Favorite horror spoof?

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  1. jae

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    I caught a couple of reviews for <COUGH COUGH> the Bare Wench Project and the Erotic Witch Project and have to say, they sound pretty cool.. [​IMG] Not only do they incorporate healthy amounts of sex but they're also supposedly really funny spoofs on Blair Witch Project..

    Anyone have any favorites?
     
  2. mutleyhyde

    mutleyhyde Fuck it.

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    Young Frankenstein


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  3. Chucky P

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  4. fishhead

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    Well, I'm going to have to be the fearless soul and say....

    Scary Movie!

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  5. how many sex scenes are in erotic witch project? are they long? what average length?

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    If SCRAY MOVIE can rake the cash in, how come Paramount can't release STUDENT BODIES??? [​IMG]
     
  7. jae

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    Young Frankenstein is great.. Thats probably the only one I own.. Vampire Happening looks pretty good too. It seems like a Fearless Vampire Killers for the late 70's era Hammer movies with more sex.. I've rented it, should be here in a few days. Looks good despite bad reviews.
     
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    What about Saturday the 14th?
     
  9. jeffschmidt

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    Back in college me & my roomies rented Bare Wench off the satellite; man that was weak! The only way we got through it was by drinking beer & playing Magic: The Gathering during the whole movie.

    The chicks are pretty hot, though & in the outtakes under the credits there's this scene with one simple line & this bimbo has to do it about a hundred times to get it right; that was probably my favorite part [​IMG]

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  10. Jamm

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    I have to agree with Alan Smithee on Saturday the 14th. Pandemonium was also good. I haven't seen either of these movies in years.

    As far as Blair Witch spoofs, I haven't seen Bare Wench or Erotic Witch, but I have seen The Bogus Witch Project, and "Da Hip Hop Witch" (I actually own both pieces of trash). Bogus Witch was mildly funny at times, but Da Hip Hop Witch is just plain dumb! Thankfully, both were free.

    I also thought Scary Movie was good, but I though Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday The 13th had much better writing For a made for TV movie, this was really good.
     
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    I'm going to have to go with a more obscure title to list as my fave.I have a copy of a spoof entitled "There's Nothing Out There" it's a well made horror spoof about a group of vacationing teenagers going for a weekend in one of the teens parents summer cabin by the lake.Well in the group there's one teenager that claims to have seen every horror movie on video cassette.He's paranoid (and annoying)through the whole film and constantly warns the other people of danger.Well the killer in the film isn't a madman but a slimy martian,the spoofs and effects are really great and it's a shame it didn't ever get more credit,you should look for this one at your video store.My second favorite has got to be Bride of Chucky (sorry)

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  13. Gnaghi

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    has anybody heard about scary movie 2... i saw a listing for it on imdb... hopefully its true... of course id rather them redo kids that would be hilarious... marlon as telly... my friend already started writing a spoof of it... drugs can do weird things to a person... like make them start screenplays in the middle of the night.
     
  14. The Chaostar

    The Chaostar Johnny Hallyday forever

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    Young Frankenstein

    The only parody that truly respects the film it's based on 100%. The exact oppossite of Scary Movie that is ...

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    The Fearless Vampire Killer
    HOW ON EARTH COULD YOU FORGET THIS ONE?
     
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  16. David666

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    Young Frankenstein was very good.
    Pandamonium was quite funny as well.
    Evil Dead 2 always seemed like a spoof of the first one to me, so I'd have to list that here.
    Saturday the 14th was ok.

    All the Blair Witch parodys suck. The only one I found to be mildly funny was the one that combines Wizard of Oz and Blair Witch. The worst would have to be Da Hip Hop Witch, it ranks right up there with Scary Movie as two of the all-time worst spoofs ever made. 5yo toilet humor doesn't appeal to me.

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  17. jae

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    I had hoped to check out Vampire Happening tonight but as usual with Netflix, the DVD got here broken in half and they can't ship another copy because its out of stock (do they only order 1 copy of these movies? Half my queue has been out for a month)

    Has anyone seen this and could maybe recommend it as worth buying? Again, it seems to be in the same vein as Fearless Vampire Killers but more of a spoof on the late 70s Hammer movies..
     
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    Dracula, Dead and Loving It had a few moments, alothough I wouldn't call it a classic by any means.


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  19. Mark Relford

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    Yes, The Fearless Vampire Killers is high on my list. Excellent performances, beautiful sets, gorgeous cinematography, and an atmospheric score are to be found in this neglected gem. Jack MacGowran and Roman Polanski are excellent as the bumbling vampire killers.
    Favorite scene: Polanski being pursued by The Count's gay son. (Funny shit!)

    I second Student Bodies! Paramount needs to get on the ball and release it on disc!



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  20. Mark Relford

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    ...and Blood Diner was an affectionate
    tribute/parody of Blood Feast. [​IMG]

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