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    I can't believe Luka liked Glengarry

    Thought he'd shit on it

    And on my dreams
    Αι ψυχαί οσμώνται καθ΄ Άιδην.

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    Yeah I completely agree that Nightmare on Elm Street is possibly the best ever idea for a horror film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IdleRich View Post
    Yeah I completely agree that Nightmare on Elm Street is possibly the best ever idea for a horror film.
    I mean Jaws is a fantastic film and very scary when they're involved... but... you know, don't go in the sea.

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    Surely nobody dislikes Glengarry Glen Ross!

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    Luka would dislike it just to annoy me

    Oh it was deeply primitive

    Deeply stupid

    Not as clever a rambo 4
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    Quote Originally Posted by IdleRich View Post
    Yeah I completely agree that Nightmare on Elm Street is possibly the best ever idea for a horror film.
    In Wes Craven's New Nightmare the lead ends up meeting Wes himself and he says that he had to keep making Elm Street films because they were keeping Freddy bound to that world and preventing the evil animating him from seeping into ours.
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    Makes sense to me... also the films are not always executed well enough to do justice to the idea. Though when your fifteen or whatever they more than do the job. Though you tell you're friends you weren't at all scared while drinking pints of espresso whenever they not looking.
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    Strange film in that it is a children's film in all respects (no nudity even) but it has an 18 certificate

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    How she sets all those Beano comic booby traps for Freddie at the end. Home Alone before Home Alone

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    Love that film. Was always a great one to use to teach Film & Psychoanalysis.

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    I love that shot of Freddy appearing through the wall.

    pss-elm-street.jpg

    Good soundtrack too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyL View Post
    Love that film. Was always a great one to use to teach Film & Psychoanalysis.
    Tell us more.

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    The return of the repressed, pretty much.

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