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I was a Tom Savini fan back in the early 90's, I thought he was the best. But now I think his former apprentice, Greg Nicotero is the best. Before Tom, it was definately Ray Harryhausen. As a child, Clash of the Titans & Jason and the Argonauts had the best special effects ever. Then the Friday the 13th series made me a huge Savini fan. (I used to read ALOT of Fangoria magazine growing up.) :)
Ha Ha! I THOUGHT that title sounded vaguely familiar. After seeing the clip, it's all coming back to me. Definite early 70's movie. ARE you watching a horror movie or did you just do a little too much of the good "party stuff" type atmosphere to it. (child of the late 60's early 70's here)
If redone today it has the potential to be just another Saturday afternoon SYFY channel attractive teens get eaten by zombies movie or.................with the great special effects we have now........well, we'll see. But anything that creates another zombie movie:
Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I'll try again tomorrow.
Mary Anne Radmacher
This past Halloween, we did a challenge where folks picked their favorite obscure zombie film and discussed it. There were lots of great titles in there, and my pick was “Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things.” Well, I was reading an interview with horror legend Tom Savini (please tell me you know who that is) and he revealed that this summer he will begin production on the long awaited remake of the film. This has potential to be a great, gory, messy zombie movie. I’ll keep my ears open for more info.
Here is a link to my original review
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