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Old 09-09-2012, 01:38 AM   #121
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^that sums to it very well HorrorMovieFan and i agree with your rating

the irving wallace character continues to fascinate me even after countless times seeing this one
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Old 09-15-2012, 01:33 AM   #122
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^that sums to it very well HorrorMovieFan and i agree with your rating

the irving wallace character continues to fascinate me even after countless times seeing this one
Thanx!!
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This was a good Slasher, nice use of colors, and some inventive stuff.


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"Stage Fright"....One of the greatest slasher/horror films. 1st time director Michele Soavi did a fantastic job. Alot of the death scenes are shocking and brutal. A pick-axe to the face/mouth, a body torn apart, a decapitation, body drilling, etc!! Lots of blood and suspense. I absolutely love this movie and watch it at least 2 or 3 times a year. The cast is pretty good for the most part,especially the 2 main leads David Brandon and Barbara Cupisti. Suspenseful atmosphere, top notch directing, suspense, blood, some gore, and good music score make Stage Fright a terrific hit!!

9/10
love the part where that girl gets torn apart. also the beheading is awesome.

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"Stage Fright"....One of the greatest slasher/horror films. 1st time director Michele Soavi did a fantastic job. Alot of the death scenes are shocking and brutal. A pick-axe to the face/mouth, a body torn apart, a decapitation, body drilling, etc!! Lots of blood and suspense. I absolutely love this movie and watch it at least 2 or 3 times a year. The cast is pretty good for the most part,especially the 2 main leads David Brandon and Barbara Cupisti. Suspenseful atmosphere, top notch directing, suspense, blood, some gore, and good music score make Stage Fright a terrific hit!!

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i was going to type up a long fucking post on this but i am too fucked up and lazy so i will quote this as it pretty much says it all what i wanted to say about it

i would add though the movies second half is quite thrilling i'm not knocking its first its great but i was far more engaged in it the second

and the irving wallace character is a real hoot i mean pleasure to watch as a horror fan
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Old 11-18-2012, 05:15 AM   #125
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I've only seen it once but really liked it. The scene where he's chilling while all the feathers float down looked awesome. Got it on DVD so will give it a re-watch sometime soon.
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i was going to type up a long fucking post on this but i am too fucked up and lazy so i will quote this as it pretty much says it all what i wanted to say about it

i would add though the movies second half is quite thrilling i'm not knocking its first its great but i was far more engaged in it the second

and the irving wallace character is a real hoot i mean pleasure to watch as a horror fan


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I've only seen it once but really liked it. The scene where he's chilling while all the feathers float down looked awesome. Got it on DVD so will give it a re-watch sometime soon.
The Anchorbay dvd release? If so, I think they did a great job on the transfer.
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