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Thread: Michael Jackson's "Thriller"

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    My biggest problem with Thriller was non-Horror related. One was that John Landis tried to get his music video listed as a short subject so it would get considered for an Oscar. My objection at that time was it would have made it harder for lower budgeted productions to compete. I think there were a few other things I had issue with, but ... I forget. And since the video was an homage(not rip off)to Horror, we're going to reference a lot of cool stuff. Still, like Neil said: Vincent Price. So it's all good.

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    I thought the funniest part of the video was when M.J. and his girlfriend were walking through the ghetto late at night after she made it obvious that the werewolf movie scared her and he's singing to her about ghouls and demons coming out to get her... and this seems to be cheering her up! XD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Furiousbunny View Post
    I always include thriller on my list of favorite zombie movies. Can't go wrong with zombies and Jackson, also the werewolf was pretty cool. Just one of those unique things that come around once and nobody even dares to copy.

    I thought it was more like a were-cat or something.

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    Remember when India made a rip-off of Thriller? (Or some other Asian country around that area) Pretty sure it was India though. A thing called "Golimar" or some such, which people put fake English subtitles to for humorous effect. Might have been taken down, but it was one of the first funny things on Youtube I saw, back around 06-07. So yeah, it has had imitators, but none have been able to surpass it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blind2d View Post
    Remember when India made a rip-off of Thriller? (Or some other Asian country around that area) Pretty sure it was India though. A thing called "Golimar" or some such, which people put fake English subtitles to for humorous effect. Might have been taken down, but it was one of the first funny things on Youtube I saw, back around 06-07. So yeah, it has had imitators, but none have been able to surpass it.
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