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Popped my Uwe Boll cherry on this one.
Um... for any horror director wannabes: don't mix overly dramatic stage acting with docu-style filming. It just looks bad.
I cant remeber the name, but the movie was about a girl who gets a job working as a janitor at a funeral home and crazy stuff starts happening. I dont remember much, but i know the girl died in a car crash and was in purgatory and all the crazy stuff that was happening was the mortician preparing her body to be buried.
Some time ago, about two years actually, there was a movie on here called "Dark Woods" or something similiar to that. It was your typical teen camping trip gone wrong. I cant remember the exact title of it, but I loved it for how horrible it was. The main thing I remember about it was the jock character said "god! fucking bitches!" about 500 times. Does anyone remember the title of this movie?
Does anyone know where this will appear on FN? During a show, a film....? It's expected to premeire at about 2pm CST. HELP! I have to see this and can find no mention on this site.
I come here once a week to see whats been added I haven't seen sadly its gotten very repetitive. This week bless you was something new and good Descent 2 yes I had seen it on cable few years ago but it fit the bill Sunday night after my Walking Dead night. What I don't understand is why there isn't more variety less repetition and more widescreen, unrated movies and why did it go from what was it 6 to 3 per week. I don't get Fearnet HD in my town we used to have it and it got pulled from TimeWarner.
Why is there a small amout of movies and not alot of scary movies we can watch? There used to be at least 20 I think we could watch but now only 3. I' m just asking What happened to' em all?
Really? Mangler? Really? That was the best you could do? Oh, and what about the snooze-fest "Psych 9" I still haven't watched it to it's end because I get so damn bored. Yes, Friday the 13th, very cool, we get it, can't you dig into your archives for something more.... orphan. Long forgotten yet oh so chilling. There must be something frightening there. And "Warlock"? Really? Are we just catering to the vanilla horror fans or are we going to see some real films? And, no, they needn't be all blood and gore, its the story that counts but that the point I'm trying to make.