did they really think they'd be able to get the rights?

Freddy vs Jason has a lot to like about it, but is hindered by a cast of victims that are the worst in any slasher I've seen. Apart from scream queen Katherine Isabelle from the Ginger Snaps trilogy.
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Old October 21 2013, 06:08 PM   #28
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It's not futuristic, but you might enjoy The Thing.

Lifeforce. Would Lifeforce qualify? It's got vampirism after all.
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Old October 21 2013, 06:31 PM   #29
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EmoBorg wrote: View Post
Pandorum was a spaceship based horror show and i would highly recommend it.

If you like animation, i would also recommend Dead Space: Downfall and Dead Space Aftermath
Both movies are based on the horror space game Dead Space.
Hmmm...Maybe Dead Space was what I was thinking of.
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I feel no guilt in my love for Event Horizon, and this thread has inspired me to watch it again. It builds a great, scary atmosphere and sense of dread. The Dead Space videogame pays great homage to it.

Chrysalis wrote: View Post
Hellraiser Bloodline
The original Hellraiser is my favourite horror film, but the franchise overall really is a mess. Still, I find Bloodline very enjoyable and it would have been a really great movie if the studio hadn't butchered it so much.

It's the last movie of the series to really try to tell an interesting Hellraiser story, rather than just be a psychological thriller with Pinhead slapped on, until Revelations. And that film is depressingly rushed and cheap.
Clive Barker has said that he wants to write the ultimate, absoutely final Hellraiser film where they completely and unequivocally kill off Pinhead for good this time, without the slightest possibility of bringing him back. I wonder if he's still working on that.

That being said, my favorite was the third film, I just got majorly creeped out by actually watching people being turned into Cenobites (and of course the nightclub massacre ).

And of course Terry Farrell.

Side note: Is there ANY truth to the rumor that Pinhead was supposed to appear in the final moments of Freddy vs. Jason? Supposedly he would have broken up a fight between them and calmly asked, "Gentlemen...what seems to be the problem?"
i had always heard that rumor about Pinhead in Freddy vs Jason as well. i recently watched Crystal Lake Memories, a seven hour documentary about the films and they didn't mention this when they discussed alternate endings.
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