Started by TenseAndSober, April 22, 2003, 05:01:56 PM
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Quote from: modagewatched The Bad Seed last night, probably because it came out on dvd recently and i've been brushing up on that 'evil kids' subgenre. the film was okay but kind of more of a melodrama than a horror film, village/children of the damned did a better job with that kind of thing. there are some really over-the-top performances in this too which make it pretty watchable and the ending is great. pretty much the only problem with it is that its 2 hours and 9 minutes long! ouch, it probably could've/should've been like 85 minutes and you could've really gotten the same thing across. there is a lot of padding and it stretches to an almost unbearable length considering what it is. but if anyone watches it stay tuned after the film for hilarious credits sequence where all the actors come back out and smile just to let you know "its only a movie!"
Quote from: polkabluesApparently when they did "The Bad Seed" as a stage show (with all the same actors), they would end the performance with a bit where the little girl would get spanked by the actress who played the mom. Nowadays you'd have to go to a very bad part of town to see that on stage.
Quote from: Find Your Magali 2 years agoBlack Sunday (aka The Mask of Satan)
Quote from: modageSPOILERS MAJOR whether the kids were murdering everyone, or whether the 'ghosts' were dead or not, or whether the housekeepers had a conspiracy or whether she was going insane END SPOILERS
Quote from: MacGuffin on May 11, 2006, 12:57:35 AMYuzna Announces New Re-Animator TrilogyAccording to Fango, the company has a few titles in the can already (with titles like Doomed, Battlespace, and Darkworld ... cool), but their big plan is to reunite the original Re-Animator / Bride of Re-Animator gang (producer Yuzna, director Stuart Gordon, screenwriter Dennis Paoli, and actors Bruce Abbott & Jeffrey Combs) for a White House-based sequel entitled House of Re-Animator (the gang hopes this will be chapter one in an all-new Re-Animator trilogy). Yuzna also hopes to get William H. Macy to play the president, and it might not be all that difficult; Macy recently starred in the David Mamet adaptation Edmond -- which was directed by Stuart Gordon.