squid2004 said:Meh, it was ok... didn't live up to the hype unfortunately.
I wish there were truly scarey movies out these days but I'd say the last "scarey" movie that freaked me out was Sixth Sense :frown:
dave22 said:I thought Saw was a waste of money. If I could un-watch it I would.
I agree. I wouldn't have killed the bad guy, just shot him in the balls or something to prevent any sneaky get away tactics. But Hollywood just loves holes in the plot to let the bad guy get away and kill again.Stunner said:Danny Glover seemed kinda out of place to me for that movie IMO. Next time just shoot the guy when you surprise him in his own lair! So frustrating!!
NsXMas said:I agree. I wouldn't have killed the bad guy, just shot him in the balls or something to prevent any sneaky get away tactics. But Hollywood just loves holes in the plot to let the bad guy get away and kill again.
squid2004 said:***SPOILER ALERT***
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they would have killed the wrong guy if he did that, from what I remember. That guy was just another victim carrying out the sickos demands.
Or maybe I misunderstood the film. Been a while since I've seen it.
White92 said:Rob Zombie is the man! He lost a ton of money on that movie and it almost never saw the light of day. Nobody wanted it.
Stunner said:Yeah but that movie definitely freaked me out! Left it open for a sequel too. Considering the amount of money flushed down the drain however on the first House of 1000 Corpses a sequel seems to be a pretty fictious thought.
caseycarson said:Actually, I a sequel is currently in the making to 1000 Corpses. I never saw it. I'll have to check it out.