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Old 01-15-2012, 01:02 PM   #41
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I'd didn't care for this one, pretty bad.
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frogs is such a beautiful, wonderful movie. first, the animals--giant marine toads, alligatos, tarantulas, lizards, snakes--are gorgeous, and the notion that they would sort of gather as a species would gather together to gang kill a bunch of good ole fashion southern gentry is a wonderful idea. sam elliot is great, and ray milland is at his kooky best. from the wonderful opening establishing shots of the various casulties throughout the lush, verdant swamp, to the satisfying, righteous vengeance meted out bysaid denizens, frogs is a smart, delightful little movie with a relevant message, and satisfying execution.

so na-nanny-boo-boo to y'all haters...
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Old 10-04-2012, 04:35 PM   #43
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frogs is such a beautiful, wonderful movie. first, the animals--giant marine toads, alligatos, tarantulas, lizards, snakes--are gorgeous, and the notion that they would sort of gather as a species would gather together to gang kill a bunch of good ole fashion southern gentry is a wonderful idea. sam elliot is great, and ray milland is at his kooky best. from the wonderful opening establishing shots of the various casulties throughout the lush, verdant swamp, to the satisfying, righteous vengeance meted out bysaid denizens, frogs is a smart, delightful little movie with a relevant message, and satisfying execution.

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LOL...I love it!!
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"Frogs"....This 1972 classic gothic chiller is an alltime old fave and one I grew up with. This movie used to come on late at night on weekends on the Scream Theatre horror movie marathon. Sam Elliot is absolutely HOT in here. HHmm..what a body. Looks GREAT in jeans (bulge and ass) and shirtless too(the hairy chest/navel). Yummy!! This movie also gives me the creeps at times with all the snakes, tarantulas, lizards, etc! Yuck!! The death scenes are both suspenseful and over the top..which adds wonderfully to the the movie. This is suppose to be an entertaining little horror flick about nature's "revenge" on humans. The cast was relatively strong( some more than others) for the most part and the movie is also filled with alot of handsome men, which I like. Good direction, thrills, good death scenes, creepy atmosphere, and wonderful scenery add nicely to the film. Good stuff!!

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As great movie posters go this film is amazing! Its a shame it featured no actual killer man eating frogs but idea the film did present was interesting enough.

I'm surprised by the hate here. I wouldn't call this a brilliant film but I do find it kind of charming.
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Bought this for 5 bucks a month for 2 ago, remember seeing it as a kid and thought what the hell why not.
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1.Alien 1979 - Ridley Scott
2.Night of the Demons 1987 - Kevin Tenney
3.You're Next 2013 - Adam Wingard
4.Demons 1985 - Lamberto Bava
5.Black Christmas 1974 - Bob Clark

6.Mystics in Bali 1981 - H. Tjut Djalil
7.Demon Knight 1995 - Ernest R. Dickerson

8.The Sentinel 1977 - Michael Winner
9.Silent Night Deadly Night 1984 - Charles E.Sellier Jr

10.Galaxy of Terror 1981 - Bruce D.Clark
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What do u think of it now?
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All the hate on here for this film blows my mind. Such a fun way to kill 90 minutes. I even have a shirt of it!
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All the hate on here for this film blows my mind. Such a fun way to kill 90 minutes. I even have a shirt of it!
I remember seeing this bad boy on sci fi channel years ago. Such a fun time.
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I haven't got around to re-watching it yet, I'm pretty sure I will still like it.
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