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We watched Bad Taste (again) today and we're sitting here wondering how one can create the greatest movie ever made as well as the grossest movie ever made. Now that's what I call being diverse.
Posted by on January 5, 2003 05:11 PM | Permalink
OK, that picture just destroyed my desire to see the movie. I couldn't make it through "Dead Alive" ... I love horror, but I can't deal with anything dealing with the head...
January 5, 2003 05:28 PM
What'd you think about Dead Alive?
Giant Zombie Ribs attacking, ears in the pudding, and one of the greatest lines of dialogue in cinema history:
"I kick ass for The Lord."
Yeah, I like Peter Jackson's stuff, even The Frighteners. Always something interesting going on.
Meet The Feebles is still my favorite Peter Jackson flick above all others, though.
Kevin Parrott |
January 5, 2003 05:29 PM
Dead Alive is where it's at. You can't beat a movie that climaxes with one man, a room full of zombies, and his trusty lawn mower. Meet the Feebles outside of a few selected moments never really did much for me. The disgusting antics of a bunch of burnt out muppets gets old after about twenty minutes. It's the only Peter Jackson movie that I thought was, well, boring. The Vietnam flashback sequence was priceless though.
January 5, 2003 05:55 PM
Thank you! Thank you!
I've been trying for months to remember the name of that movie - and now I have it, Bad Taste! Hooray!
I've not seen it since high school!
January 5, 2003 06:23 PM
Now that is one fucking great movie. Punting an alien head through a window is something I hope I get to do before I die.
January 5, 2003 07:28 PM
Whereas fighting the enlarged zombie corpse of my abusive mother on the roof of her house is something I hope to do before I die...
Well that and see Rivendell.
January 6, 2003 04:48 AM