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    Thanks for the ride...

    Creep Show 2...Thanks for the Ride Lady...CLASSIC!

    ANyone where anything about CreepShow 3? LIke idea's what will be the stories?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRoseRomeo
    Creep Show 2...Thanks for the Ride Lady...CLASSIC!

    ANyone where anything about CreepShow 3? LIke idea's what will be the stories?
    Creepshow 3 wich is told to come out this year, featuring horror tales souch as, alternative realities ("Alice"), possessed communication devices ("The Radio"), vampires and serial killers in lust ("Call Girl"), mad inventors ("The Professor's Wife"), and hauntings from beyond ("Haunted Dog").
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trioxin245
    Creepshow 3 which is told to come out this year, featuring horror tales souch as, alternative realities ("Alice"), possessed communication devices ("The Radio"), vampires and serial killers in lust ("Call Girl"), mad inventors ("The Professor's Wife"), and hauntings from beyond ("Haunted Dog").
    Hmmm, sounds.....odd


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    Creepshow is easily one of the best horror flicks ever. I love both of them, but the first rules.
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    I really have a hard time understanding Sylvia she speaks to low & also in Fathers Day, Aunt Bedelia is talking.about what on the tombstone?? "Turn over turn" "back in line" ... then she talks about her dad 'taught us all

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    Yesssssss!!! Freaking love Creepshow! What a cast! Brilliant writing! The score, make up effects, humor, and art style, it has everything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassman View Post
    Trioxin, I wouldn't get my hopes up for "Creepshow 3", if I were you. I may be mistaken but I believe it is being made by the same people that made....*gag*....Sorry, I had to vomit alittle bit..."Day of the Dead 2"
    Quite correct prediction. The third installment in the franchise is quite inferior in every respect to the previous two. The fact that Romero, Savini, Rubinstein and Stephen King were not involved in the third installment is obviously the main reason for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRoseRomeo View Post
    Creep Show 2...Thanks for the Ride Lady...CLASSIC!
    I found the third story to be the weakest one. The first two (gotta love the Indian dude who is obsessed about "going to Hollywood, man!", and the jock who keeps coming up with "Spanglish" witticisms: "Mucho ecological, Pancho, mucho ecological!"), and the animated tie-in story, were the best.

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    There's a Creepshow 3? None of the original creators involved? Wow, glad I never heard of it.

    As far as Creepshow 2, I loved the third story even though you're right, JDP, it was the weakest of the three. Stephen King's character cracked me the F up, haha. "Some guy just got creamed that's what happened." Lol who talks like that.
    "That's the deal, right? The people who are living have it harder, right? … the whole world is haunted now and there's no getting out of that, not until we're dead."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moon Knight View Post
    There's a Creepshow 3? None of the original creators involved? Wow, glad I never heard of it.
    You did not miss much. It might have been more enjoyable as a totally different horror anthology, but trying to associate it with the first two just made its shortcomings more obvious. A film not anywhere near the same level as the Romero-King ones.

    As far as Creepshow 2, I loved the third story even though you're right, JDP, it was the weakest of the three.
    Yes, I like it too, but not as much as the other ones. I thought that story was more predictable and generic.

    Stephen King's character cracked me the F up, haha. "Some guy just got creamed that's what happened." Lol who talks like that.
    There's so many funny and amusing bits of dialogue in that movie. Romero did a great job adapting those King stories to the screen.







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    "Paid and laid." Hahahaha I'll have to watch that one again.
    "That's the deal, right? The people who are living have it harder, right? … the whole world is haunted now and there's no getting out of that, not until we're dead."

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